posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 03:38 PM
I'd say this is highly unlikely. Like incredibly so. I live in Canada, and probably in one of the more 'American' feeling towns you might find. So
understand that point when I say these things.
1) Canadians are fiercely protective of the Canadian identity. To the point that I call it flat out arrogance. If Harper were to try that, I'd bet you
Parliament would be burned to the ground before the session was out.
2) If this were true and as easily find able as the article states, I can assure you that it would be plastered all over our airwaves right now. We
are just entering a election cycle now which has been forced by the other parties doing a vote of non-confidence. If this thing were true, one whiff
of it to the public in a provable manner would end what hopes Harper would have at winning the election.
3) With the election point in mind, I point to the timing of this release is suspect. The G20 summit where this was supposed to have happened was some
time ago now. Yes we still rage on about it, and with good reason, but if this were as true as the sight claims it is, I'd suspect we would have been
moving into a election much sooner then now as this story would have destroyed the legitimacy of our current government.
4) Check the site out in depth. Seriously. Click the home button, skim the headlines and tell me if this is a site that would want the conservative
party to win. Also, answer if they could be considered a fair and balanced media outlet. While there points may be valid, this is something to keep in
5) With points 3 and 4 in mind, I will mention that our main news source here in Canada is CBC. They are no fan of conservative ideals or parties.
They would be all over this like a dog on a bone if they thought it could stand on it's own. Consequences be damned.
Now, make no assumptions about where stand on the issue. the first thing I am is a people watcher, and these are my points to bring to the table, take
them as you will.
edit on 21-4-2011 by Vaykun because: Spelling