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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Cultural Marxism = Everything That Is Wrong With The West

by Peter Goodchild


The moral and intellectual fabric of Western society has been disintegrating for some time. To a large extent the destruction can be blamed on a form of Marxism, socialism, left-wing thinking, "underdog" mentality, which has encouraged the nanny state, with people living in perpetual imbecility and irresponsibility. In the middle of the last century, Marxism never had much luck in intellectual contests among Westerners, so it had to burrow underground, eroding the foundations of modern society and leaving people in a state of perpetual self-doubt and abnegation. This is what is called "cultural Marxism." Not much of the reality of cultural Marxism is clearly evident: most of it is experienced as a mere premonition, like that of a coming change in the weather, and its existence can easily be denied.

Friday, 21 July 2017

I Am A Canadian And This Is My Story

by Tim Murray

CBC's 'What's Your Story'
CBC's 'What's Your Story'

In the run-up to "Canada" Day you may have come across a series of short video vignettes submitted by "Canadians" to the CBC, which had encouraged them to "tell your story." And so they did, in droves.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Newspeak: "Employment Equity" In The Canadian Civil Service

by Joseph Morgan, Former Government Employee

Brochure diversity

The language of 'Employment Equity' (EE), the Canadian equivalent of Affirmative Action, but meant for federal civil servants, is suffused with Orwellian words intended to make White Canadians feel that their replacement is a wonderful undertaking in which everyone gains and no one loses. To make matters worse, the "studies" underpinning the pursuit of employment equity are nothing more than a maze of suppositions, faulty data, and wilful deceptions. But, hey, they are a cash cow for diversity bureaucrats.

Monday, 17 July 2017

Omar Khadr And The Liberal War On English Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party

Omar Khadr

A recent payout of $10.5 million dollars to convicted terrorist Omar Khadr represents a watershed moment in the history of political correctness in Canada. As endorsed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Mr. Khadr has hit the jackpot and can now settle into a life of luxury upon Canadian soil. Not bad for a terrorist convicted of murder.

Saturday, 15 July 2017

Canada Day Is Now A Day To Inflict White Guilt

by Thomas Jones

White guilt

July 1st of this year marked the 150th anniversary of the Canadian confederation as everyone is well aware at this point. The public and private spheres both put a great deal of time promoting this special occasion although quite frankly I felt rather underwhelmed by it all. It should have been something to instill great feelings of patriotism and celebration, but given all that has happened to Canada in the last 50 years, not to mention the current 'we are the world' style multicult propaganda being pushed, I must say I was not feeling like celebrating. Evidently I was not the only one, but others had far different reasons.

Wednesday, 12 July 2017


by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche

Haitians in Montreal
Haitians celebrating their occupation of Montreal

It must be said and repeated: immigration is the single most important issue we are currently dealing with. The rest is trivial and should be considered as a waste of time.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

The Economic Argument Against Mass Immigration To Canada

by Ricardo Duchesne

Heavy traffic in California
Super Immigrant California: Model of Development for Canada?

Not long ago a nation was said to be experiencing economic prosperity when per capita income was rising together with increases in population. This was the "Western" conception of economic well being. But as our Western elites became obsessed with the promotion of race mixing through immigration, economists have come to downplay the importance of per capita income growth while singularly identifying prosperity with increases in population size and in the gross domestic product.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

The Sacrificial Crisis

by Pierre Langelier, contributing to Ocean Drive

Rene Girard
René Girard

Aaron shall lay both his hands upon the head of the live goat and confess over it all the iniquities and transgressions of the Israelites, whatever their sins, putting them on the head of the goat; and it shall be sent off to the wilderness through a designated man.
Thus the goat shall carry on it all their iniquities to an inaccessible region; and the goat shall be set free in the wilderness [Leviticus 16:21-22].
The West's attempt to explain the existential malaise in which it is currently mired involves, invariably, circular discussions concerning causality or the cyclical nature of History. Inevitable comparisons between the current state of our civilization and Weimar Germany or the Late Roman Empire, however appealing they may be, confine our explanations within the narrow boundaries of endlessly rehashed historical tropes. Worse yet is the borrowing of terminology from unrelated disciplines in order to illustrate our current predicament. Parallels to the "entropy of systems" or viewing empires, as they rise and fall, as somehow obeying Newtonian laws, are not just post hoc fallacies; such explanations also imply an element of predestination that necessarily precludes any possible resolution.

Monday, 3 July 2017

Why The West Can't Unite Against Terrorism

by Richard Storey, Master of Laws contributing to Ocean Drive

Identity crisis of modern man

I've noted two basic responses to terror attacks from my fellow Englishmen. I imagine these pitiable reactions must be the same across Europe but the matter has been more pronounced for me in light of the two recent terror attacks on what is still called English soil — the '2017 Manchester Arena Bombing' and the latest London Bridge attack. The two reactions are:
  1. Deluded patriotism
  2. New Age prayer
I want to convince you that both these impotent attempts at social unity are symptoms of a spiritual sickness which we can readily cure.

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Celebrating Canada Day On CBC: Jim's Story

by Tim Murray

CBC News: "Canada is an abusive partner — Why one Indigenous woman won't be celebrating Canada 150"

Introduction: To mark Canada's 150th year as a nation, our taxpayer funded state broadcaster, the CBC, invited Canadians to "tell their story." Stories which would provide material for their Heritage Moment videos.

Well, this is one man's story. Almost every man's story. But unfortunately it is not the kind of story that the CBC wants to include in its "inclusive" portrait of what it means to be a Canadian.

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