Tuesday, June 23, 2009

It should be just about time for a new smear.

And given that Canadian citizen and six-year exile Abousfian Abdelrazik has finally been ordered to be returned, and has been cleared by both the RCMP and CSIS, and that the current crop of brownshirts running this country has run out of excuses and has grudgingly agreed to bring him home, it would be just about time for some exciting new revelations to smear the man in 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... ah, there we go.

Are we allowed to wonder whose fingerprints are all over that?

, I'd bet that Stephen Harper and his loyal Harperbots will use this new "revelation" to suddenly decide that, maybe, they need time to check this out more closely, upon whose heels there will be a frantic appeal or request for extension of the original repatriation deadline.

Anyone want a piece of that action?

BONUS TRACK: While it may not be perfectly relevant, I did sort of call this several days ago. That was the easiest prediction I ever made.


BlackRogueDreams said...

No surprise there.

The Doc said...

Gewd... this whole thing makes me sick to my stomach.

Infophile said...

Well, you have to remember: He was accused of terrorism, therefore he's a terrorist.

"Innocent until proven guilty"? Don't make me laugh.

Dr.Dawg said...

Koring says there's nothing much new in the "narrative" that appeared in the UN's gossip column. My suspicion is that they're doing a little damage control after a long period of increasingly negative publicity. I don't think there are grounds for any last-minute court games.

wv="marmagod" who gave us sour, bitter jam.

Dr.Dawg said...

"They"=Harper's administration, not their friends in the UN.

Mike said...

I told you not to pop the bubbly... the CPC are a bunch of fascist eels that won't let little things like laws and facts get in the way of getting what they want.

Ti-Guy said...

Psychopaths always do what comes next.

mikmik said...

The allegations were made by what? - the Bush administration
The UN notice contains little new information. It mostly echoes U.S. allegations levelled against Mr. Abdelrazik for years and first officially published in 2006 when the Bush administration added him to the UN Security Council's 1267 terrorist blacklist.