Oppose the Killing
news.xinhuanet.com, Thousands in Canada protest Israel’s Gaza assault (http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-01/04/content_10600533.htm), Jan. 3 ‘09. Quote: ““We’re calling on the Canadian government to ask for an immediate ceasefire and resume humanitarian aid,” Diana Ralph, one of the organizers from the Independent Jewish Voices, told reporters.”
iht.com, Where’d the bailout money go? Shhhh, it’s a secret, by Associated Press, Dec. 22 ‘08.
Preparations for Supposed Flu Pandemic
borsaitaliana.it, Glaxo Prepares Work Force For Worst-Case Flu Scenario (http://www.borsaitaliana.it/bitApp/news.bit?target=NewsViewer&id=540257&lang=en), by Peter Loftus of Dow Jones Newswires, Dec. 23 ‘08.
dailymail.co.uk, ‘Killer’ Australian flu strain set to spread across UK, experts warn, by Daily Mail Reporter, Dec. 29 ‘08.
reuters.com, Researchers unlock secrets of 1918 flu pandemic, Dec. 29 ‘08.
archives.cbc.ca, Influenza: Battling The Last Great Virus, “Unearthing a deadly mystery”, Broadcast Date: March 21, 1997. Interview with U.S. Army pathologist who “isolated the first known sample of the notorious 1918 virus”.
January 5th, 2009
Comments for Canadian Liberty Big Picture – Tracking Tyranny
January 5th, 2009 at 6:14 am
That the Canadian government should stop supporting Israel is fine but I don’t see why it should “resume humanitarian aid”. Quite the opposite; Gaza needs to be left alone so that free-market capitalism can take root over there. People over there have plenty of non-government resources to thrive as soon as government people get out of the way. Government’s humanitarian aids are seeds for deeper troubles. Diplomacy is a white-glove name for international corruption and/or war and should absolutely be rejected.
The Independent Jewish Voices appears to be one of those groups that use government’s victims to grow government. Does not make any sense to me. Those government lovers will never learn and always support policies that make things worse. They should be rejected. Being somewhat right on denouncing Israel does not make them respectable nor acceptable.
The Canadian government should be 100% isolationist as far as foreign policy is concerned; I am advocating no foreign policy at all; empty seat at the United Corrupt Nations. Fire all those cocktail-champagne-drinker diplomats. Regulate all those offensive Canadian soldiers so that they cannot harm anyone. And shut down the Bank of Canada so that free money to fund wars and diplomacy dries out.
January 6th, 2009 at 7:21 am
Ron Paul making a fundamental distinction between a political opinion and a personal option [on the Gaza strip issue].
Interesting also how the Iranian media is so happy to feature Paul’s desire to stop support for Israel but pretty much misses the point that Paul just does not want the US to be involved at all. At least they broadcast Ron Paul’s brilliant position that he does not even support cease fire because that would be tantamount to “directing people what to do”.
I guess if Ron Paul would have just said “let them kill each other if this is what they want”, he would probably not have been on that channel.