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Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Google Manipulating Search Engine Results To Get Justin Trudeau Re-Elected

by Dan MurrayImmigration Watch Canada

Research Psychologist Robert Epstein (ironically, a supporter of Hilary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election) has concluded that Google manipulated its Search Engine to favor the Democratic Party in the 2016 Election and that it continues to manipulate Google Search Engine results by providing Google users with results that favor one political ideology over another. He has developed a technique called SEME (Search Engine Manipulation Effect) to determine bias.

Sunday, 21 July 2019

The Secret of the Family Farm

by Frank Hilliard

Most city dwellers think farmers are farmers because they like farming. And while it’s true they are close to nature, and do enjoy some of it, that’s not why they endure long hours, personal hardship and back-breaking work.

Friday, 19 July 2019

The City Is A Trap

by Frank Hilliard

People living in high rise condominiums are like monkeys living in the forest canopy; everything is fine until one day the bulldozers come along and it isn’t fine. The monkeys, it turns out, have no idea how precarious their perches are in trees that can be cut down.

Tuesday, 16 July 2019

The Immense Revolution Of The Presocratics

by Ricardo Duchesne

Oil painting of Heraclitus by Etienne Parrocel (1696 - 1775)

To understand why Europeans were the progenitors of the highest accomplishments in history, close to 100 percent of the great ideas in philosophy, science, anthropology, sociology, economics, geography, geology, astronomy, mathematics, architecture, technology, dance and music, you must understand the Presocratic self-conscious separation of the knowing 'I' from the 'not-I'. The Presocratics were the first humans to discover that they have a mind that is the seat of thinking and thus of knowledge, the only agency in the whole realm of nature able to separate itself from everything that is not its own, as well as making itself "a possible object of thought to itself," as Aristotle would put it in a clear-cut manner later on. [On the Soul, Bk. III: Ch. 4, 429b]. The Presocratics were the first men to detach their ego consciousness from the surrounding natural world, establishing their thinking 'I' as the cognitive center, the decision maker as to what makes truthful statements possible, in contradistinction to traditions handed down without reflection, the voices of gods and demons.

Saturday, 13 July 2019

Christianity And The Modern West

by Peter Goodchild

Christianity does not just provide an object of worship; it also provides a cosmology (a design of time and space), a moral code (including fundamental reasons or motives for human behavior), and — closely related to the moral code — an eschatological design, a picture of where humans are going, both as individuals and as a species. Christian doctrine, in fact, claims to have all the answers to all the big questions, while modern science can offer only tentative answers to some relatively small questions. It is the immense scope of Christian thought that is critical. Christian doctrine was solidified many centuries ago, and the various waves of reform and “heresy” have never really displaced the set of beliefs established by about the fifth century. Nevertheless, what is not often realized is that even if they are fence-straddlers or non-Christians, most Westerners are born into the Christian worldview to the same extent that a fish is born in water.

Thursday, 11 July 2019

Chernobyl Is The Model For The Future

by Ezven Kalivoda

The nuclear plant disaster at Chernobyl in Ukraine resulted in the evacuation of more than 100,000 people from a 1,000 sq mile exclusion zone due to high levels of radiation. Besides those affected by acute radiation poisoning in sealing the plant, an estimated 9,000 to 16,000 people in Europe will suffer shortened life-spans. So, a bad thing, no?

Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Globalist Mind Of Macron And Trudeau

by Charlie Chisholm

Saturday, 6 July 2019

The Uniqueness Of Western Civilization By Ricardo Duchesne

by Ikram Hawramani

There are times when you read a book that completely change your understanding of the world, answering questions you have had for most of your life, and even better, answering questions you did not know you had. This is such a book. Duchesne unites economic analysis, anthropology, history and philosophy in order to make a compelling argument for why Western civilization is truly unique and unlike any other civilization.

Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Make British Universities Great Again? Not If The 'Decolonisers' Have Their Way

by Winston C. Banks

"Highly Gifted" Africans Demanding "Decolonization" of Curriculum.

I write critically as a former salaried academic and under a pseudonym, since I still teach occasionally and depend on some universities for collegiality and a trickle of income in retirement. After a distance of a few years, however, I can reflect on the state of British universities based on visiting many universities and knowing many academics. I retain respect for some academic colleagues but this is declining. My criticisms of higher education in the UK focus on longstanding problems, on the unwise expansion of universities, on grade inflation and dumbing down, on the undeniable turn to leftist dominance and expulsion of politically incorrect staff, and the semi-cryptic, destructive ‘decolonising’ movement.

Monday, 1 July 2019

Canada Day — A Celebration Of Rootless Cosmopolitanism And The Destruction Of Our Heritage

by Tim Murray

It is a scene duplicated across Canada. The weather is sunny and hot, and the expansive field is dense with people clapping, cheering and singing to the performers on stage. Giant speakers broadcast music at ear-splitting decibels. The music originally emanated from other continents and other nations: Reggae, rap, Andean, rock and roll — you name it.

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