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  • admin 1:59 am on February 22, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Homeless Toronto men not offered hotel rooms like illegal border crossers 

    Three men staying at a 24-hour homeless shelter in downtown Toronto told True North they were not offered hotel or motel rooms to live in like the many refugee claimants who illegally entered Canada have been provided by the City. 

    “There were [some] Nigerians. And they got hooked up with housing pretty quickly,” says a 28-year-old man from Whitby who has been in the shelter system for the last 12 months: alt-right.ca/K7971

     
  • admin 8:50 pm on February 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    TOQ Live: Ricardo Duchesne, James Edwards, Kevin MacDonald 

     
  • admin 8:28 am on January 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    100 Million Canadians 

    Canada’s major cities, and their hinterlands, are already congested and expensive. Infrastructure, such as public transit, has barely kept pace with population growth as it is. Toronto and Vancouver are now two of the most expensive places in the world to live, and property values have been grossly inflated, partly because of a huge influx of foreign money.

    Perhaps this is why the Trudeau government has just revealed another part of their vision of the New Canada: a pilot programme aims to settle immigrants in rural areas, ostensibly to fill labour shortages and skills gaps.

    Many Canadians will struggle to understand why the Liberal government neglected to encourage other Canadians to fill those needed jobs — especially when there is a history of success in doing so.

    There is, for example, a long-standing problem of seasonal unemployment in Atlantic Canada where fishing is the major industry, and workers often travel westward to Alberta to work in the oilsands in the off-season. But such inter-provincial cooperation may soon be a thing of the past.

    Canada’s young and aboriginal population are chronically underemployed, and this new immigration policy will make a bad problem even worse.

    However, I think there is a more sinister motive. The prospect of a huge influx of foreigners driving down the cost of labour and pricing Canadians out of the market is bad. The cultural and linguistic changes entailed might be even worse. But I suspect this will not bother the Liberals. The Trudeau government  thinks that a new population of immigrants will be entirely beholden to, and dependent upon, the Liberal Party. This new population will overwhelm the Conservative rural base outside major cities, and assure a loyal Liberal constituency for some time: alt-right.ca/nlykH

     
  • admin 2:18 am on January 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Ireland 2040 

    Ireland 2040″ is a 25 year Irish Government planning document which aims to import countless migrants into Ireland, largely from Africa.

     
  • admin 5:27 pm on January 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    On Yellow Vests and Monsters 

    Commenting on the political aspects of Shelley’s life and poetry, Virginia Woolf asserted in 1927 that the poet’s England “has already receded, and his fight, valiant though it is, seems to be with monsters who are a little out of date, and therefore slightly ridiculous.” Woolf was referring to Shelley’s nineteenth-century opposition to a system in which journalists were imprisoned for being disrespectful to the Prince Regent, men were stood in stocks for publishing attacks upon the Scriptures, weavers were executed upon the suspicion of treason, and boys (Shelley included) were expelled from Oxford for avowing their atheism. Dramatic in its own time and context, by the decadent mid-1920s such activism had indeed become a little anachronistic on paper, even if I disagree with Woolf that it had become slightly ridiculous. The exertion of political power, after all, is a monster that may change costume and migrate in certain seasons, but is also a fixed reality of human relations and therefore no more ridiculous, in any guise or era, than the people it rests upon.

    The profundity of Woolf’s comment, for me, therefore lies less in its discussion of Shelley’s poetry than in its exposure of Woolf’s own interwar sense of political security. It is this sense of political security that today seems the more out of date, and therefore slightly ridiculous, especially as we live in an age where the monsters of the past, present, and putative future, are perpetually invoked in all areas of life. Today, people are imprisoned for being disrespectful to certain races, men are stood in the postmodern equivalent of stocks for attacking certain ideologies, workers are today arrested more often for patriotism than treason, and children are threatened with expulsion for the new sin of ‘racism:’
    alt-right.ca/TqvKt

     
  • admin 5:19 am on January 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Barbara Kay: Don’t ever question mass immigration or you’ll be instantly racist 

    Grubel notes that the average income taxes paid by immigrants since 1986 have been about one-half of those paid by non-immigrant Canadians. Yet immigrants absorb the same value of government services (not more, as some people would have you believe), so the difference between what immigrants pay in and take out amounts to not less than $5,000 a year per person, he calculates. Do the collective math and Grubel estimates that it comes to an annual $30 billion payout.

     
  • admin 10:37 pm on January 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    It happened again 

     
  • admin 8:33 pm on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    The Week In Holocaust 

    In the 1990s white people were so smart that they watched Wil Smith on TV and sent their kids to school with Asians, South Asians, and Arabs to give educators a chance to unracist them by Holocaust.

    Many of the same educators were sending their own kids to the whitest schools.

    And now there’s more:

    https://bit.ly/2FvTWvu

    Holographic Jews will continue the legacy of going on and on about the Holocaust as the population is replaced by the 3rd World, for years to come.

    Holocaust studies was important in creating the idea that the Nazis gassed 10 million in downtown Germany and all the German school kids knew it was happening and did nothing from preventing them from gassing more.

    When Stalin killed more in peace time, educators were successful in creating the idea that the Germans systematically gassed 9 million people to death and that that happened within the borders of Germany proper.

    A quick look on Youtube found this video of an amateur historian visiting the Dachau concentration camp…

    It’s an important video because he’s retracing the footsteps of the zero Jews who were marched to the gas chambers at Dachau before zero of their bodies were cremated: The cremation taking place after a grand total of zero of them were gassed to death with Zyklon-B.

    After girls were disgusted with brown skin in elementary school and everyone forgot that that happened, exaggerating and making stuff up about Nazis was important in how educators worked with Hollywood to extend childhood developmental psychology.

    Jews and Turks have a problem becoming #POC allies with each other in their own homelands. So do blacks and Arabs. But they can do so easily over here after Spielberg and the school boards killed this boy…

    1980s…

    1993:

     
  • admin 12:35 pm on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Critical Reflections on Canadian Multiculturalism 

     
  • admin 2:44 pm on January 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Bernier Must Rally For The Right Cause 

    But as if that wasn’t enough, Mad Max said another thing that made me want to get off my seat, holler for joy and rush off to the bank to buy a money gram for his campaign. Bernier said — are you ready for this — that if he formed the government, he would reduce Canada’s annual stratospheric immigration intake by 20%! Did you hear that? Twenty percent. Wow. Just imagine the enormous impact that would have on the housing crisis, homelessness, unemployment, urban sprawl, farmland loss, water shortages, the cost of living… I can’t even begin to comprehend it. And instead of having the highest per capita immigration intake in the world, tied with Australia, we would slip all the way down to number two:
    alt-right.ca/PwPB7

     
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