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Wednesday, 01 June 2005 02:45

Deep throat wanted

It was interesting to have "Deep Throat" identified. His actions helped defeat a dishonest and corrupt government. The Gazetteer, a BC blogger with a knack for putting words together has more.  We had people years ago that spoke out, that left little brown paper bags. Today any leak from the BC government is followed by intensive internal investigation, not about what was leaked but who leaked it.

by Rick Barnes

During this last BC provincial election I met with many local non-profit agencies that had very serious concerns about government cutbacks. They were serious concerns but they had to remain quiet, having already received threats to keep quiet or lose funding.

The same is true federally. What do they know inside government about the sponsorship stuff. About EI mismanagement or the gun registry?

We had people years ago that spoke out, that left little brown paper bags. Today any leak from government is followed by intensive internal investigation, not about what was leaked but who leaked it.

I learned things from some healthcare management people during the provincial election that I could not use as it would have identified people. I can tell you that Interior Health Authority is in one big mess and Kelowna General Hospital is one miscue away from the same situation that occurred last fall at Surrey Memorial.

You will hear more as we continue here in the heartlands to seek out those deep throats or they find us.

More deep throats please! We need you. Who will go deep for us?  Feel free to contact PEJ NEWS or Rick Barnes

See also: Deep Throat Comes Out

Rick Barnes is a contributing editor to PEJ News, he lives and works in Kelowna, providing communications and community development services to non-profit and grassroots organizations in the Okanagan, BC and Canada
Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 June 2005 02:45
 

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