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Monday, April 02, 2007

Liberal Theft Video back up

The video documenting the Liberal's theft of Conservative Party documents is back up on YouTube.

Spread the word... before the Liberals get it yanked AGAIN.

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  • At Mon. Apr. 02, 02:51:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    sorry man, that anonymous one was from me. But honestly dude, you criticized me for the video link i sent you as being propaganda, even though it was just a tool to get people to think about what they're doing. What else do you expect me to believe of this? Propaganda? Or is this just another twist to the story?


  • At Mon. Apr. 02, 03:29:00 p.m. EDT, Blogger Christian Conservative said…

    There is another twist to the story... but before I put my foot in my mouth, I'm just going to give you a quick recap on what has happened thus far on the Document scandal...

    When the Tories moved out of the Opposition offices, several boxes were marked to be moved. Somehow, the Liberal Party came into posession of these boxes. The only way this could have occured is by stealing them from the offices they were yet to be moved from (by the Parliamentary movers). The Liberals called the media, and trotted out these boxes for all to see, even though the Parliamentary moving stickers were clearly visible on them... they exposed their own crime.

    A Tory blogger posted this video exposing the Liberal Party, and some YouTube user called "Liberalvideo" contacted YouTube and had the video pulled, claiming copyright. Their claim was unfounded, it was a simple attempt to try and cover up their exposed crime. Another Tory blogger has now reposted the video, so my blog post was simply to alert other Tory bloggers, so they can view it before the Liberals try to cover up this scandal again.

    As for being "propoganda", I don't think this is the same thing. The Kyoto video you sent me (I did actually find it to be kinda funny, for the record) does not deal in the same realm... the basis for the Kyoto video is NOT based on established fact, whereas the Document Theft video is.

    In reality, we don't really know what the effects of global warming will be. Some say more storms will occur (a MAJOR portion of the video), whereas climatologists are divided on this... some storm experts claim that any rise in temperature will REDUCE the number of major hurricanes, (ie - look at the stats for the 2005 vs. the 2006 seasons) however, we do see more tornadoes this year than normal. The video shows people ignoring a massive hurricane all around them... since I knew this claim to be in dispute, and likely in error, I pointed out that it is most likely a propoganda piece.

    My major beef is that people look at videos like that, and become convinced that this is what is currently or will eventually happen. Since the effects of global warming are still unknown, I feel that the video falls into the realm of propoganda... plain and simple.

    Again, for the record, I don't dispute the claim that things are getting warmer... I dispute the alarmist claims being made by Kyoto propoents as to what the outcome will be. Don't forget... we're still coming out of the "Little Ice Age" that started in the 1700's... and we're nowhere near the kind of temps we saw during the Medieval Warm Period.

    What is our earth's "normal" tempurature? We don't have a clue. Is mankind significantly altering our temps? I doubt it... things were much warmer than they are today LONG before any industrialzation occured on this planet.

    Do I believe we should do our part to reduce emissions? ABSOLUTELY... that's why I drive a 4 cyl. car instead of an 8, and that's why I mostly walk or bike to work. It REALLY bugs me when I see ONE PERSON sitting in a gas guzzling SUV or truck on my way to work... get a Smart Car if you're going to commute alone! We should be getting the auto-makers to develop a super fuel efficient small car for less than $10,000... THAT would go a long way to curbing emissions.

    Fact is most Canadians ARE LESS INCLINED THAN I AM to reducing their emissions. They want the government to step in and force THE OTHER GUY (ie - business) to reduce their emissions, and leave them alone. If this is going to work, we need to have open and honest discussion, and quit with the rhetoric, propoganda, and divisive methods that are being used by both sides (but by far it's mainly the Kyoto proponents) and figure out how to deal with this issue. Besides... all this garbage is starting to divide family and friends... and it's a real shame. (sound familiar?)

    By the way... we're spending far to much on trying to stop it, when we should be spending our money on ADAPTATION... God gave us the incredible ability to adapt to our surroundings, more so than any other creature on this earth... LET'S USE IT!!! This isn't the first time mankind has had to deal with planetary change!

  • At Mon. Apr. 02, 04:24:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    So, let me get this straight. You're saying that whoever posted this video couldn't possibly have doctored that? Cause, well, even with my limited skills, I could have manipulated Photoshop to my advantage for such a posting. What does it require? Getting another moving bill and showing it as if it were on the box? ;)

    Just wondering.

    And to quote Evey Hammond: artists use lies to tell the truth while politicians use them to cover the truth up.

    Fitz (ps. not mad, just staying informed and asking questions)

  • At Mon. Apr. 02, 10:18:00 p.m. EDT, Blogger The Christian Heretic said…

    Just be sure to watch it while you can. If the Canadian broadcasting community gets its way we won't even be able to watch YouTube videos:


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