More “Content Disabled” Censorship from the CBC and its partners at I.C.U.C. and Viafoura

2015-09-09 Not to defend Harper but the job of the prime minister is no job for a kid
Not to defend Harper, but the job of the prime minister is no job for a “kid.” September 9, 2015.
2015-09-09 I made a comment yesterday about how the LIberals shoudl have gone with the space man
I made a comment yesterday about how the Liberals “should have gone with the space man” (i.e. Marc Garneau) That’s the problem with “moderating” comments using people around the world not proficient in or familiar with Canadian history, politics, or idiosyncrasies. I stated in my comment Garneau would have a clear winner. I would be proud to have my country led by a man of such education and intelligence. The man is truly a hero. And I’m not even a Liberal. September 9, 2015.
So let me get this straight The Conservative In Name Only Party has expended hundreds of thousands of dollars
So let me get this straight. The Conservative In Name Only Party has expended hundreds of thousands of dollars in a years-long campaign to convince Canadians Justin Trudeau “just isn’t ready.” And we, the good people of Canada, have said, “You know what, Steve? You’re absolutely right. That Mulcair guy really deserves a serious look.” Gotta love it. Note to Liberals. You should have gone with the space man. And you shouldn’t have supported C-51.” 1 like. September 6, 2015.

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Globe and Mail Kieth Bilous ICUC April 27 2011
Keith Bilous, 39, Guards Against On-Line Hate. Toronto Globe and Mail, April 27, 2011 And, yes, comments were disabled. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/careers-leadership/keith-bilous-39-guards-against-online-hate/article578025/

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    Ottawa sets aside $900M to settle sexual misconduct lawsuits against Canadian Armed Forces
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    Class members will be eligible for compensation between $5,000 and $55,000

    Why wouldn’t the CBC allow comments. Probably because some not banned commentator would make observations similar to the following:

    900 million to be paid out, not by the wrong doers most of whom at the time of the wrong doing had no knowledge or conception that their actions were wrong, but by the taxpayers of tomorrow.

    Our daughters and sons and granddaughters and grandsons, already facing declining economic prospects because Canada has been too stupid and short-sighted to make the funding and development of tech in this country any sort of a priority, and because the Trudeau government keeps screwing up trade relations with our biggest natural resource and agricultural products customers, are now destined to be raped financially to pay for Turdeau’s latest vote buying shenanigans.

    Because he’s a feminist, and despite his incessant virtue signalling is really a highly unethical turd.

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