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    The Failure of the French Canadian Immigration Strategy

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche There is currently one million French Canadians living outside of Quebec, including around 300,000 Acadians. Over the last few decades, thanks mostly to political correctness, these communities came to redefine their identity on purely linguistic terms. The ethnic term “French Canadian”, which described people of French descent, came to be understood as a Canadian speaking French without any reference to culture, ethnicity or religion. In the 1960s, before the Quiet Revolution in Quebec, Quebecers considered themselves to be French Canadians. On the other hand, Acadians, acknowledging their differences and their unique heritage, always rejected the term. There was a bond of solidarity…

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    An Open Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau

    by Dorin Alexandru, contributing to Ocean Drive Coming soon to a place near you? Muslim “refugees”, economic migrants and covert terrorists marching into Slovenia. Dear Justin Trudeau, You have decided to settle 25,000 “refugees”, but did you ever ask us? An Ipsos poll conducted in November suggests 60% of Canadians oppose your plan. Why do you still deny the people’s voice and carry out policies against our will? You campaigned on change yet only change for the worse is in sight. Canadians thought you would be a government that listened, yet you show no promise. You are no different from the last regime. We asked you why you decided to…

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    Barbaric Cultural Practices

    by Gerry T. Neal In 2013, Trudeau spent an evening at the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) Islamic centre west of Toronto during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The parent organization of ISNA in the U.S. has been listed by the U.S. Justice Department as an “unindicted co-conspirator” in a terror funding trial. Earlier this year, and especially during the long federal election campaign, the Liberal and New Democrat parties, the liberal media, progressive bloggers, and other assorted lefties, were able to get a lot of mileage out of the phrase “barbaric cultural practices”. The previous government, led by Stephen Harper, had banned the wearing of the niqab…

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    Thoughts on the European New Right: Part IV

    by John Law Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV Tom Sunic: In the eyes of the New Right, unlike continental Europeans, Anglo-Saxon peoples fail to perceive the importance of organic community and the primacy of political over economic factors. The excessive individualism of Anglo-Saxon society and a unique political theology of ‘secularised’ Protestantism resulted over a period of time in the subordination of traditional politics to unbridled economic expansion (p. 57). John Law on Battle to the Death for Pure Honor: The European New Right (ENR) condemns Western individualism, which it sometimes identifies with private market activity, and calls this individualism excessive, but in the…

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    Digging a Hole to China

    by Jack Michaud, contributing to Ocean Drive The logical problem with “Say No to Racism” is that it is implicitly self-indicting, particular and solely to our own ethnicity. It invokes subtle hypothecating guilt in the consciousness of high-trust Europeans, while remaining meaningless among low-trust out-groups who wear it like a ju-ju bone that says; “No One Can Say No to Me”. Yet they never resolve their own intraracial race bigotry without blaming a Western interest. The only groups that the racism ju-ju bone harms are European ethnicities; yet they treat our compassion as a weakness. We have learned more than enough about, and contributed far too much, to low-trust out-groups.…

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    Douglas Saunders: Muslim Immigration Is Good for the West

    by Thomas Jones Doug Saunders claims Muslims are improving European societies and that Whites who can’t cope with immigration are “losers.” Islamic immigration is an issue of grave importance to all European nations including those beyond the borders of continental Europe such as Canada. Currently this is more of an issue for Western Europe as sadly this region has a growing Muslim minority which is already making its presence felt in terrible ways. Even worse is how the media does little to discuss the negatives of Islamic immigration — or mass immigration in general. Many journalists are staunch supporters of Islamic immigration. One such example is Douglas Saunders. His twitter…

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    Victimhood 101: The Multicultural Hijacking of Canadian Education

    by Paul Bradley In 2015, the 200th birthday of Canada’s first prime minister, John A. Macdonald, students and academics objected to the unveiling of a bronze statue on the grounds that Macdonald was nothing but a “racist, colonizer and misogynist”. [Canada] must be one of the few political entities to overlook its own cultural traditions—the European civilization on which our nation is founded—on the grounds that they would systematically discriminate against those who come from other cultures. — Jack Granatstein, Professor of History and Order of Canada recipient Many significant changes have taken place in Canadian society since multicultural policy was established in 1988, however few have been more profound…

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    Thoughts on the European New Right: Part III

    by John Law Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV America creates the standard bathroom, circa 1915 The Power of Reason The European New Right (ENR) agrees with Pareto, Spengler and Schmitt that the West took a wrong turn in the eighteenth century by advocating a program for the enlightenment of the human mind away from the prejudices and superstitions inherited from the past on the assumption that one could rely on reason alone to build a good society. Spengler described this rationalism as “the arrogance of the urban intellect, which, detached from its roots and no longer guided by strong instincts, looks down in contempt…

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    Academia’s New Definition of “White Supremacy”

    by Students for Western Civilisation, Homepage Canada was the first country in the world to enact an official policy of multiculturalism, and for many Canadians, that policy is a source of identity and national pride. We were the first in the world to make the sacrifices and take the risks of attempting this social experiment and many feel that it is a just and noble endeavour. “White supremacy” is the complete antithesis of multiculturalism. When the typical Canadian hears the term “White supremacy” he or she thinks of a totalitarian regime like Nazi Germany where soldiers in jack-boots march through the streets and non-White people are systematically persecuted. This is…

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    Joseph Boyden: The Mind of an Anointed Writer

    by Tim Murray Joseph Boyden with profound readers of his novels It is clear that Canada’s Arts Community, abetted by federal tax dollars and nurtured by the CBC, is among the most potent weapons of Cultural Marxism in this country. Wendy Mesley’s fawning, awe-struck interview with writer Joseph Boyden, an author whom Mesley declared changed the literary landscape of Canada, was a spectacular illustration of that sad fact (October 23, 2015, The National). Boyden was recruited to make the point that writers can have an important impact on a nation’s political and social direction for the good. In fact, the title of the 9 minute segment was “Giller Prize-winning author…