Liberal Media Picks Its Pervert
December 18, 2014(Left, Benjamin Levin coverage is politically incorrect)
How the media shapes perception:
Two perverts were in Toronto courts on the same day. One was a woman beater. The other a child pornographer who drafted Ontario's sex education courses. Guess which one the liberal media covered?
The liberal agenda - stigmatize male-female relations and legalize pedophila.
"Can we accept Ontario's lesbian Premier Kathleen Wynne's position that any discussion of a sexual nature in the work-place among adults is totally unacceptable yet, discussions of a graphic sexual nature must take place in elementary school?"
by Nathan Wiedmann
On November 26, 2014, just after 1:30pm, Jian Ghomeshi exited the courthouses at 444 Yonge St. in Toronto. Free on $100k bail, Ghomeshi pleaded 'not guilty' to five sex-assault charges at his first court appearance.
Canada's scandal celebrity and his lawyer were escorted through the throng of reporters.
Earlier that same day, on the other side of the city, Benjamin Levin was free on $100k bail after pleading 'not guilty' to seven child-pornography and abuse charges. 
Two people were there to report on the proceedings. 
Jian Ghomeshi, member of 'Moxy Fruvous' in the 1990s, hosted 'Q' on CBC radio. The story has been carried by every major Canadian media outlet.
Benjamin Levin had been deputy-education minister of Manitoba (1999-2002), and deputy-education minister of Ontario (2005-2009). Ontario Premier, Kathleen Wynne was education minister from 2006 until 2010. Together, Wynne and Levin were at the helm of education ministry when, in 2010, then-premier Dalton McGuinty attempted to introduce a revised sex-ed curriculum.
Under pressure from opposition groups, McGuinty quickly announced he would not implement the revisions. In 2013, Wynne replaced McGuinty as Premier, and appointed Levin to her 'transition team.'
At the time, Levin was Canada Research Chair in Education Leadership and Policy at the OISE, a part of University of Toronto. 
WAXING ELOQUENT ON GHOMESHI
Early in November, Ghomeshi and the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace were discussed in the Ontario Parliament. Premier Wynne said this is a "very serious and disturbing issue," and that, "It affects all of us in all of our work situations across society, quite frankly, and it affects every single one of us in the sense that we all have to be vigilant and not pretend that somehow this issue has been resolved because it's 2014 and we have moved on." 
Only a few days prior, Wynne announced she would revive the contested sex-ed curriculum in 2015 .
A bold move, considering the proximity to Levin's hearing, whose Twitter, promoting "large scale change" still exists, 2,177 followers and tweets the day before his arrest. 
Two days after Levin's arrest Wynne issued a statement: "I was shocked to hear about these charges through the news on Monday. Insidious crimes like these are absolutely terrifying...The safety and well-being of our children has always been my absolute priority and at no time did I have any suspicion of criminal behaviour. I am confident that the police and judicial system will address these serious allegations." 
No discussion in Parliament, no further statements or comments from Wynne, to date.
It is blatantly obvious that the media is assisting Kathleen Wynne is burying this story. If Levin's alleged exploits were widely known the uproar would be deafening. The publication ban on proceedings should be no excuse for silence.
Can we accept Wynne's position that ultimately any discussion of a sexual nature in the work-place among adults, is totally unacceptable yet, discussions of a graphic sexual nature must take place in elementary school?
We must "be vigilant in every way that we can in all parts of our lives," indeed; real 'sexual harassment' is a serious issue, yet so vague that the slightest of physical contact or 'rude' comment may be construed by an accuser as tantamount to abuse.
How about greater vigilance in protecting children? No comment. But we know that Wynne's mentor, Mr. Levin, thought that criminal background checks for people who work with children were an impediment.  We could tear Wynne's comments to shreds until we are blue in the face; bottom line: the dichotomy is obvious, this is cognitive dissonance, Kathleen.
Only the conservative Toronto Sun has covered Levin scandal
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