What happened when the CEO of CANADA went to Israel and the Mid-East? History.
Stephen Harper became the first Prime Minister to address the parliament of Israel, the Knesset (full speech). The Knesset is rife with symbolism located directly across from a noted sinister site. Although Harper was heckled by atleast 2 members for not addressing the issue of settlements, he went on to a standing ovation:
During his speech Harper thanked the parliament for the Key to the Knesset, and noted that Canada with a history of Jewish Canadians, has strengthened ties to Israel through free trade and military sharing agreements.
“You will sometimes release a thousand criminals and terrorists to save one of your own.”
Stephen Harper’s speech to the Knesset
News headlines included statements like ‘Harper shows you don’t have to be Jewish to be a Zionist‘ and ‘Harper tells Israel: ‘Through fire and water, Canada will stand with you’ But how close is this relationship getting?
According to the National Post the Defence Department recently removed a 67-page report of a Canadian soldier and U.N. observers killed by Israeli forces in 2006 (see: DND removes report on killing of Canadian soldier by Israeli forces) because criticism of Israel is no longer acceptable on Canadian gov’t websites.
Stops on the trip included stops at holy sites like Church of the Nativity, Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial, the tunnels under the old city Jerusalem, the Western Wall, the Mount of Olives, Capernaum, Church of the Beatitudes overlooking the Sea of Galilee, the contingent was transported via SUVs and Black Hawk helicopters.
Prime Minister Harper was guided by Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of the State of Israel, and Shimon Peres the President of Israel. He brought a massive delegation of 208 Jewish community leaders, business leaders, banking and religious officials , plus almost all of the top Conservatives MPs of course their assistants and spouses probably as well.
LIST OF ACCOMPANYING PARTY of 208 on Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s first-ever trip to Israel January 19-22 2014 (LINK)
Harper wore a Yarmulke for a symbolic visit to the Western Wall in Old Jerusalem, a sacred site containing the last remnants of an ancient temple. (Note: The Western Wall is part of a big renovation project initiated by King Herod)
An emotional appearance, reportedly cheered on arrival, later overshadowed by controversy…
When Conservative Member of Parliament Mark Adler was overheard on a recording asking one of Harper’s aids to get past the media line for a picture at the wall because the Canadian election is coming in 2015 and this was a million dollar shot, basically revealing this entire trip is a large photo-op.
Adler has since tried to say his comments were a tongue-and-cheek joke, who’s laughing?
Another symbolic stop on the trip was at the Hula Lake Nature and Bird Park where Harper laid the cornerstone for a new building to be named the Stephen J. Harper Hula Valley Bird Sanctuary Visitor and Education Centre. The laying of cornerstones is a freemasonic dedication ritual, so the cornerstone has historically been connected with freemasonry.
PLAYING BOTH SIDES
During Harper’s Knesset speech he spoke of Israel and Canada supporting a Palestinian state and pledged to give $66 million donation to Palestine, in a press conference with Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority.
For the king of the north shall return, and shall set forth a multitude greater than the former, and shall certainly come after certain years with a great army and with much riches.
Daniel 11:13 King James Version
The New World Order is serious and as you hear the Prime Minister singing Nanananaa like laughter know the joke is on us…