Sustainable evidence demonstrates that Canada supports Nazism and terrorism, all within a framework of its on-going support for international lawlessness.
In classic examples of what author John McMurtry describes as "reverse projection", Canada embraces and nourishes the crimes that it projects on other countries.
Canada's support for Nazism is not a "one-off" aberration. In 2014, this author reported that Canada voted against a UN resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism. And now we've done it again.
Roger Annis reports in "Canada votes no on UN resolution condemning racism and neo-Nazism. Again." that Canada voted no to a November 19, 2015 UN resolution "on measures against the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that facilitate the escalation of modern forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance."
Canada's on-going support for neo-Nazism is no doubt connected to its support for the illegal, neo-Nazi infested regime in Ukraine. And the extremist elements are not a fringe group. Professor Vladimir Goldstein explains in "Ukraine's Descent into Fascism and How the West Turns a Blind Eye" that "just a few days ago, the leader of National Guard, Stepan Poltorak, was appointed as the Ukrainian minister of defense, signifying the fact that it is ultra-nationalists that are in control of the army, and not the other way around."
In yet another example of Canada's degenerate foreign policy, and its contempt for the principles of international law, Canada recently voted against the non-binding UN resolution, "The right of the Palestinian people to self-determination".
This rogue position is consistent with Canada's on-going neglect to address the root causes that generate the tragedy in Palestine and elsewhere). The Human Rights Council (HRC) of the UN, for example, recently called upon Israel to
Lift , immediately and unconditionally, the blockade on Gaza- Advertisement -
Cease all settlement-related activity, including the transfer of Israel's own population to the occupied territory
Implement the advisory opinion rendered on 9 July, 2004 by the International Court of Justice on the legal consequences of the construction of a wall in the Occupied Palestinian territory
These issues are perennially ignored as Canada hypocritically projects itself, both domestically and abroad, as a proponent of peace, law, and order, even as its policies foster war, lawlessness, and chaos.
Canada's advocacy -- and sponsorship -- of terrorism is best displayed in the context of its membership in NATO.