International Meddling: Putting a stop to foreign interests hijacking Canada

by 1389 on February 24, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), Canada, energy, George Soros, government regulation

It’s all about foreign interests (including the Rockefeller Foundation and George Soros’ Tides Foundation) attempting to stop Canada from extracting, using, and exporting its own energy resources by interfering with their regulatory process. Who benefits? Hostile oil-producing countries, including Venezuela and the Muslim middle east.

Foreign meddling in Canada’s Gateway pipeline planning

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While we loved Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid — yes, it was a long time ago — and Leonardo DiCaprio may win an Oscar for channelling J. Edgar Hoover, neither has any business sticking their nose in the Northern Gateway environmental hearings that begin today.

The Gateway pipeline from the oilsands of Alberta to the shores of B.C. is entirely on Canadian soil.

Unlike the Keystone XL, it will not run through the United States to Texas. It will run from Fort McMurray to Kitimat, B.C.

Two American movie stars who emote on cue may draw a crowd, but the Gateway project, to put it bluntly, gives them no role in the script.

It’s Canada’s business, and Canada’s alone.

Our advice would be to take these two liberal outsiders off the insanely long and left-leaning list of 4,500 witnesses, and let them save their sideshow for Keystone.

That piece of theatre, however, won’t hit the stage until after this year’s U.S. presidential election, but it was the commotion over Keystone that put Gateway in motion.

If there was any question that foreign interference is high on the agenda of the left, look no further than the tax return of the billionaire Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the $100,000 it gave to the West Coast Environmental Law activist group that was specifically earmarked to derail the Gateway pipeline.

There are multi-billions of dollars in revenues for generations to come lying in the oilsands of Alberta, and to leave those dollars untapped over doomsday rhetoric would do more harm to Canada than any hypothetical environmental disaster envisioned by left.

If the Obama administration would rather buy the conflict oil of the Persian Gulf than the ethical oil of Canada’s oilsands, then Canada must push the Gateway pipeline through to service the insatiable appetites of countries like China.

Those revenues will go a long way to bettering the lives of Canadians for decades, and funding the social programs of the future that liberals so covet.

And, as for those concerned about massive oil tankers plying the west coast, where is their concern about the oil tankers bringing conflict oil to North America?

It doesn’t seem to exist.

– Toronto Sun

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 morticia February 24, 2012 at 2:12 pm

We need legislation in this country in regard to the % of our resources and land that we are willing to allow foreigners to own, including interglobal corporations…..
We are outraged when we hear of countries nationalizing their resources and I ask WHY?????

When I found out that Fairmont Corporation, main shares being A-rabs, now owns all of Canadas major historic site hotels in Banff, Jasper, Vancouver, Toronto, all major cities, that was the tip of the iceberg, a wakeup call, and because we are unable to see the implications of the results of all this foreign ownership we will suffer all the sad and sorry consequences….

We are already in our gas prices and prices of utilities and water…

I support the Conservative Federal government and I want to know what organizations are working toward lobbying them to create this legislation??????

Or are we all asleep

We need a shake up of the provincial government here too, corrupt and toooooo long in power

2 Magister Ludi February 24, 2012 at 9:57 pm

This is completely off topic, sorry.

I just wanted to pass along the term ISLAMOCRAT, as in “someone who struggles for Islamic Rule.”

As the Left so well understands, it is important to label our enemies, and we don’t have a lot of good labels for this enemy. Please pass it along if you think it will help our cause.

Best Wishes for all of your heroic efforts

3 CzechRebel February 24, 2012 at 11:22 pm

We like this kind of “completely off topic” comment. Thanks for visiting the 1389 blog.

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4 K. aka Kel February 26, 2012 at 7:29 am

I understand a native group in BC (Great Bear Rainforest) has accepted around 14 million of Saudi Arabia $$ in aid the boycott of the Pipeline thus far.

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