February 24, 2015

Is there an Oscar for hypocrisy? Liberal Hollywood millionaires demand wage equality

Brian LilleyArchive

Left wing hypocrisy was on full display at the Oscar's, as millionaires called for wage equality.

I have some fun at their expense in my latest podcast. PLUS:

Premier Wynne continues to claim there is "nothing to see here," so why is she changing the channel to sex-ed?

NOW available in paperback and Kindle:
Brian Lilley's book CBC Exposed has been called "the political book of the year."

You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2015-02-26 21:06:49 -0500
I was listening to the Ben Shapiro Podcast Show and he commented very clearly the situation of Hollywoods dopey “pay equity, or pay equality”. Ben ripped them very good. Its so great having a massive personality like Ben Shapiro give opinions that are so clear to understand. Likewise a man like Trey Gowdy bringing clarity to Law. Or Dennis Prager bringing commentary on political science.
Conservatives have some bright lights to listen too. Unfortunately our television is now totally snookered by liberalism bias. Maybe for now. But I don’t see even Stephan Harper and his Band of Coservatives having the gumption to challenge the CRTC and over rule the bias in TV Media. Or permit the CBC to be used as the National Liberal Broadcast Company. Enough is enough, liberal bias is profound, and we are publically funding a National Broadcast Company that has employment opportunities which exclude on CBC Documentation Caucasians. Go figure, I thought the CBC were government sponsored. I thought the Government of Canada cannot be racist, sexist, and non-denominational. If you can’t be racist, then why is there an Official Exclusion of Caucasians?
commented 2015-02-26 16:25:44 -0500
Donald Allan – GREAT IDEA! Hopefully The Rebel will compile news stories and give out the Goebbels Award to worthy candidates. The task would be daunting because there are so many to choose from in Canada.
commented 2015-02-26 15:45:14 -0500
Speaking of award shows, I think we need a Joseph Goebbels Award ceremony where they can have various awards for the best propaganda stories which they cleverly disguise as news. Best anchor propaganda, best short story propaganda, you get the drift. I would nominate the CBC for the best “Near Death Experience” story chronicling “The Starvation of Theresa Spence”. Ezra can hand out the award. David Suzuki is a shoe in for lifetime achievement. We really must recognize the mastery of lies, dishonesty and deceit in the Canadian Media.
commented 2015-02-25 21:05:48 -0500
I say grant them equality. Make the wages of those STARs equal to thos of the gardeners and seamstresses and fruitpickers.
commented 2015-02-24 13:35:54 -0500
Those in Hollywood should just do what they’re paid to do: entertain us.
I don’t want to hear their political views because they don’t live in the real world. Their lives aren’t normal so their political views can’t possibly be normal.
commented 2015-02-24 11:55:41 -0500
So you think like a socialist The market dictates what you earn. If a woman isn’t happy, withdraw your services. Many corporate women earn more than men. Some of the top executives are women .I’m always amazed at these numbers which have little to do with reality.
commented 2015-02-24 11:19:40 -0500
I like Brian Lilley’s work but I don’t like the podcasts as much as the videos.

Here’s the problem with wage inequality. Whoever owns everything controls everything and everyone. Dictators do it best but our society does it too.

Why do women surgeons make about 60% what male surgeons do? Not for number of hours but for rate of pay. Surgeons bill for the job not the hours. Same with bank executives. Female bank executives make about 60% what male executives do, not because they work less hours but because their rate of pay is less.

Our society may not value women half of men under the law, as shariah does. But we value women less, make no mistake. The fact that doing so violates our Constitution simply makes ours a culture of hypocrisy.

I favour equity. But getting there is a process. I don’t believe it can be achieved in a world of nation states. Maybe with a world government administered under some open data system of democracy. That’s where we’re headed. There or a world caliphate. Take your pick.
commented 2015-02-24 10:55:34 -0500
I don’t watch the Oscar’s. Political crap like this makes me I’ll.
commented 2015-02-24 10:33:32 -0500
Any electorate which is opaque and jaded enough to re-elect this disgraceful government after 11 years of gross incompetence and corruption cannot in all seriousness be expected to care what atrocities they continue to enact going forward. My, how far the apple has fallen from the tree.
commented 2015-02-24 10:13:28 -0500
Go Gettem"
commented 2015-02-24 10:11:44 -0500
You should enable us to like comments and unlike them.
commented 2015-02-24 10:10:31 -0500
Yale university went in length explaining why men earn more money than women, at more than 80% men will work night shift for higher pay, men will travel more than 20 miles to work women won’t . most men will do overtime, women are reluctant, men will work week-ends less women will, a fun one men would accept to get dirty at their job , women won’t. enough said,
commented 2015-02-24 09:43:24 -0500
Oh, poor little rich girls!!!!