‘Suppression of News and a Web of Corruption’

A U.S. news outlet has revealed the Canadian government’s suppression of news inside Canada…and the name of the ‘power behind the throne’ responsible for the SNC-Lavalin scandal, the resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould AND the government purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline project:

“At Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s behest, Karina Gould, the Minister of ‘Democratic’ Institutions” threatened Google with “sweeping regulations” if they did not suppress criticism of the ‘Liberal’ government concerning the SNC-Lavalin scandal and the Wilson-Raybould resignation. Continue reading “‘Suppression of News and a Web of Corruption’”

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‘Canada’s Forgotten Independence Day’

Our neglect of our history being what it is, March 11 won’t signify much to most Canadians. It’s March 17 that gets all the notoriety and all the boozing. But while there’s no problem with raising a glass to the patron saint of Ireland, Tuesday’s date should be a greater day of celebration in this country.”

March 11, 1848, was the day when Canada’s united colonies got responsible government. You might go so far as to call it our independence day – the day real democracy arrived. Continue reading “‘Canada’s Forgotten Independence Day’”

‘Unofficial Languages’

“Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language…and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do… Let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.”
–Genesis 11:1-7

UNESCO (U.N.) has declared this the ‘International Year of ‘Indigenous’ Languages’. In Canada, we have only 2 ‘official’ languages and current legislation seems like a backdoor attempt by the federal government to elevate aboriginal languages to a similar status; otherwise, there isn’t justification for spending on unofficial languages: Continue reading “‘Unofficial Languages’”

‘Quebec’s Secession Bluff’

From 2006:
“So, Montenegro is now a nation. The last remaining non-Serb republic in Yugoslavia flew the coop…and joined Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia . . . hang on, isn’t it Bosnia-Herzegovina? Or has Herzegovina split, too? Who knows? Slovenia’s independent…and Slovakia. Slavonia wasn’t, or not the last time I checked. But East Timor is, and Tajikistan and Uzbekistan and every other ‘Nickelandimistan’ between here and Mongolia.

“What’s the big exception to this otherwise universal phenomenon? Answer: a certain distinct society at the eastern terminus of the 401. It turns out Quebec truly is a distinct society: it has the most inept secession movement of any jurisdiction on the planet. Everywhere’s independent now. But not ‘la belle province’…

Continue reading “‘Quebec’s Secession Bluff’”

‘Training Legal Warriors To Undermine Canada’

We have repeatedly pointed out that the contemporary billion-dollar Aboriginal Industry is the creation of a Canadian legal profession that, coincidentally, happens to be the chief beneficiary of the expansion of race-based differential treatment in law. To the detriment of Canada’s future, Canadian law schools seem to be gearing up for unlimited expansion of this discrimination-based legal gravy train…

“Courts and academics are transforming the Charter of Rights and Freedoms from a roster of fundamental liberties, into a ‘social-justice’ {‘communist’} charter that justifies curbing individual freedoms instead of protecting them… Individual liberties are no longer fundamental. Everyone is not subject to the same rules. The legal ground is shifting.” Continue reading “‘Training Legal Warriors To Undermine Canada’”

‘Decolonizing Another Campus’

The structural racism that segregated aboriginals in the 1867 BNA Act continues to be practiced by Canadian institutions – and they still think that ‘It’s for their own good’. Now, aboriginal racial nationalists also agree. Why can’t students of aboriginal heritage be regarded — and treated — as unique individuals rather than as members of a racial collective?

“On March 6, 2018, Acadia University President Dr. Peter Ricketts released Acadia’s ‘decolonization’ strategy, opening new doors for ‘indigenous’ students and scholars and new opportunities for collaboration with neigbouring Mi’kmaq communities and their leaders. Continue reading “‘Decolonizing Another Campus’”

‘Government Discrimination Backfires’

The federal government’s ‘reverse discrimination’ policies inevitably satisfy no one – including those the discrimination is intended to benefit:

“A backlash is growing against a multimillion-dollar federal bid to promote {one-way} ‘reconciliation’ and economic development among ‘indigenous’ groups in Atlantic Canada and Quebec.

“A group that represents 13 Mi’kmaq ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler communities’} in Nova Scotia issued a statement Friday saying it is joining politicians in Newfoundland and Labrador to demand Ottawa reverse its recent decision to award a lucrative Arctic surf clam fishing licence to a company based in Cape Breton that claims to have ‘indigenous’ partners in all five provinces. Continue reading “‘Government Discrimination Backfires’”