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‘CBC Race-Baiting Yet Again’

Reposted from: https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/10/17/cbc-race-baiting-yet-again-2/

As most Canadian sports fans are aware, the Toronto Blue Jays are playing the Cleveland Indians in the American League championship. And, of course, nothing can happen in Canada any more without a ‘contribution’ from the Aboriginal Industry – this one incited by Canada’s government-funded broadcaster, the CBC


‘Indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} activist files human rights complaint against use of Cleveland’s name, logo’ 

“‘Indigenous’ {race} activist Douglas Cardinal…is demanding the team name and its ‘Chief Wahoo’ logo be banned from use in Ontario.

“In an application with Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice and in complaints filed with Ontario’s human rights tribunal, Cardinal argues the branding is ‘racist’ and ‘discriminatory’, a news release said Friday.  Continue reading ‘CBC Race-Baiting Yet Again’


‘Lifetime Suspension… Sort Of’

“New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia made baseball history…becoming the first player to be ‘permanently suspended’ by ‘Major League Baseball’, after testing positive again for a performance-enhancing substance. INSIDE SPORTS, Jenrry Mejia--Lifetime Suspension, 800x800 Continue reading ‘Lifetime Suspension… Sort Of’