Thursday, October 27, 2005

Reign of Terror

This is interesting:

QUEBEC -- Governor-General Michaëlle Jean's husband, Jean-Daniel Lafond, lashed out at Quebec separatists yesterday, saying they promoted terror by calling him a "traitor" and a "renegade" after his wife's appointment last summer.

Does anyone else think it's rather odd that a man who is good friends with several FLQ members is accusing others of promoting terror?

8 Comments:

  • Hmm well he did address that in his interview, saying that one can still be friends with someone while disagreeing with them.

    By Blogger Paladiea, at 4:21 PM  

  • QuebecHarpermaniac clapped with both hands when he heard that one.

    He's right about Iran though. So, I guess he's a strong supporter of regime change in the Axis of Evil.

    Every day, Bush wins a new fan...

    By Blogger Chuckercanuck, at 6:15 PM  

  • I might be reading Charles densely, but being against the Iranian government does not necessitate being a supporter of military invasion of Iran.^-^

    By Blogger LeoPetr, at 8:53 PM  

  • You don't need to be a Bush fan to realize that living in Iran must be "hell".

    By Blogger David, at 9:11 PM  

  • Most atheists, secualrists, and social democrats tend to dislike the Islamic Republic as much as anyone. To me nothing is more abhorrent than a state where an archaic theocracy is the law.


    Bombs away.

    By Anonymous Martin B., at 8:21 AM  

  • David and Leons,

    Of course you don't have to support Bush to hate Iran. I'm just having fun with it.

    But feel free to clap with both hands at my love letter to Condi at http://chuckercanuck.blogspot.com

    By Blogger Chuckercanuck, at 10:16 AM  

  • "You don't need to be a Bush fan to realize that living in Iran must be "hell"."

    I know a few people that recently migrated from Iran, and living there is far from being hell, I hear it is actually quite nice. Of course things could get very bad if the government keeps saying things like "Israel should be wiped off the map"

    While those words help justify an invasion of Iran, the real victims of such an action would be Iran’s citizens, not the government that brought in the invaders.

    By Blogger Scruffy Dan, at 12:30 AM  

  • Those who promote the bombing of Iran to 'free the Irani' citizens need only look next door at Iraq to see how well that war went.

    The present Iran regime has not threatened US. Blair cannot prove any allegation against Iran, and after his 45 minute claim nothing he says can be taken as Gospel truth.

    How many more countries can the US bomb? Iran has learnt from North Korea that the only way to be safe from US is to have a nuclear weapon of its own.

    By Blogger Canadian News Reader, at 1:14 PM  

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