I am making this disclaimer, so there is no misunderstanding of my position and what I am asserting is research information. In no way am I accusing anyone of irresponsible or criminal actions, I am disclosing what I have found in research and am speculating my personal beliefs as a result of that information.. Robert Rombough June 10, 2016
What drives environmentally founded politicians like Rachel Notley to ignore information before her of the many renewable resource agenda failures as reported in the link above. Many well-researched reports give the kind of information required to base responsible leadership decisions. You would think Examples of past failures are there for our political leaders (Rachel Notley) to utilize so they will not repeat these costly mistakes at the expense of the populous they govern over
Here in Alberta Premier Notley has chosen to install her personal mandate of “Save the World” under the premise of changing Alberta’s economic dependency on oil and switching it to a Renewable Energy based Economy. It appears Ms. Notley believes climate change technology will catch up to her dream and is willing to use Albertans as Guinea pigs and their wallets to finance this doomed and costly venture and unfortunately is using the NDP majority government to do so.
I believe there are two ways to approach what you perceive as a problem one with a portfolio filled with sound information supporting both sides of the debate allowing the user to formulate a plan of action which benefits the populous based on the information in the portfolio. As an example as stated in the article written by Lorrie Goldstein Toronto Sun Columnist 2016/06/08 “First, 100% of climate scientists agree climate change is real because the climate has been changing for billions of years, from ice ages to tropical conditions and back again.” This quote is a simple truth ignored by environmentalists as it doesn’t fit their Global warming agenda which by the way they are now calling “Climate Change.”
The second approach (currently being used by Premier Notley), is to utilize your personal mandate as the foundation disregard any opposition and opposing information, implement your Bill and look for future technology to support it. The link below is proof of how inefficient this form of governing is/has been and the overall consequences attached to it.
The point here is to look at the billions of subsidy dollars poured into this approach and to recognize who is reaping the benefits it certainly isn’t the populous or the province https://mothersagainstwindturbines.com/2016/06/04/kathleen-wynne-and-the-wind-industry-hand-in-hand-corruption/
So from what I can see through the previous link is a strong warning placed before us of what occurred in Europe, Australia, and closer to home Ontario as possibly being repeated here in Alberta.
My intuition tells me that further investigation is necessary of who is/was in the background lobbying for this legislature to pass and what funding involvement they might benefit as a result. Additional alarms are sounding in my mind as a consequence of the recent visit by Ontario’s Premier Wynne (currently under corruption investigation), what was the real intent of the tour? Who might Wynne be representing or introducing to Premier Notley within the Renewable Energy Movement; especially just prior to the passing of Notley’s bill 20? The question I have is who might gain by investing into Alberta via this bill? Premier Notley promises high employment rates and movement forward in the renewable sector as a result of this law. Common Sense Prevails: Poland to Ban Wind Power
As I stated earlier, a knowledgeable approach to this situation would be the best approach. Noting “Germany is seen as the World authority in this field” and due to their current political movement, along with Poland’s current move to shut down their program, I believe the following links may hold some important info for Premier Notley to consider.
I recognize there is an enormous amount of information here to take in then digest and discern I also believe this debate will go on and on. I ask you to remember I am just a small Alberta businessman looking for the truth.