February 06, 2018

Notley pretends to play hardball with “comrades” in BC NDP over pipeline holdup

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

 

BC NDP Premier John Horgan just announced his government is going to block any increases to diluted bitumen shipments off the coast of BC.

And that spells big trouble for Alberta's embattled and long delayed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Edmonton to the BC coast.

Alberta's Premier Rachel Notley is talking big and acting outraged over this latest unconstitutional act by BC, even saying she’ll reconsider buying electricity from BC's Site-C hydroelectric dam as retaliation for the pipeline hold up.

But is she really serious? Are the NDP in Alberta really shocked and angry at what their fellow travellers in BC are doing?

Watch my video as I explain how Notley’s new found affection for pipelines is all for show.

It only works if Albertans are hard of remembering.

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commented 2018-02-08 02:19:08 -0500
Indeed Dale Warren… To again and again quote Santayana: – Those that forget history are destined to repeat it… Which sums up, in spades, the mentality of the socialist/greenies – they have an inbred – genetic? – aversion to learn from their mistakes, over and over and over again…
commented 2018-02-07 16:03:34 -0500
Horgan is a clown show . . . as is the Nutley Regime . . . as is the Trudope Govt . . .
the World is laughing Canada ! Greenie Prof. Weaver, late of the IPCC and U Vic, wants no pipeline or oil in BC . . . his 3 seats prop up the marxist NDP in BC.

Canada now gets under $40 for a barrel of western oil . . . future of Canada = decline !

Have watched the NDP destroy BC twice in the last 40 years . . . it WILL happen again !
commented 2018-02-07 14:50:16 -0500
Harley all that money Saudis are getting from us comes back to bite us on the ass . This is how they spread their wonderful religion (cult) across our country . Funny how Trudeau doesn’t lecture the Saudis for not taking in migrants . Wonder why ?
The 3 stooges and their BC side kick have got to go now .
commented 2018-02-07 14:23:11 -0500
Oh Oh! All vacationing Albertans soon to be turned back at B.C. border.
commented 2018-02-07 12:40:35 -0500
Andrew Mirlach
I agree 100% the only thing stopping Canada from being oil self sufficient is turdo and his Saudi friends.
We import 800,000 barrels a day sending them billions of dollars. turdo is trying to tell everyone shipping oil half way round the world by tanker is less of a carbon foot print. We need both pipe lines and refineries built here for the Canadian people. Our oil should not stop at the Manitoba border.
This would create tens if not hundreds of thousands of jobs and spin off industries.
commented 2018-02-07 12:38:48 -0500
Most of the wineries and vine yards are leftard thinking and supporting, they are going to start pressuring the dippers , the dippers will eventually start fighting , maybe a vote of non confidence , they only hold one seat advantage
commented 2018-02-07 12:33:51 -0500
GOOD POINTS SHEILA.
This is also turning into the war of wine and roses : Wild roses .
I say kick out NDP next cycle , claw three or four more pipelines to the American boarder , then slowly turn off the oil flow of existing trans Canada since the 50s into bc
commented 2018-02-07 11:19:54 -0500
Draw a straight line between Ft Mac and Churchill Manitoba. Where there is a perfectly good deep water port screaming for business. The distance is shorter than going east or west and it crosses friendly territory. “As of 2008, the port had four deep-sea berths capable of handling Panamax-size vessels for the loading and unloading of grain, bulk commodities, general cargo, and tanker vessels.45 The port is connected to the Hudson Bay Railway, a subsidiary of OmniTRAX. Further connections are made with the Canadian National Railway system. It was the only port of its size and scope in Canada that did not connect directly to the country’s road system; all goods shipped overland to and from the port must travel by rail.” Or…cough, cough Pipelines? “Canada is the world’s fourth-largest oil exporter, and the Port of Churchill has an oil-handling system. The port’s owner has proposed a $2 million upgrade to this system, which would give additional competitive advantage to Canada’s oil export industry.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_of_Churchill When are we going to give up trying to placate the unreasonable demands of delusional leftards in this country and get it done?
commented 2018-02-07 09:07:14 -0500
When the tide turns, and it looks like it will, the Libs and NDP will be out of power for decades to come.
commented 2018-02-07 03:19:59 -0500
Dump on then “flush Notley”
And may she achieve happiness through Allah… May piss be upon her for now and ever more.
commented 2018-02-07 03:08:23 -0500
I, for one, welcome this “theatre of the absurd” being played out in the coming weeks and months… Nothing like a little open debate to flush these gamesters into stating what they really believe… Seems that Flush Notley may have been provoked into taking a stance which goes against her grain but has to make some kind of a “stand” to preserve any semblance of support… No sympathy from me; you reap what you sow sooner or later… Ironic that Flush Notely’s formative years were in British Columbia…
commented 2018-02-07 01:45:57 -0500
OMG do these commie clowns actually think we believe their BS?
commented 2018-02-06 21:59:27 -0500
Having approved completion of the Site C Dam, Horgan is scrambling to find a way to placate the Greens, b/c without their support he will no longer be premier. I have to say, it’s rather amusing to watch two Dippers squaring off. I hope they eat each other.
commented 2018-02-06 20:56:56 -0500
It’s funny how Justin will dictate to the provinces to get what he wants so if she doesn’t say anything to BC over the pipeline issue that is what she wants.!! Notley on the other hand is just virtue signalling… Everything is going according to plan.
commented 2018-02-06 20:21:07 -0500
As of today, the news is BC won’t be permitted to ship BC wine to Alberta.

Nutley is getting real mad. Apparently.
The unintended consequences are Alberta businesses that purchase brands of BC wine will have to source other product. Possibly increasing their costs and reducing selection.

My opinion she’s trying to draw Trudope out of his hole forcing him to make a gd decision.

All these three nuts have backed themselves into a hole. Notley, Trudeau and Horgan. It’s quite comical watching them perform (or not) actually.
Notley protested pipelines and oil sands before becoming Premier. Trudope bragged about granting social license to Notley because she imposed an NDP carbon tax. Trudope bragged about
granting permmission while his predecessor was unable. Trudope is dropping in the polls and he just might need the BC vote. Horgan is in bed so deep with the Greens and he must retain their votes to remain Premier of BC.

BTW. Where is sock boy? He is avoiding answering questions in QP and it sounds like the ‘peoplekind’ PM is not planning to be in Parliament through the end of this week.

Maybe he is strategizing how he’s going to handle the next #MeToo on Parliament Hill?
commented 2018-02-06 20:12:39 -0500
Notley is just paying up her life insurance. When we see Middle Eastern Oil Tankers sailing along the Trans Canada Highway, we will no that she has paid in full.
commented 2018-02-06 19:56:22 -0500
The Liberals & NDP – killing Canada one pipeline at a time.
commented 2018-02-06 19:42:05 -0500
… Nothing more shallow than a “commitment” from the Left.
… They are like hysterical children, running here and there, the promises of one day forgotten the next.
commented 2018-02-06 19:03:40 -0500
Jerry, I can think of a better place for them. That would be out of the legislature all together. Goose steping Socialists have no place in our society.
commented 2018-02-06 18:53:33 -0500
Sheila, what about the trial.
commented 2018-02-06 18:22:18 -0500
All these leftist lunatics, whether NDP or Liberal are bound and determined to kill the oil industry in Canada. There is only one answer: kick them all out of power, starting with Alberta. Jason Kenney is our only hope for getting serious with that flaky Trudeau in Ottawa and salvaging what’s left of the industry. The only reason Rachael Notley is even pretending to care is because the polls put the NDP back to permanent opposition status where they belong. Bring on the next election!