PAUL MARTIN, MICHAEL IGNATIEFF WANT CANADIAN MILITARY INTERVENTION IN LIBYA

Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and Libya's Colonel Gaddafi

OILY BUSINESS BUDDIES

Former Liberal Prime Minister Paul Martin and current Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff are both calling for Canadian military intervention in Libya.  

It should be remembered that Mr. Martin was one of the key players who re-opened Canadian relations with Moammar Gaddafi, the dictator of the country.

That move opened up oil fields in the country to Petro Can exploitation.

Prime Minister Harper should get endangered Canadians out of the country, but should not follow the foolish advice of these Liberals.

Canada should order Petro Can and other Canadian companies to cease operations in Libya, as they benefit the current murderous dictator.

Petro Can’s investments in that country should be divested immediately and reinvested instead in Canada.

Obama’s imperialist intervention in the country, whether unilateral or multilateral, is doomed to failure, as are his misadventures in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan.

Bring Canadian troops home from Afghanistan now.

 

Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell

 

For a link to an article on Paul Martin’s call for more intervention, and another article by John Ivison on this shameful Liberal Petro Can history, please refer to the Comments section below.