Roy Green - Sun March 3rd - Hour 2 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2013/03/03 21:35:56 +0000 3:05: National furor over remarks made by U of Calgary professor and former advisor to Stephen Harper on the issue of child pornography. Flanagan at a forum said "I certainly have no sympathy for child molesters, but I do have some grave doubts about putting people in jail because of their taste in pictures." Flanagan also indicated he had been on the pedophile organization NAMBLA's mailing list. Green's view: Child pornography does create victims. Child victims. It is the obtaining and viewing of child pornography which fuels the child porn industry. No mystery there. Convicted pedophiles' so-called "treatment" in prison includes being shown child porn. Guest: Green playback of interview with Correctional Service Canada psychologist who "treats" pedophiles on this issue. - 3:20: The LAST WORD to Callers: Do you consider viewing child porn to be an act which should be punished by jail time? Or do you have grave doubts (individuals should be sent to prison) because of their taste in pictures? (Flanagan has since apologized for making this remark, but has his very public defenders). - 3:30: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation insists it is "Time to drag Senators and MPs into the 21st Century". Green's question: Does that mean they get to skip making the acquaintance of the 20th Century entirely? Guest: Gregory Thomas. National Director: CTF. - 3:45: Furor in B.C. over revelations the provincial government had a "Multicultural Strategic Outreach Plan" to pursue "quick wins" of ethnic votes by identifying and correcting "historical wrongs such as the Komagata Maru apology in the house", and using government resources to do so. The Christie Clark government hammered and in internal turmoil holding an emergency cabinet meeting today. On the issue of national or provincial government apologies, former Canadian Ambassador Martin Collacott questions whether there is value to Canada continuously apologizing for events which took place sometimes over a Century ago and points out Pierre Trudeau, considered the architect of multicultural policy, opposed entirely any such national apologies. Guest: Martin Collacott. Spokesperson for the Centre for Immigration Policy Reform and former Canadian Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Lebanon and Cambodia.