2005年 02月 28日
（Toronto Star ２月１８日）
カナダでのユダヤ人差別に関しては、"None is too many."という表現もよく出てくる。
・"Toronto Star" （２月１８日）
Let us not forget it was the Liberal party that said none is too many when it came to Jews fleeing from Hitler. It was the Liberal party that interned Japanese Canadians in camps on Canada's West Coast
By raising the issue of Japanese Canadian internment, Mr. Harper is resorting to cheap political shots ... rather than facing the inconsistency of his position on human rights
・"Globe and Mail" （２月１８日）
It's just trying to score political points and I don't think that it's appropriate to do that with this particular issue
The words 'None is too many' were attributed to a former high-ranking government official and became the title of a well-known book. One of the book's authors said yesterday that Mr. Harper's remarks surprised him, saying the Tory Leader was abusing the past.
"Mr. Harper could learn a lesson or two from his own words," Tamara Kronis said. "The internment of Japanese Canadians and the legacy of 'None is too many' reminds us that there was a time in Canadian history when it was acceptable to discriminate against those minorities and to deny them equal treatment."
it was wrong-headed for Harper to cite the internment of Japanese Canadians during the Second World War as an example of Liberal violations of human rights.