Wednesday, August 20, 2014

In Canada We're All Nazi-lovers Now

Stephen Harper has made no secret of his complete devotion to the genocidal, Russophobic neo-Nazi-backed Kiev junta and has incurred huge costs to Canada as a consequence: two hundred and twenty million dollars in cash; sanctions on Russian firms prompting retaliatory Russian sanctions costing Canadian pork producers alone the loss of over half a billion dollars in sales; millions for the supply of "non-kinetic" military aid to the genocidists of Kiev, plus the cost of sending Canadian armed forces personnel and fighter jets to Romania  and Poland.

Neo-Nazis of the Ukrainian Azov battalion. Source
Canada's Liberal Party is just as fervent in support of Ukraine's Russophobic Nazis. As Ukrainian-Canadian liberal MP Chrystia Freeland told the Globe and Mail “it’s really important for me personally as a Ukrainian-Canadian” that Canada take "a very strong line in support of Ukraine" and she added, “for us as a party, we think Canada is stronger in supporting Ukraine if we don’t play politics with this issue," which is to say Liberals are right there with Stephen Harper in support of the Banderites marching off to kill Ukrainian citizens of Russian ethnicity in East Ukraine under the wolfsangel banner as deployed by German Nazis during WWII.

With Justin Trudeau, it appears to be a case of like father like son, for there seems to have been no dictator that père, Pierre Trudeau, did not like. Fidel Castro he loved, Mao Tse Tung he adulated, and during WWII he so admired Hitler that he rode a motorcycle around Montreal wearing a helmet decorated with a swastika.

As for the NDP, Canada's official opposition party, does anyone have the slightest idea what leader Thomas Mulcair thinks about the war in Ukraine, Canadian sanctions on Russia, Canadian war planes in Romania, troops in Poland and with "non-kinetic" military aid to the Nazi-backed Kiev junta? Certainly a Google search reveals nothing.

Even Green Party leader Elizabeth May has had nothing to say about the war in Ukraine, which suggests that we can say that, in Canada, we're all Nazi-lovers now.

Related:

The Saker:

Situation report, August 26
... Partisan activities are increasing in frequency and force in the Kharkov and Slavyansk areas to the point Kharkov is building defenses facing Novorossiya. Of particular interest was the capture two weeks ago of an entire Kamaz load of Javelin antitank missiles. These missiles were offloaded from the 'Canadian' air force planes that brought 'non lethal' aid to the Uke army according to eye witnesses. The Javelin is not listed in the TOE (Table of Organization and Equipment) of the armed forces of Canada, although I have few doubts that that oversight will be rectified within minutes of this report being read in The West.

...Every day and every night the bombardment [of Novorossiya] continues. Civilian areas are mainly the targets. The destruction has been carefully planned and executed. The damage is in the many billions of euros and will take years to repair. The loss of life and injuries to the innocent civilians well exceeds 5,000 since the beginning of the war in April. The time for negotiations with Ukeland are long gone. The war will end when every single occupier of Novorossiya land from Ukeland is either ejected, in a POW camp or dead.

U-Tube (Via the Saker):
The Defence Ilovaisk – Report by Ikorpus – ENG SUBS

2 comments:

  1. GAZERNICA
    This single picture and caption sums up the Palestinian Holocaust:
    http://defyingsilence.blogspot.com/2014/08/gazernica.html

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  2. Would Mr. Harper and Ms. Freeland also support taking the vote away from Canadians who speak French? Would they support military action to exterminate French speakers in Canada for the simple reason that they don't want to be governed by people who don't represent them?

    I know that sounds ridiculous, but that is what's happening in Ukraine right now.

    Think about this;

    1. Eastern Ukrainians are being attacked and killed with weapons their own taxes paid for,
    2. Eastern Ukrainians will not be offered a chance to vote in the upcoming elections (just like the last one) - not even an opportunity to mail their vote in if it's too dangerous to have voting booths,
    3. Eastern Ukrainians will be allowed to have candidates up for election who can represent their interests in government.

    What would you do if Canada did this to you?

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