April 13, 2019

Notley “dumped” failed NDP foreign-funded anti-oil activists on Alberta

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I discussed an unbelievable statement Alberta’s NDP Premier Rachel Notley made in an Edmonton Journal interview saying she was shocked to find that some anti-oilsands activists in Canada are funded by foreign interests.

Really?

How can Rachel Notley possibly be shocked by this when some of those foreign-funded lobbyists showed up in her own hand-picked oil sands advisory group and as Chiefs of Staff for NDP ministers?

Watch as I run through a short list of some of Notley’s “shocking” hires and remind you of her own history of anti-oil activism.

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commented 2019-04-15 09:40:46 -0400
Vivian Krause’s p recent article in the Financial Post, “Rachel Notley, the Rockefellers and Alberta’s landlocked oil”.
https://business.financialpost.com/opinion/vivian-krause-rachel-notley-the-rockefellers-and-albertas-landlocked-oil

For some time now, I recall that Ezra has been mentioning the Tar Sands Campaign led by the Rockefellers, etc. Now Krause appears on the scene and Conservatives are falling all over themselves in adulation for Krause.

Krause, “Until very recently, I was convinced that Premier Rachel Notley was sincere and committed to leading Canada into the global oil market”.
Seriously? Krause is supposed to have exercised great discernment and insight to uncover the foreign interference in Canada. How can someone so naive now be regarded to have such great discernment?

Krause, “By way of background, it bears mention that I have been working since July 2018 with Notley’s government to provide information and assist her team in taking the necessary steps to break the pipeline gridlock.” Working with Notley’s government?
commented 2019-04-14 14:59:27 -0400
Sorry, the name on the article is Vivian Krause: Rachel Notley, the Rockefellers and Alberta’s landlocked Oil..
commented 2019-04-14 12:16:11 -0400
Yes Robert.. one can only hope.!!!! But let’s not replace them with wolves in sheep‘s clothing.!!
commented 2019-04-14 08:44:27 -0400
The end of the Perfect Storm is nigh.
commented 2019-04-14 08:43:13 -0400
The Triple Crown, Wynne, Notley, then Trudeau all toast.
commented 2019-04-14 07:20:54 -0400 · Flag
So she did not know eh. Why were these people not arrested at the protests. A simple check of their ID would show they are not Canadian and did not have a work permit.
Why were the simplest questions not asked. Who paid your airfare or hotels etc.

How about ,where is the protest against the dumping of millions of liters of raw sewage into our pristine rivers.

I have been on construction sites where all the storm sewers are surrounded with filters (waddles).This is to prevent rain water run off of soil from silting up the river and smothering the fish eggs. Any soil found in the sewers would result in a stop work order and massive fines.
Trudeau your next.
commented 2019-04-14 07:05:25 -0400
Hi Andy
recommend beer, Alberta beer of any kind.
commented 2019-04-14 05:34:15 -0400
I there an Alberta “bubbly” that anyone would recommend??
commented 2019-04-14 04:41:43 -0400
If I understand correctly, Albertans have been voting in record numbers at the advance polls so the NDP cannot pull the “ran out of printed ballots” scam again on election night… But, that is not going to stop them from trying… I’m still trying to decide what kind of “bubbly” to buy to celebrate Tuesday night’s “FLUSHING”…