The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is gushing into an Oiler Notely/Hulk Horgan no holds barred showdown, right down to the last drop of wine…err oil. There is no BC/Alberta media shortage on this issue so will let one of my online sources CBC take over my editorial copy that led to today’s editorial cartoon…
Noteworthy: “BC Winery TIME” produces bottles of Pinot Gris and Cabernet Merlot with the Flames’ distinctive flaming “C” logo on the wine label, along with the slogan “It’s Go TIME.” (apparently Premier Notely isn’t a “Flames Fan?)
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.
A lie keeps growing and growing until it’s as plain as the nose on your face. Just ask CNV mayor Density Massutto or better yet ask its latest compliant: BC NDP Leader (Hulk) Horgan. Whom I like to flesh colour green because of his apparent hulking temper and the Green Party that runs through his veins keeping him in power – now you know. #PinocchioNoseOnlyLies
NDP’s Sept 11th first Budget for far too many in the lower 47% income bracket had their hopes cast aside much like every other provincial government immediately after being empowered. Promises reconfigured, put on a TBD back burner, probably never seeing the light of day like Horgan’s: $10-a-day child-care program. The elimination of Medical Service Plan premiums and lest we forget a much needed $400 annual subsidy for renters. ALL still in the works for another day, maybe in their next budget, or the one after or maybe after the next election when/if the NDP hold a legitimate solo majority… sound familiar? #dontHoldyourBreath