Elizabeth May has radical environmental agenda

Editor:
The Green Agenda that both May and Dion are involved in is based on the teachings of Gaia, the pagan earth goddess. The movement blames Christians for the ills of the world. The Green Movement also wants to reduce the world population down to 2 billion from its present 6 billion. Beware the GREENS. They are not about saving the environment, they are pushing the NEW WORLD ORDER agenda. I thank Ms. May for letting the cat out of the bag. Will the media take this opportunity to tell Canadians the truth?

Read and learn The Rise of Global Green Religion

and Agenda 21 

So the deal boils down to this. Vote for the Liberals or the Green Party and they hand the sovereignty of Canada over to the elites at the UN.

Vote for Harper and he hands over the sovereignty of Canada to the USA.

Time to wake up Canada, because if you don’t, Canada won’t be around much longer. 

Green Party Leader and Stéphane Dion ally Elizabeth May criticized the presence of Canadian and other ISAF forces in Afghanistan as representing a “Christian/Crusader heritage,” that would actually “fuel” the “jihad.”

Elizabeth May’s comparison of the Afghan protection and reconstruction effort as a Christian Crusade is evidence of her shocking ignorance of foreign policy, Afghanistan and the current mission.

The Canadian Forces in Afghanistan are serving at the invitation and with the active encouragement of the Afghan Government.  Every day the brave men and women of the Canadian Forces are risking their safety and security to help the people of Afghanistan live peaceful and secure lives. Considering that Canadian soldiers have lost their lives protecting the people of Afghanistan, it is outrageous that a Canadian politician would make such an insult of this sacrifice.

Ms. May’s comments also betrayed a shocking lack of knowledge about Afghanistan’s people and its history.  None of the Crusades ever came anywhere close to Afghanistan.

These kind of ignorant, insensitive comments have sadly come to characterize Stéphane Dion’s alliance partner.  Elizabeth May has repeatedly referred to those who do not share her radical environmental agenda as being guilty of “a grievance worse than Neville Chamberlain’s appeasement of the Nazis.”

Stéphane Dion can no longer ignore Elizabeth May’s inflammatory and insensitive rhetoric.  His already weak leadership was left reeling when his musings about invading Pakistan drew a sharp rebuke from that country’s government.  Now the woman with whom he has chosen to form a “Red Green” alliance—and whom he is running as his Liberal candidate in the riding of Central Nova—has, in one breath, managed to insult both the Canadian Forces and the people of Afghanistan.

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