The tyranny of the courts: The case of Omar Khadr

William Davis


Trump supporters are still reeling from the ability of the courts to paralyze his presidency. This is due to a thoroughly biased courts and legal system, filled with liberal lawyers and judges — churned out by ideologically corrupt law schools and universities — who arrogantly impose their tyranny. They sanctimoniously trot out the holy Constitution to say that Trumps’ executive orders are ‘”unconstitutional,” which simply means that liberals disagree with them. They invoke the Constitution as though it were a law of physics: unambiguous, objectively and eternally true. Any reader will know that the constitution is a joke, whose interpretation can change radically depending on who sits on the bench or who tilts the ideological balance of the Supreme Court.

A recent story from Canada puts this in its plainest terms. It is the case of Omar Khadr, a former Al Qaeda fighter who sued the Canadian government for “conspiring with the U.S. in abusing his rights.” The Canadian government recently decided to settle with Khadr for over 10 million Canadian dollars (over 8 million U.S. dollars), although it is entirely mysterious what the responsibility of the Canadian government actually is.

‘Canadian’ Omar Khadr was captured in Afghanistan in 2002 while fighting with the Taliban. (source: Wikipedia)

Here is the story: Khadr is a Canadian citizen and Al Qaeda fighter who was captured in Afghanistan in 2002 during a firefight in which U.S. troops were injured and killed. He was then detained in Guantanamo for about ten years and pleaded guilty, among other things, to “murder in violation of the laws of war.” During that time, he was interrogated on a number of occasions by Canadian intelligence officers doing a normal job of collecting information on one of their citizens accused of terrorism, especially given the fact that he would eventually be transferred back to Canada.

In 2010, Canada’s Supreme Court ruled that these interrogations “offended the most basic Canadian standards of the treatment of detained youth suspects” and that the involvement of Canadian officials in the interrogations violated his rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This Charter is holy scripture in Canada, comparable to the U.S. Constitution or the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It is relentlessly invoked by Canadian liberal activists to justify their endless demands when it comes to protected groups like racial minorities or homosexuals.

This ruling is ludicrous: Khadr was detained by U.S. military authorities in Guantanamo and it is therefore very hard to blame the Canadian government for that. Moreover, videos of these interrogations exist and were even featured in a propaganda film made by human rights activists—called You Don’t Like the Truth: Four Days Inside Guantanamo—in 2010. This film contains nothing convincing: some of those boring and uneventful interrogations interspersed with interviews of Khadr’s lawyer, cellmates, relatives, and human rights activists complaining (sometimes rightfully) about the conditions of his detention in Guantanamo by U.S. military authorities. But the case for implicating the Canadian government and forcing taxpayers to make a multimillionaire of Khadr is as flimsy as it can be. The legal argument presented by Khadr’s lawyers is twisted and circumlocutory to an extent that only a member of a fashionable minority benefitting from the full support of the politically correct press, activist lawyers and biased courts could possibly sell it. Only the most conspiratorial liberal mind could see a responsibility lying with the Canadian government.

Some comments on these interrogation videos clearly capture the delirious mood of the media regarding that story. Andrew O’Hehir wrote in Salon that

Based on what we see in the painful, revealing documentary […], Khadr became a sort of ritual sacrifice by the Canadian government, an offering to its American allies and/or overlords.[1]

On an equally conspiratorial tone, Peter Bradshaw wrote in The Guardian that

His unseen interrogator here is a Canadian intelligence officer […] permitted by the Americans to question the prisoner on the understanding that a friendly seeming fellow countryman might cause Khadr to open up and give the US valuable intelligence. So far from being a respite from torture, this insincere friendly chat is a hideous refinement of cruelty: a horrifying turn of the screw.[2]

In such a suffocating atmosphere of political correctness and distorted facts, it is not surprising that Omar Khadr sued the Canadian government and obtained what he wanted.

Demonstrators demanding the repatriation of Khadr to Canada. (source: Wikipedia)

That Khadr is a Canadian citizen is itself preposterous. He was born in Canada in 1986 to Palestinian and Egyptian immigrant parents. He then spent his childhood travelling between Canada and Pakistan. His mother wanted to raise her six children away from Canada, as she disliked its “Western social influences.”[3] In 1992, Khadr’s father was injured in Pakistan and the family returned to Canada, obviously to take advantage of Canada’s generous public healthcare system. The family then returned to Pakistan, where a few years later his father was arrested and accused of funding the Egyptian Islamic Jihad. He was later released. The family then moved to Afghanistan in 1996, which eerily corresponds to the Taliban’s takeover of the country.

This parasitic use of the Canadian passport to secure healthcare benefits and court settlements is scandalous, but all too common. However, the people generally keep a firmer grip on their common sense than the elites running the institutions. This exorbitant settlement shocked many and a recent poll shows that more than 70% of Canadians believe the government made the wrong decision in awarding Khadr such a large sum. Recently questioned about this, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrogantly replied that

The measure of a just society is not whether we stand up for people’s rights when it’s easy or popular to do so, it’s whether we recognize rights when it’s difficult, when it’s unpopular.[4]

Adding that “‘we all end up paying’ when governments fail to respect the rights of its people.”[5]

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau courting different voters (sources: Huffington Post, Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald)

This is not the first time thatCanadian taxpayers have had to pay exorbitant sums to a Muslim allegedly mistreated by foreign governments. The most high-profile case before was that of Maher Arar, a dual Syrian/Canadian citizen who was arrested by U.S. authorities at JFK airport following the September 11th attack and deported to Syria, where he apparently underwent abuse at the hands of Syrian authorities. Arar was later completely cleared. Backed by the full Canadian media, and the same crowd of activist lawyers and biased courts, he was awarded over 10 million dollars back in 2006. The responsibility of the Canadian government (and taxpayers) is just as mysterious. But who cares when the institutions must endear themselves to fashionable minorities backed by lobbies of disproportionate influence, even if at the expense of the muzzled white taxpayer? After all, it’s nobody’s money.

Such antics only result in the people gradually losing trust in the institutions that are supposed to represent them. This is the good part of the story.

William Davis is a freelance writer.


[1]
Andrew O’Hehir, “”You Don’t Like the Truth”: Our first look at a Gitmo interrogation”. Salon. Oct. 1, 2011.

[2]
Peter Bradshaw, “Four Days Inside Guantánamo — review”, The Guardian, Oct. 6, 2011.

[3]
“Omak Khadr”, Wikipedia.com.

[4]
Quoted from The Guardian, “Trudeau argues Omar Khadr settlement was right thing to do amid backlash”, 13 July, 2017

[5]
Ibid.

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34 Comments to "The tyranny of the courts: The case of Omar Khadr"

  1. August 1, 2017 - 10:52 pm | Permalink

    Ah another great quote from Mr. Trudeau! Though still not as good as his Canada is the first postnational state with no core identity quote.

    “This Charter is holy scripture in Canada, comparable to the U.S. Constitution or the Civil Rights Act of 1964.” But it should be noted it is even worse than the constitution as unlike the constitution it isn’t about liberties but about imposing ‘equality.’

    Canada yes!

  2. Sandy's Gravatar Sandy
    August 1, 2017 - 11:48 pm | Permalink

    That was a good summary of what is going on in Canada. The Conservative Stephen Harper came to power in February of 2006 and I can’t imagine why he would allow a $10 Million payment to Arar. Trudeau, on the other hand may just be following the Vatican’s agenda. According to Faithful Insight, a Canadian Catholic Magazine (vol 3 issue5, June 2017) the archbishop of Montreal gave Trudeau Holy Communion and allowed him to speak from the sanctuary at a mass marking Montreal’s 375 anniversary. The same magazine in Vol 3, issue 3 goes on about how Pope Francis supports the U.N.’s 2030 Agenda. Other Catholic sources would indicate that the Vatican (as distinct from the Catholic church?) is completely infiltrated and is pushing for the NWO. Trudeau is merely an obedient servant of his one world masters and siphons of our money to the Occupation People every chance he gets. At least that’s how it looks to me..

  3. Mike's Gravatar Mike
    August 2, 2017 - 2:05 am | Permalink

    Judges in Canada have a sworn duty to uphold the law as it is, rather than some private version. See http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/C.R.C.,_c._1242/FullText.html

    It is, presumably the same for judges in America. Perverting the course of justice is misconduct in public office.

    Don is the sort of chap who could, would and should put bent officials in prison. An opportunity is going to waste.

  4. Bramble's Gravatar Bramble
    August 2, 2017 - 6:49 am | Permalink

    The usual moderator for this website is very sensible and fair, as is Dr. MacDonald, but they must both be on their summer holidays now, [snip]
    ——–
    (Mod. Note: “Bramble”, nobody is on vacation and everything is exactly the same. Many comments never get approved, on a daily basis. Short “chatty” one-liners of agreement (or otherwise) often don’t get approved because they don’t ADD VALUE to the site and its main purpose. Non-approved comments aren’t necessarily “bad” or “hostile” (although some are), but the decision is made based on whether they ADD VALUE to the topic at hand and don’t clutter up the comment section. “Chatty” comments belong in a chat-type site like “Chatango”, not at TOO. Per site owner’s instruction: “Less is More”.)

    • royAlbrecht's Gravatar royAlbrecht
      August 4, 2017 - 10:38 am | Permalink

      I am in full agreement with this policy… I too am occasionally not allowed to post comments because in retrospect they just are not up to snuff… Do not take their decision not to allow the odd post to go up personally… Take it as a sign that you are being intellectually lazy.

  5. August 2, 2017 - 7:09 am | Permalink

    There is a huge difference between the cases of Arar and Khader.

    Mr. Arar was a decent man, well educated and a contributing member of Canada, and his arrest was indeed completely out of line. The settlement was high yes. But a one shot deal to a man who had indeed been hideously treated.

    But this punk is another story entirely, one I have followed from the beginning. You do not see the photo of him as a teen cockily parading hands and feet of victims swinging from a stick any more. It has … disappeared. His family is uncivilized, his mother atrociously rude.

    But under a PM who declares Canada to be the first post-national state, whatever the hell you want to decipher that as meaning, expect more pandering to the Muslim vote. Consider that Harper overdid the Jewish vote pandering and Trudeau’s handlers were searching for more base votes…. bring on the Muslims. Just saying.

  6. August 2, 2017 - 8:42 am | Permalink

    The Canadian government recently decided to settle with Khadr for over 10 million Canadian dollars (over 8 million U.S. dollars), although it is entirely mysterious what the responsibility of the Canadian government actually is.

    Can you say “PAYOFF” boys and girls?

    While I no longer spend time trying to fathom the depth or reason behind these tea-cup deceptions, it is certain when such mysterious and inexplicable things happen, e.g. “why is the Canadian government responsible?”, one can bet the event was, one, carefully orchestrated for certain psychological effects upon targeted segments of the public, and two, has little to do, if anything, with “reality” presented by the media.

    So the story one sees here is not the story at all, but an illusion created by the master illusionists to facilitate yet another nuance in their web of deceit, orchestrated to achieve their grand scheme. The goyim are simply far too ignorant, too gullible and too stupid to comprehend, let alone ask relevant questions about what is happening to their world and so it proceeds as if on rails.

    The Jews complete domination of the world’s wealth, combined with the cupidity and greed of base, human, nature, has doomed the white race and their hard-won civilization to extinction. It’s only a matter of time now.

    • Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
      August 2, 2017 - 6:08 pm | Permalink

      It’s a mistake, I believe, to extrapolate too much from the present situation. A System built on whites financing their own subjugation is inherently unstable. Buying apathy doesn’t come cheap.

  7. pictorex's Gravatar pictorex
    August 2, 2017 - 10:12 am | Permalink

    Easy to whip up outrage by omitting key facts, i.e., that the Guantanamo detention facility is entirely illegal under international law, that Omar was a boy of 15 when seized in Afghanistan and illegally imprisoned without charge, that his confession was clearly coerced and extracted without a proper judicial proceeding and that the Canadian government under Zionist stooge Harper did nothing to protect his rights as a Canadian citizen. It was his terrorist father who was primarily responsible for his presence in Afghanistan. The settlement does seem excessive, especially since it will be paid by Canadian taxpayers, rather than by former PM Harper and members of his administration who were personally responsible for this miscarriage of justice.

    • DAI CAERPHILLY's Gravatar DAI CAERPHILLY
      August 2, 2017 - 2:15 pm | Permalink

      Hanging is what should be done to these traitors. How the hell are people just letting this happen is beyond me. You who are young in Canada and Europe have hell to look forward to. Ive warned for years the people I speak to but think im an extremist racist. Screw them

      • Jim Edwards's Gravatar Jim Edwards
        August 2, 2017 - 8:44 pm | Permalink

        Would you start hanging the judges first? Violencia can be a great teacher, and with the shenanigans and “work to rule” of a legal system only doing 88% of the work it did 10 years ago, is is any wonder that the Jordan ruling is releasing accused murderers etc. back into society sans a trial.

        And yet the judges and courts get annual funding increases well in excess of the rate of inflation. It’s truly a broken system requiring a purge – but please begin at the law schools.

  8. Forever guilty's Gravatar Forever guilty
    August 2, 2017 - 3:18 pm | Permalink

    Yes, its like affirmative action in Criminal Justice. Be a right genetic type (preferably Middle Eastern) , right religion, prove your hate of Western (White) civilization and its people and you would be awarded 10 million dollars.

  9. August 2, 2017 - 8:55 pm | Permalink

    First: WHAT does this Canadian case have to do with Donald Trump, president of the UNITED STATES?
    Second: If Canada wants to tax its productive citizens to pay for medical care for … its less-productive citizens, that’s CANADA’s fault, not Pakistan’s or anyone else’s. If they’d dump that whole rotten system, they’d get a lot fewer “citizens” than are featured in this article in the first place.

  10. Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
    August 3, 2017 - 1:00 am | Permalink

    Out of topic, but crossed my mind now. Soviet communism was genocidal anti-White when the country was run by Jews. Same as in USA today.

    We don’t need a communism with human face, we need a communism with an Arian nose. Same, a capitalism with an Arian nose ain’t that bad either.

  11. Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
    August 3, 2017 - 9:04 am | Permalink

    I have no use for the Khadrs and their ilk, who have been flooding Canada for decades. However this article, like virtually all others on the topic miss, or avoid, several points.
    What needs to be put up front is that a former Liberal government intervened to bring the Khadrs to Canada as “refugees” in the 70s. The fact that subsequent governments, both Liberal and Conservative, failed to monitor the Khadrs movements and actions in order to continue to allow them to retain their citizenship, is not Omar Khadr’s fault, any more than his being taken to Afghanistan by his father to be educated there. As for Khadr being an “al Qaeda fighter” obviously William Davis does not believe that al Qaeda is a CIA/MI6 (and likely Israeli) creation to which most people paying attention would attest.
    No one wants to discuss the fact that the presence of US/NATO troops in Afghanistan was an unlawful aggressive war launched against an innocent country using the false flag of the events of September 11, 2001 as an excuse. The FBI, at no time prior or subsequent to the event ending in Omar Khadr’s capture, listed Osama Bin Laden on their most wanted list for the event, stating that there was no evidence of his involvement. This only confirms that the US/NATO illegally invaded Afghanistan.
    Khadr was, chronologically at least, a child at the time of the event. Under the Geneva Conventions, children are not treated the way Khadr was, and Guantanamo Bay type facilities are prohibited.
    Had the Liberal Government of Jean Chretien and the Conservative Government of Steven Harper done what they were obligated to do – intervene on Omar Khadr’s behalf – as Tony Blair’s Labour Government did for British citizens held at Guantanamo Bay rather than collude with the US Government to prosecute Khadr, this lawsuit would never have been launched.
    It should also be noted that the military court at Guantanamo Bay had already decided Khadr was guilty when he arrived; the evidence was not beyond a reasonable doubt; that in a civil trial a conviction, in all probability, would never have been successful; and that the US Government made it clear that unless there was a plea deal with Khadr, he would never be leaving Guantanamo Bay.
    The above were part of the case before the Courts.
    Again, I have zero use for the Khadrs and the other 3rd world sludge being pumped into Canada, but it was obvious to me from the beginning of this fiasco that this would be the result once Khadr had access to the Canadian Court system. In my opinion, the Court didn’t go far enough. It should have named the names of those in government responsible for breaching Khadr’s rights. There is a legal thought along the lines of the worst cases make the best legal arguments. This is due to people being caught up in the emotional baggage related to the accused rather than following due process. That is exactly what happened here.

    • August 3, 2017 - 2:10 pm | Permalink

      This problem was entirely the creation of Canadian government(s), as detailed above. Nothing to do with Trump, nor with al Qaeda. The courts have handled it the best way they could, given the hot potato that was dumped in their lap.

    • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
      August 4, 2017 - 1:04 pm | Permalink

      Thanks to Curmudgeon for a comment that patiently demonstrates the shortsightedness or erroneousness inherent in many of the article’s statements and underlying assumptions.

  12. Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
    August 3, 2017 - 1:04 pm | Permalink

    Meanwhile there is this character in the media, a Green Party member in Germany, called Tobias Weihrauch. The person doesn’t exist, but I am comment in various forums as follows.

    http://blog.hoaxmap.org/2016/11/11/tobias-weihrauch-der-erfundene-gruene/

    Must be a trap same as Rabinovich, Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the letter of Baruch Levi to Karl Marx. I mean, Protocols and the letter of Baruch Levi are provably true and false at once. They are true because we see them happening. They are false because Baruch Levi didn’t exist at that time, and because Protocols contain many cut and paste from literary work. This is the same class of tricks. (((They))) let us know all of their intentions, and discredit us while we cry wolf. They the wolf has a field trip on us. Same happened with the Dreyfus affair, which was a Jewish joke on us.

  13. Cecil Henry's Gravatar Cecil Henry
    August 4, 2017 - 7:36 am | Permalink

    Jail for Justin. He’s a treasonous criminal as is most of the political elite and MSM in Canada

    It is also a habit of tyrants to prefer the company of aliens to that of citizens at table and in society; citizens, they feel, are enemies, but aliens will offer no opposition.” –Aristotle
    https://i.imgur.com/LYSWBPy.jpg

    • Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
      August 4, 2017 - 10:05 am | Permalink

      At the risk of splitting hairs, as Justin’s treason is one of supporting an undeclared war by invasion, high treason was punishable by death, not jail. Unfortunately, I believe the death penalty for high treason was abolished by the government of Trudeau v1.0.

      • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
        August 4, 2017 - 12:52 pm | Permalink

        In this pessimistic context, friend Curmudgeon, I’m counting on you to pardon me for recalling an all-time favorite pessimistic epigram:

        Treason doth never prosper: what’s the reason?
        Why, if it prosper, none dare call it treason.

        Also, a hat tip to Cecil Henry for the best use in 2017 of a citation from Aristotle in his capacity as authoritative source and insightful observer!

        • Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
          August 5, 2017 - 7:02 am | Permalink

          Pierre,
          I was caught up in a moment of wishful thinking.
          I note however, that certain John Stormer authored a book about politicians, long ago, titled “None Dare Call It Treason”, which would generealy apply in Canada as well.

  14. royAlbrecht's Gravatar royAlbrecht
    August 4, 2017 - 11:18 am | Permalink

    (Mod. Note: Roy, first I [REDACTED] two terms, then I had to not approve the comment due to your point about Zundel not being clear. Please don’t muddy up TOO with that or similar diction which might make trouble for the site editors. We all know you’re capable of making your point without it. Reword and then resubmit the comment, please)

    • Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
      August 5, 2017 - 6:49 am | Permalink

      Roy,
      The “false news” law was never stricken. It has, however, been amended to comply with the Supreme Court ruling in the Zundel case.
      http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-46/section-181.html
      After watching, or listening to, the “news” I am left scratching my head at the lack of charges being laid against television and radio networks. The newspapers usually employ enough weasel words in articles to give them some wiggle room.

      • royAlbrecht's Gravatar royAlbrecht
        August 6, 2017 - 9:48 am | Permalink

        If you look at the date this Law was “…amended…” on the Canadian Government website, you will see that it was amended a day or two after I published my original comment at TOO…

        Call me paranoid, but IMO the government has their eye on this (TOO) site. If I am correct my next question would be…, I wonder why? LOL

        Just in case Trudeau and his [redacted] dogs are watching…, I would like to offer him a hearty German middle finger up his Jew [redacted] !!

        • Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
          August 7, 2017 - 8:07 am | Permalink

          The link was to the most recent version of the Criminal Code. There are other versions on-line dating back to 2003, with the same wording for Section 181.
          I am fully aware of the power of the (((lobby))) in Canada in both political and judicial arenas, have witnessed it first hand in both venues.
          As for paranoia, my usual response is: Just because you are paranoid, it doesn’t mean that someone isn’t out to get you.

    • royAlbrecht's Gravatar royAlbrecht
      August 6, 2017 - 9:40 am | Permalink

      How is this?…:

      IT’S “…THE JEWS…” STUPID !!! (I like to use this simple statement as a kind of all encompassing motto)

      Ernst Zündel, a German landed immigrant to Canada in the late 50’s, a graphic artist, publisher and defender of German actions during WW2…, –
      including publishing largely other professionals’ peer reviewed writings that totally contradicted the Jew-proxy controlled establishment’s version of WW2 history…, including their now largely discredited story of the systematic extermination of Jews by the Nazi regime…, –
      was imprisoned IN CANADA multiple times (but eventually exonerated each time) because his revisionist efforts were actually beginning to reach a main stream audience and were threatening to expose the lies within in the Jewish lock on history not only within Canada but on a global level…, especially those lies surrounding events of the so called “…Holocaust (TM)…”.

      From the Zündelsite:

      http://www.zundelsite.org/archive/zundel_persecuted/who_is_zundel.html

      “…After being held for two weeks
      [This is my clarification: …ILLEGALLY IN THE USA, BECAUSE AT FIRST THE JEWS…, WHO WORKED TOGETHER ACROSS THE U.S-CANADIAN BORDER…, WANTED TO DEPORT Zündel STRAIGHT TO GERMANY…],
      he was deported to Canada and for two years – from mid-February 2003 to March 1, 2005 – he was held in solitary confinement in the Toronto West Detention Centre, on the pretext that he is a threat to national security.”

      In a “…remarkable coincidence…” Zündel was being held in the cell directly next to Omar Ahmed Sayid Khadr who was being held under the same National Security Certificate.
      A Law that was very similar to and hastily ushered in throughout Western Nations,
      where Jews have virtual proxy control,
      after the events of 9-11.

      In essence, “…the Jews…” used this “…National Security Law…” to get the truth-telling, [Redacted]-Lie-of-the-[redacted]-Jew Whistle-blower, Zündel, confined and deported to Germany…, a country still under occupation by the now largely “…Jew..” proxy controlled “…Allies of WW2…”, and a country with NO FREE SPEECH RIGHTS…

      Immediately after the “extra-territorial rendition”, an action that was taking place quite frequently during those years, via private jet, in the middle of the night and, the jailing of Zündel in Germany, the Canadian Law used to deport and jail Zündel in Germany was “…found to be unconstitutional…” in Canada by the “…Canadian Supreme Court…”.

      Thereafter the Jews used “…this finding…” to start lobbying on Khadr’s behalf who was still being held in solitary confinement in Toronto.

      This most recent 10 million dollar payout to Khadr is a second payout to the original 37 million dollars “..he…” was awarded…,
      [the reality of it is, is that the Jewish lawyers and all the rest of the Jews involved (judges, press, admin., etc…) got the lions share of this money]
      if memory serves me correctly…,
      around 2006.

      So “…Jews…” have so far extracted between 45 and 50 million Canadian tax payer dollars for that killer Khadr…,
      the bulk of which has gone to (((the establishment’s))) own thieving legal coffers.

      But let us be clear about one thing…, IMO the Americans had/have no business being in Afghanistan in the first place, but did/are doing so because their country is now largely under virtual proxy control by Jewish Globalists and their defenders.
      So in essence, the American whom Khadr killed was an unfortunate victim within an American population that is largely complicit by sins of omission in a proxy war being waged for all the wrong reasons.

      But nobody mentions any of this because of course…, Zündel, as a German [redacted] Lie of the Thieving Jew Whistle-blower, having not only never broken a single Canadian law, but actually had a False News Law stricken from the Canadian Legal books for being unconstitutional (that may have at a later date been amended), and was denied Canadian Citizenship for nearly 50 years before being deported, was never really considered a human being and therefore had no human rights in Canada.

      Any way you look at it…,

      IT’S “…THE JEWS…” STUPID !!!

  15. silviosilver's Gravatar silviosilver
    August 4, 2017 - 11:21 pm | Permalink

    Recently questioned about this, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrogantly replied that

    “The measure of a just society is not whether we stand up for people’s rights when it’s easy or popular to do so, it’s whether we recognize rights when it’s difficult, when it’s unpopular.”[4]

    Adding that “‘we all end up paying’ when governments fail to respect the rights of its people.”

    I happen to agree with Trudeau completely here. To my way of thinking, the willingness to keep a government on its own toes, especially when doing so is unpopular, is unquestionably an indication of a higher state of civilization.

    It’s true that “human rights” language is often little more than an attempt to sneak in equalitarianism, but the concept can nonetheless stand on its own two feet, so it frustrates me that white activists view human rights as an intrinsic impediment to white racial interests. As a matter of fact, as Hillary Clinton once famously said about women’s rights, “White rights are human rights, and human rights are white rights.”

    • RoyAlbrecht's Gravatar RoyAlbrecht
      August 7, 2017 - 10:10 am | Permalink

      Trudeau is a triple speaking Jew owned mouth piece. Ask him if that includes people who contest the Jewish lies of the [Redacted] of the Jews by the Nazis during WW2 and you will see how quickly he shirks back on his double talk.

      He uses noble “…Voltaireian…” language when Jews are in effect stealing tax payer money from the Goyem and distributing it to Corrupt Jews and Murderous Islamics, but when a German rightfully calls the Jew what he is and proves as much…, there is no such defense.

      IMO, Trudeau is a slimy spin-meister with a coterie of rabbinate turning the recordings and nothing more. I would not give that worm with a plastic surgeon even an inch of credit to his name.

  16. Les's Gravatar Les
    August 6, 2017 - 4:08 pm | Permalink

    I found out earlier today that Ernst Zundel has died of heart failure at 78. The way he was treated by the Canadian government was an absolute disgrace. He was a legal immigrant, had his own business and was not on welfare and was law abiding – apart from the Stalinist like thought crime of being a holocaust revisionist.
    http://codoh.com/library/categories/1130/

    • RoyAlbrecht's Gravatar RoyAlbrecht
      August 7, 2017 - 6:53 am | Permalink

      It saddens me to hear of Ernst Zündel’s passing into the Spiritual Realm.
      However, as Zündel was a Literary Warrior on Earth, there is no doubt he will be a Spiritual Kommando by the side of Christ in the Heavens.

      We did not lose a valiant crusader in life with Zündel’s passing, we gained a Spiritual Wotan-Samurai who will wield Þor’s Hammer and Myamoto Musachi’s Katana and Wakizashi together more effectively than ever against the Spiritual Plague that is embodied by World Jewry.

      Zündel left this world as a Pacifistic Lamb, but make no mistake, his ascension into the Heavens will transform him into a Lethal and Fearsome Tiger among the Spirits.

      All Freedom Loving Aryans must, with renewed vigour, make a Great Concerted Push in their battle with the Crippled and Deformed Beast that is World Jewry as a tribute to Ernst Zündel.
      He deserves this tribute and will be watching over us and protecting us while we battle in our own individual fights as Holy Warriors of God Almighty.

    • RoyAlbrecht's Gravatar RoyAlbrecht
      August 7, 2017 - 7:54 am | Permalink

      I would also like TOO readers…, including the directors of this site to consider this YouTube video:

  17. William Grfiffiths's Gravatar William Grfiffiths
    August 9, 2017 - 9:35 am | Permalink

    6 July 2017

    The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau
    Office of the Prime Minister
    80 Wellington Street
    Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

    Dear Prime Minister:
    Search for Justice: William Griffiths

    The announcement of the large payment to be made to Mr. Omar Khadr to compensate him for actions taken by the Government of Canada (GOC) invites comparison with my own situation. I hold no opinion regarding the merits of the Khadr situation as I do not have sufficient facts to form a valid opinion. However, in my case, I am clearly the victim of persecution by GOC. I have done nothing wrong to invite this persecution.

    I am a Canadian citizen, born in Canada. My father fought in the Canadian army at the Battle of Vimy Ridge, was wounded, was subjected to electric shock by GOC and was unable to work thereafter. One result was that I was raised in poverty, and in effect without a father, courtesy of the Government of Canada.

    I later served as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Following my military service I took some university degrees and became a successful and respected international consultant in economic development. I have provided advisory services at a senior (ministerial) level to the governments of about thirty countries.

    About 15 years ago the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Canada deliberately destroyed my life through completely unjustified and illegal actions directed at me specifically and individually. Proof of this is available in the files of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. I have obtained copies of some of the documents through the Access to Information Act. The evidence shows clearly that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is engaged in an ongoing conspiracy to cover up their reprehensible actions. These actions have violated my human rights, destroyed almost every aspect of my life and left me in a state of poverty. More than ten and possibly as many as twenty named persons have directly participated in this conspiracy. The documentary evidence suggests that they are supported in this cover-up by the Office of the Attorney General, the Federal Court and the RCMP. The RCMP themselves are in deliberate violation of the law as part of this cover-up. Senior members of the government, including some in the Office of the Prime Minister, are aware of the situation but refuse to address or even acknowledge the matter.

    The reports in the case of Omar Khadr say that the government violated global law by not protecting its own citizen. In my case, I have never asked for government protection. Quite the reverse, I have been gratuitously attacked by the government of my country. Why? I have never hurt anybody, let alone killed. I have never been arrested. I have directed major projects in the USA and many developing countries. I have sat at the roadside in rural Afghanistan talking to unidentified groups of Afghan tribesmen to get information for the US government. I have helped poor people, especially children, in developing countries with my own funds.

    I think my record would compare most favourably with that of Omar Khadr. All I have asked is that the Government of Canada conduct a fair hearing of the matter. I do not need an apology; only simple justice.

    My life expectancy is now relatively short. I am living in very difficult circumstances. Because of the action of the government, I am separated from my family and I am unable to support them. I may well be living on the street before the end of this year. I have nothing more to lose. I believe I have taken all of the action possible within the law to resolve the situation. I am now waiting for the results of a second RCMP “investigation” – an internal investigation of their first investigation. I am actively considering the possibility of more aggressive means to get the attention of the Government of Canada if this second RCMP investigation is as meaningless as was the first. Put yourself in my position. What would you do?

    Mr. Trudeau, you have an opportunity and in fact a responsibility to correct a gross injustice perpetrated by the Government of Canada against a citizen of Canada. I would sincerely appreciate an early response indicating your intention to consider this matter and take positive action without further delay.

    Thank you for your attention,

    William Griffiths

    • RoyAlbrecht's Gravatar RoyAlbrecht
      August 10, 2017 - 5:53 am | Permalink

      I think you will have a much better response if you:

      1) Convert to Islam,

      2) Enter any church with a predominantly White congregation and slit the throats of as many members as possible before you are forcefully taken down,

      3) Get yourself a pack of avaricious Jewish Bay Street lawyers who work on the Government payroll,

      4) And claim your rights were violated because you were prevented from exercising your Islamic Faith in a country where multicultural diversity and tolerance entitle you to execute all non-Moslems.

      5) And make a prior deal with your pack of Jewish lawyers to give them 90% of the settlement if more than 50 million dollars can be extracted from the guilty White Supremacist run Government.

      P.S. Oh yes…, before you act…, change your name to something more acceptable to the new breed of Canadian public like Abdul Hussain or Ahmed Abrahim.

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