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    Jürgen Habermas and the Abolition of German Ethnic Nationality

    by Ricardo Duchesne Jürgen Habermas speaking to an audience Since the 1960s Jürgen Habermas has been one of the most celebrated and influential thinkers in the world. In 2007, he was listed as the seventh most-cited author in the humanities and ranked seventh in the “Top 100 Global Thinkers list” in 2005/2008 by Prospect Magazine and Foreign Policy jointly. In the English-speaking world, he is less known than Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker, Jared Diamond, Slavoj Žižek or Paul Krugman. But in terms of articles and books written about his ideas, he surpasses all of them put together by a wide margin. Among academics, Habermas does have the status of a…

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    The Left-Center-Right Political Spectrum of Immigration = Cultural Marxism

    by Ricardo Duchesne Will Kymlicka is the foremost advocate of the Canadian model of immigrant multiculturalism. In a recent article I noted that Kymlicka is generally seen by both the left and the right as a centrist who defends the current system of immigration and liberal institutions in Canada. But I did not elaborate as to why he is seen as a centrist, in what ways is he different from leftist and rightist views on multiculturalism, but went on to argue that Kymlicka was “an advocate of the overthrow of the traditional European-centered culture of Canada, of mass immigration and of racially mixed states across the Western world.” Leftists, Centrists,…

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    Environmentalist / Corporate Rapprochement around Immigration

    by Ricardo Duchesne and Tim Murray In my [Murray’s] small community, in December of 2009, the local branch of the Sierra Club, Sierra Quadra, held a demonstration in front of the post office at the Q. Cove shopping plaza. Demonstrators carried placards urging delegates at the Copenhagen Conference on Climate Change to come to a meaningful and effective agreement. A few days ago, July 11, 2014, was “World Population Day“, where people across the world tried to raise awareness about the need to address this most serious emergency of world overpopulation. Guess what? No Sierra Club demonstrators were to be seen either here on Quadra Island, or in front of…

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    The Camp of the Saints

    by Robert Henderson The French writer Jean Raspail’s The Camp of the Saints was published in 1973.1 It is notorious or famous, according to your politics, for its story of the Third World poor successfully invading the First World. The invaders come armed not with guns and bombs, but the potent weapons of their huge numbers and the knowledge that the self-destructive ideology of Western elites — what we would nowadays call the “anti-racist” part of political correctness — had warped the minds of most of those elites and also those of the masses of the First World, who have been beaten into a state where they either cannot see…

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    The Socialist-Capitalist Alliance: the Fabian Society, the Frankfurt School, and Big Business: Part III

    by Clare Ellis Part I | Part II | Part III Extras posing as if diversity were a formula for business success Table of Contents  [click to open] Growth of Immigrant Communities and Indigenous Opposition Mainstream Justifications for Sustained Large-Scale Non-European Immigration Fabian-based Documents and Justifications Family Reunification, Temporary Work Permits, and the Myth of ‘Guest Workers’ The Largest Immigrant Group in All European Countries: Muslims Large-scale Non-European Immigration to Canada The Fabian-Labour Roots behind the Rise of British Multiculturalism Demographic Justifications Financial Benefits Justification Net Migration Levels, Absorptive Capacity, and Ethnic Votes Destruction of Europe: Socialist-Capitalist Immigrant Multiculturalism and Economic Individualism Fabian socialism and Frankfurt School cultural Marxism employ “gradualism”…

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    Right and Left Globalism

    by Frank Salter (Editor’s Note: the following has been adapted from Salter’s 2003 book On Genetic Interests, Family, Ethnicity, and Humanity in an Age of Mass Migration, with author’s permission.) ‘New Age’ guru Deepak Chopra on Globalism Globalization is a fact. It is the actual integration of international markets for goods, services, labor and finance. Globalism, by contrast, is a doctrine or ideology that calls upon the peoples of Western societies to embrace mass immigration and diversity as a universal good, or as an inevitable accompaniment of global economic integration. Globalism has Right and Left versions (hereafter called Right and Left globalism). Both argue that the nation state is losing…