Defence minister’s marching orders: end Canada’s combat mission in Iraq, Syria
Justin Trudeau delivers mandate letters to cabinet ministers mapping out their top priorities
By Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press Posted: Nov 13, 2015 12:21 PM ET Last Updated: Nov 13, 2015 4:21 PM ET
Despite all whining from the Con losers on this subject, Trudeau’s new defense minister has been ordered to do the right thing…
One of the reasons that Canada has remained comparatively safe during these ‘troubles’ is that we have not, until the Con regime, officially involved ourselves in an offensive way, in the exploitation of wars…but our hands aren’t clean.
There are a myriad of mining companies with Canadian origins that are putting us in a very bad light as they destroy the environment, exploit Third World workers, and conspire, hand in hand with corrupt national leaders, to make a fortune from natural resources while the citizens of those countries gain nothing but polluted environments. In places like Nigeria and Latin America, Canadian corps are destroying our public reputations with little or no oversight…
So, do we simply throw our hands up in the air, or huff and puff (like Obama) and really say nothing about the French attacks so prevalent in the news?
France has had a long history of colonization in the Arab and Southeast Asian world…
Morocco and Vietnam being two examples..that country has, also, a large population of immigrants who are essentially ghettoized and exploited, while being shunned by many native French.. the results being that homegrown dissent is prevalent, no need to worry much about imported threats.
England faces the same challenges, and probably other countries in Europe as well..
These chaotic ‘terrorist’ acts do not simply spring from infertile soil, fully formed. There is a sad pattern throughout the world of the decades of pain and misery caused by the social and economic slavery of any culture..and here in North America, we are lucky that the backlash of our own enslaved and exploited populations aren’t doing the same.
Every country involved in these issues, and, sadly, that seems to be a majority in the so-called First World, these days, needs to have a long hard look in the mirror, because redressing the imbalance is probably more important than worrying about saber-rattling and revenge as a workable solution to this ‘arbitrary’ violence and carnage.