Thursday, October 23, 2014

Assault in Canada's answer to war in Iraq, Global Research by Contrainjerencia:

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The recent attack on the Canadian Parliament is a legislative response to the endorsement of the country's participation in the war against the Islamic State (EI) in Iraq, said today the digital Global Research site.
Many fear that the authorities make manipulation of facts like this happened in the morning yesterday, increase Islamophobia and racial discrimination of repressive bodies of this country, the article adds.
In the attack one soldier was killed and one of the alleged assailants near the main seat of Parliament, after the House of Commons vouch for the deployment of military aircraft and special forces to combat missions in Iraq.
The measure passed despite the narrow majority that has the Conservative government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Parliament, adds comment Global Research.
After the Royal Canadian Mounted Police report on the shooting, it was unclear whether other suspects are still at large.
But the real intention of the police was not exactly enlightening to data but to repeat to Canadians should be "vigilant and report any suspicious activity"
This attack took place in Ottawa two days after a man ran over two soldiers with his car and killed one of them in the city of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec Province, about 40 kilometers from Montreal.
The suspect, identified as Martin Rouleau Couture, 25, was shot dead by special units of the order.
The official campaign on the issue said the man "wanted to become a terrorist," while the Ottawa Sun newspaper noted that "her family and the authorities are trying to figure out why he followed orders to assassinate EI" says Global Research. 

Canada is a country of heinous crimes of grief and mourning, a land of human misery without any hope. An ocean of human tragedy, that their fierce waves drag millions of shattered lives                   Nadir Siguencia                                                                                           

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