Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Friends of the CBC mocks US culture by using well known Canadian porn promoter in its ad.

Friends of the CBC have put out an ad mocking US culture and television by showing what may happen if the CBC were to be taken off the taxpayer funded dole. The ad (see below) titled CBC's new owner gives the news some action shows "new owner" Lance Fury's, an American former pro wrestler, plans for the new CBC; hot babes and lots of 'action' with not so subtle shots at the conservatives with a picture of PM Harper visible in some background shots.

The ad intentionally mocks the culture, or what many on the left believe is the culture, of our neighbors to the south and their television programming. Scantly clad women and lots of action is what the Friends of CBC claim will become of the CBC if it were to be privatized.

And how do the 'Friends' mock the culture of our American neighbours? By using a known Canadian pornography photographer and promoter Uncle D, known as "the Canadian Ass Man" in their ad. (because our culture is so much superior to that of the US)

 Uncle D as seen in the Friends Ad. Note the unique tattoos.

Uncle D as seen on CBC's Dragons Den, so it is not as if this guy was totally unknown to the CBC or its so called friends, where he was openly promoting his porn work and asking the Dragons for some cash to help his business. Some more info on Uncle D can be found here.

Financing the CBC............... 1.3 Billion taxpayer dollars a year.
Helping the Assman.............. 250K (as asked of the Dragons)
Mocking US culture by using a Canadian porn promoter... Priceless.


Sean Orr said...

What the hell is US "culture"?

Ardvark said...

I guess to the Friends of the CBC that would be wrestling, hot babes, and TV shows that people actually watch which are profitable.

It is anti-American ad hominem BS that the CBC is known for.

Frances said...

So 'Wheel of Fortune' represents the epitome of Canadian culture? Who knew.

Sean M said...

I guess when a corrupt organization of the far left like the CBC can't stand on it's own 2 feet or extoll the virtues of their own programming that nobody watches, but are forced to pay for, then thats the time to bring out the anti American rhetoric. It worked so well for Turdo. The "friends of the CBC" hate America, and try to appeal to others who also hate America, conveniently forgetting that the CBC loves to buy American programming. Bloody idiots!

Anonymous said...

Defending Canadian culture by attacking Americans. It's the CBC's way.

Anne in swON said...

It looks like the Friends of the CBC are admitting that the current CBC honchos wouldn't know how to survive without our tax money. Who knew?

The_Iceman said...

I'd be interested to know where this "Friends of the CBC" gets their funding. I suppose they could make commercials for free and post them online instead of purchasing ad time, but if they do have a budget, I'd be curious to know where it came from. CUPE?

wilson said...

American style attack ad, is it mocking US culture, or, Conservative Canada?

Ian Morrison (CBC Friend) was on Sun TV, said govt cuts should not include the CBC, zero cuts eh.
Arrogant or what.

It costs our family, all taxpayers, a total of $297/per year ($33 each) for CBC, a channel we seldom watch.

Ardvark said...

To the Friends of the CBC because Alex Trebek is Canadian, it fulfills their mission and mandate to tell stories reflecting the diversity of Canada.

Good question on their funding Iceman. It is a private org that solicits donations, but not a charity and the advocate/lobby so no tax deduction for donations, so I doubt they get most of their money from the gen public.

Frances said...

Should we sic the Hart family on them for misuse of image?