Skip to comments.Canadian Broadcast Corporation's commentator Rex Murphy gives a great editorial on ClimateGate
Posted on 12/04/2009 5:56:17 PM PST by 20 years too late
Fortunately, with the internet, we are no longer captive of Big Media for our news. The government-owned Canadian Broadcast Corporation, of all things, has been covering the controversy extensively. In this clip, noted commentator Rex Murphy lowers to guns to deck level on the scandal.
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I happened to turn on the CBC last night and watched The National (?). I was impressed and even further impressed by the beating Murphy gave to the climate alarmists and carbon traders.
Well..gee...maybe our “Canadian” friends who got US citizenships and voted for Obomba are watching....
Devastating. Ironic that we have to listen to foreign news over the internet to get the truth these days.
For those who still think the CRU's "stolen" emails don't mean anything....some pretty damning stuff is beginning to appear now concerning the (climate analysis) computer program codes. I guess it will take a while to analyze them fully.
Just happened to watch the national from here in Michigan last night. I was impressed with murphy and the fact he sees the big picture and not just the scientists.
Nor would I. The CBC is covering this, not covering it up? Amazing. Someone should post that picture of the flying pig.
You should go directly to youtube and check out the comments. The true believers are going off the rails with rage.
Ditto to that!
Canadians should be proud of their role in exposing the great climate hoax. Steve McIntyre is a Canadian blogger and mathematician who has played a key role in exposing
1— Michael Mann’s hockey stick graph of rising global temperatures
2- Keith Briffa’s cherry picked tree rings showing rising global temperatures
3- James Hansen’s lies about the 10 warmest years out of the last 100....all being recent years. McIntyre exposed this and found some of those 10 hottest years were in the 1930s and are otherwise well distributed. Not all clustered in recent decades
Lately, I seem to be routinely going to the foreign press for American news reporting. Not only does it cover stories I can't get here, it seems to be more accurate.
I wonder what the results would be if the foreign press would tabulate and release the change in volume of U.S. geographic IP assignments to their sites over the last year?
I wonder how the viewership ratings for international news programs on cable would compare to NBC, CBS and ABC for the same period?
Don’t judge the CBC based on Rex Murphy. The CBC is as lefty as it gets and hasn’t covered the story. Rex has the clout to go against their bias in his segment, and often does. If we had anything like a Fox News, he would be leaving the CBC for that I’m sure.
Canada has been lucky to have ditched their Loony Leftist Gov earlier than the US. They also have managed to stay out of the worst of the GlobalGov fraud that caused the Debt meltdown. Sort of like the way FORD managed to reorg in time to survive the takeover that GM/Chrysler suffered.
We in the US have to take our medicine and learn that the far Ledt is poison....2010 will be the beginning of the end for the Left in power. LET’S ROLL!
Maybe Canada should beem Radio Free America broadcasts to give Americans the truth. Maybe Russia should send news free of propaganda to the USA so we could hear what is really going on and not that Tiger Woods is doing, or what color dress Michele Obama wore.
The "New York Pentagon Papers" Times" indeed! Daniel Ellsberg must be laughing his fanny off!
I guess the moniker, "All the news we see fit to print" continues to hold true.