Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
The pro-Israel Canadian government is modifying the country’s criminal code to ban any criticism of the Zionist regime for atrocities against Palestinians, an analyst says.
In a column for Press TV website, Brandon Martinez has analyzed the proposed cyber-bullying law (Bill C-13) by the administration of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
“The Zionist ruling clique of Canada, through their front-man Stephen Harper, is seeking to beef up the already-existing Orwellian ‘hate propaganda’ law, which has been primarily used to curtail criticism of Zionists and Israel,” wrote Martinez.
He said Canada’s criminal code is to ban criticism or promotion of “hatred” against people distinguished by “national origin.”
“This means, say, if you condemn Israelis for their inhumane treatment of Palestinians, you could find yourself in court facing down the self-appointed thought police and commissars of political correctness,” wrote Martinez.
He singled out the case of German-Canadian publisher, Ernst Zundel, who has been facing court and jail due to his criticism of Zionists who are “the self-appointed architects of public discourse, the self-declared arbiters of truth and morality.”
The analyst said the Canadian police have refused to provide any protection to Zundel, whose Toronto home has been “torched by Zionist terrorists.”
“Zundel’s story is a testament to the power and control of Jewish extremists in Canada,” wrote Martinez.
Harper is under criticism for its violations of the rights of indigenous peoples in Canada.
Many native Canadians remain among the poorest members of the Canadian society, with most of them suffering poor educational, economic and social conditions.