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    The Hurt Feelings Scale for Our Minority Snowflakes

    by Tim Murray Psychology professor Mark Leary of Duke University achieved notoriety for his construction of various “scales” for the purpose of personality assessment. There is the “Interaction Anxiousness Scale”, the “Brief Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale”, the “Need to Belong Scale”, the “Blushing Propensity Scale”, the “Imposterism Scale”, the “Social Physique Anxiety Scale”, and something that appears to be custom-made for Canadian political culture: The “Hurt Feelings Scale” (see below). I believe that the “Hurt Feelings Scale” has the potential to become a mainstay of sound government emotional management. Think of the possibilities. A Hurt Feelings Form (HFF) could be handed out to every immigrant the moment he has…

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    Elections in Austria: The Lesson for European Nationalists

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Austrian presidential candidates Van der Bellen (Greens) and Hofer (FPÖ). Van der Bellen won with 50.3% of the votes in a tight race to the finish. The recent elections in Austria are rich in lessons. Of course, we could analyze the results by categories of voters and notice that the workers overwhelmingly supported the FPÖ (Freedom Party of Austria), or we could discuss endlessly why the results suddenly changed when the postal ballots were counted, making Hofer lose the lead. However, from a Canadian perspective, it would be pointless. We have no party similar to or vaguely resembling the FPÖ: all of…

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    Social Rights Versus Equality of Races

    by Ricardo Duchesne Nottingham miners in 1948 Current liberals with socialist leanings have deceptively extended the concept of “social rights” to foreign immigrants in direct opposition to the original ethno-nationalistic meaning of this concept intended by the early European proponents of welfarism. UN Covenant on Social Rights The beginnings of this extension may be traced back to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights treaty adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 16 December 1966. Articles 6-15 of this “international covenant” include rights to work, to form and join trade unions, social insurance, paid parental leave, adequate standard of living, health care, free primary education and generally…

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    The CBC Matrix

    by Tim Murray News item: The CBC won’t name a swimming pool sex assault suspect because he’s a Muslim migrant. Effective propaganda consists not so much in spinning the news, but choosing it. Choosing what is newsworthy, and what to exclude — the Lückenpresse, “Gaps Press”, as the sorely afflicted Germans have recently come to call it. At best consumers are fed a half-truth, with the other half left out. Thus the credulous dupes who rely on state broadcasters like the CBC, the BBC and the ABC subsist on a meager diet of lies and omissions — pseudo-intellectual junk food that leaves their brains chronically malnourished. As such, they cannot…

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    Terminating an Identity: Liberalism and the Anglo-Canadian Community

    by Paul Bradley Justy selfie somewhere in Canada — or was it Somalia. Who knows anymore? For as long as nations have existed, so too have wars between nations. Additionally, battles within nations — commonly referred to as civil wars — have resulted in the demise of many countries throughout history. In the modern era, however, a new category of war has begun to emerge. These battles are not fought with guns or tanks, nor do they employ other traditional elements of warfare. They do, however, involve a calculated plan of attack. Unlike traditional warfare, these attacks do not target human beings, but rather a nation’s cultural and social foundations.…

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    The Komagata Maru Apology Fest

    by Thomas Jones Canada’s relative economic performance may have markedly declined since it opened up its borders to the Third World, but at least this has been made up by the near-industrial output of apologies our leaders have been pouring on our ethnic deadweight.1 Consider the latest case: A full century ago, on 18 May 1914, an immigrant ship called the Komagata Maru came to Vancouver without official permission but with a number of militants onboard. It wasn’t allowed to stay, nor were its Indian passengers, the majority of whom were Sikh. British Columbia premier Richard McBride and Vancouver MP Henry Herbert Stevens did the right thing and called for…

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    The Komagata Maru Incident: Don’t Apologize to the Sikhs!

    by Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada A group of Sikhs has hijacked the entire Sikh group and has succeeded in getting our naive Prime Minister to formally apologize to Sikhs in Parliament today. The apology is supposedly for denying Sikhs the right to enter Canada in the Komagata Maru incident of 1914. Most of the 376 Sikhs aboard a ship called the Komagata Maru were denied entry to Canada in 1914. According to some crude Sikhs, Canada had no justification for doing this. Undoubtedly, a number of other Sikhs are cringing at Trudeau’s announcement because they believe that the incident was much more complicated than the picture a group of…

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    Multicultural Revisionism and the Falsification of Canadian History

    by Ricardo Duchesne The falsification of the historical record for the purpose of creating a past that fits with the ideological goals of the present has been a common characteristic of revolutionary regimes seeking to legitimize themselves by portraying their actions and goals as if they were continuous with the aims of history or the venerable beliefs of the past. Perhaps the most egregious example of “illegitimate historical revisionism”, as contrasted to the legitimate re-assessment of the past on the basis of improved evaluation of records, is the complete re-writing of the history of Russia by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union; particularly during the reign of Stalin in…

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    HBO Does It Again: Another Whitewash of Islamic Terrorism

    by Tim Murray Media bias Like Chinese Water Torture, HBO TV continues to insinuate its liberal message into the public consciousness drip by drip. It does so with Hollywood movies, and with documentaries such as the one that recently aired concerning home-grown jihadist terrorism, “Counter Terror Dilemma”. As any good liberal movie producer or journalist knows, the best way to deliver propaganda is to make it a human interest story. By focusing on the plight of one person or one family, by putting a “human face” on a complex problem of vast magnitude, a propagandist knows that he can hit on the right emotional keys that over-ride rational thought. This…

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    Liberal-Socialism and the Erosion of Christian Canada

    by Paul Bradley In the world of politics, as with many situations in life, making promises often leads to unexpected results. Nowhere is this more apparent than when considering the post-election behaviour of Canada’s ruling Liberal government. The examples are many — a pronouncement of a 10 billion dollar federal deficit, which turned out to be triple that amount. An increase in the Syrian refugee quota from the original 25,000 to 55,000 — a quantity the majority of Canadians oppose — are two of the most prominent. In fairness, broken promises are not exclusive to our Liberal government. What is exclusive to the Liberals, however, is the extent to which…