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  1. Silver Zionist says:

    I recall when a loathsome leftist, Michael Harris, before he was fired from 580 CFRA from Ottawa, was interviewing academics as to why Canada was refused a seat on the UN Council something, in 2011.

    The agreed reason was because Canada supports Israel and the world finds this disgusting.

    How much is this ” vertical cigar box ” costing Canadian taxpayers? Are Canadians paying enough taxes for stupid things we can do without.

  2. Bill Elder says:

    Our UN “dip” corps needs more than a shake-up Brian. We need to deflate this clique of pompous self-serving party-goers by sacking them and replacing them with Canadian statesmen who have a passion for truth, a love of justice and a desire to see all peoples free of oppression. Our diplomats are far too tolerant of UN accommodation of despotism and dictators for my liking.

    Anyone who could listen to the maniacal ranting of these psychopathic despots without at least walking out of the room in a show of principled disgust for such dangerous insanity, hasn’t got a protocol problem, they have a moral problem.

    PMSH time for some diplomatic “cleansing”!

  3. Constantin says:

    Excellent video! Too important topics, however, to lump them together (some people need more time to digest). Regarding the need to ‘shake up a little’ the bureaucrats representing us at the UN, I think we need to re-evaluate our selection criteria. From the liberal perspective, protecting “Canada’s reputation” (meaning maintaining a strong positive or at least a neutral attitude towards Canada in a forum dominated by various levels of local tyrants) is the goal of the mission, and Canada’s national interests (interpreted narrowly as the actual interests of its citizenry) should be subservient to that goal. It is important for your listeners to understand that should Canada be more protective of its own interests (as the reasonable position of the Harper government on the proposed arms treaty happens to be), screaming protests are bound to errupt in the leftist camp for the “damage to Canada’s reputation”. If you dare question this by asking: “Reputation amongst whom?”, they will retort to the lofty and neutral “Community of Nations”. When some of us are seriously starting to question the legitimacy of the UN and the moral significance of our continuing membership in that organization, we simply recognize that the “community of nations” has become a powerful tool in the hands of inimical entities and that our national interests seem to diverge more and more from those of the UN. No one should represent Canada in any kind of public function who does not hold as paramount the interests of Canada. I think it is a public humiliation for Canada that our delegation did not object to Syria’s unacceptable display of anti-semitism.

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