DISLOYALTY: Anti-Oil Sands Groups Must Be Investigated For Ties To Saudi Money

‘Canadian’ groups that oppose the oil sands are showing disloyalty to our country and are doing the bidding of countries like Saudi Arabia.

Many people have pointed out that the groups that attack the Canadian oil sands and try to destroy our energy industry never protest against Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, the US oil industry, Nigeria, Iran, or any other oil producing nations.

The groups focus exclusively on attacking Canadian oil, even though it’s by far the most ethical and environmentally responsible oil on the entire planet.

This raises the obvious question: Who are those groups really working for, and who is paying their bills?

As noted in this great article, the funding that goes to Tides – one of the biggest anti-oil sands organizations in the world – can’t be fully traced:

“The Tides Foundation and the Tides Center have weaved a complex web that stretches across North America. The most troubling fact is that a majority of Tides funding can’t be directly traced. Most of the donations and funds that go to Tides are filtered through the enterprises and subsidiary groups of various organizations and individual investors. To make its web even more complex and difficult to track is Tides’ strategy of creating several projects and advocacy groups with different names, different CEOs and different environmental directives. For good reason, some critics of Tides have referred to the organization as a massive money laundering operation.”

That means the money attacking the Canadian oil sands could really be coming from anywhere, and the Saudis certainly have shown a willingness to spend gigantic sums of money to influence other nations.

Beyond that, we need to look at the basic truth of this situation:

The more oil that Canada produces, the less powerful Saudi Arabia is. Since oil is really all they have, they are desperate to maintain their market position. So, they have a direct interest in weakening their oil producing competitors.

For example, Saudi Arabia clearly wants to see Iran’s government fall apart (which wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing overall – but for other reasons than what the Saudis want). Iranian instability means more oil profit for Saudi Arabia.

When it comes to Canada, if we can’t build pipelines, and if every energy industry project is strangled by opposition, it also means more oil profit for Saudi Arabia.

So, it would actually be a surprise if Saudi Arabia wasn’t funding anti-oil sands groups in Canada.

That’s why those groups must be fully investigated and held accountable. If they are serving foreign interests, then they are disloyal to Canada.

We cannot allow our nation to be subverted and weakened from the inside any longer.

Spencer Fernando

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  1. If Canada had a Canadian government, these groups would have been, checked charged and removed from Canada, Mr. Harper was trying to have this looked into, but too late as they supported the puppet Lieberal/NDP and as soon as they were falsely elected the Lieberals stopped the CRA from looking into these phony radical agenda questionable charities, that put our fake foreign run puppet government in place, all of these people need to be in prison or worse. I hope they have not bought out the Conservatives now also.
    This is a world problem, and the UN seems to be behind all this also.
    Our NON Canadian, wreck Canada government, has outright stated they want to phase out oil and gas production, are basically getting rid of private companies, so is it really Saudi Arabia or our fake puppets, just putting on yet another dog and pony show and are in cahoots with Saudi Arabia.

  2. Another PS: We are so stupid here that we let these groups in, they destroyed Venezuela and the Syrians say that is what happened there also. Russia and the USA , keep throwing them out, Russia if they do leave puts them in prison. I am pretty sure Iran, Iraq , Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, etc. would not allow these same people in their countries, so why are we?

  3. The organic protester has made their point and would walk away knowing it is deemed in Canada’s collective interest, but they seem to smell blood now, and rightfully so. That is not organic. Despite the unknown backers in opposition Trudeau is showing us how to really bleed. It is interesting that they both seem to have the same result on our oil industry and investment in general. This is because the oil industry is just the first now that a Rubicon has been crossed. Our work is cut out for us but are we up to the task. I’m having my doubts for the rules seemed to have changed lately and quicker than the collective can acknowledge. The polarization is in your face now and I see no move to correct that. I too see it as a diversion but by whom? We need more than just an investigation. Have the globalists corrupted the left and is this just another one of their tactics, we need to know that, and quickly. If not, at least, our aim could be refocused more clearly to the true cause, but aim we must. Before the metaphor becomes the reality. Mark my words, the armed forces will be needed before this pipeline is built if they don’t control the opposition and their aim will tell the tale. We have to correctly identify our foes or prove it is organic in nature. Simple enough but it is vital. I think we could kill two birds here with one stone, so to speak. Let freedom ring.

  4. Many an Aboriginal and other “activists” who have nothing better to do than think it is smart to get on their high horse and protest the very thing that provides jobs and the economy!! Work? Is that in their vocabulary? And where do they get the money to set up protest camps & spend hours, days, weeks protesting!! LAZY!! They should be contributing not demanding that these projects be stopped oh but that might be out of their league, let someone else “provide” and “contribute” even “fix” things, eh? How do they propose they are going to gain financially by stopping progress. How do they propose heating their homes, having electricity, having products that is provided by oil, even fuel for their vehicles? Let them walk, use horses again and live in teepees!! And if they fight the use of wood, well how are they to keep warm in winter? (I respectfully refuse to call them First Nations – aren’t first and why do we need more nations within a nation in which they benefit while the rest of us struggle??)

    1. There are many Indigenous groups and communities that support pipelines, but the elitist media almost never gives them any news coverage, so it gives a skewed picture of what people think.

  5. There are just just two reasons why Canada can’t get a pipeline to tidewater or attract large enough foreign investments. The first is the public at large, just don’t do enough critical thinking or research before deciding to stand against the oil industry in Canada. And that is because the public is force fed whatever these foreign funded NGOs say is the truth and is backed up by the media , who really don’t put anymore effort into researching the facts, than their publishers, editors, or producers will allow.
    The next reason is that politicians have gone from doing what is in the best interests for all Canadians and Canada to serving only the very small and extremely vocal interests of these foreign funded NGOs, all to maintain a large enough voting base with which to keep themselves elected.
    For Canada and our oil industry to survive, there has to be real and true leadership, like what Trump has done to upset the leftist ideological agenda in the states, to be courageous enough to risk the wrath of the hardcore leftists and do what has to be done: that is build the pipelines and bring to justice those who have tried to use the oil industry as a means to subvert our Canadian democracy, economy and thus control all Canadians , without them being held accountable. Because if these foreign NGOs are allowed to succeed, then Canada will become just a leftist playground, for which we will all suffer very badly.

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