Monthly Archives: December 2010

Japan under increasing pressure to ‘go nuclear’

As the United States loses power and influence, and China continues to grow economically and expand and modernise its armed forces, Japan and possibly Taiwan will have little choice but to “go nuclear”. 

Like Canada and other developed countries, Japan is entirely capable of producing nuclear weapons but has chosen so far to not do so.  That will soon change, unless America correctly interprets the warning signs and acts accordingly.

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The Muslim threat to us all: The Swedish experience

“According to sharia, non-Muslim dhimmis can on certain conditions be allowed to retain their lives under Islamic rule, provided that they remain totally submissive to Muslims at all times. Any perceived “insult,” however slight, could immediately trigger violent reaction.

“Muslims are not here to live in peace as equals; they are here to colonize, subjugate, harass and dominate us. Their holy book, the Koran, demands nothing less.”

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Canadian disability tax exemption possibilities

I found this Moneyville article in the Toronto Star, checked out the link to the Canada Revenue Agency disability exemption application form, and found that I may well qualify.

I will be visiting my GP to have him fill out his part of the form, and will be sending it in ASAP as this is precisely the right time of the year to investigate whether or not the Canada Revenue Agency will approve your request.

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Multiculturalism is contrary to human nature and doomed to failure

“(An) explanation of the growth in anti-immigrant sentiments in Europe is the public’s perceived threat to the very essence of their national identity and a sense of belonging, which are anchored in their cultural, social, religious and economic institutions. The threat is seen to emanate from immigrant communities that fail to integrate into the societies of their host countries and often challenge existing institutions, all encouraged by official policies of multiculturalism. 

“The need of human beings to belong to and unite behind a common culture, institutions and values is part of human nature. This need is hard-wired because of its survival value during evolutionary history. It cannot be overcome by government policies and coercion aimed at its elimination.”

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Tax-deductible charitable donations funding settlements

“Israel subsidises over 100 settlements in the West Bank in defiance of international law. Another 100+ are “illegal outposts” even under Israeli law. All benefit from extensive support from the United States, channelled through a range of Jewish and right-wing Christian bodies, all of which have charitable status under US law.” 

There is little doubt in my mind that the situation is much the same in Canada.  

I would like to see the Canada Revenue Agency audit all charities sending money to Israel, to ensure that the charities are operating within the law, and not funding settlement building and the dispossession of Palestinians in the Occupied Territories.

Jeff Goodall

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German-Canadian Congress reacts to Holocaust Museum plans

Clearly, the Holocaust is such a valued propaganda device that any competition will not be tolerated, and Jewish organisations have actually protested against simple recognition of the Armenian genocide committed by Turkey some 100 years ago. 

Even though the estimates for the number of deaths at Auschwitz has been substantially reduced, the “Six Million” figure has never been revised. 

Two wrongs don’t make a right, and the Holocaust doesn’t entitle the Jews to occupy, repress, and murder the Palestinians. 

In my opinion, Holocaust advocacy is now well into the realm of negative return.

Jeff Goodall

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Animals burned alive by Jewish settlers

“According to the farmer’s testimony, the settlers gathered all the sheep into an area thick with brush, and set fire to the bushes.” 

A relatively minor incident, but a startling illustration of the callous disregard for human and animal rights exhibited by the Zionist supremacists; the massacre of the animals at the Beirut Zoo a few years ago was another sickening example of cruelty and indifference. 

The sooner Canada ceases all support for Israel, the better.  And that particularly includes ending the charitable status of organisations funnelling money to Israel for settlement building and support.

Jeff Goodall

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Holocaust a weapon to intimidate critics of Israel

“Alongside its ardent support for Israel, Stephen Harper’s Conservative government has promoted the commemoration of Nazi crimes and the idea that anti-Semitism is worse than other forms of oppression. Concurrently, they’ve repeatedly conflated criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism.

 “(Irwin) Cotler and Jason Kenney are trying to intimidate reporters, academics, union leaders and other public figures into staying away from criticizing Israel, lest they be accused of anti-Semitism.”

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