I find it to be astonishing that it’s become virtual public record by this point that Queen Elizabeth and husband Prince Phillip butchered and ritualistically murdered those missing indigenous school children up in Canada. This is one of the reasons she cannot return to Canada without running the risk of being arrested(allegedly… supposedly… purportedly). Though for some reason I have a feeling it’s not that easy to just arrest the frigging Queen of England. I don’t find it astonishing at all that the Queen consumed a bunch of children. What I find to be most astonishing was that there was a bona-fide law enforcement apparatus that was willing is to use enforcement abilities to actually hold these monsters accountable. Or at least appear to be attempting to.
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When it comes to the coverage of graves identified near residential schools, the legacy media’s coverage has been dishonest and inaccurate.
This past week, on my podcast, I discussed how the media has purposely spread misinformation.
Earlier this week, when a fourth First Nations band claimed they had found unmarked graves, the media immediately picked up the story without any fact-checking or additional research.
Unlike the first three bands, who claimed to have found unmarked graves using ground-penetrating radar technology, the Penelakut Tribe did not say if they used technology to uncover their findings. In fact, they have not responded to media requests trying to understand how these unmarked graves were discovered. In other words, this is simply a claim with no evidence.
But that didn’t stop multiple media outlets, including the CBC, from running the story anyway.
And of course, to nobody’s surprise, this wasn’t the only time the state broadcaster has spread fake news in recent days.
On my show yesterday, I exposed how the CBC just can’t help but show its leftist bias and attack Conservative politicians in Canada.
While blurring the distinction between news and opinion journalism, the CBC took aim at Manitoba Premier Pallister for “controversial” comments he made 7 years ago about residential schools.
The legacy media in Canada has done a tremendous disservice to all Canadians – especially First Nations.
Their reporting has created a moral panic, which has led to over 45 churches being vandalized and burned.
This is why independent media in Canada is so important right now.
Without outlets like True North, legacy media outlets like the CBC will never be held accountable.
Canadians deserve better. Canadians deserve factual and honest reporting.
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More claims of unmarked graves, more misinformation from the legacy media
A fourth First Nations band claims they have found unmarked graves, this time on a small island off the coast of Vancouver Island. Unlike the first three bands, who claimed to have found unmarked graves using ground-penetrating radar technology, the Penelakut Tribe did not say if they used technology to uncover their findings. In fact, they have not responded to media requests trying to understand how these unmarked graves were discovered.
In other words, this is simply a claim with no evidence. But that doesn’t matter to the legacy media. Multiple media outlets, including the CBC, Global News, CTV and others picked up the story and ran with it anyway.
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