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Saturday, February 26, 2005

Where's the CBC?, part two

There was a "free Syria" rally on Parliament Hill. Still waiting for the CBC to give these folks a minute of airtime.

Posted by Ezra Levant on February 26, 2005 | Permalink


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No worries - Fox is coming.

I'm surprised anyone still holds out hope that CBC will liberate itself from it's institutional mindset. Steyn got it right when he commented on the machiavellian influence of Peter Desmarais who is everywhere in the global game and yet ... nowhere ... when it comes to CBC coverage.

I would love to read Franz Kafka on the CBC. I think K would even find it weirder in there than in the hinterlands in and around the fabled "castle".

Posted by: raskolnikov aka aidan | 2005-02-26 6:23:14 PM

Wait? Until the Ottawa River freezes over.
The CBC is the mouthpiece of the Left/Liberal/NDP/Bloc.

The CBC - $1,000,000,000 - of Canadian taxpayer's money spilled over the Left and its agenda.

Syria: Out of Lebanon.

Posted by: maz2 | 2005-02-26 7:24:46 PM

Bloggers come through again.

See this for a photo essay on the demonstration in Ottawa:


Posted by: maz2 | 2005-02-27 11:48:53 AM

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