Ukraine hypocrisy in Canadian Parliament

To all Members of the Canadian House of Commons except one.

Some of you were not around the house a few years ago I grant, but your parties were, and as members of those parties you should all be included in this following statement.

You should every one of you, except Ms. May, look yourselves in the mirror and see the face of hypocrisy staring back at you concerning your actions, votes and intonations about the situation in the Ukraine​

You pontificate about so called ‘Russian invasion’, you talk about democracy and human rights as if you know what those words mean, and you claim as a badge of honour being banned from another country. You talk on and on about sanctions both personal and state against Russians and Russia for actions they have or are taking in Crimea, as if that is the greatest crime of the century so far.

Ladies and gentlemen ( I use the terms here loosely) of the Canadian House of Commons it is not.

That crime falls to the glorious parliament of Canada which led the charge against and the invasion and destruction of a country know as Libya.

You all supported that, except Ms. May, and then claimed honour and valour in the Canadian actions of attacking civilian targets from the safety of the undefended air, whilst encouraging the mercenary forces on the ground ( and did those include Canadian special forces units as well?) to rape, kill and torture civilians not matter where they were found, and eventually lead to the capture, torture and death of the leader of the country in a prime example of blood lust.

Yes you backed that action supporting our Foreign office and its  Minister’s ​unwavering support for the ‘incredibly impressive” rebels, against a man who had established in Libya a standard of living so far above what we have here in Canada, that when he annoyed the IMF by threatening their never ending gluttony for money and profits, you fell all over yourselves to get rid of him.

Now after you put that shame of war crimes actions on the conscience of all thinking Canadians you step forward again with your absurd claims of democracy and human rights at the very time when you are taking them away from Canadians here at home through Bill C-23 as one example.

People give you heads a shake and think what you are doing for once instead of what your inglorious leaders are getting you to do.

More and more as one from BC I have the feeling of such disconnect with our so called federal government of fools that I am seriously beginning to accept the fact of BC leaving Canada and stepping away from these absurd situations. Perhaps it really is time to allow BC and Quebec to go as we have become a nation of fools being lead by traitors who are in turn being lead by corporate promises of wealth when they have done the dirty work.

Yes that is you.

Look at yourself and claim it is not so…I dare you…and if you can refute what I claim, then do so by your actions not your pathetic words. Stand up and be counted or else we should abandon this once glorious dream called Canada.

In total disgust at our so called representatives and employees in Ottawa.

Jeremy Arney

It is hard to believe even Israel would do this.

I received this in e-mail f0rm and it caused this reaction..

It is interesting to me that the Harper Government (I refuse to call this the
Government of Canada because it is not) is in full agreement with these actions
by the terroristic State of Israel. Over and over again Ministers, particularly
Harper, Kenny and Baird have said that Israel can do no wrong and they thus
support this deliberate destruction of vital (and expensive) water tanks in a
neighbouring country. The destruction of water tanks in a desert is nothing
short of criminal, but its condoned by this revolting trio .

It is then hardly any wonder that under this Harper regime we are being turned
into an “Israeli lite” terroristic country with war against civilians
on our minds. Libyans at the moment but who is next?

When in the election in May 2011 leading up to 25% of Canadians electing this pathetic excuse for a corporate government was it mentioned that we would be building 7 military bases around the world and why we would pretend to be the military “go to” country?

It has only been a few weeks but already we are seing the direction that Harper’s
bosses want him to take and frankly I do not like it and I certainly do not
give my permission to my employee Harper and his band of ministerial misfits to
go there.

They will anyway as the Canadian people are only a means to get elected to them, and are certainly not to be listened to.

Harper proved that during the election. Did he talk to anyone who wasn’t press or a CPC supporter?

O CANADA WHERE HAVE YOU GONE?

I do not recall hearing anything about this in the “mainstream media”
and that is one reason why the mainstream newspapers will soon be a thing of
the past. Give us the truth or perish, your choice.

The comment immediately below in bold I received in red and left as I got it but I removed the sender’s id and signature.

Date: Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 10:39 PM

Subject: Fw: IDF destroys nine water tanks in parched Palestinian village

Why does the world continue to look the other way while israel
behaves in such a barbaric way? Anyone condoning this is as abhorrent as
israel.

There are two theories to arguing with women. Neither one works.

Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2011 11:42 PM

Subject: Fwd: IDF destroys nine water tanks in parched Palestinian
village

IDF
destroys nine water tanks in parched Palestinian village

By
Sean O’Neill

+ 972, July 6, 2011Late Tuesday morning, July 5, around 11:30am, a convoy of
IDF, Civil Administration, and Border Police arrived in the Palestinian
village of Amniyr accompanying a flatbed truck with a front end loader and
a backhoe. Israeli settlers having a picnic at the settlement outpost next
to the Susiya archaeological site looked on as the army destroyed nine
large tanks of water and a tent.Amniyr is a small village of 11 families in the South Hebron
Hills, just northeast of the Palestinian village of Susiya and the Israeli
settlement of the same name. The village of shepherds and farmers, like
most villages in the area, is totally dependent in the summer on tanks of
water.

That water does not come cheap. Costs of transportation, due
to the poor infrastructure in the area – Palestinians are normally not
permitted to build roads in Area C of the West Bank and have restricted
access to Israeli roads – mean the cost of water is much higher than
normal. A cubic meter of water in the nearby town of Yatta costs 6 shekels.
In Amniyr it cost 35. The tanks themselves cost 1,000 shekels each, and
each tank held 2 cubic meters of water, yielding a total of over 10,000
shekels in damage, which for many in the area is equivalent to a half
year’s work.

This is the fifth demolition in Amniyr in the last year,
according to village residents and Nasser Nawaja, a B’Tselem worker. One
month ago the army destroyed 11 houses and two cisterns full of water. The
cisterns had also been destroyed 5 months ago and rebuilt with the help of
Israeli activists from Ta’ayush. The ruins of houses from previous
demolitions is still present, broken stones and twisted metal. Located just
south of the archaeological site of old Susiya, the Israeli government
claims it is state land.

Ten of the families now sleep in Yatta and come during the
day to tend to their olive and almond trees as they have no place to stay
and no water. But Mohammed Hussain Jabour and his wife Zaffra refuse to
leave. The morning after the demolition they were making tea on an open
fire next to their tent. “I’ve been here with my father and our sheep
since I was a little boy,” he said, with visible indignation. “Now
I’m an old man. And now Israel tells me I can’t be here. I’m not
leaving.”

“What are we supposed to do?” Zaffra asked.
“What will we drink? We can’t live without water.”

The demolition comes on the heels of the demolition of 6 tent homes and a lavatory in the
village of Bir al Eid,
two kilometers to the south, two weeks
ago. Both incidents are the latest in a long history of demolitions of
Palestinians homes and buildings in the area by the Israeli army, affecting
both these villages and the villages of Susiya and Imneizel, a village
south of Susiya.

Sean O’Neill worked for Christian Peacemaker Teams from
2006-2009 in the South Hebron Hills supporting Palestinian-led nonviolent
resistance to Israeli occupation and continued settlement expansion. He is
currently an MA candidate at New York University in Near Eastern Studies
and Journalism. He is in Israel/Palestine this summer researching for his masters’
thesis.

 

Jeremy Arney

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