Thursday, 10 February 2011

Faytene Kryskow and her MASSIVE lobby.

Radio-Canada went where the anglo media feared to tread openly.


Tonight on the television show Enquête will be broadcast an in-depth investigative report about the extent of Kryskow's access on Parliament Hill. "À la droite de Harper" - to the right of Harper. His good buddy *Dokter* McVety will no doubt get a passing nod, as will other fundamentalist religious lobbyists.

From here (Google translation doesn't appear to work, it must be choking on the 200+ comments): Members of Parlement under the influence of Evangelicals? It sounds, from the promo piece, that Kryskow brags of having had hundreds of privileged, sit-down meetings with members of Harper's government: elected MPs, senators and other officials.


Past post about Kryskow's involvement with the HarperCons, here.



Behold Serena Joy from "The Handmaid's Tale" - could that role be in *celebrity evangelical* Faytene's future - no science, no fiction?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

pale here:

I found some stuff in the wayback machine a couple years ago.....and lookee it is still there.
MP's they said they pwned at the time:
http://web.archive.org/web/20060102071436/www.4mycanada.ca/ListofMPs.html

That whole site is written in psudedo l33t speak. Really quite funny. Unintentionally. :)

deBeauxOs said...

Clickable link for pale's find.

Anonymous said...

I don't know if Radio Canada is making a big deal of Faytene's Parliament Hill access pass tonight...but I've heard her say in a recent message of hers that she has one because she does "volunteer work for an MP".

Anonymous said...

deBeauxOs:

Thank you for the heads up on this report.

It was really interesting, a visual The Armageddon Factor The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada. I think the show was clear that dominionists are determined to influence policy and policy makers in Canada.

Blog on!

Bene D

deBeauxOs said...

More about the all-access pass.

I knew someone once who had one, an elderly gentleman in his late 70's who had amply "paid" his volunteer dues by years of dedication to a party that was not at that time in power. It allowed him to do research in the Parliament library for some of the MPs and have lunch in the cafeteria. He was not a lobbyist, like Faytene resolutely is.

The investigative report said that only 20 individuals currently have a pass like this. I wonder who the others are?

Line Merrette said...

We have been warned against false prophets dressing up as Christians.

Here they are.

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