Canada’s Green Party: Pals with Afghanistan or not?

- November 26th, 2013

Press release from The Green Party of Canada on November 18, 2013:

Elizabeth May joins Afghanistan delegation at UN climate conference

WARSAW, POLAND: Green Party of Canada Leader Elizabeth May today announced that she has joined the Afghanistan delegation at the COP 19 UN climate conference, and will thus have access to high-level negotiations open only to government representatives … [Read the rest]

Eight days later:

Green Party condemns Government of Afghanistan’s plan to reintroduce stoning as punishment for adultery

Following the announcement that the Government of Afghanistan planned to reinstate the Taliban-era practice of punishing adultery with public stoning, the Green Party of Canada today voiced its unequivocal condemnation of the policy, and urged the international community to push for human rights reform in Afghanistan…. [Read the rest]


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  1. MikeSr says:

    Mr. Akin; thank you for bringing forward the intellectual reach of the leader f the Green Party.

    If this agglomeration of hyperactive layabouts had only supported the Conservative agenda to reduce pollution rather than being part of the political mess PM Chretien left, when president Clinton played Chretien for a fool the pollution correction would be further along.

    Without the misguided and uninformed electorate supporting the Liberal Government of Ontario in its ongoing schemes to buy votes the Ontario taxpayers will not be facing the ever increasing electricity cost this corrupt government created. cheers;

  2. John West says:

    Here in Canada, we tend to get stoned then commit adultery. Those muzzles have it backward.

  3. Rick says:

    If Afghanistan decides to reintroduce stoning officialy we should pull our troops in a Montreal minute.

  4. bobby b says:

    Lie down with dogs, wake up with fleas.

    Lie down with backwards, cultish, sexist, bloodthirsty Luddite dogs, wake up with . . . Greens, I guess.

  5. Doowleb says:

    I’m assuming Liz will now be wearing a burka in deference to Afghanistan’s cultural norms.
    It would certainly improve the environment.

  6. islandcynic says:

    This has nothing to do with Afghanistan but more to do with Lizzie May and her political aspirations. Using Afghanistan’s spot as a delegate was the only way for her to get there. Using taxpayer money to pay her salary while she is there is another story. I think Lizzie wishes she were the Pope.

  7. dennis baker says:

    Finally something of value out of MP.May!
    Being disenfranchised by the Government, while a sitting Member of Parliament.
    Is she tired of “going along to get along”!

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