Friday, September 17, 2010

Hey Mikey, STFU!

Well, guess who has opened his big yap about our country's shameful treatment of "war dodgers". I call them deserters and traitors, but that's a different opinion. Anyway. Michael Moore, who even the Toronto Star calls left wing, says our government should accept these deserters from the American military.

Michael Moore calls Canada ‘shameful’ on U.S. war dodgers:

Colin Perkel The Canadian Press

Renowned left-wing American documentary maker Michael Moore on Thursday blasted Canada’s position on U.S. war dodgers as shameful.

Speaking at the Toronto International Film Festival, Moore said Ottawa’s refusal to allow U.S. soldiers opposed to the war in Iraq to find safe haven in this country betrays what the country once stood for.

“It is absolutely shameful how Canada has behaved toward those who have resisted this war,” Moore said.

“It’s not the Canada that we used to know.”

Moore, who has produced several acclaimed documentaries, noted Canada was sympathetic to American soldiers who refused to fight in Vietnam in the 1970s.

Draft dodgers who fled the U.S. for Canada were allowed to stay here and many became productive citizens, even after they were allowed to return home.[SNIP]

There is a difference between 1970 and 2002. Mainly the American military is a pure voluntary army. You don't join the army not expecting to go to war. That's what armies train for. So using the excuse that the Iraq, or Afghanistan war, is an illegal war is just a tissue covering.

These aren't refugees, they aren't being persecuted, they need to be shipped home and face the music.

The crying shame is that our immigration boards and refugee hearings are such a joke. They are currently on appeals, and hearings ad naseum.

Another thing as well about Mikey Moore. Not only is he a left wing windbag, his "documentaries" are more fiction then truth. Some of the best totalitarian propaganda ministers would worship at his feet for the way he manipulates the truth.

1 comment:

  1. Didn't Canada chip in for part of 'Bowling for Columbine'?

    I never saw that particular flick, but I suspect that might've been done to try and promote the now (mercifully) endangered gun registry here in the states.