Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Here We Go Again

Harper is at it again. While taking part in the National Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony yesterday, Harper laid the anti-Iran rhetoric on pretty thick. He rightfully condemned the Toulouse shootings, though blaming them on anti-semitism, rather than Sarkozy's election campaign as many have noted.

That being said, he also condemned Iran, and Israel apartheid week. Noting claims that current Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has "threatened to wipe Israel off the map.", which has been revealed to be a serious mistranslation so many times it's not funny, Harper further claimed that Iran was violating their international obligations and continuing to pursue nuclear weapons. Here's a breakdown of the truth about that. The fact of the matter is that Harper is dangerously wrong, and clearly on purpose. The purpose is clearly to ready Canadians for war with Iran, just as Harper's Zionist masters in the Israeli government want. The fact of the matter is that this is ridiculous and shows no signs of changing anytime soon, sadly.

The People Vs Thomas Mulcair

Yep, Bruce Hyer, the Member of Parliament for the riding of Thunder Bay-Superior North has left the NDP caucus. I for one applaud his doing so. He has stated that he still agrees with the majority of NDP positions, Bruce Hyer wants the freedom to stand with the people of his riding instead. I will admit I have a similar stance with the Conservatives. While the Conservatives and myself agree on many things, we also disagree on many others.

One clear example for MP Hyer of this stance is the long-gun registry. The Conservatives recently threw it into the trashcan it belongs in. NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair wants to bring it back, despite it doing nothing but aggravate rural voters, such as those in the riding of Thunder Bay-Superior North. MP Hyer voted to eliminate the registry. In short, Hyer is putting his constituents ahead of Mulcair. Good on him.

Tuesday, 17 April 2012

A Look in the Rabbit Hole

The NDP have chosen their replacement for the charismatic Jack Layton in Thomas Mulcair. Or had it chosen for them, for what difference it makes. Mulcair joins Bob Rae and Stephen Harper as Zionist leaders of Canadian political parties of significance. Though considering the mystery surrounding Jack Layton's death and the signs of some kind of possible funny business with the NDP voting does bring one question to mind. Was Jack Layton murdered to make way for the more Zionist-friendly Mulcair? While it is not a theory I cling to, it is one to wonder about, and not throw to the wayside. Considering that the cancer that Layton died was not identified, though some have theories, only implied to not be the prostate cancer he had previously defeated, it could be argued about now natural the cancer was. I will admit that the only real basis for the theory is who benefits.

The fact still remains however, that the three major political parties are lead by Zionists, who would have no problem trampling on the now 30-year old Charter of Rights and Freedoms, much like the United States. For those that would use this fact to go to the Green Party, don't. Elizabeth May is a self-admitted globalist with associations with former US President Bill Clinton. In other words, no better than the Big Bad Three.