Monthly Archives: November 2011

Notorious “Section 13” may soon be gone

Congratulations to MP Brian Storseth, whose ‘private members bill’ C-304 will soon likely be passed into law.

I am delighted at the progress being made to put an end to this vile piece of anti-democratic legislation; too bad so few people cared until Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn were charged.

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Toronto: Depressing evidence of Black inability and failure

“The secondary school would allow students to continue learning in a supportive environment that celebrates and teaches their heritage…”

“Trustee Maria Rodrigues caused some controversy when she said she considered voting against an Africentric high school, an act of discrimination.”

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Canadian Immigration Policy Reform moves forward

I received an e-mail communication from the Canadian Immigration Policy Reform (CIPR) organization today.

It outlines their plans to mobilize Canadians against government immigration policy, which allows in far too many unqualified immigrants through ‘family re-unification’ programmes, and allows immigration by those whose cultures and background render assimilation unlikely. (My words).

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China selling ‘counterfeit’ spare parts to the Canadian Forces?

“I believe that strategically the United States and Canada and Europe have made a terrible mistake in allowing their manufacturing to be consumed by China, specifically because it’s a country that’s preparing for war with us and does not share our core values”  – China critic and University of California lecturer Greg Autry.

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Israel’s “Samson Option”

“We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.” – Attributed to Martin van Creveld, a professor of military history at Israel’s Hebrew University (2003).

See Wikipedia entry here.

See the Wikipedia review of the book “The Samson Option” by Seymour Hersh here.