Mr. Speaker, that was not what was said last week. It sounds like we will see no evil, speak no evil and hear no evil when it comes to our foreign policy on human rights.
The attitude of the government shows the callous disregard for the gross human rights abuses that are taking place all over the world. I am sure the government's insensitive approach to human rights will be little comfort to the valiant souls subjected to torture and incarceration without trial while fighting for human rights and democracy throughout the world.
Why has the government flip-flopped yet again on its foreign policy commitments? Why has it broken another of its red book promises?