International Matters Caveat
A House of Israel Party government will not abandon traditional international allies, like Britain, and the USA.
We are not prepared to sign on to international agreements that compromise our independence and sovereignty. We shall forge our own policy, yet still try to work together and harmoniously with the international community. We shall have a good neighbour policy, but won't abandon our self-determination and sovereignty. We are not prepared to surrender our sovereignty for the sake of signing an international trade agreement or military alliance.
In the international political arena (when Canada is part of joint international ventures) we are a very small player.
The House of Israel shall seek to have a larger influence on the international scene by speaking out independently, while maintaining independence and sovereignty.
We will not be run by the United Nations, since this body is an unelected, unaccountable organization.
The aim is to maintain friendly relations with America, but not to have it based on subservience, or colonialism, but on the need to cooperate for our mutual self-interests.
Foreign investment will still happen, but it will be controlled so as to protect our own national interests as a sovereign nation. Diversify trade, so that all our trading eggs are not in one American basket. Our largest external trading partner will probably always continue being the USA, but we will look towards other trading options. It is not wise to make oneself so dependent on one customer. They will recognize your vulnerability, and may end up calling the tune and even setting the price, because you have no other options. Look for other options, so as to limit our vulnerability.
Party Mailing Address: House of Israel Party P.O. Box 475 Stn. Main Calgary, Alberta T2P-2J1
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" We shall be Canadians first, foremost, and always, and our policies will be decided in Canada and not dictated by any other country. "
John G. Diefenbaker 1895-1979 former Prime Minister of Canada