The NDP has finally fired anti-oil activist, Tzeporah Berman, but not before she took off with $23K of your taxpayer money to fight against Alberta’s best interests.
It seems convenient now that the BC election is over and the NDP and Greens— parties these activists campaigned for— are fighting against the TransMountain pipeline, Berman is leaving Alberta.
I showed you how Berman was collaborating with Alberta government ministries to introduce her eco-activist friends to higher-ups, including the Minister of Environment, Shannon Phillips.
Now I’ll show you how she introduced another green initiative to the government - Alberta Ecotrust.
Many of these eco-initiatives are similar, but this one appears to redistribute government funds using unethical tactics like those used by the Tides Foundation where they essentially greenwash money and redistribute it to environmental groups.
Those groups then go on to advance the pet causes of wealthy fake philanthropists like George Soros, except in this case, it would be taxpayer money, even that of unemployed Albertans, that’s being used to kneecap their own industry.
I emailed and called Alberta Ecotrust for a follow up on this issue, but they ignored me. Remember, Berman is a professional activist and she started cutting deals with big companies on environmental issues years ago at ForestEthics, an environmental group purportedly formed to protect forests who have accepted a lot of grant money from Tides.
The NDP say they support pipelines and the oil sands, but they have people like Berman that openly hate the industry doing their dirty work - like going to BC to campaign against Alberta’s interests and connecting their eco-crazy pals with the government.
Berman says oil is corroding our democracy, but what does that even mean?
If anything it’s those like Berman, who will stop at nothing to get what she wants using our money to make unethical deals, that are compromising our democracy.