Canada Now A Hawk On Nuclear Arms Proliferation

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Canada Now A Hawk On Nuclear Arms Proliferation

Canada Now A Hawk on Nuclear Arms Proliferation

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"Canada's refusal to push for nuclear disarmament on the world stage is perplexing and upsetting. But when challenged in Parliament, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland tiptoed around the question. As a nuclear weapon 'have-not' Canada simply looks foolish."

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NATO: Instrument of US Imperial Power Masquerading As Freedom-Loving Military Alliance  -   by John Wight

https://on.rt.com/8hv2

"The empire has become the world's greatest weapon of mass destruction. NATO's role in this regard is a sword to advance US foreign policy and economic interests..."

'NATO is a US-run intervention force to control the world. There are two problems for our species' survival - nuclear war and environmental catastrophe. The worst scenario is a nuclear war which would be terminal. And it's come ominously close, several times.' Chomsky

Canada supports

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United Nations Adopts Historic Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

North Korea, Alone Among Nuclear States, Voted “Yes” on Res. L.41 Authorizing this Treaty

By Carla Stea

Global Research, July 12, 2017

......so what does it mean for Canada as a member UN State? Must we realign our foreign policies to respect this Treaty...will we introduce legislation in parliament to respect the spirit of this Treaty?

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North Korea, Alone Among Nuclear States, Voted “Yes” on Res. L.41 Authorizing this Treaty

They voted Yes in favour of tabling such a treaty.

When the treaty was tabled, they skipped, just like the U.S., Russia, and all other states believe to possess nukes.

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None of the nine countries known or believed to possess nuclear weapons - the United States, Russia, Britain, China, France, India, Pakistan, North Korea and Israel - is supporting the treaty.

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INF Withdrawal Imperials Not Just Europe, but US as Well

https://on.rt.com/9ky3

"With the US acting as chief prosecutor, the spinelessness of America's so-called European [and Canadian] allies is relevant. Some of them don't want the US to pull out of the INF Treaty but also don't have the guts to stand up to Washington. 

Whereas in the 1980s, the first deployment of US Pershing missiles sparked a huge, mainly leftist, European peace movement (which in turn helped lead to the INF Treaty in the first place) nothing of the sort remains now..."