It is my hope that our society learns from his example that in current times, when our human environment is all too often divided into adversarial “us and them” camps, David Noble truly represented those foundational Canadian values that embrace the collective “we” — all of us — whether it was about religious holidays, visible differences, or the undue influence of external forces on academic freedom of thought and speech.She's agin "undue influence" unless, of course, the "undue influence" is being exerted by "them" (i.e. the Leftoslammy axis).
Friday, January 7, 2011
Their Kind of Jew
Dr. Wahida Valiante of the Canadian Islamic Congress waxes lachrymose over the recent death of anti-Zionist York U. prof David Noble: