December 13, 2016

Miss it? WATCH our rally for Alberta in Calgary

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Can't be in Calgary? Watch Ezra Levant, Faith Goldy and special guests Kellie Leitch, Derek Fildebrant, Brad Trost and more say "NO!" to the Notley NDP's carbon tax.

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commented 2016-12-12 13:33:18 -0500
I only got to watch these videos today (Monday) and I was extremely disappointed to see that the Rebel and Ezra had Chris Alexander come on and spout his lies.
Isn’t this the guy that actually disparaged the last rally after the fact when he was interviewed by one of the MSM?
He is a two faced liar and I for one will not trust this Jerk.
He talks a good talk in front of the microphone when speaking to Albertans.
Do not trust this POS.
commented 2016-12-12 13:00:59 -0500
What it means is I’ve seen him twice in Grande Prairie. I do demos in a grocery store. He seemed shocked the first I recognized him. He must have felt he had to go on a rant, all I wanted to do was have a conversation with him. The second time he was in the store, he came up to get some more free food (he was looking well-taken care of), and for some reason he ran out of the store. Of course that put up a red flag, and my supervisor asked me if I knew the guy that just ran out of the store. I said, yes, that’s Bernard the oil-rig guy. I guess Bernard is not that well recognized by others. So, it’s just a gut feeling, but there’s something dubious and devious about the guy. He says follow the money and don’t tune into MSM, well maybe we should follow his money trail, because I don’t think he’s doing this from the bottom of his heart. I invite Bernard to visit me again and tell me why he ran out of the store.
commented 2016-12-12 12:32:13 -0500
Bernard may be a fake, whatever that means, but he sure makes a lot of sense in what he says.
commented 2016-12-12 12:30:18 -0500
Anon it happened under the NEP as well.
commented 2016-12-12 12:29:58 -0500
Cameron the government did destroy the jobs , and more taxes will kill more jobs.
commented 2016-12-12 12:29:12 -0500
A CTV report made note of the fact that the hotel staff had set up seating for 900, but, forgetting the large number of folks standing in the wings, spoke of the rally drawing “nearly 1000” people. The Calgary Herald got it right, saying “over 1000” were in attendance. Meanwhile, the CBC, which is not very good at math as well as reputable honest reporting says the rally drew only “about 800” people. Apart from their poor math and attempts to frame the protestors as representing an invasion of evil Trump-style politics in Alberta, the rest of the report was surprisingly fairly good:
commented 2016-12-12 12:23:02 -0500
Sorry, folks but Bernard is a fake.
commented 2016-12-12 12:09:06 -0500
Look, you don’t have to explain to me that losing a job sucks. I have been there before, on more than one occassion. And you know what? Many people have lost their jobs for no good reason. Yet, not everybody kils themselves and has the rebel blame the provincial government.

This is just the rebel stirring shit up to make themselves the savior for people.

If you think that losing a job kills people, then maybe you should thank the Alberta NDP for strengthening unions, as unions help protect jobs.
commented 2016-12-12 10:05:51 -0500
It looks like the rally was a grand time! Good on the Rebel and the participants!
commented 2016-12-12 08:55:51 -0500
EVELYN COOPER, in the history of The Church Of Global Warming, nowhere has it been stated what the correct temperature is. That, along with your points, I’d like to know.
commented 2016-12-12 04:57:53 -0500
Hey anonymous… It all kind of makes sense now, as I understand it you spent 17 years under NDP rule but just because you didn’t feel suicidal about that it doesn’t mean that suicides don’t happen when there are changes in fortune. Manitoba never did have much and under NDP rule they probably had less. To lose everything you worked for overnight after a few years of prosperity can be a life-changing event for some people. Now changes of fortune can come by themselves as a natural occurrence or they could be pressured into play by an irresponsible government whose only mandate is to dismantle everything in Alberta that was considered an asset, from farming to mining logging and finally to oil and energy.
There was nothing to dismantle in Manitoba the only thing that the NDP could do there was retard investment and future growth.
To put it into perspective it’s like having a Lamborghini and instead of being able to do 370 km an hour in it you are restricted to first gear at 500 RPM and expected to win races and to bring home the bacon for the pit crew and investors.
commented 2016-12-12 04:43:44 -0500
I tell you what anonymous… The NDP are indirectly responsible for it. Their policies are pushing opportunities out of this province and into either oblivion or other provinces . As I had tried to explain that desperation and suicide go hand-in-hand and the desperation sets in deeper and deeper with every people crushing move that the Notley administration makes. Whether it’s chasing investment out of the province or introducing taxes at the most inappropriate time… The tax that she’s introducing on January 1 is so mean spirited that is just unfathomable.

The NDP will be pushed out of Office and hopefully some form of responsible government takes the place of them but the depth of the damage will take years if not decades to repair.
The NDP have served their masters well.!!
commented 2016-12-12 04:28:48 -0500
Nobody is paying me to be here, and I am not some person who is using multiple accounts. You are paranoid, and are unable to accept a point of view besides your own. So therefore, you end up imagining all these other possibilities, none of which are true. Sort of like how the rebel are unable to understand the rise in suicides. So they imagine up unlikely scenarioes, such as how it was the evil NDP that did it to the citizens of Alberta. Yes, that’s right. It was somebody that paid me to come here, and it was the NDP that kill off Albertans.

And for the record, that was sarcasm.

I spent 17 years under NDP rule here in Manitoba. I am still alive, even though I have lost my job before under NDP rule.

Earlier this year, I helped vote the progressive conservative party into power. That does not make me feel less suicidal. But it is good that we Manitobans can gloat and say we have the only progressive conservative government in the whole country.
commented 2016-12-12 04:19:38 -0500
@anonymous….Jimmy, whoever is paying you to troll this site just isn’t getting their mony’s worth…now go home to whatever MSM crap organization you work for and proof read some obituaries you pathetic hack.
commented 2016-12-12 03:44:44 -0500
I am not making fun of suicide, and if anything, it is the rebel that is taking it lightly. The rebel have used the topic of suicide, and twisted it up to make it look like the NDP are solely responsible for people killing themselves.

Yet, no rebel reporter has managed to find ONE person, to come forward and say that their family member killed themselves because of the NDP. Not one.

There are times that I feel like donating to the rebel. But when they say stupid shit like this, I am not going to tithe into the bucket brigade that is getting passed around.
commented 2016-12-12 03:43:15 -0500
So I take it that Bernard said something that bit the cable that feeds him……:-) I do hope theREBEL has a recorded transcript. I only regret that I had but one cable TV feed to cancel for my country. Welcome home BZ.
commented 2016-12-12 03:30:27 -0500
@anonymous…leading factor in male suicide is divorce with loss of children…leading factor in divorce with loss of children is loss of livlihood…yes there IS a cause and effect relationship but I wouldn’t expect someone childless like Notley to have empathy for that.

And you are really scrapping the peanut butter jar Mr Nameless (and probably fatherless) MSM shill.
commented 2016-12-12 03:25:12 -0500
Anonymous… Again I caution you not to make fun or light of suicides.
If you’ve ever been a victim of somebody close to you killing themselves then you know what kind of pain that is and if you’ve never felt that you never want to and you never want anybody else to feel it either.
Desperation and suicide go hand-in-hand and Alberta has never experienced this much desperation in such a short period of time.. it usually takes the NDP five or 10 years to kill a province but they’ve made an exception in Alberta’s case and they’ll do it in two or three.
commented 2016-12-12 03:14:12 -0500
Some people have lost absolutely everything with our NDP government chasing out the rest of the oil investment here after the fall in price, with nothing but gloom and doom on the horizon in the form of carbon tax, green energy which is going to be so expensive people won’t even know what hit them and the loss of more Good paying jobs from our coal fire generators and even the loss of our “tech people” which develop and market things like carbon capture technology.
Their isn’t much good on the horizon for Alberta and some people in a really vulnerable moment take their lives from extreme depression.
And incidentally Alberta suicide rates are up dramatically.
commented 2016-12-12 03:06:12 -0500
WTF does take robot even mean?

I bring up the topic for a reason. If the rebel keeps crying wolf over Alberta suicides, it makes the right wing sound like lunatics. Think of it as the right wing equivalent to leftists calling you a deplorable. Pretty soon, nobody cares about what you have to say.
commented 2016-12-12 03:05:20 -0500
Hey Anon, I know it has felt like the NDP have been in power for the last 10 years but Stelmach and Redford were only NDP Light, and it has been just more than a year that Notely has taken the destruction of the Alberta people to a whole new level. Since you portend to know why the suicide rate has increased by 30% in the past year in Alberta why don’t you enlighten the rest of us here at The Rebel. Otherwise stop insulting the people here with your name calling and no facts to back you up.
commented 2016-12-12 02:51:19 -0500
Been through all this before Anon, why don’t you go do something useful somewhere else and take robot with you.
commented 2016-12-12 02:48:49 -0500
Are you honestly telling me that you actually believe the rebel when they say the NDP are responsible for increasing the suicide rate in Alberta?
commented 2016-12-12 02:37:01 -0500
Anonymous….is that all you got? Come on…..put some rational thought into our posts.

As a native Calgarian living in SE Alberta, i wished i could have been there. However, just got in from work south of Grande Prairie, had a bean and getting ready to sleep and do it all over again.
I will have some time when i come to in the morning to see all the videos etc. Great posts all, well a great majority of you.
BZ…great to see your safe and back posting.
I pretty sure i heard a few leftards heads exploding from here…….Love it!!
commented 2016-12-12 02:29:50 -0500
This is not conservatives, real conservatives would have listened looked at the lies and then spoke up against the lies rift in front of everyone. Morals used to be the conservatives way. Wanting low taxes because of moral of choice. Blaming others or the government for your job lose or failure was never a conservative way. Hard work and good choices is why you are successful and working. Never blame the government. This is ignorant, rude and out right bad politicking, period. I used to have respect for so many great people that are conservatives. Now I don’t see them standing up against this. I look at what’s left of the PC party and can only think it’s full of cowards.
commented 2016-12-12 01:55:15 -0500
im watching from bc
commented 2016-12-12 01:48:36 -0500
I really wish that you rebel reporters would stop blaming the NDP for driving Albertans into committing suicide. This is moronic. Is this what you think of Albertans, that they would resort to killing themselves because they lost their job?

I expect this kind of drivel from somebody who sensationalizes the news, such as Sheila, But Holly, I expected better from you. When you were a young and struggling single mother, you did not kill yourself. Instead, you got off your ass and got an education. So don’t try to tell us that the NDP are to blame for the suicide rate.
commented 2016-12-12 01:12:27 -0500
David Bell’s second attempt was some what more honest reporting. My gawd there are going to be some triggered people out there. So if that ballroom seated 900 and the walls were lined and every available floor space was packed with people standing, why does Bell report only 800?
CTV reported 900 plus, but just didn’t like the way over a thousands looked in print I guess. It was clearly packed to the rafters, say it!
It was a terrific rally,heartfelt speeches,peaceful crowd. Something to be proud of, just as the last rally was something to be proud of.