March 26, 2005

Muslim Schools, Saudi-Mosques-Report, UN: "Kofi's little lapdog", CCD, Soros, Drug Cartels & Acid Baths, Public School, US-Canada Relationship & More

Update to an earlier post on the Ottawa Islamic School:

Follow this thread on the public forums and discussion groups on the Canadian Coalition for Democracies

CIC urges Hebrew schoos not to teach reality Canadian Islamic Congress on 17:03:51 2005/03/24

As a reminder, Mohammed Elmasry is the Mulsim leader who said on Canadian television that all Israelis over the age of 18 are legitimate targets for suicide bombers. The police and the university where he teaches deemed this incitement to be acceptable. Having learned that Canada's hate laws don't apply to Muslims inciting the killing of Jews he is emboldened now to go one step further.

[. . . . ] [It goes on to quote a Media Communique March 23 from the University of Waterloo's Mohammed Elmasry and the CIC which he formed.]

Brian Lemon's comments

Re: Lies and hatred are the norm in Muslim schools posted by Al Gordon. There is more. Do check this thread.
Center for Religious Freedom, Mar. 24, 05


WASHINGTON, DC, January 28, 2005- Freedom House's Center for Religious Freedom released today a new report exposing the dissemination of hate propaganda in America by the government of Saudi Arabia.

[. . . . ] Among the key findings of the report:

* Various Saudi government publications gathered for this study, most of which are in Arabic, assert that it is a religious obligation for Muslims to hate Christians and Jews and warn against imitating, befriending, or helping them in any way, or taking part in their festivities and celebrations;

* The documents promote contempt for the United States because it is ruled by legislated civil law rather than by totalitarian Wahhabi-style Islamic law. They condemn democracy as un-Islamic;

* The documents stress that when Muslims are in the lands of the unbelievers, they must behave as if on a mission behind enemy lines. Either they are there to acquire new knowledge and make money to be later employed in the jihad against the infidels, or they are there to proselytize the infidels until at least some convert to Islam. [. . . . ]

There is much more.


Paris court upholds Soros conviction -- Appeal fails, billionaire to pay $2.9 million fine which leads to French court upholds Soros conviction Floyd Norris, International Herald Tribune, Mar. 25, 05

PARIS The conviction of George Soros, the billionaire investor and former fund manager, on insider trading charges was upheld on Thursday by a French appeals court, which rejected his argument that his investment in a French bank in 1988 was not based on confidential information. [. . . . ]

Search: European Court of Justice, Jacques Chirac, Pebereau, Suez, CGI, Paribas

Mexican Hit Men Dissolved Foes in Acid -Police

TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexican police said on Thursday they had arrested four drug cartel hit men who used acid-filled tubs to dissolve their victims' remains.

Police, who made the arrests in Tijuana, south of San Diego, California, late on Tuesday, said the men confessed to carrying out at least 15 murders for the Arellano Felix drug cartel and to using acid to dissolve some of their victims' bodies. [. . . . ]

Search: Drug-related kidnappings and slayings, rival Gulf cartel

Note: They traffic in the benign product, by the way, which our PM and his Liberal government want to decriminalize, albeit in small amounts. As long as men will commit unspeakable crimes to traffic in marijuana which came to prominence in the decade(s) of free love and smoking what must have seemed then a relatively harmless joint, this is one initiative which deserves re-thinking.

These drug cartels traffic in other drugs but I think this falls into Rudy Giuliani's theory of fixing the first broken windows and destroying the first graffitti in order to stave off more and even worse. As long as marijuana is illegal in the US, Canada will have drug gangs trying to make money growing powerful pot here and trekking it into the US.

Perhaps, I am wrong. At least, decriminalization of even small amounts of marijuana deserves sober and factual discussion in the House and respect for the views of all, not votes forced upon MP's via the PMO, which, undoubtedly, will be the case. Then the Liberal government would gain all those pot heads' votes. How base!

U.N. plans to reimburse discredited ex-employee Betsy Pisik, Mar. 24, 05 via World Net Daily

NEW YORK -- The United Nations yesterday struggled to explain why it will reimburse about $300,000 in legal fees accrued by Benon Sevan, the discredited former administrator of the U.N. oil-for-food program. [. . . . ]

New anti-U.N. TV ad debuts -- Charges Annan coddles terrorists, tyrants

[. . . . ] The new ad, "U.N. Photo Album," was produced by the group leading the effort to "Get the U.N. out of the U.S.," Move America Forward , and is expected to begin running on national cable news networks during the first week of April. It can be seen online at the group's website. [. . . . ]

You may form your own views about this but this paragraph, in particular, rang a definitely Canadian bell.

Parents: On the 'sin' of sending kids to public school -- Author shares harsh campus realities, urges parents to pull children

In the book, Shortt documents the pitfalls of public schools, saying the anti-Christian thrust of the governmental school system produces inevitable results: "moral relativism (no fixed standards), academic dumbing down, far-left programs, near absence of discipline and the persistent but pitiable rationalizations offered by government education professionals." [. . . . ]

Kofi Annan's eager little lapdog

Follow the discussion thread and you will come to this article: Re: Martin's faith in UN is sadly misplaced: Despot-dominated General Assembly doesn't deserve power Steven Edwards, National Post, March 23, 2005

The General Assembly count of 103 "not-free" or "partly free" countries comes from Freedom House, a respected human rights organization. But Mr. Annan bristled when I cited the figure in a question about the legitimacy of majority rule by Assembly members. [. . . . ]

Seriously, I am beginning, to question Paul Martin's ability -- his intelligence. Is he mad? A fool? Desperate? Deluded? Just read it.

In fact, there are so many articles and comments worth reading on the CCD webstie that I think you should just link and follow several threads such as the one listed below.

Conservatives join Liberals in moral equivalency game CCD Press Release, Mar. 25, 05

Is America going broke? -- Record deficits, colossal debt and no clear plan for digging itself out. If the U.S. sinks, it will take Canada down with it. March 02, 2005, Steve Maich

David Walker can see the future, and it scares the hell out of him.

That wouldn't be terribly unusual if he were one of the thousands of lobbyists, legislators and activists crawling all over Washington on any given day, pontificating about the urgency of their pet issues. There is a thriving industry here built on pushing policy prescriptions for every ailment, real or imagined. But Walker isn't a lobbyist or an activist, he's an accountant. His title is comptroller general of the United States, which makes him the head auditor for the most important and powerful government in the world. And he's desperately trying to get a message out to anyone who'll listen: the United States of America's public finances are a shambles. They're getting rapidly worse. And if something major isn't done soon to solve the country's intractable budget problems, the world will face an economic shakeup unlike anything ever seen before. [. . . . ]

Those of you who know more about big money than I do should at least investigate further. I have read the exact opposite opinion bruited about.

Bed the elephant -- We need much closer integration with the United States -- before it's too late March 23, 2005, Allan Gotlieb, Wendy Dobson, Michael Hart

Allan Gotlieb was Canada's ambassador to the U.S. from 1981 to 1988; Wendy Dobson is a professor at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management; and Michael Hart is the Simon Reisman chair in trade policy at Carleton University.

For more than 70 years, Canadians have profited from a close and mutually beneficial economic and security relationship with the United States, to the point that we assume it will never end. To make such an assumption is a grave mistake. In present global circumstances, nothing can be taken for granted.

Canada has much to learn from the European experience. The now 25 members of the European Union have worked assiduously to create the kind of beneficial interdependence that serves as a model of statecraft. They have done this by writing rules and building institutions to underwrite their great project and provide their citizens with the confidence that it will continue. Co-operation, shared experience and acceptance of common rules have become the basis of both European sovereignty and unity.

Canadians and Americans, on the other hand, have shied away from rules and institutions. For many years, we relied on a "special" relationship, shorthand for Americans being receptive to Canadian requests for special treatment. That disposition was conditioned by [. . . . ]


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