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    Thoughts on the European New Right: Part II

    by John Law Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV Alain de Benoist, Alexander Dugin, Robert Steuckers (Moscow, 1992) This is continuation of my commentary on Tom Sunic’s Against Democracy and Equality: The European New Right in part I. David Stennett, Preface to the Second Edition: …Spengler notes than an excess of rationalism and technology will all but kill the spiritual world that is a prerequisite to make the soil in which culture develops fertile. To Spengler, decline was inevitable, but the modern European-Faustian culture was not necessarily doomed […] The New Right, like their Conservative Revolutionary predecessors, eschews technology, and for good reasons. However, its…

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    Thoughts on the Canadian Election 2015

    by Thomas Jones Deluded Justin groupie who may believe that importing atavistic hordes of Africans, Asians, and Muslims will “enrich” his life On October 19th the Liberal party won a majority government with 184 seats whilst the Conservatives have been reduced to 99 seats and the NDP has once again become a third party. Until election day I assumed that there would be a minority government of some description; possibly NDP or Conservative. Trudeau managed to make some impressive gains, however, and has brought his party back from obscurity. Pierre Trudeau is treated like a saint and his legacy had an impact on the election’s outcome. That and the general…

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    Thoughts on the European New Right: Part I

    by John Law Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV Overview The European New Right (ENR), born in 1968 in France, is the only school of thought that offers a comprehensive philosophical alternative to both the Left and the mainstream Right; not a political alternative or a cohesive popular movement, but a body of thought, an interpretative framework with distinctive concepts, major texts and authors pointing to a solid intellectual alternative to the establishment. In our current age of social media, fast reactions, and accessible commentaries about what is wrong with diversity and racial integration, we tend to underestimate the cultivation of slow but substantive scholarly…

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    PEGIDA Canada’s Recent Failures

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Original German PEGIDA logo. PEGIDA is the acronym for Patriotische Europäer gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes (“Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the Occident”). The recent relative failure of two PEGIDA strolls, one in Toronto and one in Montreal, raises the question of the feasibility of a PEGIDA movement in Canada. If in Germany the movement continues to thrive, attracting on its first anniversary yesterday tens of thousands of anti-Islamization protesters, in Canada it failed to attract more than a dozen people in the country’s most populous city.1 What is at stake here is not the motivation of such a movement; an…

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    The Great Purge: Does it Matter if Canadian Conservatives Lose the Election?

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Conservative family in the 1940s In the United States, Conservatism is the most popular political movement. A majority of Americans consider themselves to be conservatives, but what does it mean to be a conservative in 2015? Modern conservatives usually share a consensus on a few issues, namely free market capitalism, generic Christianity, support of the military, Zionism and a conception of the United States and Canada as value-based, propositional states. It has not always been that way. The Conservative movement (not to be confused with the Conservative Party of Canada) has, like the rest of the society, gone through dramatic changes since…

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    Higher Education Confidential

    by Jack Michaud, contributing to Ocean Drive King’s College, UK, launched their ‘Meet the professors’ frieze, pictured above, to promote female professors. There are contemporary reasons why one might defer or eventually abandon a full engagement with the intellectual possibilities of the University. It was promising when a number of professors suggest I pursue the full course of academic life; and although it echoes an excuse of composed principles after failure, in this case my refusal was not. I was made cautious at an intuitive level over time. A store of reserve had built up after a few harms, for which at length from primordial impulse, I had attempted to…

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    The Face of the NDP — A Working Class Party No More

    Behind the mask of a workers’ party lurk the privileged, wine-drinking, CBC-listening white collar sophisticates dripping with contempt for the great unwashed while claiming to speak for them. by Tim Murray The privileged hypocrite Meet the NDP candidate for my area, the new riding of “North Island-Powell River”: Rachel Blaney, executive director of the Immigrant Welcome Centre, executive director of the Multicultural and Immigrant Services Association of North Vancouver Island Hmm. Sounds intriguing. What exactly is the “Immigrant Welcome Centre?” Try this: The Immigrant Welcome Centre provides front line services to support immigrants in the process of navigating Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and to assist with settlement. Creating a…

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    Immigration — The Canadian Election Issue That Wasn’t

    by Gerry T. Neal Mostly Asian and African: Canada’s immigrant population surges dramatically since the early 1990s. On October 19th Canadians will be voting in our next federal election. In accordance with our established tradition the party that wins the most seats in the House of Commons will be asked to form Her Majesty’s next government and its leader will become our next Prime Minister. Several issues have been raised in the unusually long election campaign but, as in all previous elections of the last several decades, there is one issue that has not been raised despite its being of paramount importance. That issue is immigration. It is not an…

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    Thoughts On the Upcoming Canadian Election

    In the upcoming election, none of the mainstream parties represent the ethnic and economic interests of Eurocanadians, except for a few meagre policies by the Conservatives. by Thomas Jones Take your pick….the false left-right dichotomy of Canadian politics Another federal election is upon us and one which many in my extended network have been looking forward to as they see it as one last chance to defeat the dreaded Stephen Harper. The following is a brief look at the parties with special focus being as to where they stand in regards to protecting Eurocanadians. This election is primarily focused on the economy and as such there is not as much…

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    Transformation of Europe into a Eurafrican and Eurabian Mongrel Network

    by Clare Ellis Leftspeak decoded: “Africans and Muslims welcome, Europeans not.” Table of Contents  [click to open] The Mongrelisation of Europe is a Scientific Experiment to End “White Racism” Replacement Migration and Our Money-Grubbing Traitorous Elites Refugees or Illegal Migrants? Human Smugglers, Boats4People, and Welcome to Europe Network The Union for the Mediterranean European Funding for Migrants and Refugees Migrant Population Numbers and the Destruction of European Ethnicities It is no accident that hundreds of thousands of non-Whites in ‘crisis’ have been flooding the shores, the islands, the towns, and the cities of Europe over the past few years, with millions more expected to arrive in the not too distant future.…