Canada’s Israel-Firster Foreign Minister, John Baird, severed diplomatic relations with Tehran last September, cutting of all contacts between the Iranians and Ottawa. Simultaneous, however, Baird established a team of Zionists at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade to engage directly with anti-Islamist Iranian diaspora.
On May 10-11, 2013, the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, held a conference of the “like-minded” Canadian-Iranian leaders to bash Iranian government on behalf of the Zionist entity. The conference was presided-over by Munk School founding director, Dr. Janice Gross Stein, a Zionist Jew, who in 2012 received an honorary doctorate of philiosophy from Israel’s Hebrew University.
John Baird was the key-speaker at the conference. “For those of you inside Iran right now, listening from somewhere safe – where the regime cannot suppress your curiosity – where it cannot control your conscience, or profit from your oppression – I want you to know that Canada stands with you,” ranted Baird.
Professor John Mundy (University of Ottawa), was Canada’s last ambassador in Tehran (2007). He was expelled by Iranian President Dr. Ahmadinejad after Stephen Harper’s Zionist government kept bashing Iran in support of Israel. Ahmadinejad also down-graded diplomatic relations with Ottawa. On May 21, John Mundy, exposed John Baird’s anti-Iran propaganda by accusing FM of the driving force behind Ottawa’s anti-Iran policy.
The Munk School of Global Affairs is named after Hungarian-born Jewish billionaire, Peter Munk (born 1927), who pledged to donate $35 million to University of Toronto over a period of time in 2010. Peter Munk is Founder-Chairman of multinational mining giant Barrick Gold Corp. Munk is worth cool $7.8 billion. Barrick has mining operations in Chile, Argentina, Domincan Republic and Nevada.
Some bad news for John Baird – USrael’s favorite candidate in the next month Presidential election, former president Ayatullah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani (1989-97) along with Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei (supported by President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) has been disqualified by the powerful Guardian Council of Islamic Revolution, which has allowed 8 applicants to run for the election.
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