Saturday, June 15, 2013

Honduras good, Paraguay good, Iran bad; the black and white of Canada's foreign policy

It's not that hard to discern the broad outlines of Canada's commitment to democracy.

If the subject country is host to Canadian mining conglomerates, it is obviously a democracy, regardless what anti-democratic shenanigans may obtain.

On the other hand, some rogue regime like Iran that refuses to spread her legs for "foreign investment" is deemed anti-democratic.

Which means that Iran will soon bear the full brunt of Canada's sanctimonious sanction regime.

No more maple syrup for your pancakes, towelheads...

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