Canadian Liberal Party - always anti Israel ( but do not tell that to Canada's Jews)
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Submitted by james burke (Canada), May 8, 2008 at 06:44
The Canadian Liberal Party is the darling of Canada's Jews. Pierre Trudeau won all three times running in a jewish area. HerbGray, Sheila Feinstein, and Irwin Cotler etc all of them jews who are all sell outs to jewish community in montreal just in it for their pensions.
After the 6 Day War, the ONLY world leader to comment harshly on Israel was of course Paul Martin Sr. whose son was Canada's Prime Miister for about 20 minutes and once said that " muslim values are canadian values"
Source: www.thereliginofpeace.com - dhimmies of the month
The great lester b pearson ( whom LBJ once threw around ike a bag of potatoes ) had not a word to say when Egypt demanded that the UN ( his pet project) to leave the area in May/June 1967.
But even more anti Israel party is the New Democrat Party under Jack Layton- they have blamed both the arabs and the Israelis for the lack of peace.
But their are for sure even worse examples- British Labor Party under Gordon Brown featuring ....
Ken "Red" Livingstone - easily won the London muslim vote but still lost the election to the dismay of internationalist Gordon Brown who now forbids the use of the word muslim and calls islamic terorism 'anti islamic activities"
source: www.thereligionofpeace.com - dhimmies of the month
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