September 22, 2015

May vs. Munk -- and the media's selective outrage over partisan charities

Rebel Staff
 

The Green Party is so mad that leader Elizabeth May has been excluded from the Munk Debates that they've complained to Canada Revenue.

May was part of the Maclean's debate, but she mostly served as a combination court jester and Trudeau's tag team partner.

She was excluded from the Globe's debate and frankly, it made for a better program.

The next debate will be hosted by the Munk Centre and sponsored in part by the Aurea Foundation.

They've chosen not to include May, too -- so the Green Party has filed a CRA complaint charging that Aurea is violating its charitable status.

How? Because by excluding May, they no longer qualify as "non-partisan."

The media has been all over this story -- but where were they when "green" charities like the Suzuki Foundation were campaigning against Harper?

 



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commented 2015-10-19 00:35:17 -0400
WE EXPRESS OUR TOTAL AND UTTER CONTEMPT AGAINST GREEN PARTY !

Elizabeth May’s leadership IS in serious doubt. Her presence in government and in the media DISGRACES the entire nation. Her DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT reached an UNFORTUNATE APEX on May 13th, 2015, when she clearly demonstrated that she is a MUSLIM-TERRORIST-LOVING CANADA-HATING LUSH by SCREAMING OBSCENITIES AND INSULTS to a room-full of people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpOE59SinhE

Observers have concluded that the ONLY profession that May appears to be suited for is as a restaurant waitress, a task that she will return to once she has lost the 2015 Canadian Federal Election. She may also be interested in obtaining training in bartending, a profession that will give her access to liquor in order to remain a lush and hurl drunken and embarrassing statements to rooms full of people.

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commented 2015-09-24 05:07:46 -0400
Glad you mentioned it Alex!… We do indeed have a “French citizen” hoping to become the Prime Minister of Canada!… The conflict of interest seems to have been conveniently deep-sixed as an issue by the Main Stream Media… I can tell you such a “dual allegiance” would not be tolerated in any other country in the world… Does ANYBODY in a media scrum with Mulcair have the guts to ask about his true allegiance?… Don’t hold your breath….
commented 2015-09-23 11:24:07 -0400
I guess I’ll have to get out and cancel out Doug Brinkman’s Vote. ;-)
commented 2015-09-23 01:59:05 -0400
the cbc deleting negative comments from Nahlah Ayed’s twisted articles, even most of the left wing crowd is against the muslim invasion in Germany and is outraged at cbc’s lies
commented 2015-09-22 23:21:50 -0400
How many times have the CBC talked about Christopher Speer or Layne Morris. Most Canadians don’t even know the victims of Omar Khadr’s crimes. Yet the CBC has put Omar on a pedestal.
It is still Elizabeth May’s view is that Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo’s death were not by the hands of terrorists. Should anyone having this view and loving the murderer Khadr so much really be allowed to participate in a Canadian debate.

Well hmm. maybe. Do we not have a French citizen participating also.
commented 2015-09-22 21:56:21 -0400
“The Liberal judiciary has no issues ignoring laws they do not want to uphold if it does not fit their political agenda.”

I agree.
commented 2015-09-22 19:57:12 -0400
Rick said, “I thought 3rd party advertising was supposed to have stopped once the writ had been dropped? Oh, I forgot, the end always justifies the means, even if illegal!”

They know that they can get away with it anyway since if they were taken to court, a Liberal judge would rule in their favor regardless of whether it was against the law or not. The Liberal judiciary has no issues ignoring laws they do not want to uphold if it does not fit their political agenda.
commented 2015-09-22 19:55:45 -0400
I wonder if May can read. I seriously question that. I remember when Mulroney stepped down, and his fall-guy (fall-girl?) Kim Campbell faced the next election where the Tories were trounced so bad they lost Official Party Status. May’s “party”, if it could actually be called that, has one seat, far too few to make Official Party Status. What about that does she NOT get? Perhaps the fact that her “party” and “platform” is actually irrelevant, and she has next to no candidates to rectify this lack of status? She should get real and face reality…

Then again, belonging to (even heading up) the “Green” party — which, I think, stand more for toking up than anything else — is not a good shot at reality… She might do even better as a Rhino Party candidate…
commented 2015-09-22 19:48:55 -0400
This kind of capitalism is the thing that keeps me awake at night, haven’t slept for 4months. I literally cried after the NDP took control in Alberta. What they said would happen, happened. So will what they say will happen, happen? Will NDP shut down Canada? Or will Liberals drive our economy down, comparable to Greece? Will we get a chance to find out? I hope not.
commented 2015-09-22 19:16:08 -0400
Methinks Lizzie the Lush is upset at the lack of forum to express her adoration of Omar Khadr! Well, Omar is for the most part a free terrorist now thanks to Lieberal Judiciary in Edmonton. She is certainly free to travel to Toronto to have a tete’ a tete’ with her hero personally. Somehow I doubt he will buy her drinks though, or not? Media? On the west coast today, Chek News in Victoria on their news website was running video ads from Unifor blaming PM Harper for potential oil spills. I thought 3rd party advertising was supposed to have stopped once the writ had been dropped? Oh, I forgot, the end always justifies the means, even if illegal!
commented 2015-09-22 18:52:52 -0400
Maybe she forgot that to have official party status in Parliament you need ten seats. Ergo, Parliament does not recognise the Greens as an official party, So what could possibly be her point? Not invited to a private party?
commented 2015-09-22 18:46:00 -0400
Ah loosen up will ya, when yer talkin’ parties you’re talking Lizzy May – she loooooves to party. Give’er a liter of fair trade organic likker and hit off the bong and she’s a non stop stand up comic complete with Foster Brooks slurred speech and prat falls – just ask the press club – what party could be complete without that?
commented 2015-09-22 18:44:24 -0400
I really hope that Dizzy May loses her seat on October 19th!
commented 2015-09-22 18:17:04 -0400
“The media has been all over this story — but where were they when “green” charities like the Suzuki Foundation were campaigning against Harper?

Cue the crickets of course. What else can we expect from the biased left-wing CBC, the tabloid The (Red) Star, and so on? Their hypocrisy is no longer stunning but rather expected.

Hey Vlad that’s a very short term fix. That case of liquor would be gone in a flash and then we’d have to send her more and more. Hey, wait a minute, isn’t that the socialist dream of getting a bunch of stuff for free? Count me out, I’m not willing to finance that.
commented 2015-09-22 18:00:42 -0400
Get a cheap case of whiskey and ship it to Elizabutt May – that should shut her up so long as their is no microphone around.