Friday, April 23, 2010

Climategate, New Revelations, Connection to Marxism

Watch this video. Sean Hannity on his show last night had a guest on that has written a book that connects  the whole global warming scam  to Marxism and how politicians, elitists, and scientists created  a phony crisis.  He estimates Al Gore has made about $500 million so far and could end up making about $1billion when it's all over. The guest, Brian Sussman author of "Climategate" and meterologist calls Gore a "charlatan". He's right, Gore is a charlatan.
BTW, how much has David Suzuki made so far from this made up crisis?


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Questioning the CBC and Polling Impartiality

Kory Teneckye did an excellent job exposing Ekos pollster, Frank Graves yesterday on CBC's Power and Politics. It was revealed that since 2001, Graves has given over $11,000 to the Liberals compared with not quite $500 to Conservatives.   Frank did finally admit his progressive liberal leanings, fine but identify yourself as such especially when you're giving a political party strategical advise.  Ekos is the main  polling firm  for CBC. It puts in question the validity of their polls.
 Lawrence Martin in his column yesterday had this in it. In Mr. Graves own words. He's been giving the Liberals strategy advice that's actually pretty divisive.   He was basically advising to the Liberals to start a culture war in other words, create division in the country as a way to win.
In his advice, Mr. Graves could hardly have been more blunt. “I told them that they should invoke a culture war. Cosmopolitanism versus parochialism, secularism versus moralism, Obama versus Palin, tolerance versus racism and homophobia, democracy versus autocracy. If the cranky old men in Alberta don’t like it, too bad. Go south and vote for Palin.”
Now the Conservative party is questioning the impartiality of the CBC and has sent a letter to CBC's ombudsman.
The president of the Conservative Party has accused a CBC pollster of advising federal Liberals to incite a “culture war” that pits Canadians against Canadians.
Conservative Party of Canada president John Walsh sent a letter Thursday to the CBC’s Ombudsman charging that EKOS pollster Frank Graves’ comments reported in the Globe and Mail that day raise “serious questions about the impartiality of Canada’s publicly funded national broadcaster.”
This indeed does put into question the impartiality the CBC and it's main pollster. I think this alone is a good reason to cut funding to the useless and biased taxpayer funded public broadcaster. 
 We pay for the CBC to the tune of over a Billion dollars a year and it's supposed to speak for all Canadians not just a few on the left. I don't think we're getting our money's worth,especially in a time of fiscal restraint. I want it gone.
 I agree with Ezra Levant, Frank Graves must be fired.  If they don't CBC will have lost the little credibility they had left.