Kenney Right To Pull CAF Funding

Canadian Arab Federation Executive Director Mohamed Boudjenane Says Government Cut Their Funds To Go After The Jewish Vote Instead

 These people are a joke to me,and I am sick of paying taxes so these people can verbally bludgeon Canadians into giving them more tax dollars.
 The Canadian Arab Federation until recently claimed nearly half a million dollars a year in tax resources that they used for a wide variety of things like promoting anger towards Jews and other such things. Their website is a cornucopia of links that take you to some dozen or so nasty articles about how bad jews and westerners are. http://caf.ca/HomePage.aspx
 In one video hosted on their website they offer up a video of a lady  screaming “Jewish child, you’re going to fucking die. Hamas is coming for you.” 
 Our government paid $60,000.00 to develope the website through Heritage Canada that promotes anti-western and anti-jewish thought. I bet that site actually cost about $500.00 to develope and I wonder how it is that this group was able to access such a large amount of money for such a simple site?
 Frankly I could care less what this group says or does but I don’t feel like I should have to pay for the priveledge of their existence. This is not a program that benefits the general public, this is a program that seems to promote hatred towards Jews.
 According to their executive director, they exist only to help newcomers adjust to Canadian society, and to fight racism and Islamophobia. 
 It’s good the government cut the CAF loose…now they should start looking at the rest of these hatred promoting groups to see if the public is financing their anger and if we are, we should cut them loose as well.
 
 
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7 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    Posted March 2, 2009 at 12:23 pm | Permalink

    These organizations should receive no public funding. They should also be exposed for what they really are. Where are all our investigative journalists?

    Speaking of public funding, why hasn’t the CBC done one of their exposes on these hate mongers? I guess they’re too busy doing stories on important stuff like kids toys and penny ante pyramid scams to be bothered with anything so minor as publicly and internationally funded racist organizations that promote genocide.

  2. Anonymous
    Posted March 2, 2009 at 1:05 pm | Permalink

    Good god, we paid for that website did we?

  3. Anonymous
    Posted March 2, 2009 at 2:31 pm | Permalink

    This is a good cut by the Government.

    What an abuse by of the taxpayers money.

    $60,000 for a website ??!!!

    What is sad is that two of our MP’s copposed the cut. Maurizio Bevilacqua and Martha Hall Finlay said it was a freedome of expression issue and the funds should continue to flow to this group that promotes hate openly in our streets.

    Shame on them!

  4. Anonymous
    Posted March 2, 2009 at 3:58 pm | Permalink

    What a crock. If it was a Christian site promoting hatred of Islam Bevilacqua and Finlay would be screaming to have them all hauled before a Human Rights Commission.

    It’s high time people started actually thinking about what the word racism means and just who the real racists are in this society.

  5. Anonymous
    Posted March 2, 2009 at 5:09 pm | Permalink

    Why would Hall-Finlay be backing CAF?????

    Especially after they called Ignatieff a “political whore”

  6. Anonymous
    Posted March 2, 2009 at 6:01 pm | Permalink

    They called Jason Kenney a professional whore. Hall-Finlay backs the CAF because kissing up to radical Islam is fashionable this week if you’re on the left.

  7. Anonymous
    Posted March 4, 2009 at 11:34 am | Permalink

    “Their website is a cornucopia of links that take you to some dozen or so nasty articles about how bad jews and westerners are

    You obviously didn’t read their disclaimer. They’re not responsible…”Disclaimer
    “the articles, videos and pictures shown on the site do not necessarily reflect the opinions and policies of CAF, its officers, members or staff”

    Get it? The stuff on their website isn’t necessarily their responsibility. Just because they put it there doesn’t mean they believe it. Nope. Not their fault. No way.


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