Tag Archives: Immigration

Malala: Poster Child of Globalism

Originally posted at the Council of Eurocanadians   Pakistani Malala receives standing ovation after demanding that Canada accept 66 million refugees “in a historic address to Parliament” on April 11 Recently the House of Commons was ‘graced’ with the presence … Continue reading

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Rotten Daffodils

Also published at Identity Forum     There is a tendency among the Welsh to show great pride in the deeds of past ancestors who fought against English conquest; of men who wanted to force the English back, the championing … Continue reading

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Justin Trudeau’s Two Best Friends: Aga Khan and Ahmed Hussen

Also published at the Council of European Canadians Aga Kahn, or “The Magnificent Aga Kahn” as he self-identifies, or “His Highness” as Ismaili Muslims call him, is now close liaison and financial secret supporter of Justin’s mass immigration agenda Recently … Continue reading

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End of the Year

2016 is coming to an end and soon 2017 will be upon us. And what a year 2016 has been! 2014 and 2015 seemed like exceptionally long years whereas 2016 was far too short, but I suppose that is to … Continue reading

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London Calling

In the recent EU referendum that the UK held 59% of London’s population voted to remain in EU during recent referendum. Some including London’s mayor Sadiq Khan called for London to separate from UK and become its own city-state. Though … Continue reading

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Whither Canada

Also published at Identity Forum “There’s no avoiding the looming presence of U.S. culture on Canada, but our differences are substantive, concrete and homegrown. Our universal health care. Our social welfare system and collective sensibilities concerning the role of government, … Continue reading

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Mr. Current Year on Immigration

Also published at The Right Stuff   Recently Canada’s Prime Minister Justin “It’s the Current Year!” Trudeau met with Londonistan’s mayor Sadiq Khan (who calls Trudeau an inspiration). The hot topic of immigration came up and Trudeau decided to impart … Continue reading

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Burqa Clad Cops

Recently, the West Midlands police force in England stated that they are open to having burqa clad women join up, Chief Constable David Thompson said he would look into employing officers who wear the burka if the issue arose, as … Continue reading

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Libertarianism is for Losers

Or at least it is now. Like many on the dissident/alternative/new right I used to be a libertarian. Libertarianism seemed logical and rational and there was seemingly no shortage of libertarian writers who were willing to speak politically incorrect truths … Continue reading

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Fr. Hidalgo White Liberal Par Excellence

Also published at The Right Stuff On the 16th of September in 1810 a Catholic priest named Miguel Hidalgo gave his famous ‘cry of Dolores’ calling on the inhabitants of the small town of Dolores and New Spain as a … Continue reading

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