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Stephen Harper considering sending more Canadian troops to Iraq

Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he is considering increasing Canada’s direct military involvement in the fight against the Islamic State terror army in Iraq.


B’nai Brith CEO to nominate Harper for Nobel Peace Prize

The head of a prominent Canadian Jewish organization says he plans to nominate Stephen Harper for a Nobel Peace Prize Mr. Harper is a staunch supporter of Israel whose comments on the Middle East have at times put him at odds with other Western leaders.

Homeless man fights off police tasering

Jacob Less, the king of the hobos, gets jumped by OPP near Brantford, Ontario. The cops refuse to tell him why they are trying to arrest him, and he refuses to acknowledge their illegitimate authority over him. He sings in his regular rhyming scheme, which pisses off the cops. They try to taser him into submission, but the taser charges his batteries, and he breaks free of their aggressions.

The Original Tazered Less

NATO plane arrives in Ukraine with $4.5 mn worth of military aid

A Canadian C130J Hercules aircraft has arrived in Kharkov carrying US$4.5 million worth of non-lethal military equipment for Ukraine.

Video: NATO plane arrives in Ukraine with $4.5 mn worth of military aid

Moscow Retaliates Against Western Sanctions With Bans on Agricultural Imports

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree Wednesday banning imports of agricultural products from countries that imposed sanctions on Russia for one year, the Kremlin press service said.

Robert Fisk: How on earth can Israel tolerate this filth from B’nai Brith Canada?

Not long ago, I was handed the most outrageous, vile, dishonest and slanderous calumny uttered against the people of Canada. It was contained in a full-page advertisement in the National Post (founder, Conrad Black), a newspaper handed out – free, I’m happy to say – on my Air France flight out of Toronto. Here is the headline: “Almost 4 million Canadians are afflicted by this disease.”


Canada may expand military in Eastern Europe: Harper

Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Russian President Vladimir Putin is "obviously an imperialist" and hinted that Canada is considering expanding its military presence in Eastern Europe.

Provoking World War III - Antagonizing the Dragon and Bear

It is not prudent and it is not safe to stick an iron rod into a dragon’s mouth. Whatever they say in the West about dragons… but here in Asia, the dragon is revered as the greatest fabled creature on Earth and in the sky. The dragon is wise and patient, and it hardly ever uses force first. But if treated with disrespect and aggression, it is capable of retaliating in a deadly, determined and powerful way.

Energy security at core of G7 meeting in Rome

Collective energy security and the necessary actions to ensure it were at the core of the meeting of G7 energy ministers which concluded in Rome on Tuesday, a statement from the Italian Economic Development Ministry said.

Canada to send 500 observers to Ukraine's presidential election

"Canada is a world leader in helping to promote democracy and good governance in Ukraine," Prime Minister Stephen Harper says.

Canada plans to invade Syria

The pro-Israeli government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is making diplomatic and military preparations for military intervention in Syria, leaked documents show.

Criminalizing Criticism of Israel in Canada

Revisions to the Canadian Criminal Code proposed by the Harper government contain wording that is designed to enable lawfare prosecutions of human rights activists in precisely the manner desired by Mr. Netanyahu and his associates.

Canada quietly orders a Russian defence attaché at the Ottawa embassy to leave the country

The Canadian government has quietly ordered at least one Russian diplomat to leave the country within the next two weeks.

Toronto family surprised to learn it was cops who broke into their house and removed computers

When Nahid Alikhani and her sons came home on March 18, they found the front door jammed, muddy footprints throughout the house, their mail strewn about, doors ajar and all of their electronic devices missing.

Group of 8 Leaders Agree to Exclude Putin

President Obama and the leaders of the biggest Western economies agreed on Monday to exclude President Vladimir V. Putin from the Group of 8, suspending his government’s 15-year participation in the diplomatic forum and further isolating his country.

Ukraine ready to take vacant place in G8

Ukraine is ready to take a vacant place in the Group of Eight if any, parliament-appointed Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk after a meeting with his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper on Saturday, March 22.

Germany accuses Russia of Europe break up bid

Germany on Saturday accused Russia of trying to splinter Europe as a Cold War-style struggle over the future of ex Soviet Ukraine ratched up following the Kremlin's defiant annexation of Crimea.

300 arrested at Montreal protest against police brutality

Canadian police surrounded an annual protest against police brutality in Montreal, arresting 288 people before the demonstration had barely started.

Obama consults with Harper and Hollande on Ukraine

US President Barack Obama consulted with France and Canada's leaders Saturday to discuss the crisis in Ukraine, vowing to work together on an aid package to the hard-hit country, the White House said.

La classe moyenne canadienne est en difficulté

Le rêve canadien n'est rien de plus qu'un mythe et la classe moyenne du pays doit hypothéquer son avenir pour se maintenir à flot, indique-t-on dans une étude interne du ministère fédéral de l'Emploi.

Citizenship reform poses a serious threat to rights of Canadians

The proposed legislation would give the immigration minister the power to revoke a person's citizenship for acts against Canada.

Media Cover-up of Canada’s Role in the Overthrow of Jean-Bertrand Aristide

Eleven years ago this weekend Canada organized an international gathering to discuss overthrowing Haiti’s elected government. The conference was reported in a major magazine at the time, but since the coup actually happened the dominant media has refused to investigate or even mention the meeting.

Attention fliers: Canada’s electronic spy agency is following you

Documents released by US whistleblower Edward Snowden show the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) used airport Wi-Fi to track passengers from around the world.

Workers in 3 countries are living with NAFTA's consequences, while the benefits never materialized

Sold by its promoters as a migration-preventing device that ultimately would produce more and better-paid jobs in all three countries, the North American Free Trade Agreement has displaced jobs and people, weakened unions and ravaged US cities and rural Mexico. But worker solidarity may prove to be its most important product.

Canadian premier heckled at Israeli Knesset

Two Arabic-speaking members of the parliament interrupted Harper on Monday and walked out as he was speaking about the “twisted logic” of describing Israel as “apartheid,” and the emergence of “a new form of anti-Semitism.”

Canadian PM arrives in Israel for four-day visit

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper began his first official visit to Israel on Sunday, with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu hailing him as a "great friend" of the Jewish state.

Arctic Rivalry: Battle for North Pole oil sparks fears of '21st-century Cold War'

As the Arctic sea ice melts away at an alarming rate, access to vast oil reserves is opening up - and countries bordering the region are determined to defend their slice of the pie. The polar seabed may hold as much as 15 percent of the world's undiscovered oil - and 30 per cent of its gas.

Arctic Rivalry: Battle for North Pole oil sparks fears of '21st-century Cold War'

Another ‘Bogus’ Contract in Iraq Revealed

A Swiss-based Iraqi engineer exposes what appears to be another multi-billion dollar scam in which the Iraqi government of Nouri Al-Maliki is implicated.

Child lies dying at school as his life-saving inhaler was locked in the principal's office

Ontario schools should allow students with asthma to carry puffers with them in case of emergencies, says the mother of a 12-year-old boy who died when no one could get his inhaler in time because it was locked in the principal's office.

University of Toronto - Agents of Misandry Versus Freedom of Speech

This video is about the attempt by numerous extreme feminists to protest the freedom of speech of those seeking to discuss about equality issues for men and boys during the last of a series of three lectures held at the University of Toronto and hosted by the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE). This series of events has also been extensively covered by A Voice for Men (see links below). 

University of Toronto - Agents of Misandry Versus Freedom of Speech (documentary)


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