Before there was President Donald Trump, there was Prime Minister Stephen Harper. During the dark days of the Israel-hating Obama administration, Prime Minister Harper’s rock solid support for Israel was invaluable.
If Stephen Harper was still the Prime Minister of Canada, he would have undoubtedly followed the United States by moving the Canadian embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, and he would have lobbied other heads of state to do the same.
Sadly, in 2015 Canadians made the disastrous decision of rejecting Stephen Harper, in favour of Canada’s worst ever Prime Minister: the pro-Palestinian buffoon Justin Trudeau. Since being elected, Trudeau has turned Canada into a laughing stock.
This October Canadians will have a chance to re-write that wrong by electing the Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer. Proud Canadians may not get an another opportunity to take their country back should Justin Trudeau be re-elected.
Andrew Scheer says he will move Canadian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv if elected Canadian PM, The Toronto Star, Mike Blanchfield, May 7, 2019:
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he will move Canada’s Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv if he becomes prime minister.
The promise to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital reaffirmed a pledge Scheer first made more than a year ago but that pledge was silent on what that would mean for the Canadian Embassy there. It would put Canada in line with the Trump administration, which has already moved its embassy to Jerusalem, angering Palestinians.
Jerusalem is disputed territory between Israel and Palestinians and its status is a pivotal question in any peace talks.
“I will re-open the Office of Religious Freedoms and stand up for religious minorities all around the world. And I will recognize the fact that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel,” Scheer said in an unscripted moment of a major foreign-policy speech Tuesday afternoon.
Tories enjoy 13 point lead in new Angus Reid Poll, Ipolitics.ca, Marco Vigliotti, March 3, 2019:
The federal Liberals are trailing the Tories by 13 points, while the New Democrats and Greens are enjoying modest bumps in support, a new Angus Reid poll suggests.
The randomized online survey had the Conservatives leading at 38 per cent, the Liberals trailing at 25 per cent, the New Democrats at 18 and the Greens seven points back at 11 per cent.
The Bloc, which was only polled in Quebec, drew five per cent nationally, and the Maxime Bernier-led People’s Party had three per cent support.
It also found that of the 525 respondents who claimed to have voted for the Liberals in 2015, only 49 per cent say they still support the party, with the NDP (17 per cent) the biggest recipient of disaffected Grit backers.
The survey of 1,525 Canadians was conducted from April 26-30 and Angus Reid says the margin of error for a polling sample of the kind used would come out to +/- 2.5 percentage points. However, the polling size for national preferences was 1,342 respondents.
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