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    Immigrant Diversity Killed Canadian History

    by Ricardo Duchesne Jack Granatstein’s short book, Who Killed Canadian History?, was an immediate hit when it came out in 1998. This encouraged the author to release a “revised and expanded edition” in 2007. Everyone thought it was a daring challenge to the academic establishment criticizing the way multiculturalists had broken up Canada’s historical narrative into separate compartments according to ethnic, gender, and class identities. Conservative reviewers experienced warm, fuzzy feelings, as they read Granatstein’s call for a “uniting” national story emphasizing the liberalizing character of a nation committed to the equal rights of all humans and open to immigrants from every region of the world. Granatstein takes great pains…

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    The British Columbia Left: Our Useful Idiots On Proportional Representation

    by Tim Murray The starting gun has fired. The race has begun. And the stakes are high. BC NDP leader John Horgan and BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver joined hands on stage yesterday to promote Proportional Representation (PR), which is being put to a referendum this month. It seems that this time, the PR lobby has the momentum, and victory is at hand. Finally. The BC Liberals, however, are against it. Their leader, Andrew Wilkinson, warned that PR would allow, in his words, “extremists” to get elected. By “extremists”, he means people who dare to challenge the bipartisan extremism of ‘progressive’ laws and policies that professional politicians fear to…

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    Andrew Scheer Is A Nowhere Man

    by Tim Murray Andrew Scheer on Twitter: “Had a blast at the Brampton Malayalee Samajam’s 8th Canadian Nehru Trophy Boat Race!” My message is that the Conservative Party is an inclusive party, that welcomes the contributions of people of the Muslim faith, and I’m glad that they make up our cultural fabric. — Andrew Scheer, July 2017 He’s a real nowhere man Sitting in his nowhere land Making all his nowhere plans for nobody Doesn’t have a point of view Knows not where he’s going to… — The Beatles How time flies. Do you know that it was three years ago that Canadian voters rejected the Harper Conservatives and awarded…

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    The ‘Great Replacement’ Looms For Old Stock Canadians

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche The changing face of classrooms across the Western world Canada takes even more immigrants relative to its population than the U.S. but its elite has long been as complacently confident that the immigration issue could be kept out of politics as the U.S. elite was before Trump. (Canada has the added advantage of shockingly repressive Hate Speech laws, although the U.S. elite and the Tech Totalitarians are working on that). But two recent events have disturbed that complacency: Maxime Bernier, a federal Member of Parliament and prominent former candidate for the federal Conservative Party leadership, began an extremely aggressive Trump-type Twitter campaign…

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    Jean Piaget And The Superior Psychogenetic Cognition Of Europeans: Part II

    by Ricardo Duchesne (Traduit en français) Part I | Part II Aristotle’s logic was still influential in the Renaissance Why the West rose to become the most powerful civilization, the progenitor of modernity, the culture with the most prodigious creators? The answers are plenty. But it may be that a child psychologist, Jean Piaget, has offered the best theoretical framework to explain the difference between the West and the Rest. Part II of this article continues the examination of George Oesterdiefkhoff’s application and elaboration of Piagetian theory in his ranking of the cognitive development of the peoples of the world. It praises the fundamental insights of this elaboration while arguing…

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    What Do I Have To Do To Anger Feminists?

    by Tim Murray I have been called a racist and a fascist, and deservedly so. I did much to earn those credits and I am proud of the accomplishment. Yet somehow that is not enough. Something’s missing. I want another accolade to complete the hat-trick. Another trophy in the trophy case. A label that only women can pin on me. But for the life of me I don’t know what I have to do to be called a misogynist. Two or three articles apparently do not suffice. Neither to my postings in comment sections. I have felt frustrated about this for some time, I mean, to come so far only…

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    Dalai Lama Barred From Entering Canada — Is Jesus Next?

    by Tim Murray In the wake of his startling comments in Malmo, Sweden, about refugees, the Dalai Lama has been officially barred from entering Canada. The Trudeau government’s decision came as a result of a human rights complaint issued by the Canadian Council of Refugees, as well as information provided by the Anti-Racism Research Council, the Canadian Anti-Hate Network and the Southern Poverty Law Center in the United States, which, if you haven’t heard, is the impeccable arbiter of Good and Evil in this world. Given the Dalai Lama’s stellar contribution to the cause of global peace and harmony, and his standing as one of the world’s most revered and…

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    Jean Piaget And The Superior Psychogenetic Cognition Of Europeans: Part I

    by Ricardo Duchesne (Traduit en français) Part I | Part II Jean Piaget Everyone has heard about Jean Piaget’s (1896-1980) theory of the cognitive development of children. But no one knows that his theory placed Europeans at the top of the cognitive ladder with most humans stuck at the bottom — unless Europeans taught them how to think. Piaget is widely recognized as the “greatest child psychologist of the twentieth century”. Unlike many other influential figures, Piaget’s discoveries have withstood the test of time. His argument that human cognition develops stage by stage, from sensorimotor, through preoperational and concrete operations, to formal operations, is generally endorsed in psychology and sociology…