Pro-Palestine Anti-Israel College Campus Protests

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I don't know if there are any muslims in our area. I know there are a few families with jewish background, but don'tr know if they are practising or not. In the larger area of our regional district, there are certainly some of each. Don't know of any blacks either. Makes working up US style hatred kind of difficult. We do have a Buddhist bunch a couple of communities away. And some wackadoodle christians in the same area. Haven't heard of them shooting each other, though.
 
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Ron in Regina

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City of Toronto employees, in the St. Paul’s neighborhood, which has a significant Jewish population, on Tuesday evening, were photographed giddily hacking down posters of Jews (and non-Jews) who have been held hostage, or murdered, by Hamas. The city workers left untouched posters advertising free landscaping estimates and a Strawberry Social.
The above post is #171 in this thread.
Then this is post#90
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from here:
Trudeau made this announcement two days ago…& the by-election happens in another two days. Coincidence?
 

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In the 73-page report, ISGAP revealed that Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) — with chapters in Canada and the United States — had been funnelled millions via myriad non-profits like the Westchester People’s Action Coalition (WESPAC), Tides, American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), its parent organization Americans for Justice in Palestine (AJP), and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP).
Coming full circle on the “student” protests in the West, the above is from Post#1 in this thread.
Eight months later, it’s not like we know less:
What do we (Canada) do with the info?:
From six weeks ago & post #171 here:
This week, the “protestors” – CBC called them students but the university has said 80% of them aren’t – stormed into McGill’s administration building.
It’s the first sentence in that post. Who are the other 4/5th that aren’t students in these university encampments?
So the big unions are going to support the encampment then? What benefit do these Unions gain for their workers by doing this? Isn’t that the justification for the unions existence?

So these union members, like the other non-students involved in the encampments on the university grounds, are they entitled to camp out based upon the students code of ethics?
Is this…weird…to anyone else?
So…after years of dragging their feet, why is Canada’s government doing this now? Like, right now, and not last month or last year or several years ago?
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Labeling the IRGC as a Terrorist Entity is the right thing to do, but it was the right thing to do six years ago when parliament voted to do this exact thing, so why now?

Here’s some dramatic music from the Hindustan Times as Iran Huffs&Puffs over this:
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This might garner the Liberals some traction in St.Paul’s/Toronto Bi-election, but at the expense of the pro-Hamas “student” protest encampment vote? Or do they (Libs) plan some flip-flop to regain that anti-Jew vote back too (?) but sometime after tomorrow?
 
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Coming full circle on the “student” protests in the West, the above is from Post#1 in this thread.
Eight months later, it’s not like we know less:
What do we (Canada) do with the info?:
From six weeks ago & post #171 here:

It’s the first sentence in that post. Who are the other 4/5th that aren’t students in these university encampments?


So…after years of dragging their feet, why is Canada’s government doing this now? Like, right now, and not last month or last year or several years ago?
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Labeling the IRGC as a Terrorist Entity is the right thing to do, but it was the right thing to do six years ago when parliament voted to do this exact thing, so why now?

Here’s some dramatic music from the Hindustan Times as Iran Huffs&Puffs over this:
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This might garner the Liberals some traction in St.Paul’s/Toronto Bi-election, but at the expense of the pro-Hamas “student” protest encampment vote? Or do they (Libs) plan some flip-flop to regain that anti-Jew vote back too (?) but sometime after tomorrow?
Here is a ponder for ya....what if the West covertly supported Palestine? What would it look like?
 

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What would that look like (?) and why covertly? It currently looks like Israel is losing the propaganda war as Iran (& friends) got the jump on them having things in place already Oct 8th last year.
Would it look like what we see?

Does the world need a far right extremist run nuclear Israel? If we tried to disarm them to ensure they aren't used illegally as an offense option what would that brew into? If the West tried to disarm them its mayhem. What's our option and who do we blame? Iran?
 

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Would it look like what we see?
Would it? If my aunt had balls, would she be my uncle?
Does the world need a far right extremist run nuclear Israel?
Does the world need another terrorist host like Libya was? A far right extremist run Middle Eastern government…and out of the many to choose from, that’s Israel that needs to be disarmed? Who’s arming whom to the disadvantage of the governments of Syria & Lebanon and Jordan & Iraq & Yemen & so on and so forth? Is that Israel? It could be with the many narratives coming out’a that region, but is it?
If we tried to disarm them to ensure they aren't used illegally as an offense option what would that brew into?
It would brew into big sales at Home Depot’s all across the Middle East as nobody seems to get weaponry from outside their own borders, and it’s all just homemade stuff put together in their garages, etc…

To the governments of about 1/2 a dozen nations in the Middle East who’re dealing with militias separate from the own militaries and national interests, would they consider arming these groups as legal?
If the West tried to disarm them its mayhem. What's our option and who do we blame?
Which “them” would the West be trying to disarm and to what end? There’s a whole lot of “Them’s” in that area that shouldn’t be playing with anything more lethal than NERF armaments.
…who do we blame? Iran?
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Iran? Why would you want to blame Iran?
 

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Would it? If my aunt had balls, would she be my uncle?

Does the world need another terrorist host like Libya was? A far right extremist run Middle Eastern government…and out of the many to choose from, that’s Israel that needs to be disarmed? Who’s arming whom to the disadvantage of the governments of Syria & Lebanon and Jordan & Iraq & Yemen & so on and so forth? Is that Israel? It could be with the many narratives coming out’a that region, but is it?

It would brew into big sales at Home Depot’s all across the Middle East as nobody seems to get weaponry from outside their own borders, and it’s all just homemade stuff put together in their garages, etc…

To the governments of about 1/2 a dozen nations in the Middle East who’re dealing with militias separate from the own militaries and national interests, would they consider arming these groups as legal?

Which “them” would the West be trying to disarm and to what end? There’s a whole lot of “Them’s” in that area that shouldn’t be playing with anything more lethal than NERF armaments.

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Iran? Why would you want to blame Iran?
If if and nuts were fruit and nuts we'd all have merry Christmas.

You missed the point and straight into what abootery and propaganda. When it comes to itchy nuclear trigger fingers nobody can be trusted. Nobody. Hezbollah isnt Hamas.

Hezbollah has the capability to turn out the lights and water in Israel without Iran.

How far is Israel willing to go?
 

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If if and nuts were fruit and nuts we'd all have merry Christmas.

You missed the point and straight into what abootery and propaganda. When it comes to itchy nuclear trigger fingers nobody can be trusted. Nobody. Hezbollah isnt Hamas.

Hezbollah has the capability to turn out the lights and water in Israel without Iran.

How far is Israel willing to go?
Currently, they’re trying to apply diplomatic pressure towards Iran to reel in their Hezbollah… desperately enough to even ask Joly to try and pressure Iran…& they have been trading blows in the north of Israel since…oh…October 8 2023 in this last round.

The water flows into Israel from the north and East, and it’s not like there hasn’t been a war over this already a bit shy of 50yrs ago a different time it was threatened.
 

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Currently, they’re trying to apply diplomatic pressure towards Iran to reel in their Hezbollah… desperately enough to even ask Joly to try and pressure Iran…& they have been trading blows in the north of Israel since…oh…October 8 2023 in this last round.

The water flows into Israel from the north and East, and it’s not like there hasn’t been a war over this already a bit shy of 50yrs ago a different time it was threatened.
So the very best for all would be for Israel to back off, accepting Palestinian sovereignty. Everybody calms down and Israel doesn't abandon the Jewish state founded on Jewish law. It's time Christians put their foot down.