by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Reposted January 11, 2011
Even Jews find Stephen Harper's pandering to be "creepy." In 2007, Toronto Jews were miffed to get Rosh Hashanah greetings from Harper's Conservative Party. How did they know I was Jewish? they demanded.
Last year, Harper's Conservatives distributed pamphlets suggesting the other parties were anti-Semitic for criticizing Israeli actions.
Being Jewish is not a problem. But it is certainly relevant if you pretend to be "Christian," and then pursue rabidly pro-Zionist policies favored by Illuminati Jewish bankers.
Around 2005, a man named Charles McVety, the President of the Canadian Family Action Coalition started a think tank called "the Institute for Canadian Values." It was funded by a $250,000 grant from a retired trucking magnate named Sydney Harkema.
McVety said there are hundreds of think tanks on the Left, but on the Right, there is a void. So who does McVety choose to head the ICV? Joseph Ben-Ami, an Orthodox Jew who'd been Bnai Brith "point-man" (i.e. lobbyist) in Ottawa and "a top operative" in the campaign of Harper's predecessor, Stockwell Day.