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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Third Deadliest Birthrate Affecting All of Humanity, Part III: China

by Frosty Wooldridge, frostywooldridge.com

Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV

Overcrowded beach in China
Typical beach in China


China expects to jump from 1.35 billion to 1.5 billion by 2050. It faces horrific environmental consequences today. Ironically, even with 1 child per woman birth policy, China continues adding 8 million annually via "population momentum."

As a naïve, youthful world bicycle traveler back in 1984, I toured through China when it opened up to international visitors. You can imagine my joy — fulfilling my teenage dream to walk on the Great Wall of China.

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Introducing the Concept of "Middle Stock" into the Canadian Immigration Discourse

by Alex Fontana

Italian immigrant workers constructing a sewer in Toronto
"Privileged" Italian immigrant workers constructing a sewer in Toronto


Both sets of my grandparents immigrated to Canada in the late 1940s, after World War II destroyed much of central Italy. The concept I am introducing of "Middle Stock" is meant to distinguish and provide much needed nuance to those European immigrants who came before the 1967 change to the immigration policy, like my grandparents, whose descendants do not necessarily feel themselves to be either "Old Stock," representing the founding nations of the English and French, nor as being represented or belonging to the mostly non-European "New Stock" who arrived mostly after the change in the nation's immigration system.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Race Is Just Family Writ Large

Discussing race is a dangerous, even toxic topic. Any suggestion that one race should be preferred over another is considered heresy. So let's discuss what race really is.

by Frank Hilliard

Family


Yes, it's a family.

It should be obvious that whatever else members of a race have in common, the basic linkage is genetic; that is, members are linked however remotely, by biology. Pointing out this distinction is now considered socially unacceptable and possibly even illegal.

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Second Deadliest Birthrate Affecting All of Humanity, Part II: India

by Frosty Wooldridge, frostywooldridge.com

Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV

Congested Indian city
Future Look of Canadian Cities with coming Massive Migration from India


India expects to jump from 1.252 billion to 1.55 billion crammed humans within 34 years. It adds 16 million, net gain, annually. Today, Indians flood into America with chain-migration and added birth rates. Indians do not believe in birth control. As Indian's population grows, its human misery index explodes off the charts, and ever more Indians migrate to European lands for better living standards. Let's take a look at what ramifications we face from immigration from India.

Friday, 16 September 2016

How Canada Got Immigration Wrong: A Reply to Jonathan Tepperman

by Ricardo Duchesne

Happier Eurocanadians?

Dreaming about Canada's Multicultural Model


Jonathan Tepperman, opines in an article in Wall Street Journal, How Canada Got Immigration Right (September 2016), that Trump and the US generally "could learn" from how Canada has been able to produce the happiest population in the world by importing more than a quarter million immigrants every year since the early 1980s. Canadians are so happy, he claims, that they want to keep this level of immigration for an indefinite future, if not increase it — a wish the current liberal government has granted by promising to increase immigration rates to 337,000 a year by 2018.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Deadliest Birthrate Affecting All of Humanity, Part I: Africa

by Frosty Wooldridge, frostywooldridge.com

Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV

Auguste Comte: Demography is destiny


As immigration, both legal and illegal, continues flooding into the United States of America — it also pours into Canada, Australia and Europe. Note that all Western countries stabilized their populations since 1970 by averaging 2.0 children or less per female.

Sunday, 11 September 2016

So What If I Am a Racist?

by Tim Murray

Burnaby, BC
Burnaby, BC — real estate density to accommodate massive Asian immigration


There are many in the environmental movement who have chosen to take the coward's way out. They know that population growth plays a crucial role in environmental degradation. And they know that in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom it is immigration which drives population growth and that it will play an even more decisive role in the future.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Second Nations: Justin Trudeau and the Fall of Anglo-Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party


Trudeau, the potato
The Chinese have a nickname for Trudeau: "Little Potato"


As most Canadians realize, Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau became prime minister of our country as of October 19th, 2015. What is less understood, however, are the social ramifications of this federal election. Lost among the photo opportunities, international grandstanding and playboy showmanship is the fact that our prime minister is working an agenda to alter the destiny of our nation.

Monday, 5 September 2016

Pleasing the Herd: Leftist Group-Think Seen Through the Lens of Evolutionary and Social Psychology

by Tim Murray

Gay activists


United, together, we will not be defeated.

United, together, we will not be defeated.

United, together, we will not defeated...Bah.......

Tell me if this has not happened to you. You are at an apparently innocuous social event when — amid the light banter about recipes or hair stylists or bargain stores — suddenly, without warning, a gratuitous, snide and negative reference is made about Donald Trump. Ah yes, the socially mandatory anti-Trump remark. I know it well.

Friday, 2 September 2016

Why the Sun Is Setting in Europe

To coin a phrase, the lights are going out all over Europe. The carnival is over. Our civilization is coming to an end. And there's a reason it is.

by Frank Hilliard

Arras, France, town square at dusk 2015
Arras, France, town square at dusk 2015


There is a trifling amount of butterfat in milk — 3.9 percent in Holstein milk, 5.4 percent in Jersey and Guernsey milk — and yet without it milk tastes like chalk dissolved in water, there would be no French cooking, no butter to put on your bread, no cheese and no milk chocolate from Switzerland. It's the same with hops in beer; a trace amount transforms barley water into the world's most popular beverage.

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