Coren is a moron

…that much was clear long before his rancid race-baiting rant about the Tottenham riots, projectile-vomited at anyone who happened to be dozing, bored to tears, in front of a TV tuned to Brian Lilley’s show on Sun News last week.  Stand back!  Incoming!

Hoho.  Black-berries, Black-thuggies.  Cute.

Many found Coren’s stinky little diatribe offensive in the extreme, and I guess it was.  But given that most of the riot footage shows a predominantly white crowd, I mostly thought it was kind of goofy: maybe a sign of some early-onset brain-rot brought on by terminal Doctrinaire Catholicism and excessive furious masturbation.  This is, after all, Coren’s shtick as a “Media Personality”: the Lonely Voice In The Wilderness Speaking Truth to Politically-Correct Power, especially regarding “race issues”.  When all you’ve got is a hammer, everything looks like a… black guy!!  No commentary from Coren on this particular topic could possibly end well.

But should he be silenced?  No.  I’d rather know such people are around, and what they’re saying, than have them slither underground to indulge their paranoid fantasies away from the harsh light of day that exposes them for the scum they are.   Besides, it’s only a matter of time until Sun TV finds out that most advertisers don’t want their brands associated with Coren-style race-rants, and that will be the end of that.

h/t: Dr.Dawg

14 Responses to “Coren is a moron”

  1. 1 Skinny Dipper Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Britishists are naturally violent. It’s in their genes. Since Michael Coren comes from Great Britain, he might have some Britishist in him. I wouldn’t trust him because he might act Britishisty.

  2. 2 Torontonian Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    He’s Canada’s version of Glenn Beck–
    and look what happened to Glenn Beck.

    Coren bobs about in a sea of opprobrium.
    It feeds him and informs him about what
    next to inflame the reading/viewing public.

    Curiously, the Toronto Sun hasn’t got
    his Saturday column online so I wonder
    if that’s their omission or he’s been

    He’s also quite cheap. He had a speaking
    engagement in Nova Scotia and had two
    suitcases for the journey. One was filled
    with books for him to sell. Air Canada Jazz
    left the second suitcase behind and this
    worried Coren–all those lost sales!

    Why did he need to lug books? Aren’t there
    bookstores in Nova Scotia stocking his titles?
    Why didn’t his publisher send a boxload
    ahead of the speaking stint?

    If he got any cheezier, you could spread him
    on Melba toast.

  3. 3 Beijing York Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    These pundits need an Amway pyramid scheme to sell their bon mots. LOL!

  4. 4 Lorne Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    I can’t really agree that people like Coren should be tolerated so we can all keep an eye on him, (i.e.., keep your friends close and your enemies closer). The problem is that Sun TV is providing a vehicle for his hatred, and that is in violation of the CRTC rules that govern the airwaves.

    I think that if enough people make complaints to that governing body, two things, ideally, can happen: Coren will no longer have a national platform for his racist rants, and Sun TV may find it difficult to renew its licence, both highly desirable outcomes in my view.

  5. 5 JJ Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Lorne – The stage for Coren’s racist rants will collapse soon enough, without any help from the CRTC. Ultimately it will be the Invisible Hand that gives him the finger, which to me is a far more satisfying outcome than him being silenced by some agency of the state.

    I also don’t see the demise of Sun TV due to licensing issues as a particularly good thing: if it’s as shitty a station as I suspect it is, the market will put it to sleep. But if it has enough of a following to stay above water, who am I to say their audience shouldn’t have that choice?

  6. 6 JJ Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    I wonder what he had to say about the Stanley Cup riot?

  7. 7 JJ Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4:27 pm

    Having just recently been hired onto Sun TV, I suspect he was trying to be as outrageous as possible to provoke exactly the reaction he’s getting.

    But in the long run it’s bad business. Watch for a kinder, gentler Coren in the coming days… 😀

  8. 9 Bene D Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    It isn’t necessarily the number of complaints going into the CBSC, it’s the quality. All it takes is one published ruling, which is put on record with the CRTC for consideration during licence renewal.

    I think letting advertisers know what we think is hitting a network where it counts.

    While I had no use for Krista Erickson’s performance with Margie Gillis, I have even less respect for Coren’s little performance. It would be helpful to know who the advertisers were for that segment.

    Coren’s Sun column is here –

  9. 10 JJ Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Bene D

    I think letting advertisers know what we think is hitting a network where it counts.

    Let the market work its magic, which I guarantee will be more effective than a wrist-slap from the CRTC.

    For one thing, they can bitch & whine about the government having it in for them because they express “politically incorrect” views, but there’s not much they can say about the invisible hand giving them the finger!

  10. 11 Rev.Paperboy (@revpaperboy) Monday, August 15, 2011 at 9:38 am

    I don’t think Coren should be “silenced” (though the idea of filling his mouth in with cement does have a visceral appeal) in any way. He is perfectly free to take his soapbox down to Younge and Bloor and rant at traffic, but I would like to see him and his fellow hatemongers driven from the airwaves and major print media by making it cost prohibitive for broadcasters and newspapers to employ them by hitting them with fines for hate speech when appropriate and through boycotting advertisers.
    As far as keeping track of where he and others like him are, just turn over the nearest rock.

  11. 12 JJ Monday, August 15, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    the idea of filling his mouth in with cement does have a visceral appeal

    He could use a slap — just a little bitch-slap, not even a backhander. He’s not important enough for a backhander.

    I have no doubt that advertisers will decide this kind of thing doesn’t make the marketing cut. To me that’s a far more effective (and satisfying) response than CRTC sanctions.

  12. 13 John Uhty Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 11:03 pm

    Yes because of course we all agree that in a democratic country speech like his should be silenced at once!

  13. 14 John Uhty Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    It’s only a matter of time till people realize that it truly is the blacks that are responsible for most civil unrest. Liberals can cry and moan all they want, but what one see’s with ones own eyes cannot be denied for long.

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