David Suzuki says pipeline bombings will happen if government doesn’t bow down to terrorists

Speaking at an Extinction Rebellion protest, Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki said that pipelines would be bombed if the government didn’t capitulate to his and his eco-terrorist buddies’ radical agenda.

Thomas Lambert

November 22, 2021


Speaking at an Extinction Rebellion protest, Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki said that pipelines would be bombed if the government didn’t capitulate to his and his eco-terrorist buddies’ radical agenda.

“We’re in deep, deep doo-doo,” Suzuki said while speaking at an Extinction Rebellion protest on Saturday. “This is what [we’ve] come to, the next stage after this, there are going to be pipelines blown up if our leaders don’t pay attention to what’s going on.”

On Monday, Suzuki coyly walked his comments back, saying that he doesn’t support bombings but views the government as the aggressor (not the violent protestors) and says he doesn’t know what other options they other than taking violent action.

“The violence is coming from the authorities, from [the] government, from the RCMP,” Suzuki told the National Post. “They’re declaring war against those that are protesting.”

“I think [the government is] going to be threatened by groups that feel government isn’t doing anything,” Suzuki said.

In Alberta, the Alberta NDP, led by Rachel Notley, threw their support behind the eco-terrorists threatening violence, framing them as the victims in all of this while simultaneously utilizing Indigenous issues as a crutch and justification.

As per a motion passed by the New Democratic Youth of Alberta, “For the ANDP to express its solidarity with Wet’suwet’en First Nation, denounce the violence enacted against members of Wet’suwet’en First Nation and land defenders by the RCMP, and to call on the BCNDP provincial government and the federal government of Canada to immediately withdraw the RCMP from Wet’suwet’en territory and halt the Coastal GasLink pipeline project until the free, prior and informed consent of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs is given.”

To his credit, Premier Jason Kenney has condemned both Suzuki’s and the Alberta NDP’s radical promises of a war of terror.

“This incitement to violence by David Suzuki is dangerous, and should be condemned universally,” wrote Kenney in a tweet. “In Canada we resolve our differences peacefully and democratically, not with threats of terrorism or acts of violence.”

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