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    Bruce Bawer: For the Destruction of European Ethnic Identity: Part I

    by Clare Ellis Part I | Part II | Part III Introduction Bruce Bawer thinks Europe has a problem with Islam and Leftism, and he’s not wrong. But Bawer is an American Neocon poster-child, a peer among a very influential cadre of authors fixated on some supposed “global” clash between fundamentalist Islam and Western Civ, such as Bat Ye’or, Robert Spencer, Andrew Bostom, Claire Berlinkski, Melanie Phillips, and Mark Steyn. In his best-seller book, While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West from Within (Anchor Books, New York, 2006), Bawer critiques the facilitation of Islamism in Europe by Leftist PC Elites, the rise of anti-Semitism, and the rapid…

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    Was Roman Citizenship Based on Laws for “all of Humanity”?

    by Ricardo Duchesne (Italian Translation) Corpus Juris Civilis The claim that the Roman empire was a legally sanctioned multiracial state is another common trope used by cultural Marxists to create an image of the West as a civilization long working itself toward the creation of a universal race mixed humanity. This is a lie to which patriots of Western Civ must not yield to. The majority of scholars agree that Rome’s greatest contribution to Western Civilization was the development of a formal-rational type of legal order characterized by the logical consistency of its laws, the precise classification of its different types of law, the precise definition of its terms, and…

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    Canadian City of Burnaby: Election Results for November 15, 2030

    by Tim Murray, Clairvoyant Demographer Burnaby-North MLA Richard T. Lee attended the People’s Republic of China National Day Demography is Destiny (Auguste Comte) It’s that time of year again. The time where Canadians across the country are offered the chance to decide who will govern their cities. It is a chance that comes once every two years in mid-November. Sadly, few eligible voters take advantage of this opportunity. Some attribute this failing not to apathy, but to a feeling of growing alienation. Voters don’t feel that the candidates or the parties that endorse them reflect their interests or concerns. I wonder why? Ethnic lobbies say that Asian voters — a…

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    The Africanization of France…as of 2014

    One in three newborns is of non-European origin and their number steadily increasing by Falko Baumgartner (Editor’s Note: This article is an expanded and updated version of an original version published in November 2012 in Alternative Right. This original version was translated and published in French in Les 4 Vérités. I am very pleased the author has sent this new version to Council of European Canadians.) Screening of sickle cell disease in newborn babies in mainland France from 2005 to 2013; the values are per region and in percent of the total number born that year. As this genetic illness is mostly confined to non-Europeans, primarily Africans, the ethnic origin…

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    Acclaiming the Greek Invention of a Civic Identity

    by Ricardo Duchesne The Greek polis: View of ancient Athens The invention of a civic identity was the first magisterial contribution of the Greeks to Western civilization without which their other accomplishments would have been impossible. Citizenship is a form of identity intended to bring unity of purpose, a general will to action, to communities naturally divided along class and kinship lines. But, contrary to the established interpretation, the Greeks did not practice, or originate, a form of citizenship politics “regardless of nationality or race”. This essay is a continuation of my critique of the European New Right’s view that the contemporary ideology of egalitarianism/universalism is rooted in Christianity. Alain…

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    Announcing the Formation of DOGA: The Department of Grovelling Apologies

    by Tim Murray, Press Officer, Ministry of Truth Chinese Cultural Revolution: Penitent “counter-revolutionaries” on display Navigating through a labyrinth of government agencies, departments, and ministries to locate the appropriate service provider or information source can be exhausting and time-consuming, to say the least. To remedy this problem, governments at both the federal and provincial level have established central directories to efficiently steer citizens to the department best able address their questions. These centres are one-stop points of contact for hundreds of services provided on behalf of government ministries, agencies, corporations, various levels of government, and private sector organizations. They provide toll-free access to basic government information to millions of callers.…

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    Adrienne Clarkson: The Greatest Mind of Our Times

    by Ricardo Duchesne The 2014 CBC Massey Lecturer is Adrienne Clarkson, former Governor General of Canada. The purpose of the Massey Lectures is to “enable distinguished authorities to communicate the results of original study on important subjects of contemporary interest.” They were created in 1961, an annual five-part series of lectures on an intellectual topic given in Canada by a “noted scholar”. The CBC Radio website informs us that the Massey Lectures have brought Canadians “some of the greatest minds of our times”. The earlier lecturers, I agree, included important scholars in their own right, particularly if you focus on the male names; among the first five speakers were Northrop…

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    Hegel and the Progression of the Western Spirit

    by Ricardo Duchesne (Traduit en français) Table of Contents  [click to open] Hegel and the Geographical Basis of the “Infinite Thirst” of the West Hegel and the Beginnings of Western Reason Hegel on the “Desire” of World-Historical Individuals The Master-Slave Dialectic and its Historical Reference Sources I believe that Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, published in 1806, should be read as an invaluable work on the distinctive restlessness of Western culture — so long as we view this book as an account of the developmental experience of the Western spirit rather than of the human spirit as such. The basic truth contained in Hegel’s Phenomenology is that the West is the only…

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    The Requirements of the Nation State

    by Robert Henderson Typical racial make-up of an inner city British school In its purest form liberal internationalism holds that a man may live anywhere he wishes and owe no particular allegiance to any people, place or society. In theory, although not in practice, it is an imagined universe in which the individual is supreme in his atomistic and egoistical desires and the nation state no more than an administrative adjunct to his life. In practice, the liberal internationalist says that you may behave as you wish provided your behaviour meets politically correct “absolute” values. If liberal internationalism was merely the eccentric philosophy of those without power it would be…