February 27, 2019

United We Roll: Ontario supports Alberta oil pipelines

Keean BexteRebel Contributor

The United We Roll convoy traveled thousands of miles, through thick and thin, including false allegations thrown around by the mainstream media, and Liberal politicians turning up their noses at them.

As we showed you with our ongoing coverage at RebelConvoy.com, over seventy-five vehicles were on Parliament Hill last week with a message to Trudeau: Scrap Bills C-48 and 69, build pipelines, and end the carbon tax.

The convoy made it home this week, and were welcomed as heroes by locals. I spoke with the two main organizers, Glenn Carritt and Haley Wile, who expressed their gratitude to all the ordinary Canadians who came out, often at night and in freezing temperatures, to offer refreshments and moral support.

The organizers were especially grateful to Ontarians they met on the way.

One individual spoke to me about how the convoy gave a voice to Albertans who so often feel forgotten by the federal government. It is easy to ignore retweets and angry Facebook users, but when hundreds of tonnes of machinery, equipment, and trucks are at Trudeau's doorstep, it is much harder to ignore.

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commented 2019-03-01 01:37:40 -0500
Andrew that was one place you cherry pick like a good sheep.
commented 2019-02-28 12:51:23 -0500
89 days of no hammers falling
commented 2019-02-28 12:42:01 -0500
www.reddit.com/r/onguardforthee/comments/asdskp/crowd_size_at_parliament_hill_for_the_ottawa/

ps – read the comments. :)
commented 2019-02-28 12:22:22 -0500
“Andrea…why don’t YOU go work in the meat packing plant….get a job you parent basement dwelling troglodite. "

Why should I? Unlike these layabout yellow-jackets I already have a good job.

“Andrew, your statement which is meant to be a negative dismissal of the event, is really a statement about the corruption of the main stream media that they did not report on what was clearly the largest politically motivated convoy in the history of Canada. "

I think that when the farmers drove their tractors into downtown Toronto and spent the day circling Queens Park (2005?) was quite a bit larger (500 vehicles?), and definitely a politically motivated convoy. I’m sure there were others, but I saw that one firsthand. A cursory search indicates several other large protest convoys in the scale of hundreds occurred last fall (Nisku,, Estevan). Interesting claim at a superlative, but easily refuted. This one’s mostly interesting for being a local protest that transported itself across the country – most national protests have multiple protests across multiple cities.

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And you always take the side of the main stream media and the socialist left, Andrew. That says a lot about you. "

I’m not particularly left wing, but right now the Right does not offer much of interest to me. I don’t buy into the vague paranoia about immigrants, nor do I work in the resource sector that they’ve become a mouthpiece for to the exclusion of all else. I’m not a huge Trudeau fan, but I see little alternative in the upcoming election.
commented 2019-02-28 11:01:27 -0500
Peter Netterville writes :
“The left mainstream media is the enemy of the people”
I think the media is the enemy of THE TRUTH.T he enemy of honesty and integrity.
And I hate calling them journalists.It is a fancy name to give themselves some standing ,over and above us.
Trudeau is nothing without his fawning crowd of media reporters and editors who have accepted what amounts to bribes .The government/media complex dedicated to lying ,obfuscation and deceit in order to share in the power over the people.
commented 2019-02-28 09:57:41 -0500
“It is easy to ignore retweets and angry Facebook users, but when hundreds of tonnes of machinery, equipment, and trucks are at Trudeau’s doorstep, it is much harder to ignore.”

If only it was so. Trudeau and his Laurentian elites were quite happy to ignore the convoy. They had their bought and paid for, pet media try to demean the convoy participants with the usual socialist sobriquets.

You always know when the Trudeau socialists are in retreat, when they have their lap dogs in the press call the subjects of their ire ‘racists’, ‘homophobes’, ‘anti-muslim’ and haters. So it appears, judging by what the CBC et al, had to say, the convoy was a complete success!!
commented 2019-02-28 08:10:16 -0500
Andrew Stephenson , “Most Ontarians didn’t know or didn’t care.”

Since you have know ability to know if any person does or does not care about anything unless they tell you, your statement boils down to, they did not know.

Why did they not know?

Andrew, your statement which is meant to be a negative dismissal of the event, is really a statement about the corruption of the main stream media that they did not report on what was clearly the largest politically motivated convoy in the history of Canada.

The size of the convoy is in itself a news worthy event that the main stream media, who clearly still have have the majority of the news platform in Canada, are too corrupt to report on. This is why people did not know.

And when the media was forced to report on it, the coverage was all negative and lies.

The Left main stream media is the enemy of the people.

And you always take the side of the main stream media and the socialist left, Andrew. That says a lot about you.
commented 2019-02-28 05:58:11 -0500
Baby Doc Trudeau… He sees what he wants, Believes that he is the destiny of Canada. Anyone disagreeing with him are ignorant and fools. Of course he didn’t recognise the protest.

Most of Canada is behind the demonstrators. The few who aren’t are called Liberals and NDP.

Don’t forget, sell the CBC, and take whatever you can get, which won’t be much.
commented 2019-02-28 02:20:32 -0500
88 days of no hammers falling.
commented 2019-02-28 01:37:02 -0500
Have you been to Cuba? Venezuelan and Costa Rican food beats the hell out of Cuban food any day.. I’ve been to all 3 Countries… Have to try Mexico next….
commented 2019-02-28 01:06:48 -0500
I like Venezuela. Have been talking to some Canadians still living on Isla de Margarita… They’re not going anywhere, and when the Political Climate improves Margarita will be the place to invest. Last time I was there, Gasoline was 3 cents/liter… Beer is good, and inexpensive as well…
commented 2019-02-28 00:29:54 -0500
It was so hot and sunny in Venezuela that we used to load crude oil onto off shore race boats to keep it fresh until it got to New Orleans.
commented 2019-02-27 21:25:30 -0500
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 21 mins ago
Most Ontarians didn’t know or didn’t care.

Why didn’t these yellow-vesters/whatever they’’re calling themselves stop by to apply for jobs at that meat packing plant in Brooks? Apparently they have plenty of jobs available.

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Andrea…why don’t YOU go work in the meat packing plant….get a job you parent basement dwelling troglodite.
commented 2019-02-27 21:02:25 -0500
Most Ontarians didn’t know or didn’t care.

Why didn’t these yellow-vesters/whatever they’’re calling themselves stop by to apply for jobs at that meat packing plant in Brooks? Apparently they have plenty of jobs available.
commented 2019-02-27 18:33:28 -0500
MUTA WEEN commented 1 hour ago
Is refining Alberta oil in Sarnia considered “support” ?
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Muta Ween, raw oil is not perishable, refined oil is. That is why it is always refined near the area of final distribution. It’s sort of like beef farmers do not slaughter their cattle and grind them into hamburger on the ranch.

Oil is refined on a break even basis, no great amount of margin is made on it which is why so many refineries get closed down. Jobs in Sarnia are not being stolen from Alberta like Rachael Notley would have you believe.
commented 2019-02-27 18:17:53 -0500
The very fact that neither Trudeau nor his Energy Minister came out to speak to the crowd says it all. Trudeau and his Liberal gang of thieves and liars despise the West, especially Alberta.

He should probably avoid going out to Alberta to campaign this election. He has made his attitude towards Alberta plain and clear.
commented 2019-02-27 17:32:33 -0500
Is refining Alberta oil in Sarnia considered “support” ?
commented 2019-02-27 15:52:17 -0500
Encouraging to hear.