Saturday, 5 May 2012

The abject transparency of Faytene

DAMMIT JANET! - which is, according to this, a filthy-speaking and vulgar blogsite - has been watching the self-aggrandizing antics of Faytene Kryskow Grasseschi for awhile now.

Bene Diction Blogs On has a co-blogger who dedicates himself to the scrutiny of the minutia of Faytene's MASSIVE dramatics evangelical outpourings.

DJ! is more interested in how she manipulates folks and profitably manages her career to The Greater Good of Faytene. At an event entitled "Forgiven" two years ago, which was ostensibly organized by Former Cree chief Kenny Blacksmith to ‘accept’ the apology PMSHithead made in the House of Commons to Canada’s Aboriginal people, but orchestrated by the same deep pockets that financially supported the Harper Regime©™ rise to power, I noted:

A lot of money was on display, in the state-of-the-art television recording and broadcasting installations. Before the religious pageant started, Faytene Kryskow sauntered through our seating area, in not-kewl hoi polloi territory. Apparently the group sitting in the seats below us had not been given the VIP status they deserved.
David Mainse established the nation's first Christian television show, Crossroads, in 1963. In 1977 he launched 100 Huntley Street, now Canada's longest-running Christian TV program.
As Faytene led Mainse and the dozen or so people in his entourage to reserved seats close to the stage, she apologized for the oversight, blurting out that the Aboriginal volunteers involved in the organization of the event "did not know who the important people were".

Oh really, Faytene? Shouldn't Jesus be the Most Important One to know?


Niles said...

Grassroots site huh? Immediately gushed over by the usual suspects in the tank for Harper? Eeeeyah. I smells me some official conservative backers astroturf.

deBeauxOs said...

To Anonymous who left a comment about Faytene: we can't post it because of its accusatory elements with no facts to back up.

I observed and reported on specific words I heard her utter at the 4given event.

The sites we link to, above, track her activities as does Radio-Canada and thus have particular concerns about her role as an unregistered political lobbyist.

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