What did I say about Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper last week, last month, last year? So yeah, I told ya so. And yeah, I envy Canada Harper. America, let's look to our northern neighbors for leadership, shall we?
Here is what I wrote last week:
Contrast the speech Obama gave with that of Canada's stalwart Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, last November with Obama's (peace be upon him) recent betrayal.
And watch what I said back in February on The Quebec TV Interview: "La droite étasunienne selon Pamela Geller." Bottom line? I'd charge through hell with a bucket of water for Harper.
Today, Canada stood with Israel against the Obama administration at the Group of 8 meetings in Europe. The Canadians forced the G8 to soften their statement by removing a specific mention of the 1967 border plan in their joint statement.
YNet News reported:
Canadian delegation blocks mention of 1967 lines in Group of Eight leaders’ joint statement calling Israel, Palestinians to return to peace talks.
Group of Eight leaders had to soften a statement urging Israel and the Palestinians to return to negotiations because Canada objected to a specific mention of 1967 borders, diplomats said on Friday.
Canada’s right-leaning Conservative government has adopted a staunchly pro-Israel position in international negotiations since coming to power in 2006, with Prime Minister Stephen Harper saying Canada will back Israel whatever the cost.
Diplomats involved in Middle East discussions at the G8 summit said Ottawa had insisted that no mention of Israel’s pre-1967 borders be made in the leaders’ final communiqué, even though most of the other leaders wanted a mention.
“The Canadians were really very adamant, even though Obama expressly referred to 1967 borders in his speech last week,” one European diplomat said.
A spokesman for Harper would not comment on the line Canada had taken, saying only that the final communiqué would make positions clear.