Five items in total…
“We are very concerned that Canadian doctor and humanitarian worker Tarek Loubani was shot yesterday in Gaza… Canada is very deeply saddened and deplores the violence that has occurred in the Gaza Strip… It is appalling and inexcusable that civilians, members of the media, first responders and children have been among the victims.” – Adam Austen, a spokesperson for Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, quoted by Fatima Syed in “Ontario doctor shot while aiding Palestinians in Gaza” – Toronto Star, May 15th, 2018. (This is a very revealing article, you can read it here.)
“The national government has a hard time knowing whether or not specific policies will be followed in the field…. Such behavior is indicative of an army that is not well disciplined and not a completely reliably instrument of state policy. In my travels in the West Bank, it has been noticeable that the behavior towards Palestinian civilians of IDF troops at roadblocks is reminiscent of that of any group of post-adolescents given guns and allowed to bully the helpless in order to look tough for each other.” – W. Patrick Lang, “Israel’s juvenile ground army” – The Unz Review, May 3rd, 2018.
“Do you remember the 2017 Israeli decision to round up all the Blacks in that country and deport them? At first, the Blacks were going to be deported to Uganda, regardless of which country they’d come from. Later, the Jews had a different idea; instead of deporting the Black immigrants to Africa, they’d dump them on White countries: America and Europe… it might be of interest that Benjamin Netanyahu referred to Blacks in Israel as ‘infiltrators.’ Not migrants. Not immigrants. But ‘infiltrators’.” – David Sims, “Israel: One way or another, Jews will deport Blacks” – National Vanguard, May 9th, 2018.
“…Justin Trudeau decided to boycott the ceremony that honoured the opening of the new U.S embassy in Jerusalem… Canadians who love Israel can only hope that the Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer can pull off a win in 2019.” – The Geller Report, “Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau instructed the Canadian ambassador to Israel to boycott the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem” – May 14th, 2018.
“Supporters of the Bill of Rights have been universally opposed to the bill, but pro-Israel groups have praised the initiative and are expecting a ‘new wave’ of legislation all across the United States blocking any criticism of the self-described Jewish State… Other states will undoubtedly follow the South Carolina lead, so it would appear that any criticism of Israel will become illegal in the public square if the many friends of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have their way. And they generally do get what they want from the federal level all the way down to the states and local communities, so be prepared.” – Philip Giraldi, “Protecting Israel is their full-time job” – The Unz Review, May 8th, 2018.