Shifting Public Opinion, G20 as Case Study.
Kudos for May for bringing this to my attention, as I rarely read the Star anymore because they are such a bunch of crypto turds. I read the Globe who are unabashed turds.
Anyway, from the Star:
It's my view that if there had been an "Inquiry" shortly after the G20, it would have served to allow the establishment Public Relations Machine to control the narrative. And, the polls would have remained little changed-- if anything, the approval rating might even have been higher.
I thought at the time (and, I found it difficult to think at the time, my anger was such) that we'd be better off getting the truth out via social media, youtube, and good old word of mouth.
I think this poll bears this out.
I do not believe a so called "Inquiry" would have lead to any more justice than the paltry amount so far aforded us. Indeed, I think it would have garanteed even less, in fact pilled injustice upon injustice, as it would provide a convenient screen for those involved.