(Ezra Levant is in the UK, helping Tommy Robinson expose the BBC's fake news. Sheila Gunn Reid is guest hosting...)
Victoria, British Columbia’s radical environmentalist mayor Lisa Helps is coming to Alberta, to see if our oil industry is as bad as she’s sure it is.
Will she really come with an open mind, as she claims?
Helps was invited by Calgary City Councilor Ward Sutherland, who challenged her to come and learn about Alberta's ethical oil and gas industry, and our many environmental initiatives.
Helps has said:
“I believe in a broad perspective. I believe in building understanding. I can't speak for anyone else, either here or in Alberta, but I think that mudslinging and pointing fingers gets us nowhere.”
Mayor Lisa Helps is a real piece of work, a perfect storm of all the Canadian social justice issues of the day:
Anti-colonialist. Anti-free speech. Oozing with misplaced white guilt. She wants to erase history, 1984 style, and she's a raging environmentalist to boot.
I'm not even exaggerating. In fact, I'm probably downplaying just how kooky she is.
TONIGHT I’ll take you one a tour of some of her “Greatest Hits” so you know exactly what kind of “open” mindset she's coming with.
And yes, this is the same woman who made international headlines for taking down the statue of Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. MacDonald, outside Victoria City Hall.
The only way to change Helps mind is to sit her down with the people that her bad ideas are hurting: entrepreneurial Aboriginal bands, oil sands workers, truckers, farmers, families who are struggling to afford their groceries...
NEXT: There are a lot of people out there claiming to be United We Roll convoy organizers — and the Media Party is going all out to use these random individuals as movement representatives.
My guest is a real United We Roll organizer, Haley Wile. We debunk the misinformation being spread about this grassroots, pro-pipeline movement, and talk about what's next on their agenda.
FINALLY: Your messages to The Rebel Media!