Canada under foreign influence

“I guess my fear is what I see happening in some circles is (an) anti-Israeli sentiment, really just as a thinly disguised veil for good old-fashioned anti-Semitism, which I think is completely unacceptable. We learned in the Second World War that those who would hate and destroy the Jewish people would ultimately hate and destroy the rest of us as well, and the same holds today,” Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada  in an interview with CJAD/CFRB radio, May 2008. Well, those who hated and destroyed the Jewish people had 150,000 German Jews among them but no Arab Muslim.

“An attack on Israel would be considered an attack on Canada,” Peter Kent, Canada’s Junior Foreign Minister, The Globe And Mail, February 16, 2010.

“I stand by Israel,” Pierre Poilievre, Stephen Harper’s Pppparliamentary secretary, The Canadian Charger, March 24, 2010.

For defining Canadian policy as “we support Israel no matter what it does,” B’Nai Brith International bestowed Harper with its Presidential Gold Medallion for Humanitarianism. The first ever Canadian to receive the award, Harper joined former Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, and US Presidents John F. Kennedy and Harry S. Truman. For its part, the Canadian Jewish Congress gave Harper its “prestigious Saul Hayes Human Rights award, named for a former CJC executive director, the first time it’s been given to a sitting PM.”

A recent investigation report by Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has claimed that many of Canadian politicians work as lobbist for foreign countries. CSIS’s director Richard Faden has stated that atleast five countries including China and Middle East countries were involved in shaping Canada’s foreign policy. Most of Canadians know for fact that Ottawa has always played a submissive role for Washington. The US is the only country which shares accessable borders with Canada and close to 80% of Canada’s export goes to the US. Among the Asian countries – Canada has more close relations with India than China.

In the Middle East, it cannot be the Islamic Republic, because it doesn’t have its ambassador in Ottawa. It could not be Lebanon because one of the current government partner and the official Opposition Party, Hizbullah, has long been declared as “a terrorist organization” by Ottawa for humiliating Israel. Same goes for Syria. So the only foreign country which has crip over Canadian politicians must be the Zionist entity.

In his comments, Fadden talked about foreign influence exercised through university and social clubs. He noted “You pay [for] their trips and … when an event is occurring that is of particular interest to country ‘X,’ you call up and you ask the person to take a particular view,” Fadden said. Currently, Hillel Clubs operate on most Canadian campuses, and their mandates explicitly include “Israel advocacy” and promoting Jewish students’ identification with Israel.

Opportunities for all-expenses-paid two-week trips to Israel are also made available to students. A similar process occurs with federal MPs and provincial legislators. The Canada-Israel Committee has been subsidizing trips to Israel for MPs and provincial legislators for decades.

According to the federal ethics commissioner, the Canada-Israel Committee paid over $160,000 for various one-week trips by 14 MPs to Israel in 2009 alone. The Canada-Israel Committee subsidized a July 2010 trip by seven MPs: Conservative MPs John Duncan, Jeff Watson, Edward Fast and Brent Rathgeber, Liberal MPs Scott Simms and Anthony Rota and NDP MP Glenn Thibeault. No other Middle East nation has hosted so many MPs on such frequent and expensive trips.

Watch a video below to find out how much the Jewish Lobby groups are loyal to the US or Canada for that matter.

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