Wednesday, 14 December 2022 — Yves Engler
A foreign based “settler colonial NGO” is seeking Canadian government subsidies. This week a representative of Jerusalem-based Regavim will be hosting a series of fundraisers in the Greater Toronto Area.
Though brief, the exchange between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Indonesia on November 16 has become a social media sensation. Xi, assertive if not domineering, lectured the visibly apprehensive Trudeau about the etiquette of diplomacy. This exchange can be considered another watershed moment in China’s relationship with the West.
Rosa Luxemburg popularized the dictum “Socialism or Barbarism”. Since World War I Leftists of various stripes have adopted or modified the maxim. In Haiti the struggle has been between those seeking “poverty with dignity” and oligarchic gangsterism. Unfortunately, Canada has been on the side of barbarism.
The issue of multinational terrorists has been the focus of Syria observers for a quite long time, as tens of thousands of jihadists and their wives marched to Syria to fight the “evil dictator”, bring down the “infidel regime”, and establish an Islamic state based on Sharia laws, where justice prevails for the Islamic Umma, as the radical Islamists have claimed for over a decade.
by Yves Engler
Last week the Social Media Lab at Toronto Metropolitan University’s School of Management released a report titled “The reach of Russian propaganda and disinformation in Canada”. According to lead author Anatoliy Gruzd, “the research provides evidence that the Kremlin’s disinformation is reaching more Canadians than one would expect. Left unchallenged, state-sponsored information operations can stoke societal tensions and could even undermine democracy itself.”
Author: Brian Berletic
Two recent events, both overshadowed by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, help illustrate how the same problematic aspects of Western foreign policy driving the Ukrainian conflict are hard at work in provoking conflict with yet another global power, China.
by Eva Bartlett
[I’m not sure how many Canadians visit the NDA but in the off-chance that you’re one of them, this letter is especially for you. But don’t forget that under the guise of the ‘Pandemic’, most of the ‘developed’ countries have passed and are using existing laws to create quasi-fascist states allegedly, in order to protect us. From ourselves? I’ve long said that the Virus is simply the pretext for invoking the last refuge of a capitalist – Fascism. And once more, ably abetted by assorted ‘lefties’ and of course, the ‘Liberals’ B]
Thank you Spencer Latu for writing this letter.
Friends, please consider sharing widely, & if Canadian sending the letter to your respective MP:
OTTAWA – If you were Canada’s prime minister, what would you be prepared to do to enforce Covid restrictions on large swaths of your population? No one need ask that question any longer. Now we know the answer.
On January 28 I wrote in:
[T]he U.S. is still claiming that Russia intends to attack the Ukraine any moment now. But the Ukrainian President Vlodymyr Zelensky publicly disagrees with that false evaluation. He sees no war coming and wants to avoid one as much as possible. That might mean that he has to be removed before a war can be launched.
As Zelensky is not willing to do Washington’s bidding he must be pushed out.
The Justice Centre today responded to the federal government announcement that unvaccinated Canadians will lose their right to move and travel freely within Canada, their right to leave Canada, and their right to earn a living and participate in society without discrimination.
The Justin Trudeau government has been stalling efforts by Indigenous groups to secure compensation to survivors of Canada’s discriminatory child services that has pushed Indigenous children disproportionately into foster care
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, more commonly known as HSBC. [Source: 1000logos.net]
Meng Wanzhou [Source: thestar.com]
Note before starting: Hats off to CGTN for its excellent video, “The Untold Story of Meng Wanzhou.” I referred to it extensively to expand my research.
The prosecution of telecommunications giant Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou on charges of violating U.S. sanctions policies with Iran has been very politicized from the outset and a bellwether in the decline of U.S.-Sino relations in an era of renewed cold war.
29 May 2020 — Global Research News
“About 1,200 protesters were in the small resort town near Ottawa as Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with U.S. President George W. Bush and Mexican President Felipe Calderon at a two-day summit to discuss issues under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America pact.The police admitted they were their officers.”
CEP President Dave Coles confronts men with rocks and sticks.
In the footage, three burly men with bandanas and other covers over their faces push through protesters toward a line of riot police.