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Friday, 19 January 2018

How To Save The West: Send Our Women Overseas With A Gun

by Frank Hilliard

Israeli Women Soldiers
Israeli Women Soldiers

You would think if population replacement was the issue, the Alt-Right would be into babies in a big way. You would be wrong. Instead we worry endlessly about immigration, migration, invasion, Islam, globalism, border security, alien culture, rape, crime, terrorism and a host of other downstream issues. The truth is that the truth is too hard to swallow, too hard to admit and way too hard to deal with.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Western Civilization Identified As Hate Group By Anti-Racists

by Tim Murray

Enlightment Thinkers
Hate group of Enlightment thinkers

Following the successful passage of Motion 103 which condemned all forms of Islamophobia, another motion of similar intent will be debated before the House of Commons in 2018. It condemns Western Civilization and all of its meagre accomplishments.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Greatest Philosophers Are ALL European Men

by Ricardo Duchesne, Research Gate
Great philosophers: Plato and Aristotle, Kant and Hegel
Plato and Aristotle, Kant and Hegel

The Ultimate And The Highest

It could be that the most important historical question, the question that points to a monumental contrast between the West and the Rest, is the following: why did Europe produce all the greatest philosophers in history? If we agree that philosophers have been the greatest thinkers, because they have provided the best answers to the most crucial questions about being and becoming, the finite and the infinite, why there is anything rather than nothing, what is good and evil, what is the relation between freedom and necessity, then identifying the ethnicity of the greatest philosophers may be a most revealing factum. One does not have to agree with Aristotle that the "highest good" is the pursuit of Wisdom to take seriously his claim that, if "all men by nature desire to have knowledge," and if the highest form of knowledge is giving reasons for what is, then it cannot be denied that the civilization that produced the greatest philosophers is the civilization that provided the deepest knowledge about the ultimate questions and thus the civilization that achieved the highest level of cultural expression.

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Polish Canadians Are White, Therefore No Longer "Ethnic Enough"

by Mark Wegierski

Polish Canadian Wedding, 1930s
Polish Canadian Wedding, 1930s

Although the Polish-Canadian community (called "Canadian Polonia" by Polish-Canadians) is sometimes spoken of as a unity, it is in fact divided into numerous groups and subgroupings, depending mostly on the time of arrival in Canada. Obviously, waves of immigrants have come from much different Polish societies, and have arrived in much different Canadian societies. There have also been minorities among the immigrants whose relations to the Polish-Canadian community have greatly varied, notably Polish Jews. While one of the most stalwart Polish-Canadians was the sociological scholar Benedykt Heydenkorn, author of numerous worthwhile books about the Polish-Canadian community, others had highly negative feelings towards Poland.

Saturday, 6 January 2018

Cultural Associations Are The Key To Ethnonationalism

by Frank Hilliard

Pakistani Canadian Cultural Association of BC

In every town and city across Canada there are cultural associations dedicated to preserving, defending and promoting individual cultures and their language, food, music, dance, art, ceremonies and history. While many of these are European, the newly emerging associations are from countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Species Is A Social Construct

by Tim Murray

Barney the Lab
Taking charge. Barney the Lab breaks free of human patriarchy.

After a decade of failing to inculcate any sense of deference, discipline or obedience in my Labrador Retriever "Barney," I have beaten myself up with self-reproach. His failure, I reckoned, was a reflection of my failure. The failure to guide and mentor him as I should have, so that he could take his place as a responsible citizen of the neighbourhood.

Monday, 1 January 2018

It's The Current Year!

by The Editors

Because it's 2018

Dear readers,
we wish you a Happy New Year
and may all your wishes for the future come true!

Your CEC

Saturday, 30 December 2017

The Africanization of of 2016

by Falko Baumgartner

Editor's Note: This is an update of the original article which has been published yearly since 2012 in various alternative outlets (the 2012 version in English, German, Dutch and French). It traces the ongoing demographic displacement of the French people based on official French medical data on sickle cell disease. In 2016, the year for which the latest figures are available, 40 percent of newborns in mainland France were of non-European origin and their number is steadily rising.

Le Grand Remplacement as evidenced by national sickle cell screening
Screening of sickle cell disease in newborn babies in mainland France from 2005 to 2016; the values are per region and in percent of the total number born that year. As this genetic illness is mostly confined to non-Europeans, primarily Africans, the ethnic origin of newborns can be derived from the data (see below for sources; map composed by FDesouche).

Geographically one finds France in Europe, but demographically the country is swiftly drifting towards Africa as recent data indicates. France, unlike America, does not hold censuses on ethnicity, but follows instead its ideal of the color-blind republic. This, obviously, does not change one bit the ethnic reality on the ground, but it certainly helps to keep its citizens in the dark about it. Little in the way of official figures exists on the size of the immigrant population and the native French — until recently. Pertinent material has come from quite an unexpected source, medicine, and it has all the hallmarks of allowing us an adequately precise and unbiased look into the strong growth of the non-White population in France.

Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Feigning Democracy: Liberalism In Justin Trudeau's Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party

Justin Trudeau with his electoral base
Justin Trudeau with his electoral base

While monitoring the behaviour of our Liberal government thus far in its tenure, a common theme unifies the assessment: democracy sure isn't what it used to be.

Sunday, 24 December 2017

Merry Christmas!

by The Editors

Chapel in Bavaria

Dear reader,

we wish you a Merry Christmas, in the company of your family and friends!

Your CEC

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