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    Arguments In Defense Of Slavery

    by Ferdinand Bardamu George Fitzhugh was a slave-owner and a sociologist I: Aristotle on “Natural Slavery” In the ancient world, slavery was hardly a moral dilemma. It raised no ethical issues worthy of examination, nor was it ever considered a source of embarrassment. That most of mankind could be forcibly enslaved without injustice was a truism that was seldom debated, even among philosophers. Nature had assigned some men the role of master and others the role of slave. This was so obvious it required no elaborate rational explanation; for centuries, the belief that the stronger had a right to dominate the weaker was always regarded as true, but trivially so.…

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    Easter Thoughts

    by Tim Murray I will always remember the traditions my family followed during the Easter break. As a boy, even as a teen, I looked forward to them as much or more than I did Christmas. I remember Easter Friday with particular fondness, when my Dad toasted “hot cross buns” for breakfast while we all sat down at the table, our mouths drooling, for the moment when he brought them to us heaped on a big plate. No sooner did that plate meet the table when I aggressively competed with my brothers for the butter dish. The immediate goal was to spread the butter before the bun got too cold…

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    Thank You Doug Ford! Canadians Are Tired Of Footing The Bill For Anti-White Racist Propaganda

    by Tim Murray The “best education” for White children is “anti-racism activism” in favor of diversification of Canada. Cry me a river. So the Left is in a tizzy because the Ford government has cut off funding to “Harmony“, one of hundreds of “anti-racist” organizations putatively dedicated to “equity”, diversity and inclusion, and a range of other goals whose benefits they assume to be self-evident. But, as one can easily discern from the comments that follow articles that trumpet the dubious merits of increasing cultural and ethnic fragmentation and new found sexual identities, a lot of taxpayers don’t buy into the scam. They pay for it but it is a…

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    A Conversation With Ricardo Duchesne: Part III

    by Grégoire Canlorbe Part I | Part II | Part III Hegel Grégoire Canlorbe: It is not uncommon to claim the self-assertive longing for “prestige,” “respect,” and “fame” is fully intelligible within the framework of the selfish-gene theory, according to which the individual is biologically designed to propagate his genes—and therefore, to pursue personal survival, reproduction, and kin solidarity. Despite the Indo-European warlord’s disdain for his own biological survival, and despite his heroism being recognized and praised by people who are not necessarily related to him genetically, do you still subscribe to the universal relevance of the selfish-gene framework? Ricardo Duchesne: In Uniqueness I contrasted the aristocratic obsession with honor…

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    A Conversation With Ricardo Duchesne: Part II

    by Grégoire Canlorbe (Traduit en français) Part I | Part II | Part III Oswald Spengler Grégoire Canlorbe: Western civilization, originating from the Indo-European heroic ethos, turned out to be both the most creative and Faustian civilization and the most war-ridden and war-dominated one. Islamic civilization has been equally militaristic and expansionist; yet it quickly became frozen and hostile towards innovation and individual genius—despite the fact that praising Muhammad’s heroic lifetime has permeated Islamic societies to this day. How do you explain this duality? Ricardo Duchesne: Almost all cultures have been expansionist, if not warlike, in one form or another. This universal trait does not make a people Faustian. Even…

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    A Conversation With Ricardo Duchesne: Part I

    by Grégoire Canlorbe (Traduit en français) Part I | Part II | Part III Grégoire Canlorbe: In your eyes, the European civilization of the White man has been systemically downsized by contemporary world historians—to name but a few, Patrick O’Brien, Sebastian Conrad, or Ian Morris. Could you develop? Ricardo Duchesne: At this point in time, the downplaying of European civilization goes well beyond the observations I made in The Uniqueness of Western Civilization (2011). The globalist establishment is no longer satisfied with the replacement of Western Civ courses, which were part of the standard curriculum in North America for much of the twentieth century, with Multicultural World History surveys that…

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    The Suppression Of Bill Whatcott: It’s Free Speech Or Bust

    by Tim Murray Canadian tribunal fines Bill Whatcott $55,000 for expressing Christian views on “transgenderism” As the screws are tightening ever more, there a lot of valuable people, organizations and websites in our broad movement who are crying out for donations to survive, competing with allies for financial support from a supporter base heavily weighted toward boomers constrained by modest pensions. Alas, benefactors with deep pockets are in short supply. In fact, they are MIA. As much as I would want to see the groups with whom I am affiliated win this desperate competition, I have to say in all honesty that if you are a Canadian member of the…

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    Maxime Bernier & Democratic Dissent

    by Tyler Hamilton Just a few months ago, I set off on a trip with some members of The People’s Party of Canada (PPC) to attend a rally for Maxime Bernier and the founding of the party. The individuals I shared the ride with were full of excitement and renewed vigor for democratic participation in the political process. The motto to distill the mood can be summarized as, “Finally we can vote on our values and not on cynical strategy!” The curious aspect was that between all of us who shared the ride, and even those at that rally, there were many different ideologies, solutions, and even diagnoses of just…

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    Mass Immigration Is Far More Destructive Than World War II

    by Ferdinand Bardamu (Traduit en français) Streets of Paris under German Occupation I: Western Europe’s Post-WWII Recovery World War II is considered the most destructive conflict in history. No other conflict, not even the 13th century Mongol invasions, comes even close. An estimated 60 million to 80 million are believed to have been killed during WWII; in contrast, the Mongols only killed an estimated 30 million to 40 million. Huge swaths of territory in Europe were reduced to ruin by Allied bombing. Germany, Poland and Russia suffered the most devastation. The combined wartime expenditures of Axis and Allied powers were astronomical, running into the trillions of dollars in today’s currency.…

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    Statue Of Liberty Declares: STOP IMMIGRATION!

    by Tim Murray ENOUGH ALREADY! Maybe you haven’t heard the terrible news. The United States, like almost every nation on the planet, is in serious population overshoot. This is a vastly different world than the one Emma Lazarus lived in. Hers was an America of seemingly unlimited resources. Ours is one of Limits to Growth. Yes, there are still vast tracts of America that are sparsely populated. But it is not about how many people a nation can contain but how many it can sustain. The United States has a limited ecological carrying capacity, and there is every indication that it has been exceeded. That is not only a disaster…