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GUEST,ollaimh BS: Canada falls off its high horse (61* d) RE: BS: Canada falls off its high horse 10 Dec 09


the idea that canada's senior diplomat was a taliban dupe is mindless right wing propaganda. the canadian military and the conservative government thought that creating a series of levels of deniability was all that was neded. this approach insulated the top guys fro trouble but also from any good or creative ideas so they contintue the american anti insurgency program that is doomed to fail

even the present top of the mltary had to admit he lied to a parliamentary comitte yeaterday. he first said there were no torture reports then he came back and said opps we had one that conformed canadian military witnessing abuse of a prisoner then the report had a tag sayig"like we[ve seen often before".

a cover up solves nothing. helping torturing afghgans loses the support nesessay to win the war.

te real irony is if bysh had spent a third of what he spent in war on alternative energy america and canada would be off medeast oil and could forget about them.. but americanas made an idealogical decision tht oil was the future rather than actually spend money for their own people. they shoveled money to the oil company complex and the military contractors and ignored the real strctural problems with the american economy.

and here we are watching the north american ecnomy fall apart while indulging in the worst abuses throughout the world


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