January 24, 2014

Harper's Unseemly Fawning over Israel

Rick Salutin, Toronto Star

The Associated Press

I can’t think of anything comparable in the Canadian past or anyone’s: taking a huge tribute delegation to simply pay homage to another state in its current incarnation, while packing along much of your government and retainers galore. It sounds like the heyday of Rome. Can you imagine even Israel admirers like the U.S. or U.K. sending such a procession?

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