April 15, 2018

MAJOR RALLY THIS WEEKEND: No pipeline? Fine, then no carbon tax! - Repeal the carbon tax!

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


For years The Rebel and our viewers warned that Rachel Notley and Justin Trudeau were coming to destroy the oil and gas industry.

But the fancy people scoffed. Especially the mainstream media. They love Notley and Trudeau — demonizing anyone who protests against them as “far right”.

The truth is, Notley and Trudeau have always hated the oilsands.

So they lied to us: they said if we just pay a carbon tax, then environmental extremists would let the pipelines go through.

They knew that was a lie. It was their own friends who were blocking the pipelines. Even their own staff.

They killed the Northern Gateway pipeline.

Then they killed the Energy East pipeline.

And now they’re killing the last one, Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline. 

Enough is enough!

Join us for the largest rallies against the carbon tax ever organized.

Click on the images below to RSVP. Or click here

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Great speakers are already confirmed including: 

- Ezra Levant
- Sheila Gunn Reid 
- Robbie Picard - Oilsands activist
- Drew Barnes - MLA for Cypress-Medicine Hat
- Derek Fildebrandt - MLA for Strathmore-Brooks
- Scott Winograd - Albertan forced to close his business from Notley's regulations
- Ian Fife, Oilsands activist
- Dan Hozack, past chairman of the Alberta Beef Producers
- Rob Rheaume, retired PPCLI and Oilsands worker

And more to be announced soon! 

*Everyone is welcome.

*Free to attend.

*Family-friendly signs only.

I’ll see you there!

Yours truly,

Ezra Levant

P.S. They’re going to call you “deniers”. They’re going to call you “ deplorables”. They’re going to call you every name they can. So what. They’re the liars, who claimed a carbon tax would get the pipelines through. 

P.P.S. Please help us recoup the cost of these rallies by making a donation, here

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commented 2018-04-16 07:56:38 -0400
THEREBEL could be a little more timely in reporting events that they initiate like the pro-pipeline /anti carbon tax rallies in Edmonton and Calgary.
commented 2018-04-15 21:02:04 -0400
Nathan, pipelines are federal, not provincial, and native lands are federal, not provincial.
commented 2018-04-15 17:28:18 -0400
Nathan… You sound remarkably like Andrew Stevenson when her skirt is up and her autism is showing.
commented 2018-04-15 13:25:09 -0400
Pipelines have to do with native rights over land and provincial rights over lands and other people’s right over land.

Carbon taxes are a different policy issue.
commented 2018-04-15 03:42:14 -0400 · Flag
Andrew Gordo Steele Stephenson, once again, without fail, you open your mouth and remove all doubt that you really don’t know what you are talking about. Thanks to Robert and FEFW, who have pointed the facts out to you before, something as undeniable and simple as “CO2 is invisible to infrared heat and it will not rise 1° from the suns energy.. in fact most noble gases are invisible to infrared heat which is heat that comes directly from the sun…” but don’t let that get in the way, you know, facts which destroy you every single time.
Let’s try this one, since your type always fall back on “scientists statements…” Why would the scientists who generated the report for the IPCC have to threaten the UN/IPCC to have their names removed from the report, when the IPCC generated the executive media summary in which they changed the scientists’ findings to suit their agenda, and the IPCC capitulated and removed their names? That is a lot of renowned scientists, world renowned, in their fields of real climate science, to have to reckon with over something so simple that even you can do it, to bend the truth to suit your narrative…
By the way Gordo, are you still posting under your dead sister’s name in Calgary publications? Ah, forget it, that was awhile ago and people figured you out right away, but it was pretty pathetic, even for you. Go away Gordo, and send the troll money back, they are tremendously disappointed in the results you produce; now there is a gas harmful to all of mankind. Tax that Gordo.
commented 2018-04-15 01:15:24 -0400
Factual information will be harder and harder to find as the leftists take control of the unfettered use of the Internet.
commented 2018-04-14 23:03:42 -0400
Hey Flat Earth F.W. Isn’t there a whole bunch of Scientist’s coming out of the closet/liberalist shut down of truth.. and going forward with the truth..that they were told to follow the narrative of the liberalist globalist bullsh!t…Those links are still out there… I’m trying..but…
commented 2018-04-14 22:52:35 -0400
You are wrong Andrew Annie or whatever gender fluid name you go by when you’re not posting rubbish here… You are so wrong…!! CO2 is not affected by infrared radiation.. it is moderately affected from passive heat i.e. the sun warming the earth.. and I do mean moderately. CO2 is invisible to infrared heat and it will not rise 1° from the suns energy.. in fact most noble gases are invisible to infrared heat which is heat that comes directly from the sun… For people like you that can’t understand this… it means it can’t absorb or retain heat or even act as a shield to hold heat .!!! Why do you continue to propagate this lie.. how can any scientist or physicist or any of the Academic community state with all certainty that with only 150 years of mapping weather on a planet that’s billions of years old that we have a wide enough cross-sectional slice of critical information after only 150 years of living with a thermometer.!! How can we make any kind of prediction about anything and no tossed word salad is going to when you come up with will impress anybody except yourself and how stupid is that.!! I once to said to somebody who’s a whole lot smarter than you that “it was arrogant to assume that man was the only intelligent life in the universe” and he responded with “it’s arrogant to assume that man has any intelligence at all”. I will repeat once again that CO2 and most other atmospheric gases are invisible to infrared heat when exposed to the sun. Water vapour will absorb heat but has nothing to do with CO2 or any other atmospheric gas… It is directly tied to the sun and evaporation and nothing else..! Stop lying and stop trying to convince people that you know what you’re talking about.. you’re becoming weary some bothersome and downright irritating… The sun hits the landmass and the water which in turn warms or cools the planet depending on solar flares, brighter burns or lack there of. In fact there is a possibility of a cooling trend happening based on higher Co2 levels with plant life absorbing more Co2 and releasing more oxygen into the atmosphere. But the left doesn’t want to talk about that they just want your money and your liberty.! I don’t know what God sees in you but I don’t see any earthly value to you whatsoever but everybody has their part to play I guess.
commented 2018-04-14 21:32:11 -0400 · Flag
Hey Andrew Stephenson… Are you a qualified Scientist? If so…How many years have you been in that area of work? Was it a trudeau course or a notley course that you got your degree in?

https://youtu.be/Xs1lN5ExkdE
commented 2018-04-14 21:27:23 -0400
@Flat Earth..Flat Water..Then lets stick to Liberty then…Power to the People….I’m with you..Lets hope more will get in that train of thought.
commented 2018-04-14 21:26:03 -0400 · Flag
“Robert Greeley commented 6 hours ago
COMMON SENSE commented 1 hour ago
By the way Andrew Gordo Steele Stephenson, why are you OK with us buying oil from the likes of Saudi, and running tankers of it up the St. Lawrence daily, but not OK with using our own resources? Why have the cleanest systems on earth, we have the smallest footprint, the lowest emissions, the best pollution controls (with the exception of Victoria and Montreal) but you want to import it from the worst part of the world.”

We import only about 200kbpd from the middle east. The US is our biggest source. Conventional crude is always going to be cleaner than bitumen.

My opinion is purely free-market. If its’ cheaper and emits less carbon to use imported light sweet crude, it avoids denuding large tracts of boreal forest, and it avoids generating petcoke, then I’m for it. The moment you move away from the most efficient flow of capital, you cease to be capitalist .

“Common Sense commented 5 hours ago
Robert Greeley, the question Scheer should ask, but won’t is whether the government is aware the big ball of fire 93 million miles away, that affects our weather/climate and has since time began, it doesn’t accept cash, credit cards or even government cheques to changes it’s ways, so what is it they think they are going to accomplish with money from a tax? While Scheer is in a questioning mood, he could also ask what they intend to do about large fires and volcanic eruptions, you know, the ones that spew enough into the atmosphere to wipe out 30 years of conservation efforts in one day, do they intend to plug the worlds volcanoes off? "

The sun isn’t the problem. The atmosphere is. The moons’ teh same distance out and 20 degrees colder, we get that much warmth from atmospheric retention, and a fifth of that’s due to carbon dioxide.

Although its’ true that a very large forest fire like the Fort Mac ones can transiently exceed industrial emissions of a region in aggregate they’re not that big. The Fort Mac fires emitted about 85mt, and a big volcanic eruption emits about the same although with volcanos its’ actually sulphur that is the problem, it has a large cooling effect. Canada’s annual emissions are about 750mt, so no, it doesn’t alleviate 30 years of conservation, unless you’re looking at a very small scale. Closing Ontario’s coal fired power plants saved about 30mt/yr, an efficiency measure that made up for a Mt. St Helens scale volcano in a year or two… and that’s one province. Declining US emissions save ~700mt/yr in efficiencies every single year.
commented 2018-04-14 21:12:25 -0400
No offence taken Mr Greeley.. it is my fondest wish that we not only survive Trudeau 2.0 but we recover whatever we lost including our liberties and our liquid capital.!!
Incidentally I hate the word freedom… The difference between freedom and liberty… Freedom is finding the cage door open and escaping for a little while to enjoy it… Liberty is the right to annihilate the ones who tried to cage you.!!
commented 2018-04-14 20:33:38 -0400
Robert Greeley… I was responding to all knowing Annie in a previous statement… I wasn’t arguing with you or discounting what you were saying… In fact I believe the Liberals will tax increasingly until they stall the velocity of money causing a catastrophic event known as currency failure then shortly after that there will be rioting for food known as the “nine meals to anarchy” ( which is also a book that was written in like 1912 ) then the institution of martial law and then communism implemented to control the masses.. Mission accomplished.!! Justin Trudeau will be supreme leader passing the power to his kids when he dies and a Trudeau will reign over Canada until end times.!!
commented 2018-04-14 19:57:46 -0400
Flat Earth..Flat Water.. I was correcting a spelling mistake on the word breathe. Would you think if trudeau had a chance to enforce such a tax…that he wouldn’t? Look at what he’s trying to enforce about thoughts and words!
commented 2018-04-14 19:48:29 -0400
No they don’t..
commented 2018-04-14 16:47:47 -0400
“they will force Everyday People to wear a device that will tax how much air that we breathe!!…”
commented 2018-04-14 16:43:03 -0400
DARYL HERMAN commented 2 hours ago
Time to impose a tax on everything coming out of POS PM TruDope, Climate Barbie, G. Butts & Nutley’s mouths!! Pure, disgusting BS lying vapors!

Don’t put idea’s in the liberalist goofball’s head’s Daryl… they will force Everyday People to wear a device that will tax how much air that we breath!!…The bast@rd’s are probably working on a proto-type as we speak!
commented 2018-04-14 16:37:09 -0400 · Flag
Well there you have it folks, all knowing Andrew has spoken, we can all just accept the new (ab)normal.
Wouldn’t it be great to be as all knowing as Andrew? I say NOT! One would just come across as a condescending know it all prick.
I’ll pass on that
commented 2018-04-14 16:18:47 -0400
@ Common Sense…

Yep.
commented 2018-04-14 16:16:52 -0400
Robert Greeley, the question Scheer should ask, but won’t is whether the government is aware the big ball of fire 93 million miles away, that affects our weather/climate and has since time began, it doesn’t accept cash, credit cards or even government cheques to changes it’s ways, so what is it they think they are going to accomplish with money from a tax? While Scheer is in a questioning mood, he could also ask what they intend to do about large fires and volcanic eruptions, you know, the ones that spew enough into the atmosphere to wipe out 30 years of conservation efforts in one day, do they intend to plug the worlds volcanoes off?
commented 2018-04-14 15:39:15 -0400
COMMON SENSE commented 1 hour ago
By the way Andrew Gordo Steele Stephenson, why are you OK with us buying oil from the likes of Saudi, and running tankers of it up the St. Lawrence daily, but not OK with using our own resources? Why have the cleanest systems on earth, we have the smallest footprint, the lowest emissions, the best pollution controls (with the exception of Victoria and Montreal) but you want to import it from the worst part of the world.

That question should be put forward to trudeau from Scheer!!
commented 2018-04-14 15:36:29 -0400
YES to Pipelines..Positively NO to carbon tax no matter what..NOT negotiable!!
commented 2018-04-14 14:58:53 -0400
Time to impose a tax on everything coming out of POS PM TruDope, Climate Barbie, G. Butts & Nutley’s mouths!! Pure, disgusting BS lying vapors!
commented 2018-04-14 14:52:29 -0400
Yup, Nutley, Climate Barbie, G. Butts & that POS PM TruDope have only “carbon” filling those heads of theirs!!! – regressing Canada into Venezuelan state of depravity & destruction of a once great economy!
commented 2018-04-14 14:52:21 -0400
By the way Andrew Gordo Steele Stephenson, why are you OK with us buying oil from the likes of Saudi, and running tankers of it up the St. Lawrence daily, but not OK with using our own resources? Why have the cleanest systems on earth, we have the smallest footprint, the lowest emissions, the best pollution controls (with the exception of Victoria and Montreal) but you want to import it from the worst part of the world.
commented 2018-04-14 14:49:03 -0400
Andrew Gordo Steele Stephenson, the ones claiming that the rest of Canada is booming are the government and their lefty idiots, trolls like you. Ask Ontario how that “boom” is working for them, or Quebec, or any province for that matter. In addition, you state “there’s more to us than oil,” except the energy sector is a main economic engine of this country, it’s huge, and supports several have not provinces, like Quebec. So, if you are so willing to just throw that out, then turn in your computer, and the hundreds of other petroleum based products you use every day and go live in a cave, you hypocrite. Only you and your lefty pals talk the talk, but won’t walk the walk, and are perfectly fine in destroying the country’s economy; just go ahead and live without our energy sector, but please, do it from your cave.
commented 2018-04-14 12:09:26 -0400
Richard Clarke commented 2 hours ago

“I’ll be glad when the next election comes but unsure if our province/country can survive that long. We need a mechanism to remove politicians who are out of control. Say for instance, if our locally elected representative not listening, constituents could “rally and petition” to re-elect a new representative. ’

Canada will be fine. There’s more to us than oil, and in fact despite the contraction in the energy sector, the ROC is booming.

No mechanism for removing rogue politicians? Trudeau’s pushing for it, so is Notley. Who stands in your way? John Horgan, who holds a tenuous coalition government that’s 1 seat away from losing power, in the only province with recall legislation. yet, it’s not being invoked, almost as if a lot of people in BC actually support pipeline objectors.
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