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    Chinese-Canadian Activism versus Academic Freedom

    by Ricardo Duchesne Einstein on March 13, 1954 Since January 8 through January 22, the main media outlets in Canada have paid considerable attention to my claim that mass immigration threatens Canada’s European character. It all started back in early June when Vancouver city councillor, Kerry Jang, wrote a formal letter to the administration at The University of New Brunswick complaining about my allegedly “racist” views about Chinese Canadians simply on the grounds that I had published a number of articles in this blog, Council of European Canadians, criticizing a motion passed by Raymond Louie, a Canadian with ancestry from China, urging council to direct staff to investigate discriminatory laws…

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    Roger Scruton: Why Beauty Matters

    On Defending Beauty Almost getting away with it on the BBC by Roger Scruton For better or worse I have been identified by the British establishment as the person who can be relied upon to defend the indefensible, and who might be allowed to defend the indefensible even on state television (that is, the BBC) provided the defense is sufficiently diluted by others defending the obvious. In official code, “indefensible” means “conservative,” while “obvious” means “left-liberal.” Hence when the BBC asked me to contribute to a television series on beauty it was expected that I would argue that there really is such a thing, that it is not just a…

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    Chinese and White Nationalists Should Work Together

    by Chinese Nationalist Maiden Is Communist Han China a nation or an empire? Table of Contents  [click to open] From Interstellar to Biological Imperialism From Imperialism to Red China A Christian China? Whither East Asian Nationalism and Western Nationalism? On the Self-Determination of the Chinese People Xi Jinping Final Words Sources From Interstellar to Biological Imperialism The movie Interstellar (2014) skilfully revives the cultural optimism of the American 1960s and the radical expansionist drive that characterized American science generally and NASA in particular. Perhaps not merely incidentally, the space journey appears as a metaphor for the Western mind-set. Throughout the whole film I have observed a typically white racial worldview that…

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    Kai Murros: Here Comes the Revolution

    by Ricardo Duchesne Kai Murros I learned recently about Kai Murros as I was searching for some ideas on the possibility of a revolution from a New Right perspective. I came across his aphoristic book, Revolution and How to Do It in a Modern Society. The book, published in 2001, is described as a “hands on manual for young revolutionaries”. Murros was born in 1969 in Helsinki, Finland. He spent the years 1990-1999 at the University of Helsinki studying history and oriental languages. His Master of Arts Thesis was about the gradual change of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army from a guerilla army to a modern professional army. It is…