Mind control?

I am also “hard pressed” by the misinformation and biasness peddled by the Sooke News Mirror (March 9) about the Marine Trail Development.

Ms. Raits states (Dogwood Initiative) “They are a U.S.-funded lobby group” in the editorial “Who has control over our lands?” Where did Ms. Raits get her facts from? Answer? Just google the words, Vivian Krause Financial Post.

Also, who is this “developer following the legal process” splashed in bold headlines on page 3? Answer, just google the words Ender Ilkay, multi-millionaire real estate?

In my opinion, it appears that Ms. Raits now agrees that anyone who is in disagreement with Ilkay is an outsider – a provocateur. Who is a provocateur? Just google the words Zoe Blunt multi-millionaire real estate? A different perspective.

So where do you get your news from Ms. Raits? If you are a rich investor, membership has it’s privileges. And if you are a shill for rich investors welcome to the club. The question should be, who has control over our minds?

Mike Rhodes

Sooke

 

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