Wednesday, November 30, 2005

The Liberal-Left can no longer deny the existence of the Liberal Media.

Many in the Canadian Liberal-Left as well as MSM journalists react angrily whenever we point out the political bias shown in our media against conservatives and right-of-center views in general.

Whether its Antonia Zerbisias' daily rants, the hysterical reaction by CBC employees to the website cbcwatch.ca when they were "locked out" last summer, or even the hostile reaction some conservative bloggers get when they point out media bias.

Well two days into the electoral campaign, check out CBC's piece on political blogs. The main feature was the website Rabble.ca. Which is NOT a political blog anyway. The reporter describes Rabble.ca (which is openly left-wing and even further left of the NDP on certain decisions) as a website provides "a real pulse" of the nation.

(Hat Tip: Joel Johannesen from Proudtobecanadian.ca.)

I don't know, but I highly doubt that comments like this about the Canadian troops in Afghanistan measures the real "pulse of the nation".

In other words, we know how many Canadian soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan (I think it's 7, right?). But we don't know how many people Canadian soldiers have killed in Afghanistan. Murder is murder. Better to have a killer who admits he's a killer than a killer who deludes himself (and the taxpayer) into thinking that he's a "peacekeeper" or some nonsense like that.

Emphasis mine.

CBC also rubbed salt on the injury by refusing to profile one single conservative blog. The only positive aspect of this is that after they watch the video, the Liberal-Left will no longer slam you as "paranoid".

8 Comments:

At Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Anonymous John said...

They CAN deny it and they will. Journalists are repulsive. Take, for example, your average university or college journalism program. What is there to journalism that couldn't be picked up by anyone in a couple of months of study? It takes these idiots anywhere from 2 to 4 years to complete their studies. That says a lot right there about the type of lazy assed, no talent, no skills, self absorbed, assholes that enter this occupation. They have a hugely inflated sense of self importance and entitlement, yet have done actually nothing of any visible value to warrant such importance or entitlement. No wonder they support the Liberals so overwhelmingly. I DARE (!!!) ANY journalist to reply to this comment and defend their cheap, sordid little occupation. None will of course because they love to hide in their press rooms and hope that any criticism will blow over.

 
At Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Blogger Robert McClelland said...

Dry up and blow away whiner. The Ottawa Citizen just published yet another piece on blogs that only listed Conservative ones.

 
At Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Anonymous John said...

One example, --- one --- out of how many stories printed today? ...Please Incredible defense Bobby now, run along back to the college press room and write your little smear piece on Harper OK? (or you could just do it sitting in the bar alone with your lap top pissed out of your gourd like you usually do).

 
At Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Anonymous John said...

Besides, Bobby? A 1 inch, 22 word blurb buried on page 67 really isn't unbiased journalism if it's competing with 10 politically opposed stories, each 2 pages long, starting on the front page under 4 inch high screaming headlines you stupid tit. I shouldn't be surprised. That's what you losers call "fair coverage". Run along now Bobby. Run along.

 
At Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Blogger The Arabian Knight said...

Robert:

My biggest issue with the report is that they described Babble as a "Blog" where in fact it was a online forum. BIG DIFFERENCE! And 2, I don't think it was appropriate to describe Babble as the "pulse of the nation". I hardly doubt that what's being said in Babble is representative of what Canadians are saying. e.g. Canadian Soliders=Al Qaeda terrorists.

 
At Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Anonymous John said...

One HELL of a blog you have here Arabian Knight. I'm going to tell a few friends about it. I'll be back often.

 
At Friday, 02 December, 2005, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

robert- The Ottawa Citizen and CBC -- one is read in Ottawa, and the other is seen and heard by the entire country. To compare the two in terms of relevance is ridiculous. If you're going to make a comparison the market should be similar.

 
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