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Thursday, 27 December 2018

The World According To The CBC

by Tim Murray

Max Slevogt, Girl in front of the Lion Cage, 1901
Girl in front of the lion cage, by Max Slevogt (1901)


According to eye witnesses, a lion at the Granby zoo in Quebec suddenly grabbed the collar of a young girl's jacket as she was leaning into the cage. As the lion tried to pull her inside, her screaming parents called for help. To their everlasting relief, a motorcyclist nearby came to the rescue.

The biker jumped off his Harley, ran to the cage, and hit the lion square on the nose with a powerful punch. Whimpering from the pain, the lion jumped back, letting go of the girl, and the biker brought the girl to her terrified parents, who thanked him endlessly. A CBC reporter watched the whole traumatic event. A horrifying spectacle that thanks to the intervention of a brave hero came to a wonderful end.

The reporter rushed toward the biker to extend her congratulations. "Sir, that was the most gallant and bravest thing I've seen a man do in my whole life."

The Harley rider replied, "It was nothing, really. The lion was behind bars. I just saw this little kid in danger and reacted without pausing to think about my safety."

The reporter replied, "Well, I'll make sure this won't go unnoticed. I'm a journalist, you know, and our online paper, cbcnews.ca will make it a front page story, you have my guarantee of that. So to provide the readership with some background information, I would like to ask you a few questions." "Go ahead", the biker replied.

"What do you do for a living, and what does it say on the back of your leather jacket? What are your political affiliations?"

Without hesitation or shame, the biker immediately replied. "I am a patriot and a nationalist, I'm backing Maxime Bernier and I a member of Le Meute, a grass roots group of patriots dedicated to fighting globalism, recovering Canadian sovereignty and control of our borders. Le Meute's emblem is on the back of my jacket, as you can see."

The following morning the biker logged into the Internet in search of cbcnews.ca.

Sure enough, the story about his heroic deed was on the front page. It's title was

"WHITE SUPREMACIST ASSAULTS AFRICAN IMMIGRANT AND STEALS HIS LUNCH. POLICE HATE CRIME DIVISION TO INVESTIGATE THE INCIDENT."

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