Friday, April 22, 2005

"It's all about oil..."

While you were smugly patting yourselves on the back for being Canadians, hip to the complexities and conundra of multilateral sensitivities, tetralogical galaxies, or whatever the commie talking points were a couple of years back, proud of a government willing to chart a course independent of those who would liberate the rape rooms...

CFP, courtesy Instapundit;

The Canadian company that Saddam Hussein invested a million dollars in belonged to the Prime Minister of Canada, has discovered.

Cordex Petroleum Inc., launched with Saddam’s million by Prime Minister Paul Martin’s mentor Maurice Strong’s son Fred Strong, is listed among Martin’s assets to the Federal Ethics committee on November 4, 2003.


Martin’s public address to Canadians coincided with the very day that his long-time mentor Maurice Strong was tied to the $65-billion UN oil-for-food scandal.

Was Martin using the Adscam scandal as a distraction in a Maurice Strong Cordex oil-for-food scandal that would inevitably lead back to him?
With that degenerate bastard Trudeau slurping the Cubans and Soviets throughout his regime, it's no surprise to see Canadian politicians working for mutual benefit with a mass murdering tyrant, collaborating with the enemies of the people the Canadian governmafia pretends to represent.

If that sounds like hyperbole, you're still not paying attention.

UPDATE: Austin Bay, Roger L Simon, and the awesome Claudia Rossett on Kudlow & Company discussing oil for popsicles. HT Instapundit.

Canada -- #1 UN country for years. Didn't we lose #1 around the time Adscam was shut down? Let's keep dropping in their list.

UPDATEST OF THEM ALL: Remember the South Park episode where they went to visit the new Prime Minister of Canada?

1 Comment:

MapMaster said...

The Liberal crème de la grime have realized that the winning strategy is to innoculate the busy taxpayers with daily scandals.