December 03, 2018

“Disastrous weekend”: Trudeau gives $50M to a U.S. comedian — and Notley nationalizes the oil patch

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Premier Rachel Notley has just nationalized Alberta’s oil industry. Like she has wanted to do her whole life; like every socialist or communist dreams of doing. Even Pierre Trudeau’s National Energy Program didn’t do this.

Her plan is like the dairy cartel’s supply management, but for oil companies. Except it's even worse, because she is halting production of Alberta oil.

So Canada will keep on importing about the 80,000 barrels of Saudi oil every single day instead.

And what’s so gross is that Canada’s so-called Conservative politicians are supporting this!

Like Jason Kenney, because he’ll say or do anything to avoid media criticism.

As for Andrew Scheer — well, I really don’t even know what he said. I read his statement a few times and can't tell it he's for or against it.

Well, that’s news from the west. How about from party central, in Trudeau’s world?

He just finished set-setting down to the G-20 summit. So obviously he needs a day off. He is the laziest man on Parliament Hill. But he found the energy on the weekend to type this:

Hey @Trevornoah - thanks for everything you’re doing to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s legacy at the @GlblCtzn festival. Sorry I can’t be with you - but how about Canada pledges $50M to @EduCannotWait to support education for women & girls around the world? Work for you? Let’s do it.

For those of you who don’t know, Trevor Noah is a South African-born comedian who now has a late-night show in the U.S.

According to the latest TV ratings, in the entire United States, just 240,000 people watched it. So, it’s like a small YouTube channel.

But Trudeau just said — Hey there! How about 50 million dollars! From Canadian taxpayers! If I tweet this to you, will you “like” it and “retweet” it, and invite me on your show?

Veterans are “asking for more than we can give”, Trudeau says. Albertans can go pound sand. The Oshawa GM plant is closing.

But Trudeau, in a tweet, throws fifty million dollars at some lame U.S. B-list comedian.

That’s Canada in 2018 — leftists nationalizing the oil patch; conservatives refusing to fight them; and a man-child prime minister jet-setting around the world, throwing millions of dollars at celebrities.

2019 isn’t going to be any better...

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commented 2018-12-04 14:28:58 -0500
Dirk Kanis-
The quote used was supposed to be an insult to the judgement and will of the leader’s in gov’t.
They’re basically being summed as “whores” in the compared quote.
commented 2018-12-04 14:08:42 -0500
It was Kenny’s idea first. Nutley took the ball and ran with it. Personally I think its a good idea if it’s only temporary. Trudeau pledging money for the uppity peoples, using other peoples money, to look good or just to feel good, so then I, the son of a P.E.T. and one of great privilege—Say to the ratepayers of this great country of Canada, over which I rule,—Screw the Middle Class, for they are the least deserving.
commented 2018-12-04 14:05:26 -0500
For gawd sake ndp. It is way past a motion already. It never was a motion. It is a signed promise by the Canadian government to write laws to act out the UN directives. The UN cannot write Canadian laws, only our government can do that. That is why they say at this point that it is non binding because until the government of Canada passes the laws to accommodate the UN directives it won’t be binding. When Justin gets his laws passed it will then be a part of Canadian law, that will be the final kiss of death. Do you understand now?

It will start off as a bill which is voted on in the House, sent to committees, sent to the Senate and then getting the Royal stamp will be UN directed Canadian law. Do you think Justin is not going to give the thing legs? This is no small thing and must be countered by the opposition when Justin tries to finalize it. Justin has basically already promised, As Ezra points out the signing ceremony is just that a ceremony. No time to waste with effective counter.
commented 2018-12-04 13:43:09 -0500
The UN Migration Compact is not legislation. If anything it will be a motion. Trudeau has a majority and is a dictator. When are people going to start realizing the CPC does not have any real power. I see the same type of argument about Kenney and people demand that Kenney stop Notley. The only reason that Kenney convinced oil producers to reduce output is because the producers themselves can make that decision. Notley is just being reactive because she still has some of her followers convinced she is pro oil and pro pipelines. Geez when are people going to wake up to reality.
commented 2018-12-04 13:26:44 -0500
Hey William Kay, my comment is as scientific as yours. You should watch Avi’s vid on climate change demo.
commented 2018-12-04 13:25:18 -0500
" Rempell submitted a request that the UN Migration Pact be studied so that the issue would be sent to Committee and there would be recorded discussions of any and all issues such as the rights of illegal border crossers."

That’s good, NDP, and she needs to do it again when Justin tries to pass legislation, and she needs to make sure the CPC vote against those proposed laws; as in order to pass, there will need to be consensus between the two sides of the House, a vote. Then it goes to the Senate, where they do their due diligence and when there is consensus in both houses it needs Royal Assent. There are many steps to actual law. Are they going to vote against this at every opportunity on every point or not. Then when that is safely out of the way, start taking steps to close the border and smarten up the asylum rules. First things first.
I can’t comment on whether Kenney is doing the right thing or not , I don’t know if it will make much difference, but Alberta needs him, as Notely’s time is up.
commented 2018-12-04 13:18:04 -0500
- Notley is going to do as much damage as she can on the way out on behalf of the foreign backers of environmental groups that control her. As far as the “opposition” is concerned – if you’re afraid to speak out because of what the mainstream media might say you’re basically working for the Liberals now. Trevor Noah is a joke, not a comedian. The Liberals are defending the $50 million taxpayer giveaway as having been planned weeks ago – which actually makes it worse (though clearly an attempt at damage control).

- Trudeau talks of “Rebel Media conspiracy theory” – anyone can read through this mess for themselves. Like his fellow leftists Trudeau depends heavily on peoples ignorance. In Europe we’re starting to see what happens as this invasion goes on for a while. Governments tax the hell out of the people to pay for all the “free stuff” they give them & eventually you get riots like in Paris.
commented 2018-12-04 13:12:26 -0500
William Kay, posted, “Your statement “no one cares” is unscientific. Voters care about politicians’ sexual orientation – big time.”

Not me or anyone else I know. As long as it doesn’t direct their politics its nobody’s business or concern. Not interested. Ontario’s lesbian witch rubbed it it everyone’s face and infected our schools with SOGI , so in that case it mattered, because she led with it. Still does, in her demoted capacity. I would rather have a gay man in power than a gay woman as a rule( for many reasons), but I think Kelly Leitch could have done the job with out it interfering with her politics or her job.
Yes Dan, we are in moocho trouble.
commented 2018-12-04 13:04:09 -0500
Karen Macleod, sorry but you lost me
commented 2018-12-04 12:59:16 -0500
IF there’s another federal election and IF the Liberals don’t cheat to win again, and IF there are any actual conservatives out there to run as Conservatives, then after a conservative party takes the election, there should be none of that forgiveness and reconciliation BS!
We the people – through a proxy – need to go after these criminal traitors and prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law…and then some!
But that still leaves the bigger problem of our corrupt system of politics that facilitates sociopaths and psychopaths, co opting our country’s governance and destroying us from within…not to mention all those useful idiots who support the treasonous, criminal swine…what to do about that and them?
I believe that too many are NOT fixable at this point – given the depth of the indoctrination and programming…
I think we stand a pretty good chance of being force-marched down that road to Totalitarian Global Fascism!
commented 2018-12-04 12:53:26 -0500
William Kay. Here is a copy of a statement from Jason Kenney’s facebook account regarding oil production.

The situation we find ourselves in today is the direct result of the failure to build pipelines in recent years – including the cancellation of multiple viable pipeline projects by the Trudeau Liberals.

It’s truly outrageous that our province has been brought to the point where such a grave decision to temporary reduce oil production must even be considered. But extraordinary action was required to protect jobs today.

We made clear that the protection of jobs must be paramount. I appreciate that in this instance, the government was willing to listen advice from the UCP, as well industry and experts. With 180,000 Albertans out of work and financial and economic catastrophe on the horizon as the result of the oil price differential, action needed to be taken.

We support this as an extraordinary, temporary measure and sincerely hope that it does not need to be used long.

As you can see Kenney is aligned with oil producers and Notley is being reactive for her own reasons. Your statement that the major producers have openly denounced the Kenney/Notley cuts is simply more bs. Kenney also contacted UCP supporters and asked their opinion on this issue. It was a two question survey on how the industry should proceed. Why don’t you get your act together and start by realizing who the enemy is and not worry about Jason Kenney’s personal life.
commented 2018-12-04 12:41:53 -0500
Liza. Rempell submitted a request that the UN Migration Pact be studied so that the issue would be sent to Committee and there would be recorded discussions of any and all issues such as the rights of illegal border crossers. Dictator Justin does not have to entertain such requests. That’s why he is a dictator.
commented 2018-12-04 12:24:49 -0500
NDP Sucks….I am still laughing at you of all people calling Vaughn a Maniac. I had thought earlier that Vaughn might be your real name.
commented 2018-12-04 12:16:51 -0500
Dear NDP Sucks:
For the record, I am a non-drug using, non-drinking straight-edge who hasn’t had a beer in 25 years. Glad you asked.
For Kenney’s pressure tactic on BC to have worked it would have required substantial curtailments of a pipeline that ships 500,000 b/p/d. This would have meant substantial production cuts in Alberta – his true motive.
Your statement that Kenney built a consensus among oil producers is manifestly false. The major producers have openly denounced the Kenney/Notley cuts.
(For evidence of O.B.V. J.K.‘s homosexuality see below.)
Dear Liza:
Your statement “no one cares” is unscientific. Voters care about politicians’ sexual orientation – big time. Kenney would have had no career had he been honest with his constituents many of whom are Christian social conservatives opposed to the gay agenda. My earlier comment was about Our Blessed Virgin being blackmailed and controlled by Big Green – i.e. it was about policy.
(Or google youtube Jason Kenney Alberta’s First Gay Premier – needs a sequel I know)
commented 2018-12-04 12:04:05 -0500
Rempel actually says she wants to get him to “pull out” of the agreement. Sounds good. Lets see some actual counter. Tempus Fugit !
commented 2018-12-04 12:00:04 -0500
In that vid NDP posted Rempel asks Trudeau to take out the part about border erasure, asks if he will not sign us up to this Compact. That’s good. She explains about the dangers of the UN directives and how they can become actual legislation in Canada. That’s good. Does the opposition have voting rights on any proposed laws Justin can come up with or not? That’s what I want to hear her talk about. Isn’t that why we have an opposition or does a majority government mean dictatorship?
commented 2018-12-04 11:46:18 -0500
The laws will have a clause in them to make them all compliant to the UN’s fluid wishes. It’s suicide anyway you slice it. There is no half preggers. The CPC can’t think they are going to ask for amendments that are going to stop Justin from giving our sovereignty over to global governance. They will be laughed at. NO TIME FOR STUDIES.
commented 2018-12-04 11:42:26 -0500
NDP SUCKS said, “The big concern now is that there could be a legal loophole with this plan that judges can use in favour of illegal migrants after the UN plan is signed by Justin. This involves international customary law with the source being UN Directives”

When signed it means Justin has promised to make Canadian law to make those UN directives mandatory in our county and imposed on our people. The CPC as opposition had better make darn good and sure that they block the liberals anyway they can to combat him doing that and if they are doing any less they are not doing their job. What’s to study, we already know. There aren’t any loop holes. The UN has laid it out in plain English. No study needed. The creation of any laws must be countered. The Compact must be ignored. Period. Even after signing we are under no obligation. It is only legally binding when Justin changes the laws. The job of Michelle Rempel is to get Scheer to STOP HIM.
commented 2018-12-04 11:30:27 -0500
William Kay that was some personal slam you just delivered on Kenney’s personal life. Nobody cares if he is or he isn’t. What’s the matter with you. Keep it to politics.
commented 2018-12-04 11:26:03 -0500
“In 2017, Tory MPs voted in favour of Canada implementing the Paris climate accord. Scheer has PLEDGED TO MEET THOSE TARGETS without forcing a carbon tax on Canadians.”
“Additionally, Scheer – and other pro Canadian-energy leaders – should be focusing attention on how Canada’s energy industry has the best environmental record on earth while fighting back against the lies of the eco-radicals.”
Re: Global Migration Compact,
“Rempell is going to do some more research on this issue.”
Rempel is always doing more research and the CPC is always asking for more study. If Maxime Bernier hadn’t been pressing the issue they wouldn’t be doing that.

Rempel is blocking literally everyone who asks her a hard question. Frank Vaughan is exactly the kind of ’raving maniac ’ I want on my side and in opposition. He is going to be running as a candidate for the PPC.

You are a very rude man NDP SUCKS.
commented 2018-12-04 11:23:58 -0500
Justin Trudeau saves a boat full of drowning kittens.

Calgary Herald: Calgarians Upset That Trudeau Ignores Alberta Kittens

Edmonton Journal: Justin Trudeau Hates Puppies

Calgary Sun: PM Selfie Fakes Kitten Rescue

Rebel Media: We Need An Alibi
commented 2018-12-04 11:22:25 -0500
William Kay are you a drug induced homophobic rumour monger? If you have some real dirt on Kenney then spit it out instead of your little hissy fit venting routine. When Kenney proposed that oil shipments to BC be reduced what he meant was that since Vancouver gets 40% of their oil from Edmonton then maybe they needed a wake up call. This was not a massive production cut as you have stated but merely turning the tap off for a couple of weeks. Stop spreading your brand of bullshit, go get your head checked, and lay off the meds/cheap drugs for a few days.
commented 2018-12-04 10:44:02 -0500
Peter. It was Kenney’s original idea to reduce oil production. He spoke with several of the biggest producers and reached a consensus. Historically, reducing production usually means the price will increase and there is currently no space for storage as the tanks are full with 35 million barrels. Demand is still increasing world wide. The smaller production companies were exempt from the reduction. The fact that Notley agreed to this idea means to me that she is either desperate to do something to win the election or she wants to sink Alberta further into debt with the purchase of these rail cars. I can only imagine how Notley will screw this up such as buying older cars that are nearing the end of their life span.

Liza. I have told you before but you continue to publish bullshit on Scheer. His goal is fewer and cleaner emissions. He wants the emitters themselves to develop the technology with government incentives for research, development and testing. CPC are opposed to carbon taxation and this is stated in their policies on their web site. When are you going to get that fact into your head and stop with your stinking rotten lies? Don’t you recall that Harper also reduced emissions using the same strategy or are you totally losing your mind?

Rempell put out a video yesterday on the UN Migration Compact. The big concern now is that there could be a legal loophole with this plan that judges can use in favour of illegal migrants after the UN plan is signed by Justin. This involves international customary law with the source being UN Directives. In effect this loophole is making illegal immigrants global citizens with rights. Rempell is going to do some more research on this issue.

Once again you are deflecting in favour of Trudeau. How many times do you need to be told Trudeau has a majority government and can do what he wants. How many times before it sinks into your grey matter?

BTW, I have seen videos of Frank Vaughan. The guy is a maniac. He ranted and raved at Rempell on twitter so she blocked him. So Frank goes on another raving lunatic spiel about that too. Vaughan is a low level player who does have a following of low information groupies who like his style of agitation.
commented 2018-12-04 10:39:58 -0500
For 20 years Our Blessed Virgin Jason Kenney resided in Ottawa as MP for a socially conservative Calgary riding he seldom visited. In Ottawa he lived an OPEN homosexual lifestyle. Ottawa media mavens accumulated a mountain of dirt on Kenney – his trysts, his booze-fueled late-night regrettables etc. They could destroy his career in a fortnight. Big Green’s been-counters want real oil production cuts, not promises. During the spat with BC over Transmountain, Kenney was out in front calling for punitive reductions in oil shipments to BC which would have meant massive production cuts. During the current “crisis” Kenney was out in front of Notley calling for LARGER production cuts. Our Blessed Virgin Jason Kenney – Property of the Ottawa Media Party!
commented 2018-12-04 09:45:16 -0500
Scheer may have said no carbon tax but he is still planning on meeting the Paris Accord emissions levels, which will still be crippling. What other part of the economy will be hobbled to do it?.The party is still co operating with the UN globalist/internationalists if they stay with the Paris Accord ‘promise’. No party needs another revenue stream, carbon tax or other vehicle to replace it, just to be spent by Justin in every country but our own. We are being raped.

Even though Rempel is sounding slightly stronger against the Global Migration Compact, they will probably end up asking for amendments they won’t get, and tell the Canadian people they are “working for you in Ottawa” as Rempel always says. God knows she can talk a good game. She is Scheer’s best asset. Results are no where to be seen though.
commented 2018-12-04 09:43:04 -0500
One should always be wary of a government that imposes “temporary” measures, they have a nasty habit of becoming permanent just like the temporary imposition of income tax during the First World War.
If Scheer wants to win the next election, it is not enough to simply stand by and let our hapless PM shoot himself in the foot, he must offer Canadian a clear and positive alternate vision for Canada. Jr. is a sitting duck ripe for defeat but Scheer is failing to seize the day.
commented 2018-12-04 09:20:51 -0500
“I suggest oil cars East to help Alberta move oil to refineries.”
Harley, except their aren’t any. They are full of grain. There has been bitching about that for years.
commented 2018-12-04 08:50:22 -0500
Our idiot in charge, the dumber than a rock Baby Doc Trudeau, can easily find $50 million to give to a virtue-signaller-in-kind, but can’t find any (ANY) funds for our veterans because, well, we have no money.

Since publicly telling a veteran that there is no money to give, King Trudeau has given $45 million to the Clinton Foundation, $41 million to Afghanistan to pay its veterans, financing India’s public housing initiative to the tune of $2 billion, and so on. Meanwhile, while giving away all this money, we are borrowing more and more internationally for Liberal schemes and Liberal foreign gifts. If only we had the “small” $10 billion deficits our brain trust Trudeau promised we would have for three years. Isn’t the total approaching $100 billion quicker than we would hope?

Trudeau inherited his mother’s brains and Fidel’s looks and politics. Get the sense of doom?

The NDP in Alberta hopefully, has signed its death warrant with this little last gasp effort to further kill off the oil patch. Jason Kenney, much like Andrew Scheer, is proving himself to be a weathervane politician, just turning to whatever direction the media winds point him.