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    Addicted to Self-Hatred

    by Tim Murray It has not been my practice to use pseudonyms. I always clung stubbornly to the quaint notion that people should have the guts to put their name to their words. That’s why I sent unsigned letters straight to the waste paper basket when I was working for a student newspaper. However it is an entirely different world now and the reality is that there are people out there dedicated to our destruction and eager to send out the hounds of persecution after our scent. The Thought Police are on the look-out, and many of them work undercover. So I finally came to the realization that I needed…

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    There Is Nothing the Alt-Right Can Do about the Effeminacy of White Men

    by Ricardo Duchesne Cato the Elder: The Face of Rising Rome Some White men are identifying with the Alt-Right as they realize that the goals and norms celebrated by our social order are underpinned by multiple deceptions, suppression of debate, anti-scientific notions about human equality, and unjust opposition to White identity in the midst of outright celebration of minority group rights. But it is not easy to dissent. The playbook of the establishment is very simple and very effective: claim that questioners of diversity are driven by plain hatred, that they are poorly educated hicks who can’t stand losing their White privilege, too parochial to understand the progressive cosmopolitanism marvellously…

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    Is There a European Personality Type?

    by Richard Storey, Master of Laws contributing to Ocean Drive The European is interested in the world, he wants to know it, to make this other confronting him his own, to bring to view the genus, law, universal, thought, the inner rationality, in the particular forms of the world. As in the theoretical, so too in the practical sphere, the European mind strives to make manifest the unity between itself and the outer world. It subdues the outer world to its ends with an energy which has ensured for it the mastery of the world. — Hegel, Philosophy of Mind I have become increasingly convinced that there is something unique…

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    Need Assisted Suicide? Call the CBC and the Immigration Lawyers

    by Tim Murray It has not escaped our notice that in the wake of the Quebec city shootings the CBC has been particularly zealous in its mission to stoke the ensuing flames of hysteria about the dark undercurrent of “hate” that runs through Canadian society. The irony is that the CBC need not look afar for hate. It only needs to look in the mirror. Of course, there are many kinds of hate — and fear. But the CBC seems to be obsessed with only the hate that some people direct toward “The Other”: outsiders, strangers and newcomers. A pathology they label as ‘racism’ and ‘xenophobia’, the buzzwords of our…

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    Trump and the Globalist Convergence of the Left and Right Against Nationalism

    This article comes from a talk given at The University of New Brunswick on March 16, 2017 by Professor Duchesne. The attendance was about fifty, mainly students, about eight academics, and some residents from NB. The talk lasted about 25 minutes followed by Q&A for about 70 minutes. At the end, many came out thinking that Trump may be an Emperor, after all. by Ricardo Duchesne What is Globalism? Globalism is the dominant ideology of our times and it unites the Left and the Right. Globalism should not be confused with globalization. Globalists purposely encourage this confusion, but globalization is factual account about the accelerating interactions of nations since the…

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    Ricardo Duchesne: Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age

    by The Editors We are pleased to announce the publication of Ricardo Duchesne’s book, Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age, by Arktos Books. Links to Purchase Book Buy book at Arktos Buy book at Amazon Short Description by Arktos At this pivotal moment in recent Western history, Ricardo Duchesne tackles what may be the most crucial question for people of European descent: ‘What makes us unique?’ Casting aside the dominant cultural Marxist narratives and dismissing the popular media attacks on concepts of ‘whiteness’, Duchesne draws on a range of historical examples, sources and philosophies to examine the origins of European man, his achievements, and the nature of the Faustian spirit…

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    Definition of a Canadian Conservative

    by Tim Murray Jason Kenney, self-proclaimed “conservative” A Canadian Conservative is a Liberal who drags his heels. If you want to create a Conservative, just grab a Liberal and wait 5 years. These cucks are: Pro mass immigration Pro mass Muslim immigration Pro multiculturalism Pro free trade Pro abortion on demand Pro gay marriage Pro gay adoption Pride Day participants Against re-opening a debate on the death penalty Against doing anything meaningful or substantial that would make the CBC accountable, cut it down to size or privatize it. Afraid to restore free speech to universities or establish a Bill of Rights for students which would guarantee their right to listen…

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    English Canada’s Journey to the Back of the Bus

    by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party Canada is a nation founded upon journeys. From the arrival of our earliest settlers, to the construction of our trans-national railway, to those who boarded the rail lines to settle our western provinces, ours is a nation founded by travellers from distant lands. Canada’s past is filled with colourful stories of journeymen and women — early Scottish pioneers, Ukrainian homesteaders, as well as those who battled the high seas sailing to our shores from the Far East. These and many other examples are well documented within our history books. In our more recent history, however, an unprecedented form of journey has quietly been taking…

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    Mass Immigration from Non-European Countries is the Problem, Not Multiculturalism

    by Ricardo Duchesne Multiculturalism Is Not the Problem Many Canadians object to multiculturalism without objecting to mass immigration and the rapid replacement of Eurocanadians by Asians, Africans, and Muslims. Criticizing multiculturalism without objecting to this replacement is hardly a risk to one’s career. The controversy initiated by Neil Bissoondath’s Selling Illusions: The Cult of Multiculturalism in Canada (1994) gave the author a name in Canada and a rather lucrative career along with nice honorary prizes including the Ordre national du Québec. J. L. Granatstein’s book Who Killed Canadian History? brought him national attention and prominent positions beyond his academic job. This should not surprised us. These two books welcome with…

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    Left, Right, and Marx’s Axiom

    by Peter Goodchild At this point in the twenty-first century, there is what looks like an approaching civil war in various countries, all over two words — “left” and “right” — which no one understands and no one can define. That’s more foolish than two groups of Christians arguing over whether the wine in the Eucharist is really wine or really blood. Any explanation of this quasi-metaphysical puzzle begins with the fact that Marx was absolutely right in saying, “The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” But that was never really an issue. Those class struggles have obviously been part of daily life since…