Monday, June 7, 2010

Comments on ULM Member

Comments have been flowing in on our website since we broadcasted the story of the alleged misconduct of Upper Lake Melville Ordinary Member Max Blake.

President Jim Lyall will be issuing a statement on the matter this afternoon.

We welcome your comments on our website and we remind you that slanderous or defamatory comments will not be published to the site.

Visit the radio briefs section at www.oksociety.com to comment on any of the stories that we do.

13 comments:

  1. Thats bull about no slanderous or defamatory comments will not be published. There were a number of slanderous comments already published. The damage is already done, was that the intention.

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  2. Hey, quit bashing the OKalaKatiget Society. They only report accurate and up to date news, they have no control over what people say and as you can clearly see, the site is monitored. Most comments were made on Saturday, the one day they don't open. Yesterday, all comments were removed. If there was any damage done it only affected the ones guilty in this sick situation.

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  3. Where was Jim Lyall supposed to make his comment on the Max Blake matter ? It states that he was issuing a statement this afternoon ,it's 6 pm now ,I never saw or heard a statement ...........

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  4. the damage was done the minute max blake became elected!

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  5. All comments are monitored...that's false. If the comments that were made on Saturday were removed, because that's the only day their not open, well then, they need to block their webpage for that day, if they can't monitor their comment section!!

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  6. Has the OK society become a site for gossip and slander? I thought it was a place for accurate news.
    It seems it has become a place to slam Max Blake.
    How is what some people are writing any different from what Max allegedly said?

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  7. http://www.nunatsiavut.com/images/stories/response%20to%20allegations%20against%20assembly%20member.pdf

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  8. Marjorie M. FlowersJune 8, 2010 at 6:47 AM

    Marjorie M. Flowers

    It is the responsibility of Nunatsiavut Government to REMOVE Max Blake from his position immediately. That's it. PERIOD.

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  9. I think that a lot of people want Max Blake removed because he is outspoken and that is what people like you Marjorie don't like. You have always hated Max Blake personally, because he has always been outspoken. Did He ruffle your feathers some time down the road.

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  10. Did you not hear what Max did people, or are you trying to shove it under the carpet, the man has got no right being in a public position and it's not about any one person's ill feelings with Max, it's about stature in a government that has worn thin with some members!

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  11. Blah blah blah Max has always been in the public's eye and many people do not like that about him. over the years he may have pissed people off. people are you afraid? Is the government afraid to have opposition. it seems to me that the NG government is for Nain and Nain only!

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  12. To the commenter above, please enlighten us with your in depth knowledge of how the NG has always been about Nain and Nain only!! I fail to see it in such a manner! BTW we here in Nain do live in Nunatsiavut which happens to be Labrador Inuit Lands, the main reason the agreement was put in place in the 1st place!

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  13. of course you fail to see it that way because you live in NAIN

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