At a time when the world is slowly awakening to the truth about Israel, it’s policies of Genocide, Occupation and Apartheid, one country chooses to turn a blind eye to this reality, Canada. The Harper Tories, ardent supporters of those policies, won a majority in yesterday’s Federal Election.The Canadian taxpayer will pay dearly for this as do their neighbours to the south.

What is bad for Canada will be good for Israel as can be seen in the following report and video…..

Stand up for Canada Israel!

A Conservative Canada means support for Israel

Canadians went to the polls today for a federal election and handed the Conservative Party a resounding victory. To be sure, the party’s success was never in doubt. But the magnitude of their dominance was unclear. It certainly is not anymore. The Conservatives (or Tories) claimed 167 seats in Parliament, more than the 155 required to form a majority. Such numbers will make legislating much easier for the party and its stoic leader, Stephen Harper.

For Israel and its supporters around the world, the reelection of the Harper Tories bodes well. While members of the Quartet or President Obama often grab headlines with their statements regarding Israel-Palestine, Harper has often flown under the radar. Nevertheless, few recent political leaders have been as emphatic as him in their defense of the Jewish state.

Taken FROM

Canadian PM: I Will Defend Israel ‘whatever the cost’


  1. Big Man said,

    May 4, 2011 at 17:26

    Good, maybe Canada will take our (US) place as their lackey. We’ve been sucked dry.

  2. McGannahan Skyjellyfetti said,

    May 4, 2011 at 17:39

    Canadians went to the polls and the zionist controlled ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES handed the Conservative Party a resounding victory.

  3. Joey Tavares said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:07

    Uhm, we don’t use electronic voting machines. I submitted a paper ballot.

    There’s nothing wrong with standing up for Israel.

    Or Palestine…

  4. J Rouch said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:09

    Hey Canada, there goes your healthcare, your schools, your infrastructure. But that’s OK, Israel needs it more than you. Oh, and enjoy your phony terror attacks coming up to keep you in line.

  5. phishybongwaters said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:10

    Well lets set the record straight, for the second time in a row Canada had extremely poor voter turn out. The advanced polls seemed to show an increase but that didn’t pan out in the end.

    A little over half the country voted, I wouldn’t call this a resounding victory at all. Canada, much like the US, has lost control of it’s governments and you simply can not take this conservative victory to mean Canadians support what Israel is doing. Just as not every american supports Israels war against Palestine, not every Canadian does. In fact, I’d say Canadians as a whole are much less aware of the support to Israel than the average American.

    So out of maybe half of Canadians, the Cons got a little over half. Wow, in my books that’s not great at all, that’s just a symptom of the games Harper has played with elections.

    AGAIN I never got registered. AGAIN I had to provide several forms of ID then sit and list off every damn address I’ve lived at. And what about the people with no drivers license or nothing billed in their name?

    Exactly, they don’t get to vote. Wonder who they would have voted for?

    Polls don’t match the results as usual.

  6. ambientone said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:18

    We do not use electronic voting machines here in Canada… at all. Harper got his majority through scaring people into believing that the other partys (particularly the NDP) would destroy Canada’s economy in a matter of months. The alleged killing of Bin Laden helped him too as on election night there was much rejoicing over the ‘fact’ and he was preaching hard about how welll the war on terror was working, how this means that we are on the ‘right course’ and must keep on it… I can’t understand how so many people were against him in the days before the vote… and then voted FOR him.

  7. yeti said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:24

    “Canadians went to the polls and the zionist controlled ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES handed the Conservative Party a resounding victory.”

    Canada does not use electronic voting machines. WHY ARE YOU LYING?

  8. Paul said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:24

    Why do you think we also made the NDP the opposition Party. We have two extremes now in parlament hopefully they can find some common groud. We haven’t really had a government in a year, not with budget approvals anyways.

    We do not use any electronic voting machines

  9. forced said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:30

    WTF!!!! I thought Canadians were way smarter than ze amerikanzi
    it seems as if the canadians have been eating to much procesecd foods
    they are constipated!!!!!!thats why they voted for that disgraceful man.

  10. forced said,

    May 4, 2011 at 18:53

    @ambientone what Harper meant was that if u dont vote for me
    my good buddies the zionist israilies will destroy this economy to
    teach u canadians a lesson and it seems as if the Canadians picked up
    on it and they will make it look like the other parties did it
    this could go down as the first election in history to be won by indirect threats
    by its candidate. Canadas economy is perhaps being held hostage!!!(not killed yet)

  11. ME said,

    May 4, 2011 at 19:22

    Harper and the Conservatives got elected because the Liberals can’t get their act together. When the best they can do is Stephan Dion, Bob Rae or Michael Ignatief then you have to expect results like this.

  12. Andrew said,

    May 4, 2011 at 20:34

    Harper and the demented (christian zionists/proto fascists) conservatives were brought to us (Canadians) by the Bnai Brith, and our Israel Lobby. (google it people). We don’t have electronic voting machines here, but, a very heavy zionist dominated Media. SUN media for example could be coming straight from Tel Aviv not to mention the Aspers et al. And FYI the Liberals are also owned and operated by the Pro Israel people. Both parties must drink enormous amounts of zionist man milk just to keep operating. The US is almost finished and they’re slowly starting to learn how to read…so the parasite needs new blood, Canada. Enjoy, next stop war with Iran for Izzy!

  13. Amerikagulag said,

    May 4, 2011 at 21:22

    It’s neighbor to the south being already supplanted by the zionist entity, israel is looking for an additional country to call ‘host’ as this parasitic bunch of liars continue on their quest for global domination.

    Even a cursory examination of ‘history’ tells us that the claim of chosen-ness and a perceived god-given right to this land is based on complete fabrication

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  15. May 4, 2011 at 22:14

    Some people never learn. “War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength”–Orwell 1984

  16. James said,

    May 4, 2011 at 23:00

    Harper only received about 40% of the popular vote, and if voter turnout was near 50% he only really has 20% of Canada firmly behind him, and most of those people are ignorant “conservatives” who vote for the name of the party, not based on their track record, because where I am sitting ‘the Harper government’ (as they prefer to be called, not the government of Canada) is one of the least conservative political groups ever to control Canadian parliament, but most “conservatives” don’t seem to care to hear that.

  17. Mumpy bumby boo said,

    May 4, 2011 at 23:46

    I knew it was the voting machines. The machines that were used looked suspiciously like a picture of an israeli voting machine I saw recently in a report about Palestinian suffering that is dished out to them by the israelis on a daily basis, even in the areas of voting. Surely the zionists are responsible for this fraudulent election.

  18. M. Rocknest said,

    May 5, 2011 at 02:14

    Harper is the bane of Canada’s existence and all we can do is watch in horror as he herds us into the NAU trap, all the while gazing adoringly at his zio-masters. (Ever notice how his yamulka fits better than his toque?) I’m disgusted that Canadian voters were not smart enough to see the danger in giving Harper a majority stick to clutch in his chubby right fist. It’s going to be an agonizingly long term, watching what few advantages we might have over our southern neighbours disappear down the rabbit hole of this Israel loving, American idolizing, corporate pandering, government.

  19. mike said,

    May 5, 2011 at 02:48

    you would be wise to assume all elections are rigged until proven otherwise.

    scotland uses paper ballots,
    but they are electronically counted by machines biult by a company with ex-members of the 2 main party’s on the board!

    the last election for mayor-of-london,
    the exit-polling was handing a big majority to the BNP (nationalists.)
    so they suddenly stopped counting the ballots claiming that it was too late.
    the ballots went into “secure storage” till 2pm the next day.
    by the time the official count was announced the BNP had less votes than members!

    so even hand counted paper ballots can be rigged.
    incidentally, in the u.k. counting goes on as long as it takes – through the night and more.
    so the “it’s getting late” excuse was blatant BS.

    as far as i’m concerned *all* elections are BS these days.
    if you want honest elections the biggest problem is parties.
    ban parties and make all candidates independant and it gets much harder for any “hidden hand” to manipulate things.

  20. L said,

    May 6, 2011 at 02:30

    For the last time: WE DO NOT USE VOTING MACHINES! And you say Canadians don’t know how to read… Sheesh.

    I didn’t vote for Harper. I’ve never voted for the Conservatives. Many of my friends are just as shocked and disgusted as I am with the results. Part of the problem is our multi-party, FPTP system which can give a party a majority government with a small minority of votes. Another part of the problem is the rise of evangelical Christianity. It doesn’t matter what the issues are: these people will vote for whomever shares their views. In this case, that means Harper. (Wish someone would tell him how he’s being used… Not that he’d ever listen.)

    There’s going to be a lot of damage to undo in the next few years, that’s true. One of the biggest casualties of this election will be our international reputation. But please know that most of us did not vote for this government. The majority of Canadians (the ones who didn’t vote for Harper and his party) are not as stupid as you’re trying to paint us with that broad brush.

  21. Derek said,

    May 8, 2011 at 19:21

    Who said they voted for him because hes an Israeli firster. I am sure that was the last thing on their minds. Diplomats are supposed to be outwardly neutral yet he openly supports Israel. The man clearly does not know right from wrong!

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