Sunday, September 20, 2015

CBC's 'Peeping Tom' Harrington should have been fired, then charged with two counts: violation of human rights AND right to privacy

Leader - Stephen Harper - Prime Minister
"What this says is that we keep the highest standards for candidates and that these two individuals are no longer candidates"

Ever since the election 'news' broke last week, that Harper had fired candidates, there's only been one Man, and his Family, who have been assailed, victimized, humiliated, demonized and kicked out of an opportunity to be a Member of Parliament of Canada.

His crime against a Conservative society: incontinence

8.3 million Canadians suffer from incontinence and or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

That's 8.3 million Canadian Voters

What about 'Peeping Tom' Harrington Director and his CBC Crew including Host Erica Johnson?  Why aren't they behind the bars of purgatory?  Why have they been allowed to move on with their lives and left 2012 far behind?  Why haven't their families been drawn into the news?  What do their families think of them? Why did Tom and Erica, deviate, from their prepared Sting script of recording shoddy tradesMEN work and then become the news heroes of today?

Tom Harrington Director  

Erica Johnson Host

CBC MarketPlace AND Stephen Harper crossed the line on two Acts:

The purpose of the Canadian Human Rights Act is to protect individuals from discrimination. It states that all Canadians have the right to equality, equal opportunity, fair treatment, and an environment free of discrimination. The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) applies these principles to cases that are referred to it by the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC). - Source

On the topic of hidden surveillance cameras:

Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

  1. The public should be advised that they will be under surveillance. The public should be informed with clearly written signs at the perimeter of surveillance areas, which advise that the area is or may be under surveillance, and indicate who is responsible for the surveillance, including who is responsible for compliance with privacy principles, and who can be contacted to answer questions or provide information about the system.

The brains behind CBC and supported Tom Harrington and Erica Johnson at MarketPlace also brought the public  Jian Ghomishi       and an independent report on his behaviour.

CBC Mandate:
The mandate of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC/Radio Canada) is to inform, enlighten and entertain; to contribute to the development of a shared national consciousness and identity; to reflect the regional and cultural diversity of Canada; and to contribute to the development of Canadian talent and culture. To achieve its mandate, the CBC/Radio Canada produces, procures, and distributes Canadian programming in English, French and eight Aboriginal languages and broadcasts a selection of programs around the world.

Growing Old Ungracefully - incontinence  - CBC  Podcast
Incontinence products have been successfully marketed to women for some time now, but when it comes to men, it's a different story. Our senior's columnist Benita Hart explores the issue of incontinence in this edition of Growing Old Ungracefully.

Aging and Seniors—Publications 
The publications of the Division of Aging and Seniors are a great source of reliable information about aging in Canada. Some are written with the general public in mind, others are targeted at professionals.

Keeping it Real:  Is the CBC Out to GET Stephen Harper?  -  Harvey Oberfeld

The Late Jim Flaherty, Finance Minister, did he confide his health concerns to Harper, and only then, was Flaherty summarily told to either resign quietly, or be fired?   Flaherty chose not to disclose and almost died on the job.


Dana said...

What the hell are you talking about here. I have no idea.

Kim said...