Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose
Maybe apologize for his father's time in office and conclude by apologizing for his own time in office
Everybody on this thread is part of the local Jewish Collective so rather than focus on somebody else why not apologize for some of the sins from your group instead??
Canada now has to apologize for being a sanctuary to the Jews from it's foundation let alone since 1880?
That is a very important date in the history of the creation of Israel as we know it today. The event that is the base included the poorest Jews and that is not a call Canada made, it was made for us, like all of them are. At the same time the UK and the US were also on a quota system. How many other groups of poor also were denied immigration status. If you were a Jewish business man there were no restriction and there never has been and there never will be.
Operation Paperclip was a hidden immigration and those people are NASA and the CIA, that means they are Jewish controlled and would have been from the very start.
History is going through some updates that the Jewish Collective has to turn a blind eye to or their 'special status' would go up in smoke. It has already gone 'poof', you cannot be the most affluent and influential people on the planet and be the most persecuted at the same time. If Jews had influence before then they they were the ones wanting to keep the Jews in Poland to support the false flag known as the Holocaust.
This video is a historical review of how the modern day Zionist state of Israel came into being, including the Rothschild connection.
World War II (1939–1945)
The Canadian Jewish Congress
was founded in 1919 and would be the major representative body of the Canadian Jewish community for 90 years. Much of its work was focussed on lobbying government around issues of immigration, human rights and anti-Semitism. Jewish total population in Canada was 1.8%
Almost 20,000 Jewish Canadians volunteered to fight for Canada during World War II
In 1939, Canada turned away the MS St. Louis
with 908 Jewish refugees aboard. It went back to Europe where 254 of them died in concentration camps. And overall, Canada only accepted 5,000 Jewish refugees during the 1930s and 1940s in a climate of widespread anti-Semitism.
A most striking display of antisemitism occurred with the 1944 Quebec election
. The leader of the Union Nationale
, Maurice Duplessis
appealed to anti-Semitic prejudices in Quebec in a violently anti-Semitic speech by claiming that the Dominion government together with Liberal Premier Adélard Godbout
of Quebec had secretly made an agreement with the "International Zionist Brotherhood" to settle 100,000 Jewish refugees left homeless by the Holocaust in Quebec after the war in exchange for the "International Zionist Brotherhood" promising to fund both the federal and provincial Liberal parties.
By contrast, Duplessis claimed that he would never take any money from the Jews, and if he were elected Premier, he would stop this plan to bring Jewish refugees to Quebec. Through Duplessis's story about the plan to settle 100, 000 Jewish refugees in Quebec was entirely false, his story was widely believed in Quebec, and ensured he won the election.
In 1945, several organizations merged to form the left-wing United Jewish Peoples' Order
which was one of the largest Jewish fraternal organizations in Canada for a number of years.
As in the United States, the community's response to news of the Holocaust was muted for decades. Bialystok (2000) argues that in the 1950s the community was "virtually devoid" of discussion. Although one in seven Canadian Jews were survivors and their children, most Canadian Jews "did not want to know what happened, and few survivors had the courage to tell them.' He argues that the main obstacle to discussion was "an inability to comprehend the event. Awareness emerged in the 1960s, however, as the community realized that antisemitism had not disappeared.
This is not about Jews. It is not about race, ethnicity or religion. It is about power. The new Israel lobby in Canada – the Canadian Council for Israel and Jewish Advocacy (CIJA) – has enormous power, derived from abundant resources, corporate connections, political associations, elaborate and able organization and a cadre of dedicated activists. Since its inception several years ago, this hard-line lobby has used its power, first, to gain political hegemony and impose ideological conformity on the matter of Israel within a heretofore diverse Jewish community, and second, to influence government decisions and shape public opinion regarding Israel – ostensibly in the name of all Canadian Jewry. From the outset, a primary focus of this lobby’s attentions has been the university campus, alleged centre of anti-Israel sentiment, conveniently construed as anti-semitism. Over the last two years, the lobby has by various means attempted to pacify these campuses and bring them into line, particularly Concordia and York. While the lobby has made some significant gains, at York their effort has been stalled.
In the fall of 2002, student protests at Concordia University led to the cancellation of a speech by right-wing Israeli politician Bejamin Netanyahu. The event sounded an alarm for some powerful people sympathetic to Netanyahu. “What happened at Concordia was, to many people, appalling,” Maxyne Finkelstein, executive vice president of the United Israel Appeal Federation of Canada, explained to the Toronto Star. “What happened at Concordia was a real shock.” According to a recent profile in Toronto Life, Concordia was a wake-up call for the so-called “power couple,” Heather Reisman and Gerald Schwartz. Reisman, niece of free-trade negotiator Simon Reisman, is CEO of Indigo/Chapters Books. Her husband, Gerry, Liberal Party chief fundraiser and former co-founder of CanWest Global Communications, is CEO of Onex Corporation. As fundraisers, both enjoyed “exceptional closeness to [Prime Minister Paul] Martin” and were eager to “flex their newfound political clout.” Trying to “decode their agenda,” Toronto Life noted that the first signs of their intentions had surfaced immediately after the Concordia controversy. “Shocked into action, Schwartz and Reisman summoned a group of fellow philanthropists, including Toronto tycoons Larry Tanenbaum and Brent Belzberg, to plot a counter-strategy.” Tanenbaum is co-owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and venture capitalist Belzberg owns Torquest Partners. The four gathered together a select group of like-minded and monied colleagues and “self-appointed” themselves the “Israel Emergency Cabinet,” intent upon lending “more conviction and financial muscle” to advocacy for Israel in Canada. The Toronto Star observed that “the membership of the emergency cabinet reads like a who’s who of power and influence among the Jewish community” and that “some members are well known for their hawkish opinions favoring Israel in the long and bloody Middle East conflict.”
In addition to Reisman, Schwartz, Tanenbaum and Belzberg, the group included Senator Leo Kolber, former director of the Toronto-Dominion Bank, Seagrams and Loews Cineplex; Israel Asper, co-founder and CEO of CanWest Global; Stephen Reitman, whose family owns Reitman’s clothing stores; Julia Koschitzky, whose family fortune derives from the IKO Group, global manufacturer of construction materials; and Stephen Cummings, CEO of Maxwell Cummings. Together, the group represented billions of dollars in assets, which its members knew how to use. Over the next year, through the facilitation of the United Israel Appeal Federation, which funded both the Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) and the Canada-Israel Committee (CIC), the Emergency Cabinet morphed into the CIJA. Chaired by Tanenbaum, Belzberg and Cummings, CIJA eventually brought both the CJC and the CIC under its effective control. The stated aim of the new umbrella organization was to double the funding for Israel advocacy in Canada and make it more “pro-active.”
A Hostile Takeover
Not everyone was happy with the new extremist conglomerate. “What we are talking about here,” one official told Toronto Life, “is essentially a takeover of the country’s Jewish institutions.” Frank Dimant, executive vice president of B’nai Brith Canada, which belatedly – and grudgingly – entered into an agreement with CIJA, pointed out that “the group known as the Canadian Council for Israel and Jewish Advocacy had on its inaugural steering committee some of the most powerful men and women in this country.” CIJA co-chair Brent Belzberg himself acknowledged that “this is being seen as a bunch of rich guys telling the others what to do.”
According to the Forward, one observer described the CIJA’s incorporation of the CJC and the CIC as a “hostile takeover,” while another told the Toronto Star that it amounted to a “coup d’état by powerful financial interests bent on cementing their control over Jewish advocacy activities in the country,” adding that “these guys are used to getting their way.” “This is a group of self-appointed people who have very little linkage with the Jewish [masses] and they have private agendas of their own,” Thomas Hecht, former Quebec chair of the CIC, pointed out.
The Canadian Jewish Establishment Favours Anything But Debate
I eagerly reached out to my rabbi at the time, excited to engage him in the age-old Jewish ritual of constructive debate. Instead, there was a total unwillingness to discuss these urgent moral issues in the open. I contacted other rabbis in the community and, not surprisingly, their reactions were almost identical.
Rather than debate these issues or merely discuss them openly, the Canadian Jewish establishment has preferred to bully Canadian individuals and organizations into silence.
It may come as little surprise that the marginalization of dissident Jewish voices pervades the entirety of organized Jewish life in Canada. From Jewish community newspapers and community centres, to the organizations purporting to speak on behalf of Canadian Jews, engaging in reasoned debate on the issue of Israel and Zionism simply cannot happen.
There is no organization more hallowed in mainstream Jewish communities around the world than the Jewish National Fund (JNF). European Jews founded the JNF in 1901 with the goal of establishing a Jewish state in historic Palestine. Despite successfully achieving its mission in 1948, rather than disbanding -- as esteemed Israeli scholar Gershon Gorenberg
and the Haaretz Editorial Team
believe should have happened -- the JNF was re-purposed.
The fledgling Israeli state regarded the JNF as a useful vehicle in the ensuing process of expropriating the lands of exiled Palestinians. The JNF quickly re-branded itself as an organization tasked with planting trees and with "making the desert bloom." Its fundraising branches abroad -- including in Canada -- obtained charitable status, and the Israeli organization became a significant source of donations to the Zionist cause.
What the JNF fails to disclose to its unsuspecting donors is that most of the forests and parks it established as part of its "reclamation" efforts cover over the ruins of depopulated and demolished Palestinian villages -- 89 villages
to be exact.
The JNF refuses to acknowledge the historical presence of these villages, which its projects have erased from both space and consciousness
. It continues
to "reclaim" land at the expense of the native inhabitants.
Its branch in Canada, known as Jewish National Fund of Canada (JNF Canada), funded the flagship project "Canada Park
," which covers over the village sites of Deir Ayyub, Yalu and Imwas, and lands belonging to Beit Nuba.
The latter three villages are located entirely within the West Bank, which is considered Occupied Palestinian Territory under international law and official Canadian policy
Jewish involvement in the promotion of 'hate speech' laws, multiculturalism, mass immigration, denationalization, subversion of traditional values, and related items.
Canada is one of those countries which in recent years has implemented some of the world's most extreme anti-free speech laws. The country also received extremely large numbers of new non western immigrants the later years.
The Jewish lobby, by means of the Canadian Jewish Congress
(CJC) with Bernie Farber
, the Canadian Human Rights Commission
(CHRC) and the ADL of B'nai B'rith
' as well as the former Canadian Interior Minister Irwin Cottler
(Jewish) have been the main promotors of this legislation.
Cottler got the 'War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity Act
' through parliament.
Cottler later became president of the Human Rights Commission
, Foreign Commission
and the International Criminal Court
'The Canadian Human Rights Commission has already been used on many occasions to shut down websites and to place lifetime speech bans on webmasters who have been hauled before its tribunals,' (Fournier - src).
The combined Jewish efforts have been very sucessful at passing laws which are so extreme that when it came to hurt the neoconservative Jewish journalist Ezra Levant
who published the Danish Muhammed Cartoons
'The Canadian Jewish Congress is a major part of the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s thought crime system, a system that’s rigged against the CJC’s political enemies.' And
'A generation ago, illiberal elements in the "official" Jewish community pressed Canadian governments to introduce laws limiting free speech. The targets of those laws were invariably poor, unorganized, harmless neo-Nazi cranks and conspiracy theorists such as Ernst Zundel and Jim Keegstra — nobodies who were turned into international celebrities when they were prosecuted for their thought crimes.Source: Globe & Mail january 21 2008
But now come Mr. Elmasry and Mr. Soharwardy [muslim activists] and their ilk, using the very precedents set by the Canadian Jewish Congress.
What a strange place Canada is in 2008, where the police care more about human rights than the human rights commissions do, where fundamentalist Muslims use hate-speech laws drafted by secular Jews,..'
- What a strange place Canada is
| Danish translation
(not Jewish) former CHRC employee is one of the most well known Canadian'Human Rights' advocates and activists, who went so far as to produce his own hate speech, and enticing others into endulging with him. He and some other zealots posted hate messages on the forum of the white nationalist website Stormfront
. In some cases they hacked themselves into private wireless networks of innocent people to conceal their identity on the Internet. In 2007 he received a human rights award
from the Canadian Jewish Congress
Canadian multiculturalists even make ther own 'hate speech posts'
- Jonathan Kay on Richard Warman and Canada's phony-racism industry
| Richard Warman, Dean Steacy, Ian Fine CHRC
, another Islam critical prominent Jewish journalist in Canada has also become a victim of the Canadian hate speech laws for publishing an excerpt of his book America Alone
: The Future belongs to Islam
which appeared in Maclean's.
At least two of the conservative think tank Canadian Centre for Policy Studies
'top men areJewish Joseph C. Ben-Ami
has been the director of Government Relations and Diplomatic Affairs for B'nai B'rith Canada
) Charles McVety
appointed him; an orthodox Jew, to the head of the Christian Right
think tank 'Institute for Canadian Values
'. Ze’ev Kalin
is president of the holocaust promoting GENA
(Genocide Education Never Again), a writer for the Canadian Jewish Congress
and the Ottawa Jewish Bulletin
, Margret Kopala
promotes the etnocentric Jewish religious holiday Hannukah
as an ‘universal celebration of religious freedom
‘, and is proud of her latest contribution to Canadian society; the 'Canadian Museum for Human Rights
'. (Yes I understand. Human Rights are really in need of a museum at the rate at which they are being destroyed right now.) According to Mr. Bel-Ami, she is not Jewish (so she has some other relation to Jewishness; being married to one perhaps?)
Joseph B. Varner
1 had jobs in a large number of military strategical organizations, and wants us to belief that Europe has more to fear from Iran
than Israel does.
Together with the aforementioned Joseph C. Ben-Ami
supported the recognition of Kosovo
, but only after, they had voted against Canada's recognition of Kosovo as an independent state initially, according to a message from J Ben-Ami.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum of Genocide is the brainchild of the late media mogul Israel Asper
and is being advanced by his family, which owns "Canwest Mediaworks" the largest newspaper chain in Canada as well as TV networks in Canada and abroad.
Daughter Gail Asper
, who raised about $100 million of the $260 million price tag, responded to the hate crime robotically with Masonic and NWO cliches.
Little yellow stars reminiscent of Nazi-era Jewish symbols will be given to schoolchildren visiting holocaust exhibits. The stars will not read "Jude"
but they could.
They make gentiles identify with Jews and embrace pro- Zionist policies. The Jewish Mayor of Winnipeg, Sam Katz
, wears one on his lapel.