I want to respond to your talk at Congregation TBDJ yesterday, specifically your clarification of your position on the Iraq War and Canada’s non-participation therein: By Ken Corber – Montreal.
As it stands today in Quebec, and Canadian law, there are two civil rights categories: By Tony Kondaks – Mesa, Arizona
This is the real battle that has finally come to fruition courtesy of Brent Tyler, Canada’s last defender of Equal Rights within ethnocentric Quebec.
Third comes the hard part, modernizing Islam itself.
The reason why the English/Ethnic communities NEVER proceeded in the direction you suggest is at least SIX fold.
I watched the messianic Islamic mob move inextricably forward and onward towards their vision of the divine in Karbala in their march to the archaic.
Everyone knows that the Americans planned this invasion (of Iraq), even before 9/11.
I certainly hope the Americans are really up to the task of democratizing Iraq. But I doubt if they can. I sincerely believe that the Middle Eastern Arabs are absolutely determined not to become a region of democracies.
I would be lying if I told you that I could not understand why many within the English speaking community are pleased to see the EQUALITY PARTY go.
I believe with absolute conviction, just as I wrote in my last editorial, April 11, 2003, that “Freedom Of The Press Is The Greatest Defense Of Democracy”.