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Monday, 22 May 2017

Council of European Canadians Three Years Later

by The Editors

CEC emblem


Today, May 22, 2017, marks the third year of the Council of European Canadians. We are the premier online publication committed to the enhancement of the Anglo-Quebecois and European character of Canada. Our number of visitors to CEC has increased steadily reaching a few thousand each day.

However, we do need your SUPPORT.

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Aboriginals Do Not Have Patent Rights On Interpreting Their Culture

by Tim Murray

Steve Ladurantaye
Steve Ladurantaye: "Ripping off someone's culture isn't funny."


News item: The editor of CBC's The National, Steve Ladurantaye, is 'reassigned' after Twitter comment about cultural appropriation. He apologized for his 'hurtful' comment, which consisted of a pledge, made in jest, to contribute $100 to an "appropriation prize."

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Convergence of the Globalist Right and the Muslim/Left in Century Initiative

by Ricardo Duchesne

Convergence


We have seen the dubious claims the two key founders of Century Initiative, Dominic Barton and Goldy Heir, make about why Canada needs to be swamped by 450,000 immigrants per year. Century Initiative is packed with bogus arguments and clonish characters. Below I identify the other founders, some members of the "Advisory Board" and a few "Contributors." This identification will illustrate beyond a shadow of a doubt that leftists and conservatives in Canada are members of the same globalist ideology.

Monday, 15 May 2017

Brescia, Italy: Suicide of the Lioness?

by Bryn Owen

Brescia
Brescia


Known as the Lioness of Italy for its resistance to the Austrian army in 1849 during the First War of Italian Independence, is the city of Brescia blindly building its own funeral pyre as it takes in thousands of African migrants on a daily basis? It has been argued by the left and many Catholics that the city is a model of integration and that Italian "conviviality" can succeed where Anglo-Saxon multiculturalism and French assimilationism have failed.1 Indeed, Brescia supposedly offers a third way: "interculturality" involving face-to-face "dialogue" between different cultures.2 What this actually means in practice is difficult to decipher. In any case, such claims are dangerously optimistic and utopian, to say the least.

Friday, 12 May 2017

The Absurd Demographic Claims of Century Initiative

by Ricardo Duchesne

Urban overpopulation in Brazil
Brazil. Do you agree with Century Initiative that this should be a model of prosperity for Canada?


Let us continue dissecting and exposing the poorly researched, deceptive arguments, and faulty statistics employed by Century Initiative (CI) to manipulate "ordinary" Canadians into believing that their nation was never good enough and will decline irreversibly if 450,000 Africans, Muslims, and Asians are not granted citizenship every single year until the end of this century.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Century Initiative: Make Canada a "Global Nation" through a Massive Increase in Immigration

by Ricardo Duchesne

Century Initiative (CI)
The "Goal" is 100 Million by 2100


Check this out: in 2016 Century Initiative (CI) was started by a group of corporate managers (with the assistance of academics, journalists, Muslims and feminists) solely for the purpose of bringing about a 50-per-cent hike in immigration to Canada (from the current annual level of 300,000 to 450,000) by 2021. CI is calling for a "permanent" increase until the end of this century with the "goal" of "transforming" Canada into a "global nation" of 100 million inhabitants "unified by diversity and prosperity."

Saturday, 6 May 2017

Once Again the Obvious Solution to Vancouver's Housing Crisis Goes Unmentioned

by Tim Murray

John Horgan
John Horgan, selling out Canada's heritage


In every election campaign, political parties engage in a bidding war of absurd promises that fail to stand up to scrutiny. British Columbia's May 2017 provincial election is no exception.

In an effort to out-do the governing Liberals — consummate liars in their own right — NDP Leader John Horgan presented the party's plan to provide Vancouverites affordable housing by, you guessed it, increasing the supply of housing units. 114,000 over ten years to be exact.

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Animal Farm: Beware of the Language of Equality

by Charles Johnson

System press


The impulse for writing this brief essay comes from teaching the book for several years abroad. In my simple observations about the work, I've employed a medical analogy, whereby, Old Major is a social physician; his patient is the ailing, but equally oblivious, population of farm animals, and the illness is the daily life on that farm, owned by Mr. Jones. This analysis of Animal Farm follows a therapeutic progression: from a diagnosis, to a prescribed therapy, and ending finally in a description of a state of health that should result if the treatment is followed. In contrast to the usual interpretation of Animal Farm which highlights Orwell's famous quote that "all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others," the message of this medical analogy is that those who control language control politics and power.

Sunday, 30 April 2017

Should We Trust Jonathan Haidt's Moral Judgments?

by Ricardo Duchesne

Liberals and conservatives in Eastern Europe


Jonathan Haidt came into prominence some five years ago with the publication of The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion. He is now recognized as one of the "top global thinkers." His 400,000+ results in Google do not match George Soros's 7+ million, but for an academic this number is enviable. Haidt is one of a number of other exponents of what is known as the "moral foundations theory," which holds that:
  1. humans have six innate moral dispositions: care/harm, fairness (equality)/cheating, liberty/oppression, in-group loyalty/betrayal, authority/subversion, and sanctity/degradation,
  2. different cultures assign different weights to these dispositions, with traditional cultures emphasizing loyalty, authority and sanctity, and modern, educated, affluent cultures emphasizing equality and liberty.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

The Metropolis Project and George Soros

by Pierre Langelier


George Soros
George Soros


In countries with a shred of self-respect, the idea of a politician or policy-maker openly colluding with the likes of George Soros, billionaire and speculator, should be grounds for immediate suspicion. Not in Canada, though.

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