Friday, August 6, 2010

CBC Keeps Smearing Our Troops

What does CBC have against our troops?  They keep smearing them time after time.  The latest is the Wikileaks document that claims  four of our brave soldiers were killed by friendly fire instead of Taliban fire.  Peter Worthington tells of a CBC interview he listened to recently that they had on with an unreliable source to discredit  the former Chief of Defense Staff and others. Former General Rick Hiller and others had come out to set the record straight about what really happened.
Leave it to the CBC to smear our troops.
The most startling aspect for Canadians in the 92,000 documents supposedly leaked by the gadfly outfit WikiLeaks, was four Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan in 2006 were victims of friendly fire, not enemy action.
Although DND, former military boss Gen. Rick Hiller, commanders in the field and troops involved in the action all insist it was Taliban fire that killed their comrades, the CBC chose to dispute this in a long interview with a person they described as a retired American general.
They just can't take former General Rick Hiller's word or the word of other's that were actually there of their recollections of that day.  They will drag anyone or anything out to make our troops look bad in hopes it will reflect on our current government as to make them look bad as well.  At least this government staunchly supports our men and women in uniform unlike the previous Liberal government who treated our military like crap. This government is making sure they have every thing they need in order to be a strong effective military.  In order to have a strong country you need a strong military.

General Hiller is way more credible than anyone that Mothercorp finds to twist the truth and I will believe him any day over what the CBC pushes. 
Shame on them! Time to shut them down. Sell the assets to SunTv.  It would at least help with our deficit reduction. They lost their credibility a long time ago as a trustworthy honest news organization.  
SunTV can't come soon enough to take the CBC and other news organizations to task on their blatant attempts to not tell the real story about what is going on issues like this and other topics.

9 comments:

  1. It seems to me that the CBC is trying to tell the real story and people like you don't like it. Could Hillier be lying? Without question.

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  2. It seems to me that the CBC is trying to tell the real story

    Why would you believe CBC? They have been known to not actually give the whole truth on many stories.
    The story that the former military boss has given has been collaborated by comrades of the fallen soldiers that were actually there on that day their colleagues died and were witnesses to the fact. Why would they lie?

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  3. She was not a general look into her past history with the Military and you shall see why she's shilling for CBc.

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  4. Why do you blog owners continue to allow anonymous trolls to make idiotic comments.Can you not block all anonymous comments and only accept real names.??Quit allowing these idiots to hide behind the burka anon disguise.

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  5. Why do you blog owners continue to allow anonymous trolls to make idiotic comments.

    Bertie, I do believe in free speech. I may not agree with some but I don't believe in censorship unlike our CHRC. Although,sometimes if a comment is so out of line as to slandering someone, I do not approve those kind.

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  6. I forgot,one more thing bertie, as for other bloggers, that's their choice. It' their blog, they can approve or reject any comment they so choose.

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  7. It is not only the military that CBC smears; it is the canadian public as well with their lies and manipulation.
    Too many untold 'positive' stories of our military and of of our country are being left unsaid.

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  8. frmgrl -not sure if you are aware of this article so, to you I send:

    Grassroots democracy: speaking with Danielle Smith
    Posted By Alexandra Pope
    from the Leduc Rep. Sit down interview.

    REP: What do you make of the recent negative publicity about the oilsands? How do you think Alberta can recover its reputation?


    SMITH: I think the interesting thing is that most of the negative press we're seeing about the oilsands is domestic press. But what that means is some of these billboard campaigns in other countries aren't all that effective.

    Read more:

    http://www.leducrep.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2698342

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  9. frmgrl -not sure if you are aware of this article so, to you I send:

    Thanks Jen for that article. I really like Danielle Smith. I think she'll make an excellent premier. She's always very up on the issues.

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