June 13, 2006

June 13, 2006: Memory Lane: More Peace ...

..... and my cynicism

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Would I be a cynic for suggesting ........ that taxpayers' money has been used liberally to promote Liberal policies -- policies designed to garner the immigrant vote? You think not? Read on.

First they set up institutions or joined others such as the Aga Khan Foundation in doing so; for example, the Global Centre for Pluralism. Then one should look to see whether there are newly-created or newly-funded organizations, NGO's, clubs, "helping" associations, workshops, conferences, university studies, awards (e.g. to the Co-Director of the Prairie Centre), publicity ... all on the taxpayers' dime......... Funny how immigrants used to be able to integrate to Canadian society without all this input and THEY BECAME GOOD CANADIAN CITIZENS ........ but then the Liberals saw a vote cow to milk ....... with your money, of course.

PRAIRIE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR RESEARCH ON IMMIGRATION AND INTEGRATION PCERII e-NEWSLETTER A BI-MONTHLY ELECTRONIC PUBLICATION JUNE 15, 2005 ISSUE 10, VOL. 1

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER

The Prairie Centre is pleased to announce that our Co-Director, Dr. Baha Abu-Laban (University of Alberta), is the recipient of a lifetime achievement award ... Recognition of Immigrant Success and Endeavours (RISE) Awards program. Dr. Abu-Laban emigrated to Canada from Palestine more than 40 years ago ....

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SCHOLARSHIP WINNER

Kudos to PCERII Junior Research Scholar and graduate student, Ms. Marlene Mulder, who is the first recipient of the newly created Alberta Award for the Study of Canadian Human Rights and Multiculturalism........

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OTTTAWA

• GLOBAL CENTRE FOR PLURALISM

On April 18, 2005, the Government of Canada announced that it will become a partner in the Global Centre for Pluralism in association with the Aga Khan Development Network. The Global Centre for Pluralism will be a secular, not-for-profit, non-government institution with a mission to promote pluralism as a fundamental human value and a foundation for good governance, peace and human development. The Centre will bring together Canadians from all backgrounds and walks of life [From which political affiliation do you think participants will come who would be heavily involved?] to engage in research and dialogue about ethnic, cultural, and linguistic and religious diversity, with a view to helping foster pluralist institutions in the developing world. It will be the first such research institution globally that comprehensively focuses on pluralism as a key to development. [It would be great if action on this were to take place in Muslim countries such as Saudi Arabia which do not allow non-Muslim religious practice and who punish those Muslims who join other religions, I believe.]



Note that date ... when the taxpayers of Canada (were bilked again for Liberal causes) graciously gave $30-MILLION worth of taxpayer largesse to (garner the Aga Khan Ismaili votes) promote peace, along with the Aga Khan?

Let's see now, what exact date in April 2005 did Belinda Stronach find her true god--a Liberal god--and cross the House of Commons floor ... just in time to save Paul Martin's Liberal government?


Peruse the rest. Am I too cynical by half?

Search for travel opportunities: Argentina , UNESCO

Search for opportunities: COMMUNITY SCHOLAR IN LAW REFORM PROGRAM -- COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS IN CANADA

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