Canada’s Saudi Arms Deal

Why is the Canadian government brokering a deal to sell American weapons to Saudi Arabia instead of getting back the Canada Wheat Board?

I am not sure why we are pretending that “rights” are a real thing, because if they were, the right to exist is surely in there, if not the top one… corporations are people too apparently….

Stéphane Dion open to partial release of Saudi human rights report



Auē Tēnei Wiki – 13 December 2015: Saudi Arabia Increases Raif Badawi’s Suffering

As most of you will already know, Raif Badawi is a Saudi Arabian blogger who was sentenced to ten years prison and 1,000 lashes for criticizing his country’s form of government. As the countr… Source: Auē Tēnei Wiki – 13 … Continue reading

Teen faces crucifixion and beheading by Saudi government – Harper says no need to cancel Saudi arms deal

Stephen Harper is defending a major military deal with Saudi Arabia in the face of questions about pervasive human rights abuses in that country, writes Jennifer Ditchburn of the Canadian Press. Here is the rest of Jennifer Ditchburn’s article: He … Continue reading


Guns, Guns, Guns, eh?

Canada? Oh. An American company operating inside Canada and our government brokered a deal to their government. GOD, eh. Gold, Oil, Drugs obtained by better weaponry. Ottawa going ahead with Saudi arms deal despite condemning executions Guns at the White House … Continue reading

Ensaf Haidar (C) takes part in a demonstration calling for the release of her husband, Raif Badawi, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa January 29, 2015. Ensaf Haidar, the wife of a Saudi rights activist, who was sentenced to 1,000 lashes last year, said Thursday her husband's health had worsened after the first round of flogging and that he could not possibly survive the full punishment. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) - RTR4NIK2

War’s Operational Theatres

Iran vs Saudi Arabia being played out in Syria and Yemen; has become direct nation vs nation: Iranian diplomats given 48 hours to leave Saudi Arabia   Meanwhile: China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea and Taiwan, Island-ish nations with disputes … Continue reading


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