May 11, 1933 (17th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

Jean-François Pouliot

Liberal

Mr. POULIOT:

Oh, I am speaking in a
most delicate way. I say this, that the Prime Minister is master of the land; the chairman of the radio commission is master of the air. I wonder why the aeroplanes of the Department of National Defence are not put under his control. I wonder why the flags are not put under his control, and everything in the air. The birds-why are they not put under his control? Everything that has wings and is lighter than air, or up in the air, should be under his control-as should my hon. friend the baby of the house. He should be under his control, also, so that we would have peace in this House of Commons.

Topic:   RADIO BROADCASTING ACT
Subtopic:   PURCHASE OF STATIONS-APPOINTMENTS TO STAFF
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