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Tuesday, 22 October 2019

The Absolute State of Canada’s Immigration Debate: Faith Goldy Interviews Ricardo Duchesne

by The Editors


Sunday, 20 October 2019

The Culture of Critique: Some Notes and Quotes




The following is an interpretation of the third volume of Kevin MacDonald’s Culture of Critique trilogy, which comprises three volumes:
  • A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy, with Diaspora Peoples
  • Separation and Its Discontents: Towards an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism
  • The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements

Thursday, 17 October 2019

Are Media BURYING The Fact That Anglophone-Canadians Are Headed for Minority Status?

Brad Salzberg


Grade 12 boys, 1945, High School of Montreal, an English-language high school founded in 1843

Let’s think this one over a bit – it is irrefutable that at some point in the future, perhaps 3-4 decades from now, Anglophone Canadians will transition to a minority community in Canada.

Irrelevant? A benign development? How can anyone–even establishment media–deny the relevance of a social development of this magnitude?

Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Barbarians At The Gate: Free Speech Under Assault At UBC From Fascist “Anti-Fascists”

by Dan Murray




You don’t fully comprehend the enormity and critical importance of the immigration issue in Canada until you have walked through an “Antifa” gauntlet, felt their shoving, heard their deafening and robotic chants and smelled the human feces they have left behind. If you don’t believe me, just ask the almost one hundred law-abiding, peaceful people who paid for a ticket to listen to a presentation at UBC on Wednesday evening, October 9. The talk was given by former UNB professor Ricardo Duchesne and Mount Royal University Professor Mark Hecht. In case you didn’t know, “Antifa” is short for “anti-fascists”, which is what these hooligans fancy themselves as. It has to be the most inaccurate name of the century.

Saturday, 12 October 2019

The Great Replacement in 30 Seconds

by Tim Murray
(Traduit en français)

‘We live in a globalized world,’ House most ethnically diverse in Canadian history, but still has long way to go: research


In a 30 second commercial that has been filling TV screens for a week now, Elections Canada encourages Canadians to register and vote on October 21st because, in their words, "It's Our Vote". But if you look at the faces of the half dozen people featured in this ad, you might get the impression that it is not "our" vote—the vote of "old stock" Canadians—but "their” vote, the vote of the million migrants who pass through our gates or walk across our borders each and every year courtesy of an immigration and refugee policy constructed in defiance of public opinion. As far as I can determine, at least four of the actors in this cute story are "people of colour" (POP), and three of them New Canadians, including the one or two year old product of a biracial marriage.

Wednesday, 9 October 2019

UBC SFE Interviews: Mark Hecht & Dr. Ricardo Duchesne

by The Editors 



Monday, 7 October 2019

Where The PPC Is Wrong

David Grant



The peoples party of Canada has a new thesis of what Canada was and should be. Maxime Bernier recently released a new ad on his twitter page. The ad tears into the Multiculturalism Act but it also does something else, it tries to explain a Canadian Identity.

Friday, 4 October 2019

What is Radical Traditionalist Conservatism?




Mainstream “conservatives” are almost indistinguishable from liberals. Many Christian religionists view themselves as genuine conservatives, but apart from medieval superstition and an emphasis on “traditional values” – an utterly meaningless phrase in the feminist matriarchal wasteland of post-Western society – they’re really just SJWs, of the pro-life variety.

Wednesday, 2 October 2019

What They’re Teaching Your Kids: A Euro Canadian Student Takes Anthropology 100

Tyler Durden




It’s probably fair to say that most people, both parents and kids, aren’t fully aware of what sending their young one off to college will entail. The worries are many: financial cost, transition to a new environment and sometimes even a new city, academic success – and of course the obvious risks of sending an 18 year old into an atmosphere of keggers, stoners, and frat boys with a propensity to jump off multi story buildings upon reaching their desired blood alcohol content. In a decent society, political indoctrination should not be on this list of worries.

Monday, 30 September 2019

Duchesne and Hecht To Discuss Downside Of Diversity At UBC October 9

by The Editors



For the first time in the history of Canadian universities, two academics, Ricardo Duchesne and Mark Hecht, will discuss the negative impact of diversity upon Canada. Don't miss this event. This may well be the last time an alternative viewpoint will be allowed on the mandated diversification of Canada and Western nations.
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