December 14, 2018

Murmurs of Alberta separatism as Krause lays out Rockefeller Foundation ties to anti-oil campaigns

Keean BexteRebel Contributor

I just got back from an event that was in downtown Calgary. Vivian Krause came out from British Columbia to speak to a crowd of about 1300 people, including business leaders, politicians and everyday Albertans. 

She came to speak about a very important issue. She was speaking about foreign funds coming from the United States into Canada to manipulate public perceptions about our oil and gas industry.

Vivian followed the paper trail, and she says money is coming from places like the Rockefeller Foundation into Canada to fund protests and opposition campaigns to “de-market” our oil and gas.

In the crowd and speaking at the same event was W. Brett Wilson. You may know him — he's been in a little bit of hot water recently speaking about separatism and renegotiating Alberta’s place in Canada.

As for some of the people I talked to at this event, the word "separatism" came up a few times...

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commented 2018-12-19 22:50:05 -0500
“You keep talking about separating, but never actually pull the trigger. It’s an empty threat. You need us more than we need you.”

LOL… Yeah not so much, Alberta has funded this nation for decades. To the tune of about a half a Trillion Dollars. If you don’t need us, kindly refund us with interest and we will be on our way.

“When economists say Alberta has been Canada’s key engine of growth in recent decades, that’s really what they mean. Without Alberta’s energy wealth, this country would have been a fiscal basket case long ago. Now that Alberta’s oil-fired economy is also struggling, Canada is heading for the fiscal swamp.”

If the terms of this arrangement were to be laid out today, would Alberta want to join the basket case that is Canada?
commented 2018-12-16 16:50:08 -0500
Alberta needs to be part of Canada.

Don’t wait for Alberta to separate, which will never happen – why don’t you just move out of Canada now. Instead of living in Canada’s Texas – go live in Texas.
commented 2018-12-16 04:01:46 -0500
LOL! Alberta does not need Ontario. But much love to Ontarians. Hello Ontario from AB! Please lend us your Premier. Ours is not working out.
commented 2018-12-16 01:00:21 -0500
Nicholas Conklin you wanted Horwath to win.
commented 2018-12-16 00:58:07 -0500
Nicholas Conklin what is Ontario doing about Justin dumping phony refugees? Oh right, bending over and paying for them.
commented 2018-12-16 00:56:43 -0500
Nicholas Conklin keep letting Quebec decide for you LMAO!
commented 2018-12-16 00:54:41 -0500
Nicholas Conklin what do we need you for? Now go whine about us some more. LMAO!
commented 2018-12-15 23:07:40 -0500
Alberta Maga,

Obviously not. You keep talking about separating, but never actually pull the trigger. It’s an empty threat. You need us more than we need you.
commented 2018-12-15 18:05:48 -0500
Nicholas Conklin Alberta has more balls than your whipped feminist province LMAO!
commented 2018-12-15 16:40:51 -0500
NO. While it’s true that Alberta would be better off alone, its absorption into the US within a decade would be imminent. People, just say no. We can love the US, just not enough to become a vassal state.

How about fixing what is really bothering us? Like how a socialist party was able to gain control of a conservative province and ruin it in record time. Who are the people who voted NDP? Where did they come from? Or if some of these lost souls were native Albertans, what deception overtook their common sense, what indoctrination were they subject to, how do we stop it from getting worse, and how do we effectively re-educate our people to take Alberta back? We need to fix what’s wrong at home and deal with Ottawa later. Ottawa has always been and will always be a problem for Alberta. It’s not going to change.

Alberta, however, has been incapacitated by a socialist provincial government. Separation at this point would create overwhelming new problems. Let’s instead kick the NDP out and start fresh with some decent conservative leadership. We are Canadians and Albertans, both. A strong, fossil-fuelled, savvy Alberta can spank that bad boy to the east and send it to its room. We must stop allowing have-nots to rule the house. And we must not leave the house. We protect the house, and help the house (other Canadian provinces). We lead by example, like we did in the not so distant past.

Stephen E – I miss Stephen Harper so much. I miss Ralph Klein, too.
commented 2018-12-15 01:55:13 -0500
Yes, we have seven of them in Toronto.
commented 2018-12-15 01:53:05 -0500
Alberta Maga,

I said Ford was going to win. Even I hated Wynne.

I don’t give a shit what incentive there is or isn’t for Alberta to stay in Canada. My point is that Alberta will never have the balls to leave Canada, but I completely support you leaving Canada.
commented 2018-12-15 01:52:01 -0500
Nicholas Conklin Alberta has always been far ahead of Ontario when it comes to environmental issues as well, our waste management and recycling were far more widespread than Ontario’s for many years. It always made me laugh to hear your province call us dirty when we were cleaner and stricter. Do you even have Eco Stations in Toronto yet?
commented 2018-12-15 01:33:38 -0500
Nicholas Conklin please enlighten me as to what incentive there is for Alberta to be in Canada? What does it benefit us? We pay many bills and get crapped on, our votes count less than those in Ontario and Quebec(for that matter your vote counts for less than Quebec as well), also we would do better alone than Ontario would and you damn well know it.
commented 2018-12-15 01:31:01 -0500
Nicholas Conklin more of your predictions? Like about Trump and Ford? LMAO!
Anyways who would Ontario blame for their poor economy if we left?
commented 2018-12-14 22:40:17 -0500
liza Rosie,

Always. You are obviously not going anywhere.
commented 2018-12-14 22:02:40 -0500
Stay in contact Nick.
commented 2018-12-14 20:15:04 -0500
“The beatings shall continue until morale improves” comes to mind
commented 2018-12-14 20:13:10 -0500
This is a real issue. No matter if it’s in a family, a team sport, or a country, the psychology is relatively easy to understand: If you consistently single out one member and treat them with relative disdain, their frustration will turn to anger, and anger will turn to action. Canada is a family, with one “favoured” child receiving “special” treatments already (I’m sure most will know which province that is). But the shunning of Alberta, and repeated and deliberate acts by the Federal Gov’t to kick them when they’re down is going to culminate in something everyone will regret, unless this dysfunctional family is remedied.
commented 2018-12-14 19:05:11 -0500
I’m from BC, But I’m TOTALLY in favor of western Canada separation. There is absolutely nothing to be gained for western Canada by us remaining within confederation. The only real impediment to western Canada’s separation would come from my province, particularly the left coast. There would be plenty of support for it from the Interior but the big city types (Vancouver, Victoria, etc.) are composed almost entirely of radical leftist, latte sipping elitists who’ve never done a hard day’s work in their lives, much like Justin Trudeau. Do I see it ever happening? Not without some major catastrophic event to jar the complacent out of their indifferent stupor. That’s too bad, because I want nothing more to do with our federal political parties. The same holds true of our current BC provincial party.
commented 2018-12-14 19:01:01 -0500
Phew, what a stench!
Something was full of shit on here.
Did someone just take a big stinky Conklin?
Gak. Flush the damn toilet and open the window already.
commented 2018-12-14 17:45:34 -0500
Liza,

First of all, Alberta will never have the balls to separate, so it’s really a non issue. Secondly, other provinces are not going to follow them and the majority of Canadians in the Eastern provinces won’t want to anyway.
commented 2018-12-14 17:23:06 -0500
It won’t just be Alberta separating if it happens.

Man, google won’t let me post any link of any kind, not picture, news article or website. This is a very recent thing. I tried to post a link for this site but I guess I will just have to post the name of the company for these ‘Republic of Western Canada pins’. Search for that, or for jensmithcreative.bigcartel.com/product/the-republic-of-canada-pin

They are cheap I bought a bunch of them.
commented 2018-12-14 16:37:12 -0500
Meant to say Ontario.
commented 2018-12-14 16:36:44 -0500
Dan Mancuso,

Um, because much of BC is liberal and they would rather hook their wagon to Toronto over Alberta.
commented 2018-12-14 16:21:50 -0500
Please separate Alberta – I beg of you.
commented 2018-12-14 16:20:30 -0500
If Mad Max Bernier, leaving the Conservatives, starting his own conservative party and saying the conservative things he has said in public, doesn’t motivate ole Smillin’ Andy Scheer to start acting Conservative, let alone acting on anything…then threatening Jihadi-Justin-Groper and his clown show with Alberta, or Western Separation, is not likely to affect any reaction other than that shit-eating smirk he gets when he won’t answer questions in the HOC!
You have to start the proceedings…

And why does BC always get left out of discussions on Western separation!?
The problem in BC is Vancouver, the lower mainland and Fraser Valley, with Victoria on the Island (the capital of BC, the legislature). Granted it’s a serious problem – the mild weather attracts all the communists, idlers and other undesirables – but geographically it’s easy to contain! There would definitely be a visa system, because unlike the EU and the Trudeau Post-National Canada, it would be protected international borders between Vancouver and the rest of us in BC or Western Canada…

Maybe we could even have a legal separation like there exists in legal marriage. An official hiatus in our Confederation to think about things. And when the Jihadi-Justin-Groper Liberals stop acting like such bitch, and something permanent is done to end the historic and near genetic Liberal Party criminality and treason, then maybe we can talk.
Diversity is not our strength, unity is. But I sure as hell ain’t willing to take any more BS and treason from that shitstain Jihadi-Justin-Groper and the rest of his evil, globalist conspirators!
commented 2018-12-14 14:14:41 -0500
Yellow vests appear in London in small protest as reported by info wars .