Asking Western leaders to show proof supporting their allegations doesnâ€™t make you an â€˜Assad apologistâ€™ or a â€˜Russian propagandist.â€™
On the verge of a battlefield victory, why would Syrian President Bashar al-Assad be so stupid as to employ the one weapon that almost guarantees the condemnation of the world?
Syriaâ€™s president never asked them to deploy, and the U.S. hasnâ€™t formally declared war with any country since the Second World War.
Canada and other Western countries should review their own military records before casting a barrage of stones Russiaâ€™s way.
Itâ€™s not likely to be as dangerous as Afghanistan or Vietnam. But the question remains: what do Canada and the UN hope to achieve?
Any smart Russian agent wouldnâ€™t use a Russian-produced nerve agent to off someone. This isnâ€™t James Bond.
With Canadian soldiers deployed to the Baltic country, Canada ought to speak out against the March 16 parades there remembering soldiers who fought with the Nazis.
The chief of defence staff said a band playing in the back of the plane was â€˜team-building and â€˜not a partyâ€™ but â€˜a mission.â€™ Thatâ€™s a lame excuse.