Alex Tsakumis takes the Globe/CTV story apart

You must read this to understand why the Globe is lying when it says Liberal politicians were exonerated.

This is the second time in two weeks that the Globe/CTV consortium has fronted a targeted leak to serve questionable ends.

This entry was posted in BC Politics. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Alex Tsakumis takes the Globe/CTV story apart

  1. PG says:

    Great point. I also note that Bill Tieleman posted something more interesting about the Canucks ownership.

  2. Linda says:

    As long as the BC Liberals are in office, their litany of lies will continue. Campbell’s two election lies. The BCR wasn’t for sale. The HST wasn’t on his and Hansen’s radar. Both lies were the most contemptible, in Canadian history. As far as the media goes, they too are contemptible. Campbell’s butt kissers, is what they really are. Good grief, saying Campbell and Clark are exonerated from any involvement of, Campbell’s corrupt sale of the BCR. The evidence says otherwise. Shame on the media, for being Campbell’s propaganda ministers.

  3. Dan Schubart says:

    The Press definitely serves the interests of the Campbell clique, but the Gazetteer also brought up again the question of the people pulling those levers of power. Campbell serves himself well, despite his bleatings on the tube about “volunteering” for public service, largely because he comes from the developer coterie that constitutes a faction of the lever-pulling class. It tends to bring to mind Mussolini’s comment that fascism could better be termed corporatism because of the tight integration of large corporate interests with repressive and deceptive government (lots of editorializing on my part, sorry). Wisconsin, and now Ohio, show some signs of finally getting a clue and seeing what to do about it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *