September 12, 2006

Sept. 12, 2006: Under the radar -- Media-NDP

Look further, deeper

On the War on Terror, Part III: Communist China’s Support for anti-U.S. Terrorists , September 11, 2005, D.J. McGuire, China-e Lobby -- Or here: Forum, posted by rosemarie59

[....] In the myriad of pro-democracy, anti-Communist events that I have been fortunate enough to attend, I am usually the only one who brings up the War on Terror (and I have nearly every time, in large part because I have written a book on this subject). Sadly, the consensus inside and outside the “movement” is that Communist China and the War on Terror are separate and distinct issues. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, when one examines our enemies in the War on Terror – the Taliban, al Qaeda, the Ba’athists in Iraq, and for the more expansive among us, the regimes of Syria, Iran, and Stalinist North Korea – one finds only two things they all hold in common: hatred for America, and support from the Chinese Communist Party.

[....] Communist China’s Xinhua press agency later produced a video on the 9/11/01 attacks “glorifying the strikes as a humbling blow against an arrogant nation” (London Telegraph).

The Communist leadership considered al Qaeda as “a check on U.S. power” (CNN) and only decided to back away from the terrorists after deciding that “now is not the time to take on the United States.” [....]

Lengthy, detailed, worth reading, it ends with:

The road to victory in the War on Terror ends not in Kabul, Baghdad, Tehran, or Damascus, but in Beijing. America will never be secure until China is free.

Analysis of the relationship between the NDP and the Liberals -- comments: an aspect of the NDP shenanigans that Canadians might miss, but be very interested in, posted by Ne0_North and rosemarie59

Jack Layton and the Media are just doing their job. Right now every time Layton says something controversial, the Media play it up as if it really matters. They should be relegating news like this to the end of the paper near the obituaries where it belongs, since the NDP is almost as dead as it can get. Instead, the Media play it up and get us talking about the NDP; meantime, the Liberano crime machine is making decisions and covering up scandals that the NDP could only dream of doing. Make no mistake, the NDP serve the Liberano's with every public appearance and statement; they will strive to pull the spotlight off the most corrupt party to rule over Canada to give them the time and freedom to recover from the exposed corruption that has and will continue to follow that party like a bad smell.


I agree. It seems almost too co-incidental to be by accident. I imagine Ignatieff and Rae have an implicit understanding that no matter who is crowned leader, the "loser" will be second banana. They are old friends, after all.

Related: search for "NDP grassroots for Afghan pullout", by Mike De Souza, National Post, Sept. 11, 06

[In that article, de Souza reports that] both the Canada-Israel Committee and the Muslim Canadian Congress are denouncing the NDP's "priority".

The Muslim group called the NDP "reckless and opportunistic", describing Layton's position as "a policy of appeasement" that would do nothing to help the people of Afghanistan. "By asking for an immediate withdrawl of Canadian troops, Mr. Layton demonstrates a naivete about the situation", said Farzana Hassan, president of the MCC.

Similarly, the Canada-Israel Committee denouced the resolutions as "one-sided and dangerously misinformed".

"Despite the efforts of some caucus members to steer the party toward a constructive set of resolutions, the NDP will now be known for its biased positions and for lending support and credibility to terrorists entities like Hezbollah and Hamas that are committed to the destruction of the State of Israel, said CIC national chairman Marc Gold.

Layton gets massive endorsement from NDP grassroots for massive pullout

Or here, QUEBEC (CP) - The NDP has officially become Canada's first major political party to call for a withdrawal of the country's troops from Afghanistan, Alexander Panetta, Sept. 9, 06

[.... Also,] A similarly huge majority of delegates also voted Saturday that Quebecers should be considered a nation within Canada, a special status long sought by sovereigntists and many federalists in the province.

Delegates also agreed that a result of 50 per cent plus one vote in a sovereignty referendum is sufficient for Quebec to achieve independence. [....]


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