Many Canadians are wondering how Canada has gone from being a leader in global peacemaking to a nation of saber-rattling warmongers.
Former Liberal Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson was awarded the Noble Peace Prize for his role while Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in creating the United Nations Emergency Force during the Suez Crisis of 1956. Since then Canada has garnered a reputation abroad as a nation of peacemakers, taking part in many UN Blue Beret missions throughout the world.
Today, however, under the leadership of Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Christia Freeland Canada has become a nation of belligerent warmongers entering into the Russo-Ukraine conflict on the side of the corrupt regime of Volodymyr Zelenskyy—a move which could embroil Canada in a war with Russia.
Rather than advocating for a negotiated peace when Ukraine was given that chance early in the conflict, Canada opted to support a continuation of the war even though Ukraine is not a member of NATO and Canada has no obligation to take its side by contributing financial and military aid.
Had Ukraine agreed to Russia’s terms in the spring of 2022 the war would be over, Luhansk and Donetsk would be independent states and not necessarily Republics of Russia, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson would still be Oblasts of Ukraine and not Russian Regions, and all of those killed since that time would be alive today.
But Canada missed that opportunity for peacemaking as too have all other NATO member countries who seem bent on continuing this all-out proxy war with Russia.
Our guest, Professor Salim Mansur of Western University provides an in-depth analysis of the motives for such foolhardy aggression on the parts of NATO and Canada.
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