Archive for January, 2011

The Israel Lobby: Arrogance goes before a fall?

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

Here are the words of National Jewish Democratic Council President David Harris:

“…foreign aid in general, and aid to Israel in particular, is crucial to Israel’s security and its pursuit of peace…Senator Paul’s statement is yet another illustration of how the Republican Party continues to grow increasingly out of touch with the values of the vast majority of the American Jewish community.”   (My emphasis).  

How arrogant and condescending! Senator Paul and his Party need to be in touch with the values of all Americans, not just those who are Jewish. This is yet another example of why the power of the Israel Lobby needs to be smashed.

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Israel reaps a bad harvest

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

If Egyptian President Mubarak is deposed and his government replaced by an Islamic regime, Israel’s only remaining ‘friends’ in the Middle East will be Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.

Neither one seems that reliable, and Israel’s brutal and sustained ill-treatment of the Palestinian Arabs ensures that no Middle Eastern country will be in any hurry to befriend it.

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The ‘immigration industry’ rip-off

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

I’m not sure if these cuts will be permanent or not, perhaps they are being made just to ‘test the waters’ to see if cutbacks are, in fact, politically feasible.

However, this move gives us a perfect opportunity to make our views known to the government. The ‘immigration industry’ is already yelling and screaming in protest, and if large numbers of us do not make a concerted and determined effort to counteract them, and to make our support for the cuts clear to our representatives, it is a pretty good bet that Ottawa will cave in and restore the funds.

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‘Refugee’ prescription rip-off

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

I don’t much care about the disputes over payment arrangements.

What does bother me is that there is obviously a substantial number of ‘refugees’ receiving free drugs at taxpayers’ expense, and what those drugs are for: diabetes, cancer, sexually-transmitted diseases, tuberculosis.

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Trudeaumania: The ‘gift’ that keeps on giving

Friday, January 28th, 2011

The first time I heard about Pierre Elliot Trudeau was when I went to my Grade 12 ‘Business & Commerce’ Adult Education class one day in 1968 and was accosted by a bunch of hippie-freak weirdos handing out pro-Trudeau leaflets urging support for he and his Liberal Party in the upcoming federal election.

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Canada’s racial and cultural problems

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Barbara Kay’s article in the National Post below goes a long way to illustrate the horrors of open-door immigration.

Immigration is supposed to benefit Canada first, and in my opinion the people she talks about shouldn’t even be here.

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Israel rails against recognition of Palestinian state

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

If Ireland’s welcome move to upgrade their level of diplomatic recognition for Palestine is a result of “longstanding slanted policy”, then what about the other nine European and eight South American countries which have already recognised a Palestinian State, or are expected to do so in the near future?

Do they possess “longstanding slanted policies” as well?

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The human plague

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Time to create a DNA bank for threatened animal species.

The following article by Peter Worthington of the Toronto Sun puts the deadly threat of extinction for the world’s land and sea animals into horrifying perspective; according to professional wildlife biologists, ‘wild’ animals as we think of them will be extinct within a few decades.

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China is poisoning the world

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

And not just with the toxic goods and toys they sell to us.

Not mentioned in the article below is that the Russian communists also caused severe pollution, and that the Chinese leadership has indicated that it can afford to lose several hundred million people if necessary, say in a war.

As, perhaps, in an economic war.

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No effective right of self-defence in Canada

Monday, January 24th, 2011

“Mr. Thomson’s is the latest in a series of high-profile cases in which people have been charged after defending their homes and businesses against criminals.

“When you’re under attack, it’s not a vigilante act. Vigilantism talks about vengeance and retribution. This is about saving your life and saving your property.’”

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