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    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Residential Schools, and the Promotion of White Guilt in Canada

    by Thomas Jones Happy natives in Euro-residential schools Table of Contents  [click to open] Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission Critical Analysis of the TRC Recommendations Ever Higher Spending on Aboriginals without Solutions Anti-White Agenda of the Recommendations Accusing Eurocanadians of a Holocaust Teaching Immigrants that Canada Belongs to Them, not Eurocanadians Concluding Thoughts Residential Schools This topic comes up again and again in the Canadian media. It is now an official subject of the curriculum. The residential school system was set up by the Canadian government but run by either the Catholic Church or a number of Protestant ones. These schools were for the education of aboriginal children according to…

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    Paying for Our Own Demise: Euro-Canadians Fund “Multicult” Canada

    Multicultural policy in Canada has led to a situation whereby the Canadian public are funding the demise of their own culture. by Paul Bradley Read: ‘Forget your history, Europeans; envision a future Canada without Whites.’ In 1988, multiculturalism in Canada officially became government policy. This was the year the policy became entrenched in our constitution, thereby completing a seventeen yearlong transition from political ideology to legislated government policy. Within Canadian society, this is fairly common knowledge. What may be less well known is that on an international scale, constitutionally-based multiculturalism is a rarity. In fact, only two nations in the world have such a policy: Canada and Australia. While many…

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    Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” — Missing What’s Missing in Africa

    When liberals don’t get that the people make the land. by Frank Hilliard US travel show Parts Unknown by Anthony Bourdain Anthony Bourdain is an American chef, writer and television personality who currently has a restaurant-themed travel show with CNN called Parts Unknown.1 The parts are not totally unknown, since one in the first series was Montreal where he ate at Joe Beef, Canada’s only entry in the top 100 restaurants in the world. Perhaps that was the exception; there are plenty of unknown restaurants sampled in Myanmar, Columbia, Libya, Morocco and elsewhere. Congo By episode six, Bourdain decides to go right off the beaten path and takes his crew,…

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    This Land Is OUR Land: Euro-Canadians Will Not Surrender Canada

    by Tim Murray What diversity lobbyists hate: Canadian family life in 1950. It has often been argued by the talking heads of the multicultural and immigration lobby that Canadians of European descent have no well-founded historical or moral case to assert that their culture should enjoy a predominate place or special status in our nation. Many go even farther than that. Many argue that Europeans and their Canadian descendants invaded and brutally colonized this country, forcibly appropriating aboriginal land. We are what some radical native activists scathingly call “settlers”, occupiers who have no legitimate right to be here — even though many of us are third or fourth generation Canadians.…

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    The European Race Evolved in the European Continent — Relatively Recently

    by Ricardo Duchesne European children Table of Contents  [click to open] When Europe became European Media Reactions to the Discovery that Europeans Became White Recently Was He Really the “First European”? “Mass Migration of Aryans from Russia Contributed a Lot to the Genetics of Europeans” Recent Scientific Books on the Evolution of Races The Evolution of Indo-European Genetic Traits “New Genetic Study of UK Shows 10,000 Years of Immigration” In the last few months a string of articles have appeared informing us about three major findings in the genetic history of Europeans: that it was not until about 5800 years ago that light-skin genes, as well as other genes for blue…

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    Anti-white Diversity Promotion at the University of British Columbia

    by Thomas Jones University of British Columbia campus Recently I was at the University of British Columbia, one of Canada’s largest universities, which also happens to be one of Canada’s most prestigious, being regularly ranked in the top forty worldwide. I was there to cheer on a friend of mine who was graduating. As with most graduations, there was a plethora of speeches given and all were sentimental and lacking in substance. One of the speeches given, however, was by Lindsay Gordon, the chancellor of the university and former head of HSBC, and his speech was far more sinister than the dominant sentimentality. Canada “a nation of immigrants”? Almost immediately…

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    When China Came to Town: Multiculturalism’s Silent Journey to Monoculturalism

    by Paul Bradley Ottawa, February 13, 2011 — In 2010, Canada welcomed the highest number of legal immigrants in more than 50 years, at 280,636 permanent residents. On February 13, 2011, Jason Kenney, Minister of Immigration and Multiculturalism, and Alice Wong, announced in Toronto and Vancouver that they wanted more and “faster immigration”. Meet Alice Wong. Alice is a Member of Parliament for Richmond B.C., Canada. In many respects, however, she is unlike the majority of Canadian politicians, at least for the present. Ms. Wong was elected by her Richmond constituents. Nothing unusual about that. Her salary is paid by Canadian tax payers — also a standard practice. What is…