|from:|| DEAR PM |
|to:|| "Jenni Byrne, Conservative Party of Canada" |
|date:||Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 11:30 AM|
|subject:||Re: Trudeau’s team tells Al Jazeera he wants “engagement” with Iran|
Thanks for the email! I am glad the Conservatives are taking such a tough stance against Iran. Can we put up more sanctions and cut all diplomatic and economic ties with them as well? Maybe we can invade them and bring democracy to the people? Just a thought.
On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Jenni Byrne, Conservative Party of Canada <email@example.com> wrote:
We know Justin Trudeau can't resist telling his audience what it wants to hear, even if it means making different promises to different groups of people – but this interview with Al Jazeera, a state-owned Middle Eastern media organization, goes too far.
One of Justin Trudeau’s top advisors, former Liberal MP Omar Alghabra, told Al Jazeera that Canada needs “engagement” with Iran.
In an exclusive interview with the state-owned media organization, Alghabra said “on the issue of Iran, Trudeau has clearly stated that he is for engagement.”
After news that the RCMP foiled a suspected terrorist plot, which the RCMP said was supported by Al Qaeda operatives in Iran, it’s obvious that these comments are unacceptable – and that Justin Trudeau lacks the judgement to be Prime Minister.
The Conservative government has taken a strong stance against terrorism and in defence of Israel, the only real democracy in the region. We support freedom and democracy in Iran – not the Iranian regime. We even listed the al-Qods force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist entity. Canada needs less, not more, "engagement" with these groups!
Under the strong leadership of Stephen Harper, our government will continue to take steps to protect Canadians and support the global fight against terrorism. And we need your help.
If you oppose Trudeau’s plan to “engage” with the Iranian regime, announced of course on Al Jazeera, can you chip in $25 or whatever you can afford?
National Campaign Manager, 2011
P.S. Click here to read the full article on Al Jazeera – and make sure you forward this e-mail to your friend