July 06, 2017

Meet Geoff Meggs, BC's new Chief Destroyer

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

With a change in government and the BC NDP’s John Horgan currently Premier designate, it’s time to introduce you to BC’s own "Destroyers." 

As he prepares to lead this NDP-Green Frankenstein government, Horgan is set to hire many of his own destroyers, if his new Chief of Staff is any indicator.

Meet Geoff Meggs. He’ll be serving as John Horgan’s Chief of Staff.

Meggs is currently part of the B-team of destroyers down at Vancouver City Hall where he serves on Council for Vision Vancouver.

He has plenty of experience destroying this province, since he was part of the NDP team that ruled during the decade of darkness that was the 1990s.

Watch as I go through his history with disgraced former Premier Glen Clark, and his more dubious history as a member of the Communist Party during the 1980s.

On his personal blog, he has expressed his desire to see a vehicle levy to raise money on top of the carbon tax, and he also believes in making Vancouver (and likely all of BC) a sanctuary jurisdiction.

Meggs' record in office is one of bike lanes everywhere, out of control traffic, the insane cost of living and leading the charge to ban round doorknobs on new construction, in the name of accessibility!

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commented 2017-07-07 09:37:46 -0400
Someone should audit the governor general’s bank accounts, and assets!
commented 2017-07-07 09:31:24 -0400
“Drew Wakariuk commented 11 hours ago
Remember when the left was aghast at the possibility of a coalition government when it involved Harper , suddenly when it did not, they were fine with it.”

That never happened. The Libs/NDP were plotting to form a coalition, and Harper prorogued to head it off.

“Maurice Potvin commented 16 hours ago
Let’s just hope and pray that this new government coalition falls quickly. The governor general should have dissolved parliament when Christie Clark requested it. John Horgan does NOT have a mandate from the people, and she (the governor general) had no right to force him on us. In my opinion that was not only undemocratic, but also highly unethical. "

A coalition is within the parameters of the parliamentary system. An NDP minority backstopped by the Greens actually does represent the majority of voters, by a broad margin. What would another election achieve? What if that one ends up with the same result, which is quite plausible? Do it a third time, and see whose supporters get fatigued faster?
commented 2017-07-06 22:37:36 -0400
Just strike on these greedy commies when they start shaking down average folks – genera strike, withhold taxes, hide your assets and go on vacation till the system atrophies – jam the gears of the kleptocratic machine.
commented 2017-07-06 22:31:16 -0400
Remember when the left was aghast at the possibility of a coalition government when it involved Harper , suddenly when it did not, they were fine with it.
commented 2017-07-06 20:40:27 -0400
I think it’s important to remind ever lefty on every possible occasion that the NDP was not elected.. the majority of people did not vote for them and they only acquired power through a backroom deal… also playing a role in their ascent into power was the largest political donation in BC history (from a US trade union).
commented 2017-07-06 20:11:59 -0400
Carole Masse, that doesn’t alter the fact that John Horgan didn’t get a mandate and the governor general undemocratically gave him one. It shouldn’t have happened.
commented 2017-07-06 20:04:41 -0400
So Horgan’s new Chief of Staff, Geoff Meggs, is a corrupt socialist. Sounds like impeccable credentials for someone serving in an NDP government.
commented 2017-07-06 19:28:17 -0400
And I’d add, the sooner, the better. Before we become a minority in a 3rd world country infested by islamists and chinese workers paid $2. /day.
commented 2017-07-06 19:25:16 -0400
Maurice Potvin, the leftist cancer has to grow a tumour in order for the patient to be cured. Otherwise, it is rampant, lasts years and years, and never gets diagnosed. Sorry but it’s my humble opinion. 39.5% of canadians voted Liberal, 20% NDP, we have leftist gov’ts in most provinces. Canadians need to see, I guess, what the left socialist poverty will bring them.
commented 2017-07-06 18:52:32 -0400
Damn, as an Albertan I was hoping Horrigan would be giving jobs to the mercenaries wrecking our province, not recycling past B/C mercenaries.
commented 2017-07-06 17:57:55 -0400
Carole Masse, that’s cold. I have to live here.
commented 2017-07-06 17:56:22 -0400
Let’s just hope and pray that this new government coalition falls quickly. The governor general should have dissolved parliament when Christie Clark requested it. John Horgan does NOT have a mandate from the people, and she (the governor general) had no right to force him on us. In my opinion that was not only undemocratic, but also highly unethical.
commented 2017-07-06 17:54:47 -0400
I don’t care anymore, the leftist voters can destroy BC as well, a sanctuary province? Well, let them enjoy their sanctuary of garbage, violence and murders, like Carlifornia.
commented 2017-07-06 17:44:44 -0400
THANKS WILLSON

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