Saturday, June 19, 2010

Canada Is Zionist Jewish Occupied Territory: Canada Is Israel's New Defender (!)

When the Gaza flotilla massacre occurred on May 31st, 2010, I really expected the Zionist Jewish shill slave Stephen Harper, to at least do the decent thing and actually condemn the killing of innocent Humanitarian workers in International Waters by the criminal Israelis. Was I ever wrong.
The Canadian government has stayed strangely silent on the entire issue, and the Zionist Jewish controlled Canadian media just like the Zionist Jewish controlled US media has put up few articles on the entire massacre, and in fact has avoided any articles that would "harm" their cherished state of Israel's image in the eyes of Canadians.

Now comes a great article out of the UK from, written by Jesse Rosenfeld, that paints a true picture of Canada as nothing more than another Zionist Jewish occupied state. The article is entitled: "Canada: Israel's New Defender" and I am enclosing the entire article here for my own readers to view:

Canada: Israel's new defender

Muted support for Palestine, funding cuts for Arab groups, now a ban on the phrase 'Israeli apartheid': what's going on in Canada?

At a time when many countries are becoming more critical of Israel's policies, Canada seems to be moving in the opposite direction. A general reluctance to engage in open debate about the Palestinian issue is exacerbated by pro-Israel groups' efforts to shut down discussion and the federal government's unprecedented penchant for defending Israeli actions.

Since the beginning of 2010, the federal government has systematically cut funding to Arab-Canadian organisations and to UN relief works in Gaza. In March, the Ontario provincial legislature issued a unanimous condemnation of Israeli Apartheid Week, while the federal government considered introducing a similar motion.

However, self-censorship reached new heights last month when Toronto's Pride Committee – which organises one of the world's largest gay pride celebrations – announced it would be banning use of the term "Israeli apartheid" at the festivities.

Pride week in Toronto is a loud and highly visible public event, with a long tradition of activists linking their own campaigns for sexual rights to other struggles for liberation and social justice; however, this year the organisers caved in to pressure from pro-Israel groups and Toronto city council.

The main effect of the decision is to bar one group in particular – Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA) – who have marched in the parade since 2008.

The reason given is that the phrase "Israeli apartheid" violates Toronto's anti-discrimination policy. But when asked, neither Pride Toronto nor Giorgio Mammoliti – the Toronto city councillor mainly involved – could explain in detail what was discriminatory about describing Israel's privileging of its Jewish citizens over others as a form or racism and apartheid.

"It's absolutely bizarre the way they are trying to use the language around diversity and inclusiveness to exclude people," QuAIA activist Tim McCaskell told me. "It was so 1984."

Accompanying the onset of a Canadian McCarthyism dressed up as anti-discrimination, the mainstream left in Canada has been unwilling to take a clear political and moral stance on Palestine. Instead it has sought the approach of least resistance, trying to appease rather than take a stand against the silencing of Palestinian voices in Canada and Israel.

Writing in NOW Magazine, a progressive Toronto weekly newspaper, news editor Ellie Kirzner contended that Palestinians and their supporters should simply drop the term "apartheid". "It's a vulnerability the movement doesn't need," she wrote.

McCaskell, on the other hand, says QuAIA is bringing the fight against Israeli apartheid to pride because that is what Palestinian LGBT organisations have requested, and because Israel tries to present itself as queer-tolerant in an attempt to distract from its ill-treatment of Palestinians.

The two Palestinian LGBT groups, Aswat and al-Qaws (both based in Israel), issued a joint statement saying: "Pride parades started as political marches, and we firmly believe that solidarity should be with human rights first and foremost." They continued:

We believe that as queers, one of the most disadvantaged and oppressed minorities in human societies, we should protest against all forms of oppression and struggle together to promote the rights of minorities and oppressed groups. As Palestinian queers, our struggle relates to social injustices caused by the discrimination that is deeply rooted in Israel's policies and practices against the Palestinian people, straight and gay alike ...
Over the past decades, Pride parades around the world have been a platform for queers, not only to increase public awareness for [LGBT] rights, but also a platform to promote and defend causes like the feminist struggle, and the fight to end apartheid in South Africa.

Trying to smother this debate in relation to Israel at Toronto pride could easily backfire, according to Ayala Shani, a queer activist with theBoycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign. She points out that banning a term will only multiply its use and adds: "We are expecting to see 'Israeli apartheid' written and spoken all over pride parades around the world, including a parade in Tel Aviv."

However, with the Canadian mainstream left dodging defence of Palestinians and the country at large continuing its polite silence on the Middle East, Toronto's establishment may be taking more pride in silencing discussion of Israeli apartheid than even Tel Aviv.

NTS Notes: I am truly sickened by the idea that this once proud and free nation of mine has fallen under the Zionist Jewish yoke, and it is doing exactly what the US is doing; Kissing Israel's butt!

It must be noted that I am in no way a supporter of any Gay/Lesbian organization in Canada. Their part in this article is used as an example of the Zionist Jewish control in Canada, by focusing on the sudden ban of the term "Israeli Apartheid", which is a clear violation of freedom of speech and liberty. It is an example of how the criminals are trying to muzzle the usage of any anti-Israeli slogans or placards, under their BS "anti-discrimination" laws.

Sadly, most Canadians are not even aware of how much their own country has fallen into enslavement to Zionist Jewish interests. That is why it is important for this article to be sent around to other Canadians so that they can be aware of this nightmare and take a stand against these criminals.

As I stated before; I am truly waiting for the day that Canada is freed from this criminal control, and this nation again stands up for the rights of oppressed people around the world. I am still waiting...

More to come


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think it's a strong possibility that the local Pride movement in Toronto if not the whole LGBT organization is heavily funded by Isreal. This is noted by the recent overwhelming support of the recent activities of San Fransisco. This abomination is encouraged by zionists to help demoralize and dabase society in keeping with their agenda. As a Canadian in Alberta I too am sickened that this is tolerated in Canada but as a large country with many voices that are unaware of this whole circus and the word needs to spread before this great country get numbed into submissive pacifism where everything is relative and there is no standard for truth and we accept ourselves right into the gates of hell with smiling faces.