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CTV & CityNews: Banned From CNP Events
« on: May 28, 2019, 07:31:52 PM »



Both CTV News and CityNews Winnipeg have been found to be publishing blatantly false media reports in regards to the Canadian Nationalist Party (www.nationalist.ca/?p=6069).

On July 28th of last year our party held a private event at the Belgian Club (www.belgianclub.ca) in Winnipeg. We are posting this report to demonstrate to the public just how corrupt our media truly is here in Canada.

These Winnipeg media outlets have engaged in spreading false, destructive, and defamatory rumors. These defamatory actions involve creating media reports that claim the Canadian Nationalist Party is a “white nationalist” group. We have spent several years serving the community in the political profession and building a positive reputation. These defamatory actions are an attack on our professional reputation and an affront to our community-building efforts.

The event on July 28th at the Belgian Club was a private function. Yet, the media outlets in question used video footage in their reports which was never authorized by our organization.

The video footage used in the media reports was unlawfully acquired by a group who was trespassing on and vandalizing private property in an attempt to disrupt our private function. These hooligans also assaulted members of our organization (which you will see in the video). Publishing this video footage (which was unlawfully acquired) in a media report (which is factually incorrect) is an act of defamation. It is also an act of interception.

Section 184 of the Criminal Code “Every one who, by means of any electro-magnetic, acoustic, mechanical or other device, wilfully intercepts a private communication is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years”.

Considering this is a private event for a political party actively competing in the upcoming 43rd Federal Election, we take this breach of justice very seriously. As a political party whose application is currently in the process to become federally ratified and intends on competing in the upcoming 43rd Federal Election, these characterizations of our party are socially limiting and financially destructive. Canadian citizens who read these media reports and come to the false conclusion that we are indeed as portrayed, will not even consider voting for our political party or support our beliefs in any regard. In some cases, these citizens who gain a false impression of our group because of these defamatory statements will not only disagree with our political message, but will actively oppose us. This is a clear act of defamation and a violation of Canadian law.

These actions toward our organization, on behalf of the media industrial industry will influence our decisions moving forward and which media outlets are permitted entry to our events.

In response to this illegal act, the Canadian Nationalist Party has decided to prohibit CTV and CityNews from attending our events or interviewing with our candidates until further notice.
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