Canada is forming a partnership with the United Nations and billionaire George Soros to help other countries implement their own version of Canada’s private refugee sponsorship program.
Former Haitian President of Senate is speaking out to tell the truth about Clinton Foundation at a Trump event!
He just challenged Trump to ask Hillary Clinton to publish the audit of all the money they have stolen from Haiti in 2010.
Russia’s U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin says the U.S. airstrike that apparently struck Syrian government troops has put “a very big question mark” over the future of the U.S. and Russian-brokered cease-fire agreement in Syria.
Churkin walked out of Saturday night’s acrimonious closed emergency session of the Security Council shortly before U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power began to speak.
“We don’t want people coming in and pushing any kind of agenda on Canada,” he said.
In an emailed statement sent to CBC on Saturday, Angott said the marches are “a neighbourhood watch-based activity, with a focus on the safety of women, children and the elderly.”
Sigmar Gabriel, who is also Germany’s Vice Chancellor, compared the TTIP negotiations unfavorably with a free trade deal forged between the 28-nation EU and Canada, which he said was fairer for both sides.
“In my opinion, the negotiations with the United States have de facto failed, even though nobody is really admitting it,” Gabriel said during a question-and-answer session with citizens in Berlin.
He noted that in 14 rounds of talks, the two sides haven’t agreed on a single common item out of 27 chapters being discussed.
Gabriel accused Washington of being “angry” about the deal that the EU struck with Canada, known as CETA, because it contains elements the U.S. doesn’t want to see in the TTIP.
“We mustn’t submit to the American proposals,” said Gabriel, who is also the head of Germany’s center-left Social Democratic Party.