Thursday, May 21, 2015

Kosher Seal of Approval for PM Stephen Harper?

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper returns today to Quebec, a province where his party hopes to make major gains in this fall's election.
And he's being honoured by a community which holds considerable sway over whether those gains will include a seat in Montreal.
The riding of Mount Royal is up for grabs this fall with Liberal MP Irwin Cotler stepping down.
About 30 per cent of the riding identified as Jewish in the last census — making the electoral district one of only a handful in the country where that community can swing an election if it votes en masse.
The Liberals have held the seat since 1940, but Montreal's influential Jewish Community Council appears set to give its stamp of approval to Harper.
The council is a religious organization, primarily concerned with certifying whether products are kosher and on Thursday's evening it will give the prime minister its King David Award.
"The King David Award is presented to an individual who is a light unto the world," reads a description of the honour on the event's Facebook page. "One whose courage, strength, intelligence and faithfulness are examples and inspirations for us all.
Should have read blight. A blight unto the world
"This year’s honouree has gone over and above the call of duty in every one of those attributes."
Suuure. If we're talkin' blight then yes Stephen Harper has gone over and above the call of duty
Harper's vocal support for Israel has drawn consistent praise from many segments of the Jewish community, who traditionally voted for the Liberals.

Identity politics in action- Too bad for ordinary run of the mill Canadians. 
See:Gilad Atzmon: From A to Zion and the despicable Identity Politics


  1. National embarrassment

  2. I rang doorbells and handed out blurbs to get this man elected- for which I am deeply ashamed! I have betrayed my own country! How does one explain that, to one's own children and grandchildren?

    1. you made a mistake- do what you can to correct it
      that's all I can say-
      Canada is certainly in dire straights- I can see it with my own eyes

    2. Upcoming election in October should correct all mistakes.

    3. Really!?! Who do you figure is going to accomplish that? "It does not matter how one votes- it's who counts the votes."- Josef Stalin.
      (Watch Sept. 15!)

  3. An award for this Jew d*** ducking ads clown?

    Honestly if he loves the criminal Jews so much then he should board the first flight out of Canada to go and live in their hell hole. Canada needs now more than ever leadership that only supports Canadians. Traitors are not welcome here period.

  4. Sorry my auto correct was on.

    I meant d*** sucking ass clown.

    1. Hey North
      like I said, blight, blight

  5. You went door to door for Harper? Then you were a fool. Any idiot could see what this guy was about long before he bought his way into power.

    1. a bit too harsh, everyone makes mistakes
      we canadians need to stick together and take back our country
      what's done is done
      down with identity politics- all of it- that would be a start
      and talk to anyone who will give you an ear

    2. Great response Penny

      WE all make mistakes in life, this person admitted it and knows - let us all be more accepting - after all the count on us being divided about shit that doesn't matter

      Just sayin;


  6. In 2003 'O Canada' sailed full steam into The Yehuda Triangle
    (New York - London - Tel Aviv)
    and out sailed Zio-America Jr.

    (ask Ernst Zundel)

    1. We must retrieve Canada then!
      For all who reside here.

    2. And for all the Empire's potential future victims who don't..

  7. In the upcoming 2015 October election, is Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, applying for the Canadian job or Israel job, when did Israel become a Canadian Province?

  8. He should register as a FOREIGN AGENT.

  9. About the coming elections, the Conservatives might win another majority thanks to rural Quebec and Quebec City. A revenge from nationalists? No! Blame it on demographics! People there are getting old, very old (according to a provincial report, Quebec's population is the second oldest in the world after Japan). There's a lot of ignorance about politics as well that makes people scared. And there is also a rampant conservatism that is fueled by "trash radios" that are very popular. The Conservatives know it and ministers visit them regularly while boycotting Radio-Canada (too left wing for them). So watch Quebec closely in october. Not Montreal and its suburbs, but the rest of it.

  10. I have always asked the question...where did Steve get his education...I mean indoctrination? My guess is he is a graduate of the "School of the Americas". Who knew what a fanatical Zionist he was back in the day when he was running for the Canadian Alliance on an anti-Meech Lake Accord platform. He was following the Soros colour revolution tactics before Soros.

    Oh well, he will definitely be toast after October.


  11. What could explain the ultra-Zionism of Harper?

    Look at one explanation. It contains a contradiction which make it suspicious:

    "Stephen Harper’s deceased father a key influence in PM’s support for Israel"@

    'OTTAWA — His father was an army cadet too young to see active service in the Second World War but who swore never to forget the horrors of the Holocaust...
    Joseph Harper, an accountant who became a member of the Presbyterian Church, was a student of military history who despised totalitarianism...
    Joseph Harper, an accountant who became a member of the Presbyterian Church, was a student of military history who despised totalitarianism.
    He had seen what it can produce, how Hitler’s Nazis had obliterated six million Jews from the face of Europe. He understood why the Jews wanted a Jewish state called Israel to prosper and be safe.
    All this left a mark on Stephen Harper that carried through into his years as Canada’s prime minister. By then, he had adopted a fervent and unapologetic pro-Israel policy.
    “It’s a promise he made to his father, a man who had experienced World War II and saw the depths to which humanity could go and how Jews were singled out in a particular war,” said Shimon Fogel, head of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs....
    (Daddy Joseph was at the same time: 'a cadet too young to see active service' and 'a man who had experienced World War II')!

    And something more explicit and direct:

    "Is Stephen Harper a Jew? May 21, 2012, by Henry Makow @

    Even Jews find Stephen Harper's pandering to be "creepy." In 2007, Toronto Jews were miffed to get Rosh Hashanah greetings from Harper's Conservative Party. How did they know I was Jewish? they demanded.
    Last year, Harper's Conservatives distributed pamphlets suggesting the other parties were anti-Semitic for criticizing Israeli actions.
    Harper is so pro-Jewish, some Jews are wondering if he isn't a crypto Jew himself.
    Stephen Joseph Harper is directly related to the bloodline of a German Jew, Hin(man) Johnston born February 5, 1825.
    The name "Hinman" was taken by Jews in the Germanic countries to circumvent the restrictive laws that began in 1790....
    Harper's wife, known as Laureen Teskey, claims roots from Ireland, a short staging area for Jews who went to the USA and Canada."

    Of course, there is always the simplest explanation of all, money. Simple, straightforward corruption through money, that is. Not that it would exclude the others!

    1. well isn't that all very, very interesting!
      So, why hide it? Because then all the other Canadians would be angered by the abuse of our nation's people in favour of another nation- oh yah, that's already happening
      I've never seen a PM, like him