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CBC Content Disabled: March 21, 2016

Joe Biden tries to reassure supporters of Israel of U.S. commitment

Trump, Clinton, Cruz and Kasich will also address AIPAC conference

Thomson Reuters Posted: Mar 21, 2016 2:30 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/bidel-aipac-israel-speech-1.3500206?__vfz=profile_comment%3D7284700002958

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden called on Israel’s government on Sunday to demonstrate its commitment to a two-state solution to end the conflict with the Palestinians and said settlement expansion is weakening prospects for peace.

“Israel’s government’s steady and systematic process of expanding settlements, legalizing outposts, seizing land, is eroding in my view the prospect of a two-state solution,” Biden said in a speech in Washington to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a leading pro-Israel lobbying group.

Biden said he did not agree with Israel President Benjamin Netanyahu’s government that expanded settlements would not interfere with any effort to settle the conflict.

“Bibi [Netanyahu] thinks it can be accommodated, and I believe he believes it. I don’t,” Biden said.

2016-03-22 18_10_54-Joe Biden tries to reassure supporters of Israel of U.S. commitment - World - CB

2016-03-22 18_13_03-Federal budget 2016_ Liberals push deficit to spend big on families, cities - Po
Quoting “Articles on (israel) are always negative and overblown. Not under much moderation either. Inviting incitement against a group of people is illegal and shameful” — Yeah, you keep telling yourself that.

On the other hand…

 

2016-03-22 18_16_19-Federal budget 2016_ Liberals push deficit to spend big on families, cities - Po
Quoting “All this hoopla over a country measuring 22,000 km (sic)” — Yes. Remarkable isn’t it? How a foreign power half the size of New Jersey has such a strangle hold on our governments and institutions? (21 likes)

Apparently, Kaley Smith here is just as loose with her facts as she is with her science…

2016-03-22 18_16_01-Federal budget 2016_ Liberals push deficit to spend big on families, cities - Po
Quoting “You mean lawfare? Won’t work since the land has never belonged to the Arabs. And all western countries will never officially recognize Palestine as astate unless it’s created peacefully by negotiations with (israel). In fact it’s US and Canadian policy.” — Kaley, you see all those “likes” on the other comments? We’ve had it with endless wars, subservience and historical revisionism.

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And, uh, speaking of historical revisionism…

Jews of the world declare war on Germany

 

Ya got anything else, Kaley?

israel STFU


 

Justice Ian Binnie cuts senators’ expenses owed in 10 of 14 cases

‘I impute no bad motives to any of the senators,’ former Supreme Court justice says

By John Paul Tasker, CBC News Posted: Mar 21, 2016 11:43 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/justice-binnie-senate-arbitrator-1.3500650?__vfz=profile_comment%3D7284700002958

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For the benefit of LettersToTheBeast readers outside of Canada, senators in Canada are appointed by the prime minister (technically by the Governor General, another appointee of the prime minister, but appointed nonetheless on the “advice” of the prime minister). And once appointed, they are there until age 75. As one might imagine, senators are a particularly despised group of politicians among Canadians.

It came to light last year that senators were claiming expenses that they were not entitled to, costing taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars. Former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Ian Binnie, age 76 and fresh off his “lifetime” appointment, was called in to sort things out. The result was predictable.

The majority of senators who decided to use arbitration to contest their allegedly questionable expenses have seen the amounts they need to repay reduced, some substantially.

Only four of the 14 senators — Lowell Murray, Dennis Patterson, Robert Peterson and Terry Stratton — who availed themselves of the arbitrator process overseen by retired Supreme Court justice Ian Binnie will have to repay the exact amount originally flagged by the auditor general.

 

“I impute no bad motives to any of the senators,” Binnie said Monday. “They acted in accordance with what they believed to be their entitlement. Our disagreement, where it exists, is as to the content of that entitlement.”

He said he didn’t see his report as “exonerating abuse.”

Of the $322,611 in expenses that the auditor general ordered the 14 current and former senators to repay, Binnie upheld about 54 per cent — or $177,898.

Senators will have 30 days to repay any outstanding payments before their salary is garnisheed. Legal action could be taken to get money back from retired senators.

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Christmas came early for Canadian senators thanks to former Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie

 

2016-03-23 03_59_44-Justice Ian Binnie cuts senators' expenses owed in 10 of 14 cases - Politics - C
Quoting “‘(I) impute no bad motives’ —– the judge is entitled to his own vision —rightly or wrongly.” — Maybe I’ll try that one next the time I get dragged into traffic court.
2016-03-23 04_00_11-Justice Ian Binnie cuts senators' expenses owed in 10 of 14 cases - Politics - C
Quoting “There are millions of regular Canadians who could be said had:’no bad motives’ when filing their taxes. What happens to them? So sick of the elite and the rules for them. Time for a revolt.” — Dibs on the tar.

Tarring and feathering the tax collector


 

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I refuse to pay for Wall Street’s crimes. Find another walking wallet! — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com
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CBC Content Disabled: March 19, 2016

Stay out of decisions about who covers Alberta legislature, government told

‘No circumstances’ where government should decide who gets to ask questions, report says

By Michelle Bellefontaine, CBC News Posted: Mar 18, 2016 4:28 PM MT

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/stay-out-of-decisions-about-who-covers-alberta-legislature-government-told-1.3498480?__vfz=profile_comment%3D2775900003029

The Alberta government should stay out of decisions about who should be allowed to cover press conferences, veteran journalist Heather Boyd has concluded.

Boyd, the retired Western Canada bureau chief for the Canadian Press, said that decision should be left to journalists to protect governments from the “perceptions of bias.””This is not a perfect solution, and several journalists have made it clear they do not believe they should be subject in any way to control by their peers, but it appears to be the best compromise.,” Boyd said in a report released Friday.

But most agreed on one thing, she said: “There are no circumstances whatsoever under which a government should decide who gets to ask it questions.”

Ezra Levant, the controversial former lawyer who owns and operates Rebel Media, is not pleased with Boyd’s findings.

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2016-03-20 05_16_32-Stay out of decisions about who covers Alberta legislature, government told - Ed
Quoting “Ezra Levant hiding under the guise of a journalist deserves as much access to press conferences as Gawker. Both can come however they are an embarrassment to true journalism.” — I suppose by “true journalism” you mean the same crowd that told us about babies and incubators, Saddam’s Nukular Bombs, “ISIS,” and “Russia sole Crimea” and “Russia invaded Ukraine?” I’m no fan of Levant, but judging by the daily struggle of corporate media just to stay relevant – never mind staying in business – most people have concluded “true journalism” leaves a lot to be desired.

2016-03-20 05_26_56-A falling Star_ No cash in its dowry, declining revenues and no obvious marriage

2016-03-20 05_27_37-A falling Star_ No cash in its dowry, declining revenues and no obvious marriage

2016-03-20 05_26_12-Postmedia sale complicated by unsustainable debt and sagging business model_ Don

2016-03-20 05_28_49-Postmedia sale complicated by unsustainable debt and sagging business model_ Don

Submitted to CBC Feedback on March 20, 2016:

Yesterday (March 19, 2016) in your latest example of tyrannical yet childish and pointless comment section censorship, the following comment was exorcised:

“I suppose by “true journalism” you mean the same crowd that told us about babies and incubators. Saddam’s Nukular Bombs, “ISIS,” and “Russia stole Crimea” and “Russia invaded Ukraine?” 

I’m no fan of Levant, but judging by the daily struggle of corporate media just to stay relevant- never mind staying in business – most people have concluded “true journalism” leaves a lot to be desired. “

The comment was in response to:
“Erza Levant hiding under the guise of a journalist deserves as much access to press conferences as Gawker. 

Both can come however they are an embarrassment to true journalism.”

Well, it’s true. I’m old enough to remember that you did in fact tell us tales about Iraqi soldiers throwing babies out of incubators at Kuwaiti hospitals and stealing the incubators. I remember Nayirah al-Sabah’s testimony. I remember Lynden MacIntyre’s Fifth Estate documentary which “exposed” the hoax, and which breathlessly ran video from CNN and other outlets EXCEPT FOR CBC. And of course I remember your “reportage” of “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

And you have reported in events in Ukraine as if it is a Russian invasion and as if Crimea is occupied.

And newsrooms are laying off. Newspapers are closing. The National Post is on death’s doorstep.

So what was inaccurate about the comment? Did I hurt your wittle feewings?

With regards to your announcement that you will be requiring “real names” in your comments section, I am here to tell you I will NEVER post in my real name. I am not afraid to write to my local political critters, with my real name and my real address and my real phone number and my real signature and tell them what is on my mind. I am not afraid to tell “my” local M.P. Robert “Rob” Nicholson or Stephen Harper that they are war criminals and belong in The Hague for what they participated in with Afghanistan, Ukraine, Libya and now Syria. Hell, I put it in writing and mailed it to the RCMP. You can read it on my own website, www.LettersToTheBeast.com, where all of my comments you deleted also end up, by the way. If you forget the URL, don’t worry. Just type in CBC content disabled into The Google. It’s the first link that comes up after yours.

But there is no way in hell I’m going to give Richard Warman, Harry Abrams or Terry Wilson the means to put me in a prison cell next to Arthur Topham whenever they decide to do a google search of commentary critical of israel. I am not going to put my job in jeopardy for the same reason. I am not going to risk my own physical well-being every time I cross the border for saying mean things about the current criminal u.s. government, its nobel peace-prize-winning president or its former like-minded psychopaths-in-chief.

If you want a bunch of happy talk praising CBC and what a wonderful job it does telling us stories about each other from coast to coast to coast, telling us how great the Liberals and NDP are and how horrible and dangerous Kevin O’Leary and Donald Trump are, that’s all you’re going to get.

But I can assure you, sending critical opinion underground where your precious sheep can’t hear it won’t silence us and won’t change anything.

And, by the way, Hillary Clinton is a war-mongering psychopath, she is in legal jeopardy, she does look great in orange, and mass-shooters are all on SSRIs or other prescription medication. John McCain does appear in numerous photographs with “ISIS” and “Abu-Bakhr al-Baghdadi” (aka Simon Elliot). Typing in John McCain and ISIS DOES give us hundreds of thousands of examples of those photographs. The u.s. government HAS been supplying “ISIS.” The fact that you block such comments, again, changes absolutely nothing.

So, yeah. You’re full of (excrement), CBC. And, as a taxpayer, I own part of this place and I have every right to complain and make my voice heard.

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“Dear GOP: No Trump, No vote! If you want to hand the White House to Hillary, it just proves the GOP is as corrupt as the Democrats!” Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

 

CBC Content Disabled: March 14, 2016

Ontario floats idea of guaranteed minimum income to ease poverty

Canada experimented with a guaranteed minimum income in Dauphin, Manitoba in the early 1970s

The Canadian Press Posted: Mar 14, 2016 8:18 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/charles-sousa-guaranteed-income-1.3490107?__vfz=profile_comment%3D1551100002912

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2016-03-17 09_14_28-Ontario floats idea of guaranteed minimum income to ease poverty - Windsor - CBC

 

 

 

2016-03-17 09_15_36-Ontario floats idea of guaranteed minimum income to ease poverty - Windsor - CBC
Quoting “When my sister was left with 3 children to raise it would have been nice if the government would have giver her some money. She still worked but ended up eventually submitting for bankruptcy.” — So your sister’s (creditors) took the hit instead of taxpayers. Seems like a good deal to me. 

I would like to take back a comment that did make it through:

2016-03-17 09_26_35-Ontario floats idea of guaranteed minimum income to ease poverty - Windsor - CBC
Un-flippin’-believable. The Wynne Regime makes Dalton look like Mike Harris in comparison. Can we please get an electable leader at the helm of the Progressive Conservative Party before it’s too late? (1 like)

NO! Kathy Wynne makes Bob Rae look like Mike Harris!

 

2016-03-17 09_36_51-Canada's National Debt Clock _ The Canadian Taxpayers Federation

2016-03-17 09_36_13-Russia Debt Clock __ National Debt of Russia

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The Rapture DID happen! (You didn’t make it!) — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

CBC Content Disabled: March 16, 2016

With Donald Trump’s Florida win, it’s time to take sides in the Republican civil war

Prominent Republicans have cautioned Trump not to prey on fears of some Americans

By Keith Boag, CBC News Posted: Mar 16, 2016 5:22 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/trump-fracturing-republican-party-keith-boag-1.3493331?__vfz=profile_comment%3D1527900002883

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2016-03-17 08_40_49-With Donald Trump's Florida win, it's time to take sides in the Republican civil
Quoting “I wonder at the popularity of a billionaire, born with a silver spoon in his mouth whose Companies hires and trades with the nationalities he rails against. A person who has no clear policies, spent 4 years vindictively hounding Obama for hisi passport, who comes across, not as a nice man but as a vulgar, crude, sexist bully. President of the US, he might become, but I doubt it. You can’t win the National Vote without the African American and Hispanic votes and Clinton has those locked up.” — Missus Clinton. “Locked up.” Love it!

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“Put this on the ground! I left my sunglasses in the limo. I need those sunglasses. We need to go back!”
(From the book “Dereliction of Duty” p. 71-72 – Hillary to Marine One helicopter pilot to turn back while en route to Air Force One.)

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Save the trees!! (We need them to hang the politicians!) — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

 

 

 

CBC Content Disabled: March 15, 2016

Don’t look now, but peace in Syria may be inching closer

Putin’s backing of Assad looks to have changed the diplomatic dynamic too

By Brian Stewart, CBC News Posted: Mar 14, 2016 5:00 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/syrian-peace-ceasefire-brian-stewart-1.3488168?__vfz=profile_comment%3D4833200002856

2016-03-16 03_26_21-Don't look now, but peace in Syria may be inching closer - World - CBC News

2016-03-16 03_29_59-Don't look now, but peace in Syria may be inching closer - World - CBC News
Quoting “When the dust settles, we must demand that all those behind this criminal proxy war, even the Americans and officials from other “friendly” states, are prosecuted for their crimes.” — There is a long list of people waiting for their place in the prisoner’s dock at The Hague. Including from the previous regime here in Canada. And in Britain and israel.

israel STFU

2016-03-16 03_29_35-Don't look now, but peace in Syria may be inching closer - World - CBC News
Quoting “Conspiracy websites and blogs should be illegal. Too many people spewing misinformation as though it is fact, like religion.” — Good idea. Then the CBC can be just like Pravda back in the good ol’ days. And will be ridiculed by the masses accordingly. Oh, wait…

Uh, Jay, speaking of “spewing misinformation as though it is a fact, like religion,” would that include the Jerusalem Post of April 28, 2015 when it reported that Abu-Bakhr al-Baghdadi (aka Simon Elliot), the eeeeevilll terrorist, had died in israel, tended to by israeli doctors. And subsequently came back to life (not unlike Captain Kirk in Star Trek: Generations) only to be killed off again months later?

2016-03-16 03_45_39-Iranian media_ ISIS leader declared 'clinically dead' by Israeli doctors in Gola2016-03-16 03_54_17-

Or…how about the u.s. federal government secretly arming a Mexican drug cartel, and then allowing the drugs to be shipped back into the u.s.?

2016-03-16 03_47_31-A primer on the _Fast and Furious_ scandal - CBS News

 

Or, even…the privately-run united states “federal” “reserve” giving banks secret loans and sticking it to the taxpayers? (Ooooh, you’re not only a conspiracy theorist, you’re an anti-semite, too!

2016-03-16 03_49_55-Secret Fed Loans Gave Banks $13 Billion Undisclosed to Congress - Bloomberg Busi2016-03-16 03_51_04-Secret Fed Loans Gave Banks $13 Billion Undisclosed to Congress - Bloomberg Busi

 

2016-03-16 03_29_00-Don't look now, but peace in Syria may be inching closer - World - CBC News
Quoting “And Assad is still there. So how did the West achieve anything? So there’s peace finally. So, all that bloodshed, all those millions of unwanted refugees. All for not. Wasn’t the whole reason for agitating Syria to have a regime change?” — But the politicians got to give the banksters and the defense industrial complex trillions of dollars. All printed courtesy of the federal reserve and like minded central banks around the world (including here in Canada) and shoved onto taxpayers as “debt.” A job well done, I’d say. Hooray! USA! USA! USA! USA!

 


Russian warplanes fly home from Syria

UN envoy calls move a ‘significant development’ towards resolving conflict

Thomson Reuters Posted: Mar 15, 2016 4:48 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/russia-planes-leaving-syria-1.3491675?__vfz=profile_comment%3D4364500002878

2016-03-16 03_24_12-Russian warplanes fly home from Syria - World - CBC News

2016-03-16 03_25_13-Russian warplanes fly home from Syria - World - CBC News
Post two hours ago and just 18 comments. Ya don’t say?

 

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The people are trying to find the means to live while the government is living beyond its means. — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

CBC Content Disabled: March 12, 2016

Trump says he’ll start ‘pressing charges’ against disruptive protesters

‘They’ll have to explain to Mom and Dad why they have a police record and why they can’t get a job’

Thomson Reuters Posted: Mar 12, 2016 9:50 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/cruz-trump-nomination-race-1.3488553?__vfz=profile_comment%3D10909600002918

Surprisingly, only one comment killed this time. I guess I just have to try harder. The comments section for this article were full of Hitler references of course (i.e.: comparing The Donald to). But my comment which called out such references and the fact they were allowed to be posted while other comments were deleted or killed was, in itself, killed.

2016-03-13 05_05_43-Trump says he'll start 'pressing charges' against disruptive protesters - World

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Quoting “…the boxcars will roll and there will be a final solution.” — I like how all the Hitler references get through here. Yet when I post something that quotes Missus Clinton and her remarks after the death of Khadaffy, or refer to her legal challenges, or even compliment her choice of attire, it gets “content disabled.” Makes no difference to me. I just post it on my own site, http://www.LettersToTheBeast.com. These comments are clearly censored with the goal of showing a massive opposition to Trump that doesn’t exist. So take that, Keith Billous. And good luck making payments on your Tesla when CBC shuts down the comments section. 

 

Meanwhile, here’s a selection of what was posted from other commenters:

2016-03-13 05_07_54-Trump says he'll start 'pressing charges' against disruptive protesters - World

2016-03-14 03_52_33-Trump says he'll start 'pressing charges' against disruptive protesters - World

2016-03-14 03_48_53-Trump says he'll start 'pressing charges' against disruptive protesters - World

2016-03-14 03_47_21-Trump says he'll start 'pressing charges' against disruptive protesters - World
“youlobbydimwith” cut-and-pasted the same “KKK” nonsense repeatedly throughout the same comment section, yet ICUC and CBC gave those comments a free pass. 

2016-03-14 03_43_09-Trump says he'll start 'pressing charges' against disruptive protesters - World


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Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

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Proud member of Obama’s secret death list — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

 

 

CBC Content Disabled: March 9, 2016

Conservatives issue rules for leadership contest to replace Stephen Harper

Candidates will have to fork out $100,000 in fees to enter the race

The Canadian Press Posted: Mar 09, 2016 9:23 AM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/conservatives-issue-rules-for-leadership-contest-to-replace-stephen-harper-1.3483049?__vfz=profile_comment%3D4362300002772

2016-03-11 15_22_39-Conservatives issue rules for leadership contest to replace Stephen Harper - Pol

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As a mondo p.o.’d conservative, if O’Leary runs, I’m buying a new membership. For the first time in eight years. Ambrose? Kenny? MacKay? I don’t want to hear from them. Anyone associated with the Harper Regime are not conservatives. They are fascists.
2016-03-11 15_24_43-Conservatives issue rules for leadership contest to replace Stephen Harper - Pol
You’re right. That’s why they need a leader with none of their baggage.
2016-03-11 15_24_12-Conservatives issue rules for leadership contest to replace Stephen Harper - Pol
Quoting “I would vote for Kenney he would get a grip on this rampant immigration problem we are going to see in the distant future.” — You mean the guy that extended the TFW from skilled trades to McDonalds? Yeah, he’ll fix our immigration problems for sure.

 

Hey,tru brit, this one’s for you:

EXCLUSIVE

McDonald’s Canada CEO calls foreign worker controversy ‘bullshit’

In a recording of a conference call to franchisees, CEO John Betts rails against CBC stories
CBC News Posted: Apr 24, 2014 6:33 PM PT
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/mcdonald-s-canada-ceo-calls-foreign-worker-controversy-bullshit-1.2621151
The CEO of McDonald’s Canada has branded recent criticism of its use of temporary foreign workers “bullshit” in a conference call to franchisees that was given to the CBC.
His remarks from earlier this week came before federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney announced an immediate moratorium on the food services sector’s access to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program late on Thursday, as a result of CBC Go Public’s inquiries.
Three McDonald’s franchises in Victoria and a pizza restaurant in Weyburn, Sask., are at the centre of program abuse allegations involving Canadian employees alleging foreign workers were given priority work status or more hours.
 
In a recording of the call given to the CBC, McDonald’s Canada CEO John Betts discusses recent CBC stories on the company’s use of temporary foreign workers and his resulting meeting with federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney.​
“This has been an attack on our brand. This has been an attack on our system. This is an attack on our people. It’s bullshit OK!  I used those words when I described my conversation with the minister last week. He gets it.”
The CBC has been given a recording of McDonald’s Canada CEO John Betts calling stories about its temporary foreign worker policy ‘bullshit’. (CBC)
Betts says he was “incredibly impressed” with the minister, adding, “He really knows his stuff. And I’ll say he knows his stuff from a business person’s perspective.

 

2016-03-17 09_53_52-McDonald's Canada CEO calls foreign worker controversy 'bullshit' - British Colu

 

2016-03-11 15_40_51-McDonald's Canada CEO calls foreign worker controversy 'bullshit' - British Colu


 

2016-03-11 15_23_46-Conservatives issue rules for leadership contest to replace Stephen Harper - Pol
Quoting “And these people know exactly how they can help the middle class? Nothing but the 1%ers running the country, this really needs to change.” — And you think it’s going to change under the Liberals? Newsflash: The banksters and globalists own both sides.

Meanwhile, while comments supportive of Kevin O’Leary and a major shake-up of the Conservative Party were memory-holed, CBC and ICUC had no qualms in running left-wing vitriol. This is a small sampling of insults that got posted while my comments were killed (there are more, but CBC.ca tends to become insufferably slow the further you get through the comments; though it’s not as bad as the Toronto Globe and Mail, whose page crashes completely).

Send in the clowns!

I truly hope O’Leary wins. That will be the final nail in the coffin.

I would vote for a tree stump before I would pick from that grouping.

did public demonstration of racism and disdain for reality make the list, or are those still only optional requirements?

There are still plenty of the Harper Minions left in that party of Reprobates

The FBI puts up better wanted posters in US Post Offices.

Watch those polling numbers. You might be switching numbers around in a dyslexic sort of way.

Oh no. Is Canada heading for a Trump like side show masquerading with the name O’Leary?

Kevin O’Leary is the Canadian Donald Trump. We need O’Leary like we need ebola.

All four are losers.

Just one look at the rogues gallery presented above informs me the Conservative Party of Canada is offering the worst of the worst for a new leader.
I despise the four people pictured; one a well known backstabber (MacKay), one a pathetic xenophobe (Leitch), one a hard-boiled perpetual yes-man of no distinction whatsoever (Kenney) and finally, a wannabee of walking talking ego driven greed who seeks the spotlight because he has nothing else to offer (O’Leary).

Nobody would vote for this fools would they?

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Kevin O’leary is a totally narcissistic wannabe that will never in a million years be elected to govern this country.
(and he’s mean-looking too ).

No Trump want-to-be clowns. I’m looking at you, Kevin O’leary.

PHOTO: …from left, Calgary MP Jason Kenney, former justice minister Peter MacKay, Ontario MP Kellie Leitch and celebrity businessman Kevin O’Leary. (Canadian Press/Associated Press)
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Everything the Reformacon Party needs for it’s complete lifecycle:

One for the money (a proletariat profiterole);
two for the show (an illusionist);
three to get ready (would you believe – a doctor); and
four to go (the undertaker).

Who cares, 3 liars and a big mouth. Great choices. Not

Too bad Mickey Mouse is Murican…. He’d be perfect !!

 

To his credit, Keith Bilous’s censor was good enough (or probably careless enough) to let this gem through:

Let’s get this right, the taxpayer funded CBC reported that certain Members of Parliament referred to women in slang terms, yet this same CBC now will not allow comments on this fact – what is going on media censorship of what was previously related!

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Free the American people — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

 

CBC Content Disabled: March 8, 2016

The usual objections to reminding readers that John McCain posed for selfies with “ISIS.” They even censored a reference to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The problem is, CBC’s contracted censors at ICUC Moderation are too stupid to even know it.

Robert Dziekanski death: Const. Gerry Rundel sues over his treatment by RCMP

Rundel was among 4 officers who responded the night Polish immigrant died at Vancouver airport in 2007

By Lisa Johnson, CBC News Posted: Mar 07, 2016 4:16 PM PT

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/gerry-rundel-civil-suit-attorney-general-1.3479891?__vfz=profile_comment%3D3460600002818

 

2016-03-09 03_24_26-Robert Dziekanski death_ Const. Gerry Rundel sues over his treatment by RCMP - B
Quoting “I don’t believe articles like these should allow commenting. People in these situations should only have to have their concerns addressed in a real courtroom, not the court of CBC forums. The public interest is represented by a judge and/or jury who have been presented with all the facts from both sides of the issue. A short news article is hardly enough information for any reader to offer an infromed opinion.” — Oh, the horrors. The proles are saying mean things about their brown-shirted gods. If Monty Robinson’s slap on the wrist for killing Orion Hutchison is any indication (and it is) then The CBC Court of Public Opinion will be the only justice police workers like Rundel ever have dispensed to them.

2016-03-09 03_27_18-No jail time for disgraced ex-Mountie Monty Robinson - British Columbia - CBC Ne

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Brown-shirted RCMP police worker Hugh “Hugh” Stewart pepper-sprays anti-globalists protesters at the Asia Pacific Economic Conference on November 25, 1997.
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You know, those kids may have been on to something nearly 20 years ago.
2016-03-09 03_24_55-Robert Dziekanski death_ Const. Gerry Rundel sues over his treatment by RCMP - B
Quoting “Yup he’s right. read the Crowns final filing and you see that in fact the RCMP as a whole acted properly that night with a combative and violent large adult male. It was the bad guy that caused his own death. That and his mothers poor directions – she told him to wait for her at the luggage carousels but you can’t do that for international flights…” — Everything the Germany Army did (supposedly) nearly 80 years ago was also done to the letter of German law.

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Canada should buy drones that can strike as well as see, says Jonathan Vance

Defence chief says there’s ‘little point’ having drones that can only watch

By Tom Parry, CBC News Posted: Mar 07, 2016 8:13 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/vance-canada-armed-drones-1.3480278?__vfz=profile_comment%3D10161300002818

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CBC and its censors at ICUC remain hostile to any mention of John McCain and ISIS. If they were to actually address the issue and defend themselves, they would probably hide behind the section of CBC’s “community guidelines” which forbid slanderous or defamatory remarks. However, in the case of John McCain, simply type in ISIS and John McCain provides over one million links, most with copies of the infamous pictures of himself in Syria with “Abu Bakhr al-Baghdadi” (aka Simon Elliot) and other ISIS characters. CBC and ICUC are also quick to shoot down references to Hillary Clinton and her legal troubles.

It is reprehensible and outrageous that CBC, a publicly-funded government agency, is allowed to censor REAL events from its comments section.

The sad thing is, they actually think they are accomplishing something by hiding the truth.

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Quoting “Armed Drones are a ‘victim of their own success’ which is why Lefties and anti Americans hate them so much. Modern drones can ‘see’ just as well or better than any pilot flying at the same altitude, but the drone is a lot smaller, quieter and far less visible which is one reason why they can get so close before ‘pulling the trigger.’ They are also ‘disposable’ and therefore drone commanders can take greater risks. A more efficient, less costly, disposable killing machine with virtually no risk for the ‘pilots.’ what’s not to like…unless you’re ISIS.” — ISIS…ISIS…ISIS…Oh, isn’t that the outfit that “we” sent all those Toyota pick-up trucks to? Didn’t our Turkish allies take Delight in shooting down a Russian bomber which had just destroyed ISIS-captured oil infrastructure? Isn’t a certain Arizona senator’s claim to fame – aside from showing off his wonderful singing voice over in Hanoi – showing up in pictures with this, uh, ISIS of yours?

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CBC Content Disabled: March 6, 2016

Republican Ted Cruz wins 2 states in ‘Super Saturday,’ blunting Donald Trump’s momentum

Front-runners Trump, Clinton take Louisiana

Thomson Reuters Posted: Mar 05, 2016 7:32 AM E

http://www.cbc.ca/news/photos/republicans-democrats-presidential-nomination-primaries-1.3477523?__vfz=profile_comment%3D1274400002828

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Two of the best things about a comments section – even one as heavily censored as the CBC’s – are that you can confirm that you are not the only one being bullshitted. And other commenters will add details to the “story” not officially reported. And with that in mind, knowing just how tyrannical the censorship really is, you have no choice but to say to yourself, “Wow! And that’s just the stuff that slipped through.”

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The CBC reporting that, by Cruz winning two states and Trump winning two states, Trump’s “momentum” had somehow been stopped, was called out on the first comment.

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Your humble correspondent had surprising success posting his comments. Even ones that expressed his deepest concern that, the Ron Paul treatment not having worked, the threatened establishment may resort to the Robert F. Kennedy treatment.

 

However, the CBC and its worldwide legions of censors working for ICUC Moderation continue to offer resistance when it comes to comments about Hillary Clinton’s possible legal difficulties. And even compliments about her oft-worn orange pant suit.

2016-03-07 03_33_03-Hillary Clinton wins Iowa Democratic caucuses - World - CBC News

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Quoting “Why oh Why are the democrats supporting Hillary???? Sarajevo, Benghazi. File scandals…should be enough to discredit her” — No wonder Hillary is wearing those orange outfits.

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Quoting “Please CBC…Hillary’s ‘Delegate count’ is a lousy 100 delegates. Super Delegates are un elected and un commited (sic) up until the Convention…Why no Bernie Blunts Hillary head line. I thought you were owned by the Canadian Public. Act like it please.” — I heard a rumour that Hillary might have some, uh, legal challenges ahead of her. Funny how that doesn’t get a lot of coverage at the CBC. Or even the censored comments.

 

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As ye follow the flock, ye shall step in shit! — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

 

 

 

 

CBC Content Disabled: February 29, 2016

Apple can’t be forced to provide iPhone data in drug case, judge rules

Extraction technique has been used about 70 times before to assist investigators

The Associated Press Posted: Feb 29, 2016 6:03 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/apple-iphone-data-judge-drug-case-1.3469938

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Quoting “No information should be sacred when it comes to the protection of the public, particularly information relating to drugb dealers are terrorists. If there is a clear public interest at stake, then law enforcement should be granted access. Individual rights are not absolute.” — Okay then. When can we expect the federal bureau of incineration to break down John McCain’s door, seize his cellphone and find out just how many other selfies he has on there? Besides the ISIS selfies we already know about and available with a simple google search, I mean. Oh, but we’re not going to talk about that, are we? That’s a “conspiracy theory.” And you’re wrong, by the way. Individual rights ARE absolute. In the U.S., in Canada, in Britain, everywhere. Whether they are written on parchment or not.

Ah, for krysakes, do I have to run that goddamned picture again?

Sigh…okay, here goes…

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“Get outta here, you low-life scum!” — John McCain

Yet CBC and the ICUC censors had no problem with essentially the same remarks in other posts:

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Quoting “Maybe a judge can’t force them but the public can. I will not buy anymore (sic) Apple products until they help in the fight against ISIS” — John McCain appears in selfies with “Abu Bakhr al-Baghdadi” and other “ISIS” characters. The U.S. government has admitted supplying “ISIS” with food, materiel, other supplies and even Toyota pick-up trucks. Russia bombs REAL ISIS positions and gets their planes shot down for their trouble. And you’re complaining about Apple? Seriously? How many Apple products do you own, anyway?

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Quoting “Until the day comes when Politicians and their appointed Officials can be held Legally Accountable for Abusing Personal Data, it should be treated as your very own Personal Private Business. Laziness & Incompetence are at the bottom of craving to know Everything about Everyone, All the Time and is Not to be Trusted.” — “My” member of parliament is Robert “Rob” Nicholson. Sadly he remains so having been re-elected by a majority (I suppose) of 41 per cent. Fortunately, ol’ Rob’s not in a position to do anything any longer. I’ve been telling him for seven years: before you demand all this police state authority,  I want to knock on your door, search your home, your office, all your devices and go through your belongings. Then we’ll talk. And I’ll still say, “no.” You can’t have it.

 

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Rob Nicholson, M.P. (CON-Niagara Falls) shows off his shiny dome in front of the israeli flag.

Subway to ensure footlong sandwiches are 12 inches after judge OKs agreement

The Associated Press Posted: Feb 29, 2016 2:23 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/subway-sandwich-footlong-1.3469455

CBC and ICUC stepped in it this time. They proved just how hypocritical and tyrannical their censorship is when they killed comments which were clearly within CBC’s “community guidelines” while letting through comments joking about sexual innuendo and outright paedophilia.

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Quoting ” There (sic) sandwiches are great. Had one in my coat pocket for a year and it was still fresh and edible. Now, what does that tell Ya??” — Tells me yer full of it. BTW: “Their.”
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Quoting “subway is crap” by Shai Hulid — So how’s the Mr. Sub franchise working out for you?
Now, let’s look at some of the comments they did let through:
  • victorbasil
@Julius Caesars The CBC does what it wants to do

without ANY real consequences. The CBC disables

comments that its censors are TRAINED to do. Versions

of what life was like in EAST GERMANY before the wall

came tumbling down. (7 likes)

  • SILVER64
Well, there is that saying “Size does matter” but I wouldn’t have attributed it to Subway sandwiches. (8 likes)
  • Stickboy

Geez Jarrod ate those subs exclusively for years . I wonder how many inches he was ripped off for? (2 likes)

  • Schwarz

@Stickboy
He’s going to get free footlongs for the next 15 years. (9 likes)

 
  • GeorgeWashingtonsGhost
@Schwarz

And Justice For All

“He’s going to get free footlongs for the next 15 years” (2 likes)

  • sledgie
Do we really need any more Jared/footlong jokes?

I think so!

  • Niceguyeddie

Hell, I know guys who have been lying about “12 inches” for years…(33 likes)

  • NearlyGenius
@Niceguyeddie

Length or circumference? (6 likes)

  • Nuliajuk

@Niceguyeddie
It’s more impressive in millimetres. (8 likes)

  • Howie59
@Niceguyeddie I am not cutting off two inches for anybody (3 likes)
  • WelfareState
Thats what she said.
  • Prairie Gurl
Size matters.
  • SD
I hope Jared doesn’t get shortchanged in prison.
  • Bruce Wayne
Size matters.
  • DoctorFel
Better headline: “Judge Rules Size Matters” (1 like)
  • Howie59

184 of us actually see a reason to comment on such trivia? We need lives

@Howie59 most just pasted the same size matters “joke”

 

Submitted to CBC Feedback on March 4:

Among my latest examples of your comments section censorship, I noted (in a Kevin O’Leary article) how I replied to a comment which said, “No, thanks.” My reply was, “Yes, please!”

Content disabled.

Seriously?

As I stated on LettersToTheBeast, every time I think you people have reached a new level of blatant, obvious censorship, you take it as a personal challenge.

I’m here to tell you that I’m not going anywhere. I no longer care if you block my comments, because I will simply put them on my own site. And, by the way, typing CBC content disabled returns my humble effort as link number two. Right under CBC itself. Oh, and by the way, check out all the obnoxious comments your censors DID let through on the Subway Foot Long story.

And, one last thing, when you DO eliminate the comments section (and I hope Keith Bilous paid cash for his Tesla, otherwise he’ll be excreting bricks when that happens), I will put your stories (and in most cases, “stories” are exactly what they are) up on my site, and then tear them apart bit by bit pointing out the lies (see https://letterstothebeast.com/2014/10/13/malala-yousafzai-toronto-globe-and-mail-uses-every-trick-in-the-book-to-attack-truthers-and-conspiracy-theorists/) as an example.

Oh yeah, and I like how your censors continue to block any reference to the idea that Mrs. Hillary Clinton may have some, uh, legal problems. And pointing out what happens when you type in John McCain and ISIS.

You know, you really should listen to your new patron, Justin Trudeau. Because now it’s 2016. You can’t get away with the same lies and the same deception you used to sell us babies, incubators and Saddam’s Nukular Bombs.

FLASHBACK:

Malala Yousafzai: Toronto Globe and Mail uses every trick in the book to attack “truthers” and “conspiracy theorists”

https://letterstothebeast.com/2014/10/13/malala-yousafzai-toronto-globe-and-mail-uses-every-trick-in-the-book-to-attack-truthers-and-conspiracy-theorists/

 

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