- A majority of people quizzed in three out of four countries polled also rejected the March 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq. . .
Britain's Guardian newspaper said it carried out the survey along with Israel's Haaretz, La Presse and Toronto Star in Canada and Mexico's Reforma. . .
A majority of Canadians and Mexicans agreed, with 62 per cent of those polled in Canada and 57 per cent in Mexico saying their neighbour's policy had made the world more dangerous...
I couldn't believe it before, but now that I have seen anti-America individuals in Canada, I believe it. It's really sad to see people who carry blind hatred towards Americans the same way Mullahs and Jihadists do.
One of my classmates, who has never been to the States, was shocked when I told her that Americans can be nice, gracious and soft hearted people. She said people who have elected an evil like Bush can not be human beings.
It's really upsetting, isn't it?