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    The Short, Crazy Life Of Zaida Catalán

    by Ezven Kalivoda (Traduit en français) Former leader of the Young Greens of Sweden, Zaida Catalán (†) You may have heard about the two young Scandinavian women killed, and beheaded, by Islamic militants recently in Morocco. They’re not alone. Here’s one you may not have heard of, Zaida Catalán, a Swedish politician who was shot and beheaded in the Congo in March of 2017. So what, you may ask, was she doing in that Hell-hole of corruption, poverty and rebellion? Was she checking on the Kamuina Nsapu militia, who were responsible for beheading 40 police officers? No. She and an American were checking with the rebels on Government atrocities as…

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    My New Year’s Hope: Counter-Revolution

    by Tim Murray When patriarchal Christianity succumbed to progressive secularism, when clerics with lisps and pink shirts took to the pulpit to preach the PC news rather than the Good News, the field was left wide open to Islam. People crave clarity and moral absolutes. They need a clear demarcation of good and evil, right and wrong, dos and don’ts. Christian Canada is dying and retreating by inches. While more than 60,000 Muslims enter Canada every year, while the Muslim population in Canada has doubled every decade for the past thirty years, while Christian congregations diminish and mosques swell, while progressives mock Christianity while campaigning against what is absurdly called…

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    Bernier Must Rally For The Right Cause

    by Tim Murray Is Bernier heading in the right direction? In war and politics — that is war by other means — it is common knowledge that the outcome of a pivotal battle can hinge on a battle cry that galvanizes emotions. Men gripped by panic or paralysis can suddenly be made to cast it aside, rise up and charge the enemy. A battle cry is like a trumpet call, music which has the capacity to tap into the brain’s secretion of dopamine and natural opioids that help block our perception of fatigue, fear or pain. Slogans and battle cries can increase confidence and filter out distractions. They concentrate the…

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    The World According To The CBC

    by Tim Murray Girl in front of the lion cage, by Max Slevogt (1901) According to eye witnesses, a lion at the Granby zoo in Quebec suddenly grabbed the collar of a young girl’s jacket as she was leaning into the cage. As the lion tried to pull her inside, her screaming parents called for help. To their everlasting relief, a motorcyclist nearby came to the rescue. The biker jumped off his Harley, ran to the cage, and hit the lion square on the nose with a powerful punch. Whimpering from the pain, the lion jumped back, letting go of the girl, and the biker brought the girl to her…

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    Merry Christmas!

    by The Editors Dear reader, we wish you a Merry Christmas, in the company of your family and friends! The Council of European Canadians takes a small break from moderating in order to bounce back with full force in 2019. We will be back in early January. In the meantime we continue to post some articles, so stay tuned: 12/27: The World According To The CBC 12/30: Bernier Must Rally For The Right Cause Please consider a donation to forward our cause. Your CEC

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    Western Civilization Identified As Hate Group By Anti-Racists

    by Tim Murray Hate group of Enlightment thinkers Following the successful passage of Motion 103 which condemned all forms of Islamophobia, another motion of similar intent will be debated before the House of Commons in 2018. It condemns Western Civilization and all of its meagre accomplishments. Motion 666, moved by Liberal MP Abbas Bashir (St. Laurent-Laval) calls for parliamentarians to vote for the denunciation of Western Civilization and all other forms of hate. “Hate which,” according to Bashir, “manifests itself in many ways, such as offhand remarks about the beauty of the Sistine Chapel or Westminster Cathedral, or the significance of the Gutenberg press and the Enlightenment. References that are meant…

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    Species Is A Social Construct

    by Tim Murray Taking charge. Barney the Lab breaks free of human patriarchy. After a decade of failing to inculcate any sense of deference, discipline or obedience in my Labrador Retriever “Barney,” I have beaten myself up with self-reproach. His failure, I reckoned, was a reflection of my failure. The failure to guide and mentor him as I should have, so that he could take his place as a responsible citizen of the neighbourhood. But now I realize that this was hope was founded on a false patriarchal paradigm. You see, I had always assumed that his was a subordinate species, and that I was charged by nature to manage…

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    The Africanization of France…as of 2016

    by Falko Baumgartner (Traduit en français) Editor’s Note: This is an update of the original article which has been published yearly since 2012 in various alternative outlets (the 2012 version in English, German, Dutch and French). It traces the ongoing demographic displacement of the French people based on official French medical data on sickle cell disease. In 2016, the year for which the latest figures are available, 40 percent of newborns in mainland France were of non-European origin and their number is steadily rising. Screening of sickle cell disease in newborn babies in mainland France from 2005 to 2016; the values are per region and in percent of the total number…

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    Merry Christmas!

    by The Editors Dear reader, we wish you a Merry Christmas, in the company of your family and friends! Your CEC by Tim Murray I would like to take this opportunity to tell you and yours what I am not going to wish for today. I am not going to wish you “Happy Holidays.” Nor I am going to tell you to have a “joyful festive season.” I am not going to tell you have a “Happy Winter Solstice.” Or have a “happy Saturnalia,” or whatever bacchanalian festival you favour. Instead, I am going to wish you a good old-fashion Merry Christmas. I am going to do so not because…