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    Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 1: Ethnic Liberalism versus Post-WWII Norms

    by Ricardo Duchesne, Research Gate Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IX | Part X | Part XI Eurocanadians to this day are being harassed for lack of progress in dismantling institutional racism, half a century after the complete redefinition of Canada as a multicultural nation in 1971, after the Canadian Human Rights Act of 1977, which called for “equal opportunity” for “victims of discriminatory practices,” after the Employment Equity Act of 1986, which instituted, and still mandates, affirmative hiring for minorities, after the Multiculturalism Act of 1988, which provides billions in…

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    Alt-Right Flyers Invade Multicultural Canada

    by Fan Jun Flyer in Toronto Flyers in Toronto A sequence of flyers posted in Toronto and inside mailboxes in Richmond, BC, over the last weeks have occasioned a sequence of paroxysms of rage, totalitarian self-righteousness, and hate crimes investigations across the second largest country of the world. It all began on a quiet morning when a young White male cuck saw a poster on a tree with the words “Hey, WHITE PERSON, wondering why only white countries have to become ‘multicultural’?” and “figured out that diversity only means ‘less white people’?” This man, an exemplary law abiding member of the most diverse and most harmonious city ever created in…

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    The End Game: What the Immigration Lobby Has in Store for Us

    by Tim Murray Suburban sardine can housing (Markham, Ontario) It has been an ongoing story that never lets up. Ordinary working metro-Vancouverites, including double-income families, are being displaced by big foreign money and in-migration. Not only can they not afford a down payment or qualify for a mortgage, in a growing number of cases they can’t even pay the rent, assuming they find an apartment or basement suite. Increase Supply? This housing crisis has provided ample fodder for local news media. In fact, rare is the night when it doesn’t pop up as a news item. Or so it seems. Case in point: On November 21, 2016, a BC Global…

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    Niall Ferguson, Strangely Blind about Race

    Sometimes smart people are blind to obvious facts, especially if these aren’t politically correct. Here’s a doozie from Harvard professor Niall Ferguson, one of Britain’s most renowned historians. by Frank Hilliard African scientists, engineers and heart surgeons? I was reading Ferguson’s work on Europe called Civilization: The West and the Rest with a great deal of interest. Why was the West better than the rest, why had it triumphed in the competition between the civilizations around the world? He has a number of answers: the geography of Europe, “Judeo-Christian” concepts of free will, property ownership. All true of course, but I sensed something was missing. Humm, what could it be?…

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    Multicultural Separatism: Will London Leave England?

    Sadiq Khan, the Muslim mayor of London, wants to separate the British capital from the United Kingdom and turn it into the financial Mongrel City of the World. by Thomas Jones In the recent EU referendum that the UK held 59% of London’s population voted to remain in the European Union. Some including London’s mayor Sadiq Khan called for the capital to separate from the United Kingdom and become its own city-state. Though these calls are rather muted now, Khan has continued to promote the idea of an “open” London and recently business leaders have called for London to have its own visa program. Essentially, this plan would allow London…

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    Immigration Minister McCallum Coming to the Rescue of the Homeless

    by Tim Murray Vancouverite Jim Davis, displaced by Chine$e colonization, finds peace in diversity Jim Davis may not be able to afford rent, new shoes, eye glasses or the dental work he sorely needs, but there is always that greasy-spoon Chinese cafe across the street. You know, the one that serves wonton soup for a modest fraction of Jim’s monthly welfare cheque. Thank God for ethnic cooking. And after just seven hours of begging he can usually cobble together enough spare change to pay for a “cup of Tim Horton’s” and win a smile from the 22-year-old Sri Lankan girl behind the counter. Heck, if he watches his pennies he…

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    Premier Man-Thing, I Think I Love You

    by Tim Murray Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, you confuse me… With apologies to The Troggs… You make everything confusing, Man-Thing Man-Thing, I think I love you But I wanna know if you’re a man for sure Come on…but don’t hold me tight (I’m Alt-Right) Man-Thing, you make my stomach turn Man-Thing, I think you disgust me, You make every moral convention fair game, Man-Thing Man-Thing, I think you move me to barf, you may be the cure But I wanna know if you are an emetic for sure Premier Man-Thing, you make my heart sing But I don’t know if you’re a Queen or a King Come on hold me…

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    Make Canada Great Again!

    The Trump Presidency will be a major game changer in the politics of Eurocanadian Nationalism. We need to organize ourselves — NOW. Join the CEC. by The Editors This map shows the incredible county by county supremacy of Trump’s Immigration Patriotism Having Trump in the White House offers us Eurocanadians with an incredible opportunity to express our views more forcefully and openly in the sphere of politics and in direct confrontation with the establishment. Thus far the Council of European Canadians has been engaged in metapolitics. This is a form of cultural politics that strives for a counter-cultural movement against the established order, not by engaging in standard party politics,…

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    Folk-Right Versus Multiculturalism

    by Richard Storey, Master of Laws contributing to Ocean Drive To most Westerners today, the words ‘nation’, ‘nationality’ and ‘law’ seem only to mean the state, citizenship and legislation posited by the state. But there are other meanings to these words, which were their primary and even sole meanings in the past. The nation was once the ethnic group, the tribe at large — nationality being one’s ethnicity. Likewise, the law was once the customs of the kin-group; in Europe. So how is it that kinship is not only ignored by Western states as the criteria for citizenship but is even unheard of to most? And is there a future…