June 20, 2017

NDP purge OSAG panel of high profile eco-activists — but look who remains

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator

Late last week, we finally heard what the Alberta NDP appointed Oil Sands Advisory Group has been up to, but the biggest news was that the NDP have fired eco-activists Tzeporah Berman and Karen Mahon.

The recommendations in the non-binding report include a lot of what we would expect from a panel made up of several anti-oil activists and big oil representatives who have their own interest in keeping smaller companies out of the industry.

Watch as I explain what was in the report and fill you in on who’s in and who’s out because it’s important that you not be fooled by this move.

Let’s face it, Tzeporah Berman and Karen Mahon were too high profile for the NDP not to get rid of. They were making too many waves by campaigning for the BC NDP during that province’s election and too many people were complaining.

They say this was a mutual decision, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the pair have jobs waiting with the BC NDP.

There, they can openly work against the TransMountain pipeline without the backlash from out of work Alberta taxpayers that were forced to pay them to fight against their interests.

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commented 2017-06-20 22:55:55 -0400
Thanks HOLLY, for these reports
commented 2017-06-20 18:01:53 -0400
Published on Jun 20, 2017
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer delivers an excellent common sense speech while totally exposing Trudeau’s BS and Liberal lies at Economic Club of Canada in Toronto. June 15, 2017

Excellent speech by Scheer. He talks about the carbon tax, pipelines, government subsidies and other disastrous policies Trudeau has implemented. He also uses humour throughout his talk.
commented 2017-06-20 17:55:43 -0400
One way the Non-Democratic Party government could save money for tax payers is to axe the entire Energy Ministry from the invisible minister down to the lowest bureaucratic minion. In this entire commission and the conclusions of its report, the Energy Ministry seems to have been entirely neglected and ignored so why bother having one? Normally, gas and oil is considered energy to be overseen by the energy ministry…go figure…but it is environment that gets the veto.

A new Rebel petition: To dissolve the Energy Ministry as being redundant and a waste of ax payer money.
commented 2017-06-20 16:34:22 -0400
Sorry about that huge link. Man, I’ve got to learn to stop trying to copy and paste pictures. If you can’t open it, it was simply two comparison shots of the contrast between the pristine, beautifully manicured landscape of a pipeline and horrible mess and garbage left behind by the pipeline protesters. If you’d like to see the picture and can’t open the link, email me at bigmoe60@hotmail.com and I’ll send you a copy.
commented 2017-06-20 15:45:41 -0400
This sounds like a crooked industry, a very twisted government and the citizens will have to pick up the tab!
The rest of the activists should be removed from their posts ASAP!
commented 2017-06-20 14:37:22 -0400