We all instinctively understand we are getting stiffed. We instinctively know that those red and blue entities are social clubs of corruption and hypocrisy. We just don’t know what to do about it.
Many Canadians are not aware of just how systemic the threats of lawsuits are in this country. From my own experience, I have noticed they are used arbitrarily, mostly as a tool to scare critics from commenting publicly and almost all of them are without teeth.
If it is par for the course, if political operatives routinely sabotage, secretly record their enemies and engage in entrapment to further their parties’ or their own political ambitions, what does this say about public service in Canada?
A one hour interview with Jordan Peterson, before the mega stardom but still at a time where he was becoming a household name. This interview was for a radio station in Killaloe, Ontario.
Former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould is in the midst of a potential political moment. To many, she’s a hero, an Indigenous woman who is fighting against a corrupt status quo. Even opposition MPs, albeit for terribly selfish reasons, are singing her praise.
Finance Minister Vic Fedeli, who last year acknowledged being accused by a former staffer of sexual misconduct, is now claiming he had no knowledge of the complaint until months after the accusations were first brought to former PC leader, Patrick Brown, according to court documents obtained by Blackball Media.