"It is to the public detriment to fuel an industry where women are degraded and treated as sex objects," he said.
Charlie McVety, diploma miller and spurious doctorate, has declared an end to advertising as we know it. Also, kiss beach volleyball good bye.
McVety says by setting such a high Canadian content requirement, the CRTC is effectively stimulating the growth of the domestic porn industry. "If private companies want to engage in such activity, it's not criminal in this nation, and they're free to do so. But for the government to use to public resource to promote such degradation shows how detached the bureaucracy is from the Canadian people."
Earlier today, I waded through some of the degrading filth and ignorance that passes for religious thought in the Canadian christosphere. These prigs, prudes and poseurs want to grind history into reverse and return women to domestic servitude. They abhor any sexuality that isn't in the service of generating more anthropomorphic junior robot parishioners. Yet they have made extensive use of internet based networking and marketing to get their product/message into peoples faces. If they were honest with themselves, they would recognize that the porn industry has driven online technology and spurred development of online communications and media delivery. In point of fact, porn has given these tools the tools they so desperately desire to monetize their perpetual whining and lies. After all, porn is bigger than Jesus and so were the Beatles.
So what does the bloated baby want now? Another round of censorship for the nannychrists.
He also says both CRTC and the cable companies give preferential treatment to lucrative porn broadcasters but short shrift religious programming. He is concerned that the CRTC will allow cable companies to offer the station on a free trial for a number of months.
Hey Charlie, put down the Vachon brand snack cakes and turn on the television, you have a whole fucking network to yourselves. You are using my airwaves to spread your gospel of greasy leisure suited greed. It ain't like 100 Huntley Street hasn't been on the air since a little Stockwell tugged it to his first visions of a Jesusaurus and cowboys with big guns. But hey, we understand that bit about the CRTC letting them offer the station for a trial basis since all you Conservative types hate the free market. There's no place in the marketplace of ideas, imagery and iconography for things that you don't approve of and lacking your special brand of approval must mean something's teh evil. Well from where I sit, censors are evil. Charlie McVety is nothing more than a censor and not a particularly clever one.
Tip O' Teh Hat to Impolitical