Indian genocide: That’s what former CJC boss Bernie Farber says Canada is guilty of

“Why would Farber say this? Perhaps an answer lies in what he now does for a living. After the Canadian Jewish Congress was disbanded, Farber ran as a Liberal in the last Ontario election, in a very Jewish riding, and lost.

So a wealthy Jewish heir, named Michael Dan, hired the man the electorate didn’t want.

Dan’s company, Gemini Power, wants to build power plants on Indian reserves. Good idea. And Farber’s job is to lobby Indian chiefs for permission. So Farber does what he knows. He’s swapped out the phrase “Jewish Holocaust” for “Indian genocide” and swapped in “Canadian government” for “Nazis.” It’s bizarre, it’s embarrassing, but it pays the bills.”

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