This must have been a week of cognitive dissonance for Trudeau. He apologized emotionally for Canada's turning away of Holocaust refugees, while slamming the door Nigerian asylum seekers from the U.S.
Having failed to deter Ashton from expressing support for the Palestinian cause by associating her with "terrorists," B'nai Brith brought the Holocaust into the NDP leadership race.
Drawing attention to the Nazi Holocaust and anti-Semitism in Canada today often reinforces, rather than undermines, oppression. This perverse reality was on display in Toronto last week.
Elie Wiesel, who died this month, has been called the high priest of the Holocaust. But it's Wiesel's later role as a moral beacon and icon paid homage by world leaders, that's troubling.
David J. Climenhaga
Only certain tragic catastrophes make the grade for public discourse in our society, and those are the ones that can be interpreted as "proof" socialism is evil.
Beyond Israeli apologetics, the Nazi Holocaust/anti-Semitism are increasingly invoked to attack Leftist political movements.
Why are we being told not to talk about the causes of this crime against humanity?
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Far from using the day to declare support for universal human rights, the Conservative press release reaffirms support for Israeli policies.
‘His Majesty's government views with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.’ Stories of promise, persecution and annihilation form the backdrop to peace talks.
In this episode Karlee gets passionate about social change, making a difference and how slavery is something we should not turn a blind eye towards.