Saturday, September 21, 2013

Why are Canadian politicians in the Muslim Bastardhood's back pocket? ... Part 1

As most Canadian citizens don't want to admit  that they might have elected brainless buffoons to the halls of power in Ottawa... what then?  Should we then consider that the alternative option might be the case?  Should we start wondering if some wads of money have been  passed to these brainless buffoons under the table?  It wasn't  too long ago that  the 18th Prime Minister of Canada, Brian Mulroney was accused of taking bribes. Let's not be too sure that some of the current buffoons in one or more of the three main political parties are not going the same route.  

The love affair that the present Canadian government, the Conservative govt. of PM Stephen Harper seems to be having with the Muslim Bastardhood members  and CAIR lobbyists is really and truly vomit-inducing.  If there's even a tiny whiff of wrong doing and it comes to light,  the Conservatives will be finished for good, especially because they portray themselves as "holier than thou" ...and, it would serve them right.  As far as I am concerned, I would only trust PM Stephen Harper as being above it all .... but not a single other person from his party....and neither would I trust anybody in the Liberal party nor the NDP.  

From OttawaCitizen:
....Osama Kadi has been involved with the London Moslem Mosque (LMM)  at least until the 2012-2013 school year. He was the Principal of its Weekend Islamic school. LMM is an important component of the Muslim Association of Canada’s infrastructure. Besides the 2004 money transfer from MAC to LMM, the presence of MAC administrator (and later president) Wael Haddara on LMM Board (2002 – 2003 – 2010 – 2011 – 2012 – 2013) attests to the LMM-MAC relationship.

On August 19, 2013, Point de Bascule revealed that sixteen days after having resigned his position as MAC president for “personal reasons,” Wael Haddara was identified as an advisor to Muslim Brotherhood-backed Egyptian President Morsi and a member of the Egyptian delegation at the United Nations, as attested by an official UN document.

After it was revealed in April 2013 that two terrorists responsible of an attack on a gas plant in Algeria were from London (Ontario), Wael Haddara, already an advisor to President Morsi, told journalists that the young men were unknown in the London Muslim community and that people with views that “disavow the idea of loyalty to Canada” aren’t welcome. In April 2013, the Toronto Sun presented Haddara as a London Moslem Mosque Board member.

Munir el-Kassem, the imam at the Islamic Centre of Southwest Ontario (also in London), went along the same lines in his April 2, 2013 press conference. He told media (Video 11:47) that terrorism cannot be linked with religion (“Faith and terrorism is an oxymoron”).

From April 2011 to March 2012, while Wael Haddara was on the board of the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) as a director and later as its president, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) revoked the charitable status of three Islamic organizations linked with MAC because they were involved in the financing of terrorism.

WAMY-Canada transferred Saudi funds to MAC in 2002-2003 and lost its status because it funded al-Qaeda in 2001. IRFAN-Canada lost its status after CRA concluded that for the 2005-2009 period alone, it transferred $14.6 million to the terrorist organization Hamas. From 2001 to 2010, MAC transferred $296,514 to IRFAN, Hamas fund collector in Canada while the London Moslem Mosque transferred $215,024 to IRFAN from 2000 to 2009.

In 2009, the Libyan World Islamic Call Society (WICS) identified Munir el-Kassem as a leader of one of its substructure. WICS was established by Muammar Gaddafi in 1972 to further the Islamization of non-Muslim countries.

WICS’ interreligious activities have often been used to cover the financing of terrorism and to bribe politicians. In 2004, US-based Muslim Brotherhood leader “Abdurahman M. Alamoudi, admitted in (a) plea agreement with a U.S. court that he was ordered by Gadhafi to help orchestrate (an) assassination and was provided by the Libyan leader with $340,000 toward that end.” Alamoudi also admitted that WICS’ operatives were used by the Libyan government to transfer funds to Hamas. (Hamas: Politics, Charity, and Terrorism...........

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