Smaug wrote: Maikeru wrote:
wildernessvoice wrote:Just keeping this up where warren Kinsella will read it.
Mr. Kinsella is a white polemicist supremacist who, when lurking FreeDominion, prefers reading Sir Edward Kennedy's current and past posts for creative inspiration.
FreeDominion welcomes Kory Tenecyke, and invites him to comment...
Who is Kory Tenecyke? Is that a he or a she?
Who cares what Warren Kinsela has to say. The man never had an original thought, and if he did he would likely flush it anyway.
I wickie-peed the guy:
Kory Teneycke, (born 1974) is vice-president of Sun News Network. He was the former director of communications for the Canadian Prime Minister's Office.
"Group Showers"In mid-2010 Teneycke wondered on his Twitter account if Canadian activist Marc Emery, being held in US prison for his Canadian-based marijuana seed distribution business, is "enjoy[ing] group showers
as much as he enjoys pot. Three cheers for the DEA." Marc Emery's wife Jodie Emery said the comment "shocked and disgusted" her, adding it's "a common perception that prison rape happens in 'group showers.'" Jodie Emery publicly asked for an apology from Teneycke.
Avaaz online petition spamIn September 2010, Teneycke responded to criticism of his initiative to start a right-wing news channel similar to Fox News in Canada which was perceived as getting preferential treatment by the incumbent Conservative government, his former employer. In news interviews, Teneycke attempted to point out that a petition operated by the group Avaaz opposing the new channel was being infiltrated by illegitimate signatures, going so far as to send an update about it on Twitter.
CBC political blogger Kady O'Malley had questioned the source that Teneycke had cited in his Toronto Sun article as there was no way of knowing who had actually signed up for the Avaaz petition as the signees were not published. Teneycke then admitted that he had a source who had provided false names to prove a point. Later in an interview, Avaaz executive director Ricken Patel indicated that the fake signatures that Teneycke had cited were all from the same IP address and were recorded at a similar time to when Teneycke had published the Sun article critical of the petition. Susan Delacourt of the Toronto Star observed "Kory Teneycke seemed to have inside knowledge of the fake names on the petition. Avaaz requested on September 14, 2010 that the Ottawa Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) begin an investigation to determine the identity of the individual responsible for adding the fraudulent signatures from an Ottawa IP address to the organization's petition dubbed "Stop 'Fox News North'".
In his letter to law enforcement on behalf of Avaaz, civil rights lawyer, Clayton Ruby, called for a full criminal investigation on the matter.
On September 15, 2010, Quebecor Media Inc. announced the departure of Teneycke. However, Teneycke returned to Sun News in January 2011.
Don't forget- in November write in Ross Perot.