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    The Africanization of France…as of 2016

    by Falko Baumgartner (Traduit en français) Editor’s Note: This is an update of the original article which has been published yearly since 2012 in various alternative outlets (the 2012 version in English, German, Dutch and French). It traces the ongoing demographic displacement of the French people based on official French medical data on sickle cell disease. In 2016, the year for which the latest figures are available, 40 percent of newborns in mainland France were of non-European origin and their number is steadily rising. Screening of sickle cell disease in newborn babies in mainland France from 2005 to 2016; the values are per region and in percent of the total number…

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    Feigning Democracy: Liberalism In Justin Trudeau’s Canada

    by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party Justin Trudeau with his electoral base While monitoring the behaviour of our Liberal government thus far in its tenure, a common theme unifies the assessment: democracy sure isn’t what it used to be. Indeed, the concept of a government “for the people, by the people” has long since vanished from our political environment. Incrementally, in a most discreet manner, our nation has become an entity whereby the only remaining vestige of true democratic process is to be found in electoral democracy — the method by which our politicians are voted into office. Beyond this, the desires of the general public are very much on…

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    Merry Christmas!

    by The Editors Dear reader, we wish you a Merry Christmas, in the company of your family and friends! Your CEC by Tim Murray I would like to take this opportunity to tell you and yours what I am not going to wish for today. I am not going to wish you “Happy Holidays.” Nor I am going to tell you to have a “joyful festive season.” I am not going to tell you have a “Happy Winter Solstice.” Or have a “happy Saturnalia,” or whatever bacchanalian festival you favour. Instead, I am going to wish you a good old-fashion Merry Christmas. I am going to do so not because…

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    Important Christmas Message From The Ministry Of Hurt Feelings

    by Tim Murray, Press Officer Dear Victim of Hurtful Remarks, Images or Perceived Micro-aggressions, Christmas time can be and often is a difficult time for many of us. Christmas can bring back happy memories of joyful times, good cheer and love for all of humankind. It can be a traumatic experience. Especially for those of us who are dedicated to making people around us feel as miserable as we feel in the service of a cause that will make the world a better place. This momentary intrusion of blissful thoughts can severely impair your mission of fomenting discord, provoking confrontations and raising awareness about just how oppressed members of your…

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    Swastika Hysteria In Ontario’s Hinterland

    by Ivan Daudet Street name in Puslinch Township, Ontario Seventy-two years after the surrender of Hitler Germany, national socialism is completely scrubbed from the face of the earth. Well, not entirely. One small village of indomitable Ontarians, Puslinch Township, still holds out against the forces of good — or so its detractors maintain. The point of contention: an old street of around 50 residents named “Swastika Trail.” The Jewish advocacy group B’nai Brith Canada (BBC) started an online petition to demand from the town council to rename Swastika Trail to something ‘less offensive.’ It argues that the “swastika is unequivocally a modern symbol of racism, hatred and death.” The petition…

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    The Uniqueness Of Western Law

    by Richard Storey, Master of Laws contributing to Ocean Drive When accordingly it is inquired, whence is evil, it must first be inquired, what is evil, which is nothing else than corruption, either of the measure, or the form, or the order, that belong to nature. — Augustine The study of Western Civilization has been all but eradicated. This was no accident but, rather, an aggressive policy of leftist academe which has used exclusionary tactics to dominate and pervert the culture and purpose of our universities since the 1960s and 70s.1 But, for us students, driven underground, Western history is the greatest treasure trove of almost every faculty. Not least…

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    Justin Trudeau: A Traitorous Disgrace

    by Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada Happiest when he wears his pink shirt. The ignominious name of Canada’s Prime Minister is “Justine Trudeau.” Here is some background information that will show you that Trudeau deserves to be thoroughly shamed. (1) He is a Narcissicist. Like the character Narcissus in Greek mythology, Trudeau loves to look at his “reflection.” He is in love with his own appearance. Like many in the Old Testament, he has created a graven image to worship. For Trudeau, that image is a picture of himself. His God is himself and his views. He delights in being told he is handsome and in people flattering him for…

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    BBC’s “Masters Of The Pacific Coast”

    by Thomas Jones The BBC two-part documentary from 2016 presented by the archeologist Jago Cooper I first became aware of Jago Cooper from Lost Kingdoms of South America, a series he presented in 2013 on the developed cultures of South America, besides the Inca, that are largely unknown in the Anglosphere. Overall, I found it an interesting program – although I was not particularly impressed with Cooper as a presenter. Cooper is an archeologist whose main focus is pre-Columbian South America, but in 2016, he released a two-part documentary series Masters of the Pacific Coast. The Tribes of the American Northwest concerning the Amerindians of the northern Pacific coast of…

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    Tears Matter — Justine Trudeau And The Rise Of Emo-Politics

    by Falko Baumgartner Tears matter Since the dawn of democracy, politicians have been the one occupational class which beats actors at acting. In ancient Athens, the principal assembly of the citizens was held in the largest theater of the city, establishing for all times the inseparable link between drama and politics. Last week, former Canadian drama teacher and current Whine Minister Justine Trudeau picked up this tradition in the parliament over the supposed “oppression of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit communities,” whatever the last term means. True to form the WM was moved by her own words and began to shed a tear. With the handkerchief ready…

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    Commercial TV Ads As A Vehicle Of Open Borders Propaganda

    by Tim Murray B.C. Lions head coach Wally Buono sports a “Diversity is Strength” T-shirt in a CFL match in Regina on August 13, 2017 Propaganda In Canada If you are as addicted to televised sporting events as I am, then you will have noticed a striking proliferation of political messaging in the guise of commercial TV ads. In a spectacle of shameless partisanship, companies like the Keg restaurant chain, Smirnoff, Tim Horton’s and a myriad of others are carrying the ball for the government open borders agenda. With minor variations, all promote a common theme: We are a diverse nation of immigrants and must remain so. Diversity is our…