November 14, 2018

Alberta, Saskatchewan finally get an ally to build a pipeline. Guess who?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

I'll say it again:

Doug Ford is the best premier in Canada.

Check this Globe & Mail story out:

Ontario to target federal carbon tax, support pipeline construction, in fall fiscal update

Mr. Ford’s government is also set to issue a public declaration of support for pipeline projects, such as the revival of Energy East, in the province’s first fall economic statement this week, government sources told The Globe and Mail.

I'll give you the details, but in plain English:

Doug Ford will not object to any pipeline, and in fact he’s talking with other premiers about getting things going again.

I think it might be all for naught. Trudeau and Notley and their crews will not let a pipeline live.

But Trudeau won’t be prime minister forever...

Everyone thought the Keystone XL pipeline was dead — then Trump won. If Doug Ford supports the pipeline now, that might lie dormant for a while. But if in 2019, or more likely 2023, if Trudeau is kicked out, perhaps that pipeline could be built again.

Maybe. Hopefully.

Or maybe all the oil and gas companies will just be too busy drilling in Texas and Pennsylvania and North Dakota — where they’re actually wanted — to risk coming back to Canada, the only country in the world whose politicians are stupid enough to kill the goose that lays the golden egg...

NEXT: Allum Bokhari is the senior technology correspondent at Breitbart News, and an expert on Silicon Valley censorship. 

Tonight he joins me to explain why he thinks elections are the best way to fight this kind of censorship.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

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commented 2018-11-15 15:23:57 -0500
Can you imagine what Canada would look like with the kind of property rights they enjoy in the U.S. never mind just being able to get our nation owned oil to market! Canada has seen better days, and we will see better days again, but we will have to fight for them.
Ezra speaking of China, isn’t a surveillance government by nature a totalitarian one? They have personal social credit scores! The control of the masses is full on there. Canada won’t be far behind at this rate.
Can’t wait for the video footage of the panel on Capitol Hill.
commented 2018-11-15 11:18:48 -0500
On your interview with Allum Bokhari, and social network censoring…
I posted the message on THEREBEL, that Facebook sent me when I got another 30-Day FBJail sentence, the other day. It said my comment was “hate speech”! How is listing two facts and asking a question “hate speech”?
What people may not know is most Fake News organizations use Facebook to ‘organize’ their comments sections – if they even have one – and so when you’re in Facebook Jail, you CANNOT COMMENT on ALL of those MSM sites as well!
In fact since this latest 30 Day Facebook Jail sentence I can’t even get in to see most of those comments sections!
If you are a ‘too big to fail’ social network conglomeration, that has a veritable monopoly on the social network structure, that’s pretty much total censorship and moving perilously close to those prophecies in Revelation 13:17…
“…And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name…”
commented 2018-11-15 11:05:48 -0500
Thank you for your show!! Ezra.

Ever since Roman times the " Elites" have been afraid of the common people, or like Marx used to call them " The Lumpen Proletariat ". Here in Canada we are living in a Democracy in name only. This country was moved profoundly to the left when Old Trudeau, The Dilettante, introduced Multiculturalism which was the catalyst to a slow creep to erode our Constitution and water down our Justice System.
commented 2018-11-15 10:03:41 -0500
Now as far as a pipeline being built, it will never happen while we have left wing governments.

For as long as the left continually pound on their “Climate Change” bible stating in no uncertain terms that “the science is settled” and that the science proves that carbon dioxide is warming the planet, they will not even consider that there is another side to the argument.

It is this Global Warming lie that is what backs the “shut down all oil pipelines” bull.
commented 2018-11-15 09:53:35 -0500
When it comes to censorship on the Internet, whether it be news sites that shut off of censor comments to movie review sites that tip the voting scales on movies reviews, it all should be allowed.

I believe in a completely open “wild west” Internet.

As soon as any body/organization/government starts censoring and filtering content, the question must be asked, “By what standards will the Internet be regulated?”

The best is for people to filter their usage of the Internet by:
1) restricting your own browsing (smart browsing)
2) using tools such as family content filtering usually built into most home routers.
3) protect your own browsing by:
3a) using a VPN service (encrypting the traffic to and from your computer)
3b) using a full (purchase) subscription Antivirus package.
3c) keeping your operating system updated.
commented 2018-11-15 09:47:31 -0500
Better be a regime change in 2019 or there won’t be any Canada left to build a pipeline in…another Trudeau term will spell disaster…
commented 2018-11-15 08:26:14 -0500
Investigate Ratchel after shes turfed. Same for turdo.
these destroyers and treasonous sales of Canadian resources for nothing must and will come to an end.
1, close the boarders and hire 5000 to process those here. If their country or origin will not take them back ban all travel to Canada from those countries.
2 Canadians first lets spend a few billion on Canadian disabled, vet,s ,seniors and our people in need.
3 build at least three pipe lines. KM and one to Manitoba deep water port, one all the way across Canada. Build refineries in each province. Stop 80,000 barrels of oil a day being imported and billions in dollars and jobs leaving the country.
4 environment jobs for Canadians build some sewage treatment plants.
commented 2018-11-15 05:38:03 -0500
Meanwhile, in the real world, prices for natural gas in North America are skyrocketing due to very cold weather and low reserves. Canadian oil and gas companies, employees and investors as well as government royalty collectors will not participate in the bonanza because catastrophic man made global warming!
commented 2018-11-15 03:59:23 -0500
Jerry Raketti Money for nothing is right , it doe snot make economic sense and refined product has a shelf life. Notley is too ignorant to understand this.
commented 2018-11-15 02:09:36 -0500
In regards to internet censorship, the UN Global Compact for Migration (signing ceremony in December) has buried in it a requirement for “internet based information” be subject to “redress mechanisms” if it dares veer from the stated narrative (see Objective 17). Yup, the United Nations (not just China) is promoting control over the internet. Canada will be signing on while a growing number of countries are announcing their refusal to sign (including USA and most of Central Europe).
commented 2018-11-15 01:45:17 -0500
Good show Ezra,
Notley is wrong. Ownership of oil and gas transferred to oil companies when the government signed mineral leases. The resources show up on corporate balance sheets and they (not we) control and pay for how it is explored, produced, transported and sold. Sorry Rachel, (and perhaps Ezra) there is no ‘we’ when it comes to resources.

According to Rachael companies aren’t in the business of optimizing returns. Yeah right. If it made economic sense their products would be refined in Alberta. Fact is, It doesn’t.
Rachel will leave Alberta with three credit downgrades, massive debt and her prized possession – a Che Guevara watch.
Proof once again the NDP absolutely suck at governing.

Canada is a pimple compared to American energy resources. Americans understand the importance of cheap energy (80C.cents/litre) for a vibrant middle class. Lower manufacturing costs mean cheaper goods, affordable to more people generating more demand, jobs and a higher standard of living for the average Joe and Jane. Everyone’s boat rises. That’s why Trump without hesitation signed the executive orders to import oil.

Meanwhile Canada’s boat sinks, or at best spins in circles. Oh well, at least our captain is feminist.
commented 2018-11-15 00:25:56 -0500
What is this “Untreated Bitumen” Rachel Notley speaks about? Would she prefer to have separate pipelines for Gasoline, Diesel or other Aromatics, Jet Fuel etc.? Is it not more Practical to Upgrade & Dilute the Bitumen & Pipeline it to’ Refineries Worldwide?
commented 2018-11-14 23:20:07 -0500
You’re welcome. Thanks for being such a great wonder of the world
commented 2018-11-14 22:43:39 -0500
I distinctively remember that Sun News clip in Mr. Levants monologue today.

I was… Well… Put off guard by it.
This whole clash between the will of the people & the will of the elite is as old as time. It was popular in prehistory, the Roman era, mediaeval times etc. The end result was always a refreshed elite springing up from the ashes of the old aristocracy.
Democracy in its pure form is always the goose that lays the golden egg. Even if the mob rules.
commented 2018-11-14 21:38:16 -0500
Paul Mccullaugh….Here is the story on Blockchain, the after Google Technology.
Dr. Turley bets the future on it as you will own your own data, not Facebook or Twitter.
commented 2018-11-14 21:28:11 -0500
Hmmm, which politician in Canada is promising property rights, oh that’s right, Andrew Scheer. In fact he is the only one promising this.

Way to go Premier Ford, you can bet Premier Higgs in New Brunswick will join in. Lord knows we desperately need Energy East.
commented 2018-11-14 21:23:55 -0500
Space Moose…Pallister will join in the pipe-line crew; he has always been a straggler, maybe he is waiting for Trudeau to tell him that it’s OK.
commented 2018-11-14 21:22:59 -0500
I pretty much ignore Rotten Tomatoes. They are completely out of touch with people. I don’t trust news posts that block comments. This constant banning of sites & peoples by big tech must end or the internet will be ruined for everyone. There are people in the tech business who are fighting back in different ways. Though I don’t really understand the process involved, there is a move to use blockchain to bypass big tech control. There is also an interesting development by Tim Berners, inventor of the World Wide Web, to upend the World Wide Web. –
commented 2018-11-14 21:20:41 -0500
I don’t agree that censoring people’s opinions on movie and music review sites is less consequential than striping out the comment section on online news sites since popular culture is at the core of social values, values that shape our political leanings. I think that our ability to influence each other and push back on culture is vitally important.
commented 2018-11-14 20:53:36 -0500
Finally, some climate alarmists scientists admit they messed up.
About the polar bears that climate alarmists claim are practically extinct due to man made global warming, the Inuit say that there are so many bears they are a threat to public safety.
Citidiot climate alarmists deny this, they say the bears are being forced into inhabited areas. Who you going to believe the climate alarmists or the people being eaten by the bears?
commented 2018-11-14 20:46:14 -0500
Trudeau is a vanilla Obama. He gets himself elected, plays celebrity, undermines his nations interests & loses support at lower levels of government. Under Obama, the Democrats continually lost seats in congress & the senate & at the state level. One by one the provinces have been falling to governments that oppose Trudeau’s agenda. When the Liberals finally get turfed from Ottawa there will people in place ready to reverse their policies.
commented 2018-11-14 20:27:55 -0500
The anti-Oil party in Canada are KILLING Canada! This is ridiculous, people!
commented 2018-11-14 20:26:00 -0500
" … the only country [Canada] who’s politicians are stupid enough to kill the goose that lays the golden egg [oil extraction]."

Well, the “progressive” politicians, yes.
commented 2018-11-14 20:06:55 -0500
I was hoping that Brian Pallister would be on board for the pipeline.