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Sunday, 17 February 2019

The Filles Du Roi: How Historical Revisionists And Feminists Have Slandered My Ancestors

by Denis Thievin

French Canadian settlers in Lachine

What is fact cannot be changed

Respected historians have studied the Filles du Roi in earnest. They appear to have combed through every scrap, every log and church record, and all government archives. Taken all together, their works comprise an astounding body of data about the 800 courageous women sent to Canada by the king of France in the 17th century in an effort to boost the colony’s population.

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Trudeau Soars To New Levels Of Stupidity

by Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada

Nigerians rushing into Canada after Trudeau invited them to "enrich" Canada away from "racist Whites".

It is hard to believe that Trudeau could have done anything more foolish than in 2017 inviting failed asylum-seekers who were staying in the U.S. to come to Canada.

However, by recently extending his welcome to a Saudi female teenager who does not get along with her parents, he has potentially opened Canada’s borders even wider and may have unwittingly created another massive crisis for himself and all of Canada.

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Ethnic Europeans Are Nationalists

by Ezven Kalivoda

Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party.
Charles E. Weller

The past few years have seen those of us on the Alt-Right scrambling to find a raft to cling to as the West is swept by a flood of third-world immigrants lured north by socialists and globalists. Because they control the media, academia and most governments, this unholy alliance has managed to stifle every effort on our part to form a nucleus to grow our movement.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

The Decline And Fall Of Aryan Civilization In Northern India

by Ferdinand Bardamu
(Traduit en français)

Current Descendants of ancient Aryans in India

The Aryan Conquest of the Subcontinent

They came from the Russian steppe in search of living space; from the far north they came, in search of new pastureland to graze their cattle. In their horse-drawn chariots with spoked wheels, they traveled through Bactria and crossed over the Hindu Kush to the Panjab in northwest India. They called themselves “Arya” or Aryans, Vedic Sanskrit for “noble ones.” They were a Caucasoid people who had migrated from the proto-Indo-Iranian culture of Sintashta-Petrovka, which belongs to the Andronovo archaeological horizon of central Eurasia. Since they had evolved in the cold climate of the Russian steppe, they were white-skinned. Many of the Aryan warriors were blonds and redheads; many had blue or green eyes. This has been confirmed by geneticists who, using DNA analysis, managed to reconstruct the physical anthropology of the Kurgan people. Their analysis was based on Indo-European burial remains from the Andronovo archaeological horizon or a succeeding one in the same geographical area. All of the specimens had been dated to the middle or late Bronze Age and the Iron Age (Keyser et al., 2009). It was determined that most of the dead had genes for both light-colored eyes and hair. These people would have been closely related to the Aryans of Sintashta-Petrovka, who had begun their migratory trek across the Hindu Kush to India in the latter half of the second millennium BC.

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

The Things That Andrew Scheer Will Not Say

by Tim Murray

Are these the voters Scheer should be appealing to?

The maverick, charismatic leader of the fledgling Peoples’ Party of Canada, Maxime Bernier, surprised many of us when he recently appeared on the Rubin Report. In the wake of the interview, party members and supporters received a bulletin from Bernier where he posed an interesting question concerning his rivals. “Can you imagine (Conservative leader) Andrew Scheer, (Prime Minister) Justin Trudeau, or (NDP leader) Jagmeet Singh appearing on this show?”

Saturday, 2 February 2019

We Require An Emblem Calling For A Dialogue On The Ethnocide Of EuroCanadians

by Leaf Eriksson

My roots in this country run deep. Four hundred years deep. My ancestors founded settlements which are national historic sites. My great grandfather built the roads where I grew up, and where roads have never been seen, his fathers once ventured, through the bush and across the lakes. It’s no surprise that my affinities are for the Boreal north, and the folk living there, rather than the cosmopolitan malaise of Terroronto or Shangcouver. By the time I was born the demographic transition of our urban cores was well underway. I can only imagine what changes those of you in older generations must have witnessed as Canada turned from a European country into whatever this diverse, flaccid, liberal utopia is supposed to be.

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

It Really Is Okay To Be White!

by Charlie Chisholm

Saturday, 26 January 2019

Video Of The Week: Jordan Peterson Dismantled

by Resurrection Europa

This is a documentary exposing Jordan Peterson's agenda to subvert and destroy the rising political right wing, and neutralize European nationalism.

This video completely exposes Peterson's anti-White agenda and his strategy for implementing it. Any Peterson fans who are not beyond saving will be deprogrammed by watching this video.

Thursday, 24 January 2019

Cents And Nonsense

by Tim Murray

Legal tender in Canada in 2070: A two dollar coin celebrating bestiality.

When Canada’s new $10 bill was circulated, adorned with the image of Viola Desmond, many of us came to appreciate the importance of symbolism in the design of a country’s currency. We realized that the images on currency are not simply cosmetic, but a statement of national self-perception. It tells us a lot about the country that produced it. In the case of our new $10 bill, it told us that the political class who hijacked our nation thinks that a social justice warrior who made a fuss in a movie theatre is more historically significant than a nation builder whose leadership was instrumental in the construction of the railway that secured that very nation. No nation, no Canadian $10 bill, and no Viola Desmond on that bill (Viola who?).

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

For An Archeofuturist Renewal Of Catholicism

by Grégoire Canlorbe

The confusion goes so far that one stigmatizes with the most insulting names the great virtuoso of life (whose sovereignty of oneself constitutes the most marked contrast with the vicious and the debauchee). Even today it is thought necessary to disapprove a Caesar Borgia: that is laughable. The Church excommunicated German emperors because of their vices: as if any monk or priest could afford to discuss all that a Frederick II has the right to demand of himself. A Don Juan is sent to hell: it is naive. Has one noticed that all the interesting men are missing in Heaven?
— Friedrich Nietzsche, in Posthumous Fragments

The contemporary crisis of the Catholic Church assumes two aspects. On the one hand, there is the spiritual gynecocracy in the nets of which the Roman Church has fallen: it is symbolically testified by the putting forward of the Virgin Mary onto a level equal (if not superior) to the Father in the contemporary liturgy; and, in terms of political and economic recommendations, it is testified by the socialism, the cosmopolitanism, and the ecologism of Pope Francis. On the other hand, there is the deflection of the feeling of guilt, which no longer plays in Western society its role of regulation of economic and domestic individualism—individualism that was formerly encouraged by the Church with the twin revolutions of the Popes Gregory the Great and Gregory VII—but which drives Westerners into a slow suicide of their race and of their civilization. And this with the ideological and militant complicity of the Catholic Church.

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