‘The ‘Indigenization’ of British Columbia Law’

Canadian governments are busy establishing a legal framework where Canadian law becomes subservient to the United Nations ‘ Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’, regardless of the wishes of the Canadian people. British Columbia – along with the federal government — are foolishly leading the way in this undermining of Canadian democracy:

“Overlooked during the NDP’s end-of-session rush to expedite its legislative agenda was a small bill with far-reaching implications. ‘Bill 29’ ran a mere three pages, including cover and explanatory notes.

“It constituted one of the first substantive moves by the government to amend provincial laws to incorporate the ‘principles’ of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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‘Race Rights Added To Citizenship Oath’

We stand strongly opposed to any ‘rights’ based on race or ethnicity:

I swear (or affirm) that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Canada, Her Heirs and Successors, and that I will faithfully observe the laws of Canada, including the Constitution, which recognizes and affirms the Aboriginal and treaty rights of ‘First Nations’, Inuit and Métis Peoples, and fulfill my duties as a Canadian citizen.”

New Canadians are now swearing a revised oath of citizenship that recognizes ‘Indigenous’ {sic, Canadian Aboriginals are ‘Indigenous’ to Mongolia and Siberia} ‘rights’…

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‘Canada Is NOT A Bilingual Country: Suppressing English Again In Quebec’

Canada is NOT a bilingual country.

Quebec language Bigots are suppressing English again, with the support of the federal ‘Liberal’ Party government…and the ‘Conservative’ Party Opposition:

As Quebec’s contentious language law heads closer to adoption, the province’s business community is growing increasingly anxious about what it could mean for their bottom line, with some companies considering leaving entirely.

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‘Erasing Canada’s Past: Changing British Columbia’s Name’

“The ‘Village of Pemberton’ recently voted to change the name of British Columbia. They have no idea to what, only that it should change. Pemberton councillors also put forward a motion at the ‘Lower Mainland Local Government Association’s annual general meeting. They want the province’s name sent down some Orwellian memory hole.”

“A few years back when writing up my latest book, “The Victim Cult” (warning—author promotion here), I almost titled a chapter on history’s lessons “All our ancestors were bastards”.

“I opted for a milder title which makes the same point:

“Everyone’s (ancestor was) a victim”. 

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‘Canada’s Unaccountable Political Elite’

Other countries have public intellectuals; Canada has Supreme Court judges. It is well-known that no decision of public importance is final unless the Nine have given their opinion. But even off the bench, they occupy an outsized place in the “national conversation”. They are the subject of excruciating puff pieces in newspapers; their extra-judicial utterances are reported as oracular wisdom.

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‘Canadian Gov’t Teaching Anti-‘White’ Racism’

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The Canadian government is training employees to be racist against ‘white’ people. This retrograde poison – in an Orwellian fashion typical of an authoritarian government – is being falsely labelled as ‘anti-racism’ training…
P.S. The course’s first ‘Resources’ link is blacklivesmatter.com…

“New documents surfacing regarding the Canadian federal government’s ‘anti-racism’ training reveal that their definition of racism is not only overly broad, it appears to have a distinctly political {racist!} tint to it. 

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‘Bilingualism Is Bad Politics’

“…The ‘de facto’ rule that any person seeking the leadership of a Canadian political party — and thus the prime ministership — must be fluent in English and French is proving a particularly visible glass ceiling… Some rare but useful public pushback on the role of bilingualism in Canadian politics has been the result. 

“The conservative publisher Ken Whyte wrote a masterful and much-shared essay in the ‘Globe and Mail’ {See below}…coolly debunking the conventional wisdom that speaking French provides an invaluable electoral edge to any would-be prime minister. What actually matters, Whyte noted, is whether the candidate is from Quebec.  Continue reading “‘Bilingualism Is Bad Politics’”

‘Time To Ditch The Guilt’

For all Canadians who are carrying around guilt about what their ancestors — and not themselves personally — did to the Aboriginal peoples, please read this and then just let the guilt wash away: 

“It was not a contest between Indian cultures and European civilization, but rather one between Indian cultures and all the civilizations of the Old World taken together. Because the peoples of Europe, Asia and Africa had been in contact with each other for millennia, European civilization had incorporated within itself the advances of other civilizations past and present, including Babylonian astronomy, Jewish monotheism, Greek philosophy, Roman law, Indian mathematics (the decimal system), and Chinese technology (printing, gunpowder, the compass).  Continue reading “‘Time To Ditch The Guilt’”

‘An Issue of Freedom of Speech’

“At any given moment there is a sort of self-prevailing orthodoxy, a tacit agreement not to discuss some large and uncomfortable fact.”
– George Orwell

“The Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal establishments, for their own sometimes-selfish purposes — contrary to one of the most fundamental values of democracy: free and open debate on important public issues — have in effect declared a ban on free speech around this profound human rights issue…

“A consideration of what pre-contact Aboriginal culture was really like is rarely engaged in. Aboriginal spokespersons stay on the general, merely declaratory level in this regard because to descend into the realm of facts and particulars — and to seriously consider them — makes one realize immediately how shallow, dogmatic, constricted, and almost dishonest so much of the current discourse is on this topic.  Continue reading “‘An Issue of Freedom of Speech’”