CBC Journalist exposes what that enemy propaganda site does from the inside: Links 2, January 4, 2022

1. Quebec to use 300 military members to inject people fast because of the massive outbreak of Covid amongst mostly the vaccinated.

(As one expects, not a single decent question about therapeutics, and why the push to use more of what isn’t working etc. etc. I am now on chapter 2 of RFK Jr’s book on Fauci, The chapter on Hydroxychloroquine. People who read this site will know almost all that is in that chapter. But seeing it all laid out together, you’ll need something to calm you down as you read. Fauci allowed for his own dangerous drug with no Covid trials, Remdesivir, to be used for Covid while actively suppressing safe effective drugs like HCQ, even making it impossible to get for covid while making it more available for arthritis, lupus and other diseases. But this interview makes it so plain how media conspires with totalitarian governments and corrupt big pharma to limit choices and keep the golden goose pandemic going.)

2. Just for the record…

3. This is refreshing. An ex CBC propagandist comes clean

Speaking Freely

Why I resigned from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

For months now, I’ve been getting complaints about the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where I’ve worked as a TV and radio producer, and occasional on-air columnist, for much of the past decade.

People want to know why, for example, non-binary Filipinos concerned about a lack of LGBT terms in Tagalog is an editorial priority for the CBC, when local issues of broad concern go unreported. Or why our pop culture radio show’s coverage of the Dave Chappelle Netflix special failed to include any of the legions of fans, or comics, that did not find it offensive. Or why, exactly, taxpayers should be funding articles that scold Canadians for using words such as “brainstorm” and “lame.”

Everyone asks the same thing: What is going on at the CBC? […]

In a short period of time, the CBC went from being a trusted source of news to churning out clickbait that reads like a parody of the student press.


To work at the CBC in the current climate is to embrace cognitive dissonance and to abandon journalistic integrity.

It is to sign on, enthusiastically, to a radical political agenda that originated on Ivy League campuses in the United States and spread through American social media platforms that monetize outrage and stoke societal divisions. 

Click through to read it all. This brave journalist deserves an ear, like Alex Berenson and that ex editor for the NYT, Jill Abramson, and of course, Bari Weiss. 

4. Bosnia become first country in Europe without COVID pass

Bosnian Lawyer Mirnes Ajanovi? defeated Bosnian Federal government.

Government didn’t put COVID pass in action. Bosnian Lawyer Mirnes Ajanovi? defeated government intention to take freedom from Bosnian citizens by imposing Covid Pass.

With his law skills and constitutional knowledge and with official papers from Pfizer he managed to defeat government and prevent it to impose Covid PASS.

Bosnia become first country in Europe without COVID pass.

Corona infection in Bosnia is going down and there will be no forced Covid- passports for Bosnian Citizens.

Mirnes Ajanovi? succeeded in applying the BiH Constitution, laws and criminal charges, concrete evidence that vaccinated people transmit the virus as well as unvaccinated ones, and that it is absurd to introduce a code certificate – to force the FBiH government to withdraw the decree. and for the cantons to give up the introduction of totalitarianism and discrimination against citizens.

5. ONE HOUR video: Dr. Robert Malone with Dr. Peter McCullough and others. Posted from Robert Malone’s Substack

Thank you all who put in the effort to try and oppose what is so obviously a dangerous and deceptive narrative, illustrated by the lies surrounding Covid and the vaccines, but by no means does that encapsulate all of it.

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6 Replies to “CBC Journalist exposes what that enemy propaganda site does from the inside: Links 2, January 4, 2022”

  1. The mass formation: I’m seeing it play out in Quebec media, their websites and Twitter accounts.

    There is now serious talk from Premier Legault of restricting access to the province’s Liquor Board to the non-jabbed. The guy said today there was tremendous support on social media for such a measure and he is leaning heavily that way.

    So, yesterday I looked and today again, and yes, support is in the 70%-80% range, at first glance. But, looking at the people who support it on Twitter, I notice they have very few followers, some only 1 follower and most not more than 30 followers.

    So, we have a Premier who bases his decisions on the number of favorable Twitter/FB posts and not on critical thinking. It’s a replay of his sudden decision to impose dog walk restrictions after 10 pm which he later rescinded.

    All these people supporting him in the Liquor Board ban are in line with what is said in the video of mass formation. They want to belong to a group and they are stressed out.

    What would be the consequences of such a ban? The answers are alcoholism, heavy drinking, depression, poor work performance, less sleep… many of these leading up to violence and increased hospital visits.

    The non-jabbed (20% of the population) said they would buy their liquor online; however, to do so requires buying at least 12 bottles at a time. Some said they would travel to Ontario with the same results aka buying a few cases. Others said they would buy it at the grocery and convenience stores but if they do that, inventories will deplete and they’ll have to dish out more money for the more expensive bottles which leads us back to ordering online.

    And the hate-filled mass formation will suffer the consequences also because the Liquor Board will deplete its stocks due to a heavy rise in online ordering.

    Me, I drink one bottle of wine every 4 to 5 days. I would never order online because I know if it’s there, it’s tempting. But not everybody is me and there are many angry people.

    So, I write all this to show the total incompetency of the government and how mass formation has influenced him.

    • What are these commies trying to do to us, make us healthy? No booze, we can’t walk into a pot shop (I presume), we resist big pharma and big government dictates. What are we? We are stubborn and informed. We build parallel social structures. What gives?

      Eureka!. I got it! Already-surpassed-by-reality science fiction idea #135:

      Narrator’s voice up:

      In a dystopian plot to cull an overpopulated planet,
      Globalists coerce the people into injecting a mystery serum. Our rag-tag band of resistance fighters–some vaxxed and some not–have taken their last stand on a windswept Quebec mountain top. Our heroic couple, Dirk Dash and the beautiful woman who secretly loves him, April May, find themselves momentarily apart from the others, who are boiling a wild boar, confessing their innermost thoughts. She has long auburn hair. He does too, including a cleft chin that looks like it came from an axe wound:

      April-  “Oh, Dirk, I think I’ve broken a nail. How will I survive?”

      Dirk- (Squinting into the distance, strong jaw set.)
      “I ask myself the same question, over and over. If only we spoke French.”

      April- “But we can learn, Dirk, we can learn.” she pleads, crouching on the ground beside his leg as he stares out over an uncertain vista, the destiny of his charges heavy on his broad shoulders. She wears a flowing dress, oddly, like the year is 1955.

      Dirk- “Damn it all, woman, don’t you see? Of course we can learn. This is the point of it all. While all of this madness has gone on–all of this mass-line formation–we’ve been thinking the Globalists were trying to kill us. No! Just the opposite is true!”

      Dirk Dash falls to one knee cupping one of April May’s delicate, porcelain hands in his. His trousers (a 1950’s word if ever there was one) are made from deer hide. The camera closes in on their faces. Hers become gauzy as she gazes into his eyes, distracted by his handsome resolve.

      “I see it all clearly, now, April. They’ve been testing us to find out who’s the smartest and toughest of us all. It’s the resistors they want. The people who don’t follow the crowd.”

      “But why, Dirk, why?”

      Dirk stands back up, resting one foot on the rock beside him. Suddenly he seems more relaxed, more at ease. The truth has set him free.

      “Aliens, sweetheart. Aliens.”

      “Aliens, Dirk? But–.”

      (Music rises)

      “–I know, I know. You’re a woman so it’s difficult for you to understand. But it’s clear now this whole thing is about the coming alien invasion. See, the Globalists know it, and they know the only people who can resist the alien mind-control weapons are those who can resist them in this very test they have put us through. And it’s not over yet. No ma’am. They won’t stop till they’re satisfied they’ve got the best, brightest and toughest of us. So we’ll learn our Ding-dong, damn it. We’ll show those godless bastards who can put the boots to alien scum. We’ll show them who can learn French!”

      “Oh, Dirk. (Fawning) You’re so smart and brave. What else can I do to help the cause?”

      Music crescendos

      Dirk crouches back down beside April, grasping her hand once again.

      “Well, there is one thing, I–“.

      “Anything, Dirk. And I really mean anything.”

      “Well, I haven’t eaten since this morning before sunrise when I killed that wild boar with my bare teeth. I was wondering if you’d make me a tuna sandwich. And we shan’t survive without vitamin D and zinc supplements.”

      “Oh, Dirk. Would you like that with pickles or onions? And why are you suddenly using antiquated English?”


      The two stare lovingly into each other’s eyes. Maybe in another time, another place, thinks Dirk, but not now. He’s got a humanity to save.

      Fade to hope.

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