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How Did the Afghan War Get Extended?

Posted by Anarchore on March 25, 2008

How did Canada’s Afghan occupation get extended? In Canada there are groups that will support war for vatious reasons. Some are veterans and newly-brainwashed soldiers and those who think like them, wanting to relive the imagined glory of the past. Then there are the warmongerers for money like arms dealers and stock profiteers. These fools and scum are in the minority, but they are superceded by a powerful faction that controls the media and politics in Canada.

There is only one group that had the organization and the resources to pull this off -The Israel Lobby.

Canadians were recently treated to a shocking and sickening spectacle. On March 13, 2008, Stephane Dion and the Liberals, who had been calling for an end to Canada’s hostilities in Afghanistan, voted with the Conservatives to continue propping up the brutal war- and drug-lords in the Afghan “government”1. The “mission” will be extended beyond 2009, to at least 2011.2 What caused the about face from Dion, who had said that he would never agree?

“The prime minister has said that he needs to have a consensus in order to extend the mission beyond February of 2009,” said Liberal Leader Stephane Dion. “This consensus will never exist.”3

Swindled Into An Unpopular War

Swindled into War

Canada’s initial engagement in Afghanistan back in 2002 was to be a brief post-9/11 mission, largely to help the Americans hunt terrorists. The second phase that began in 2003 was sold as something akin to a conventional peacekeeping assignment — and a politically palatable alternative to joining the coming U.S. invasion of Iraq. Even moving Canadian troops south from the relative safety of Kabul, the capital, to Kandahar, the main city in the Taliban’s volatile southern heartland, was being described by politicians and top officers only a few months ago as not really a combat mission. Take Fraser’s own media briefing on the Kandahar challenge back on Feb. 2. Pressed repeatedly to describe the sort of fighting he expected, the general deflected the questions onto safer ground. “My focus,” he insisted, “is not on combat.”

The mission is opposed a majority of Canadians4. What could possibly have happened to allow this travesty to continue?

The Liberals had a good relationship with the Israel Lobby, with Paul Martin genuflecting to the CJC, proclaiming gaggers like,”Israel’s values are Canada’s values”5.

The Sponsorship Scandal

Of course Canada’s Zionist media was for the war from the beginning, and their boy Stephen Harper, fresh from his Bilderberg grooming in 2003 had the right rhetoric. Harper even took out ads in US newspapers apologizing for Canada not standing by her ally as the US prepared to commit suicide for Israel in Iraq.

Suddenly the Liberals under Paul Martin were under fire from the media, and an election was coming up. The Sponsorship Scandal was a run-of-the-mill scandal that did not involve the Prime Minister’s office. But it was constantly on the news and the unpopular neocon globalist Harper with his Zionist cabinet got a minority government.

Ignatiev Dares Speak of Israeli Terror

Remarking on the Israeli attack on children at the Qana refugee centre, Michael Ignatiev initially said that he wasn’t going to lose any sleep over it, then turned around and admitted that it was a war crime.

Well Canada’s Zionist Israel-firsters did not like that very much at all.

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=52439

With that, the roof fell in. Susan Kadis, a Toronto-area MP and
co-chairman of his leadership campaign, resigned: “Michael is an
intelligent person and I would think that he would have a better handle
on the Middle East, given his years of experience on human rights and
international law. I find his comments very troubling, since the
Israeli response came in the light of the unprovoked brazen kidnapping
by Hezbollah of Israeli soldiers.”
The Canada-Israel Committee expressed “profound concern” and demanded
“clarification.” If clarification was not forthcoming, they added, they
“would feel obliged to convey that message to our constituency.”

and…
http://209.157.64.200/focus/f-news/1678135/posts

OTTAWA — Liberal power couple Heather Reisman and Gerry Schwartz have
publicly broken with the Liberal Party line on the Middle East crisis
and are turning to Prime Minister Stephen Harper because of his support
of Israel.
Mr. Schwartz, a confidante of former prime minister Paul Martin and one
of Canada’s most influential businessmen as the head of Onex Corp., is
one of the eight signatories of an advertisement placed in a newspaper
in Cornwall, Ont., where the Conservatives are holding caucus meetings.
Mr. Schwartz’s wife, Ms. Reisman, says she is leaving the party to
support the Conservatives under Stephen Harper.

Pressure from Reisman, Schwartz and the intelligencia of the Israel Lobby have turned the Liberals into another neocon party.

Neocons are Zionists

The neocon movement in the US is a Zionist movement. Many top Bush Administration officials are Israel lobbyists and Zionists. They have spread their poisonous ideology to Canada, through the efforts of our own Israel Lobby, the Zionist press, and our neocon Prime Minister Harper.

Canada Now An Israel-Style State

…As Toronto “Stand with Israel” rally emcee Robert Lantos was eager to point out, “Canada and Israel are both facing a war on terror,” and whether regarding Afghanistan, Palestine or Lebanon, both countries need to uphold “the shared right to self-defense.” We have seen what is meant by Israeli “defense.” And with Canadian troops in Afghanistan operating in increasing accord with Israeli tactics, it is interesting to see Israel’s local allies helping to politically package this reality. (Harper appears to appreciate the help, and used the occasion of his August 6 interview with CTV to justify Israeli and Canadian military operations in the same breath.)6

NeoCon Duckspeak for the Liberals

The Liberals parrot the same lies that the Conservatives do about Bin Laden and Al Qaeda as perpetrators of the 911 attacks, and the need for a “war on terror”.
In reality it has long been proven that Bin Laden tapes were faked, in fact the evidence points to Israeli Mossad having a hand in the attacks.

The Afghanistan war is a central plank of the neocon “war on terror”, and in this fascist language is the deceitful rationale behind Canada’s continued presence.

Although no rational person believes that troops in Afghanistan are fighting “terror”, the Zionist media will nevertheless continue to repeat this fallacy.

Israel is a terrorist state, yet no one will dare to suggest placing it on the list of terrorist organizations.

Instead Dion falls over himself to please The Lobby, which is unanimously in favour of war, and all the rest of the neocon(Zionist) war-on-terror, give-up-your-freedom rhetoric.


“I ham diffrant, I want the troop out by February 2011, Harper want keep dem there until June!”

That is how the Afghanistan mission got extended. Dion did not want what happened to Paul Martin to befall him. The power of the Zionist establishment is can make or break a politician, and Dion knows this.

“Support for Israel is in the Party’s Interests”

This leaked7memorandum from the Canada Israel Committee8 acknowledges the political influence behind the scenes(emphasis mine), and the eagerness of Dion to pleaseThe Lobby.

…We are especially pleased to bring to your attention that the Liberal Party of Canada has chosen to feature footage of the Montreal rally on its official website, demonstrating a recognition that support for Israel is in the Party’s interests. While the CIC neither endorses nor opposes any political party, we are extremely encouraged that the Liberal Party of Canada has taken the decision to clearly affirm its support for Israel, as we are that former leadership candidates Gerard Kennedy and Michael Ignatieff have expressed an interest in traveling to Israel with us this summer.

We view these developments as a measurable indication of the success of our concerted and collective efforts over the last 8 months to diminish the potential for Canada-Israel policy to become a wedge issue in a forthcoming election.

Israel is a Dion Priority

http://jasoncherniak.blogspot.com/2007/05/israel-is-dion-priority.html

Sunday morning, the national leadership of the Liberal Party congregated in Toronto. The event that brought them together was the United Jewish Appeal’s Walk With Israel, which is the largest pro-Israel event in Canada. I am the communications director for a group called “Liberal Friends of Israel”, so I was quite excited by the resounding success of the event and the Liberal contribution.

Democracy in Canada is Destroyed

A powerful foreign-backed lobby pushing war and a sick ideology that is against Canada’s values and best interests controls the Liberal and Conservative parties. You can be sure that Israeli forces have infiltrated the NDP and Green party. Any who do not name the Zionists are suspect. Nobody in politics could not be aware of their overweening, pernicious influence on Canada’s politics.

It has already cost over $4billion.9 How much will we let the Israel Lobby suck out of us for their insane wars?

1) http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/drugs/heroin-afghanistan.html...subsidizing the CIA’s opium industry in Afghanistan with our tax dollars, $4 billion so far. Now that the poppy-banning Taliban are no longer in power, Afghanistan now produces more than the world’s required supply, ensuring that we get back what we gave in taxes in the form of junkies on the streets.

2) http://www.thestar.com/article/346019

Mar 14, 2008 04:30 AM

Allan Woods
Ottawa Bureau
OTTAWA–Canada’s mission in Afghanistan will be extended by two years, to 2011, after a House of Commons vote that endorsed the will of the Conservative government and most – but not all – of the Liberal opposition.

3)http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20070704/layton_ndp_070704/20070704/

4)http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20070718/afghanistan_poll_070718/20070718/

Most Canadians oppose Afghanistan mission: poll

Updated Wed. Jul. 18 2007 11:21 PM ET

CTV.ca News Staff

Only seven per cent of Canadians strongly support the Afghanistan mission, while the total number of those opposed in Quebec remains high at 75 per cent, according to a new poll by The Strategic Counsel.

The survey, conducted between July 12-16 for CTV and The Globe and Mail, suggests the level of intensity for Canadians strongly opposed to the mission is far greater than those who are in firm support: (percentage point change from a July 12-15, 2006 poll in brackets):

  • Total Support: 36 per cent (-3)
  • Strongly Support: 7 per cent (-1)
  • Support: 29 per cent (-2)
  • Oppose: 31 per cent (same)
  • Strongly oppose: 27 per cent (+2)
  • Total Oppose: 59 per cent (+3)

Peter Donolo, a partner with The Strategic Counsel, told CTV.ca the numbers show only a small minority of core supporters for deploying troops to the war-ravaged country.

5)http://www.geocities.com/anarchore/zionistpols.html

6)http://mostlywater.org/israeli_aggression_receives_official_canadian_endorsement

7)http://jasoncherniak.blogspot.com/2007/04/dion-dancing-hora.html

MEMORANDUM

To: CIC Board and Community Leadership

From: ———————

April 26, 2007

CIC Board Chair Moshe Ronen has asked that I update you regarding the following developments:

As many of you will know from media coverage earlier this week, on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion spoke at the Montreal community Yom Ha’atzmaut celebration. His participation represents a real victory for the Jewish community and for friends of Israel. As you are all aware, the CIC has been actively working with all political parties to ensure that support for Israel remains strong across the board.

We are especially pleased to bring to your attention that the Liberal Party of Canada has chosen to feature footage of the Montreal rally on its official website, demonstrating a recognition that support for Israel is in the Party’s interests. While the CIC neither endorses nor opposes any political party, we are extremely encouraged that the Liberal Party of Canada has taken the decision to clearly affirm its support for Israel, as we are that former leadership candidates Gerard Kennedy and Michael Ignatieff have expressed an interest in traveling to Israel with us this summer.

We view these developments as a measurable indication of the success of our concerted and collective efforts over the last 8 months to diminish the potential for Canada-Israel policy to become a wedge issue in a forthcoming election.

8 )http://www.cicweb.ca/aboutcic/mission.cfm

The Canada-Israel Committee (CIC) is the official representative of the organized Canadian Jewish community on matters pertaining to Canada-Israel relations. CIC is an agency funded by the Canadian Council for Israel and Jewish Advocacy, the advocacy arm of UIA Federations Canada.

9)Cost of Afghan mission

The $4.1 billion mission Meanwhile, an Ottawa think tank slammed the government for “virtually abandoning UN peacekeeping.”

In a report released ahead of Wednesday’s six-hour Commons debate, the Polaris Institute said Canada had already spent $4.1 billion on Afghanistan operations since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

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2 Responses to “How Did the Afghan War Get Extended?”

  1. […] more naive dumb shits, dying for a JEW Zionist fomented war in a place they don’t belong, where the people don’t want […]

  2. […] This reminds me of the recent extension to the Aghan war by Canada. […]

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