August 2, 2006
Canada Has The Right People Making Decisions Today
Foreign Minister Peter Mackay (to my knowledge Mackay isn't a Jew) has spoke the truth: "Hezbollah a 'cancer," also, "it is not a difficult choice between a democratic state [Israel] that was attacked by terrorists and cold-blooded killers."
More from the story in the Globe and Mail: "Lebanon's being held hostage by Hezbollah," Mr. MacKay told a House of Commons foreign-affairs committee special session that was called by the opposition parties to deal with the Middle East crisis.
"They started it," he said, describing Hezbollah's daylight attack across the border into Israel on July 12. He said Hezbollah is a "terrorist army" that "has shown no interest in a ceasefire" and is using civilians as human shields.
Why doesn't everybody get it? Mackay's words are the truth and pretty easy to understand.
On the other hand, using typical Arab assmonkey deflection, terrorist apologist MP Omar Alghabra was quoted saying 'the Conservatives are shamefully trying to raise political funds "on the backs of tragedy."'
Hey Omar, you should be talking about why Islamists like yourself take the side of terrorists who purposely put children at risk on purpose. How can any human being support that?
Jason Cherniak has written a lengthy and extremely informative piece on the history of Canada's political involvement in the formation of Israel up until 1967. The really interesting stuff has to do with the USA, Canada, Britain and the Soviet's view of the partition. Moonbats should give it a read too. Maybe they can learn something.