Shame on Canada – Israel’s Boot Heel

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Canada is an occupied country

Canada warns Palestinians against taking Israel to ICC

 

             … by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor                            …  for  Press TV

 

Canada is an occupied country

Just when you think Canada has maxed out it’s total subservience to Israel, here it comes with lowering the bar even lower.

I must say I am surprised, even for Canada. The whole country is jokingly referred to in the Intel community as the Mossad igloo. 

Now they stoop to their Jewish Lobby bidding to threaten the starving Palestinian Authority not to take Israel to the International Criminal Court. Can you all say…Obstruction of Justice?

Israeli Intel has operated in Canada with total impunity for at least two decades. I think there must be a secret law somewhere that it is actually illegal to arrest an Israeli spy there.

 

This is treason against the Canadian people as the Israelis have always been big on industrial espionage, stealing everything they can get their hands on. The political class is bought off in the usual way via campaign support in return for a very solid understanding that the Jewish Lobby operations will never suffer from any legal difficulties.

We certainly have our problem with the same issues here in America, but poor Canada, the good folks up there have been sold out, invaded and occupied by a foreign force that never fired a shot.

But as you will read below, they went so far as to send their foreign minister down to our AIPAC convention in DC to grovel in front of all the AIPAC delegates, along with a good portion of our Congress. Both countries will need a revolution to purge this curse, of both the Israeli Lobbies and also their fellow treasonous countrymen who have assisted the Zios to line their own nests.

You can ad to them the religious extremists like the Christian Zionists who are betting on Israel’s nukes bringing on an end to the world so they get a good return on all the money they donate to them every year.

Our Intel people could catch all of them doing this simply with datamining, as the the stand down against prosecuting them has made them sloppy on covering their tracks. But the stand down include our counter intel services. Exposing Israeli espioniage here, their networks in the Jewish community and penetration into the upper political class, those same people have called that exposure, their exposure, a national security threat…to them.

You just can’t make this stuff up.  Dear Canadian thugs, take your boot off the Palestinian’s neck.  You have embarrassed not only Western jurisprudence, but any religious morality you would lay claim to.

Shame, shame, shame. Someone please call me when the revolution is over up there.

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Canada warns Palestinians against taking Israel to ICC

First published on Press TV  –  March 5th, 2013

 

International Criminal Court in the Hague

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister has announced at pro-Israel lobby’s policy conference that Palestinians would face “consequences” from Ottawa if they use the new UN status to sue Israel at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

John Baird made the remarks in a speech to thousands of lobbyists from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and members of the US government last Sunday.

“We were very clear from the outset that further actions, like we’ve seen at the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), like we’ve seen at the United Nations, particularly at the ICC will be ones which will not go unnoticed and will have certainly consequences in the conduct of our relations with the Palestinian Authority,” Baird said.

Baird’s remarks received a boisterous welcome from the audience, revealing the satisfaction with the Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government support of Israel.

Ottawa opposed the Palestinian bid last November to upgrade status at the UN from “non-member observer entity” to “non-member observer state” and has warned the Palestinian Authority against taking legal action against the Tel Aviv regime at the ICC.

In October 2011, Canada also opposed the Palestinian effort to win membership within the UNESCO.

Palestinian officials said they would take legal actions against the Tel Aviv regime at the ICC in order to stop illegal construction of settler units on the occupied Palestinian land.

Baird also criticized the speech made by acting Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas at the UN General Assembly in November, saying it “concerned many of us.”

“He could have extended an arm, a hand to Israel. He could have extended an olive branch. He could have been generous, and we didn’t see any generosity in his remarks,” Baird said.

Canada, the United States, Israel and six other countries voted against the Palestinian bid, while 138 other assembly members voted in favor of the resolution, approving the upgrade.

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  1. Jim,
    I lived the first 32 years of my life in Canada, and watched as Prime Minister after PM tripped over himself to suck up to the US President. About the only time a PM put up token resistance, was when he was trying to get himself re-elected.

    The biggest problem with politics in Canada, as I see it, is that Canada is joined at the waist to the United States, and could be/would be overrun in 5 minutes by the US, and Canadians know it. So Canada FOLLOWS the US lead in almost everything. Once the US cleans up its act regarding Israel, Canada will do the same. You’ll see.

    • One example I’d like to mention is the debate over the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement, the forerunner to NAFTA. The 1988 “Free Trade Election” in Canada was extremely nasty. PM Brian Mulroney was clearly in bed with Ronald Reagan. For a while, Canadians were looking to dump both Mulroney and the free trade deal. So the knives and threats came out. Reagan had enough class and common sense to do the arm-twisting behind the scenes. But the UK’s Maggie Thatcher openly threatened Canadians with reprisals if they rejected the deal, and that made the difference. I remember being horrified watching her electioneering, horrified and angry that a foreign leader was openly and shamelessly interfering in a Canadian federal election. And she made the difference. She got her way, and the rest is history. The deal was quickly followed by NAFTA, and then the attempted NAU. We’ve had NORAD for decades, and now we have Northcom, and we know who calls the shots there.

      On rare occasion, a Canadian PM will mention the obvious in the lop-sided Canada-US relationship, and he is vilified for it. A good example was Pierre Trudeau’s observation, which I paraphrase, “Living next door to the United States is like a mouse sleeping beside an elephant. No matter how friendly the elephant is, you risk being crushed in your sleep.” The US media freaked over his statement, but he was simply pointing out what everybody in Canada and Latin America already knows. Also, the Monroe Doctrine still exists, but nobody is supposed to mention it. Heaven help a Latin American leader who questions it.

    • I’m not an expert on NAFTA’s results. I do think it mainly benefited big business and middlemen, at the expense of small business in all 3 countries, and left the US southern border wide open. My relatives have small family farms, and they have NOT benefited from NAFTA.

    • JS Canada is and always will be joined at the hip with the U.S. The overwhelming majority of Canadians live within a couple hundred kilometers of the U.S. Our economic dependency is from the U.S. Yet what scares me are the practices of our government! In my opinion we have now have better relations with israel than the U.S.
      As far as Canada saying that there will be “consequences” for the Palestinians its uncomfortable to say the least. It’s as if bibi has a gun next to your head.

    • if you get away from Toronto and Bay St, and maybe a few other CITIES, you find that the cops are pretty decent. In the cities, things are different. But that’s the way it is in every country. Cities can be an open sewer of human behavior. The cops behave accordingly, and tend to be thin-skinned.

    • Actually, in fairness JS…..the lady cop there is pretty decent and ‘Officer Bubbles’ is absolutely extreme in his behaviour. On his facebook page he cited (words to the effect of) ‘picking up human garbage’ as one of his activities – we have many instances of this type of attitude from police in the US and UK, I’m sure many other countries as well.

  2. Wow it’s even worse than Amerikkka. Is he not the fellow who flies around with a Rabbi wherever he goes? Taking shabbot goy to a whole new level.

  3. Jim without doubt Israel is now the most powerful colonial power in the world, far exceeding the former British Empire in power and influence around the world. It is more powerful than the US and counts America and Canada as one of its colonies. Dont be surprise if Israel will and soon appoint a High Commission of Zion in all major capitals of the world.

  4. Well said Yehuda! The U.S. and Canada( Cana-duh) seem to be steering in different directions. Obama appears to be breaking away while us up north are trying to maintain the hockey puck coconut brigade.

  5. Regarding Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, excerpt from an article:

    “There is no better friend to Israel than Canada,”Baird said. “We shall always be there for you, and in front of you.”

    Brian: There is no better blackmailed stooge for Israel than Obama although this statement may get a strong argument from Stephen Harper and David Cameron.

    No matter how many Palestinians Israel kills and tortures Israel has the support of the United States of Israel. Sigh.

    • I don’t know about Baird but perhaps Canada has plenty of politicians prepared to drop their pants and stand in front of Israeli homosexual Ravens while the hidden Israeli video cameras are rolling.

      The Israeli motto if we can’t blackmail you we can’t trust you.

  6. If you want to understand why the Israeli’s operate with impunity up there in Canada, you have only to look at the recent decision of the Jewish stacked Supreme Court of Canada.

    This Rothstein-authored decision actually ruled that if you are charged with a Hate Crime, the fact that you are not permitted to have a defense is not unconstitutional. And they ruled that the truth is not a defense if you are charged with a Hate Crime. Nor is it a defense if you did not mean to hate anyone. To be charged is to be guilty.

    Is it any wonder that Canadians don’t know about the infiltration of Canada by the Israeli’s? It’s a Hate Crime to publish such information, and anyone who attempts to publish such info gets arrested by the cops. Good luck getting any mainstream media to look at this subject.

    • Good Gosh, this is a disaster. Revolution is your only way out. They have been infiltrating the courts for two decades to use taxpayer dollars to suppress taxpayer rights. The Soviet and Chinese never even attempted this.

    • This isn’t nearly as bad but if they can get away with this in California perhaps just a matter of time before Americans are tossed in jail for criticizing Israel.

      California Passes Controversial Resolution Equating Criticism of Israel with Anti-Semiticism On College Campuses, excerpts from the article:

      Over objections over academic freedom and free speech, the California State Assembly passed a controversial resolution (HR 35) that calls on universities to crackdown on criticism of Israel. Passed by a voice vote, the resolution includes language that equates criticism of Israeli policies and actions as “anti-Semitism.” While the resolutions original purpose is laudatory and does include clear expression of anti-Semitism, its drafters decided to include criticism of Israel and its human rights record in a measure that at a minimum chills free speech by professor and students alike. Drafted by Republican Linda Halderman, there was no hearing or debate allowed on the resolution. Just a voice vote.

      It should be kept in mind that this is a non-binding resolution and, as such, has little coercive impact on universities. However, as public institutions, these schools are likely to take such a resolution as a guideline for the future to avoid the animus and possible retaliatory measures from the legislature. It describes anti-Semitism that should “not be tolerated in the classroom or on campus, and that no public resources be allowed to be used for anti-Semitic or intolerant agitation.”

      Brian: The article was published in 2012

    • Brian you should read Stephen Lendmans article on the university of Ottawa. Jim said once that Canada is controlled “lock stock and barrel”. And he’s 100% right. Most of our government, educational institutions, media (all of it!), is under control. One story that recently has spoke of a Canadian spy in our navel forces. One key thing he said was “Ottawa is crawling with them”. But who is them? Russians? Nope! I suspect its Canada’s closest ally. The U.S. of eh? Nope. israel. We now have a law that doesn’t allow free speech. Even if its a proven fact! I can’t criticize the illegal occupation of the west bank. But I can say that we should torture Muslims for 911! Or, I can still do what most people have done here for century’s and crap on the natives of this land. That I’m sure is still kosher…
      Cheers Brian.

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