June 30, 2021 Eva Bartlett RT.com As a Canadian journalist, I could be subject to a censorship bill which, if passed in Senate, means the government in Canada can effectively shadow-ban and censor my voice into oblivion, along with other dissenting voices. After seeing his tweet on the issue of Bill C-10, recently passed in the House […]Canada’s government is seeking to silence Canadian journalists at home and abroad with a draconian censorship bill — UPROOTED PALESTINIANS: SALAM ALQUDS ALAYKUM
The Canadian Embassy in Tel Aviv hosted a party with Canadian “lone soldiers” in the Israel Defense Forces on January 16, 2020. (photo: Embassy of Canada to Israel / Twitter) A parliamentary petition calling for an investigation into IDF recruitment has quickly surpassed the number of signatures required to be presented in the House of […]Campaign to 0ppose Israeli military recruitment in Canada receives boost — HolyLandJustice.org
It is fair to say that Jews are “on the move” so to speak after experiencing rising hatred in America. Many have gone to Canada and are harnessing their collective power and influence there.
It is fair to say, that after seeing a rise in anti-Jewry (anti-Semitism) in their key strong-holds like: Argentina; UK; France; and America, Jews are fighting expulsion, again, in their long long history of being expelled from countries in which their activities dominate, throughout the centuries.
On the government level, Political Establishment Jews are mobilizing and passing new legislation to censor speech and have people potentially arrested for boycotting Israel. Jewish activist organizations are making private deals with online retailers to censor books and remove items for sale which they find offensive.
Here is a recent arrest that was made in Canada over this subject:
She sounds like a junkie to me. Shame on her for thinking it’s okay for young teenage men to push her car for her for more than five miles at 4am because she doesn’t want to pay a tow company. That’s abuse of good will.
The answer is no and for more than one reason:
- America’s trade war and persecution of Chinese communications technology has resulted in less Chinese tourists in America and lower Apple iphone sales in China.
- Canada’s cooperation with the U.S. for the arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Vancouver resulted in the Chinese boycott of the Canadian fashion brand Canada Goose.
- Italy’s Dolce & Gabbana’s high fashion brand took a nasty financial and public relations blow after it ran a fashion ad, in China, featuring a Chinese model that was struggling to eat pizza with chopsticks.