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    Bernier Must Rally For The Right Cause

    by Tim Murray Is Bernier heading in the right direction? In war and politics — that is war by other means — it is common knowledge that the outcome of a pivotal battle can hinge on a battle cry that galvanizes emotions. Men gripped by panic or paralysis can suddenly be made to cast it aside, rise up and charge the enemy. A battle cry is like a trumpet call, music which has the capacity to tap into the brain’s secretion of dopamine and natural opioids that help block our perception of fatigue, fear or pain. Slogans and battle cries can increase confidence and filter out distractions. They concentrate the…

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    The World According To The CBC

    by Tim Murray Girl in front of the lion cage, by Max Slevogt (1901) According to eye witnesses, a lion at the Granby zoo in Quebec suddenly grabbed the collar of a young girl’s jacket as she was leaning into the cage. As the lion tried to pull her inside, her screaming parents called for help. To their everlasting relief, a motorcyclist nearby came to the rescue. The biker jumped off his Harley, ran to the cage, and hit the lion square on the nose with a powerful punch. Whimpering from the pain, the lion jumped back, letting go of the girl, and the biker brought the girl to her…

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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! The Council of European Canadians takes a small break from moderating in order to bounce back with full force in 2019. We will be back in early January. In the meantime we continue to post some articles, so stay tuned: 12/27: The World According To The CBC 12/30: Bernier Must Rally For The Right Cause Please consider a donation to forward our cause. Your CEC

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    The Tourist From Hamburg

    by Tim Murray Should Africans and Moslems become the “caretakers” of Hamburg? I had a very long conversation with a German tourist from Hamburg today about the Syria refugees in Germany. The timing of the encounter could not have been better. Almost as if it was fated to be. Just 10 minutes before meeting her, I stopped in at the post office and found the latest copy of The Social Contract in my mail box, and with that in hand I walked toward my car, but before reaching it, curiosity got the be better of me. I sat down in front of the medical office and began thumbing through it,…

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    Linguistic Tensions In Canada = Trudeau’s Globalist Re-Election

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Justin Trudeau stands to get re-elected if English and French Canadians do no find common populist ground. In the mid-90s, with the referendum on independence in Quebec, linguistic tensions were at an all time high in Canada. After the defeat of the separatist option, however, there was an attitude of conciliation towards the French province from the Conservative Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. In 2006 he recognized Quebec as “a distinct nation,” and with that the linguistic divide and the separatist movement seemed to be fading away. In the last provincial elections, for the first time since the 1970s, the separatist Parti Québécois…

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    On The Collectivist Founding Principles Of Canada: “Peace, Order And Good Government”

    by Gerry T. Neal Founding Fathers of Confederation wanted a Canada based on Collectivist Principles and Equality of Rights for Whites The ninety-first section of the British North America Act (1) begins with the words: It shall be lawful for the Queen, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate and House of Commons, to make Laws for the Peace, Order, and good Government of Canada, in relation to all Matters not coming within the Classes of Subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the Legislatures of the Provinces. The phrase “Peace, Order, and good Government”, identified here as the end to which the law-making authority of the…

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    China Is Superior To Race-Mixed Brazil But Inferior To White Brazil

    by Ricardo Duchesne (Traduit en français) In our upside down times Western nations exhibit their moral arrogance in self-effacing biases against their culture and histories, attributing their success to external factors such as the “enriching” contributions of immigrants, while blaming their failures on internal factors such as their past white only immigration policies.  Communist China does not care a whit about such moral grandstanding, recently declaring that its culture and its people are superior to Brazil’s, and to all the other peoples of the world. According to Chinese State media journalist, Ding Gang, Brazilians are lazy slackers incapable of  modernizing their country properly, whereas Chinese people are more intelligent, harder working,…

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    Manufacturing Heroes: The Beatification Of Viola Desmond

    by Tim Murray When a man starts to hate himself the path to destruction is already open, the same is true of a nation. — Vivekananda (1863-1902) So Viola Desmond’s face finally made it on Canada’s new ten dollar bill. Not a moment too soon though, because the suspense has been killing me. Ever since the media announced two years ago that Desmond was the winner of contest to see which Canadian heroine would displace John A. MacDonald. I recall that moment with clarity. Global TV News had just finished talking about the achievements of the late John Glenn, when Viola’s fan club came up to the plate. The newscaster…