October 06, 2017

Death of Energy East brings more conflict oil to Canada

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator

TransCanada declined to elaborate on their reasons for pulling the plug on Energy East, but they didn’t need to. The federal government has axed almost every major oil and gas project it had a hand in, costing the Canadian economy billions. 

In addition to the hit to our economy however, other repercussions from this pipeline being cancelled are against Canadian values.

Now that Energy East is dead, we can expect more conflict oil from OPEC countries like Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Algeria, and beyond.

Thirty-three percent of the foreign oil coming into Canada was from the OPEC Cartel last year and Canadians paid $2.5B to Saudi Arabia for their oil in 2014 alone.

With the demand for oil set to increase as the population increases, we can expect that figure to rise. The Liberals and the Alberta NDP said yes to this project on the surface, but Energy East is dead, so really, they said yes to more conflict oil.

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commented 2017-10-07 13:14:40 -0400
Jay is one of those idiots that will argue the sky is yellow when in fact it is blue and won’t stop until you agree. Best not waste energy on those kind of idiots.
commented 2017-10-07 11:27:03 -0400
Ron Voss, I agree with your comment, " I see it more a case of another nail in the coffin that once was Canada!"
commented 2017-10-07 11:25:01 -0400
I posted this on another thread earlier this am.
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented 30 mins ago
Rebels, I think Jay Kelly is Andrew Stephenson’s alter ego. Jay pops up after “troll sabbatical” has concluded, as does Andrew.

Andrew’s posts are an entertaining read, SHE comments as though she is the authority on every subject, every discipline. Very rarely cites any sources (except Auto Trader that one time); and will frequently try to argue points with people who are better educated on the topic….dog with a bone syndrome!

Meanwhile, Jay’s effeminate posts are deliberate in misconstruing everything, while inserting the same kind of disinformation posted by Andrew. Same coin.
commented 2017-10-07 10:48:36 -0400
FLAT EARTH commented 9 hours ago
I remember living through the days of his daddy’s national energy program.!!
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I remember it too. I had just received my commercial pilot’s license but with 10,000 hour pilots being laid off their were no flying jobs to be found in Alberta for many years after.

JOHN ZEALAND commented 16 hours ago
Trudope is setting Canada up so Soros can come in a buy every thing on the cheap.
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John, I hadn’t thought of that but it makes perfect sense. He did it with coal so why would he not do it with oil. Kind of stupid because where he is going they have enough heat source to last for eternity.
commented 2017-10-07 10:44:29 -0400
Jay, you got another 180. 180 degrees opposite of what the story actually said. If you can’t comprehend both written and spoken language and you refuse to get educated on these things. Why do you post? You are just embarrassing yourself by your ignorance.
commented 2017-10-07 09:47:24 -0400
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented, “Our government should be doing everything possible to cut the ties with OPEC and grow the oil and gas industry in Canada. This latest move by the Liberals is another nail in their coffin.” I see it more a case of another nail in the coffin that once was Canada!
commented 2017-10-07 09:43:17 -0400
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented, “Peter Netterville, Jay Kelly’s posts confirm he has absolutely no ability to comprehend any of the reports on The Rebel.” But, the “useful idiot” does provide some comic relief.
commented 2017-10-07 09:07:07 -0400
Peter Netterville, Jay Kelly’s posts confirm he has absolutely no ability to comprehend any of the reports on The Rebel.
commented 2017-10-07 09:03:34 -0400
Frank McKenna, former N.B. Premier, isn’t happy about the cancellation. He has stated that it is a huge victory for the Trump administration and that the Maritimes are angry about lost jobs and being cut off from the rest of Canada.
commented 2017-10-07 08:41:31 -0400
Jay Kelly blurted with his normal ignorance, “Where was The Rebel in convincing the people of Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec, that this pipeline not only would create jobs but would actually be a common national Canadian venture?”

You mean aside from the many reports from Sheila, Ezra and Holly on this topic and the billboards (one stationary and one mobile) in Quebec on this exact topic?
commented 2017-10-07 08:16:01 -0400
Our PM from QUE just likes to buy oil from his friends and we in Canada are among them.
commented 2017-10-07 08:09:35 -0400
Having a self sustainable energy industry is not only critically important for our economy but so very necessary for our national security. It is foolish not to recognise the growing geopolitical instability in the world and not prepare for being cut off from foreign supply chains.
commented 2017-10-07 03:09:17 -0400
It’s apparent that JT is serving a variety of commercial interests that are not in Canadians’ interests.

Canada will become dependent on foreign oil soon enough. And the only way Canadian oil will be used is if it comes back to Canada as a finished US product.

Global price stability in the oil market requires that there be fewer players. That means that Canada O & G industry will be greatly reduced, if not completely shuttered. This is the reality.

Of course, JT is banking on Cannabis as a replacement for O & G. But they can’t even get a revenue-sharing agreement with the provinces on how to divide pot revenues. What does this mean? More failure.

I predict there will soon be food riots in Toronto, as well as more terrorist attacks across the country.

But JT will keep declaring Sunny Ways, like a good little mongoloid idiot.
commented 2017-10-07 02:21:55 -0400
Space Moose we get it from horrible places even though we have more than enough right here.
commented 2017-10-07 02:05:45 -0400
We import oil from Algeria and Nigeria?
commented 2017-10-07 02:04:49 -0400
I remember living through the days of his daddy’s national energy program.!! There were hundreds of oil companies that just got up and left the country and for the longest time I couldn’t buy a job as there was no work.. I’m not sure what the connection is in this family where they like to see hundreds of thousands of people without work and drive away not only investment opportunity but royalty paying companies as well as federal income generated by taxpayers..

I can’t Believe that I had to live/suffer through his daddy’s era and now I have to live through the era of his Spawn which is just as debilitating just as painful and devastating.. I honestly can’t think of what Western Canada has done to deserve what eastern Canada does to us through endless Laurentian dictators.!!!
Please Derek Fildebrandt come and lead the separation party to economic victory away from the rotted and cancerous part of what was once Canada.
commented 2017-10-07 01:55:06 -0400
Honest to God Jay… You are too stupid to be trained..
commented 2017-10-06 23:31:39 -0400
“This was intentional …”

You are spot on Bravo. Just like dear old daddy, Canadians will find out the facts long after the damage is done and cannot be reversed. The family tradition continues.
commented 2017-10-06 23:25:20 -0400
Apparently instead of a raise Jay Kelly’s boss is paying him by the word now, guess he shouldn’t have asked for that raise after all LMAO.
commented 2017-10-06 22:37:08 -0400
The Energy East pipeline would have brought oil through the pipeline from Alberta to New Brunswick, where it could be refined and loaded on ships for sale abroad. The construction of the pipeline itself would have created thousands of jobs, and the refinery in the East would have created thousands of permanent jobs.

Too bad Rebel readers were not informed of what is at stake. Instead there are big stories about Liberals and Conservatives, right-wing and left-wing, and other political catch-phrases.

Where was The Rebel in convincing the people of Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec, that this pipeline not only would create jobs but would actually be a common national Canadian venture?

Where was The Rebel in the discussion of how Alberta and Quebec could work together for the economic benefit of each?

Instead, The Rebel has used this story as a way to divide Canadians, even when it genuinely hurts our economy.
commented 2017-10-06 21:15:30 -0400
Keith Barnes, that is the unfiltered truth!
commented 2017-10-06 20:23:36 -0400
Perhaps, if we had a Human Being running this Country, things would be different.
commented 2017-10-06 19:45:20 -0400
“Death of Energy East brings more conflict oil to Canada”

Sure it does, this was the main agenda in stopping it. Even the Irvings wanted it but the Laurentian elite are invested in conflict or Saudi energy so they have their puppet Petite Patate (the wonder spud) take Canadian energy off line to eastern markets.
commented 2017-10-06 19:32:22 -0400
Worth noting, TransCanada’s shares went up 1.08% yesterday and 0.32% today. Cannot help but wonder if this is because this suggests that they will be doing more in the U.S. and less in Canada.
commented 2017-10-06 19:15:10 -0400
Importing unethical oil should be viewed as blood diamonds which has been rigorously scrutinized; with great distaste and a concerted effort not to support that industry. Our government should be doing everything possible to cut the ties with OPEC and grow the oil and gas industry in Canada. This latest move by the Liberals is another nail in their coffin.
commented 2017-10-06 19:14:36 -0400
Our leaders truly have the mind set of SUCIDE CANNABALS
The REBEL is documenting the fall of Canada and the rest of the anglosphere
I’m watching it like a bad dream that I have no control over , like the older Romans watching the fall of Rome , shaking their heads , but they too had no control over it

THANKS HOLLY
commented 2017-10-06 18:46:08 -0400
Trudope is setting Canada up so Soros can come in a buy every thing on the cheap.
commented 2017-10-06 18:25:42 -0400
The fagboy bows to islam.

Watch the money in his trust fund grow.

This was intentional – I cannot prove it but my gut tells me he wants the Saudis to send oil.

We finance them and his trust fund grows.

A huge long term pay off – and not much more.