January 26, 2016

Trudeau joins Coderre in his war against the west. But we're fighting back

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Last week we told you about the Liberal Mayor of Montreal, Denis Coderre, attacking the proposed Energy East pipeline.

This morning Justin Trudeau met with Coderre and doubled down. He announced that not just the pipelines, but the entire oilsands, will now be judged by UN-style global warming standards! (Not OPEC oil, of course, just Alberta oil.)

So any proposed pipeline can be safe and environmentally friendly -- but it will still be blocked, because the Liberals don’t like the oilsands. This means the whole National Energy Board hearings are a game.

But the Rebel is fighting back.

We've already unveiled CutThemOff.ca, our campaign to tell Canadian politicians who are anti-oil that their transfer payments will be cut off. But now we have to redouble our efforts.

We have to send a message to Quebec.

So we're going to do it in French...

WATCH and I'll tell you about this ALL-NEW phase in the CutThemOff.ca campaign, and the many ways YOU can be part of it.

THEN my favourite Quebec commentator, Eric Duhaime, comes on to tell us what's really going on with Denis Coderre, and why there still might be hope for Quebec.

For instance, two Quebec mayors just came out in favour of the pipeline!

NEXT: Former Finance Minister Joe Oliver is back, this time to talks about the serious problems with Justin Trudeau's electoral reform plan.

FINALLY: Your letters to me! Positive or negative, I read them and respond. Remember: You can always leave your comments below!

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commented 2016-01-26 23:00:45 -0500
Ezra there is one more point you missed. Quebec is the most corrupt province in Canada with Liberals at the helm of this mafia. Codere simly doesn’t understand the rest of Canada doesn’t operate as mafia cartels. Crooked liberal politicians are breed in the welfare state of Quebec. Look at Canada’s history. Every PM from that province was a crooked SOB. This time instead of 250million Trudeau and his criminal party are after 10s of billions.
commented 2016-01-26 22:44:59 -0500
WOW one of Ezra’s guests suggests, private money be spent to counter public money being spent via the CBC which spews its hate of the west and its oil. Is this what the CBC is suppose to be doing? I don’t know about anyone else but I stopped watching & listening to the CBC years ago. It stands for nothing I believe in. It needs to be sold so the people that support that crap can pay for it. We really need to CUT THE CBC OFF.
commented 2016-01-26 22:36:33 -0500
I would probably be arrested if I told you what I’m thinking now.
commented 2016-01-26 22:17:31 -0500
I know it’s too late for this round but same thing happened in Ab with the same dangerous result. People mad at the current government blindly voted just to get them out without doing even a simple background check to see their track record. Even hiring an employee requires that much. Wow did we EFF that up or what. Now we have “leadeship” and I use that term very loosely, who is against everything that made Canada what a great country it was. It’s as if a foreign power played us for sucker and put them in place to nullify this land. I don’t know how people with a conscious can do what they are doing and feel ok about it.
commented 2016-01-26 22:06:28 -0500
Great show. Thanks.
commented 2016-01-26 22:04:12 -0500
Things are getting pretty worrisome with this issue of PM Justin Trudeau trying to rig the voting!
We cannot afford to have this dough head messing around with Constitutional Legal things like that – regardless of who you vote for!
Do you want to have your life sealed under a dictator that cannot be voted out of Parliament no matter what he does?
Have people become that careless that they’d risk putting the lives of their loved ones and themselves under the hands of someone who could not be removed from having power over your life?
My family and I for one, are not in favor of ever allowing any human to lord that over us! That is ridiculous and it would be the most insane thing I’ve ever saw citizens’ allow to happen to their country! For Heavens’ sake let us stand together on this!
Trudeau is quite anti-Canadian as he does favor the allowing of unethical oil from the middle East to be continually shipped into Quebec – while he is in effort to make conditions for his own country’s resource oil impossible to be distributed throughout Canada, simple because he does not like Alberta – he is also willing to let the UN dictate to Canadians’ how to handle our resources – I do not recall seeing the United Nations on the voting Ballot and the Canadian people did not elect the United Nations’ to run or dictate to Canada whether we use our own oil or not due to their fraud IPCC East Anglia Science numbers that they have used to measure Climate Change! That cannot be correct as many courts in other countries have ruled those IPCC Climate numbers as basically Scientifically inaccurate temperature numbers to be used as legal weights and measures – so to speak!
To me this just reiterates how nasty and shady PM Justin Trudeau really is – this is a man that is not playing his cards on the table! Can you not see that?
commented 2016-01-26 21:57:49 -0500
Quebec should have been cutoff from any federal payments years ago when they became a unilingual province by making it illegal to advertise in English.
commented 2016-01-26 21:50:29 -0500
Lets remember New Brunswick elected 100% libitards to Parliament. They don’t want our oil that bad. Let them get it from Iran since the libitards in Ottawa are lifting sanctions from that evil nation.
commented 2016-01-26 21:24:29 -0500
Amazing work Ezra and the Rebel Media. You are fighting for a great cause.
commented 2016-01-26 21:21:25 -0500
Excellent Ezra, good points start to end. They’re dead meat with you on the front lines. I finally got a paycheque after 4 months in Alberta and I’m sending it to you. Don’t back down. You say what I want x 100. Justin and Sophie couldn’t be any closer to Satan. I can’t wait til they’re both asking each other to pray for them. God have mercy
commented 2016-01-26 21:15:44 -0500
Insane… any other country would be delighted that one half of their country is by far the largest energy consumer, consuming far more than what they could produce, and the other half is a large energy producer, far more than they could ever consume…. a match made in heaven.
But fine, we are going to use UN definitions and consider the up / down stream results of a pipeline…. So, Canada (according to UN) produces 1.6% of global GHG’s…. and according to the UN, Canada holds 30% of the world’s forests… and, according to the UN, forests absorb 10% of all GHG’s annually… it a simple equation… 10% of 30% is 3%… 3% total absorption of GHG’s yet generation of 1.6%… in other words, Canada could almost double its entire generation of GHG’s to be considered “carbon neutral”.
commented 2016-01-26 21:13:22 -0500
Cut Quebec off? Kick Quebec out! Let’s be done with them.
commented 2016-01-26 21:11:39 -0500
The West should demand that the pipeline go ahead or stage a March on Ottawa. Harper actually quelled the western separation movement when he was elected. Voters have no clue how toxic electing another Trudeau would be.
commented 2016-01-26 21:05:27 -0500
The only way that we will get their attention is to cut off all oil and natural gas going east of the Manitoba/Ontario border and the Canada/USA border. Until Alberta gets rid of the current miscreants that call themselves a government we can’t touch the welfare(equalization) payments to Ontario and Quebec. Income tax is deducted at source and submitted directly to Ottawa. Until Alberta gets a party in power with the balls to tell the feds to stick it where the sun don’t shine we’re at the mercy of the Quebecois and Ottawa.
commented 2016-01-26 20:55:24 -0500
Hey Ezar, good to see you’re reading the comment sections here on TheRebel (or at least your interns are). :-)

Thanks for mentioning my comment at…

I want to congratulate and thank you and Brian, Sheila, all the staff members, and TheRebel bloggers for standing up for both sides of the argument of the issues that face us today, and for all your unswerving intolerance of censorship, which is the favorite tool of the Irrationals.

commented 2016-01-26 20:49:51 -0500
January 26, 2016
Dear Diary;
First day back in the house this year and I think I got through it quite well. It was nice of Gerald to tell Rona to be gentle with me. It reminded me back when I was telling that BBC chap that I got bullied quite a bit when I was young, but of course there was one time that I almost managed to beat her.
Anyway, now all these union guys are looking for their palms to be greased in return for all the campaign commercials they put on TV, the ones that told all those lies about Stevie and all the cuts we said he’d made. I still can’t believe that so many zombies fell for that; they still believe they’re true, even to this day. Anyway, Gerald has told me to remind him to make sure those anti-union bills of Stevie’s, the ones that called for union transparency and democracy, get on the list for repealing along with all those other goodie-two-shoe conservative bills that benefit Canadians.
Now some smart-ass has popped up to remind everyone that back when Dion said that the CF-16s would be out of, wherever they are, within “a matter of weeks” just as Harjit was saying that no date had been set for that. So then slippery Dion said that the deal was signed under the Harper government and that liberals won’t change past deals. I tried that line out on the union’s henchmen. When I regained consciousness (I used to hear that line on CBC’s Air Farce but now it’s not so funny) someone was asking me whether or not we’re buying F-35s. I could use an aspirin.
Just when I need something really good to deflect Lloyd’s and everyone else’s attention away from that ground-breaking, boundary pushing, artistic video that Sophie made a few years ago, my BFFs at the CBC ran the headline “Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reaches out to Trudeau government to correct mistakes of predecessors”. That line should keep my zombies happy and throw everyone else into a hissy-fit. Afterwards I said to reporters that I told Putin that “Russia’s interference in Ukraine must cease”. Perhaps I neglected to mention that it was back on October 13 in Toronto when I actually said that. I hope I haven’t inadvertently misled anyone.
commented 2016-01-26 20:38:03 -0500
Well our Zoolander is determined to Splinter Canada, Congrats to our newly elected Zoolander. Keep it up, by the end of your term, there won’t be a Canada, and Multiculturalism, will not be just English and French but Islam and I bet we know which will be more dominant…? Beam me up Scotty!!!
commented 2016-01-26 20:37:37 -0500
New Brunswick Liberals do not want the pipeline, it is posturing, they know ON and QU will block the pipeline and the Feds will play softball with them. Four years will go by and nothing will be done, and the liberal greentards will have achieved some kind of moral climate justice. By then oil prices will be substantially higher and the east will still paying top dollars, not the discounted western oil.
commented 2016-01-26 20:28:37 -0500
Let’s hope history repeats itself, Daddy Selfie took a dump on the west and it resulted in the largest Conservative majority ever – now PM Sonnywayze is willing to repeat that fatal blunder.
commented 2016-01-26 20:27:21 -0500
Ezra – you could not have said it better regarding Sophie Trudeau. Sophie’s homemade singing was bad enough, but the “period pop show” she put on was simply disgusting and another shining example of how detached these people are from Canada.

Sofie looks stuck in her past with child like behavior and a lacking perspective.
commented 2016-01-26 20:26:23 -0500
We have a lot of crappy leaders.
commented 2016-01-26 20:24:57 -0500
Quebecois French is a regional patois. While the French spoken in France has evolved, through war, political revolution, and social reform, the Quebecois patois is an older French, kind of like if you went back in time and hung out with Molière. Nobody speaks French like that anymore – not even in France.

I suspect that if someone from Quebec actually read the post, and unless they understood real and good French, and not that St. Lawrence Valley hillbilly lingo that the Quebecois speak, they wouldn’t have a clue what the post said.
commented 2016-01-26 20:22:06 -0500
In doing so The Pot-Smoking Camp Counsellor shows himself to be just as ignorant and misinformed as Coderre. Further, he shows himself, like his maleficent Daddy, to be totally against the West while wanting to milk the wealth of the hard working west to the benefit of the lazy do-nothing provinces. Prior to the election I suggested that the country should be very careful about electing a party with leadership out of Quebec. And, again, I was and am right!
commented 2016-01-26 20:20:00 -0500
Selfie Boy looks tired at that press conference, maybe a little hung over from all the partying in France too, a little dejected as well because now he has to kinda go back to work and be a Prime Minister, and participate in Parliament Sessions and such.

He’d rather be back out on tour, being adored by all his Panty Throwing Fans, instead of being a grown up.
commented 2016-01-26 20:18:13 -0500
Let’s consider Denis Coderre …

He is the Mayor of Montreal – not a bad gig if you can get it. But Coderre is the Mayor of Montreal because the last two mayors were found to have had corrupt dealings with organized crime. So, Coderre became mayor because he is the least corrupt. Not the brightest, or the best, or even the most thoughtful – but the least corrupt. Given this, we can believe that Coderre is not doing this because he wants to be bribed to accept the pipeline.

Since Coderre is a politician in a province were corrupt politicians are de rigueur, and the biggest industries are organized crime and welfare, we can believe that Coderre is doing this because he doesn’t understand what equalization payments are, or that Quebec does pretty well by them, and have done so for a very, very long time. It’s this detachment from reality, where Coderre probably believes that the payments come from the sky. Or, that they bubble up from the St. Lawrence River, after all that effluent Coderre dumps into the River goes away. Honestly, why does this guy even open his mouth?
commented 2016-01-26 20:12:15 -0500
“… We have to send a message to Quebec. So we’re going to do it in French… "

It’s French dialect Ezra. If you spoke Quebec’s French in Paris, they wouldn’t understand you. Good luck with those French dialect communications.
commented 2016-01-26 20:04:12 -0500
not a surprise, The republic of alberta and sask sounds better every day, Just more 1percenters from quebec crapping on the west again. This will be the end of Canada, the idiot PM and his idiot mayors from quebec will see to that. Who will pay quebec welfare then.