The North American
Infowars.com | December 28, 2006
This report is not a government document, nor is it written by a think-tank or an
interest group. This is a citizen’s report, designed to give the opinion of an ordinary
voting Canadian citizen to the ear of government, the media, think-tanks, interest groups
or any other organization or person that would care to listen. It is an effort to help those
in power or with influence to understand some important needs and questions Canadian
citizens have and would like answered.
My name is Andrew Marshall, and I am a 19 year old, voting Canadian citizen
living in Vancouver, Canada. I currently go to school and am studying Political Science
and Economics. I am writing in the hopes of helping all politicians live up to their claims.
See, time and time again, we hear politicians citing common political phrases such as “youth are the greatest natural resource we have”. Well now it’s time to tap into that
resource, and this is what I am offering. I am offering a chance to hear and respond to the
concerns of a young Canadian citizen whose peer age group represents the future of this
country. And it is that exact topic which is the object of this report: the future of this
As current crises occur in the Middle East, Israel recently at war in the Gaza Strip
and Lebanon, tensions increasing between Syria, Iran and the United States, not to
mention the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, of which the Canadian forces are active
participants, I cannot help but show some concern over the future of Canadian foreign
policy, and for that matter, domestic policy as well.
With recent arrests in Toronto on the basis of suspected planning of terrorism
against Canada, it raises an important question being why are we now a terrorist target?
Five years ago, before 9/11, Canada did not carry a reputation internationally nor
domestically as being a nation that represents an ideal target for terrorism, however, now
we are clearly a target for terrorist attacks. So it raises the issue of how we became a
target since 9/11.
US President George W. Bush and the rest of his administration would have the
world believe that America is the target of international terrorism because it represents
democracy at its finest and stands for freedom around the world, and that the terrorists
hate freedom. Well this proposal of a reason for the US being a target is preposterous in
every sense of the word. In a May, 1998 interview with ABC’s John Miller, (Source 1)
Osama bin Laden, before being interviewed by Miller, answered a few questions from his
followers, one of those questions was “What is the meaning of your call for Muslims to take arms against America in particular?” Bin Laden responded by saying, “The call to
wage war against America was made because America has spear-headed the crusade
against the Islamic nation, sending tens of thousands of its troops to the land of the two
Holy Mosques over and above its meddling in its affairs and its politics, and its support
of the oppressive, corrupt and tyrannical regime that is in control. These are the reasons
behind the singling out of America as a target.” Why then, if Bin Laden openly declares
his reasons for opposing the United States, does George Bush and his administration
continue to stress an incorrect point?
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