HARPER OF CANADA HAS JOINED IN WITH OBAMA’S JIHAD AGAINST LIBYA AND GADHAFI
THE LIBYA ISSUE AND THE ISSUE OF DEFENCE OF GADHAFI AGAINST NATO HAS OPENED UP THE JEWISH MOVEMENT TO THE VERY CORE.
WE HAVE SEEN THAT SPENCER/GELLER HAVE IN PRACTICE SIDED WITH NATO AGAINST GADHAFI, REFUSING TO ISSUE THE CALL FOR THE VICTORY FOR GADHAFI AGAINST THE FORCES OF THE NATO/MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD…THUS MAKING THEIR 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF 9.11 REALLY MEANINGLESS
AND NOW IT IS HARPER SHOWING HIS REAL SOUL AS A PRO NATO MAN. IF JEWS AND ISRAELIS ARE WISE THEN THEY WILL CONSIDER WHETHER PEOPLE LIKE HARPER REALLY IS THEIR FRIEND. 4INTERNATIONAL ANSWERS IN THE NEGATIVE!
On a stop in Italy to praise Canadian troops on Thursday morning, Mr. Harper asserted that history will record Canada’s role in ridding the nation of Colonel Gadhafi. Hours later, meeting world leaders in Paris to plot the next steps, he joined other western and Arab leaders in promising a swift release of funds and continued military backing.
Mr. Harper said his government is immediately lifting all unilateral sanctions against Libya – effectively unlocking small sums for the transitional government – and is asking the United Nations to allow Ottawa to free up the larger sums frozen under international sanctions. The government said in March that $2.1-billion had been frozen, but did not respond to a request on Thursday for updated figures.
“One of the things we discussed today is the need for the UN to act because the vast majority of funds are there, and it’s time for the entire international community to support the National Transitional Council, which is obviously the legitimate government of Libya,” Mr. Harper said in Paris after meeting leaders from the Libya contact group, a 16-member committee of NATO powers and others involved in the crisis.
Britain, after receiving UN approval, said it is already releasing £1-billion (about $1.6-billion), the United States said it is releasing $700-million, and France said it is releasing €1.5-billion (about $2.1-billion).
The sums will likely be key to stabilizing of the interim government and financing basic services to Libyans while a chaotic civil war goes on in parts of the country. Libya has sizable oil wealth, so it is not likely to need massive financial aid over the long term.
Libyan-Canadian organizations and representatives of the NTC have for months called for Ottawa to speed the release of the frozen Libyan assets. In Ottawa, both interim Liberal leader Bob Rae and the representatives of the Canadian Libyan Council said the Canadian government was a step behind bigger powers – Britain, France, and the United States.
“They’ve always done the right thing vis-à-vis Libya, but they’re more cautious than the other allies,” said Sal Elgheriani, the council’s president.
And while the Canadian military involvement is so far slated to end on Sept. 27, Mr. Harper indicated that the Canadian Forces will stay until NATO ends the mission. The alliance has yet to signal when it will withdraw.
“We’ll be a part of the military mission until it reaches its conclusion. And as you know, while considerable progress has been made, particularly in the past couple of weeks, we’re not at that point,” he said.
That may mean that Mr. Harper’s Conservatives go ahead without the support of the opposition NDP, which has said it will not back another extension. Mr. Harper, noting the NTC has said it does not want foreign troops on the ground in Libya, again ruled out sending ground troops.
On his visit to troops at a NATO base in Trapani, Italy, Mr. Harper made a point of underlining the Canadian military’s role – six fighter jets that have flown about 8 per cent of the allied bombing missions, surveillance and refuelling aircraft, and a frigate to patrol Libya’s coast.