Yesterday, I told you about the troubling yet somehow not very surprising incident that took place in Canada’s national capital last weekend: two young supporters of Israel (one Jewish, one not) were threatened with a machete by an Arabic speaking gang.
(Let’s hope the same Ottawa constabulary that primly informed Ann Coulter that they “couldn’t guarantee her safety” will do a better job protecting ordinary folks from angry Jew haters roaming the streets.)
Last night, Michael Coren interviewed one of the young men, Nick Bergamini, about his experiences. Coren (a veteran broadcaster at Another Network) was particularly amused by the fellow’s experiences with the tax payer funded (if not necessarily “supported”) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
Apparently, the CBC wanted to interview Nick, but told him they could only put him on the air if they could find a representative from “the other side.”
Alas, the CBC was unable to locate any prominent members of the Machete Wielding Community to provide “balance.”
Luckily, Michael Coren and his producers at (privately owned and operated) CTS didn’t let their inability to speak to the star of Friday the 13th via satellite prevent them from doing their jobs: