Monthly Archives: May 2016

CBC Content Disabled: May 17, 2016

Senator Leo Housakos, reporter Althia Raj spar on Twitter over leak allegations

Auditor General Michael Ferguson tells committee he wasn’t to blame for leak of spending audit

CBC News Posted: May 17, 2016 8:07 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/althia-raj-leo-housakos-senate-leak-1.3586611?__vfz=profile_comment%3D1283300003339#vf-9262000003298

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2016-05-21 11_12_55-Senator Leo Housakos, reporter Althia Raj spar on Twitter over leak allegations
Quoting “Ah, holding to tried and tested Conservative standards, the Senate lies, lies and then lies again…as well, it worked so well for Harper Canada didn’t it? I mean all those suckers voted for them didn’t they? All those suckers still give them more money than the other parties get don’t they? So of course he lies, and then lies again.” The only suckers are the ones who vote. For anyone. A decade ago, conservatives got stabbed in the back by The Harper Regime. Liberals are going to find out what that feels like. Just ask our American friends who voted for Obama. 
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2016-05-21 11_12_27-Senator Leo Housakos, reporter Althia Raj spar on Twitter over leak allegations
The State Broadcaster’s continuing clampdown on comments changes nothing. Although I can see it causing a lot of unrest – not to mention unemployment – at ICUC’s Work-At-Home department in Winnipeg.

 


Senate committee urges Liberals to approve advance requests for assisted death

Liberals under tight deadline to pass legislation by June 6

By Catharine Tunney, CBC News Posted: May 17, 2016 3:58 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/senate-committee-assisted-dying-report-1.3586175?__vfz=profile_comment%3D10897100003370

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2016-06-10 07_48_20-Bank of Canada must open people's eyes to debt sinkhole danger_ Don Pittis - Bus
Quoting  “Let the house of ‘sober second though’ rule on granting assisted suicide. “Great idea. I’ll get Leo to pass around the Kool-Aid.”

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Mark Zuckerberg has ‘open conversation’ with conservatives over Facebook features

Unclear if Facebook made any promises to change procedures

The Associated Press Posted: May 19, 2016 12:29 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/facebook-zuckerberg-conservatives-meeting-1.3588738?__vfz=profile_comment%3D10897100003370

2016-06-10 08_16_26-Mark Zuckerberg has 'open conversation' with conservatives over Facebook feature

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2016-06-10 08_12_10-Bank of Canada must open people's eyes to debt sinkhole danger_ Don Pittis - Bus

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Quoting “Very valid concerns, as it’s no secret Facebook’s CEO’s (sic) are very left-leaning and already very active in censorship of views and freedom of thoughts. After meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel earlier this year, regarding her own people’s justified concerns about immigration, Facebook and other social networks openly teamed up with the German government to quash critics of the country’s open-door policies – by closing accounts and removing postings. People should be very concerned that their freedom of speech is being censored, regardless of their political leanings. Such a sad statement that there are those on here posting support of this continued censorship, thereby helping insure that only one narrative is being promoted – another example of social engineering.” Gee, maybe The State Broadcaster is using the wrong “moderation” service.
2016-06-10 08_11_51-Bank of Canada must open people's eyes to debt sinkhole danger_ Don Pittis - Bus
Quoting “It’s Mark Zuckerberg’s company. He can do anything he damn well pleases with it…” First of all, it’s not “his company.” It’s the shareholders’ company. And it never was “his company” in the first place because he got his start-up money from the CIA and relies on NSA funding to keep things going. You think those servers to keep over one billion users around the  planet on-line 24-7 with instant access is free?

 

2016-06-10 08_11_19-Bank of Canada must open people's eyes to debt sinkhole danger_ Don Pittis - Bus
Quoting “Another Con tempest in a teapot. Why are they so attracted to playing the victim card?” Speaking of playing the victim card, anybody heard from Michelle Fields lately? Oh, too soon?

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Today’s show has been brought to you by the colour “pink.”

 

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CBC Content Disabled: May 16, 2016

Tesla vows to address labour issues after report alleges cheap and unsafe jobs for foreign workers

Company’s response comes after story of Slovenian man injured on the job at Tesla site

CBC News Posted: May 16, 2016 2:50 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/tesla-labour-allegations-1.3583962?__vfz=profile_comment%3D12833000033392016-05-20 10_12_20-Tesla vows to address labour issues after report alleges cheap and unsafe jobs f

2016-05-20 10_06_28-U.S. border malls try to counter low loonie with special offers for Canadian sho
Quoting “That’s what capitalism is all about though – the corporation gets the profits, the workers get the shaft. So congrats to that subcontractor, he’ll probably win an award for ‘best capitalist.'” This is not capitalism. It is “crony capitalism.” Better known as “economic fascism.” Henry Ford said the key to success was to make the best possible product, for the lowest cost, paying the workers the highest possible wages. He also famously said it was important to build a car his workers could afford. Even Sam Walton (R.I.P.) insisted his stores be stocked with American-made merchandise because manufacturing was the backbone of the economy. Yup. Real loony lefties those two guys.
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Quoting “I have made a few comments here today but I can see why they (are) shutting down comments in general. The level is way too low.” What is more informative is the articles in which they are NOT allowing comments. Obviously the Trump comments are not going the State Broadcaster’s way. The S.B. thought it would be all anti-Trump leftie vitriol. They were wrong Ergo, comments shut down.

CBC Content Disabled: May 15, 2016

NDP sets leadership convention for fall of 2017

‘Council has given potential candidates a timeframe that will allow for a fair and competitive race’

By Terry Milewski, CBC News Posted: May 15, 2016 5:27 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ndp-leadership-convention-date-1.3583438?__vfz=profile_comment%3D9702300003370

2016-05-20 09_43_58-NDP sets leadership convention for fall of 2017 - Politics - CBC News

2016-05-20 09_42_31-First Nations say they have the power to stop Trans Mountain expansion - Busines
Quoting “The NDP lost the election on the issue of the Burka. Had Mr. Mulcair not understood his base a bit better, he could have well been the next Prime Minister. Instead, he took the ‘moral’ ground. Thanks to him we’re stuck with 4 years of the narcisstic Islamicist Justin Trudeau!” Mulcair fell for Harper’s race-baitinig hook, line and sinker. 


CBC Content Disabled: May 8, 2016

Donald Trump reverses his stance on taxes, says wealthy Americans should pay more

The Republican candidate’s original tax plan included broad breaks for both businesses and households

Thomson Reuters Posted: May 08, 2016 1:23 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/donald-trump-tax-raise-wealthy-1.3572577?__vfz=profile_comment%3D5241600003318

2016-05-14 08_39_08-Donald Trump says his tax rate is 'none of your business' - World - CBC News
Quoting “Note: Conrad Black has officially endorsed Donald Trump. Since Mr. Black is clearly the smartest Canadian, shouldn’t all Canadians support Republicans and, by default, Mr. Trump?” Conrard Black isn’t a Canadian. That aside, there really are some endorsements Trump could do without. 

 

 

2016-05-14 08_39_55-Donald Trump says his tax rate is 'none of your business' - World - CBC News

Quoting “In Europe, with the changing winds, shifting demographics and rapidly changing political landscape, I agree in principle with preserving western democracy and values and protecting the west from political and social Islam. Already, Europeans are talking about the rise of independent nation states within British and European countries. They have their own parallel system of laws, justice, social orders and political systems within the EU that are separate and distinct from the British and European systems. Areas within Britain and Europe even have their own boundaries, sometimes marked with a symbol, where ancestral EU natives are not allowed to enter. Europeans talk about how many ancestral natives are leaving Europe and immigrating to Australia and Canada because they feel their ancestral land is no longer their homeland. There is nothing wrong with and everything right about Trump’s policy to look after America’s interests first and foremost. I would like to see Canada do the same.” The best thing our colonial masters could do is extricate themselves from “Europe.” Obama’s and Brussels’ threats notwithstanding. 


 

CBC Content Disabled: May 9, 2016

Donald Trump says London Mayor Sadiq Khan exempt from his potential ban on Muslims

Khan was sworn in as London’s 1st Muslim mayor Saturday

Thomson Reuters Posted: May 09, 2016 10:24 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/trump-khan-muslim-ban-1.3574627?__vfz=profile_comment%3D5241600003318


2016-05-14 08_31_47-Donald Trump says London Mayor Sadiq Khan exempt from his potential ban on Musli

2016-05-14 08_32_44-Donald Trump says his tax rate is 'none of your business' - World - CBC News
Quoting “man! Trump is a total clown! If the USA votes him in, the world is in big time trouble!” China and Mexico will most certainly be in trouble. The good times are over.
2016-05-14 08_33_18-Donald Trump says his tax rate is 'none of your business' - World - CBC News
Quoting “Only 7 & a half months of this fool. It is going to be painful.” Gonna be a long eight years after the next seven-and-a-half months, isn’t it?

 

North Korea expels BBC journalist as party congress continues

Rupert Wingfield-Hayes wrote an apology, will never be allowed in to country again

The Associated Press Posted: May 09, 2016 6:32 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/bbc-journalist-kicked-out-north-korea-1.3573026?__vfz=profile_comment%3D5241600003318

2016-05-14 08_34_50-North Korea expels BBC journalist as party congress continues - World - CBC News

2016-05-14 08_36_57-Donald Trump says his tax rate is 'none of your business' - World - CBC News
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2016-05-14 08_37_18-Donald Trump says his tax rate is 'none of your business' - World - CBC News
Quoting “So by your standards it was right to boot him out because he “insulted the dignity” of the country (whatever that means). So since you have “insulted the dignity” of the CBC don’t you think they would have the right to boot you.” Too bad Jimmy Saville is still dead. Auntie Beeb could have sent him to Pyongyang instead.

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CBC Content Disabled: April 29, 2016

Donald Trump protesters, supporters clash violently outside California rally

Police car smashed, at least 4 people arrested outside packed event in Costa Mesa

The Associated Press Posted: Apr 29, 2016 1:26 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/donald-trump-california-rally-clashes-1.3558512?__vfz=profile_comment%3D8041000003323#vf-5119300003304

2016-05-07 12_33_44-Donald Trump protesters, supporters clash violently outside California rally - W

Raucous crowds of protesters took to the streets late Thursday in California as Donald Trump brought his Republican presidential campaign to conservative Orange County after sweeping the Northeast primaries.

 

Dozens of protesters were mostly peaceful as Trump gave his speech inside the Pacific Amphitheater. After the event, however, the demonstration grew rowdy and spilled into the streets.

At least four people were arrested and one Trump supporter had his face bloodied in a scuffle as he tried to drive out of the arena. One man jumped on a police car, leaving its front and rear windows smashed and the top dented in and other protests sprayed graffiti on a police car and the venue’s marquee.

 

2016-05-07 12_37_50-Taxman gouges car buyers for money never spent_ Neil Macdonald - Politics - CBC
Quoting: “Donald Trump is a very bad joke and a monster. That does not justify pepper spraying his supporters, especially children, as reported in another story. Trump and crew are not fit for purpose because of their own performance and words. But sinking to the performance and ethical level that Trump, the Tea Party and the Koch’s display is a poor choice. We shold be protecting and nurturing our children, not pepper spraying them.” “Oil tycoon and conservative mega-donor Charles Koch had kind words for both Bill and Hillary Clinton in an interview Sunday, saying there was an outside chance he could support her in November. We would have had to believe her actions would be quite different from her rhetoric. Let me put it that way,” he said on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday. “But on some of the Republican candidates we would – before we could support them, we’d hae to believe their actions will be quite different from the rhetoric we’ve heard so far.” — CNN, April 24, 2016. What was that you were saying about the Kochs again?

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Here’s a look at some of those “children” Orest Zaworsky was blabbering on about…

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And, for those worried about the eeeevil Tea Party, here is our good friend Rand Paul after his conversion had become complete:

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CBC Content Disabled: May 7, 2016

Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of ‘poisoned’ relations

Donald Trump has called NAFTA a ‘disaster’ that ‘shouldn’t exist,’ worrying the B.C. premier

By John Paul Tasker, CBC News Posted: May 07, 2016 5:00 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/christy-clark-donald-trump-trade-1.3570958?__vfz=profile_comment%3D6587300003347#vf-8935400003416

B.C. Premier Christy Clark is taking presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to task for his anti-trade stance — equating it with building a wall between the U.S. and Canada.

“It’s not helpful when down in the States there are serious presidential candidates who are talking about building a wall between Canada and the United States. Trade barriers are just another kind of wall,” Clark said in an interview with Chris Hall on CBC Radio’s The House.

“I’d remind Americans that America was never made great, and no American president is remembered as great, because he built walls.”

The comments come as Canada and the U.S. are still haggling over a new softwood lumber trade agreement. Clark said Friday that she’s hopeful the two sides can craft a deal by summer’s end before presidential politics heat up further.

2016-05-07 11_43_18-Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations - Politics - C


Canada’s State Broadcaster is making fewer and fewer articles available for comment. Those that are still open for comment tend to be articles with absolutely no relevance, such as a story about an British icebreaker being named “Boaty McBoatface.”

Today, CBC had several stories up on its website regarding Donald Trump. Most comments were disabled, perhaps because the comments on stories that are open are not going MotherCorp’s way.

The overwhelming tone of the comments are pro-Trump. Canadians are not anti-Trump and are demanding change in their own country as well. Comments that disparaged or insulted Trump not only had pro-Trump replies, but had significantly more down-votes than up-votes (the “dislike” button is a new innovation to CBC.ca, although they have yet to discover an “edit” button).


2016-05-07 11_36_11-Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations - Politics - C
Quoting: “Hmmmm. Really think a billionaire is not going to support big business or the wealthy over the middle class?” So what has the patron of lefties around the world George Soros done for the middle class? Other than impoverish us?
2016-05-07 11_37_47-Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations - Politics - C
I see the censor didn’t like my observation about George Soros funding left-wing politicians around the world (including Democrats and absolutely the Clintons). Pinking it doesn’t mean it’s not true. No bother. I just put all the pinks on my own humble website, which comes up number two on The Google (just under CBC itself) when typing in CBC Content Disabled. (1 dislike before they killed it).
2016-05-07 11_39_01-Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations - Politics - C
So, uh, George Soros is a forbidden subject (here) too? Kinda like mentioning SSRIs and prescription medications in the same context as “mass shootings?”
2016-05-07 11_40_24-Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations - Politics - C
Quoting: “Lets’s be honest: we always bend over for the US. Canada has shown no back bone when it comes to ‘co-operation’ or economic dispute with the US. We need a leader who stands up against this bullying and starts to act on behalf of the Canadian people.” Agreed. Too bad there is nobody who currently fits the bill. Even O’Leary doesn’t want a part of this.

 

2016-05-07 11_41_54-Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations - Politics - C
Quoting: “Why isn’t the CBC allowing comments on the NeverTrump article?” Because the comments aren’t going The State Broadcaster’s way. See above and below. Gawd forbid they allow to be exposed the notion that Canadians are NOT anti-Trump. When Trump turns America around, Canadians will be demanding the same of “our” “leaders.”

 

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