Justin Trudeau’s “TM” Pipe Dream Turning Into A Nightmare


The Periodic Table tells us water and oil don’t really like each other.  Much like what we are witnessing in today’s Hatfield-McCoy like feud between the BC and Alberta governments.  West Coast (First Nations) Environmentalists versus the prairie Crude Oil Industrialists… Eco-Protectionist’s versus the (Canadian) Alberta Oil Economy.

Now with the Federal Court “enforcing its own blockade” on the Trans Mountain Pipeline, AB Premiere Rachel Notely is going to pick up her marbles and walk away from the National Climate Plan.  #FoodFightPolitics

I wonder if our presumptuous Prime Minister experienced any recurring nightmares over this Labour Day Weekend; further comatized by US NAFTA talks slippin’ & slidin’ away.

A Dam-ing Reckoning Awaits the NDP in the Peace River District.


The new NDP Horgan government have reneged on their promise to the Moberly First Nation choosing to turn their backs on the First Nation People of Peace River.  Contending flooding 10,000 hectares of sacred lands and rural farmlands is worth the 4 billion dollars it will save on its debt as it offers nothing in return for the people of this province (as the voices of the First Nation People and rural farmers have nothing to offer our province). 

As the premier so callously stated:  it’s not the first time the Indigenous People will have been let down by government… there has been over 150 years (aka screwing) disappointing Indigenous People.  i.e. Why should I be the first BC Premier to respect and uphold First Nation Lands.

Source Metro News David P. Ball: “It Must Be Completed” & “Site C ‘a stain’ on reconciliation
Noteworthy… Today’s NSN “viewpoint” cartoon editorial and I are for once on the same page.