Crawl Across the Ocean

Sunday, July 31, 2005


Over at Tilting at Windmills, Ian talks about the recent Canadian cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency's desire to have outspoken marijuana activist Marc Emery arrested and (eventually they hope) extradited to the U.S., and puts it in the context of Canada's place in the world, and how the time has come to wean ourselves off being dependent on the U.S. for our well-being. Definitely worth reading.

I see that he cross-posted it to the e-group so it might get more comments there. Pogge has also linked to it as well (so it's not just me who thinks it's worth a read).

Update: As an aside, James Burns' post at the e-group has some more commentary on the Marc Emery case.

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  • Emery has been the hottest topic on CanConv for a few days now. You can check the posts out in the Canada-US relations::Security category.


    By Blogger Andrew, at 8:15 AM  

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