Mar 22 2017
Just as Donald Trump vows to cut funding to UN terror-linked groups, Justin Trudeau is happy to pick up the slack
Canadians shouldn’t be surprised that their Islamophile prime minister, Justin Trudeau, will reverse former PM Stephen Harper’s policy of not funding United Nations groups that support and glorify terrorism like the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, a group formerly defunded for financing Hamas by previous government.
The Rebel Despite the government’s effort to cover up this story, Canada has started funding UNRWA again recently before Canadians ever knew what was happening.
In the interview linked here, an associate fellow at The Middle East Forum explains why this funding was removed in 2010 due to UNRWA facilities being used as terrorist bases and vehicles used to transport fighters and weapons.
The funding was made on November 7th, even though the announcement of the money wasn’t made until November 15th, a week later. And the plan for rolling this out, included giving a heads up to the NDP and Green leader Elizabeth May, but not to the Conservatives who opposed the move.
Canada had long been a funder of UNRWA but after this information came to light, after one too many incidents of school books used by UNRWA inciting hatred, Canada, under Stephen Harper pulled its funding, but the Liberals never liked that move. But even as the Liberals prepared to reinstate funding, they acknowledged that money being diverted to terrorism was a possibility.
As UN Watch has documented in its report, many of the teachers and administrators at UNRWA, at least according to their social media profiles, love Adolf Hitler, hate Jews, celebrate killings, stabbing and bombing and generally back terrorist groups. They also made a video documenting this so lawmakers could see for themselves before they made the decision to give money to UNRWA, but they still did.
UNRWA has been proven to have dangerous connections to terrorist groups while also inciting death to the Jews and an end to Israel.
GREAT NEWS! Trump wants to cut $20 billion in funding for the U.N. and other foreign entities that don’t benefit us