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Canada Says No to Zionofascism

Posted by Anarchore on February 17, 2007

Canadians don’t support terrorism, even Jewish supremacist terrorism.

The Asper’s Zionist propaganda networks like CanWest Global do not have as much sway in Quebec.

They are not bombarded with Zionofascist lies as often as the rest of this occupied nation.

OTTAWA (Reuters) – The decision by Canada’s minority Conservative
government to take a strongly pro-Israel stance is costing the party
support in the influential French-speaking province of Quebec,
according to a poll published on Thursday.


A CROP survey for La Presse newspaper put support for the federal
Conservatives at 24 percent, down from 33 percent from the firm’s last
poll in late June. The separatist Bloc Quebecois was at 36 percent, up
six points.

The poll — the latest in a line of surveys showing lackluster support
for the Conservative government — is likely to dent speculation of a
possible election later this year.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives control only 125 of the
308 seats in Parliament and need to boost support in Quebec if he is to
stand any chance of winning a majority in the next election. The
Conservatives won 10 of Quebec’s 75 seats in the January 23 vote.

CROP vice-president Claude Gauthier said it was clear that people in
Quebec — one of the more left-leaning provinces — disliked Harper’s
backing for Israeli attacks against Lebanon.

As well, many were outraged when eight members of a Montreal family on
holiday in Lebanon were killed by an Israeli bombardment.

“Quebecers blame the Conservatives for giving almost unconditional
support to one side from the very beginning,” Gauthier told the
newspaper. Harper said at the start of the assault that the Israeli
response was measured.

“Quebecers saw that as a lack of compassion, given what was happening
to Lebanese civilians,” said Gauthier, adding that some people had also
been upset by recent big military spending announcements and Harper’s
decision to skip a major AIDS conference in Toronto earlier this
month.

The opposition Liberals — who lost the election amid a Quebec kickback
scandal — rose four points to 21 percent.

Many political observers doubt Harper will call an election unless
national support for the party hits 40 percent. The Conservatives are
currently hovering around 36 percent, the same level they achieved in
the January election.

Separately, CROP said support for Quebec’s provincial Liberal
government was unchanged at 32 percent while the separatist Parti
Quebecois gained two points to 37 percent.

Quebec Premier Jean Charest, who won power in 2003, is expected to call
an election within the next year. Gauthier said the Liberals would need
to be at least five points ahead of the Parti Quebecois to stand a
chance of retaining power.

The Parti Quebecois says that if it wins the next election, it will
quickly hold another referendum on independence. Similar province-wide
polls failed in 1980 and 1995.

The CROP poll of 1,000 people was carried out from August 17 to 28 and
is considered accurate to within three percentage points, 19 times out
of 20.

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