Readers of this site may remember last week’s catch of Canadian TV network, Global News, misrepresenting the motives of a drunk at a staging of Fidler on the Roof, in what has to be a conscious lie, in order to slander President Trump by association.
This of course is the same playbook the CBC has been using for many years now.
For those following the protests in France this past week, you know its a mix of groups and the number of protestors is likely in the tens of thousands. ANTIFA, other communist groups, right wing groups, pretty much everyone is involved in this protest albeit likely for different reasons and hoping for a different outcome.
Lets see how the CBC frames it:
Yep. FAR RIGHT WING and five thousand of them.
Once again we see that the CBC is nothing but stenographers for the Liberal Party of Canada first, and any far left wing globalist and Islamophilic extremists second.
French protest movements come and go, but this one, organized on the internet, is different. Welling up rapidly from rural and forgotten France, this broad-based, citizen-driven movement is among the most serious challenges yet to President Emmanuel Macron’s pro-business government, say analysts, political opponents and even many of Mr. Macron’s supporters.
The movement appears to be without leaders, and the opposition parties in France have scrambled to keep up with it.
“This amateurism, it’s the sign of the crisis of the French political system,” said Dominique Reynié, a political scientist at Sciences Po, referring to the protesters’ loose organization.
Saturday’s protesters came from all over France. Many said they had been recruited on the internet, followed no political movement and emphasized that they simply didn’t have enough to live on.
The CBC had to make it “right wing extremists” of course.