Canadian media criminally irresponsible

Once again, Canada’s media cartel demonstrates it’s commitment to the narrative as opposed to honestly informing the public as to what actually takes place in the world, and reliably informing us as to what real threats we face or dangers exist. Their really is no limit to bandwidth. The CRTC must be un-made as does all the other regulatory bodies for TV and radio. Even CFRA will withhold the name of a suspect if it is Arabic sounding, or withhold a description of a wanted perp if he is black.

This in itself is criminal.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

10 Replies to “Canadian media criminally irresponsible”

  1. Mohammed Moksudur Rahman Chowdhury, 20, of Stanliff House, Tower Hamlets, and Shah Mohammed Lutfar Rahman, 28, of St Bernard’s Road, Newham, have been remanded in custody until 14 January.

    Gurukanth Desai, 28, of Albert Street; Omar Sharif Latif, 26, of Neville Street, and Abdul Malik Miah, 24, of Ninian Park Road, all from Cardiff, have to appear at the Old Bailey on the same date.

    Nazam Hussain, 25, of Grove Street; Usman Khan, 19, of Persia Walk; Mohibur Rahman, 26, of North Road, and Abul Bosher Mohammed Shahjahan, 26, of Burmarsh Walk, all from Stoke-on-Trent, were also remanded in custody.

  2. What I find interesting is the way the Moslems keep downloading instruction manuals even after it is publicized that this was how the last few groups were discovered and caught. This supports the study that says the Moslems are several IQ points below average, either that our they are incredibly arrogant, or both.

  3. Smart isn’t the word I would use to describe them, a friend who is a retired deputy says a friend of his who is in the FBI says he is spending his time watching idiots, they are so stupid they call attention to themselves all the time. The FBI is letting them run free so they can find who they are talking to.

  4. Is there a way we can sue them for not fulfilling their mandates? I would contribute $$$ to that and my time. I am sure we can find a lawyer who can help us.

  5. Excellent idea. I will ask around. I think the answer I will get from conservative lawyers is no, as in Canada people are reluctant to take on any of our socialist institutions. But I think it may be worth it anyway if it only shines light on how mass media in Canada have not only failed to fulfill their mandate, but actually operate on a hidden agenda which is contrary to Canada and Canadians national interests.

  6. @Infidel Guy

    Freedom of speech also means freedom to lie, miss inform and to be stupid.

    it is our freedom to change the channel. The only problem is the government only hands out a limited number of channels to watch and they have those controlled.

    Thank goodness for the net.

  7. Yes thats my issue. Bandwidth is unlimited. There is no excuse for expensive licences for TV stations and no excuse for the regulations that de-licence stations if they do not adhere to the narrative. I am tempted to start a pirate AM station but it would last an hour before I was busted and my life was made hell.

    There is simply no excuse for that. Anyone should be able to open a radio or TV station so long as they do not interfere with anyone elses in the area.

  8. I don’t know Canadian law but I don’t think you would have a case under US law, if we could have sued for not doing their jobs the MSM would have been out of business a long time ago.

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