Exposing CBC as enemy propaganda is like shooting turkeys in boxes: Links 1, October 8, 2021

1. CBC Alinskys any factual or scientifically correct information about vaccines and Covid as “misinformation” if it takes away authority from government edicts or profits from Pfizer or Moderna. But they are perfectly happy to peddle this:

WATCH: CBC Kids News Spreads Anti-Israel Misinformation

Earlier this year, during and after the 11-day armed conflict between Israel and Hamas terrorists, Canadian media coverage of the violence was replete with bias by omission, reports that were devoid of context and contained factual errors.

While the majority of adults are capable of forming their own opinions – even when they recognize myopic news coverage – the same may not necessarily be said about children.

That’s why a May 21 video and a corresponding news article created by CBC Kids News that was posted to its YouTube channel four months ago, was so problematic as it spread anti-Israel misinformation.

The three-minute long video, called The Israeli-Palestinian conflict explained,” may have been well intentioned, but it was marred for being riddled with half-truths and misleading factoids.

To watch the video in full, please click here and immediately below:

(From CBC Kids world)

Article continues at Honest Reporting Canada. 

2. Surveillance on campus: Universities give students tools to report on each other’s COVID violations or ‘bias incidents’

(Imagine telling students on the left during the Nixon years that this kind of program would be implemented. Imagine what they would say)

Many universities supply tools that allow students to report their peers for incidents involving speech or COVID-19 protocols.

Several American colleges also use digital technology to track students’ social media activity and COVID-19 testing frequencies.

Michigan State University provides students with reporting system to achieve what the school describes as a “safe and supportive environment” for its community members. 

The school’s Culturally Inclusive College Sharing System (CIC) is an online submission form allows the university to “track and respond to behaviors and situations that work to support or detract from [its] goals of a safe and supportive environment.”

The form tells students that some protected speech can still warrant a report. Anything intended to “intimidate, demean, mock, degrade, marginalize, or threaten” their identities, real or perceived, is worth notifying the university about. Actions need not be intended to harm and can do as little as promote a “negative, hostile, or unwelcoming environment for the target.”

Students can specify whether they are requesting the college to take action or are simply supplying information to help “track trends and help determine patterns.” The second kind of report also allows students to share good deeds that support diversity and inclusion goals.

3. Makes you wonder. doesn’t it?

4. Make this one full screen to read the captions. Another woman who went from hero to zero after 19 months of hard work, bravery and dedication to others because she knows better than to take the clot shot.

5. PCR Sales Soared in Wuhan Before 1st Official COVID-19 Cases Publicized: Report

Spending on tests that can be used to detect the novel coronavirus soared in Wuhan, China, several months before the first official reporting of COVID-19 cases, according to research by Australian cybersecurity firm Internet 2.0.

The firm tracked the sales of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests over several years, revealing an almost 50 percent increase between 2018 to 2019—the year before the COVID-19 outbreak spread across the world, suggesting the possibility that the virus was already circulating in communities during the northern summer in 2019 before it was made public by Beijing.

Sales of PCR tests, used to detect specific viruses, totaled 19.1 million yuan (AU$4 million) in 2016, before rising to 29.1 million yuan (AU$6 million) in 2017, 36.7 million yuan in 2018, and 67.4 million yuan (AU$14 million) in 2019.

Thank you M., Johnny U., KAF., Evangeline, Shelagh, Yucki, Rich, Richard, EB., and everyone who is observing and critical thinking instead of critical theory.

This comment is by Evangeline:

 I have been surprised by the number of people (everybody) who accepted the premise the government has the right to examine your reasons for not wanting the vax.  How easily we fell!  The state said jump and we said yes, how high.  

But nobody is discussing being tested weekly like diseased farm animals, and how dehumanizing and degrading that is to the human person, to have to be tested weekly as if you are a carrier of a disease.  They tell us directly, “to protect the vaccinated”, when it is the vaccinated who are clogging up hospitals due to vax injuries which look like Covid, or, Covid they got because their immunity is zip, post-vax.  

What does it do to the human person to have a nasal swab made in China with God knows what on it shoved into their nasal cavity near their brain week after week after week, for what, months on end?  There is talk that the swab has things like aluminum, fiberglass, sulfur, etc., and is sterilized in ethylene oxide, a known carcinogen, according to the FDA.  But nobody talks about it!

 We have all just accepted weekly testing as a “win” in lieu of being forced to take an injection we don’t want? It’s not a win, it’s a debasing practice and we’ve all just played along.  Money is important.  Benefits are important.  But what is dignity and safety worth.  And without a mass effort, how successful against this are we likely to be.

 

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

7 Replies to “Exposing CBC as enemy propaganda is like shooting turkeys in boxes: Links 1, October 8, 2021”

  1. For the “greater good” oh, and of course for your health

    Three of Canada’s federal public unions representing hundreds of thousands of workers have expressed concern that all public service workers MUST be fully One of the City of Toronto’s largest unions says it has filed grievances over Toronto’s plan to place ALL of the unvaccinated workers on unpaid leave beginning next week.

    A Southwestern hospital has fired 57 employees who failed to comply with Thursday’s deadline.

    Bloc Québécois MPs said religious exemptions should not be allowed.

    Fifty nine staff members at Kingston’s Health Sciences Center put on leave indefinitely for failing to comply.

    Eighty employees at Toronto’s long-term care home have been suspended without pay for failing to comply.

    Newfoundland and Labrador getting vaccine passports.

    Just received terrible news another young woman I know has died.

  2. Seth Frantzman:
    Iran wants to goad Russia into Caucasus tensions – analysis

    Iran is worried. It sees an emerging alliance between Turkey and Azerbaijan as well as between Azerbaijan and Israel as potentially cutting it off from a land route to Russia. It is concerned that Turkey and Azerbaijan will then work directly with China and push Iran aside, weakening it economically at a time when Tehran is already weak.

    Now Iran wants to ask the Russians if they realize what is happening in their own backyard. That was the subject of a Fars News analysis on Russia’s policies that likely reflects how Iran’s rulers see the challenge. What plans does Turkey have for Russia in the Caucasus, the article asks.

    “Russia has traditionally played a very important role in the Caucasus region, and this role can be influenced by Turkey’s efforts to bring about geopolitical change in the region.”

    When Iran says “geopolitical” it tends to hint at Israeli involvement and also Turkey’s push for expanding ties with Baku. “The Caucasus region is undoubtedly one of the main areas of Russian national security,” the article says.

    But it notes that “Russia’s priority has often been to prevent Western and American influence in the region, especially in the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus. In the first decade of the 21st century, the Americans made great efforts to be present in the Caspian region under the pretext of securing this region.”

    Iran wanted the US to be removed and it hoped Russia would agree. That is why Tehran was happy to see America leave Afghanistan and see US influence rolled back.

    “New moves by Ankara and Baku to disrupt the geopolitical order in the region could, to some extent, turn the tide to the detriment of the Russians; however, it seems that Russia is currently assessing the situation.”

    Iran wants Russia to know that it should be wary of only working with Turkey on issues like the S-400 deals and that it is time Moscow care about Iran as well. In short, Iran wants Russia to stop compartmentalizing everything with Turkey as Ankara grows more provocative.

    https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/iran-wants-to-goad-russia-into-caucasus-tensions-analysis-681314

  3. German federal government agency and research institute responsible for disease control and prevention asserts Corona is no worse than flu

    https://medforth.biz/german-federal-government-agency-and-research-institute-responsible-for-disease-control-and-prevention-asserts-corona-is-no-worse-than-flu/

    L’Agence fédérale allemande et l’Institut de recherche pour le contrôle et la prévention des maladies affirment que Corona n’est pas pire que la grippe

    https://medforth.biz/german-federal-government-agency-and-research-institute-responsible-for-disease-control-and-prevention-asserts-corona-is-no-worse-than-flu/

  4. #4
    @Johnny
    Florida Real Estate
    Anyone selling her house and living in her car or camper just needs gas money to find a new home.
    One New Yorker I know told me that he moved, changed political parties, changed from a studio apartment to a two-bedroom apartment, got a pay raise and a tax cut. Another moved from a Manhattan rental to home ownership. So many have moved and I have yet to hear one complaint.

    • Hi Malca. I think it’s a very good time to think about consolidating (selling) one’s situation. I have done it and sleep much better for it. This said, it’s tough for people to take the plunge. It takes guts. But it’s better to sell a year early than a day late.

      My sister lives in Florida and I’m kicking the tires on that market. Prices will come down because we’re in the (almost) everything bubble. (Precious metals will get their turn.)

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