David Suzuki’s strange world of “Environment” and “sexual urges” ……. UPDATED

Posted: February 1, 2013 in Uncategorized

We know that the eco-whackos of the world are a strange ideological bunch who “don’t quite fit the “normal” mould ” when it comes to a normal citizen who has to work all day and  feed their families and pay taxes. In fact the Al Gore’s of the world are actually quite “wingy”!

Bizarre overstated views of catastrophes due to human actions and an almost hateful view of being “normal”!

In David Suzuki’s case, he has been set up by the tax payer’s CBC to carry a message to the world that is mostly gloom and doom and frankly, BS!

Now he’s gone to the dark side with his latest exploits which may cause concern for parents of young girls!

Just as the Jimmy Savile story has broke in England and is causing serious questions on why a Government owned BBC would allow this type of behaviour to exist, we may ask the CBC what goes on behind the scenes there?

When will people just tell this guy to retire, suck back a few Pina Coladas and LEAVE OUR KIDS ALONE!!!!

Oh……I just did!

David Suzuki, Dirty Old Man

January 30, 2013 at 6:19 pm

When David Suzuki visited a school in Quebec, why was he assigned attractive, female, student bodyguards?

David Suzuki turns 77 this March. On other occasions, I’ve explained that he is Canada’s version of Al Gore. I’ve characterized him as a drama queen who has been preaching the same doomsday gospel for decades.

A few days ago, SunTV’s Ezra Levant broke a big story about a visit Suzuki made last year to a school in the province of Quebec.

Highschool ends at grade 11 there, when students are 16-17 years old. Those who wish to continue their education must first attend a kind of junior college unique to that part of the country.

Referred to as a CEGEP, the programs at these colleges are usually two or three years in duration. Afterward, young people either join the workforce or proceed to university. Most students attending a CEGEP, therefore, are 17 to 19 years of age.

John Abbott College is an English-speaking facility less than an hour’s drive from downtown Montreal. Its website says it has 6,000 full time students and 2,000 part time ones. Last October, it invited Suzuki to help it celebrate the opening of a shiny new Science and Health Technologies building.

It appears that Suzuki arrived at the school at nine in the morning, met with students, delivered a speech, sold and signed books, and took part in a press conference that extended well past noon. It also appears that, in the evening, he attended a gala dinner in which he was the keynote speaker.

For a day’s worth of his time, Suzuki billed this publicly-funded, not-for-profit school $30,000 plus tax.

But here’s where things get creepy. Someone – either Suzuki or the school – thought he needed “bodyguards” to escort him from one location to another. But those bodyguards had to be students. Moreover, they had to be attractive, female students. Really.

Last September Mary Milburn, the Dean’s secretary, sent an e-mail to Jim Anderson, the co-chair of the college’s Police Technology department:

I am contacting you because we have learned, via Dr. Suzuki’s assistant, that although the Dr. does not like to have bodyguards per se, he does not mind having a couple of ladies (females) that would act as body guards in order that he may travel from one venue to another without being accosted too many times along the way.

Why females you ask? Well, he is a male. No seriously, I believe it is his way of being discrete and less intimidating.

What I would like to know is if you could suggest 2-3 female Police Tech students for the job.

It’s not clear why a national icon visiting a small college in a small town requires bodyguards. Nor is it clear why mature, experienced staff members wouldn’t be assigned that task if it were necessary. Staff members are, after all, authority figures in schools. Students are not.

Milburn’s e-mail was copied to three people:

The next day, Beaudin responded to Milburn:

Dr. Suzuki does not want the students in full gear really “undercover” look as opposed to their police tech uniforms. [sic] I hope that is ok…

A month later, Milburn sent Anderson another e-mail. The subject line read “Students for security detail,” the message was short:

Jim
Have you selected the female students To escort dr Suzuki? [sic]
Do you think I could set up a very brief meeting or see them at one of their classes?
Mary

Two hours later, Anderson wrote to Joe Sledge, an instructor in the college’s Correctional Intervention department. He It began:

Hi Joe,
Please be certain that the women are “nicely dressed, we don’t want them in evening gowns, but definitely NOT Police Tech uniforms. [closing quote missing in the original]

The grownups at John Abbott College sincerely believed that David Suzuki required the company of attractive, 17 to 19-year-old women during his visit. The dean’s secretary appears to have personally inspected them beforehand. Moreover, Suzuki (as well as others) expressed an opinion about how these young women should be attired.

Ick. Let me say it again: ICK

READ MORE HERE:

Double standards: If David Suzuki were a conservative, his career would be over, and his college enablers, too

Ezra Levant_opBY  ,QMI AGENCY

On Tuesday in this space, I broke the news that David Suzuki — who condemns capitalism at every turn — billed a Quebec junior college $30,000 for a speech last October. Including expenses, Suzuki cost John Abbott College a whopping $41,640.

Maybe he’s worth it. He is a celebrity, after all. But it’s unseemly, from such a vicious critic of conspicuous capitalism.

The real scandal, though, was a request made by Suzuki’s assistant. According to Mary Milburn of the dean’s office, “we have learned, via Dr. Suzuki’s assistant, that although the Dr. does not like to have bodyguards per se, he does not mind having a couple of ladies (females) that would act as body guards.”

Fulfilling this request became a priority for Milburn. She asked Jim Anderson to round up a bevy of his students for Suzuki.

“Jim, have you selected the female students to escort Dr. Suzuki?”

Anderson got with the plan. His orders: “Please be certain that the women are nicely dressed, we don’t want them in evening gowns, but definitely not police tech uniforms.”

What a bunch of sexist creeps. (Meanwhile, the college denied the allegations, saying there was no rider in Suzuki’s contract specifying the gender or dress code of students escorting him throughout the day and e-mails were misinterpreted. Both male and female students escorted Suzuki during his visit.)

It’s gross. But it’s even grosser when you know about Suzuki’s obsession with sex. Here’s page 378 of his recent autobiography: “Sex has been a driving force in my life … Only as age has brought relief from the high titer of sex hormones have I been freed of thinking of sex once a minute. Now it’s about every five minutes.”

Funny, right? But he’s not joking. Page 28: “Like any boy going through puberty, I had sex on the brain.” Page 29: “As adolescent hormones coursed through my body, I became consumed by thoughts of sex.” Page 50: “My, how we talked, mostly about genetics but also about sex.”

Page 97: “There was rampant experimentation with drugs and sex” at the University of British Columbia “before the 1980s,” (but he notes he didn’t use LSD).

Suzuki even wrote about his family’s sex life. Page 378: “I am delighted to see the role sex plays in the lives of Tara and my daughters.”

What father says that? And he talks about his parents having sex, too. Page 6: “On occasion we could overhear their active sex life.”

Suzuki’s interest in college girls isn’t new: “I was scheduled to give a talk at Carleton University in Ottawa … I noticed a sensationally beautiful woman sitting near the front. With long, blond hair, a full mouth, and high cheekbones … The sensational woman was Tara Cullis … She was twenty-two; I was thirty-five.” She would soon become his second wife.

This is the man who wanted the all-girl escort. If Suzuki were a conservative, his career would be over, and his college enablers, too.

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