Sunday, February 8, 2015

Christy Clark`s LNG Superpower Nightmare(A look Into The Future)

Make some popcorn, have twizzlers at the ready..

This is some scary shit people..

One more reason why BC Liberal Government`s LNG fantasy must be prevented.

I urge John Horgan and the BC NDP to start thinking about humanity and the survival of mankind itself.

And ....A tip of the hat and congratulations to Andrew Weaver for winning his defamation law suit against Canada`s and Stephen Harper`s flagship business propaganda newspaper The National Post..


"Justice Emily Burke said in her Feb. 5, 2015 Reasons for Judgment that the articles had defamed Weaver, though they did not constitute malice. 

"The plaintiff's integrity and credibility as a professor and scientist was called into question, thereby damaging his personal and scientific reputation," Burke wrote.
"I conclude the defendants have been careless or indifferent to the accuracy of the facts," she wrote. "As evident from the testimony of the defendants, they were more interested in espousing a particular view than assessing the accuracy of the facts."


The Supreme Court of Canada slapped down the National Post for slandering with deliberate Zeal Andrew Weaver`s assertions and credentials.....The campaign launched by The National Post was part of the big oil lobby and Federal Harper Government propaganda scheme designed to con the public and win elections for the Conservative Party of Canada..

Take your pick people, do you want life for your children, Grandchildren or do you want death...

Stephen Harper and Christy Clark have made their choice....


The public has seen the light, and it`s not Harper and Big OIl.

Maybe one day British Columbia will have two viable political parties rather than two-sides representing the same coin

The Straight Goods

Cheers Eyes Wide Open


Just for the Record said...

Arthur Berman: Why Today's Shale Era Is The Retirement Party For Oil Production

"Much of what's been 'sold' to us about the shale oil revolution is massively over-hyped. The amount of commercially-recoverable shale oil is much less than touted, returns much less net energy than the petroleum our economy was built around, and is extremely unprofitable to extract for most drillers at today's lower oil price. To separate the hype from reality, Arthur Berman explains the recent oil production boost from shale drilling as short-lived and somewhat desperate; a kind of last hurrah before the lights get turned out...

Anonymous said...

What lack of democracy looks like in BC.?