In a formal response to the invitation extended in June, Canada has officially joined the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). After undergoing the requisite review of its domestic trade policies, Canada has joined the other 10 countries already signed on to the trade pact. The 11 nations now comprising the TPP are: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam and the United States.
Although Canada’s International Trade Minister Ed Fast described the TPP as “a 21st-century agreement that advances Canadian interests,” the scant evidence from draft versions of the TPP treaty reveals that it is the interests of global government and corporate profits that will be promoted and protected by this latest U.N.-backed sovereignty grab posing as a trade pact.
The Education Minister of Ontario, Canada, — a professing Catholic who sends her children to Catholic schools — declared October 10 that the province’s publicly funded Catholic schools may not teach students that abortion is wrong because such teaching amounts to “misogyny,” which is prohibited in schools under a controversial anti-bullying law.
“Taking away a woman’s right to choose could arguably be considered one of the most misogynistic actions that one could take,” Laurel Broten said during a press conference.
“Bill 13,” she asserted, “is about tackling misogyny.”
How does an urbane New Yorker, who lives in an area that is almost synonymous with liberal ideology, come to make a movie about the flaws of the United Nations — an organization that is almost universally revered by liberals as the example by which the world can become more civilized? We asked Ami Horowitz, producer of the popular documentary U.N. Me, which effectively exposes just a few of the deep-seated problems within the UN, such as the Oil for Food shakedown, the deception within the International Atomic Energy Agency, the “peacekeeping” debacle in Cote d’Ivoire, and the UN’s refusal to act to stop the Darfur genocide, among others.
Twenty years after the alleged fall of communism and the demise of the Soviet Union, KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn's predictions from his books New Lies For Old and The Perestroika Deception continue to be realized through the strategic partnership of Russia and China in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
Prime Minister David Cameron said what the party faithful were waiting to hear at the Conservative Party Annual Conference in Great Britain. As the world watches the eurozone convulse in economic chaos and Chancellor Merkel of Germany get heckled in Greece for not doing more to help that bankrupt nation stave off the consequences of rampant spending, Cameron strongly backed a referendum on Britain’s membership in the European Union.