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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Europeans the Greatest in Everything since the Beginning

by Ricardo Duchesne



Steven King ignited a hysterical backlash in the summer of 2016 when he modestly asked, in response to a journalist who made a comment about "old white people" making up the majority of the GOP:
Where are these contributions that have been made by these other categories of people that you're talking about? Where did any other subgroup of people contribute more to civilization?

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Jagmeet Singh And The Rise Of Identity Politics In Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party


Jagmeet Singh
Slick Suit Singh — Future Prime Minister of Canada?


Every social movement has its heroes. Within the spectrum of Canadian political correctness, this role is currently fulfilled by Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. His incessant promotion of all-things multicultural — in particular a fervent dedication to our Islamic and LGBT communities — has advanced a globalist agenda to the extent that to even question its motives draws the wrath of social justice warriors from coast to coast.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Chinese Demands: Recognize Us As "Nation Builders of Canada"

by Ricardo Duchesne

Guo Ding
Guo Din


A book with a weird title, Canada's Chinese Gene, was released this summer claiming that Chinese-Canadians "should be recognized as nation builders, instead of immigrants." The book was written in the language of its author, Guo Ding, who looks like a prototype member of the Chinese Communist Party.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Justin Trudeau's Rousing Pro-Refugee Rant

by Tim Murray

Justin Trudeau


I just saw Trudeau's press conference in Kelowna. It is obvious that flake-head has, after two years, learned his lines well, as one would expect of a former high school drama teacher. His impassioned rant about Canada's "values" and tradition of "welcoming" refugees and immigrants pushed all the right emotional buttons and employed all of the standard cliches. When he was done, I was looking for a quick path to the bathroom. Fortunately the lid was up.

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Christianity Is Quintessentially European, And The Greatest Religion

by Coady Colinson

Hungary: the First European country to affirm its Christian Identity over Islamic Immigration


People all over the West are abandoning Christianity and churches are closing down or being converted into spas, pubs, or mosques. Many Canadians are indifferent to this fact and others seem to accept it is as a good and natural thing (like demographic change). The unspoken feeling is that there is something backward, and perhaps even evil, about Christianity, and intelligent and modern people should turn their backs on it and embrace secularism, relativism, and atheism; and if you have to have some sort of religious belief it should be a vague spiritualism or some sort of paganism.

Monday, 4 September 2017

What Is "Euro-Canadian"?

by Ricardo Duchesne

Eurocanadians
Are these guys Turks, Muslims, Azerbaijanis, or European-Canadians


Two weeks ago the name "Charlie Smith" wrote a short article asking What The Hell Is A European-Canadian? Posted in the Georgia Straight, where Smith has been the editor since 2005, it asks why the Council of European Canadians would use the term "European" to describe the majority of Canadians when the "continent of Europe" designates a landmass that is contiguous with such Asian countries as Turkey, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Azerbaijan.
The term "European Canadian" implies there's a commonality and a bond between those who trace their ancestry to Ukraine, Portugal, Greece, Finland, Germany, Romania, Turkey, Switzerland, Estonia, and England, to name just 10 of those countries.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Aboriginal Questions

by Peter Goodchild

Aboriginal of Canada
Aboriginal of Canada


The word "aborigine" comes quite simply from two Latin words, "ab origine," meaning "from the origin." But origin of what? The origin of human settlement in the Americas? Says who? There is considerable (though confusing and uncertain) evidence that there were people in the Americas, probably from Southeast Asia, or perhaps from several parts of southern Asia, long before the people who now consider themselves "the first." These earlier people were not Mongoloid, unlike our present "aborigines."1

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

The Spanking Revolt Against Feminist Orthodoxy

by Albert Smith

Spanking party


We spend most of our time here at Eurocanadian.ca discussing cultural changes and politics, but before politics is culture, and before culture is race, and before that is sex. Indeed, to combine the two ends of that argument, if war is politics by other means, sex is war by other means.

Thursday, 24 August 2017

Canada In Decay — NEW BOOK By Ricardo Duchesne!

by The Editors

Canada in Decay: Mass Immigration, Diversity, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians


We are pleased to announce the publication of Ricardo Duchesne's latest book, Canada in Decay!

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Who Needs A Functional Refugee Policy In A Borderless World?

by Tim Murray

Justin Trudeau's tweet on welcoming all refugees


No doubt you have seen images of some of the more than 10,000 migrants who have streamed illegally into Canada from the United States at unofficial border crossings — for the most part in Manitoba and Quebec. What began as a trickle eight months ago has become a flood in August. The City of Montreal reported that while there were 50 per day in the first half of July, there are between 250 and 300 crossing illegally now.

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