Expelling Iranian Diplomats: Is Canada selling its Soul to America?

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Almost half a million Iranians live in Canada. Many reside in Toronto. Tehran planned a consulate to serve them. They’ll have no representation now.”

Canada today operates as an appendage of imperial America. It abandoned its traditional commitment to equality, inclusiveness, and rule of law inviolability.

What corporate Canada wants, it gets. Militarism grows stronger. So does police state harshness.”

“Harper’s government, Canadian elites, its business community and military support imperial/neoliberal/anti-populist policies. Ottawa replicates Washington.

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Harper’s Omnibus : Canada’s fast track to integration into North American Union Police State

 “Tough on crime or the fast route to a police state?”
David Gibb, The Huffington Post Canada (1)

“Are Canadians running late for the North American Union (NAU) hidden agenda?” CNLeditor

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the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, which was initiated by Bush, Martin and Fox in 2005 in Waco, Texas. Essentially, this so-called ‘partnership’ will result in what the politicians refer to as ‘continental integration’-newspeak for a North American Union- and basically a harmonization of 100’s of regulations, policies and laws.

“The founding fathers of Canada must be rolling over in their graves.”(2)

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Canada tries to force Russia out of the Arctic

by Vadim Trukhachev

pravda.ru

30.08.2011

Canada tries to force Russia out of the Arctic. 45254.jpegLate last week, Canadian Prime Minister Harper spent four days in the Arctic. Flying around military bases in the northern provinces of Canada Nunavut, Yukon and Northwest Territories has become a tradition over the years of his stay in power. The current Prime Minister has been in power for six years, and for the sixth time he appeared in the Arctic. Harper has repeatedly said that these visits are made in the framework of the “northern strategy.” It includes an increase in military presence, economic and social development and environmental protection in polar latitudes.

Strictly speaking, the military component was clearly in the first place. As soon as he arrived in the Arctic, Harper began to observe the exercises attended by land, naval, and air forces. Although the exercises are carried out for the fifth time, it is the first time when they are conducted at such a scale. Continue reading