I just heard a guest expert on CTV Newsnet—a propagandist, it seems to me—from the ever-so objective Sierra Club (a totally objective non-political think-tank apparently, notwithstanding the green Party’s Elizabeth May being it’s honcho for 17 years, because we weren’t told otherwise the way we are when somebody from the Heritage Foundation is about to be interviewed). The story is set against a backdrop of horrid “man-made global warming” video—calamities-in-the-making —smoke stacks, melting ice, more smoke stacks, more smoke stacks, and, well, a warming crisis wrapped in climate Armageddon. Thanks for the fair and balanced approach, CTV.
The CTV’s guest expert, Jean Langois of the Sierra Club
Mr. Langois said that Canada is being singled out all over the world—implying that Canada is being ridiculed for what I think he would have us believe is an evil conspiratorial approach designed to sabotage the conference. Having been asked specifically, he reported that our Liberal Frenchman Stephane Dion, who is there for some unknown but clearly wasteful reason (benefiting only his political aspirations and nothing more but pretending to benefit the world, Algore-style), told reporters that “Canada’s approach is a recipe for failure!” Langois agreed with that assessment. You’d think they were on the same side.
And nice of our Liberal Frenchman to bad-mouth our country while in another country, huh? Any other denigrating words for the world about Canada, Dion? Get it out of your system!
The expert said that at the Bali conference, “it’s Canada versus everyone else.” Huh. I found that hard to believe. So I looked at the world media just now, and this is what I found: He’s either a liar and pushing an agenda through deceit, with the able help of the CTV who questions practically nothing he says, or he’s woefully uninformed. I personally think he’s a liar.
The Times of London reports on the Bali conference without once mentioning Canada. Not once. If it’s all about “Canada against the rest of the world”, you’d think they’d mention that.
In the leftist Guardian in the U.K., they mention Canada only once in passing, and only in the context of Canada being on side with the Britain and the European Union, Japan, the U.S., and so on. Hardly “Canada against the world”. In fact it’s actually the exact opposite.
If CNN is even covering this story, I couldn’t find it after an extensive search. And FoxNews.com doesn’t mention Canada. Even the liberals’ bible, the New York Times, mentions Canada today only barely and just in a passing reference to other countries that are beginning to side with the U.S. stance—i.e., we’re well within the mainstream and hardly the rogue state that Canada’s liberal media and the Sierra Club expert seek to portray.
Nonetheless, apparently there is nobody on the face of the earth who thinks Canada is on the right track, otherwise for balance, I’m sure CTV would interview them. Cough.