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Jo, The Banjo responds to an open letter to Tom De Cock

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An open letter from Tom’s Cock, it was Friday, and with mixed feelings of welcome. Of course, there are a lot of people who are the host of OBSERVERS have come to, but there are also those who are critical of the presenter. One of them is Jo De Clercq, known as the Jo With the Banjo. Jo has been working for the public broadcasting service, and good content in his message, The Cock is read. “It’s amazing to me that a CHARITY DJ, so don’t know much of the VRT, and what’s currently going on. It is not surprising to me that you’re the smooth talker and a wise guy I like to be busy, though, so a little concerned with the large house in which the belgian has been,” he writes in The de Clercq, in an open letter to Tom’s Cock.

“You can’t just think about it, how many people will it be possible to make a luxepaardje as you are happy and everyone can and should do… to all the Radio and TELEVISION programs and is a collaboration between many people: designers, producers, and journalists, from the cleaning service up to senior management. The whole of the building from the parking lot up to the roof, with its studios, offices, vergaderlokalen, etc., And, in addition, the Public service Broadcaster, the daunting task/challenge for the whole of Flanders, with news, information and entertainment to. And that is only possible if all the cogs work together. There’s a word for this: SOLIDARITY.”

To rotate one or the other for the public broadcasting service, and a lot of other companies around the respect for each and every job. “And this, the trade unions and the important role that the rules of/agreements, in this house, between the top and the base in a correct way. In SOLIDARITY, do what you need to do to get from where you are right now! Duties for all, justice for all. To Work together,” he writes in The de Clercq is on Facebook.