Encore une fois
Après le B'Nai Brith, maintenant c'est le Congrès Juif qui lui donnent un prix "humanitaire".
(Passez le sac à vomi! Accès à l'information - Un F pour le gouvernement Harper )
Une organisation qui donne un prix "humanitaire" à Harper... Ça laisse songeur.
Juste ça, ça nous montre à quel genre d'organisation on a a affaire...
Aussi crédible que la mafia qui se présenterait comme modèle de moralité et d'humanisme.
Harper assimile l'attentat de Mumbai à un acte antisémite (13 mars 2009)
Discours du Premier ministre Harper rendant hommage aux victimes des attaques terroristes de Mumbai devant les Chabad Loubavitch (12 mars 2009)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper holds a prayer book given to him by Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, left, during the grand opening of the Ernest Manson Lubavitch Centre in Thornhill, Ontario on Thursday, (March 26, 2009)
PMO hires 2 former White House staff to boost Canada's profile in U.S. Mike McCurry — who served as press secretary to former U.S. president Bill Clinton — and Ari Fleischer [NEOCON JEW], who held the same role under former president George W. Bush, have been hired to boost Canada's profile in the U.S., said Kory Teneycke, the communications director for the PMO. (April 16, 2009)
Justice : Harper veut permettre aux victimes de poursuivre les terroristes L'avocat de Toronto Aaron Blumenfeld, qui oeuvre au sein de la Canadian Coalition Against Terror, a affirmé que les familles des victimes canadiennes d'attaques terroristes réclament depuis longtemps une telle loi.(...) Le chef du NPD, Jack Layton, et le vice-premier ministre d'Israel, Silvan Shalom, figuraient aussi parmi les invités de la 29e Assemblée plénière du Congrès juif canadien. (31 mai 2009)
Canadian Jewish Congress to give Prime Minister Stephen Harper a human-rights award This is Harper's third major award from a Jewish organization in less than a year. Last June, Harper was awarded the B’nai Brith International President’s Gold Medallion. B'nai Brith said it was in recognition of Canada's efforts to fight discrimination and uphold human rights in Canada and around the world. Harper was the first Canadian to win this prize. Last December, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations presented Harper with its first-ever International Leadership Award. (31 mai 2009)
Prime Minister Harper Receives Saul Hayes Human Rights Award / Le Premier ministre Harper reçoit le prix Saul-Hayes des droits de la personne (31 mai 2009)
PM Pledges Law to Let Terror Victims Sue Victims of terrorism could soon have the right to sue anyone who commits a terrorist act or anyone who funds terrorism, Prime Minister Stephen Harper told members of the Canadian Jewish Congress Sunday. (May 31, 2009)
Canada to allow terror trials PM Harper says proposed bill to permit lawsuits against terror groups, acts of anti-Semitism (June 1, 2009)
Ottawa to spend $1M on Holocaust education Creation of task force marks 70th anniversary of Canada’s rejection of Jewish refugees (June 1, 2009)
B'nai Brith Canada applauds Government anti-terrorism initiative (June 2, 2009)
Le ministre de la Sécurité publique annonce le dépôt d'un nouveau projet de loi visant à permettre aux victimes d'actes terroristes d'intenter des poursuites contre les auteurs de ces actes......et ceux qui les soutiennent "Le sénateur David Tkachuk (AGENT SIONISTE) est un grand défenseur des victimes d'actes terroristes. En déposant ce projet de loi aujourd'hui, je lui rends hommage pour les efforts qu'il a déployé à cet égard", a ajouté le ministre Van Loan.(2 juin 2009)
Une loi pour poursuivre les terroristes Dimanche, à Toronto, à l'occasion d'une rencontre du Congrès juif canadien, le premier ministre Harper a affirmé que cette loi enverrait un message clair aux terroristes et à leurs commanditaires: le Canada les tient juridiquement responsables de leurs actes. (2 juin 2009)
Terrorisme: milliards fictifs pour les victimes Ottawa a copié une loi américaine inéquitable et difficilement applicable (3 juin 2009)
Paraît qu'il y a des hordes d'avocats (français notamment) et des tonnes de poursuites déposées (surtout américaines) qui attendaient juste ça!
Harper appuierait une attaque préventive israélienne contre l'Iran
Ça aura valu la peine!
Harper et son combat contre l'antisémitisme
Berner le système immunitaire des Québécois
Le Congrès Juif Mondial
Harper took the opportunity to announce new laws that will allow terrorism victims to sue their perpetrators for financial compensation… hmmm could be interesting… nothing about meeting with the Americans to relax the ridiculous border restrictions(Change.. that’s another one of those words like ‘free’ trade), but he’s willing to defend a group of thieves halfway around the world.
Harper’s Chabad Lubovitch friends agree, we must be steadfast in support of Isr-el, no matter what.
J-wish foot-licker Ignatieff on the Gaza slaughter: “I was proud to stand with Israel, my party was proud to stand with Israel, during that hour of trial.”
Ignatieff : “I was proud to stand with Israel, my party was proud to stand with Israel, during that hour of trial.”
“I was proud to stand with Israel, my party was proud to stand with Israel, during that hour of trial.”
Layton: Stronger ties with the “Jewish Community”Layton Wants “Stronger Ties” With Zionist Powerbrokers
TORONTO - NDP Leader Jack Layton is making a pitch for stronger ties between his party and the Jewish community ahead of an award ceremony for Stephen Harper.This one says it all(emphasis, image, and comments in red are mine):
The Canadian Jewish Congress is to give the prime minister the Saul Hayes Human Rights Award at an event in Toronto. The award is given to an individual who has rendered distinguished service to the cause of human rights.
The CJC says Harper is getting the award for several reasons including his vigorous condemnation of anti-Semitism and his steadfast support for Israel.
Speaking before Harper, Layton said the CJC shares the New Democrats’ values when it comes to fighting poverty, discrimination, and advocating for the rights of First Nations.
Stephen Harper also hopped over to the Simon Wiesenthal(the famous fiction author) event to grab another gratuitous ‘prestigious’ reward for his treachery against Canadians and betrayal of all human values in serving the powerful proponents of the terrorist state of Isr-el.
Have you hugged a Jew today?
Couldn’t hurt, on any day, given some worrisome trends in Canada – though less here than in Europe – to demonize both Jews and Israel, particularly via the rubric of anti-Zionism, which anybody with half a brain recognizes for what it is: The same old anti-Semitism tarted up in sleazy pedantic finery.
[this J-w, or Shabbat Goi reporter, needs to set the stage with Isr-el and predatory J-wry as a beleagured victim, and characterizes all anti-Zionism as anti-semitism... of course she would. This serves as a reminder, it is not just the National Post that is full of Zionist hate propaganda against defiant Goyim, the Sayanim(J-wish helpers of Isr-el) are all over Canada's media].
But yesterday, at the Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda synagogue in North York, the most astonishing thing happened. Leaders of Canada’s political parties got all gushy and goopy, practically falling over one another to show they love Jews – and Israel – best.[yeah soooo astonishing... never saw that comeing! Never seen politicians genuflect in the direction of the terrorstate!]
How gratifying this must have been for those assembled, and a wider constituency that has found itself besieged anew, bewildered and alarmed by the increasing brazenness of Jew-bashing in this country, a toxic debate that finds fertile soil in the political sludge of the Middle East.[yep the toxic Zionists have found fertile soil in Masonic, corrupt, child-molestor infested Canada]
There was Prime Minister Stephen Harper using the occasion to announce a new bill that would allow victims to sue perpetrators and sponsors of terrorism – whether individuals, organizations or foreign states – through Canadian courts, civilly.[except for victims of the terrorist state of Israhell]
And there was Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff, sounding rather ticked that the Tories had thus pre-empted a private member’s bill on that very issue, which justice critic Irwin Cotler had planned to introduce in the Commons.
Jack Layton had no such bill in his back pocket – perhaps left it in his other pants – but was adamant that New Democrats stood four-square with the Canadian Jewish Congress as human-rights advocates, whilst denying that new-wave anti-Semitism is a phenomenon of the modern left.[he's going right with their script-book, instead of exposing the fact that the label "anti-Semite" isn't for people who don't like J-ws, it is for people the J-ws don't like]
The Green party’s Elizabeth May extolled Israel as “an exemplar of democracy” in the Middle East, while claiming violence in the region is fuelled by “petro-dollars to petro-dictators.” [the shabbaz Green was well-trained too!] The Bloc called in sick and was excused. [Duceppe for PM!]
Of course, this was the 29th plenary assembly of the CJC and none of the invited speakers would dare wrangle with their hosts on the details. But beyond the core consensus of a two-state solution in the Middle East, it’s always the details that kibosh any proposals for ending the Palestinian conflict, securing Israel’s security, or civilizing the discussion.
Harper was there to accept the prestigious Saul Hayes Human Rights award, named for a former CJC executive director, the first time it’s been given to a sitting PM. The standing ovation lasted for several minutes. While traditionally tilting Liberal, many Canadian Jews now embrace Harper as Israel’s staunchest defender.
“I am troubled, very troubled, by the degree in which opposition to the government of Israel has become, in some circles, an intellectual cover for anti-Semitic discourse,” Harper said, to rousing cheers.
“It is all too common nowadays for people to claim to support Israel and the Jewish people. Yet when Israel is attacked for the umpteenth time, because its enemies refuse to accept the right of the Jewish state to exist, these same people are quick to condemn Israel and accuse it of war crimes and to demand that it unilaterally suspend its right to self-defence.
“You will not hear that kind of double-talk from our government – ever.”
While certainly not all Jewish Canadians support Israel’s conduct, the Harper government has been widely praised for being among the first to cut aid to the Palestians following the election of terrorist-designated Hamas, withdraw from Durban II and refuse to sign a francophone nation summit anti-Israel resolution.
Ignatieff yesterday conceded no ground to Harper’s Tories on steadfastness with Israel.
First he teed off on Iran, “a dreadful regime that uses a great religion and then poisons the wellspring of generosity in that great religion with statements inspired by hatred. This is a state seeking weapons of mass destruction. This is a member of the UN denying another member of the UN the right to exist. Canada cannot be silent when one state denies another state their right to exist. Canada cannot be silent when a president of a state denies the Holocaust. And we cannot be in the room when the president of a state engages in vicious lies. Denial of the Holocaust is an unacceptable moral disgrace.”[Right with the Zionist playbook again, and no surprize]
Ignatieff reminded that his father was a Canadian diplomat who served on the UN committee that recommended partitioning Palestine – “a plan accepted by Jews, but rejected by the Arab world. Too much violence has followed.”
Five months ago, Ignatieff drew intense criticism for refusing to assail Israel’s protracted military assault on Gaza, in response to incessant rocketing of Israeli towns. “I was proud to stand with Israel, my party was proud to stand with Israel, during that hour of trial.” [Wow, Ignatieff you say all the right things... to out yourself as a pawn of homicidal maniacs who killed far more civilians than 'combatants, many of them documented as being deliberate. You really are scum]
As an elected politician, Ignatieff added, he is required to represent and listen to all factions. “But it does not mean agreeing with everyone and there are some lines I cannot cross. I cannot be neutral between a member of the UN and a terrorist organization. I cannot be neutral between democracy and terror. I cannot be neutral with historical facts. I cannot meet groups or appear on platforms with groups that have links or connections to terror.
“I cannot say one thing in a synagogue and another in a mosque.”
But Ignatieff, sensing electoral drifts ahead, warned against exploitation of solidarity with Israel as a partisan political wedge.
“It is reckless, reckless, for leaders to try to score points by branding one another as anti-Israel, to try to claim votes by claiming a monopoly on support for Israel. The true interests of Israel will not be served if Israel becomes a domestic political football in this country.”
Sounded a lot like third-and-long yesterday, though.
Rosie DiManno usually appears Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
This is really weird, because none of the media mentioned this. Check out who the guest speakers were, Chertoff and Howard.
ATTN: News/Assignment/Arts/Community EditorsWhy wasn’t this picked up by the media? Two J-wish awards in one day, is that pushing it?
On Sunday, 2,200 people will gather at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall in the spirit of hope, solidarity and tolerance. The Spirit of Hope Benefit, created by Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center, features international keynote speakers who will discuss contemporary issues including: the financial crisis; President Obama’s version of change; Iran’s nuclear and regional ambitions; instability in Pakistan; and the possibilities of peace in the Middle East.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be onsite to receive the prestigious Simon Wiesenthal International Leadership Award. In receiving the award, the Prime Minister follows in the footsteps of accomplished world leaders including President Ronald Reagan, Senator Ted Kennedy, the Dalai Lama and King Hussein of Jordan. The award is bestowed to leaders who best exemplify the values and actions of the late Simon Wiesenthal in the pursuit of justice and human rights.
What: Spirit of Hope Benefit NOTE: limited interview opportunities When: Sunday, May 31, 2009 Patron's Reception: 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Doors open: 7 p.m. Main Presentation: 7:30 p.m. Where: Roy Thomson Hall 60 Simcoe Street Award Presentation: Prime Minister of Canada, The Right Honourable Stephen Harper, to accept the Simon Wiesenthal International Leadership Award Guest Speakers: Rabbi Marvin Hier, Dean and Founder, Simon Wiesenthal Center Silvan Shalom, Israel's Vice-Prime Minister Secretary Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security, 2005-2009 The Honourable John W. Howard, Prime Minister of Australia, 1996-2007 Ambassador John Bolton, America's Permanent Representative to the UN Performances by: RyanDan, Canadian musical duo whose music is a mix of pop, opera and classical
PM receives the Simon Wiesenthal International Leadership Award
Continues to fight against anti-Semitism on the world stage31 May 2009TORONTO
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today received the prestigious Simon Wiesenthal International Leadership award. The award is bestowed on leaders who best exemplify the values and actions of the late Simon Wiesenthal in the pursuit of justice and human rights.
“I am particularly humbled since this organization’s namesake, Simon Wiesenthal, was a man whose commitment to the principles of freedom, justice and human rights is world-renowned,” said the Prime Minister. “We are inspired by his example and recommit ourselves to expose, confront and repudiate the evils of anti-Semitism and hatred, whenever and wherever they appear.”
The Harper Government has been firm in defending human rights and fighting anti-Semitism since taking office three years ago. When the United Nations Durban Review Conference turned into a forum for the promotion of hatred, Canada was the first country to withdraw. When Hamas formed the government of the Palestinian Authority and refused to drop its commitment to the eradication of the State of Israel and its people, Canada was the first country to suspend ties with and assistance to its government.
The Harper Government also supports the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research and partnered with Winnipeg’s Asper family, the province of Manitoba, the city of Winnipeg and thousands of private donors to build the Canadian Museum of Human Rights.
The Prime Minister received the award and made his remarks during the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Centre’s Spirit of Hope Benefit at the Roy Thompson Hall.
And right on the heels of all this love, another gift to the “Jewish Community”.
Update(via Heidi Lore’s Musings)
*This is about as constructive as the Government Motors debacle.*
Update(via Heidi Lore’s Musings)
*This is about as constructive as the Government Motors debacle.*
Ottawa to spend $1M on Holocaust education TheStar.com - Canada - Ottawa to spend $1M on Holocaust educationCreation of task force marks 70th anniversary of Canada’s rejection of Jewish refugeesJune 01, 2009Canada will contribute nearly $1 million to create a three-year national task force to study and educate Canadians about the Holocaust.
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced the task force in Toronto this morning at the start of a conference on the Holocaust that marks the 70th anniversary of Canada’s refusal to let hundreds of Jewish refugees aboard the St. Louis from Hamburg, Germany dock in Canada. The ship was forced to return to Europe and the refugees dispersed to various countries. Many would not survive World War II.
Kenney “has broken the traditional Canadian mould” to be an unwavering friend and ally to the Jewish cause, Frank Dimant, executive vice-president of B’nai Brith Canada said in introducing the minister. The timing of the task force and conference are critical, Dimant said, as “Canadian universities have become a hotbed of anti-Semitism in the guide of anti-Zionism.”
He particularly commended Kenney and the Conservative government for its decision to boycott the recent Durban conference to review the results of the 2001 World Conference Against Racism, which Kenney said “degenerated into open and divisive expressions of intolerance and anti-Semitism.”
The work of the task force applies not just to the Holocaust, said Kenney, but also to the hatred behind the attacks on mosques in Canada. Education is a strong component of the task force, which will lead research and publish a teacher’s manual, a textbook for high school students and a documentary for teachers to use.
“It’s all about fairness to them,” said a Grade 7 teacher from Manitoba who teaches the Holocaust to her students. “Once (students) understand the exclusion of it, they can’t get enough of the story.”
A small group of supporters of the American war resisters in Canada picketed outside the Sutton Place Hotel where Kenney was speaking. Former U.S. soldier Kimberly Rivera has been living in Toronto with her family for two years fighting deportation to the United States. Her three months in Iraq, she said this morning, made her realize “It was wrong for me. Every person, no matter what they wear or what they believe deserves to be treated the same.” Rivera’s next court hearing is July 8.