Canadian Indian Chiefs getting money from Tides Foundation...

…for opposing oil sands development?

Glenn Reynolds

A left-wing lobby group in San Francisco wired $55,000 to the bank account of an Indian chief in Northern Alberta, paying him to oppose the oilsands.

And sure enough, that chief – Allan Adam, from the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation – earned his money. Last weekend, he flew to Toronto to sit on a stage next to Neil Young, the folk singer who was in town to demonize Canada’s oil industry.

I wonder if they’re getting Saudi money, too?



The link to the article is at Instapundit.



Update: American Thinker, Fracking foes crassly bought support of Indian chief

The enemies of the fracking revolution have deep pockets, and they are willing to spend big if a propaganda point can be made.



Update 2:  Fun Fact… All Neil Young’s Hits Were Recorded On Vinyl Records – An Oil Based Product

“Another fatcat talking thru his wallet.’


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