The folks at Rupert Murdoch CNN are not happy with the defeat of Israeli poodle Stephen Harper’s regime in Ottawa. They have slammed Canadian voters for dumping Harper’s Conservatives in favor of Justin Trudeau’s Liberals. I got to agree with the Zionist bleeding hearts, because after becoming prime-minister designate, Trudeau got on the phone and told Barack Obama that Canada would be pulling out of the US-lead ‘Alliance of Absurd’ protecting the so-called Islamic state.
Trudeau has promised to repeal the draconian C-51 anti-terrorism bill which was authored by Israel lobby groups to criminalize criticism of the Zionist regime.
Trudeau has promised to re-establish diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic and lessen travel restrictions on 180,000 Iranians living in Canada.
Trudeau also has promised to accept 25,000 Syrian refugees of all faiths. Harper, while promising to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees, was deporting thousands of Muslims from the Middle East seeking new life in Canada.
Israeli media’s reaction to Harper’s defeat from shock to fear. UK’s IBT said:”Israel loses best friend.” Israel’s YNet News said: “Pro-Israel PM’s defeat is worse for Canada’s Jews than Israel.” CNS News said: “With Harper’s defeat in Canada, Israel loses a friend, UN loses a critic.”
CNN’s ‘expert’ on Canada, Sean Kennedy, penned a scathing attack on Canadian voters for dumping Stephen Harper, whom he credited with bringing economic and political stability.
In a column, Justin Trudeau victory is bad for US Conservatives, who by large, are anti-Muslim and pro-Israel. In it he calls Canadian voters “fickle” for being ungrateful to Stephen Harper, who helped Canada prosper while many other countries failed during 2008 financial crisis.
In Canada, where 68 people owns the same wealth as 11 million lower income Canadians – Harper said when he kicked off 78-day election campaign that this election was not about economy. Yes, it’s all about mud-throwing. Harper had accused Trudeau of setting up brothels – sort of turning Canadian cities into Tel Aviv.
Kennedy suggested that Canadian voters turned against Harper because they didn’t like his American-style (pro-Israel, anti-Muslim) foreign policy.
“In Canada, identity is tied-up in a few things (hockey, universal healthcare) but none more powerful than a genteel anti-Americanism that tingles every political debate in the Great White North,” Kennedy observed, going on to criticize the “wing-nuts of Canada’s left” and “ecowarriors” for fanning opposition to Harper’s environmental policy.
On his part, during the nine year-rule Stephen Harper raised hatred toward country’s largest minority, Muslims, to its peak.
Former Conservative prime minister Joe Clark in his book, How we lead: Canada in a Century of Change, has blamed Harper for destroying Canada’s reputation as a peacekeeper.