15th Anniversary of Life-Altering Psychosis

On November 14th 1996, I experienced a life-altering episode of psychosis and ended up in a Toronto psychiatric hospital.

As I recently addressed to an audience at The Street Theatre in Canberra (ABC, 14 September 2011),  I experienced that particular episode of psychosis after waging a long campaign for an investigation into systemic corruption involving media companies and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).

While my life has fundamentally changed in several ways since that point in time, the CRTC is still a corrupt instrument of powerful media tycoons, and Canadian politicians are still protecting the status quo (Letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, 31 May 2010).

One thing that hasn’t changed in my life over all these years is my belief that this unjust corporate enrichment scheme is an unprecedented case of systemic corruption in the G20; one which warrants an illuminating public inquiry.

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