“Criticism Of Israel Treated as Hate Crime in Canada”

It seems the U.S. Corporation’s totalitarian disease has crossed the border to the north:

Criticism Of Israel Treated as Hate Crime in Canada

By Dan Dicks

When Stephen Harper gave a prepared speech to the Israel parliament last year, he equated lack of support for Israel with anti-Semtism. He said: “[T]his is the face of the new anti-Semitism. It targets the Jewish people by targeting Israel and attempts to make the old bigotry acceptable for a new generation. Of course, criticism of Israeli government policy is not in and of itself necessarily anti-Semitic. But what else can we call criticism that selectively condemns only the Jewish state and effectively denies its right to defend itself, while systematically ignoring – or excusing – the violence and oppression all around it?”

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Yes sir, it seems the Canadian government is following in the totalitarian footsteps of the US, UK and other NATO countries.

I just wish some of these investigative reporters would do a little more research, especially when it comes to the Jewish people, Israel and the monster known as Zionism.

First: the largest portion of Jews in the world today, are not of Semitic ancestry. Most Jewish people today, are of Eastern/Central European ancestry; many are of Khazarian ancestry.

Second: a large percentage of Jews throughout the world, including many Jews in Israel, reject Zionism, and many even reject the state of Israel because of the dictates of their faith. In other words, a large percentage of Jews throughout the world do not support the Israeli, Zionist government.

It is the Zionist Israelis, and those who support them, who are truly anti-Semitic, since the Palestinian people they attack and kill, on a daily basis, are truly a Semitic people!

Many European countries have made it a crime to deny the holocaust and/or bad-mouth Israel for its genocidal atrocities perpetrated on the native Palestinian people. And now Canada has joined this tyrannical club of psychopaths.

21 thoughts on ““Criticism Of Israel Treated as Hate Crime in Canada”

  1. I find this law extremely disturbing. It is absolute proof that freedom and democracy are dead in Canada. We can criticize every other government on the planet and not be accused, but not Israel? That is absolutely insane. Israel is guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Our government and media can deny this all they want, but that does not change the facts.


  2. I knew you’d like this one. And the UK is even getting worse, according to the one article you posted today! The entire west is insane!

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  3. One of things world war two accomplished for the Zionist banking cartel and the US was the establishment of Israel. It gave the Zionists a stolen homeland, and the US and European war-mongers, the bankers, a foothold in the middle east, where all the oil was and is located.

    It’s coming here as well, my friend, you can bank on it. The reason it hasn’t happened here yet, is the government hasn’t finalized its plans for civil war and martial law. After this Summer, and Jade Helm 2015, my blog, and those like mine, will most likely be taken down. I would not doubt this a bit.

    As much as I want to remain positive, and I am about the people waking up, it’s hard to do with everything that is happening every day.

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  4. True, all of this may fall apart, or even amount to just another false-flag like distraction.

    Actually, what I fear most is not Jade Helm or civil war, it’s the economy completely collapsing. And I’m not just fearful for myself, I’m fearful for every working poor, or worse, person on this planet. We’re not set up, as a people, today, to handle a worldwide depression. Our parents and grandparents were stronger than we are.

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  5. That is also my biggest fear right now. Pretty much everybody is vulnerable. I know so many people who are doing their best to keep their heads above water and I hate the thought of all those people losing everything and struggling just to stay alive


  6. That’s it. Most of us in the west have had a cushy life, in comparison to the rest of the world’s peoples. So even the poorest of us have never really experienced a third world level of life. We are weaker than those who have had to survive all these years, it what I am trying to say.

    But truthfully, if the economy totally collapses, the poor all over the world will be doomed. Only the wealthy and powerful minority will survive, and isn’t this exactly what they want?

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  7. Well, maybe with the right seasonings and cooking time, they might just make a tasty treat for all of us;-)

    Actually, the rich may find themselves being devoured by the billions of poor people, if they keep going in this current direction.

    My friend from Canada believes the people cannot overthrow the governments of this world, because of the technology and numbers of combat troops. But I beg to differ. There are seven billion of us, and maybe a couple of million of them.

    When people’s backs are against the wall, and they are dying anyway, history shows that they have the power to overcome the powers that be! I hope it doesn’t come to this, but if history is any indication…?

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  8. The other thing to consider is that some members of the military and police might actually side with the people. This is something that has happened before and hopefully, if it comes down to it, it could happen again.


  9. This is true, but I would think there will be a lot of personal conflict for these soldiers. Many of them will have families who are will not support the government’s actions. At least I hope


  10. I guess I wasn’t looking at that closely. If the economy collapses, and their families are suffering, then there would be a much better chance they would turn.

    Good point!

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  11. Not too bad, but the last couple days I’ve been dealing with brutal fatigue. I need to try and rest up for a few days, or it will start to take its toll of my overall health.

    How about yourself?


  12. Yes, rest up. I feel for you on this, there are days when I feel so drained I can barely do anything.

    Still dealing with pain in the leg and ankle joints, and the last few days have had issues with asthma.

    If I were near a barn, a farmer would take me “out back” and “put me down”;-)

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