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Monday, 20 February 2017

Trudeau's Cultural Crackdown On Anglo-Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party


Justin Trudeau, destroyer of Anglo-Canada


With the election of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada is presently a nation undergoing unprecedented social transformation. From a cultural perspective, this transformation comes in a subtle but effective form. The end result may well be something unimaginable even one generation ago.

Friday, 17 February 2017

Iqra Khalid's Threat to Canadian Freedom of Speech

by Gerry T. Neal

Iqra Khalid
Iqra Khalid, the MP behind the anti-"Islamophobia" motion


Antonia Blumberg, the Associate Religion Editor for the progressive liberal disinformation site that some consider to be the online equivalent of a newspaper, the Huffington Post, has come to the defence of the anti-"Islamophobia" motion that Iqra Khalid, the Liberal MP representing Mississauga-Erin Mills has introduced into the Canadian Parliament. In doing so she has lived down to the stereotype, popular here in the Dominion of Canada, of the Yankee who spouts off about things of which she knows nothing.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Navigating Progressive Cant

by Tim Murray

Kathleen Wynne veiled in mosque
Premier Kathleen Wynne, feminist and gay rights activist, forced to sit like a third class citizen in the corner of a mosque in Toronto, while the men prayed.

We are not different. We are the same. We are all Canadians
— says Kathleen Wynne everyday.
We are a nation of diverse people, and diversity is our strength
— says Justin Trudeau everyday.


Hmm. We are diverse but we are the same. But if we are the same, then we are not diverse. And if we are not diverse, we are not strong. So if we are the same, we must be all weak because we are not different. But if we are not different then we can't be all Canadians because Canada is a nation of diverse people who underneath it all happen to be the same. Or is that we are the same people who are always diverse? That's what makes us strong, or weak, as the case may be. We are diverse in the same way as everybody else which makes our nation so unique. And strong — despite our differences — which are non-existent because we are the same.

Sunday, 12 February 2017

In Dangerous Times, We Need the Rule of Men, Not the Rule of Law

by Jean Drapeau, Liberty Institute of Canada


Strong Man


We are told time and time again that civil societies observe the rule of law, not the rule of men. However, what happens when the law becomes so disconnected from the citizenry that its application can no longer serve the common good? What happens when politically appointed judges and bureaucrats fall out of sync with the voters?

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 10: Immigration Act of 1976, Human Rights Act of 1977, Charter of Rights of 1982

by Ricardo Duchesne
Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII |
Part IX | Part X | Part XI | Part XII | Part XIII | Part XIV | Part XV | Part XVI


Vietnamese refugees, 1979: Canada took 60,000 "boat people" in 18 months


Canadian multiculturalism for Pierre Trudeau was about remaking Canada into the first "polyethnic" federal state in human history. Only a Canada without an official culture could be consistently liberal, he argued, for only such a Canada would have ended the domination of one cultural group over the nation's identity. A Canada without a collective culture would be truly liberal in allowing citizens the individual right to choose their own culture. But why would it have been illiberal for Canada to affirm its actual bicultural heritage since the overwhelming majority of its citizens in 1971 were Anglo-Quebecois, and all the institutions and values came from this majority?

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Canada's 150th: Birthday or Funeral?

by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche


150th anniversary of Canada


Two weeks ago, the world's attention was turned towards Washington and New York with Trump's Inauguration Day and the many politically correct demonstrations and near riots surrounding the event. Women clamoring for abortion rights and unions arguing for more outsourcing managed to seize the cameras' attention for the rest of the week, not surprisingly as some of them were dressed as giant vaginas.

Saturday, 4 February 2017

The Silent Majority — Interview with "Canadians for Donald Trump"

by Dorin Alexandru, English Literature student contributing to Ocean Drive


Trump & Trudeau
Who's the sucker here?




With over 7,000 followers and a recent interview on VICE, Canadians for Donald Trump have loyally stood by President Donald Trump's side since the beginning of his journey to the White House. Here at CEC our support for Mr. Trump is no secret. Election night was a long one for all of us, and with a peak interest in American politics, Canadians should ask themselves how we ought to move forward from here. And so, on the heels of victory, we sit down with Canadians for Donald Trump's spokesman Daniel Erikson to ask what lessons Canadian voters can learn from our American neighbors.

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Justin Trudeau's Two Best Friends: Aga Khan and Ahmed Hussen

by Thomas Jones

Aga Kahn
Aga Kahn, or "The Magnificent Aga Kahn" as he self-identifies, or "His Highness" as Muslims call him, is now close liaison and financial secret supporter of Justin's mass immigration agenda


Recently at a town hall meeting in Calgary, our fearless leader, Mr. Current Year himself, was booed and met with hostile questions from the audience. Now granted this was in Calgary a city located in a province frequently condemned by the liberal elite in other provinces for supposedly being "far-right" and is often ridiculed for being filled with stupid, uneducated rednecks. Gosh I mean they are like Americans! Like oh my gaaawwd! However, Trudeau has been facing criticism from Canadians in general and even sympathetic sections more specifically.

Sunday, 29 January 2017

Swinging Both Ways: In Justine's Post-National State the Options Are Endless

by Tim Murray
Gender Construct Penis

After having read a quote by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the effect that Islam's values are Canada's values, I thought I had met my quota of absurdity for the week. Then this came along.

Thursday, 26 January 2017

Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 9: "An Experiment of Major Proportions"

by Ricardo Duchesne
Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII |
Part IX | Part X | Part XI | Part XII | Part XIII | Part XIV | Part XV | Part XVI


Canadian Multiculturalism Day


What Did Trudeau Mean by Multicultural?


Whenever Canadians, from politicians to academics, are asked what makes their nation unique, they invariably answer "Canada's multiculturalism and diversity." Don't they know that Canada is now a dime a dozen, that almost all Western nations today identify themselves as uniquely multicultural? But it cannot be denied that Canada produced the first Western leader, Pierre Trudeau, who envisioned a constitutional framework, however vague, for the integration of multiple cultures within one nation-state.

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