Canada is so screwed

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. France, U.K., Germany, and Belgium are setting up a money transfer system to Iran that will bypass the USA. It won’t be in USA dollars and will be invisible.
    Mogherini is in charge of it. Think John Kerry’s visits.
    If we know it, Donald Trump knows it.
    Interesting times ahead.

    • They’ve got to use SWIFT for something. Maybe secondary sanctions via the SWIFT mechanism to counter these EUNuchs.

      Expert: Trump Must Insist on Total Cutoff of Iranian Banks for Sanctions to be Effective

      United States President Donald Trump must be willing, for sanctions to effectively change Iran’s destabilizing behavior, to sanction the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), if it maintains connections with sanctioned Iranian banks in November, Richard Goldberg, a senior adviser at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, argued in an op-ed published Wednesday in the New York Post.

      SWIFT is an organization that carries messages back and forth between banks. If it does not disconnect access from Iranian banks after November, when the U.S. re-imposes banking sanctions, European nations will be able to sidestep those sanctions by enabling deals between European banks and sanctioned Iranian banks through SWIFT.

      Shortly after Trump announced that the U.S. was withdrawing from the nuclear deal in May, the European Commission announced its intent to “evade US sanctions by processing payments to Iran through European central banks,” Goldberg wrote.

      In 2012, Congress passed a law allowing the president to sanction members of SWIFT, who violated U.S. sanctions. These sanctions, which Goldberg helped design as a top aide to then-Sen. Mark Kirk (R – Ill.), cut off Iran’s central bank and helped force Iran to negotiate. However, as part of the nuclear deal, Iranian banks once again had access to SWIFT, and Western leverage to force Iran to negotiate or compromise was lost.

      Instead of cutting off sanctioned Iranian banks, some are suggesting a compromise plan that would allow SWIFT to penalize only those Iranian banks that violate its standards, and engage in terror-financing and money-laundering. Goldberg dismissed such an arrangement as “a dressed-up version of the status quo and exactly what JCPOA supporters want.”

  2. Female foreign affairs ministers from around the world gather in Montreal, Canada

    Female foreign affairs ministers from around the world gathered in Montreal on Friday to kick off a “historic” two-day summit that was described by Canada’s Chrystia Freeland as the first of its kind.

    Freeland and her co-host, Federica Mogherini, the high representative of the European Union, officially welcomed the delegates to a series of meetings that are set to end Saturday afternoon.

    Topics on the agenda include international security, strengthening democracy and fighting sexual and gender-based violence.

    In her opening remarks, Freeland highlighted the need to boost female participation in international peacekeeping efforts and conflict negotiations around the world.

    “I think we all know that prosperity and peace and security are more likely in places where women, and all people in our societies, can actively participate in political life,” she said at the summit’s first session, which fell on the UN-sanctioned International Day of Peace.

    Mogherini said the gathering is important both as a symbol of what women can achieve, and as a chance to work toward removing barriers so more women can gain access to leadership positions.

    She stressed that working toward equal pay, better work-life balance and granting wider access to traditionally ‘’male’’ jobs will benefit everyone, not just women.

    “It is not just an issue of equal rights, it is not just an issue of achieving fairness for women, it is working to avoid a clear waste of human capital this world cannot afford anymore,” she said.

    “When women are not fully empowered, our collective potential in the world is not fully used.”

    In a statement, the Nobel Women’s Initiative urged the leaders to use the opportunity to make “concrete and accountable” commitments to female human rights defenders ahead of next week’s high-level general debate at the UN General Assembly in New York.

  3. Have you ever noticed that every time some psychopathic criminal talks somebody within the prison system to give them a gun or in any way help them escape it is always a woman who the psychopath has managed to con into helping him, never a guy? That’s because women, bless their hearts, have a nurturing nature and can be easily conned by a convincing act from a bad man with acting ability and a nice face. And here we have a woman-led world handing the keys over to the Muslim Jihadists and the girls don’t even know they’re being hornswoggled because they’re too busy patting themselves on the back for being so kind and loving toward the enemy. These girls are too dumb to even know how dumb they are and they’re so very proud of being retarded bimbos with their straight-A report cards and their law degrees…

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