In his recently published book Rouge in Power: Why Stephen Harper is Remaking Canada by Stealth Professor Christian Nadeau speaks of “Canada being seen as one of the main allies of the Zionist cause”.

Like radical Zionist Rupert Murdoch, Canada has media mughals like Conrad Black and Israel Asper (late owner of Manitoba-based Can-West, which was purchased in 2009 by National Post CEO Paul Godfrey, also Jewish). The National Post is the most Islam-bashing mainstream media outlet in Canada. Jonathan Kay is National Post’s Comments Pages Editor. He is ‘Fellow’ at one of Ziocons’ most influential think tank, ‘Foundation For the Defense of Democracies’, which campaign pro-Israel regime changes in the Muslim world in the name of ‘democracy’. In 2007, Kay co-authored a book with former Mossad officer Michael Ross, entitled The Volunteer: A Canadian’s Secret Life in the Mossad. In the book both Zionists without providing any rational proof – rant that 9/11 was carried out by Muslims who hate the western values. Both Ziocons also claimed that the West has awaken to the threat ‘political Islam’ poses to it. Incidently, a poll taken among 15 EU member countries – 59% of the 7,500 European participated in the poll – chose Israel to be the greatest threat to world peace (Guardian, November 2, 2003).

In 2008, Michael Ross wrote an article in the National Post, entitled ‘Canadian Jews should worry less about neo-Nazis and more about Islamic fundamentalism’.

In July 2010 – Jesse Mclaren wrote an article in Ryerson Free Press, entitled ‘Stop Israel’s terror – and Harper’s complicity’, saying:

In 2006, Harper made Canada the first country in the world to cut humanitarian aid to Gaza’s democratically elected government. Harper defended Israeli war crimes in Lebanon by calling them “a measured response”, and was silent on Israeli massacres in Gaza. Now, while Israeli forces were murdering civilians on the international aid convoy, Harper was welcoming Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. This support for Israeli war crimes is part of Harper’s broader support for Canadian and US imperialism, which includes extending the mission in Afghanistan and deporting U.S. Iraq War resisters to jail in the U.S.

Harper’s attacks abroad have paralleled attacks at home, on anyone speaking out for Palestinian human rights. His government cut all funding to the Canadian Arab Federation, Christian human rights organization KAIROS, and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. While Islamophobic Ann Coulter was allowed into the country, the government delayed the visa for Palestinian MP Dr. Mustafa Barghouti and banned British anti-war MP George Galloway. Meanwhile, both provincial and federal Tories have put forward motions condemning the student-led Israeli Apartheid Week, an event started in Toronto that has mushroomed to involve 60 cities around the world.

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