Native Leaders Blast Eco-Colonial White Leftists


Danbones
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#31
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

They'll reproduce like rabbits, if you let 'em.

You compare the natives to something you keep in a cage?

You must be an obamanaught.

Next thing you know, you will be baiting them on hooks to catch Muskies.

Say, you weren't one of the PRO VACCINE FkTaRdS that was behind the tetanus vaccine they used to sterilize 40,000 Native women a few years ago were you?
 
Ron in Regina
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+2
#32
[QUOTE=Jinentonix;2718396]https://edmontonjournal.com/business/lo ...
m“It’s clear to everybody that what this (Trudeau) government is doing is pandering to elitist environmental groups who want to make a park in our backyard. They don’t give a damn about the human cost, the lack of any opportunity up there.”
The Trudeau government is now preparing to pass into law Bill C-48, which would forever ban all tanking of Alberta crude off the northwest B.C. coast, a bill that Helin and Alberta political leaders like Rachel Notley and Jason Kenney agree needs to be trashed.
Helin does not accept the romantic idea that the northwest B.C. coast is some special Indigenous area where industrial activity must never be permitted. “This whole notion we were this noble Indian looking at the environment, it’s a manufactured idea of Western imperialism. By trying to impose all this crap on our people, this is just a further form of colonialism, which I call eco-colonialism.”
Hundreds of First Nations leaders across Western Canada feel the same way. Together with Helin as project chairman they are pushing for the new Eagle Spirit pipeline corridor from the oilsands of Fort McMurray to the coastal waters of the Lax Kw’alaams, with the support of all 35 First Nations along that route. They would be majority owners of the $12-billion, 1,500-km multi-pipeline super highway....[/QUOTE]


Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

So. . . one native businessman is "Native Leaders?"

Sure....why not?
 
Hoid
#33
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But a major oil spill would be catastrophic.

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Ron in Regina
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#34
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

https://coastalfirstnations.ca/bill-c48/

Coastal First Nations want C-48 , as does everyone who lives/works on the water or cares about the Earth

The Great Bear Rainforest is at risk from oil tanker traffic.
Tankers transporting crude oil or persistent oil to US and overseas markets frequently navigate the turbulent waters and rocky, narrow channels of the coast.

Diesel and oil spills have already happened.

But a major oil spill would be catastrophic.

• • •

HELP US PASS BILL C-48.

Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Helin does not accept the romantic idea that the northwest B.C. coast is some special Indigenous area where industrial activity must never be permitted. “This whole notion we were this noble Indian looking at the environment, it’s a manufactured idea of Western imperialism. By trying to impose all this crap on our people, this is just a further form of colonialism, which I call eco-colonialism.”
Hundreds of First Nations leaders across Western Canada feel the same way. Together with Helin as project chairman they are pushing for the new Eagle Spirit pipeline corridor from the oilsands of Fort McMurray to the coastal waters of the Lax Kw’alaams, with the support of all 35 First Nations along that route. They would be majority owners of the $12-billion, 1,500-km multi-pipeline super highway....

Maybe not everybody.
 
Cliffy
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#35
The pipeline, even if built, will never run oil anywhere. It is the last kick at the cat. Oil is dead. The tar sands are dead. Nobody wants that crap any more. Natives will lose their shirts if they think they are going to invest in that dead horse. It is a really bad investment.
 
Hoid
#36
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Maybe not everybody.

White Natty's lie about indians.

who would have guessed?
 
Hoid
#37
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

The pipeline, even if built, will never run oil anywhere. It is the last kick at the cat. Oil is dead. The tar sands are dead. Nobody wants that crap any more. Natives will lose their shirts if they think they are going to invest in that dead horse. It is a really bad investment.

The plan is for Alberta to pump only refined oil - no dilbit or tar or whatever they call that crap.
 
Twin_Moose
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+4
#38
Bahahahaha Cliffy you make me laugh, that makes me wonder why we are not expanding the Oil patch, get 'er pumped out before the market is taken away from us, make every cent we can from a dying market, eh Cliffy? Then we can cash in on the encased uranium battery market, or next energy.
 
spilledthebeer
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

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Diesel and oil spills have already happened.

But a major oil spill would be catastrophic.

• • •

HELP US PASS BILL C-48.




Congratulations HOID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!


You have found a new vein of LIE-beral horsesh+t to mine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!


Too bad you have not noticed that this new Sh=T is the same as the old despised stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!


I think we should be making jokes now about your Quixotic resemblance to an old guy from La Mancha..................................


Its just your misfortune that you are so much LESS memorable or interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



And maybe we should be asking what Sancho Panza thinks of your sh+t?????????????????????????????


Oh............wait................................ ....................


Sancho gave up on you long ago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!


Just like Cdns are doing with idiot LIE-berals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
MHz
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#40
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

The plan is for Alberta to pump only refined oil - no dilbit or tar or whatever they call that crap.

Plastic pellets, anybody aware that is what the NOVA plants produce and they are the plants that have been expanding in the last decade or so. They can also be shipped by pipe, a big pipe
 
taxslave
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#41
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

https://coastalfirstnations.ca/bill-c48/
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The Great Bear Rainforest is at risk from oil tanker traffic.
Tankers transporting crude oil or persistent oil to US and overseas markets frequently navigate the turbulent waters and rocky, narrow channels of the coast.
Diesel and oil spills have already happened.
But a major oil spill would be catastrophic.
• • •
HELP US PASS BILL C-48.

Only a small minority want to kill all industry on the coast ANd most of them don't even live on the coast and have never even visited the area they pretend to know what is best for. The vast majority of us, including natives not on US payrolls are in favor of both pipelines and terminals. For too long our economic well being has been prohibited by irresponsible southern based governments and US financed protesters.
 
Ron in Regina
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#42
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

https://edmontonjournal.com/business/lo ... ssman-says
“It’s clear to everybody that what this (Trudeau) government is doing is pandering to elitist environmental groups who want to make a park in our backyard. They don’t give a damn about the human cost, the lack of any opportunity up there.”
The Trudeau government is now preparing to pass into law Bill C-48, which would forever ban all tanking of Alberta crude off the northwest B.C. coast, a bill that Helin and Alberta political leaders like Rachel Notley and Jason Kenney agree needs to be trashed.
Helin does not accept the romantic idea that the northwest B.C. coast is some special Indigenous area where industrial activity must never be permitted. “This whole notion we were this noble Indian looking at the environment, it’s a manufactured idea of Western imperialism. By trying to impose all this crap on our people, this is just a further form of colonialism, which I call eco-colonialism.”
Hundreds of First Nations leaders across Western Canada feel the same way. Together with Helin as project chairman they are pushing for the new Eagle Spirit pipeline corridor from the oilsands of Fort McMurray to the coastal waters of the Lax Kw’alaams, with the support of all 35 First Nations along that route. They would be majority owners of the $12-billion, 1,500-km multi-pipeline super highway. Who'd'a thunk it.


Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

White Natty's lie about indians.

who would have guessed?


I just read the OP. Some others have also, some maybe not. Maybe all 'Natty's (?)' aren't white? Maybe 'Natty's' come in many shades? Maybe just buttonholing all with dissenting opinions with labels is a lazy way to debate.
 
Hoid
#43
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Only a small minority want to kill all industry on the coast ANd most of them don't even live on the coast and have never even visited the area they pretend to know what is best for. The vast majority of us, including natives not on US payrolls are in favor of both pipelines and terminals. For too long our economic well being has been prohibited by irresponsible southern based governments and US financed protesters.

You are a silly little internet troll who represents only himself.
 
taxslave
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#44
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

You are a silly little internet troll who represents only himself.

DOn't look in the mirror when you post. We already know what you are.
 
Hoid
#45
Im not the one using the "we" pronoun.
 
taxslave
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#46
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Im not the one using the "we" pronoun.

That is because you don't represent anyoone but your own selfish interest.
 
Hoid
#47
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

That is because you don't represent anyoone but your own selfish interest.

you do?
 
pgs
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+3
#48
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

The pipeline, even if built, will never run oil anywhere. It is the last kick at the cat. Oil is dead. The tar sands are dead. Nobody wants that crap any more. Natives will lose their shirts if they think they are going to invest in that dead horse. It is a really bad investment.

Global energy use increased by close to 3% last year . Oil usage also increased during the year . If the global consumption of oil is rising how can you say oil is dead ?
 
pgs
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#49
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Im not the one using the "we" pronoun.

Well I also know what you are . So there .
 
DaSleeper
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#50
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Well I also know what you are . So there .

Nobody as condescending as he his represents anyone but himself!!
 
spilledthebeer
#51
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Plastic pellets, anybody aware that is what the NOVA plants produce and they are the plants that have been expanding in the last decade or so. They can also be shipped by pipe, a big pipe




STUPID MHz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


AS usual!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !


Somebody or other has developed a method of encasing oil in what are essentially hockey pucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The "pucks' have definite advantages!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!


Assuming the experiments work as planned!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Having oil encased in those pucks would mean oil can be shipped CLEANLY..........................


by train with no risk of a spill if the rail car comes off the track thanks to the usual CRAPPY corporate maintenance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


After such a derailment it would be a simple matter of crews picking up the pucks and putting them in bins to be hauled away!!!!!!!!



If the pucks function as planned it would KILL any need for a new oil pipeline as rail cars could do the shipping job without a lot of fuss!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Of course................if the pucks do function as planned then LIE-berals will then HAVE AN ENTIRE NEW INDUSTRY TO KILL OFF!!!!!!!!!!!


LIE-berals have told us the truth:


That they want to put the price of oil up so HIGH that we cannot afford to use the stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Ron in Regina
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#52
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Global energy use increased by close to 3% last year . Oil usage also increased during the year . If the global consumption of oil is rising how can you say oil is dead ?

What percentage did the Global population increase last year?
 
Hoid
+1
#53
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Well I also know what you are . So there .

Nope. I only represent myself.

Since I am a normal member of society I have no need for back up. I get all I need in my everyday life.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#54
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

What percentage did the Global population increase last year?

Good question.
 
spilledthebeer
#55
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

https://coastalfirstnations.ca/bill-c48/

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The Great Bear Rainforest is at risk from oil tanker traffic.
Tankers transporting crude oil or persistent oil to US and overseas markets frequently navigate the turbulent waters and rocky, narrow channels of the coast.

Diesel and oil spills have already happened.

But a major oil spill would be catastrophic.

• • •

HELP US PASS BILL C-48.






POOR HOID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Truth and logic are version of reality that he must overcome with his lies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!

 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#56
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Good question.

Bigger than a bread box, moron.