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    Odd Man Out: The Singular Political Stylings of Justin Trudeau

    by Paul Bradley Justin Trudeau is a man of the people. This in itself, cannot be questioned. What can be questioned, however, is whether or not our current Prime Minister is a man of the Canadian people. Barely four months into a four-year term, Justin Trudeau has quickly established himself as the most atypical prime minister in Canadian history. Only Justin’s father, former Liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, comes close — although Trudeau Sr. was subtle enough to hide his lack of respect for general public opinion. Justin Trudeau, however, has all the subtlety of a sand blaster. Oblivious to the desires of the general public — at least the…

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    The Left’s Psychological Warfare Against Europeans

    by Ricardo Duchesne Success of the Left’s Psywar I can’t think of a more insidious phenomenon in our times than the manipulation of the moral sensibilities of Europeans to bring about their own destruction, and it is the Left that’s in charge of this manipulation, which should be designated as a form of psychological warfare. The most successful instance of the Left’s psychological operations was the use of the picture of the Syrian child’s lifeless body washed ashore on a Turkish beach in early September. It was this picture that led to an outpouring of European charity and solidarity with thousands of refugees and migrants. But this is only one…

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    The Left Controls Globalization

    by Ricardo Duchesne It is said the Left and the Right have converged in their common support for mass immigration, global citizenship, and their hatred of European ethno-national identities. But which side has the upper hand in this convergence? Gottfried and the Managerial State I will start with Paul Gottfried’s argument about how the once dominant Traditional Right, which dominated the Republican Party before WWII, was replaced in subsequent decades by a Neoconservative version tacitly in agreement with the multicultural values of a New Left, which itself had replaced, in the 1960s, an economically-oriented Socialist Left. Gottfried explained that while certain old conservative impulses continued within the Republican Party against…

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    Justin Trudeau’s So-Called “Social Justice”

    by Gerry T. Neal Justin Trudeau absolutely ecstatic at the choice of Navdeep Bains as a “new cabinet” Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development to promote “social” progress, justice, equality, and diversity. Whenever I hear the expression “social justice” I am reminded of what T. S. Eliot had to say about this phrase in a footnote to the introduction of his excellent Notes Towards the Definition of Culture. Eliot wrote: I must introduce a parenthetical protest against the abuse of the current term ‘social justice’. From meaning ‘justice in relations between groups or classes’ it may slip into meaning a particular assumption as to what these relationships should be; and a…

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    Vancouver Does Not Have an Affordable Housing Crisis but an Immigration Crisis

    by Tim Murray “We ultra rich New Canadians don’t need public housing, that’s for Whiteys who can’t compete in the housing market!” News item: BC Provincial government announces that it will fund the construction of 2,000 social housing units. What a joke. Over the last decade Metro Vancouver has been growing by roughly 40,000 people every year. Between 2006 and 2011 for example, it gained 200,000 more residents — a 9.3% increase. The Vancouver Real Estate Board expects that another 1.2 million will arrive by 2041, so, according to their calculations, an additional 574,000 housing units will have to built between now and then to accommodate them. Notice their underlying…

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    Henry Yu Believes that Canada Must Become Asian to Overcome “White Supremacism”

    by Ricardo Duchesne, Research Gate Yu has racked up over 2 million in grants calling Canadians “white supremacists” Henry Yu, professor of history at University of British Columbia, believes that “Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States are settler colonies that were built around white supremacy.” He asserted this in a recent article, White Supremacy and the Foreign Investment Debate. White supremacy is “an overt structuring of society that gives privileged access to resources to those who could be considered white.” Elsewhere he has insisted that one of the “unresolved legacies of colonialism and white supremacy in British Columbia”, are the “policies designed to erase non-English language use among children”…

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    Shut Out: Liberalism and the Attack on Anglo-Canada

    by Paul Bradley St. Michael’s Cathedral: Trudeau says Anglo-Canadian Pride is Racist When considering the cultural history of Canada, the proclamation that “Canada has no culture” has underlined much of the general narrative. Although the idea defies over a century of English and French Canadian identity, in recent decades an absence of culture has become an unfortunate reality. Two elements in particular have led to this situation — Canada’s immigration and multicultural policies. Indeed, decade upon decade of mass immigration and institutionalized multiculturalism will do that to a nation. It wasn’t always this way. Before 1967, the year the Liberal government of Lester Pearson introduced the “points system” for evaluating…

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    The Underdevelopment of European Pride

    by Ricardo Duchesne Table of Contents  [click to open] Stolen Land and the Atlantic Slave Trade Andre Gunder Frank Immanuel Wallerstein NICS Leftist Reactions against Refuting Facts Diffusion of European Technology Is the Ultimate Factor The most powerful moral assault on European pride and identity is the idea that Western civilization achieved its greatness, industrial economic take-off in the eighteenth century, and subsequent mass affluence in the twentieth century, by exploiting and under-developing the rest of the world. This is one of the biggest lies inflicted on millions of European students in the last half century. The truth is that the diffusion of European technology has been the ultimate factor responsible…