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The Case Against David Suzuki: An Unauthorized Biography

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For nearly half a century, the Canadian establishment has told us that David Suzuki is a living saint — a deeply learned scientist, and a national conscience too. But it’s a carefully-cultivated image that hides the truth about Suzuki: a vain, abusive multi-millionaire whose private life contradicts every public scolding he’s ever given to "the little people”. In this meti For nearly half a century, the Canadian establishment has told us that David Suzuki is a living saint — a deeply learned scientist, and a national conscience too. But it’s a carefully-cultivated image that hides the truth about Suzuki: a vain, abusive multi-millionaire whose private life contradicts every public scolding he’s ever given to "the little people”. In this meticulously-documented book, the real David Suzuki is revealed — a prima dona who treats young women as pin-up girls, calls for people who disagree with him to be jailed, and has wrung tens of millions of dollars out of taxpayers, all while claiming to be against the capitalist system. It’s the most well-researched book ever published about Suzuki — and it’s an essential rebuttal to decades of his own self-serving propaganda.


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For nearly half a century, the Canadian establishment has told us that David Suzuki is a living saint — a deeply learned scientist, and a national conscience too. But it’s a carefully-cultivated image that hides the truth about Suzuki: a vain, abusive multi-millionaire whose private life contradicts every public scolding he’s ever given to "the little people”. In this meti For nearly half a century, the Canadian establishment has told us that David Suzuki is a living saint — a deeply learned scientist, and a national conscience too. But it’s a carefully-cultivated image that hides the truth about Suzuki: a vain, abusive multi-millionaire whose private life contradicts every public scolding he’s ever given to "the little people”. In this meticulously-documented book, the real David Suzuki is revealed — a prima dona who treats young women as pin-up girls, calls for people who disagree with him to be jailed, and has wrung tens of millions of dollars out of taxpayers, all while claiming to be against the capitalist system. It’s the most well-researched book ever published about Suzuki — and it’s an essential rebuttal to decades of his own self-serving propaganda.

30 review for The Case Against David Suzuki: An Unauthorized Biography

  1. 4 out of 5

    J.P. Willson

    Quite obviously having read this in a few short hours, there is absolutely no way I had enough time to go through the extensive amount of footnotes contained in this book. If in fact even a fraction of this is true, well that's some fairly damning evidence against Mr. Suzuki. Funny thing, since this book has been published there has not been word one of a lawsuit from the foundation. At least not that I am aware of... Makes me wonder. Quite obviously having read this in a few short hours, there is absolutely no way I had enough time to go through the extensive amount of footnotes contained in this book. If in fact even a fraction of this is true, well that's some fairly damning evidence against Mr. Suzuki. Funny thing, since this book has been published there has not been word one of a lawsuit from the foundation. At least not that I am aware of... Makes me wonder.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Austin D.

    Shocking exposé of eco-darling Suzuki A short easy read highlighting the deplorable behaviour and hypocritical views expressed by Suzuki. Most surprising is the cult like manner he is supported by those on the left who continually give him a pass for his unsubstantiated claims and personal demons.

  3. 5 out of 5

    John R Francis

    Suzuki revealed! This short book is an indictment of Suzuki and his Foundation as selfish and fraudulent liars, not to mention the CBC, the CRA, and the U of A in promoting this awful man. Highly recommended to anyone with an open mind

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jim Dowdell

    Not for those with a weak stomach - this man is FOUL. Get this free book and see for yourself. David Suzuki is a crook. He thinks his celebrity status raises him and his family above the law of us mere mortals. He is the arch-typical ruling class maggot who uses the weak minded and trustful in society as his personal milk cow. But don't take my word for it, read this book to get mad yourself. Then maybe we can all put a stop to his mad socialist agenda. The book is well written and easy to read. Not for those with a weak stomach - this man is FOUL. Get this free book and see for yourself. David Suzuki is a crook. He thinks his celebrity status raises him and his family above the law of us mere mortals. He is the arch-typical ruling class maggot who uses the weak minded and trustful in society as his personal milk cow. But don't take my word for it, read this book to get mad yourself. Then maybe we can all put a stop to his mad socialist agenda. The book is well written and easy to read. All the facts are accurate and easy to verify with her on page notes. I suggest that after you read it that you may want to donate to her further works.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bill Murphy

    No words to describe how bad this is, no star rating Low enough. Waste of some kindle cash.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Will Travis

    A Shameless Ezra Levant Apologist Ultra Right- Wing Screed This "book" comes from the uptight ultra-right-wing bat cave from whence White Supremacist Ezra White strikes out at all progressive thought. Really. When half the pages are irksome, detailed footnote citations drilled down to the 'nth degree, we recognize the author's desperate campaign to attack Dr Suzuki's work, as if a blinding storm of citations props up Gunn Reid's screed. Incidental, spur of the moment comments made by Suzuki on th A Shameless Ezra Levant Apologist Ultra Right- Wing Screed This "book" comes from the uptight ultra-right-wing bat cave from whence White Supremacist Ezra White strikes out at all progressive thought. Really. When half the pages are irksome, detailed footnote citations drilled down to the 'nth degree, we recognize the author's desperate campaign to attack Dr Suzuki's work, as if a blinding storm of citations props up Gunn Reid's screed. Incidental, spur of the moment comments made by Suzuki on the spot when challenged by alt-right attack squads do not represent Suzuki's canon of thought-out scientific learnedness. If you like amateurish pamphleteering bent always to the alt-right take on things, then this harangue is for you.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Pat Amsden

    Suzuki’s Sainthood In Question This is definitely a side of Suzuki not normally seen. The author vociferously denies climate change is real while calling Suzuki’s credentials into question. He points out while the rest of us are supposed to stop travelling by air and get used to living in smaller spaces with less food, fuel for heat, or fuel for cars, Suzuki is doing the opposite living large in huge mansions while travelling the world. He makes good points and he has research to back it up. Just Suzuki’s Sainthood In Question This is definitely a side of Suzuki not normally seen. The author vociferously denies climate change is real while calling Suzuki’s credentials into question. He points out while the rest of us are supposed to stop travelling by air and get used to living in smaller spaces with less food, fuel for heat, or fuel for cars, Suzuki is doing the opposite living large in huge mansions while travelling the world. He makes good points and he has research to back it up. Just remember that 90% of the world’s scientists believe climate change is real and if you listen to people gathered round the nearest water cooler, they do too.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Charlie Shan

    Eye Opening This is a great read to hear the case against the CBC and David Suzuki. You can tell by the negative comments that this is an important book and that there's a lot of information that is being kept hidden. A lot of what is said and all of the footnotes in this book come as an exciting shock and surprise. As Canada embraces right-wing politics this is a great read to understand why. It's really hard to believe how so many of these scandals got swept under the rug. Eye Opening This is a great read to hear the case against the CBC and David Suzuki. You can tell by the negative comments that this is an important book and that there's a lot of information that is being kept hidden. A lot of what is said and all of the footnotes in this book come as an exciting shock and surprise. As Canada embraces right-wing politics this is a great read to understand why. It's really hard to believe how so many of these scandals got swept under the rug.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Steve James

    David Suzuki - Self Righteous Self Absorbed Good Job Sheila Gunn Reid. I follow you and the Rebel. I knew David Suzuki was undeserving of any Honorary Degrees and knew he was not a good person. After reading this book, it exposes how truly evil he is. People need to read this book and understand what a self absorbed fraudster Suzuki really is.

  10. 5 out of 5

    ron cook

    Suzuki's association with Al Gore the greatest scammer of all time holds that the old adage has merit that is "guilty by association". The most disheartening aspect is the CBC promotion of this person, but then again they are the leaders of the political correct agenda that is killing Canada. The foxes are in charge of the hen house and the chickens lose, that is the Canadian Taxpayer. Suzuki's association with Al Gore the greatest scammer of all time holds that the old adage has merit that is "guilty by association". The most disheartening aspect is the CBC promotion of this person, but then again they are the leaders of the political correct agenda that is killing Canada. The foxes are in charge of the hen house and the chickens lose, that is the Canadian Taxpayer.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chuck

    A very short book. Mainly a rehash of issues I have read before, maybe even in articles by this author. So not much new but nice that it is all contained in one short volume. Very Alberta centric. Well footnoted throughout.

  12. 4 out of 5

    David

    Suzuki the fraud Pretty brazen it would be interesting to see Suzuki’s rebuttal. Pretty dumb of UofA to honor such a low life.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dinh Hong

    An Opening eye book of another lier:(

  14. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Cheshire

  15. 5 out of 5

    Richard Kelertas

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    Darik Horn

  17. 5 out of 5

    Richard Green

  18. 5 out of 5

    Darryl

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ardi Williams

  20. 4 out of 5

    Martha Hickman

  21. 4 out of 5

    louise marchand

  22. 4 out of 5

    Helen Austin

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    Mike Riffel

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    Ken Weaving

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    Russ Olson

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    Martin Foerster

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    Kirsten

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    Richard Andrew

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brian Clarke

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth F Murdoch

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