“There is something clearly wrong with Canadian politics when no leader dares to censure Saudi Arabia, let alone call for sanctions against it.” Tarek Fatah, Toronto Sun, September 29, 2015.
“‘As we combat ISIS,’ he asked Stephen Harper, ‘We must realize that its ideology was financed and promoted by Saudi Arabia, and we are sending billions worth of arms to Saudi Arabia. Would it not be sensible to say that's enough, we're stopping arms sales to Saudi Arabia? Wouldn't that be logical, given our fight with ISIS?’” Gilles Duceppe quoted in a CBC News Article By Neil Macdonald, October 1, 2015.
Why is this Saudi “ally” not being sanctioned if it is reportedly funding the terrorists we are supposed to be fighting? Our so-called “leaders” here in Canada and other “world leaders” are grovelling at the dictatorial feet of this supposed “ally.” Therefore, the question that has to be asked is this: Is hypocrisy the forte of our “great leader” here in Canada and among the other world “leaders” too?
The Guardian U.K. had the headline, “To really combat terror, end support for Saudi Arabia.” The article went on to state,
“Our allies are up to their necks in complicity with terrorism, but as long as there is money to be made and weapons to sell, our rulers’ lips will remain stubbornly sealed.” Owen Jones, the Guardian, U.K. August 31, 2014.
Is hypocrisy and callousness alive and well amongst the three Canadian political “leaders” that are hoping to become Prime Minister of Canada? On the bloodthirsty slaughter of innocent children in Gaza, and the bombing of schools and hospitals, their silence on these atrocities was abominable. Which raises the question, Do we have three political monsters in Canada?
“Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and, to a lesser extent, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair have fallen in line with Stephen Harper’s support of the Israeli onslaught on Gaza. None questions the Israeli killing and maiming of hundreds of civilians, including women and children.” Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star, July 26, 2014. The Star article went on to say,
“A Montreal-based group, Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, says the three mainstream federal parties have “betrayed Canadian values.” On Tuesday, about 1,000 people protested on Parliament Hill, denouncing Harper, Trudeau and Mulcair.” Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star, July 26, 2014.
Unfortunately, if the western “democracies” run true to form nobody in any of these “humanitarian” countries will be held to account for these “war crimes.” Are those “great paragons of virtue” amongst our political and world “leaders” known for their hypocrisy, cowardice and callous disregard for human life? Some of them even financed, supported and spied for the child killers in this Gaza slaughter they call a “war.”
While pretending they cared about the slaughter their “allies” carried out on children, schools, hospitals and civilians, they still gave aid to the perpetrators. Blood money extorted from taxpayers made taxpayers partners in this “crime against humanity.”
[Dead Children of Gaza at Link Below]
I believe not only is “humanity” lacking in this Canadian Election debate, but also morals and principles as well. Human life in Canada is considered disposable and subject to killing by “choice.” Surely this qualifies as “barbaric cultural practices”? And even if these victims of choice survive the attacks on them, and are born alive, they are left to die. This infanticide is then covered up by those in power. Could we call this heinous atrocity, “The slaughter, the killings and the cover-up in Canada”?
"The Conservative government is not afraid to defend Canadian values," Kellie Leitch, conservative M.P. quoted in CBC News article, October 2, 2015.
"We need to stand up for our values" Chris Alexander conservative M.P. quoted in CBC news article, October 2, 2015
The most recent atrocities committed in Canada’s charnel houses were the 491 babies born alive after abortionists failed to kill them, but then were left to die….
The continuing loss of life in Canada’s charnel houses by abortion amounts to over 100,000 innocents slaughtered yearly. The dismembering and tearing apart of innocent lives is disguised under the banal slogan of “freedom of choice.” The word “choice” is parroted by most politicians of all political stripes, many of the so-called “investigative media” and others in society who hide behind this damnable and hellish word to justify the horrific killing of the defenseless. We are a country that is plumbing the depths of our own depravities. 491 innocent children cry out for justice. But justice is dead, murdered in Canada by those in positions of power and just like those dictatorships of China and North Korea, we have no law on abortion and the slaughter of the innocents continues in our land.
“Despotic power is always accompanied by corruption of morality.” Lord Acton
In Canada today, “Outstanding Service to Humanity” is the killing of pre-born innocents by abortion and also gets you the Order of Canada. It is beyond my comprehension how anyone would now accept this award after it was awarded into the bloodstained hands of an abortionist. I believe the Order of Canada is now tainted and an object of dishonour. Meanwhile, if you try to act honourably and bring attention to the killing of the innocents by abortion by peacefully protesting, this gets you jail time. There is something terribly obscene in our society when wrong is aided, abetted and honoured by the elites and also by a frenzied media that dares to call decent people “criminals.”
Courageous conservative MP Maurice Vellacott had this to say:
‘It's a pretty upside down world when we honour abortionists like Henry Morgentaler for killing over 5,000 babies and imprison precious women, like Mary Wagner and Linda Gibbons, who try to save babies from such savagery. They are the real heroes of humanity!’
Now Canada has graduated from killing its pre-born and the born, to advocating euthanasia, though it is called “death with dignity.” The language is debased, mangled and twisted to make killing sound “respectable.” And most of the politicians along with the Supreme Court like to parrot the words, “Canadian values.”
“History fails to record a single precedent in which nations subject to moral decay have not passed into political and economic decline. There has been either a spiritual awakening to overcome the moral lapse, or a progressive deterioration leading to ultimate national disaster.” - Douglas MacArthur
The unanimous decision handed down by The Supreme Court of Canada that the government bring in a law “legalizing” assisted killing must surely make sensible people ask the question: Have these unelected judicial dictators gone quite mad? Sadly, this kind of lunacy seems to have affected the minds of much of the media, some of whom praised this obscene decision. Other scrum-bums sitting on a weekly panel on TV where they spread their weekly “wisdom,” thought it was a compassionate and fitting decision. And hey, “the polls” were in favour of it. Some others in the media even declared it a win for the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. One wonders where in the Charter is “the right to die” declared “a right” when the Charter clearly declares a right to life. Still, one must not question the “wisdom” of the media, or the “finest legal minds” on the court.
The not-withstanding clause was inserted in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as a safeguard against judicial tyranny. Unfortunately politicians of all political stripes are terrified of using it. Therefore, I ask the question, Does Stephen Harper have the courage to use the not-withstanding clause to prevent assisted killing? So far he has not shown any fortitude to do so.
Stephen Harper was elected with high hopes for this country after the years of Liberal rule. Excuses for Harper were constantly made by his true believers, “that people must wait until he gets a majority.”
“I barely recognize ourselves, and worse I fear that we have morphed into what we once mocked.” Former Conservative MP Brent Rathgeber
Well, he got his majority and what has changed? This is a man who along with a number of other “leaders” and MPs does not even want to discuss when human life begins. Are they terrified of the truth?
“I believe very strongly that in this world you have to have values…” Stephen Harper
In conclusion, one should not be surprised that Stephen Harper and the two other “leaders” running to become Prime Minister of Canada are, I believe ethically and morally challenged. If they are afraid to take principled decisions regarding the dictatorship in Saudi Arabia, the slaughter of innocent children in Gaza by a “moral army” and “ally,” and the killings of the tiny innocents here in Canada and stand by quietly as an abortionist receives the “Order of Canada,” then I believe our country has a serious ethics and morality problem. Therefore, I ask the question, no matter who becomes Prime Minister: Do we have three political dictators in Canada?
“Without ethics, a human race falls to inhumanity. Ethics determines your real value in this world and the hereafter.” – Nazim Ambalath
Stephen J. Gray
October 4, 2015.
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