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Anthony Hall


  • Harper, The Ottawa Shooter, and the Selling of War - Part IAnthony Hall
    November 19, 2014

    Remembrance Day, Nov. 11, 2014, Ottawa Canada. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Takes Part in a Commemoration of Canada's War Dead on the Site Where, Days Earlier, a Canadian Soldier's Life Was Taken. The Same Day, Nov. 11, the Harper Government Names Canadian Military Bases After Corporal Nathan Cirillo, the Soldier Killed at the War Memorial, and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. The New Canadian Military Posts, Base Cirillo and Base Vincent, are in Iraq and Kuwait Respectively. Both Canadian Soldiers Were Reported to be Murder Victims of "Recent Coverts" to Islam. Both Lethal Events Were Immediately Defined as Terrorist Attacks Carried Out by "Radicalized Muslims." This Misrepresentation, Without any Impartial investigation Whatsoever, of Crimes as Acts of War Re-Enacts the Same Sleight of Hand as 9/11. The Military Effort Being Mounted in the Name of Fighting ISIL is a Concocted Psychological Operation Demonstrating Enormous Hubris on the Part of Those Putting Together an Elaborate Military Operations on the Expanding Eastern Frontiers of Greater Israel.

  • Harper, The Ottawa Shooter, and the Selling of War - Part IIAnthony Hall
    November 19, 2014

    6. Ochsenreiter: You seem very suspicious that the official story is misrepresenting the truth or holding back key elements of the truth.

  • The Three Amigos of Canadian Foreign Policy Present a Unified Front Pushing for More War in the Middle EastAnthony Hall
    September 11, 2014

    The busy promoters of aggressive war at the Globe and Mail got their money shot on an Iraqi runway. The dominant image on the middle page of the first section of the Sept. 4 edition pictured the Canadian government's Foreign Affairs Minister, John Baird, flanked by his partisan "critics" in the NDP and Liberal parties.

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