Friday, February 23, 2007

Is Ms Rice Embarassed by the Concept of Peace??

In 1956, Lester B. Pearson was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work creating the first United Nations Peacekeeping Force that went to the Suez during the crisis earlier that year.

The gold medal and parchment proclaiming the prize, are housed as a permanent display in the lobby of the Lester B. Pearson Building in Ottawas where the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is headquartered.

Today it was reported that the statue of the LIBERAL Prime Minister, his medal and the parchment were to be covered up for the photo op being held in Ottawa with Foreign Affairs Minister Peter McKay, Ms Condoleeza Rice, the US Secretary of State, and their Mexican counterpart.

The hiding away of the statue and medal has been deemed "unprecedented" by Canadian Media outlets ... the theory offered has been the Conservative Government's attempts at hiding away achievements of their Liberal predecessors.

Personally, I think it is for a simpler reason than that ... Ms Rice is a member of a Cabinet that once had a guy named John Ashcroft who had Lady Justice covered up during his press conferences because of her bare breasts. I wonder if it is simply the concepts of Justice and Peace that make Ashcroft and Rice and their cronies so uncomfortable??

That seems like a more likely explanation ... they are part of an administration who doesn't want to be reminded of things like justice, peace and other such ideals that they have been ineffective at realizing an achieving ...

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