Saturday, September 8, 2012

I Am Ashamed To Be A Canadian: Canadian Government Cuts Diplomatic Ties With Iran, Claiming FALSE Iranian Terror Threat!

Today, I am truly ashamed to be a Canadian citizen.  I have always believed in growing up here in Canada that I lived in one of the most "Free" nations on the face of this planet.  But considering how much the Harper government has bent over backwards for his Jewish masters, I now know differently.

To again show how much my country, Canada, has fallen under the Jewish yoke, and now bends over backwards for the criminal and terrorist state of Israel, I want to present the following shocking article, from the Guardian online news service, at, simply entitled: "Canada Cuts Diplomatic Ties With Iran".  I want all of my readers to read this disgusting article full of lies and falsehoods coming from the Canadian government about Iran for themselves.  I have my own thoughts and comments to follow:

Canada cuts diplomatic ties with Iran

Canada closes Tehran embassy and expels Iranian diplomats over support for Syria, nuclear plans and alleged rights abuses

Canada's foreign minister John Baird announced the cutting of diplomatic ties with Iran
Foreign minister John Baird said Canada perceived Iran to be the world's biggest threat to peace and security. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images
Canada has closed its embassy in Tehran and ordered the expulsion of Iranian diplomats from Ottawa, partly because of the country's backing of the Syrian regime.
Canada's foreign affairs minister, John Baird, cited Iran's support for Bashar al-Assad, its disputed nuclear programme and continued human rights violations as reasons behind his country's decision to sever diplomatic ties with Tehran. He said the Canadian government perceived Iran to be "the most significant threat to global peace and security in the world today". "Canada has closed its embassy in Iran, effective immediately, and declared personae non gratae all remaining Iranian diplomats in Canada," Baird said.
All Canadian diplomatic staff had left Iran and Iranian diplomats in Ottawa had five days to leave the country. Canada joins its main allies, the US and the UK, as countries without diplomatic presence in Tehran.
"The Iranian regime is providing increasing military assistance to the Assad regime; it refuses to comply with UN resolutions pertaining to its nuclear programme; it routinely threatens the existence of Israel and engages in racist anti-Semitic rhetoric and incitement to genocide," Baird said in the statement published on Canada's government website for foreign affairs and international trade.
Ottawa's move comes only a week after Iran attempted to seize upon an international conference in Tehran to claim a diplomatic triumph in defiance of western-led efforts to isolate the regime. To the dismay of Iran, two of its main guests for Tehran's summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, the UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, and Egypt's president, Mohamed Morsi, embarrassed the host by making speeches unwelcome by the regime. Morsi, in particular, stunned Iran, a staunch supporter of Assad, with a plea to the world to back Syrian rebels.
Canada is an outspoken critic of Iran's human rights record and has actively pursued the effort to hold Tehran leaders accountable for their right's violations on international platforms in recent years, including through sanctions.
Baird said: "[Iran] is among the world's worst violators of human rights; and it shelters and materially supports terrorist groups, requiring the government of Canada to formally list Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism under the Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act. Moreover, the Iranian regime has shown blatant disregard for the Vienna convention and its guarantee of protection for diplomatic personnel. Under the circumstances, Canada can no longer maintain a diplomatic presence in Iran.Our diplomats serve Canada as civilians, and their safety is our number one priority."
Baird appeared to be referring to an incident last November when protesters in the Iranian capital stormed the British embassy in Tehran, ransacking offices and diplomatic residence.
Payam Akhavan, a professor of international law at McGill University in Montreal, said the recent row was the worst crisis in bilateral relations between Tehran and Ottawa for many years.
"I think the closure of Iranian embassy in Ottawa should be seen in the context of concerns by the Canadian government about the Islamic republic's recent activities in its Ottawa mission, including using it to establish wider presence in Canada through a series of ostensibly cultural activities, at universities and other institutes and infiltrating the Iranian diaspora and neutralising opposition to the regime," he said.
According to latest official figures more than 400,000 Iranians live in Canada. "There is an significant Iranian diaspora in Canada, we call Toronto, Tehranto, even many regime insiders live here but the majority consists of refugees or migrants," said Akhavan.
The Canadian embassy in Ankara, Turkey, will provide services to Canadians living in Iran in the absence of Tehran's mission. The Canadian foreign ministry has also upgraded its Iran travel advice, urging all its citizens not to travel to Iran.
"Canadians who have Iranian nationality are warned in particular that the Iranian regime does not recognise the principle of dual nationality," it said. "By doing so, Iran makes it virtually impossible for government of Canada officials to provide consular assistance to Iranian-Canadians in difficulty."
The frosty relations between the two capitals became even more restrained in 2003 when an Iranian-Canadian photographer, Zahra Kazemi, died while in jail in Iran. Iran said she died of a stroke but Canada insisted she died under torture because of a skull fracture.
A number of Iranian-Canadians are currently held behind bars in Iran, including Hamid Ghassemi-Shall who is facing execution after being convicted of espionage, a charge his family say is trumped-up.
There was no immediate reaction from Iran in response to Canada's move but Iranian state news agencies reported Baird's statement.

NTS Notes:  I have never in my life read such a disgusting display of lies and falsehoods coming from the Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister, John Baird, in all my life.  

The absolutely innocent and peaceful nation of Iran is NOT the threat that these clowns in the Canadian government falsely perceive it to be.  It absolutely does NOT have any so called "nuclear weapons program" that these idiots are parroting.  Iran has a peaceful and IAEA viewed and documented nuclear program for power generation, and is absolutely NOT building any nuclear weapons at all.

And to claim cutting relations with Iran because of Iran's support of the innocent nation of Syria is also a falsehood.  Iran has every right to assist the Assad government in Syria against the criminal NATO supported invasion by so called "rebels" according to their mutual defense pact with Syria.  Again, we see total lies coming out of the Canadian government.

And rights abuses?  Nobody mentions the fact that the Canadians were part of the evil attack and invasion of Libya last year that destroyed that innocent nation, and brought horrific rights abuses to the Libyan people thanks to the NATO supported so called "rebels" there.... What hypocrisy indeed...

What is missing in all of this is of course the evil and sick nation of Israel with its 350+ nuclear weapons, and the capability of striking major nations around the planet, including Canada itself.  I do not see these absolutely vile Canadian officials bring that fact to light anywhere here, but instead are obeying their Jewish masters in vilifying Iran instead.

This is a huge mistake by the Canadian government, and shows again exactly who is in control of this country.  Maybe it is time for Canadians to finally wake up and see that our country is not our own, but is totally owned by evil Jewish interests....

More to come


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Baird & Kenney's Jack Booted Thugs are on the prowl!