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    Swinging Both Ways: In Justine’s Post-National State the Options Are Endless

    by Tim Murray After having read a quote by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the effect that Islam’s values are Canada’s values, I thought I had met my quota of absurdity for the week. Then this came along. A transgender couple had a baby. In other words, a woman who thinks that she is a man conceived and gave birth to a child that was sired by a man who thinks that he is a woman. One wonders what this baby will evolve into. He or she will have a woman for a male role model and a man for a female role model, and possibly grow up convinced that…

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    Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 9: “An Experiment of Major Proportions”

    by Ricardo Duchesne Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IX| Part X | Part XI What Did Trudeau Mean by Multicultural? Whenever Canadians, from politicians to academics, are asked what makes their nation unique, they invariably answer “Canada’s multiculturalism and diversity.” Don’t they know that Canada is now a dime a dozen, that almost all Western nations today identify themselves as uniquely multicultural? But it cannot be denied that Canada produced the first Western leader, Pierre Trudeau, who envisioned a constitutional framework, however vague, for the integration of multiple cultures within…

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    The Left’s Campaign to Dethrone Science

    by Tim Murray News item: Leftist Students Say Science Is Racist and Should Be Abolished. University of Cape Town Movement Says Witchcraft Is No Less Valid Than Isaac Newton’s Theory of Gravity & Leftist Student-Activist: Science Is Racist and Should Be ‘Decolonized’ I have heard a lot in recent years about “The Right’s War on Science.” The implication being, of course — that aside from their self-proclaimed moral superiority — Leftists are by contrast, rational, objective and enlightened beings who make and respect evidence-based arguments. Right-wingers, on the other hand, are climate-denying, Bible-punching evangelicals with a religious faith in classical economic theory and the invisible hand of the market place.…

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    Donald J. Trump — 45th President of the United States

    by Janice Fiamengo The election of Donald J. Trump revealed a bitterly divided nation and a large body of voters fed up with the status quo: fed up with a perennially ailing economy and a shrinking middle class; fed up with an overly intrusive state that crippled businesses with innumerable regulations and sought to redistribute wealth; fed up with a massively burdensome and insupportable debt; fed up with a president mentored by revolutionaries and malcontents who seemed not to like ordinary Americans much if at all; fed up with a leader who paid court to hostile foreign powers while alienating or outright betraying America’s traditional allies; fed up with a…

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    Who Are the Progressives?

    by Jean Drapeau, Liberty Institute of Canada Progressive worldview in the US The Progressive Movement The progressives are people of different political stripes (but mainly neo-liberals and Marxists) who share a common goal: To replace Christian society and the free market with a Marxist, 60-gender plus amoral society ruled by politically correct bureaucrats. The progressive movement, also called “cultural Marxism,” grew out of the efforts of a few Marxist academics at Germany’s Frankfurt School in the 1920s. The men later fled Germany during WWII and set up shop at Columbia University in the U.S. They abhorred the social restrictions imposed upon them by Christian morality, and they also equally hated…

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    Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 8: Pierre Trudeau’s Assault on Anglo-Canadian Cultural Nationalism

    by Ricardo Duchesne Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IX | Part X | Part XI Senator Paul Yuzyk and his wife speaking with Prime Minister P.E. Trudeau, after he announced the policy of multiculturalism at the Ukrainian Canadian Congress in Winnipeg, October 9, 1971 Trudeau’s Anti-Nationalism Among current efforts to explain Pierre Trudeau’s adoption of multiculturalism we have the following claims: Trudeau saw a multicultural Canada as a way to defuse French Canadian nationalism by making the Quebecois no more than one ethnic group among many others; Trudeau was responding…

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    Source of the Faustian West

    by Richard Storey, Master of Laws contributing to Ocean Drive Triumphant Achilles dragging Hector’s lifeless body in front of the Gates of Troy After Achilles had defeated Hector in battle, his chariot dragged his corpse by the heels. Such was the hubristic spirit of our Indo-European ancestors — warrior nomads who conquered and ruled peoples from Europe to Asia, millennia before anyone had heard of Alexander. But the same spirit which restlessly pursued immortality in fame and glory would not only cause their European descendants to circumnavigate the globe and conquer its poles, but map the human genome also; not only has the White man needed to tower into the…

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    Words of Wisdom from Justin Trudeau — New Year’s Reflections

    by Tim Murray Chief Notafukenclew In 2017, we Canadians must take time to reflect upon our good fortune. The good fortune of having an inspirational leader of Justin Trudeau’s intellectual caliber. Who would have thought that a young drama teacher and snowboarding instructor would come to acquire so much wisdom and knowledge in just four decades of life? It seems that Justin was right. In Canada, anything is possible. Until Justin Trudeau entered my life, I was but an ignorant fool, a prisoner of my own delusions. Until I heard his words of wisdom, I didn’t understand that the Chinese Communist dictatorship was something to be admired. Or that all…

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    Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 7: Royal Commission on Biculturalism (1963-1969)

    by Ricardo Duchesne Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IX | Part X | Part XI Biculturalism under study: A group of students from the French University of Sherbrooke, 19 March 1964. None of these well meaning, serious looking students, were aware these hearings were already caught up within a spiral of radicalization. Between 1963 and 1969 the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism organized hearings across the nation to inquire into and report upon the existing state of bilingualism and biculturalism in Canada and to recommend what steps should be…

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    We Must Reaffirm Our Nationalist Canadian Identity

    by Graham Wolfe, contributing to Ocean Drive Sash The thing about nationalism is that it is the primary way people identify as a citizen. For most it is the touchstone by which a person says “This is me. This is my nation and heritage. These are my people.” Nationalism on a day-to-day scale is the subtle exaltation of identity. It is the little quirks about us, the things we wear and do. The attitudes and mannerisms we have. Unfortunately, in the “post-national” age Trudeau has declared us in, it has become harder for people to identify as a Canadian. Especially when people like Trudeau consciously undermine Canada’s heritage and soul.…