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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

In other CBC news...


Casey and Finnegan have been spotted visiting a prominent Bay St. law firm.


Posted by Neo Conservative on November 27, 2007 in Media | Permalink


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The real CBC story here should have been the piece that aired on the Sanitational last night where a CBC journalist was invited to a Hamas bomb and rocket making facility in Gaza.

Does not the Canadian government have Hamas blacklisted as a terrorist organization? Why the **** is a CBC journalist giving publicity let alone talking with an evil and bloodthirsty terrorist cell? Why was this journalist not seized and interrogated for information he may have picked up about the people involved, their location, cell phone numbers anything?

Why is he not being arrested for treasonous activities?

Just what is going on here?


Posted by: Epsilon | 2007-11-27 11:26:56 AM

epsi ~

The CBC is a comrade-in-arms to terrorists - I mean insurgents.

Posted by: obc | 2007-11-27 11:32:12 AM

To think my tax dollars support this makes me ill. Physically ill.


Posted by: Epsilon | 2007-11-27 11:47:30 AM

Look up, look waaaayyy up, and I'll call a lawyer!

Posted by: Markalta | 2007-11-27 1:01:04 PM

A forthcoming majority government ought to dismantle the CBC - or just for a wee bit of vengeance - sell it to FOX NEWS as their Canadian outlet. :)

Posted by: obc | 2007-11-27 1:08:06 PM

Ahhhh, let me savour that thought!

Posted by: Epsilon | 2007-11-27 1:14:21 PM

epsi ~

I thought the use of "wee bit" might draw you out! :)

Posted by: obc | 2007-11-27 1:15:51 PM

Aye! Ah guuud man yah arrrrh!

Posted by: Epsilon | 2007-11-27 1:21:26 PM

obc - A forthcoming majority government ought to dismantle the CBC - or just for a wee bit of vengeance - sell it to FOX NEWS as their Canadian outlet. :)

Oh wouldn't that be grand. Instead of getting news from "leftoids" you could get it from a scientologist.

Posted by: O'REILLY | 2007-11-27 1:21:47 PM

Sorry, guess I misread the original piece. I referred to The Friendly Giant, not Casey and Finnegan. Woe is me.

Posted by: Markalta | 2007-11-27 1:23:55 PM

There is no logical reason why the CBC should exist on this earth. Tear it down and incinerate the rubble - no trace of it must remain except in memory, which will soon fade.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2007-11-27 2:55:06 PM

When I was a kid in Scotland, there was this show from Canada and I think it was called "The Forest Rangers".

It sounds silly but that show had such a profound effect on me. I wanted to go to Canada and be friends with the kids in that show. As it happens, here I am!

But those days are gone. The kiddie shows now are nothing but boring pc socialist crap.

I would suggest that we take the ashes from Zeb's CBC rubble and with the cost savings from axing the CBC, we build a rocket and launch those ashes beyond reach of earth, beyond the reach of the solar system and guide it towards the centre of the Milky Way where these ashes shall pass the event horizon and be consumed in a Black Hole and rendered to but mere quarks. Hopefully, this is beyond the reach of any leftoid never to be retrieved. Not even in their psycho-quantum druggie dreams.


Posted by: Epsilon | 2007-11-27 3:46:15 PM

Here's something PM Harper should emulate on day one of his majority government:

"Sask. government announces big civil service shakeup"

The Saskatchewan Party government is shaking up the civil service this week, giving pink slips to eight deputy ministers.

That's about half of the deputy ministers in the provincial civil service. Deputy ministers are the senior civil servants in the provincial departments who work closely with the ministers, who are politicians.

The Saskatchewan Party government fired eight deputy ministers and hired some new ones, putting its stamp on the civil service.The Saskatchewan Party government fired eight deputy ministers and hired some new ones, putting its stamp on the civil service.

After the NDP took power in 1991, many of the deputies received their walking papers.

Now it's the Saskatchewan Party's turn to put their stamp on the civil service. One of the changes is to refer to government departments as ministries.

TIME TO THROW these socialist employees out on their fat behinds!

Posted by: obc | 2007-11-27 3:52:56 PM

I have said this before to the chagrin of some ... but ...

If ever there is a terrorist attack in Toronto, please it be the CN Tower falling directly on the CBC building when the entire collective is in a catered lunch meeting. And please make it when there is no one in the CN Tower but the terrorists.

Posted by: John | 2007-11-27 4:08:39 PM

I hope that there isn't a terrorist attack on Toronto. It might incline people to treat them with sympathy, much like towards NYC after 9/11. Toronto people must never be treated with sympathy - only outright contempt for their decrepit failure of a city. They're a laughing stock and should be treated as such.

If there was one, it would be their fault anyway.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2007-11-27 4:49:37 PM


here, epsi... the "forest rangers" site...



Posted by: neo | 2007-11-27 5:16:03 PM

Nice, ZP. As good as can be expected from the likes of you. I will try to keep that in mind when my office tower here on Bay Street finally gets what New York got. Prick.


Posted by: RightGirl | 2007-11-28 7:06:31 AM

RG = Little Eichmann.

I said that I hope that Toronto doesn't get hit. It would make people sympathize with Toronto, which is as intolerable as Toronto people are towards their non-white population. Why don't you people do something about your concentration camp of a city?

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2007-11-28 8:14:11 AM

Not concentration camp - that's not true.

It's more like a plantation.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2007-11-28 8:14:54 AM

Hey folks, I don't kow why I did not share this site with you before--it is:


Good solid information on terrorists and issues of real interest.

It is also not funded by any special interest or lobbygroups, like oil--but gets donations from individuals and raises money from projects and programs it runs.

Posted by: Lady | 2007-11-28 9:06:48 PM

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