Category: Canadian Politics
Posted by Robert Reis on Friday, March 7, 2008 at 12:06 AM
This article is not by me. I hope it is of interest to all.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
March 4, 2008
By Brian Simpson (pseudonym)
I’ve been a supply teacher for 20 years in every subject area, K-12, in over 200 schools and in over 1000 classrooms in a large Canadian city. I can report that the education system has been taken over by feminists and lesbians who preach a daily diet of hate, violence and discrimination against males despite pretenses of “tolerance” “non violence” and “inclusiveness.”
It’s moderately common to find girls wearing anti-male, hate clothing. Slogans on T-Shirts include: “Stupid Factory: Where Boys are Made;” “BOYS ARE STUPID, THROW ROCKS AT THEM!” and (prefixed by the profile view of a handgun) “He had it comin’”
Others include “WHO NEEDS BOYS WHEN YOU HAVE CREDIT CARDS?” and “I LIKE BOYS WHO ARE SENSITIVE AND CRY, WHEN I HIT THEM;” and “MENtal Anxiety MENtal Breakdown MENstrual Cramps MENopause Did you ever notice how all our problems begin with MEN.”
Can you imagine if these comments were addressed at girls?
Posted by Guessedworker on Monday, October 1, 2007 at 07:25 AM
I would be interested to know what our Canadian regulars make of Connie Fogal’s civil libertarian, anti-globalist Canadian Action Party. I’ve just been perusing their website, which is very impressive ... not least for its journalism.
Here’s the front end of a two-part feature article titled: The Metamorphosis and Sabotage of Canada by Our Own Government. It is informed and detailed journalism of a calibre we do not see nearly often enough.
Of course, the Party is condemned to a narrow platform because it is operating within the existing liberal political milieu, so whether the radicalism can be summoned to really change things remains to be seen.Part One: The North American Union
The North American continent is being transformed from three sovereign nations Canada, USA, Mexico) into one regional corporate power base, the North American Union. Unlike the creation of the European Union, there is no public political/ academic discourse on the merits, or pros and cons of a North American Union building up to a vote within each nation as to the wish of the people to join such a union. Instead the union is being created by stealth, is already well on its way to fruition, and is being imposed on us by our own elected representatives and government with no opposition.
The driving force is corporate. The Chief Executive Officers of the most powerful corporations operating in the three countries want this union and have been working for some time devising their strategies and goals. Their facilitators are first, unelected officials and bureaucrats who move easily between corporations and government; second, former elected officials like John Manley , former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada; third, the heads of the three nations, Martin, Bush, and Fox; and finally, the governments and the rest of the elected members who apparently just rubber stamp what is put in front of them by the unelected officials- few questions, if any asked.
The ultimate enforcement mechanism for the North American Union is a police state.
The tools for the police state are “anti-terrorist” laws which, in themselves, are a ruse to strip the citizens of civil liberties in order to prevent dissent against the police state.
The Orwellian justification is “security”, “safety”.
Posted by Matra on Wednesday, August 8, 2007 at 02:58 PM
Mexicans are now upset at Canada for its allegedly rough and racist treatment of Mexican arrivals.
But this cannot be right. According to Canadian conservatives (ie. USA fifth columnists), National Review, and Mark Steyn, Canuckistan is a wimpy, PC, Euro/UN- loving, liberal country unlike the patriotic, virile, and tough USA - “the West’s last hope”. I’m so confused!
Posted by Guessedworker on Sunday, February 18, 2007 at 05:38 PM
The gloriously incorrect municipal stance of Herouxville in Quebec has been widely applauded on the radical right. We have paid it too little attention. Here, then, is a bulletin - admittedly over a week old - from immigrationwatchcanada.org which touches on all the key aspects of the case.
The tumultuous entry (now broadcast around the world) of Herouxville, Quebec into Canada’s immigration debate demonstrates the great divide that exists in Canada on the immigration issue.
On one side are the majority of Canadians who instictively feel something is wrong with Canada’s mass immigration policy (currently about 250,000 per year, the highest per capita in the world). On the other side are Canada’s mass immigration industry and its supporters (often described as a fifth column) who tell Canadians that mass immigration is wonderful.
The national and international uproar that Herouxville has caused is wildly out of proportion to its size. The town has a population of 1300 and is located in rural Quebec, about 150 km. northeast of Montreal. Most Canadian towns and cities of all sizes have passively accepted the historically high immigration levels that Canada’s federal government set for the country in 1990, but which it has never justified. In doing so, Herouxville is literally like David taking on Goliath.
In fact, the little town’s virtual “Declaration of the Rights of Canadians”, which bravely contradicts official multicultural policies, sounds almost like a call to revolution.
Posted by Matra on Friday, October 6, 2006 at 03:41 PM
Discriminating on the basis of ethnicity is “UnCanadian”. At least that’s what we are told day in day out. Some Koreans don’t appear to agree with that as they are planning to have an Asian only shopping plaza in British Columbia. This article from Immigration Watch Canada probably exaggerates by referring to a “major public furor” as there are few newspaper articles about it. But it needs to be read by those who say hard working Asian immigrants with their low crime rates are desirable.
The only mainstream press story about this seems to be this from the Vancouver province. In it it is claimed that some Canadians are calling for boycotts of Asian stores - good luck finding a corner store not owned by Asians.
Posted by Matra on Monday, August 21, 2006 at 05:55 PM
A week or so ago when John Ray was arguing that Jews vote against their EGI I made a few comments regarding Canadian Jews - starting here. Some prominent Canadian Jews - life-long Liberal Party supporters and fundraisers - have announced they’ll be switching to Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party due to the latter’s tough stand against Hamas and Hezbollah. Here are excerpts from a Toronto Star article with some comments.
Actually Harper is wishy-washy when it comes to defending traditional values against feminists, homosexuals, ethnic minorities, and violent criminals but I doubt life-long Liberals like Gelberman care much about such matters.
“Harper is not so scary” to Jews because he shows few signs of promoting the interests of traditional Anglo-Saxon Canadians.
Still no sign of Jews caring about their EGI.
Posted by Matra on Wednesday, March 29, 2006 at 05:33 PM
The Toronto Star is reporting that Canada’s Immigration Minister Monte Solberg will not follow the likely path of the US and issue an amnesty for the estimated 200,000 illegal aliens in the country:
In recent days many illegal aliens, mostly Portuguese, have been deported causing concern, and a few demonstrations, in some ethnic communities.
Canada is, of course, renowned for its political correctness - the Conservative minority government is planning to speed up the immigration application processs and to cut the landing fee. But the rejection of an amnesty, the on-going deportations, not to mention the basic respect shown for the law are more than the supposedly hard line right wing US Republicans are likely to manage. Yet US conservatives never tire of making fun of multicultural “socialist” Canuckistan!
Posted by Matra on Monday, January 23, 2006 at 07:48 PM
If the polls are right the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) leader, Stephen Harper, will be the next prime minister. As good as it would be to see the back of the corrupt Liberal Party Harper becoming PM is nothing to get excited about. Harper has jettisoned most of the conservative agenda of the old Reform Party, including it’s social conservatism and opposition to multiculturalism.
Last year I pointed out here that it was virtually impossible for the CPC to get elected in areas with a sizeable ethnic minority vote as the Tories are seen as the party of white traditional Anglo Canada. Well, the party has certainly tried to change that! They’ve gone all out to court the minority vote with loads of ethnic candidates and lots of bragging about how it was the original Progressive Conservatives (an ancestor of the CPC) who made Canada officially multicultural in the 1980s.