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    Bill 59: Anti-“Hate Speech” Legislation and Kangaroo Courts in Quebec

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Reacting to the Islamic terrorist attacks of last year, Philippe Couillard’s government introduced Bill 59, a bill supposed to fight against radicalization and extremism. But, like with most of Couillard’s new legislations, it misses the mark. This bill encompasses many different policies. There is a part to fight against mistreatment of children, one against forced marriage and even one to protect students from violence! But beside this mishmash, Couillard proposes the most radical infringement to freedom of speech Quebec has ever faced. In the section about hate speech, the government wishes to create a new thought police and judicial system that would…

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    A Splash in the Pond

    by Frank Raymond (Editor’s Note: This is the first chapter of the fictional political thriller Sweet Dreams and Terror Cells, now available on Amazon.ca from locations in Canada, and on Amazon.com from locations in the US. This is the most politically correct fiction book of the decade.) The shadows were growing longer, and late afternoon was fading, touched by the first darker tints of the evening gloom to come. He quickened his pace. The Messenger was a desperately tired man. He had worked a full day, yesterday, for pitifully low wages, and had immediately set out on his journey, with not so much as a half-hour’s rest. It really was…

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    What Do They Mean by “White Supremacist”?

    by Tim Murray It has become fashionable to label anybody or any website which challenges anti-White racism as “white supremacist”. Of late, it has become among most frequently heard buzzwords — or buzz ‘phrases’ — particularly in the wake of the Charleston shooting. “White supremacist” is a buzzword brandished as a weapon of fear and intimidation so as to silence opponents and prevent reasoned debates But what does “white supremacist” actually mean? It used to be defined as the belief that the “white” race is superior to other races. But now it seems that, like so many English words in the history of the language, the meaning has evolved into…

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    Vancouver for Sale: Asian Money and the Demise of Home Affordability for Canadians

    Facilitated by government inactivity, Vancouver is cowboy-country for Asian real estate investment, which is pricing Canadians out of the market and eradicating the city’s Canadian identity. by Paul Bradley Vancouver Area: British serenity destroyed to make place for tasteless Chinese Monster Houses There is Canada, and there is Vancouver. For people unfamiliar with Western Canada’s largest city, it may appear Vancouver is indeed one of our country’s major urban centres — a vital, integral component of our overall nationhood. They couldn’t be more misinformed. Yes, geographically-speaking, Vancouver is part of Canada. Beyond this, however, lies a truth seldom recognized — namely, that our fair city is an aberration within Canadian…

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    The Destruction of Richmond, British Columbia, through Chinese Migration

    Chinese immigration into Richmond BC has transformed a once healthy, balanced, British city into a loud, crass, Chinese-only commercial land lot. by John Law and Fan Jun, Richmond resident White girl picking strawberries in Richmond, 1985, just before Chinese invasion There is a recent article in Richmond News about the “international media attention” the city of Richmond has been getting of late in lieu of its demographic transformation from a rather congenial British town a mere two decades ago into a crass Chinese land lot plastered with ugly Chinese commercial signs. Journalists from South Korea, Japan, Germany, and other places, interviewed community activist Kerry Starchuk, who has been vocal in…

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    The Double Standard on the Third-World Colonization of Canada

    A fool who buys into the moralizing discourse on European colonization. When it comes to the ongoing flooding of Canada and other Western nations by Third-Worlders the colonization process is considered just alright. by Thomas Jones “We love you whiteys!” Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School in Markham, Ontario Over the last decades, particularly after WWII, the left frequently used the term ‘colonization’. However, in our current times, in light of mass immigration, this term is taking on a rather different, even opposite meaning. In the past when discussions on colonization and decolonization were held it was about Africa and the Third World generally. This made sense as the majority of…

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    Africans and Asians are Indigenous Brits, or so Al Jazeera Presenter Mehdi Hasan Claims

    Indigenous British have been a minority in their own capital London since 2011, but instead of calling the sad state of affairs like it is, a British TV debate shows what happens when Whites are afraid to state the obvious fact that only the European people who inhabited the isle for millennia are indigenous to it. by John Law “Indigenous” British Muslims celebrate Islamic holiday Eid in Trafalgar Square Vox.com recently posted a video with a commentary by its contributor Amanda Taub (August 7) in which “Oxford-educated” journalist Mehdi Hasan presses professor Paul Collier to explain what he means by the observation that “in the 2011 census, it was revealed…

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    Natural Rights vs Human Rights: A Critique of Alain de Benoist

    by John Law Alain de Benoist Table of Contents  [click to open] Introduction Human Rights Natural Rights De Benoist’s Thesis Hegel and the Western Sociality of Reason Greek Civic Freedom Rationalization, Common Humanity, Ius Inter Gentes Neo-Republicans: Natural Rights as Civic Rights Allied (Anglo) Scheme of History Deconstructing Civic Nationalism Seyla Benhabib Introduction This essay examines Alain de Benoist’s book Beyond Human Rights, translated into English in 2011 by Arktos, originally published in French in 2004. This book is a powerful condemnation of the Western idea of natural rights, which it claims to be intrinsically associated with the idea that all humans across the world have human rights. It objects to…

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    Roots of Multiculturalism in America

    Islamization, mass immigration, American imperialism, Israelite national interests, Jewish control of American pop culture, and destruction of European identity, are part of the same ideological package. by Peter Goodchild Hugging the time bomb Multiculturalism and its origins form the subject of a tangled tale involving three major religions. But first we must go back a few steps — in fact, many steps. On the international scene, there are lies, deceits, betrayals, and horrendous slaughter, all of it explained by politicians who seem more like lunatics than genuine leaders. On a slightly smaller scale, nationally, the United States is a society that is cursed by overpopulation, poverty, neo-Stalinist obedience to its…