As the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 terrorist attack carried out by Israel approaches – CBC is set to broadcast Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s exclusive interview he gave to CBC chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge on The National Thursday Night.
Stephen Harper, who is listed as an ‘Author’ on Israel Hasbara (propaganda) Committee, has claimed in the interview that the biggest security threat to Canada a decade after 9/11 Islamic terrorism.
“There are other threats out there, but that is the one that I can tell you occupies the security apparatus most regularly in terms of actual terrorist threats,” Harper said.
Harper cautioned that terrorist threats can “come out of the blue” from a different source, such as the recent Norway attacks, where a ‘lone gunman’ who hated Muslims killed 77 people.
Interestingly, Harper avoided to mention that the ‘lone gunman’, Anders Behring Breivik, was a Christian Zionist who professed in his 1500-page manifesto that he hated Muslims and loved Israel – as Stephen Harper does. And surprise, surprise – none of the 77 people he killed was a Muslim.
In February 2008 – Stephen Harper had claimed that criticism of Israel including from some members of Parliament, is similar to the attitude of the Nazi Germany in WW II against Jews (the so-called ‘anti-Semitism’). I guess, Harper has not read Dr. Bryan Mark Rigg’s book ‘Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers’ in which the author has claimed that 150,000 German Jews had served in the Nazi Army.
Under Harper, Canada has the most Zionist subservient government in Canada’s history.
Last year, Canada’s junior foreign minister, Peter Kent, in an interiew with one of Canada’s Israeli Hasbara publications Shalom Life said that Stephen Harper government is ready to throw its full military weight behind the Zionist entity, saying: “An attack on Israel would be considered an attack on Canada”. Kent’s chief of staff, Norm McIntosh defended his boss by telling the newspaper that “It’s not too far from what the prime minister (Stephen Harper) has said”.
“Stephen Harper and his immigration minister Jason Kenney who supported Israeli genocide of 1.5 million Gaza inhabitantans during Dec.-Jan. 2009 – are known for their blind support for Israel and their hatred toward Arab and Muslim communities in Canada,” Edward C. Carrigan in The Canadian Charger, Feb. 10, 2010.