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    British Establishment Historians Are Defiling Their Profession

    by Bryn Owen Recent events have made plain the conformism and deceitfulness of much of the British historical establishment. Muslims At Dunkirk When I heard earlier this year about an upcoming film about the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk in 1940 I automatically assumed that the filmmaker would submit to the current ideological Diktat and give prominent roles to ethnic minority actors regardless of the fact that ethnic minorities did not play any great role in the events in question. By way of example, the 2007 film Atonement, which is also set around the disaster of 1940, features a Black soldier in a British infantry unit. I…

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    A Day In Hongcouver Where Locals Are Extras

    by Christoph Hauck Vancouver’s skyline, seen from Stanley Park on a rainy Sunday afternoon Table of Contents  [click to open] Fraser Valley And The Mountainous Hinterland Arriving In Vancouver Chinatown City Demographics Multicultural Utopia City Of Mammon Conclusion Vancouver is one of those faraway places which has a special ring for an Austrian like me. Being situated almost on the other side of the world, it has long been in my mind synonymous with a place very distant and different from home — and thus potentially interesting to visit. Over time my curiosity was further raised by the vivid accounts of school-mates who had travelled and even migrated there. Much of…

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    Immigration Is Killing Ontario’s Small Towns

    by Maggie McDougal Historic town: Elora, Ont. is one of many towns targeted for a massive influx of immigrants looking for “quieter” places to “raise their children” as the children of Canadian residents are forced out due to rising housing prices and businesses committed to hiring foreign immigrants only. I was on my way to work one morning around the beginning of March, when I decided to stop at MacDonald’s for a morning coffee, one of the few luxuries I can afford, despite having trained for four different fields of work throughout my life in Ontario, Canada. At my current job, I am by far the highest educated worker, with…

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    Enough Of Michael Enright, Please

    by Tim Murray Who needs a high school diploma when a radio voice and a bow tie can make me an authority? I must confess that I have had a longstanding, all-consuming hatred for Michael Enright. I despise the man and what he represents. But most of all I despise his pretensions. Enright is the incarnation of the CBC. With a Bertonesque bow-tie to support his feigned intellectualism and his smooth silky radio voice, he projects an air of urbanity, erudition and smug moral superiority that permeates the studio and reaches out to engage and enrage the audience. One wonders, how many radios have felt the brunt of fists that…

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    Right Wing Ideas “Greater Threat Than Radical Islam”

    by Oscar Thornton Michel Juneau-Katsuya: “The rise of the right…represents a greater threat [in Canada] than radical Islam” Committee season in Ottawa is beginning to wind down for the Christmas holidays, but November is also the deadline for the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage to report its recommendations back to parliament. You may recall that controversial Motion-103 “condemning Islamophobia” which mandated this Committee to study racism and “Islamophobia” in Canada under the heading of “Systemic Racism and Religious Discrimination.” Those who know this Committee as a traditional snooze-fest won’t be disappointed. Despite (or because of) the notoriety of M-103 (Islamophobia) you won’t be surprised to hear that Committee meetings were…

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    Diversity Is Destroying The Cohesion And Social Capital Of Western Nations

    by Dr. Ricardo Duchesne, Research Gate (Traduit en français) According to the “scientific” research of Alejandro Portes, massive immigration into Europe is improving social cohesion The academic world is totally dedicated to the diversification of all White-created nations. The research effort, the collection of data, the preparation of surveys, the proposals for lucrative grants, the long string of mediocre articles and books regularly published, are overwhelmingly biased in favour of mass immigration. It is assumed among all academics that White “homogeneous communities” without a program of diversification are inherently “backward looking,” “reactionary,” “anti-democratic,” devoid of “youth” and “energy,” and out of touch with the “requirements” of the times. Before 2006…

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    Justin’s Legacy

    by Tim Murray The year is 2030, 15 years after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s enlightened policy of mass immigration has made its mark on Canadian society. The auditorium in the above photograph is situated in what was formerly called Rivendell Lodge on Camp Homewood, once a summer retreat for Christian youth. The fact that this photo was taken in a small semi-hinterland Canadian community is reflective of an ethno-cultural “changing of the guard” that took place under Trudeau’s watch all across the country. In every town and city or hamlet as far north as Inuvik, as far west as Tofino and as far east as St. John’s, we see that…

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    Remembering The Rassenverräter: Race War Between Germanic Peoples

    by Frank Hilliard Once again, the mournful lament of The Last Post; once again, the rainy day with leaves falling from the trees; once again, the National War Memorial covered in paper poppies. Once again, it’s November 11, the anniversary of the end of the War to End All War. I realize the sacrifice on all sides is what we now remember, but there’s something else we don’t remember, don’t want to remember. There is the awful truth behind WWI and thus behind most of the tragedies and horrors of the 20th Century. First let me dispose of the ostensible cause of the war; the British “guarantee” of Belgian neutrality…

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    CBC: From Noble Nationalist Institution To Deceitful Scrum-Of-The-Earth Criminal

    by Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada In the 1920s, the Canadian Radio Commission, the founders of today’s CBC, justifiably acted like a mother-hen who uses her wings to protect her vulnerable chicks from predators. The chicks were average Canadians. The chief predator was a much larger country, the United States, whose large radio stations were beaming their programming into Canada. The CBC’s founders believed that Canada’s survival depended on “countering” the cultural power of the U.S. The CBC was to do all it could to protect Canada’s unique identity and to adopt a virtual “Canada First” cultural policy. At its nationalist peak between the 1960’s and 1990’s, CBC Radio actually…