On Friday, foreign affairs minister of Canada (Israel’s lapdog) Dr. Stephane Maurice Dion and the international trade minister Chrystia Freeland (born to Ukraine parents and married to The Jew York Time political editor Graham Bowley. She is one of the 13 Canadian politicians banned by Putin to enter Russia) announced that Ottawa is lifting economic sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran and is also working over the restoration of diplomatic relations with Tehran.
In order not to offend Canadian Jewish Lobby, Dion emphasized that restrictions on export of nuclear goods and technologies that could help Iran in the development of ballistic missiles. I’m sure Dion knows that Jewish media had been claiming about Iran’s ballistic missile testing since 2008. In March 2012, we were told that Iran is in possession of ballistic missiles that can hit Tel Aviv. On October 11, 2015, a report said: Iran successfully test fired a new guided long-range ballistic surface-to-surface missile, state TV reported on Sunday. It was the first such a test since Iran and world powers reach a historical nuclear deal.
Tehran don’t give a damn about Canada’s “technologies” as country has some of world’s best nuclear scientists. Same goes for the “goods” needed to assemble a nuclear bomb as Tehran can get those from its allies, Pakistan, N. Korea, and even Russia.
Dion has been quoted by the Canadian media as saying on Friday that the country is considering the restoration of diplomatic contacts with Iran, as well.
Tehran has responded that the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries is up to Canada as it was Stephen Harper’s government which closed the relations in 2012 to please Israel.
Former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper made his political career by hating 1.7 billion Muslims in order to please his Jewish maters in Canada, US and Israel. For his services, Stephen Harper was not only declared “a great friend of Israel” by Shimon Peres and Benjamin Netanyahu, but was honored by several Jewish groups (here, here).
As some of Canada’s NATO partners (UK, France, Germany and Italy) have already signed contracts worth tens of billions of dollars with Iran – Ottawa doesn’t want to end up another economic looser like United States. Dion had said last week that if Airbus is allowed to sell to Iran, then Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier Inc should be allowed to export there as well.
Iran’s $406 billion GDP is the second largest economy in the region after Saudi Arabia.
Douglas Knight, vice-president NATO Association of Canada says that Canada and the West should do more to engage the Islamic Republic.
“As a conduit for enhanced trade with Iran, the restoration of full bilateral relations is an absolute must. Canada has an opportunity to set up and execute numerous trade deals by using its expertise in telecommunications, aircraft, specialized land vehicles and modern banking methods. Engaging Iran is essential to stabilizing what has become the world’s most volatile region. Iran had motives of its own in negotiating with the West over its nuclear program, and still clings to an exalted sense of its own role in the Middle East. This difference in perspective must be recognized. The nuclear accord was not designed to prevent Iran from ever acquiring those weapons; it was a positive step to defuse escalating tensions between actors that have traditionally failed to understand one another. As such, it could prove to be a stepping stone to diplomacy, trade and regional order, with benefits to all concerned,” Knight said.
Since 1979 Islamic Revolution, Canada’s relation with Iran has been ‘shady’ on international level. In 1980, Tehran expelled Canadian ambassador in Tehran, Kenneth Taylor, for being the top CIA agent in Iran. On April 24, 1980, American Air Force, based on Ken’s intelligence briefing, planned and carried its incursion Operation Eagle Claw to rescue 52 American embassy staff members captured as ‘spies‘. The Operation involved eight RH-53D Sea Stallion helicopters. Before the ‘American braves’ reached their destination in Tehran – three of the eight helicopters were lost in the desert sand storm (a Divine intervention, perhaps). The surviving crew and the soldiers in panic returned to the base at Masirah without taking along 8 of the bodies of dead US soldiers. Tehran, later, returned the bodies to United States for burial.
Canadian delegate always staged walk-out during Ahmadinejad’s speeches at the UN General Assembly for criticizing the Zionist regime.
Most Canadians don’t know about two famous Jewish terrorist living among them. Poland-born Montreal resident David Azrieli, who was member of Jewish terrorist militia Haganah responsible for killing thousands of Palestinian civilians and destroying dozens of Muslim villages and towns. Azrieli died in 2014 as billionaire ($3.1 billion). Major Benjamin Ben Dunkelman (d. 1997), born into Toronto’s wealthy Polish Jewish family, who fought in WWII and later led Haganah militants in ethnic-cleansing of Palestinians in 1948. He also served Yitzhak Rabin’s Jewish terrorist militia Palmach. In 1948, David Ben-Gurion appointed Dunkelman commander of Israel’s armored seventh brigade. Dunkelman’s father owned the Tip Top Tailors empire (here).