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On August 18th Just Right Media was part of the media scrum following the People’s Party of Canada’s veteran’s policy announcement in Gatineau, Quebec.
Marshall McLuhan was wrong – the medium is not the message – the MEDIA is the message and we present this video so our viewers can get a behind the scene’s look at how journalists through both the questions they ask and the questions they DON’T ask, attempt to shape the narrative surrounding this new party.
Not one journalist except for Just Right’s Robert Vaughan asked a question about the new platform plank although Maxime was joined by the writers of the policy at the scrum, veterans all.
Instead, the media asked questions focusing on issues they thought would be controversial, divisive, and cast the People’s Party in a negative light.
Apologies to our French-speaking countrymen but this is the English part of the scrum only. There were no questions in French dealing with the new policy instead, the French language journalists’ questions parroted those of their English colleagues.
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It should come as no surprise to our regular listeners that with Canada’s federal election only days away, Just Right Media would fully endorse Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada (PPC).
“Fighting for freedom is the most important fight that we must do and we are doing that together,” said Bernier at the PPC event held in Hamilton on September 29. “When I (created the PPC), I thought that I would be alone – but I’ll fight for what I believe. And after a month, we had more than 28 thousand founding members and now it’s a growing movement, more than a political party.”
As long as that remains the mission of the PPC, it will continue to have our support and endorsement – even after the election. It’s hard to do otherwise, given that the party’s first platform completely conforms to the principles and ideas expressed on Just Right.
Not only that, but regular Just Right contributor Salim Mansur has become a leading voice within the PPC movement, and its leader, Maxime Bernier, is the only political party leader in Canada who opposes all censorship and supports the right of Canadians to discuss any issues of concern.Continue reading »
Comments Off on 626 – Uncensored—Freedom of speech and the PPC
It’s hard to ignore the massive crowds attending the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) events across the country, yet the mainstream media does so as a matter of course.
Consider what happened at the September 29 PPC event held at Mohawk College in Hamilton where nearly 1000 people attended to support the PPC’s freedom platform. Most of the mainstream media’s attention was focused on the fascists protesting outside the event. Consumed by their irrational hatred and ignorance, these protesting fascists were never correctly identified by the mainstream media, while their utterly false assertions that the PPC is a ‘racist’ party were allowed to continue unabated and unchallenged.
Canada’s 2019 federal election has reached a new low when it comes to bringing accurate information and the real issues that affect Canadian voters. The main culprit and “enemy of the people” is the mainstream media, which now receives federal subsidies from a corrupt and socialist government.
Silencing the voices of the PPC has become a major effort by the mainstream media and by all of Canada’s other federal political parties, especially the NDP, whose leader, Jagmeet Singh, openly advocated censoring the PPC because of the ‘values’ espoused by the PPC: freedom, responsibility, fairness, and respect. In the mind of Singh and the mainstream media, these ideas and values (which are never explicitly cited by them) are “hateful.”
The mainstream media has been providing a steady stream of fake news, and resorting to misrepresentations, outright censorship, evasion of the facts, and political correctness – all calculated to keep Canadians ignorant and misinformed about their true choices at the polls and what those choices reflect in practice.
With the emergence of the People’s Party of Canada under the leadership of Maxime Bernier, these unconscionable practices of the media and the parties of the Left must be brought to the attention of voters, especially since the PPC now offers them something to vote ‘for’ rather than ‘against’. Currently, the only way to do this is through social media, where audiences can see the unfiltered stark contrast between what the PPC is advocating and what is being reported in their daily print and broadcast media.
Perhaps that’s why one of the key social media outlets invited and openly welcomed at PPC events during this election has been one demonstrated to reliably and objectively report the truth about the PPC: Just Right Media.
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An open discussion on the erosion of free speech in Canada by People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report, and Dr. David Haskell. Hosted by Frank Vaughan with introductory remarks by Professor Emeritus Dr. Salim Mansur.
The event which took place in Hamilton, Ontario, was attended by approximately 1,000 people in a theatre which seated 1,049, despite the intimidating threats by protesters.
We end this complete presentation with Just Right Media interviews of Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin, and Dr. Haskell.
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“The university is broken. It’s petty. It’s corrupt, intellectually corrupt. It’s a breeding ground now for authoritarians.”
So begins Professor Bruce Pardy’s presentation to the Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship’s 2019 AGM.
His talk on the attempts by the Ontario government, led by Doug Ford, to curtail abuses of academic free speech focuses on the recent actions by some universities against some conservative speakers restricting their access to campus after protests by radical and sometimes violent Leftists.
Prof. Pardy’s thesis is that while the Conservative government’s attempt to prevent such biased restrictions is welcome it will not succeed due to the current state of the law in Ontario in the context of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
“If you want to change the law or influence you gotta change the culture.”
Comments Off on 616 – Against the people – The misleading narratives of the mainstream media
“The People’s Party of Canada is a political force that is not to be ignored or underestimated. The PPC is a call to arms,” writes listener Trevor D. in response to our show last week featuring the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) and its leader Maxime Bernier.
His observation is echoed this week by the Rebel Media’s David Menzies, who joins us briefly to share his own surprising insights about the PPC – and of the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC). It was, after all, the CPC that was responsible for driving out both its former members Bernier and Salim Mansur for their courageous attempts to put the most compelling issues facing Canadians on the electoral platform.
As of July 19th when we attended a packed PPC meeting in London, the PPC had already amassed a slate of candidates greater in number than the Green Party, the Liberal Party, and the NDP, while boasting a membership of some 41,000.
Capacity and near-capacity crowds have been attending PPC events across the country where voters can meet Maxime and their local area PPC representatives – candidates whose backgrounds and qualifications defy the current mainstream media narrative about the PPC.Continue reading »
Comments Off on 615 – For the people | Guests: Maxime Bernier and Salim Mansur
Following a dramatic turn of events, Just Right’s regular contributor Salim Mansur has joined the team of Maxime Bernier’s newly-formed PEOPLE’S PARTY of CANADA (PPC) and will be that party’s candidate for London-North-Centre as Canadians head towards the October 21 federal election. Both Salim and Maxime join us today to tell a story that you will likely not hear in the mainstream media.
Having already spent ten months campaigning to be nominated as the Conservative Party (CPC) candidate for the riding, Salim’s Conservative candidacy was rejected because his views would be considered ‘Islamophobic,’ one of many critical issues that the Conservative Party refuses to discuss. Given that Salim’s views on Islamism have long been known far and wide, it is disgraceful that the CPC allowed him to campaign on that party’s behalf for so long before rejecting his candidacy. And of course, the irony that Salim is a Muslim himself cannot be escaped.
Fortunately, Salim’s voice will not be silenced, thanks to Maxime Bernier’s principled support of freedom of speech.
What the experiences of both Salim and Maxime illustrate is that the Conservative Party of Andrew Scheer is no different that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party. A political victory for either of those parties represents a clear loss for Canada and the Canadian people.Continue reading »