Saturday, April 13, 2019

Jason Kenney can go f*ck himself



Global is reporting that " With just three days to go before Alberta goes to the polls, United Conservative Leader (UCP) Jason Kenney is ramping up his threats towards B.C. At a campaign rally in Edmonton Friday night, Kenney renewed his pledge to "turn off the taps" of gasoline "within an hour" of being sworn in as premier."

Alberta greed is off the hook. We have a port they have oil. Cut off the tap and no more oil goes out of our port anywhere. Go f*ck yourself you selfish POS. You can't keep f*cking people over forever. Eventually they are going to fight back. You don't care about the rest of Canada or the rest of the planet for that matter. You only care about yourselves. You live a very selfish life.

Jason Kenney is Satan. There is no religion in him.

Jason Kenney and Rachel Notley have persuaded me to become a Trump supporter in a nonsense. Canada needs a wall - between BC and Alberta. We'll take Banff and Lake Louise and you can have the rest of Alberta all to yourselves. You can airlift your oil to China.



Exposing Alberta's lies once and for all

11 comments:

  1. It's whatever they think will win them an election.

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    1. Exactly. So when they say their oil is good for Canada they really mean it's only good for themselves. They don't give a rat's ass about the rest of Canada or the environment. That's why they pulled out of the climate plan.

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  2. He's a blowhard spouting empty threats. Consider how much that comes in through the various ports in B.C. goes east from B.C. into Alberta. Cut that off and Albertans will be outside his house with torches and pitchforks. (No guns for you, too "American"...) Not to mention that his Chinese market for oil requires passage through B.C. in one way or another.

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    1. It's a REALLY offensive threat. Create complete chaos for no reason whatsoever. There's no mutual trust to build a future agreement on.


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  3. Jason Kenney has always been "offensive" in my opinion: racist, homophobic; religious nutbar are words which spring to mind about him. The Montreal Simon blog always has a lovely picture up of Jason, in his high heeled boots, "pimp coat", body suit--sort of like a drag queen in waiting....its funny. If you go back approx. 5 years on that blog you'll find all sorts of information about Kenney.

    Kenney is appealing to his base, in the same manner Trump does. People don't stop to question what Kenney is saying. He appeals to people who want vengeance but don't know on who really, so B.C. is as good a candidate as they can get and we have an NDP government from whom only bad things flow, in their minds. If Kenney and his Cons "turn off the tap" it will be like cutting off your nose to spite your face. No oil goes out and no money comes in.

    There are people in B.C. who will see this as a good thing, because the tar in Alberta no longer is being worked on and that is better for the environment. It may cost more to purchase gas in B.C. if Kenney passes the law and turns off the taps, but on the other hand, it may clean up our air very, very quickly. Many will take the plunge and purchase electric cars; many will start using public transit, some may quiet their jobs and find work closer to home. That may be cost effective for some if they're not paying $500 or $600 a month in gas bills and lowering their car insurance.

    It may also do something Kenney, never thought of: cause the federal government to expropriate the oil pipelines. they have already purchased a pipelines which has to be built, but they could expropriate the current one and the land it sits on and turn on the taps, build a couple of refineries, which is what we really need to bring the cost of gas down and every one is happy ever after, except of course Kenney. It may give Trudeau a great election issue.

    As to Kenney's claims he'll try to end transfer payments. Dumb,. dumb, dumb. In the past Alberta received transfer payments and then because a "have" province so they contributed, but if the oil industry goes down and Jason can't get his act together to improve the economy, and there are no transfer payments, it will hit Alberta very hard and they'll be back to where they were prior to the Leduc oil strike, when they were too poor to build roads and build schools in rural areas. Jason has a short term memory and many living in Alberta today, don't know anything about its past. They don't even know what it was like in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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    1. There's nothing wrong with being religious but he obviously is not religious. His action are the opposite of what religion teaches. He's just another clown that pimps the church for his own personal gain.

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  4. Jason Kenney is also under investigation by the RCMP regarding alleged "cheating" to become leader of the Con party in Alberta. CBC had an item up regarding the matter and also interviewed a man whose family was interviewed by the RCMP. the story alleges, Jason's Cons signed up people to vote for him in the leadership race, but they never got to vote. The ballots with the codes, were sent to a "central" address where some one else voted. Now some are arguing it doesn't matter, his opponents would not have won anyhow. That isn't the point though. It throws into disrepute how party leaders are elected and if that happens, who do we really have as Premier or P.M. some fake, who faked his win? Not a good thing. If Kenney's campaign did do as alleged they ought to be tried and sent to jail for "fucking' with the electoral system. We do have to draw a line some where. Many are already expressing concern regarding foreign entities "fucking' with our up coming federal election. We don't need citizens in our own country, especially political leaders doing it.

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    1. Looks like Alberta is SOL this election. Both top candidates are raging lunatics.

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  5. Chaos and the tearing down of social structure is the only way "they" can take over. People need to read a history book to see where this leads. People who want to be in charge want to be completely in charge, hence they want you guns, to replace education with indoctrination, etc., etc..

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  6. Like many said:

    https://calgaryherald.com/news/politics/braid-on-day-1-kenney-mutes-threats-seeks-provincial-allies

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    1. There's no turning back from making offensive threats like that. The Bitumen deal is dead in the water. I will have nothing to do with him at all.

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