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News – Week of May 21 – May 27

Posted by Anarchore on May 28, 2007


Updated:2007-05-19 19:07:38
Former President Carter Blasts Bush
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (May 19) – Former President Carter says President Bush’s administration is “the worst in history” in international relations, taking aim at the White House’s policy of pre-emptive war and its Middle East diplomacy.

The criticism from Carter, which a biographer says is unprecedented for the 39th president, also took aim at Bush’s environmental policies and the administration’s “quite disturbing” faith-based initiative funding.

“I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history,” Carter told the Arkansas Democrat -Gazette in a story that appeared in the newspaper’s Saturday editions. “The overt reversal of America’s basic values as expressed by previous administrations, including those of George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon and others, has been the most disturbing to me.”


Ron Paul videos
“It’s time for action, it’s time for revolution start … If they pull Ron Paul from the debates, it’s time for America to start a revolution … I will not be implanted with chips and I will not carry an ID card.”
–Movie producer Aaron Russo on The Alex Jones Show, Friday May 18, 2007, in urging widespread action to support populist Republican Party candidate Dr Ron Paul, who has taken the lead in public polls in the last two Republican presidential candidates’ debates and has been black-banned by the mainstream media.


Daryl Bradford Smith and The French Connection do not call for any violence against any individuals or any individual groups. The call that goes out in this audio file is intended for the listeners protect themselves and try to prevent the possible impending tyranny.



Hell, No – I Won’t Go!!!

by Edgar J. Steele
My name is Edgar J. Steele.

“Leave there. Leave there now. You don’t have a lot more time…” Thus went a recent email from an expatriate American correspondent, writing from his new home of many years in Moscow, Russia.

I think he is right. I – we, that is – don’t have much time left before the final crackdown comes. You know – the ultimate American police state. And, yes, it can get much worse. You have no idea.

Thus far, we have been complaining about the procedures, laws and bureaucracies being set into place. Just wait until they start to use them.

*Italian campus denies denier*
An Italian university shut down to prevent a lecture by a Holocaust denier.
The head of the University of Teramo, in central Italy, ordered the
shutdown Friday after it failed to dissuade Robert Faurisson from
appearing. Faurisson, who has been prosecuted in his native France for
arguing that the Nazi gas chambers were a myth, had been invited by a
history professor at the university.
Jewish groups said the invitation was unbecoming of a serious academic

Ottawa Citizen – Monday, May 21, 2007

Canada may supply Afghan military with Leopard tanks

KABUL, Afghanistan — Canada is in discussions with NATO to provide
Afghanistan’s fledgling army with Leopard tanks so it can better fight

Military officials say future plans call for the Afghan National Army
(ANA) to switch from its Soviet-designed equipment to gear that is more
compatible with the NATO nations fighting in this south Asia country.

Defence sources here confirm that Canada is interested in supplying some
of its older Leopard tanks to the Afghans and initial discussions have
begun on that potential deal.


Special to The Globe and Mail

May 24, 2007 at 8:29 AM EDT

VICTORIA — The B.C. representative for the League for Human Rights of B’nai Brith Canada has filed a human-rights complaint alleging a Victoria-based website and its editors, manager and directors “contrive to promote ongoing hatred affecting persons identifiable as Jews and/or as citizens of Israel.”

Eighteen articles allegedly containing anti-Semitic material have been removed by publisher Alan Rycroft from Peace, Earth and Justice News pending the outcome of an inquiry by the Canadian Human Rights Commission, and after the receipt of a letter from the commission detailing a complaint from B’nai Brith’s Harry Abrams.

“There are a number of calumnies that need to be exposed,” Mr. Abrams, a Victoria businessman, said in an interview. “The idea that Israel has no right to exist or that Israel is an apartheid state,” he cited as examples.

Mr. Rycroft said Mr. Abrams has quoted some of the articles out of context and that they are critical of the policies of the Israeli government and do not express hatred toward Jews.

A letter from the Canadian Human Rights Commission to Mr. Rycroft signed by Richard Tardif, deputy secretary-general, says the commission is required to address any complaint that alleges a violation of the Canadian Human Rights Act.


Immigration has tended to lower wages in both Canada and U.S.: study
Published: Friday, May 25, 2007 | 9:12 AM ET
Canadian Press

OTTAWA (CP) – A new study says immigration has tended to lower wages in both Canada and the United States, but it found the impact of immigrants on the wages of domestic workers depends to a large extent on the newcomers’ skills.

In 2001, about four in 10 people with more than an undergraduate degree were immigrants in Canada compared to about one in five in the United States.

That’s curtailed the earnings growth of the most-educated Canadians relative to the least-educated, while the opposite has happened in the United States.

A significantly higher proportion of immigrants to the United States have been much less skilled so these newcomers have depressed the earnings of low-paid Americans and increased the gap relative to the highest paid.

In Canada, immigration has tempered the gap between rich and poor but in the United States, it has exacerbated it.

Between 1980 and 2000, immigration increased the male labour force by 13.2 per cent in Canada and 11.1 per cent in the United States, while in Mexico the male workforce shrunk by 14.6 per cent.
© The Canadian Press, 2007


Canada’s Unexplained Military Presence in Afghanistan

Disinformation Distorts Public Opinion Surrounding the Occupation

by Shane Ruttle Martinez / May 26th, 2007

Since Ottawa sent military support to the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan, Canadian public opinion has generally hovered in a state of confusion, with many people unsure of exactly why troops have been sent there in the first place.

Now, however, that befuddlement is steadily being combined, if not replaced, with a sense of distrust and agitation.

And understandably so. Canadians largely remain perplexed as to why Ottawa has sent troops to a war which many see as unjustified, and even more seem to feel is still unexplained. No solid reasoning has come from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to elaborate on the very general statements released this far, which have simply declared that Canada is now “committed” to the war. Despite the rising military and civilian death toll overseas, he claims that Canada now has a “better military” from the experience.


3 Responses to “News – Week of May 21 – May 27”

  1. Paul Tatarewicz said

    Canada in Afganistan: A Historical Perspective.

    British authorized Jewish settlement in Palestine in the Balfour declaration of 1917 when zionists guaranteed them victory over Germany by getting their friends in America to ally the US with the Brits. Balfour stipulated the rights of indigenous Palestinian Arabs were not to be prejudiced.

    Zionists, instead of bringing money to buy property from Palestinians, brought guns and used terror tactics to drive them out, then destroyed the British garrison to form their illegal state.

    Zionists infiltrated the political machinery of Britain, the US and other countries sufficiently to preclude military action against Israeli terrorists, often relying on the US for its veto power on UN Security Council resolutions for action against Israel’s illegal activities in Palestine.

    American zionists, with wealthy friends in the financial/corporate sector, fund and staff the election campaigns of Democratic and Republican candidates ($50-million last time) so they get to call the tune on US foreign policy matters, whenever Israel’s security is concerned. With this control over lawmakers, zionists have placed their agents in key administration positions, like Wolfowitz and Feith, who were instrumental in fabricating anti-Iraq propaganda and launching America’s military against Saddam to stop him from funding Palestinian one-way bombers who were blowing up Israeli thieves by the busload (to try to get land stolen from them by zionist terror gangs).

    Earlier, zionists concocted anti-bin Laden 9/11 propaganda to get America to attack Afganistan where the Taliban allowed Arab fighters to train to help their Palestinian brothers get back their lands. UBL denied any knowledge or involvement in 9/11:


    Zionists not only have a lock on the US Congress, but with friendly owners and advertisers of/in America’s Mainstream Media, they have total control of public opinion, even to the extent of none of the “media” ever “being able” to explain why the US went into Iraq. So you have American lawmakers giving first priority to Israel’s security even if it means thousands of American lives lost in protecting Israeli theives; any US soldier in Iraq, if he tried to protect some thief back home, would end up in jail. But secondly, and more disgustingly, you have a tacit media conspiracy to withhold information which is unfavorable to Israel, and of course to attack any politician who is critical of Israel or to ignore him.

    Occasionally, one of the few independent papers will offer an insight into the zionist menace:


    May 25 article by Auzie Blevins and Vince Larsen: Powerful Israeli lobby threatens U.S. security, in which they point out “Terrorist action against Israel is not unprovoked but is a response to Israel’s colonization of Arab land.”

    But with most of America’s MSM in a war propaganda mode on behalf of Israel, politicians are well aware they will get friendly media tratment as long as they tow the Israeli line. This is particularly true of the president, who with all his foibles, is assured of completing his term, without hounding by media, ala Nixon, if he keeps troops in Iraq and insures Israeli security.

    The same media atmosphere exists in Canada with zionists’ friends controlling print and electronic media through ownership and/or advertising. Harper Tories are well aware of this and there’s no better way of getting media support than to join our “American friends” in Afganistan; one zionist shill was even peddling a line to the then Liberal government that if Canada joined America in Iraq, US would take more of our softwood lumber. Would work great for Israeli zionists, especially since more American lumbermen would be unemployed, have to join the army for a paycheck and risk their lives in Iraq on behalf of Israeli theives who insist on holding on their ill-gotten gains rather than taking the matter to an international court as should have been done a half century ago.

    To Harper Tories winning is everything, and to win they need (zionist) media support. The matter of principle is not even in their back seat. Think about it. The vast majority of Americans don’t believe their government’s version of 9/11, yet Harper Tories go full blast into Afganistan without any evidence that it posed any threat to Canada, not even any from the FBI, which BTW has “no hard evidence” of bin Laden’s involvement. No doubt Harper feels if he can earn a Star-of-David button for his beannie he has it made at the next election, that is unless more and more Internet-savvy Canadian get wise to the zionists’ scam.

  2. Paul Tatarewicz said

    Adding “i” between p and t may make first url work.

    Replacing dot after net with a forward slash, may make second url work. Or try:


  3. anarchore said

    Fixed your links.

    Bin Laden.



    Sorry your comment did not appear right away. WordPress held it for moderation because of a flag for multiple links. Fixed it now.

    I have noticed more and more blogs and usenet activity exposing the Zionists.

    By their actions the Zionists make it quite easy to expose them, “anti-semitism” notwithstanding.

    NeoLiberal and neoConservative politicians however, are still eager to please the Israeli terrorist front in Canada(CJC, CJPAC, Bnai B’rith and a host of others).

    Let’s make them irrelevant.

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