Get this: in both of last week’s attacks in Canada, the politicians were announcing the deaths of Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo, and labelling them as “terrorist” attacks ahead of any such police announcements. 672 more words
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This article speaks for itself… -LW
The pro-Israel Canadian government is modifying the country’s criminal code to ban any criticism of the Zionist regime for atrocities against Palestinians, an analyst says. 247 more words
Amazing op-ed and criticism of a current PM by a former PM: Jean Chrétien’s biting commentary on PM Harper:
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For example, all the war in Iraq did was to make the region and the world a much more dangerous place.
Signs of change noted by one of the harsher critics of the Harper Government, Haroon Siddiqui:
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Harper himself avoids Canadian Muslims except for a selected few, such as the minority Ismailis.
In case you missed it today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a 6 month maximum commitment of air combat to fight ISIS.
For a rundown for the story, here is a link to the story from CBC which you can read 18 more words
The “fourth sister” of Canadian politics to use Tom Flanagan’s phrase.
Most of the analysis I have seen (2011 Canada Election Study and related articles) have a similar nuanced understanding of the Conservative Party’s success, but all acknowledge the “showing up” aspect of the outreach by Jason Kenney as having an impact on some communities. 293 more words
Interesting to see Conservatives invoking the Liberals R2P (Responsibility to Protect) initiative, which many conservative commentators have panned if memory serves me correctly:
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Employment Minister Jason Kenney invoked the “responsibility to protect” doctrine to fight “genocide” against religious minorities in a sparsely attended yet spirited late-night debate Tuesday over Canada’s response to the Islamic State threat.