CBC Content Disabled: February 18, 2016

CRTC rejects plea from small internet providers seeking wireless access

Ruling means cellphone bills likely to remain high, consumer groups say

By Peter Nowak, CBC News Posted: Feb 19, 2016 5:00 AM ET




Quoting a paragraph in the article “‘We think the decision strikes a balance by encouraging both additional competition and continued investments in building networks.’ said Rogers spokeswoman Jenniffer Kett. ‘Consumers want a wide variety of choice, but they also want top speeds and reliable service.'” Are you kidding? Rogers can’t even keep its own I.T. infrastructure running. Their customer service website is always slow, and often down. Trying to check your balance on Fido.ca is likely to return an endless loop while the page says (in typical I.T. vernacular), “Hang on, we’re thinking.” Even it’s intranet is prone to failure. How many times have you called and – surprise, surprise – gotten right through to a human being only to be told, “Oh, I’m sorry. Our computers are down right now. Can you call back in a couple of hours?”

Donald Trump admits he was for Iraq war, but says position soon changed

Trump had ramped up criticism of George W. Bush’s decision to invade Iraq in last debate

Thomson Reuters Posted: Feb 18, 2016 8:16 PM EST



Quoting “In 2002, alot (sic) of people thought the invasion was the right thing to do given the so called ‘intel.'” Yup. Niger yellow cake. Fire trucks. Black and white satellite photos. The Laptop o’ death. Ahmed Chalibi. Seemed like an open and shut case at the time.

Liberals denounce and agree with Tory motion condemning Israel boycotters

All parties agree BDS tactics against Israel bad policy, but that’s about all they agree on

By Neil Macdonald, CBC News Posted: Feb 18, 2016 7:20 PM ET




Quoting “I decline to comment as it would most likely be ‘disabled’ by the thought police.” Then set up your own WordPress website, screen capture your pinks and put the censorship there for all the world to see. I’m proud to say typing “CBC comment disabled” on Google returns my humble website as number two. Right underneath the CBC itself. Thanks, Keith!
Quoting “Canadians and people around the world will continue to boycott israel. We can not just sit and watch illegal oppression of innocent Palestinians.” Can’t help but point out that comments such as yours are generating double-digit likes, whereas apologists, propagandists and Operation Megaphone-types spouting the usual talking points are falling way behind. Our comments may be censored, but not our likes.


The last official act of any government is to loot the nation — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

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