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Sunday, 17 December 2017

Swastika Hysteria In Ontario's Hinterland

by Ivan Daudet

Swastika Trail
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."

Thursday, 14 December 2017

The Uniqueness Of Western Law

by Richard Storey, Master of Laws contributing to Ocean Drive

Law books

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.

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 of these is natural law.

Monday, 11 December 2017

Justin Trudeau: A Traitorous Disgrace

by Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada

Justine Trudeau
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.

Friday, 8 December 2017

BBC's "Masters Of The Pacific Coast"

by Thomas Jones

Masters of the Pacific Coast. The Tribes of the American Northwest
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 North America; from roughly the Alaska panhandle in the north to Oregon in the south.

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

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

by Falko Baumgartner

Justin Trudeau crying
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.

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Commercial TV Ads As A Vehicle Of Open Borders Propaganda

by Tim Murray

Wally Buono sports a "Diversity is Strength" T-shirt
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:

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

British Establishment Historians Are Defiling Their Profession

by Bryn Owen

Fake Black Romans in Britain

Recent events have made plain the conformism and deceitfulness of much of the British historical establishment.

Sunday, 26 November 2017

A Day In Hongcouver Where Locals Are Extras

by Christoph Hauck

Vancouver's Skyline, seen from Stanley Park
Vancouver's skyline, seen from Stanley Park on a rainy Sunday afternoon

Vancouver is one of those faraway places which has a special ring for an Austrian like me. Being situated almost on the other side of the world, it has long been in my mind synonymous with a place very distant and different from home — and thus potentially interesting to visit. Over time my curiosity was further raised by the vivid accounts of school-mates who had travelled and even migrated there. Much of what they said sounded charming, so I was happy to be eventually able to relate their experiences with what I saw with my own eyes.

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Immigration Is Killing Ontario's Small Towns

by Maggie McDougal

Elora, Ontario
Historic town: Elora, Ont. is one of many towns targeted for a massive influx of immigrants looking for "quieter" places to "raise their children" as the children of Canadian residents are forced out due to rising housing prices and businesses committed to hiring foreign immigrants only.

I was on my way to work one morning around the beginning of March, when I decided to stop at MacDonald's for a morning coffee, one of the few luxuries I can afford, despite having trained for four different fields of work throughout my life in Ontario, Canada. At my current job, I am by far the highest educated worker, with vast training, including a graduate degree in the chief public service that the organization provides: human services. Yet, I am employed on contract at the lowliest clerical job, with the poorest status, and wages and without benefit, not even vacation time (only money in lieu of vacation). That in it-self should raise the eyebrows of the handful of critical thinkers that still exist in this nation.

Monday, 20 November 2017

Enough Of Michael Enright, Please

by Tim Murray

Michael Enright
Who needs a high school diploma when a radio voice and a bow tie can make me an authority?

I must confess that I have had a longstanding, all-consuming hatred for Michael Enright. I despise the man and what he represents. But most of all I despise his pretensions.

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