Jason Kenney's fuming response to Amnesty International was not the adversaries' first go-round - 2019-09-17

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F0.png Jason Kenney's fuming response to Amnesty International was not the adversaries' first go-round September 17, 2019, David Climenhaga, blogs, rabble.ca

Returned to power after four years, Alberta's Conservative party is governing pretty much as you'd expect from a government that, as Talleyrand supposedly said of the restored House of Bourbon, has learned nothing and forgotten nothing.

Consider the matter of the controversial letter from the head of Amnesty International Canada to Alberta Premier Jason Kenney.

No, not the one Alex Neve mailed to Kenney last week. I'm speaking of the one Neve encouraged Canadians to mail to immigration and citizenship minister Kenney back in June 2013 condemning the Harper government's decision to deny basic health care to refugees.

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{{cite news | first = David | last = Climenhaga | title = Jason Kenney's fuming response to Amnesty International was not the adversaries' first go-round | url = http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/alberta-diary/2019/09/jason-kenneys-fuming-response-amnesty-international-was-not | work = blogs | publisher = rabble.ca | date = September 17, 2019 | accessdate = September 18, 2019 }}