CBC – Canadian Bigot Corporation

The CBC’s Neil Macdonald is an ignorant bigot

“…Everyone else—be it the drag queens and nudists waving their genitals to the crowd at the Pride Parade, or the Black Lives Matter rioters shutting them down, or abortion activists screaming at families attending the March for Life—they have the right to express their views in public and to advocate for those views in the political sphere. But that’s because they’re not Christian. Macdonald thinks Christians should not have such rights. They can only speak to each other, in their churches.

And why? Because Macdonald doesn’t happen to believe what Christians believe, and because in spite of his alleged open-mindedness, he doesn’t have the faintest clue what Christians believe on any topic.”

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  • andycanuck

    Yeah. It kills me that his brother is conservo-libertarian comedian Norm.

  • felis gracilis

    Neil McDonald: smug, arrogant and clueless. But his CBC badge apparently qualifies him to lecture us.

  • Dave

    Isn’t there a box labeled “leftist f*cktard with socialist ideologies(redundant, I know) you have to tick on the cbc job application?

  • ismiselemeas

    Of course Macdonald is an arrogant twat. You don’t achieve long term employment at the CBC without being one. Unfortunately the author falls victim to several rhetorical fallacies to prove his point; post hoc ergo propter hoc, science flourished in the west in spite of a religious blanketing not because of it and the obvious argumentum ad hominem whereby Macdonald is the subject of the dismantling rather than his offerings. Also, his brother isn’t even remotely funny.

  • marty_p

    Neil McDonald always finds a way to bash Israel in his reporting regardless of his assignment location or the subject matter of his report. If he’s in Peking and reporting on an issue in China he somehow manages to sneak in a jab or two at Israel.
    Nobody ever gets fired at CBC except Evan Solomon (fired over his art sales scam).

  • Old Guy

    If this verbal diarrhea were directed any other religious group, with possible exception of Jews, there would be a hue and cry from the political left the likes of which would resound across the country.

    When MacDonald states that “Religion most often involves a deep commitment to telling other people how to live their lives.” he is actually describing the Liberal/NDP political platform to a tee and the CBC’s position of telling Canadians what they should think as opposed to giving them the facts and letting them decide for themselves. Talk about willful blindness to your own hypocrisy.

    MacDonald’s opinion is the personification of what is a form of post-modern neo-marxism. CBC’s posting of it is unacceptable and another in its coffin.