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    Multiculturalism — An Anti-Christian/Anti-Creational Legend

    by Rev. Russell Haynes King Canute defies the waves There is a wonderfully enchanting (or old English) story or legend, told by a twelfth century English historian, named Henry Huntingdon, of a time when the English king Canute set up his throne beside the sea. And when he sat upon his throne, he proceeded to command the waves and tide of the sea to advance no further. And when the tide or waves of the sea refused to obey his royal command, it is said that he stood upon his feet and addressed his courtiers, saying “Let all men know how empty and worthless is the power of kings, for…

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    News Extra: Anthony Bourdain Proves Delicious

    by Tim Murray Five year old indigenous boy enjoying Anthony Bourdain. The part is unknown. Sunday January 8th 2017 on CNN: Anthony Bourdain travels to “Parts Unknown” where he meets up with an obscure Amazonian tribe of cannibals who sample him. But apparently even headhunters couldn’t stomach him, as several of them have subsequently died from bacterial gastro-entritus. Doctors Without Borders have been flown in to help these stricken human beings, as well as CNN camera crew who hope to capture pictures of a little Amazonian native 5 year old boy washed up on the shores of one of the great river’s tributaries. It is hoped that this heart-rending photo…

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    Michael Ignatieff and the Canadian Non-White Rights Revolution

    by Ricardo Duchesne We are constantly told Canada has a “distinctive” multicultural identity in the world. The constitutional recognition of multiculturalism as a “Canadian value” in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982), and the announcement in the Canadian Multiculturalism Act of 1988 that the “preservation and enhancement of multiculturalism” is a vital objective of the government, are regularly invoked as legally enacted expressions of this “distinctively Canadian” identity. It is an identity our current elites have promoted intensively since the 1980s, and which many have embraced as a solution to the much talked about ambivalence Canadians have about their identity in the face of the American nation to the…

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    Reclaiming the English Language from the CBC

    by Tim Murray The concept of language as a kind of lens or filter, or even straitjacket, cannot be over-stated. Wittgenstein said that the limits of language are the limits of one’s world. By that token, bilingual or multilingual people have broader vision. It is not what we look at — poverty, injustice, overpopulation, environmental degradation — that is paramount. Rather, it is the linguistic construction built in to filter that reality, to bring it into sharp focus, or make us blind to it. The question becomes then, whose lens are we wearing? What filter are we looking through? How do we remove it? In 1984 George Orwell revealed that…

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    Multiculturalism — A Case of Multiple Personality Disorder

    by Rev. Russell Haynes The Gerasene Demoniac by Sebastian Bourdon (1653) In the fifth chapter of the Gospel of St. Mark we encounter, from the very beginning, a tragic and bizarre story of a man possessed “with an unclean spirit,” who had his “dwelling among the tombs.” It is said that he was “always” wandering about naked, “night and day,” among the “mountains and the tombs, crying and cutting himself with stones,” and where “no man could bind him” nor “could any man tame him.” And “when he saw Jesus from afar off, he ran and worshipped him, and cried with a loud voice, and said What have I to…

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    Will Kymlicka’s Theory of Multiculturalism Is a Dishonest Program to End “Typically White” Nations

    by Ricardo Duchesne “New Multicultural Citizens of Canada” set to replace Eurocanadian citizens The Canadian Will Kymlicka is known around the world as the foremost defender of what he calls the “successful model of Canadian multiculturalism.” His main argument has been that multiculturalism is “first and foremost” about “overcoming” persisting racial inequalities in the West deemed to be inconsistent with the principles of democratic liberalism. He has persuaded impressionable students to view multiculturalism as a lofty endeavour “designed to contest the lingering presence or enduring effects of older…ethnic and racial hierarchies” in the Western world after World War II. According to Kymlicka, the Western nations that defeated Fascism in the…

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    Behind the Mask: What Is the Real Agenda of Contemporary Environmentalism?

    by Tim Murray Naomi Klein claims that White Capitalism harms the environment and that mass immigration of nature-loving Third Worlders into White countries is the solution No matter if the science of global warming is all phony…climate change provides the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world. — Christine Stewart, former Canadian Minister of the Environment Forget everything you think you know about global warming. It’s not about carbon — it’s about capitalism. The good news is that we can seize this existential crisis to transform our failed economic system and build something radically better. — Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything — Capitalism vs. the Climate…

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    Nothing Good to Sing About: The Reality of Voluntary Segregation in America

    by Tim Murray Folk Musicians in Washington Square, April 1962 Television may be a wasteland, but it can at least offer a bellwether for things to come. Case in point. A few months ago, I saw a PBS music special that took place in Seattle. It was about the folk music explosion in the sixties, and was hosted by one of the more favorite bands of that era. Several of the most famous figures were introduced, and of course, many of the most iconic songs of this genre were sung that night. For a ‘folkie” like me, it was a trip down memory lane. Three things struck me about the…