bearish wrote:ppauper wrote:
So, we have a spat between a totalitarian regime with a horrendous track record on human rights and the government of Justin Trudeau. I trust you are squarely on the side of the Saudis here.
I'm not going to join bearish, as I don't have a dog in that fight. I was going to say that bearish was on his own, but it seems that he is in good company
The day after Saudi Arabia downgraded ties, Yemen's Hadi government, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and the Palestinian Authority all announced their support of Saudi Arabia's response to what they considered "interference" in the Kingdom's internal affairs by Canada. The Arab Interior Ministers Council and the secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani also sided with Saudi Arabia. However, Qatar, a GCC member, distanced itself from the remarks made by Al Zayani and stated that his comments "do not reflect its opinion" while mentioning that it maintains cordial relations with Canada
I would hope that even bearish would draw the line at flying planes into toronto skyscrapers,which is what the tweet seemed to suggest