Thought of the Day – Should unions be partisan and shouldn’t all Canadians be concerned if the media union is promoting one political party over another and/or vice-versa?
To Canadians this only adds to the underlying thought that media is producing a slanted and false narrative regarding political parties.
The opinions expressed by those in media seem to be merely Liberal-NDP-Green and have the bottomless rhetoric of fake news. From climate change all the way to Jihadi Jack we are bombarded with the far-Left unconstitutional voices of L-N-G coalition and yet what about the right-middle voice of common sense, lawfulness, and even truth? Seems these opinions merely want to bash those to disagree without substantiated fact.
This is why I do my own research and continue to express not an opinion, per say, but reason why so many are leaving the voting arena – they cannot support the corruption in government nor the entitlement of the bureaucracy any longer.
This entitlement has been brought on by the very union leaders that are partisan – they just don’t understand that when a political party/government places itself above the law it jeopardizes every one of their members …
Should unions be partisan and shouldn’t all Canadians be concerned if the media union is promoting one political party over another and/or vice-versa?
POST NOTE: When reading “Why they behave like Russians” one fully understands that when a person is forced to join a union or they don’t work – one understands what has happened to the union movement in Canada. At one time there was a need – there is no need any longer especially a union(s) that demand you join or you don’t work…
In an email to Unifor members, Dias wrote the the union will run television ads during the election writ period asking Canadians to “think twice about supporting the Scheer agenda.” The union represents 12,000 journalists and media workers in Canada.
“We do not tell members how to vote, but I will be speaking out against the Conservative Party,” Dias wrote in the email. “Journalists, my own communications staff, even our Atlantic Regional Director, Lana Payne, a former journalists (sic), have all explained to me why our union’s partisan stance makes some of you uncomfortable. I hear you,” he wrote.
Jerry Dias is biased…