No wonder more and more Canadians have total contempt for the establishment media.
Without Alberta workers, and without the oil industry in particular, Canada would be a much poorer and much worse country.
Working People and our energy sector keeps our country alive and functioning.
Look at it this way: Canada couldn’t survive without the energy industry. But we sure could survive without the corrupt establishment media.
But the arrogant elitists in the establishment media don’t realize how redundent they are.
Instead, they have an inflated sense of their own importance, and look down with contempt on every else.
And that arrogant elitist attitude of contempt was shown in a recent Tweet and article from the Toronto Star, which you can view below:
Alberta is now in reverse gear and roaring backwards. Back to the day when a high-school dropout could earn $100,000 a year driving a truck for an oilsands giant. Back to a time when no one had even thought of climate change. All delusion. @GillianSteward https://t.co/yKKntxNqke
— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) April 18, 2019
As Felix Wong said on Twitter, this is exactly why people slam the elites:
“When Conservatives talk about the elites, this is what we mean. The condescension, talking down to and mocking of people they see as yokels. The pearl-clutching over a high-school dropout actually making a good wage for doing an honest day’s work.”
When Conservatives talk about the elites, this is what we mean. The condescension, talking down to and mocking of people they see as yokels. The pearl-clutching over a high-school dropout actually making a good wage for doing an honest day's work. https://t.co/NaeRU4rdvZ
— Felix Wong (@wongfelix88) April 18, 2019
While there may be some good reporters at the Toronto Star, the overall organization and attitude of the establishment media elites is absolutely dripping with contempt towards Canadian Workers and towards the energy industry.
And that obvious contempt is why more and more people are rejecting the establishment media and turning towards websites like SpencerFernando.com, where the truth and the viewpoint of common-sense Canada is actually represented, instead of constantly denigrated.
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