Broadcaster Jerry Agar is sitting in for Ezra Levant all this week. Tonight, he looks at the growing phenomenon of organized anti-Semitism on Canadian university campuses, often disguised as criticism of the state of Israel.
As Jerry reports:
Hatred of Jews is not only alive in Canada, it is trumpeted on university campuses which all of us – including Jews – pay taxes to support.
Israel Apartheid Week is now an annual campus event across the globe, but it started in Toronto in 2005. The anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS) movement is also a going concern.
In the name of free speech, Jew hating is an annual event on Canadian campuses, while other causes like the pro-life or men’s rights movements are denied a voice — all in the name of “diversity”…
PLUS Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein talks about the spread of anti-Semitism, which isn’t confined to universities. For instance, the Green Party of Canada is currently being roiled by a BDS controversy that may even drive leader Elizabeth May out of her party.
THEN: Peter Shurman, former Ontario Progressive Conservative finance critic, explains how public sector union employees and their families are driving Ontario’s debt into record breaking levels and keeping Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals in power.
Former PC leader Tim Hudak was right to say that 100,000 government jobs had to be cut, but he didn’t present this policy correctly and it cost him the election.
FINALLY: An encounter between a bike and a car — that the car lost...
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