Most of my comments that lay legitimate criticism of the Liberal govenment policies or the Chinese communist party on CBC forum are disabled by CBC. They are polite and to the point, with no derogatory terms.
CBC should not be a publicly funded entity if squashes legitimate criticism of the government. Silencing criticism is a practice practiced by various dictatorial, oppressive regimes including the past Gadafi regime of Libya, Hussain regime of Iraq, Kim regime of North Korea, and Mao and the current communist regime of China. Should individual right to free speech be squashed in the name of politeness or political righteousness? CBC seems to agree with that statement.