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T. Clarke, CBC dismisses concerns about their hatefulness by sliming the messenger. 1989.
If you don't like what you are being told, shoot the messenger.
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T. Clarke, CBC ignores concerns about reporters' damaging misconceptions, attempts to patronize at the same time. 1990.
CBC journalists, producers and management will turn their backs on the unnecessary killing of children and other vulnerable persons in health care, and their exclusion and injury there and elsewhere, rather than acknowledge that they have caused harm by encouraging the practice of subjecting persons with sensitivities to a reverse onus. The list of hateful misconceptions CBC has promulgated is made elsewhere in this document database.
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T. Clarke, CBC replies to CRTC on complaint about hate literature. 1990.
CBC journalists, along with others, have contributed to the daily unnecessary killing of persons with sensitivities by insisting that the theories of doctors of environmental medicine should be imposed in stories in such a way that eclipses the actual, long, mainstream history of sensitivities. CBC journalists have made a sport out of the health and security of persons with sensitivities, encouraging physicians to subject persons who experience repeatable, controllable circumstances to a reverse onus, contrary to the ethical guidelines of the Canadian Medical Association and human rights law.
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