A state-run CBC replete with an infatuation for sex, nudity, leftist propaganda

UPDATE (March 20, 2008): Relevant screen captures, which illustrated the reasons for my comments in this review, and which exemplified the main thrust of my critical arguments, have been removed, due to a threat of a lawsuit (citing “copyright” violations) from the law firm representing the documentary’s host and the documentary’s production company—see below.

I’m sure if an officer of the law walked in at that moment, I’d be arrested on the spot and thrown in jail for some sort of sexual/pornographic assault or some such crime against the young neighbor girl who was visiting us.  If her mom or dad walked in, I’d be whacked flat onto the ground instantly. And I’d have understood completely. 

This past Friday evening at 7:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time (and the time is key), me and the neighbor girl from down the street were chatting and watching the state-run (also a key fact) news channel called “Newsworld” (also a key fact), when we were presented with video of a man, totally frontally naked, running in extreme slow motion (also a key fact) just past the CBC cameraman, thus enabling an excruciatingly painfully close, detailed view of the man’s appendage flopping around as he ran, with the camera following him as he ran past a line of women who were also totally naked, standing there in protest against something.  Again, this was all in slo-mo. 

The young neighbor girl was shocked and then amused.  I was not.

It wasn’t a “news” story per se, as most things on the CBC—“Newsworld” or not—are not.  It was another brilliant CBC “documentary”.  Upon later review, I found it was called “Naked”.  It was all about naked people being naked in public.  The entire “documentary” was filled with scores of naked people—which the CBC showed us in vivid full-frontal graphically nude fashion. 

It wasn’t entirely about naked people though—it was manifestly another excuse to show methods by which Canadians and Americans can protest George Bush, and anything else you find offensive.

The “documentarian”, Mary Bissell, didn’t simply educate us objectively about these protest methods, as a proper journalist would do on any porno channel run by far-leftist militants.  No no.  She injected herself right into the story by—you guessed it—taking off all of her clothes and then posing for the cameras—leg lifted and spread in some weird tree-hugging photo-stunt, and most everything exposed, albeit mercifully from some distance so we couldn’t see absolutely everything her gynecologist sees.  On the state-run CBC Newsworld channel at 7:00 PM on Friday.

She was one of them.  A protester herself.  This time the protest was fallaciously portrayed as being against the B.C. government totally ruining a whole geographically significant whack of owl and eagle-laden Canadian land near Vancouver—in order, they reported, to do nothing but cut the drive time to Whistler by three minutes.  Which of course is a total lie.  But who cares?  I’m quite sure most sensible people with taste simply switched channels at this point, but some watched her getting her picture taken for a nude calendar, and watched as she wrapped her nude body around a tree in a twist on “tree hugging”.  I guess this was a sort of “tree fornicating”. 

And in fact, I really don’t see what is stopping the fringe leftists at the insane state-run CBC from doing a documentary about that next.  A “documentary’ about folks having wild monkey-sex in the middle of parks and our streets and all over our public squares.  Simply find “a good reason” for doing it—like protesting morals generally, or Christian (or plain old normal) traditional Canadian values—or hey I know—protest parents who try to raise their kids to be such suck-up innocents, and get them into the real world of “progressive” liberal bare-ass and bare-sex-organ state-run TV “news”. 

What’s to stop them? 

Here are some screen-captures of the “documentary” on CBC called Naked, broadcast at 7:00 PM on Friday September 21 2007.  In each case, I “blurred-out” the frontal nudity—the CBC did not—they showed it all:

UPDATE: SCREEN CAPTURES REMOVED AS A RESULT OF THE THREAT OF A LAWSUIT


The documentary’s host/star and production company (the CBC merely commissioned the piece) had their lawyers send a “demand letter” to me threatening to sue me if I failed to remove the relevant screen captures from this article.  They cited the fact that I failed to get permission from them to include them.  In my critical review of this documentary.  Which was shown on the state-owed CBC.  In prime time.

My feeling was and still is that under Canada’s “fair dealing” laws, fair use of such material is permitted when the purpose is fair, and it is a review or a criticism of the material; and in this case the relative importance of screen captures to exemplify the validity of my editorial arguments is rather obvious.

However, since I have lack the funds necessary to fend off this, the latest PTBC-related legal threat, I chose to abide by their demand and remove the screen captures, which were below.  I left some of the illustrative text where the screen-captures were.

The “documentary opened with this sight—which the CBC showed with full frontal nudity in very slow motion.  Why?  I think it’s because they’re perverted and don’t care about you and your family and what you think.  I blurred-out the frontal nudity—the CBC did not. 

**REMOVED DUE TO LEGAL THREAT FROM DOCUMENTARY HOST AND PRODUCTION COMPANY**

“No Bush” refers to President Bush—but I’m sure the perverts at the CBC enjoyed the pun. 

**REMOVED DUE TO LEGAL THREAT FROM DOCUMENTARY HOST AND PRODUCTION COMPANY**

Here is our “documentary” host Mary Bissell—second from left—injecting herself right into the story by taking off her clothes and posing with some other moonbat protesters for a cause she thinks everyone should believe in.

**REMOVED DUE TO LEGAL THREAT FROM DOCUMENTARY HOST AND PRODUCTION COMPANY**

Here is our “documentary” host Mary Bissell injecting herself right into the story by taking off her clothes and doing a tree—for a cause she thinks everyone should believe in.

**REMOVED DUE TO LEGAL THREAT FROM DOCUMENTARY HOST AND PRODUCTION COMPANY**

Here we see the ubiquitous big nanny-state liberal government propaganda logo logo—other “sponsors” were of course the state-run CBC and state-funded Telefilm Canada—which Canadian law forces private cable and satellite distributors to contribute to monthly.  Also as you can see, additional help was provided by tax breaks from the Liberal B.C. Government and the liberal Canadian government—on top of all the other government/taxpayer cash to present this total crap.  It was pretty much a totally state-funded (that’s communist-style) propaganda piece for you Canadians—and your children. 

**REMOVED DUE TO LEGAL THREAT FROM DOCUMENTARY HOST AND PRODUCTION COMPANY**

As we can see here, it was actually “commissioned by” the state-run CBC Newsworld.

**REMOVED DUE TO LEGAL THREAT FROM DOCUMENTARY HOST AND PRODUCTION COMPANY**

Here are some other blog entries exposing the CBC and their perverted notion of what they think are “Canadian values” and their mandate:

State-run CBC in new sex series… 

The CBC Prez: We did NOT have sexuality on that network, the CBC (except testicle waxing…)

CBC is the depraved channel

“Canadian Values”, liberal-left style, again

Depraved programming accessible to our nation’s kids; brought to you by…

Once again let me remind Canadians of the obvious:  State-run and state-owned media should be banned in this country, and that notion enshrined in our constitution.

You can write a comment to the CBC here.  Or maybe just take off all your clothes, get someone to take your nude picture, and send them that picture in protest.  (I’ll bet you’ll get a call from the police if you do that—so maybe you shouldn’t.) 

 

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