This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re all about the outrages and there are so many. In Canada, we’ve got a disgraced Governor General who’s been thoroughly disavowed, in the U.S. (and elsewhere) there’s an army of deflated conspiracy theorists that don’t understand why the plan fell apart, and Canadian companies might be unknowingly (or knowingly) benefiting from slave labour. Just another week in 2021.
This Thursday, January 28, at 5 pm, Scotty Hertz and Adam A. Donaldson will discuss:
Julie is the Beast. Rideau Hall was a toxic workplace under Governor General Julie Payette according to a third-party report that has not yet been released, but apparently everyone has already read. There are a number of questions now following Payette’s resignation. Does she deserve a pension? Do the staff deserve compensation? And what about the role of Governor General itself? Why do we still need a representative from the Queen in Canada in 2021? Let’s consider.
Q-a-gone? They said that a storm was coming. All the evil doers in the media, Hollywood, and the Democratic Party were going to be rounded up, put on trial on live TV, and executed while Donald Trump retained the presidency. But that didn’t happen? So what is a QAnon ardent to do now? Some followers are deflated, but is the lack of results from Q going to show them the light back to facts and reality, or is it going to force them deeper down the rabbit hole?
Big Trouble in China Shipping. There’s a holocaust happening in China. The Muslim Uyghur minority is being persecuted, millions are now in Concentration Camps, and there’s more than circumstantial evidence that they’re being used as forced labour, or as it’s more conventionally known, ‘slavery’. On top of that, some Canadian companies may be the beneficiary of that slave labour, and we’ll talk to one of the reporters who broke that story, the Guelph Mercury Tribune‘s own Graeme McNaughton.
Open Sources is live on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca at 5 pm on Thursday.