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    One Ring to Bind Them All: From Islam to the EU

    by Peter Goodchild Muslims repeatedly kill and wound large numbers of people. Basically quite simple. But then I find a large number of questions floating around. For one thing, the politicians and the mainstream news are all saying that such attacks are perpetrated by “terrorists”, not specifically by “Muslims”. So this raises the large issue of disinformation. The KGB, during the Cold War, were quite instrumental in developing this. One of the main tricks is not to tell a lie exactly, because it’s possible to get caught, but simply to tweak the facts a tiny bit, even if the final effect is not so tiny. Now politicians do it all…

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    Canadian Maritimes: Still So White, Immigration 1815-1867/Today

    by Ricardo Duchesne The “Atlantic provinces” include the four smallest provinces of Canada: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland. Barely anyone outside Canada knows a thing about these provinces. Perhaps they should start paying attention, for, as the rest of the European world turns brown, these lands may well stand out as the Whitest in the world. The elites have targeted them for mass immigration, but thus far relatively few non-Whites have arrived. According to the Canada 2006 census, Prince Edward Island (PEI) is 97.4 percent White. The total non-Aboriginal visible minority population is 1.4 percent. The Aboriginal population is 1.3 percent. The largest ethnic groups, according…

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    The Literary Vanguard — Interview with David Yorkshire of Mjolnir Magazine

    by Dorin Alexandru, contributing to Ocean Drive The Body of Elaine on Its Way to King Arthur’s Palace, Gustave Doré, 1867 On the threshold of the cultural struggle there exists the hammer that is Mjolnir. Now if you haven’t heard about Mjolnir, you haven’t been very active in keeping up with the Right. Mjolnir is the pet project literary magazine of David Yorkshire, self-described as “the first step in the cultural fightback against the tidal wave of leftist propaganda” — and a big step indeed. The magazine is centered on the four key precepts of: Tradition, Eurocentrism, Elitism, and Illiberalism. It’s blooming success and presence over the last couple years…

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    Islamic Terrorism and the Devil’s Greatest Whore

    by Rev. Russell Haynes The Whore of Babylon riding the seven-headed Beast, 1523 woodcut by Hans Burgkmair In looking at the most recent as well as the most horrific terrorist attack in the USA since 9/11, at a gay club in Orlando, there is no doubt whatsoever that it was Islamic-based, Sharia law, which requires the death penalty for homosexuality, that was the ideological and/or motivating jihadi-warfare factor that sadly left 49 people dead and 53 people wounded. I totally agree with former US Ambassador John Bolton that the attacker, Omar Mateen, is not a “one off” or a victim of so-called “mental illness”. I completely agree with him that…

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    Canada Anglicized: Immigration from 1815 to 1867

    by Ricardo Duchesne Many Irish came to Canada as a result of the Irish Potato Famine from 1845-1852. About twenty percent died on the ‘coffin ships’ from disease, seasickness, and malnutrition. It was in the period from 1815 to 1867 that Canada finally saw “large scale immigration” when an estimated 1 million immigrants arrived. This scale of immigration did play a significant role in the “phenomenal growth in population” witnessed during this period, from 600,000 to more than 3.5 million inhabitants. However, outside Quebec, Canada was Anglicized, not diversified; and, inside Quebec, immigration had no impact. Two key points must be made about this first period of large scale immigration…

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    Multiculturalism — An Idol of Our Time

    by Rev. Russell Haynes Adoration of the Golden Calf, Nicolas Poussin, 1633 As an ordained Christian minister and research theologian, I look upon multiculturalism (i.e. as a birth-child of cultural Marxism) not simply as a false and destructive, or pathological and suicidal, “ideology”, to which the empirical-sociological evidence is overwhelmingly pointing, but also as a modern-pagan form of idolatry that attempts to, arrogantly and rebelliously, “re-create” human nature and reality in its own image. More specifically, I view multiculturalism, to use the words of Dr. Bob Goudzwaard, in his book, Idols of Our Time, as an “idolatry of means”. That is, an “idolatry of means” as a creation of the…

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    Hillary Clinton’s Motto: Walls for Me, Not for You

    by Tim Murray The Clintons’ waterfront vacation home in Bridgehampton, New York Recently I heard someone on Hillary Clinton’s team say during an interview on CNN that the difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is that Donald Trump wants to build a wall while Hillary Clinton wants to bring down barriers. Hmm. Hillary Clinton must be so generous. So hospitable. So — what’s that favourite buzzword of progressive cant that I am looking for…oh, now I remember…now it comes to me. The word is “Welcoming”. I wonder how “welcoming” Hillary really is. Is she welcoming when she is on vacation? Let’s have a look. The Clintons’ waterfront vacation home…

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    Immigration Threatens European-Style Architecture in Canada

    by Jason Hofer, contributing to Ocean Drive Banff Springs Hotel Ever since the ancient grass-topped homes constructed by the Vikings at L’Anse Aux Meadows in Newfoundland sometime around 1000 AD, Canada has had a glorious and noteworthy history of European architecture. One of the ways in which a society defines itself is through its architecture, and there are many examples of this across our vast nation. As a European diaspora nation which has historically kept its cultural ties to Europe perhaps a bit closer than the USA, Australia, or New Zealand have done, Canada has many great examples of historic European-style architecture, often adding its own northerly Canadian style into…

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    The Loyalists Were Not Immigrants: 1763-1815

    by Ricardo Duchesne We have seen that up until the British Conquest of New France in 1763, the vast majority of Canadians were francophones, Quebecois and Acadians, born in the soil of North America. The total number of immigrants who came to Quebec and Acadia, from the first settlements Samuel Champlain established in the first decade of the 1600s until 1763, was very small. In Quebec, only 8,527 immigrants arrived during this entire period (from 1608 to 1759). In Acadia, a few hundred settlers arrived in the first half of the seventeenth century, and thereafter it was the high fertility rates of Acadians that engendered a population of roughly 13,000…

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    Against Islamization of Canada: A Small Victory But Nevertheless a Victory

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Rachid Hajir, spokesman for the Ahuntsic Cultural [= Muslim] Centre smearing Canadian voters: “Whatever is behind this is purely and simply Islamophobia.” It was a small victory, but nevertheless a victory which could well be the first of a longer list if Canadians learn the lesson. Which victory am I referring to here? The recent success of a local referendum in a Montreal borough to oppose the status regularization of a mosque. Indeed, it is a groundbreaking event: on June 5th, a referendum was held in Ahuntsic-Cartierville in order to change the zoning, a change that would have permitted to a mosque…