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Dion the Terrorist Appeaser

Posted by Anarchore on September 26, 2008

It just gets worse and worse in Canada, as freedom of speech is stifled in a thousand different ways.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canadavotes/story/2008/09/26/dion-seniors.html

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2008/09/18/ot-cannon-080918.html
http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=5cb22a23-e0ca-4e95-b8fc-e534b2923e42&k=3932

Liberals ask candidate to step down over 9/11 comments

‘No room’ for ‘odious’ anti-Semitic conspiracy theories: Jewish group CEO

Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion has asked Winnipeg-area candidate Lesley
Hughes to step down over an old column in which she suggested Israeli
companies were given a heads-up about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the
U.S.

The Big Jewry, ie your cultural and political masters, applaud the move to boot a candidate for telling the truth about Israeli foreknowledge of 911. Since then a lot more information has come out. Can someone show Dion the Fox News Carl Cameron video on YouTube about 100s of Israeli spies held in connection with 911, including 5 that were there to “document the event”, and a Mossad moving company that closed it’s doors soon after?

[Youtube=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7T4DhDLPrY”%5D
[Youtube=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LecYbWM5Oao”%5D

The American Zionofascist Jewry organization the ADL squashed these videos, more at this link:

http://zionofascism.wordpress.com/2007/03/30/evidence-of-israels-911-involvement/

This is horrible. Powerfull Jews are effectively protecting Jewish terrorists by punishing those who come out with the truth about Israeli terror. This is certifiable thought control on the part of Canada’s Zionofascist Jewry, something that will surely explode in our faces.

Canadians don’t appreciate attempting to silence information that is vital to Canada’s security, given Israel’s history of false flag attacks on it’s “friends”, and the Israel-Canadian integration the neoConservatives have brought about. Indeed the Montreal 911 Truth organization uncovered the fact that a Mossad front company got the video contract for the Montreal’s Metro and the Zionofascist-riddled government has done nothing about it.

If a “muslim terror attack” happens in Montreal’s subway(or in Canada for that matter), we will know who is behind it. We will expose you CJC, for your efforts on behalf of the terrorist state of Israel you slimey, undemocratic sicko Jew bastards.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canadavotes/story/2008/09/26/dion-seniors.html

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2008/09/18/ot-cannon-080918.html
http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=5cb22a23-e0ca-4e95-b8fc-e534b2923e42&k=3932

Liberals ask candidate to step down over 9/11 comments
‘No room’ for ‘odious’ anti-Semitic conspiracy theories: Jewish group CEO

Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion has asked Winnipeg-area candidate Lesley
Hughes to step down over an old column in which she suggested Israeli
companies were given a heads-up about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the
U.S.

“I have reviewed the past comments of Lesley Hughes and it is clear they
do not meet [our] standard,” Dion said in a Friday release. “While I
appreciate her apology, I cannot condone those sentiments in any way. I
have therefore asked Ms. Hughes to step down as the Liberal party
candidate in Kildonan-St. Paul.”

Hughes, who learned of Dion’s request from CBC News in Winnipeg, said
she was stunned.

“It’s a major shock to my faith in the party and the whole system,” said
Hughes, who defended her track record by citing her biography about a
leading figure of the Jewish community and the Holocaust education that
she taught in classes at the University of Winnipeg for more than a decade.

“It’s the theatre of the absurd,” said Hughes.

“I have no time for conspiracy theories about the Jewish population
whatever,” she said. “The article that I wrote — for anyone who reads it
carefully — is very clearly innocent of any kind of anti-Semitic
feeling. I am just absolutely stunned by this.

“I guess that’s how soldiers die in the trenches. This is how it must feel.”

Since the Sept. 22 nomination deadline has passed, Hughes name will
still appear on the ballot and she could technically win, though not
under the Liberal banner. Hughes said she hasn’t decided yet whether she
will continue campaigning.
CJC applauds Dion decision

Hughes faced intense criticism for a column she wrote in 2002 as a
freelance journalist, in which she suggests that Israeli intelligence
warned the U.S. in advance of the Sept. 11 attacks and that Israeli
businesses vacated the World Trade Center before two passenger planes
struck the buildings.

Hughes, a former CBC journalist, also referred readers to websites that
assert “CIA foreknowledge and complicity of highly placed officials in
the U.S. administration around the attacks on the twin towers.”

In an interview with CBCNews.ca following the announcement, Bernie
Farber, chief executive officer of the Canadian Jewish Congress, said
Dion did the right thing by demanding Hughes withdraw from the race.

“He did exactly what had to be done,” Farber said. “Lesley Hughes
crossed a line which just simply cannot be crossed under any
circumstances. There is no room in Canada or anywhere for these
modern-age twists on the age-old anti-Semitic calumnies with these
odious and dangerous conspiracy theories.”

Earlier on Friday, Dion refused to discipline Hughes and repeated his
calls for a Tory MP to be fired for his comments linking immigrants to
crime.

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper told reporters in Calgary he believed
each case has to be looked at on its own merits, adding it’s a “very
serious thing” that Hughes wasn’t immediately disciplined after refusing
to retract her comments.

“Is this the kind of political discourse that is tolerated in the
Liberal party?” he said.
Dion message sidetracked

Dion’s news conference alongside former leadership rival Gerard Kennedy
at a Toronto seniors home became heated as journalists questioning the
Liberal leader were shouted down by party supporters attending the
event, the CBC’s Susan Bonner reported from the campaign.

Dion was pitching his party as the best to help seniors and protect
Canada’s economy in times of economic uncertainty, while Stephen
Harper’s “right-wing agenda” would hurt the economy.

But his message was quickly sidelined when he was asked about the
controversial statements in the column by Hughes.

In a statement Thursday, Hughes described herself as a “lifelong friend
and supporter of the Jewish community in Winnipeg” and said she finds it
“personally offensive” to be accused of anti-Semitism. However, she
“heartily” apologized for any perception of anti-Semitism in her writings.

Dion initially said there was an “ongoing process” between his party and
the CJC over Hughes’s comments and apology.

But Farber said while he spoke personally with senior Liberal officials
late Thursday and early Friday, he added Hughes herself had not
contacted his organization.

“Never,” Farber said, while adding her column “spoke eloquently for herself.

“There could be no mistaking for what she was doing. Anyone could see that.”
Dion grilled over demanding Tory MP’s firing

At the same news conference, Dion demanded Harper remove Calgary Centre
Conservative MP Lee Richardson for comments he made in an interview with
a local weekly newspaper.

“You have an MP who insulted all Canadians in pretending there is a link
between newcomers and crime,” Dion said. “This is unacceptable and he
should be fired.”

In response to a question about recent shootings in the city, Richardson
told an FFWD reporter that Canada has been too soft on crime.

“Particularly in big cities, we’ve got people that have grown up in a
different culture,” he said. “And they don’t have the same background in
terms of the stable communities we had 20, 30 years ago in our cities …
and don’t have the same respect for authority or people’s person or
property.”

He later added: “Talk to the police. Look at who’s committing these
crimes. They’re not the kid that grew up next door.”

Richardson later retracted his comments, saying he regretted his remarks
and has always been a strong supporter of immigration.
Supporters heckle media

At one point during Friday’s session, Liberal supporters yelled at a
reporter for suggesting Dion was employing a double standard, calling
the line of questioning over Hughes irrelevant.

But Dion raised his hand to silence them, saying the Liberal party
believed in freedom of the press and not in “handcuffing reporters” — a
likely reference to an incident earlier in the campaign when RCMP agents
removed comic Geri Hall of CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes from a Harper
press event.

Dion denied it was a double standard to call for Richardson’s dismissal,
saying the Tories had “no process” to show they were taking the
controversy over his statements seriously.

The emotional outcry from the supporters could show the frustration some
Liberals are feeling in the campaign as the party is struggling to sell
Dion’s leadership and his Green Shift carbon tax plan, the CBC’s Bonner
said.

“We may see more of this,” she said.

But Dion himself declined to criticize the media’s coverage of his campaign.

“The media cover me, and I don’t come at the media,” he said.

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