Denyse O’Leary writes:
Yes, that is the country I know. And to me it feels immensely liberating to just hear someone recount to a wide audience what has really happened, instead of all the distortions created by “protecting” people’s feelings, and “agreeing with” claims of grievance in order to stay in business – that is, after all, the signature tune of the “human rights” racket.
The thing that most impresses me about Shakedown is that it talks about the reality of living in Canada today. Most of what I hear in media is nonsense, carefully crafted to avoid trouble. The people who craft it may not even realize that they are doing so, in which case I would fully expect them to deny it.
The key point is, many media people don’t ask themselves the one key question: “Why can’t I say what I know is true, based on best information?” They simply tack away from it.