'Canada will not let the Jews or Israel stand alone'

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    'Canada will not let the Jews or ... JPost - Diplomacy & Politics
     
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    The more I hear of him, the more I am convinced that this man is like a Churchill. He will be recorded in history as one of the few great men who stood up to IslamoFacism when the world had turned a blind eye to it and felt it would be easier to appease Islamists than to confront them. This is indeed the 1930's all over again, where The League of Nations decided to appease the Nazis by giving them Czechoslovakia. Perhaps this is the reason for the Czech vote? The memory runs deep.

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    "Churchill was unusual in believing that Germany menaced freedom and democracy and should be resisted over Czechoslovakia. A week before Munich he warned, "The partition of Czechoslovakia under pressure from England and France amounts to the complete surrender of the Western Democracies to the Nazi threat of force. Such a collapse will bring peace or security neither to England nor to France."

    "Czechoslovakia did not concern most people until the middle of September 1938, when they began to object to a small democratic state being bullied.[6][20] Nevertheless, the initial response of the British public to the Munich agreement was generally favourable.[6] As Chamberlain left for Munich in 1938, the whole House of Commons cheered him noisily. On 30 September, on his return to Britain, Chamberlain delivered his famous "peace for our time" speech to delighted crowds. He was invited by the royal family on to the balcony at Buckingham Palace before he had reported to Parliament. The agreement was supported by most of the press, only Reynold's News and the Daily Worker dissenting.[6] In parliament the Labour Party opposed the agreement."
     
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    I am so proud to be a Canadian
     
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    Too bad we don't have a leader of his stature in the US. The world would be a different place today.
     
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    Completely agree dude.
     
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    Let's hear it for the FM. A guy with a pair.
     
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    Harper's Axis of Zionism suffered a massive defeat at the UN vote for Palestinians. Plus, he wears a wig and thinks he's fooling everyone.
     
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    Go CANADA!
     
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    We did.

    George W. Bush.
     

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