More blessings from on high to our northern neighbor. Canada steps up to the plate once again in defense of Israel while the anti-Semite in the White House remains silent. Gotta keep appeasing Islam, huh, Mr. President?
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
Canada Takes the Lead of the Free World in Global Paradigm Shift:
Boycotts Durban III in NYC
"Once again we look north for leadership with a moral compass. Gd bless Canada. Obama, you shame us, yet again. Canada will boycott a planned antisemitic UN conference on racism in New York in September because it promises to be nothing more than a 'hatefest,' directed largely at Israel.
'Like the Ground Zero mosque architects, the UN has decided to pour salt in the wounds of still grieving Americans. The crowds at Durban I held high their signs reading: “For the liberation of Quds, machine-guns based upon faith and Islam must be used,” and “The martyr’s blood irrigates the tree of revolution in Palestine.”' (more here)
The US should have been the first to take a stand against genocide and apartheid. But Obama won't; he'll be there and drag the US down even further. At some point we all will have to go on a massive apology tour to the free world for Obama. He is a curse on this nation and all lovers of freedom.
UN racist Hatefest, Durban III, is coming to NYC on 10th Anniversary of 911: FDI/SIOA Mega Protest Against Durban Hate
We will be there with thousands of defenders of freedom and Western values, and those who refuse to allow a second holocaust. Evil will not win this time. Six million Jews will not be sacrificed to Islam. Plan your vacation, time off, sick leave for September -- stand with us against Islamic supremacism.
CANADA OPTS OUT OF DURBAN HATEFEST National Post
OTTAWA — 'Canada has lost faith in a “tainted” UN process that was supposed to combat racism — but not in the United Nations as an institution, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said Thursday.
Mr. Kenney said the federal government would boycott a planned UN conference on racism in New York in September because it promises to be nothing more than a “hatefest,” directed largely at Israel.
“We obviously continue to believe in the United Nations as an important multilateral forum,” he said. “But we are able to make basic distinctions between good and bad.”
Mr. Kenney said Canada would have nothing to do with the planning of the September conference, which is being held to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the first conference on racism, held in Durban, South Africa, in 2001.
“Our government has lost faith in the entire tainted Durban process,” Mr. Kenney said. “Canada will not participate in this charade any longer. We will not lend our country’s good name to a commemoration of what has widely been characterized — indeed across party lines here — as a hatefest.”
He also said the government would not help finance Canadian NGOs to attend the meeting.
The Canadian Jewish Congress said the government made the right call.
“Both Durban I and II, ostensibly aimed at fighting racism, turned out to be little more than concerted anti-Semitic charades that set back the real fight against racism and discrimination by decades,” said Mark J. Freiman, president of the congress, in a statement. “This UN process is fundamentally flawed and by now beyond repair.”'"