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Morgan Duchesney

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  • Harper offers false choice for Middle East peaceMorgan Duchesney
    February 18, 2014

    Inspired perhaps by the fading echoes of George W. Bush; Stephen Harper has presented Canadians with a false choice on Middle East peace: either voice "absolute, non-negotiable belief in Israel" or be declared an anti-Semite. Stephen Harper refuses to be a real friend to the Israelis in the sense that he excuses their more objectionable behaviour for the sake of political support, business deals and misplaced guilt.

  • Israel's Illegal Migrant Hypocrisy Morgan Duchesney
    July 19, 2012

    Is the Netanyahu regime capable of responding humanely when an opportunity for accurate self-perception arrives? Recent events may provide the answer to this question that the corporate media would never dare ask. Israel, ostensibly a state built on the notion of asylum (at least for European Jews); is expressing outrage at the influx of illegal migrants into its sacred precincts. How ironic but yet, how fitting; considering Israel's established policy of expanding illegal settlements on the West Bank and in East Jerusalem.

  • Afghanistan's TAPI Pipeline - We Stand on Guard for FreeMorgan Duchesney
    January 9, 2012

    The Canadian public does not share Stephen Harper's certainty about Afghanistan and the role of the military in general. A June, 2011 Ipsos Reid study, commissioned by the Department of National Defense, indicated that, "…Canadians were under-informed about the Canadian Forces role in Afghanistan, and that they did not know why the Canadian Forces were still there."

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