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    Vancouver Canucks LGBTQwertyed

    by Tim Murray The Vancouver Cucks today News item: The Vancouver Canucks will wear rainbow-coloured “Pride” jerseys. So here’s the scoop. Vancouver’s NHL hockey team is going to wear “rainbow” hockey sweaters in their practice session on February 28th of this year (2017). One veteran player told a reporter that the team’s message was that anyone can participate in hockey. “Gay people, LGBT people, people of any gender identity…all are welcome to the game if they can play hockey.” The owners, however, had another unspoken, underlying and candidly mercenary message, which if deciphered would run something like this: We want to make money by securing and expanding our base in…

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    My Journey to Ethnic Consciousness

    by Harold Dursley, contributing to Ocean Drive I feel betrayed by my people. My family has, like many European Canadian families, left our heritage in a dusty box in the attic, forgotten. I come from a cultural cul-de-sac of English, Irish, Scottish migrants who, near as our scant records can tell us, hopped the pond within the last 200 years. Our total lapse of cultural identity has meant that this fact has not bothered me, not even seemed worth thinking about, until my maturing into my mid-twenties. Growing Up Deracinated I cannot trace the beginning of this drift into cultural amnesia, for its hereditary nature blinkers my memory, too. Like…

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    How the Left Exploits the Quebec Mosque Shooting For Political Ends

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche For the “Center for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence” the main domestic threat is not Islamism but the “far right” Days have gone since the mosque killing and the emotions of the first days have cooled down and it is now possible to address rationally what happened and what did not on that evening. Following the event, Canadians were flooded with baseless theories and generalizations presented as objective information. With so much half true information, it has never been as hard for someone to know the truth. After each Muslim terrorist attack, the media is always quick to ponder the…

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    Making Strong Old Dreams — Interview with Northern Dawn

    by Dorin Alexandru, contributing to Ocean Drive There is a fresh face in the Canadian Right. Established this passing year, the Northern Dawn has quickly emerged as a hopeful presence in the fight against the liberal establishment. Interviewed by Vice and the Edmonton Examiner, it continues to present a polished and professional face to the public. What characterizes Northern Dawn’s political philosophy is a reactionary traditionalism concerned with maintaining the sovereignty of Canada and its historical roots in the British Crown. The strength of Northern Dawn lies in its particular and uniquely Canadian position distinguishing it from many other North American right-wing groups. Joining us here today, we will be…

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    Trudeau’s Cultural Crackdown On Anglo-Canada

    by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party With the election of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada is presently a nation undergoing unprecedented social transformation. From a cultural perspective, this transformation comes in a subtle but effective form. The end result may well be something unimaginable even one generation ago. Based upon Trudeau’s fervent dedication to globalist political ideology, one would assume he, along with his cabinet, are the primary driving forces behind our Liberal government’s agenda to “internationalize” our nation. Is this really the case? After following the antics of the Liberals during their first year in office, additional thoughts begin to percolate. Was there a long term plan to engineer…

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    Iqra Khalid’s Threat to Canadian Freedom of Speech

    by Gerry T. Neal Iqra Khalid, the MP behind the anti-“Islamophobia” motion Antonia Blumberg, the Associate Religion Editor for the progressive liberal disinformation site that some consider to be the online equivalent of a newspaper, the Huffington Post, has come to the defence of the anti-“Islamophobia” motion that Iqra Khalid, the Liberal MP representing Mississauga-Erin Mills has introduced into the Canadian Parliament. In doing so she has lived down to the stereotype, popular here in the Dominion of Canada, of the Yankee who spouts off about things of which she knows nothing. The Totalitarian Nature of the “Human Rights Commission” Regardless of whether it is a non-binding motion or a…

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    Navigating Progressive Cant

    by Tim Murray Premier Kathleen Wynne, feminist and gay rights activist, forced to sit like a third class citizen in the corner of a mosque in Toronto, while the men prayed. We are not different. We are the same. We are all Canadians — says Kathleen Wynne everyday. We are a nation of diverse people, and diversity is our strength — says Justin Trudeau everyday. Hmm. We are diverse but we are the same. But if we are the same, then we are not diverse. And if we are not diverse, we are not strong. So if we are the same, we must be all weak because we are not…

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    In Dangerous Times, We Need the Rule of Men, Not the Rule of Law

    by Jean Drapeau, Liberty Institute of Canada We are told time and time again that civil societies observe the rule of law, not the rule of men. However, what happens when the law becomes so disconnected from the citizenry that its application can no longer serve the common good? What happens when politically appointed judges and bureaucrats fall out of sync with the voters? Decades of creeping Marxism has left Western countries with exactly that: A diminishing productive class that is funding an increasing parasite class, and a state machinery whose leftist inertia is putting it at odds with those who wish to make change. Consider that it is the…

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    Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 10: Immigration Act of 1976, Human Rights Act of 1977, Charter of Rights of 1982

    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 Vietnamese refugees, 1979: Canada took 60,000 “boat people” in 18 months Canadian multiculturalism for Pierre Trudeau was about remaking Canada into the first “polyethnic” federal state in human history. Only a Canada without an official culture could be consistently liberal, he argued, for only such a Canada would have ended the domination of one cultural group over the nation’s identity. A Canada without a collective culture would be truly liberal in allowing citizens the individual…

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    Canada’s 150th: Birthday or Funeral?

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Two weeks ago, the world’s attention was turned towards Washington and New York with Trump’s Inauguration Day and the many politically correct demonstrations and near riots surrounding the event. Women clamoring for abortion rights and unions arguing for more outsourcing managed to seize the cameras’ attention for the rest of the week, not surprisingly as some of them were dressed as giant vaginas. It was against this background of already saturated newsrooms that Statistics Canada released one of its numerous reports. Only this time the content should have made the world’s headlines. According to the governmental organization, in the year 2036 first…