Eco-terrorists and foreign paid for rent-mobs are doing their best to destroy western Canadian resources, by shutting down Canada’s economy with the illegal barricading of our national railways.
Either there is another agenda evilly lurking in the background, or those who are doing their damndest to cause great economic hardships to our country are the biggest hypocrites on the planet.
The hypocrisy of the federal government via Justin Trudeau, is his refusal to ‘do anything’ proactive to get our country back on track. He prefers to provide platitudes and lip service and promising respectful ‘dialogue’. The issue with the ‘dialogue’ is, no one that matters wants to dialogue with him.
The hypocrisy of the eco-terrorists and rent-a-mobs is their laser focus on shutting down oil and gas in Western Canada, while ignoring the destruction of earth in Val d’ Or Quebec, via open pit mining.
Residents near the the Malartic Gold Mine have launched a class action suit against the mining company.
ABOUT 1,200 PEOPLE LIVING CLOSE TO THE LARGE OPEN PIT MINE IN QUEBEC’S ABITIBI REGION, WANT TO BE COMPENSATED FOR DAMAGES RELATED TO DUST, NOISE AND EXPLOSIONS THEY CLAIM TO HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO FOR MANY YEARS.
In 2018, Troilus Gold merged with Malartic to expand the mining operations over a larger area in Quebec, and the eco-terrorists are silent.
They, and their rent-a-mobs along with the Liberal bought off media, spend their time trashing pipelines, fear mongering about ‘environmental hazards’ that will destroy the planet, if Canadian oil and gas resources are allowed to build pipelines and expand their operations.
Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. It runs from the Arctic Ocean to the Gulf of Alaska at Valdez 800 miles (1,300 km)
(Photo copyright: Luca Galuzzi)
Buried pipeline in Swan Hills Alberta:
So yes, the hypocrisy is rampant in our country, starting at the head – Justin Trudeau.
He didn’t place any environmental policies, bureaucracy or miles of red tape and hoops for the mining companies to jump through. There were no environmental assessments, studies on GHG pertaining to upstream/downstream emissions. Nor is there a plan in place to reclaim the land once the open pit mines are closed.
It seems there are two sets of rules with this current government: Alberta having to meet hundreds of regulations, and once they’ve been met, the Trudeau Liberals move the goalposts. While in Quebec, their resource sectors are free to go about their operations without any governmental interference.
There has to be a middle ground. This government cannot continue with its divisive politics of shutting down one resource sector, while allowing others to operate with impunity.
British Columbia is the largest exporter of coal in our country.
In Ontario the ex-Liberal governments of McGuinty and Wynne, waged a 10 year war on coal by shutting down all of the provinces coal fired electricity generating plants, putting thousands out of work. Yet, no one is up in arms with BC’s shipping millions of tonnes of dirty coal off to third world countries and China?
This hypocrisy of our government is dividing our country like never before. It has successfully pitted Quebec and British Columbia against Alberta.
The irony is, Quebec and British Columbia are the worst violators of the ‘green’ agenda Justin Trudeau has in store for Canada, while the environmentally responsible Oil and Gas industry are the ones being punished.