Jews Create Schism In Canada's Green Party Over Gaza, One of Only Three Green Party MPs Leaves Party

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While the green-cult rises to prominence in Europe, and has made minor but considerable gains in the parliaments of Australia and NZ, it has struggled to get off the ground in Anglo America. In the US of course there are virtually no green party politicians holding office at any level of government. North of the border, the Canadian green party struggled to elect just three members in the 338 seat Canadian house of commons, the lower house of their bicameral parliament, last election in 2019, even though the world was in the midst of the propaganda blitz by fetal alcohol survivor Greta Thunburg, and even though that election saw the lowest ever proportional support for the two-party jew party system there, with roughly 34% of Canadians voting for the conservative party, and another 34% voting for Turdeau's shitlib party. Canadian senators are appointed by the party which controls the house of commons, not elected, and serve until they are forced to retire when the turn 75 years old.

This is not entirely surprising; the Canadian Green party at that time was run by an uncharismatic fat woman with big buck teeth, who in previous years had drunkenly praised islamic terrorists in public. After the last election, this vulgar fat woman resigned out of humiliation, and in her place, party members elected a ghastly looking bald headed negress, who makes women of other races with down syndrome seem attractive by comparison, even though this negress was not a sitting member of parliament, and came in 4th place in her district when she ran in the 2019 election, and subsequently lost a 2020 byelection after she became party leader.

This negress had hired an jewish member of antifa as one of her advisors, -- as we know, there is always a jew or team of jews behind every politically engaged jogger, -- and despite being engaged with antifa, this jew was very vocal in supporting Israel as his co-ethnics massacred Palestinians civilians last month. As we also know, jews are never made to apologize for their neurotic behavior, and that has now lead to a schism in the green party, with one of the three green MPs leaving the party and joining Turdeau's shitlib party (which is confusing, as Turdeau is just a big of a kikesucker as anyone, but this defecting MP is of course another fat woman, so she cannot be expected to make logically consistent decisions).

Green MP crosses floor to join Liberals after challenging leader over Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Atwin's defection to the Liberals is the latest sign of internal turmoil damaging the Greens, who had high hopes of growing into a more influential bloc in Parliament

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Brian Platt

Brian Platt

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Jun 10, 2021 • 7 hours ago • 4 minute read • 286 Comments
MP Jenica Atwin speaks in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill on Sept. 29, 2020. Atwin has crossed the floor to join the Liberals, after being elected as a Green Party member in 2019.
MP Jenica Atwin speaks in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill on Sept. 29, 2020. Atwin has crossed the floor to join the Liberals, after being elected as a Green Party member in 2019. PHOTO BY JUSTIN TANG/THE CANADIAN PRESS/FILE

OTTAWA — In the 2019 election, Jenica Atwin represented a promising success story for the Green Party, winning its first ever seat in New Brunswick and potentially securing a new foothold for the federal party outside British Columbia, where its only other two MPs reside.

But on Thursday, Atwin’s defection to the Liberals is the latest sign of internal turmoil badly damaging the Greens, who had high hopes that they could grow into a more influential bloc in Parliament, but are now shrinking instead.

Atwin announced she was crossing the floor at a news conference in her home riding of Fredericton, standing alongside Liberal cabinet minister Dominic LeBlanc.

“In the past month I’ve been at a crossroads,” Atwin said. “It’s been, in a word, distracting. And so I’m going where I can do my best work on behalf of my community and for the people that I care so deeply about.”

Over the past month, Green Party infighting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has spilled out into the public.

Atwin broke publicly with Green Party Leader Annamie Paul over the issue, posting on Twitter that a statement from Paul calling for de-escalation was “totally inadequate.”

“I stand with Palestine and condemn the unthinkable airstrikes in Gaza. End Apartheid!” Atwin tweeted on May 11.
https://nationalpost.com/news/polit...inian-conflict-grows-as-mps-break-from-leader
Meanwhile, Noah Zatzman, a senior adviser to Paul, sparked revolt within the party after a public Facebook post declared his solidarity with Israel and condemned the “appalling anti-Semitism and discrimination” from “many Liberal, NDP and sadly Green MPs,” without specifying any names. His post said the Greens “will work to defeat you and bring in progressive climate champions who are antifa and pro LGBT and pro indigenous sovereignty and Zionists!!!!!”

The Canadian Press has reported that the Green Party executive committee will not renew Zatzman’s contract when it expires next month.

At Thursday’s news conference, Atwin said the Israel dispute “certainly played a role” in her defection. She also said she wanted to work in a more “supportive and collaborative” environment, and said many of the Liberal party’s values align with her own.

“For me, it was always difficult to choose which party flag to fly over my head,” Atwin said, noting she’s never been a rigid partisan.

“I have the same priorities, the same values that I’ve always had,” she said. “So it’s my hope that I will still maintain the trust of the voters of Fredericton, of my colleagues, of my friends.”

Atwin’s defection leaves the Green Party with just two MPs, Elizabeth May and Paul Manly, both of whom represent ridings on Vancouver Island.

In a statement, they said they’re “heartbroken” about Atwin’s departure, but also put the blame on Zatzman’s post.

“Unfortunately, the attack against Ms. Atwin by the Green Party leader’s chief spokesperson on May 14th created the conditions that led to this crisis,” they said. “We (Paul Manly MP, Elizabeth May MP) have no intention of leaving the Green Party of Canada.”

Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada, speaks at a news conference after New Brunswick MP Jenica Atwin revealed she had left the Green Party to join the Liberals, on Parliament Hill, June 10, 2021.
Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada, speaks at a news conference after New Brunswick MP Jenica Atwin revealed she had left the Green Party to join the Liberals, on Parliament Hill, June 10, 2021. PHOTO BY JUSTIN TANG/THE CANADIAN PRESS

May stepped down as the Greens’ leader in 2019 after 13 years at the helm. Her husband John Kidder recently announced he’s leaving his post as a party executive.

Paul, who won the leadership race last fall to succeed May, does not have a seat in Parliament. She’s run twice unsuccessfully in the Liberal stronghold riding of Toronto Centre, finishing fourth in the 2019 election but a relatively close second in last fall’s byelection to replace then Finance Minister Bill Morneau. She has said she intends to run there again in the next election.

In her own news conference, Paul said she accepts Atwin’s decision, but was disappointed by the revelation Atwin had been talking to the Liberals for a few weeks about the move.

She also downplayed the idea that Atwin left over the Israeli-Palestinian dispute, and that her leadership may have contributed to Atwin’s departure.

“I take Jenica at her word,” Paul said. “She said that her decision had nothing to do with me, that it wasn’t a factor in her decision, that she wished me well, that she hoped that we would remain friends. And so I will take her at her word that this is a decision she took for other reasons.”

But pushed by reporters on the issue of Zatzman’s post, Paul declined to give her own thoughts on the matter.

“The conversations between me and those who work with my office are between the two of us,” she said.

Pushed further on it, she again declined to discuss the Zatzman post, saying only that she’s trying to create an environment where people can respectfully disagree.

“There were a number of views expressed over the last number of weeks, and I will really underline, none of them by me, that would clearly have put people into conflict,” she said. “My job, my approach to leadership, is to try to bring people together and not to prosecute anything that really should be done between people who respect each other privately.”

 

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Yes. Leave the greens and join Trudeau liberals who are 100% behind Israel. It’s a bullshit excuse for a better opportunity to remain a the trough with the liberals in the next election. Democracy in action.
 
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