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Corporate Watch Update

As 2009 draws to a close, we look back at the various gay pride events that took place in major cities across the country and the government, community and corporate sponsors who helped make them happen. From west to east … In Victoria, Vancity Pride 2009 had as a platinum sponsor Sleeman brewery. Silver sponsors included Mike’s Hard Lemonade and Okanagan Premium Cider, while Coca Cola served as a bronze sponsor. Vancouver ... (Continue reading)

Wealthy push de-population

Some of America’s leading billionaires met secretly recently to consider how their wealth could be used to “slow the growth of the world’s population.” Attending on the initiative of Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder, they discussed joining forces to overcome political and religious obstacles to change. Other participants included David Rockefeller Jr., the patriarch of America’s wealthiest dynasty, Warren Buffett and George Soros, the financiers, Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of ... (Continue reading)

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Corporations continue to promote perversion, death

PepsiCo, which owns Pepsi, Frito Lay, Tropicana, Gatorade and Quaker, has been reported to have donated more than $1 million to homosexual groups, while refusing to give money to organizations opposing the homosexual agenda. It's part of a long history of the company's support for homosexual causes, which has attracted a boycott (www.boycottpepsico.com). According to Children of God for Life (www.cogfor life.org), Pharmaceutical giant Merck has decided to produce measles, mumps ... (Continue reading)

Soros funds anti-Catholic agitators

Soros funds anti-Catholic agitators

A look at some of the devious investments of various organizations and individuals. (Continue reading)

Corporate Watch Update

Corporate Watch Update

The American Family Association has issued a "hall of shame" report on "Corporations in Opposition to Conservative American Values," produced by the Research Institute for Corporate Accountability. It examines the worst U.S. offenders in terms of support for elements such as abortion, the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender agenda, pornography, anti-family media and more. The report cites as the worst offenders: Microsoft, Anheuser-Busch, Comcast, Walt Disney, Johnson & Johnson, Viacom, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., ... (Continue reading)

Beware UNICEF ’tis Halloween

Increasing attention is being paid south of the border to Tim Gill, considered to be the biggest gay donor in the U.S. His stealthy and out-of-the-box political strategies are said to be reshaping public policy on marriage, the family and gay rights. Having made millions as the founder of publishing giant Quark, Gill tries to target young, up-and-coming political conservatives and knock them out of the arena ... (Continue reading)

Which companies are sponsoring Pride?

The passage of another summer season means another look back at those companies and government entities that kept ?gay pride? events afloat for another year. Starting from the West and moving east ? Vancouver Pride Day 2008 was supported by sponsors including the 24 Hours newspaper,CTV, Edgewater Casino, Pepsi/Aquafina, Schick, Shaw, Tourism Vancouver, Vancity, Molson, The Beat 94.5 ... (Continue reading)

‘Diversity’ initiatives being pushed

Concerned Women for America reported recently on trends toward “supplier diversity initiatives,” which corporations are using to encourage “diversity” among their supplier bases. Suppliers are being pressured to report breakdowns of their staffs along lines including those of “sexual orientation.” This is seen as another tactic homosexual activists are using to force acceptance and approval of their behaviour ... (Continue reading)

Anti-life agitator gets corporate support

When the Canadian National March for Life held it’s candlelight vigil at the Canadian Tribute to Human Rights Monument in Ottawa in 2006, an individual named Jeremy Dias led a gaggle of demonstrators against the event and then played it up for the cameras when television news crews came on the scene. Since then, Dias has come to ... (Continue reading)

Rotary International cited for its ‘dance with death’

Rotary International cited for its ‘dance with death’

Life Decisions International published a special report recently that described Rotary International’s “dance with death” through its ties to pro-abortion and population control groups. RI founded a 25,000-member Rotarian Fellowship for Population and Development and has entered into an official “co-operative relationship” with the United Nations Fund for Population Activities. Procter and Gamble staged a career info session ... (Continue reading)

The money behind gay ‘pride’ events this year

August 2007 Gay "pride" observances took place in major centres across Canada this year, as they do every summer, but as with last year, there were some challenges in terms of funding and sponsorships. The situations ... (Continue reading)

The naughty and nice at Christmas

This past Christmas was another contentious one, as Christians throughout North America took action to point out attempts by businesses to suppress the true meaning of the season in favour of a no-name “holiday.” On the positive side, Wal-Mart eventually relented from its position of using “holiday” exclusively in its stores and advertising. But the U.S.-based Liberty Council’s Friend or Foe ... (Continue reading)

Corporate Watch Update

The U.S. Ford Motor Company account books are showing the effects of both the downturn in the auto industry and a boycott launched in response to the company’s support for homosexual and liberal causes. The company posted a $5.8 billion loss in the third quarter of 2006, the largest loss for the U.S.’s second-biggest automaker in 14 years, ... (Continue reading)

Corporate Watch

The Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, according to its grant application form, has come out in support of human embryonic stem cell research by indicating its intent to provide grant funding to researchers. At the same time, the form also shows the foundation’s concern for the proper treatment of animals, by requesting applicants agree with principles enunciated by the Canadian Council on ... (Continue reading)

Corporate Watch update

Two developers in Kentucky, a priest and a homeschooling mom in New Jersey, a contractor in Mississippi and a beautician in Illinois – from six different Christian denominations – have all recently shown the effectiveness of making one’s views known and taking active steps to combat local evils. The diverse group has taken on the Movie Gallery, the leading renter of pornographic videos in the U.S., and won. ... (Continue reading)