Thursday, October 28, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: FordWatch, Feminicesm, ChemTales, Provocatours, 9/11 Troops, FreeDem Road - October 28, 2010


October 28, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening

FordWatch, Feminicesm, ChemTales, Provocatours, 9/11 Troops, FreeDem Road

Featuring: Natasha Von Castle, Rob Ford, Paul Joseph Watson, Callers, Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura


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This episode: what exactly did 2010 Toronto Mayor-Elect Rob Ford and his supporters say to 383,000 people to convince them to vote for him that other (angry?) voters didn't hear? Can we work with our City Hall to make sure those promises are kept and parallel ones are explored? How much "waste" or "theft" (doesn't somebody get the money?) is there anyway? What issues are lurking among millions beneath the surface? How do men and women handle it? How do they handle each other? What can we do?


Dan Arnold: One right-wing mayor won’t change Toronto forever

National Post | October 27, 2010

... Ford also has the rarest of qualities in a politician – he comes across as genuine. Because they saw him as a real person, voters looked past the shaky math and were willing to forgive his many, many, many shortcomings. Ford reminds me more and more of Ralph Klein with each passing day (right down to the incoherent red faced victory speeches), which is why he cannot be underestimated.


How George Smitherman’s dead-end run for Toronto mayor went wrong

John Lorinc | Globe and Mail | October 28, 2010

In late August nothing was going right in George Smitherman’s bid to become mayor. The papers were full of scandalous stories of Rob Ford’s arrest for drunk driving and drug possession, but his popularity only seemed to be growing.


Ford back on the air waves

Joe Warmington | Toronto Sun | October 27, 2010

... This time, in his first in-studio interview just 40 hours after Toronto voters spoke, Rob Ford walked in as Toronto’s next mayor.

Every once in a while the bull wins.

Wednesday’s radio appearance was a symbolic homecoming for both because one could argue it was here where the idea of running for mayor began.

“Robbie really was the raging bull,” chuckles Oakley. “But he also was so likeable.”


Ford in elite, popular company

Don Peat | Canoe / QMI Agency | October 27, 2010

... Garnering 383,501 of the 813,984 votes cast, Rob Ford is now a Canadian politician near the top in terms of popular vote.

Ford, 41, has won the largest direct election, with the most Canadian voters participating, than any other politician, in any other race — save former Mayor Mel Lastman who won back-to-back elections in 1997 and 2000.


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Key Short Videos With Key Big Promises To Keep:

Working with the new council - Rob Ford on Newstalk 1010

Pan Am Games ready says Rob Ford (not about this at all BTW)

Rob Ford's Toronto Fiscal Plan (media questions)


Alex Jones Podcasts

October 26, 2010 - Prison Planet editor and journalist Paul Joseph Watson sits in for Alex in the first hour. Alex talks with investor, businessman, self-help author and motivational speaker Robert Kiyosaki. (plus)

October 27, 2010 - Alex talks with Jesse Ventura, former governor of Minnesota, Navy veteran, actor, former radio and television talk show host and host of the popular TruTV series, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura. Jesse returns to the show to talk with Alex about the latest revelations and developments surrounding the inside job that was 9/11. Ventura is the author of several books, including: I Ain't Got Time to Bleed: Reworking the Body Politic from the Bottom Up, Don't Start the Revolution Without Me! and American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies That The Government Tells Us. Alex covers the latest news and also takes your calls.


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