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A Strategy Guide For EuroCanadian Activism

In order for a movement to be successful, it must have clearly defined and attainable goals. If the goals are not clearly defined, the movement is rudderless. If the goals are not attainable, then the movement quickly becomes demoralized.

Thankfully, the goals of the European Canadian, or EuroCanadian, activist movement are both clearly defined and attainable: we seek to ignite a resurgence of EuroCanadian identity in Canada. This will not only move important policy goals like immigration restriction and the reform of public school curriculum further within reach, it is also an end in itself. If our people are conscious of their identity, we stand a much greater chance of preserving ourselves and our culture in as many areas of Canada as possible even as immigration and demographic trends work against us.

Having established our overarching goal, we can move on to examining various strategies that people can use in their everyday lives to contribute to it. Not all of these strategies should be used by everyone, it all depends on what you’re comfortable with. And needless to say, safety should be a factor when you are deciding which strategies to use; people who live in a big city like Toronto infested with leftist street agitators should choose different courses of action than a resident of a relatively peaceful small town. I will provide a list below so you can navigate past strategies that don’t apply to you.

  1. Protesting
  2. Public disruption
  3. Quietly spreading the word
  4. Using public libraries to our advantage
  5. Gaining power in the countryside through local government
  6. Federal politics?
  7. Resistance in the Universities
  8. Gaining influence in local institutions
  9. Making your everyday life an act of resistance
1. Protesting 

Conservatives often pride ourselves on not protesting. We have jobs and families, we say, and don’t have the energy left to walk around holding signs and yelling slogans. The British philosopher Roger Scruton has wisely said that conservatives are really not “political” people: we value our culture and traditions and just want to be left alone – we are content to leave it to the leftists to march in the streets and push for cultural change.

The problem with this line of logic is plain to see: leftist agitators have seized control of Canadian streets and the public square. While we focused on our jobs and families, they marched in the streets and kept marching right through our institutions all the way from our esteemed universities to the Prime Minister’s Office. We need to take the streets back.

Protests, no matter how small, serve many purposes. They provide our cause with publicity through local newspapers, TV and radio, and word of mouth. They let our fellow citizens know that they are not alone in opposing the degradation of our culture. They show our political opponents that we will not be pushed around.

Perhaps most importantly, they give us a good opportunity to network. Getting to know conservatives in your area grows the EuroCanadian movement, and it also gives you a local network of free-thinking individuals who may well become good friends. As the globalist, cultural Marxist propaganda continues to get more severe every day, we will need these parallel networks of friends to maintain our sanity and work for reform.

Localized networks of conservatives in towns and cities across the country would ideally form a constellation of autonomous “cells” which could organize protests against local “anti-racist” leftist initiatives and government mass immigration programs. It would be perfectly reasonable to expect, once these networks are established, a dozen conservative protests every weekend all over Canada. These conservative networks would neutralize the power of social censorship. Twitter can shut your account, but they can’t stop five or six conservative families from organizing over email or text message to grab some coffees from Tim Hortons and hold signs over a local overpass for an hour on a Sunday morning.

This brings us to the question of what, exactly, to protest. The answer is simple: political and cultural events that annoy you, because they probably annoy countless normal people. If you see that your local public library is holding one of those gross, anti-white, “anti-racism” seminars, why not gather outside and hold signs for an hour? If your child’s school stops teaching one of the great Western classics because of “lack of diversity”, or starts teaching some propaganda book about immigrants, you could protest with other parents in the mornings.

Now for downtown areas in the larger Canadian cities, conservative protests should generally be big, because of the presence of communist agitators given to bouts of violence. Smaller protests run the risk of becoming targets for these criminals. For this reason, at this stage in the game, we should avoid protesting in the downtowns.

EuroCanadian protests in larger cities should stick to suburbs or adjacent areas which are still majority white and Christian. Smaller towns are even better locations for protest, as rural white Canadians often instinctively sympathize with our cause – in many small towns you will no doubt find that half the cars are honking to support you. In all protests, even in areas you think are safe, you need to be wise. Bring strong friends, learn self-defense, always watch your back, and park your cars nearby another protestor so you aren’t walking back to it alone. I have encountered Antifa agitators and believe me when I say that no precaution is too much with a group of deadbeat thugs like them.

2. Public Disruption

Public disruption is for the brave, since unlike protesting where you are with other conservatives and probably at least a few friends, heckling is often done alone and can get you escorted out of a venue. Heckling can be very effective, however, for those inclined.

The best recent example in my opinion is when a woman stood up during a Justin Trudeau Question and Answer session and let loose on him. She picked the perfect opportunity. Just as Trudeau said that he tries to “listen [to opponents] in case they have a point”, she stands up and says, “that’s why it’s so important to have free speech”. Having rhetorically cornered him, since he just accidentally endorsed free speech, she then launches into a rant that every patriotic Canadian has probably imagined saying to the traitor that currently occupies the PMO’s office.

She establishes her credibility by explaining that her father fought in Normandy and pulls out a sash that she still has from her days as a Suffragette. Grasping the sash, she says “Do you know that this is the 100th anniversary of women voting in Canada? And what are you doing, you’re bringing in ISIS?” referring to Trudeau’s invitation for returning ISIS fighters to come and be rehabilitated in Canada.

Of course, the sophist Trudeau says all sorts of snide remarks like that he would have gotten to her question anyways, and that she is taking time away from everyone else. The brainwashed, mainly university-aged audience loves this, as their capacity for critical thinking has been eroded by the Canadian schooling system. The woman, now wearing her sash, hilariously continues to mock him, deriding the venue as a “staged event” and challenging Trudeau to come and talk to “regular folk” at a town hall. She then grabs her purse and strolls out.

This is the lesson of public disruption: it’s not about winning over the audience, it’s about exposing the Canadian globalist regime as a fraud so that conservatives across Canada can watch the interaction on their computers later and know that the “regular folk” have not given up. The time for politeness and civil discourse was over the moment the globalist regime started censoring us, now is the time for making it impossible for their puppets like Trudeau and his ministers to go anywhere without being insulted and mocked by “regular folk”.

Another good example is when an older Quebecois woman yells for several straight minutes in a public rally, asking when Trudeau will repay the 146 million dollars that Quebec had to pay for “his illegal immigrants” and whether he cares about the “Quebecois to de souche” – meaning ethnic Quebecois who trace their roots in the province back hundreds of years. All he could do is impotently sputter about how she’s a racist, and she was then escorted out by some RCMP goons. Like the first woman, she didn’t win over the audience, but she won the interaction.

Think of other public figures who might be good targets for a few well-timed comments about current affairs from a proudly EuroCanadian perspective. Perhaps a town councilor is pushing for more foreign workers to come to your town. Maybe your library is hosting a Q and A on Zoom about an anti-white “anti-racism” initiative. Maybe one of Trudeau’s ministers is coming to your town. This tactic, like all tactics in this article, is not for everyone, but it is an option. Just remember to be witty and speak from the heart in a way that Canadians will appreciate and be prepared for the consequences of being escorted out. Don’t stay standing for too long, as this might constitute grounds for arrest – be smart.

3. Quietly Spreading the Word

This is one of the best techniques in my opinion. The goal here is essentially to win people over to the nationalist cause and remind people who already sympathize that there are people in Canada still fighting hard. There are a number of different ways this can be accomplished, including just talking to people, and this list is by no means exhaustive – be creative!

Stickers: You probably know someone who is good at graphic design, so pay 50 bucks to your tech-savvy family member or friend to make a good design. Maybe a slogan saying “Canadians First. No More Foreign Workers”, or “Canada’s Full. Stop Mass Immigration”, or “It’s OK to be White!”, or “Preserve Euro-Canadian Culture”, or “Protect Our Heritage” with a little picture of a John A. Macdonald statue. Any slogan that gets people to think outside the globalist box is fine. Put them on bus stops, telephone poles, walls, notice boards, and so on. If you get people to think, great. If you cause a media firestorm in your town, even better – all publicity is good publicity. It would be wise to put the stickers up early in the morning or in the evening, and if you are worried about the reactions of communist agitators be sure to bring along a strong buddy of yours. Have some fun, go get breakfast or dinner after, knowing that you helped the cause greatly.

Posters: In some ways, posters can be cheaper than stickers, because stickers cost a little more at print shops given the material and libraries often have ultra-cheap paper printing. Then again, if your town is rainy then you might have to laminate the posters or only put them under overhangs. So, it’s all about weighing out the costs and benefits. One benefit of posters is that you can fit a lot more information on them – though remember to only put a slogan, a few bullet points, and maybe a picture or design (people don’t read posters with a whole essay written on them). Posters are easy to design on your computer, but I’d still recommend getting some pointers from someone who is well-versed in graphical design. And again, be careful when you put them up.

Pamphlets: Pamphlets are great because people can grab one and take them home to read, so you can put a lot of information on them – far more than a sticker or a poster. The downside is that they cost a little more to print off at a print shop, especially if you want a glossy one (choose a simple non-glossy paper material to offset the cost a little bit). Pamphlets should outline key facts about mass immigration, critical race theory in schools, the changing demographics of Canada, the spread of Islamic radicalism, political correctness, censorship, and so on. It makes sense to actually devote the whole pamphlet to just one of these issues and provide some links at the end to websites where people can find the truth about the issues facing Canada. Pamphlets can certainly be handed out on a street, if you are brave and don’t have a job where you can be fired from easily if someone tattles on you to your employer. But they can also be quietly placed in a pamphlet section at a library or beside a community notice board. If you live in a conservative small town, divide a pile of 100 pamphlets into sections of 20, and put each of the piles of 20 at the corner of five different benches weighed down by a rock (on a sunny day). Leftists may throw out some, but dozens of people will read them. For pamphlets, like posters and stickers, get some help with the graphic design to make it look appealing.

Online: Online activism can be done anonymously and reach people across Canada, making it potentially extremely useful. Something simple like writing articles for can have a great impact, and the articles themselves don’t need to be intellectual at all – some of the best articles are just stories about how someone woke up to the big lies being promulgated in our society today. Another way to help the movement online is to share articles and videos with friends and family who might not otherwise hear about them. When it comes to the local level, making a Facebook page for citizens in your area to exercise free speech is a good idea. If you live in Vaughan, for instance, you could call it “Concerned Citizens of Vaughan” or “Vaughan Free Speech Zone”. You could of course organize protests or petitions about local issues on it, but the most important benefit of this might be just the ability to talk freely since Canadian society today is so incredibly politically correct and authoritarian that we can’t say what we think in public anymore.

Letters to the editor: Letters to your local paper can’t be done anonymously normally, but if you are up to the risk then a well-phrased (not necessarily intellectual) letter talking about a local event from your perspective can show conservative Canadians that they are not alone. For example, if your child’s school stops teaching a classic book like Great Gatsby or Owls in the Family because of some claptrap social justice reason, you can write a letter saying why you think this is a bad idea: “I was outraged to hear that our school is no longer teaching this excellent book. I loved to read it as a kid, it is a beautifully written work important to Western history, and I would rather that our school doesn’t bow down to all of this crazy social justice stuff”. Letters like this can be written about basically any topic, but local news is best because it gets other conservatives engaged on a local regional level. Newspaper editors often love controversy more than they fear the Left, because controversy sells papers.

4. Using Public Libraries to Our Advantage

Contrary to common wisdom, public libraries are still very well attended, particularly by older people who love physical books and students who go there to study in an environment with ambient noise, free WIFI and cheap printing. I have already written a whole article on this so I’ll just summarize a few points. Essentially, public libraries are obligated by their own policy to preserve near-total free speech in all of their services:

“Libraries have a core responsibility to safeguard and facilitate access to constitutionally protected expressions of knowledge, imagination, ideas, and opinion, including those which some individuals and groups consider unconventional, unpopular or unacceptable. To this end, in accordance with their mandates and professional values and standards, libraries provide, defend and promote equitable access to the widest possible variety of expressive content and resist calls for censorship and the adoption of systems that deny or restrict access to resources.” – Canadian Library Association

There are a bunch of easy ways we can spread the word at libraries. Here are some.

A. Fill out “book request forms” at the front desk for good, truthful books. These books don’t even need to be explicitly political, just any book that tells the truth about the important issues, which is increasingly rare. Here are some examples:

  • Canada in Decay, Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age, and Uniqueness of the West – Ricardo Duchesne
  • Clash of Civilizations – Samuel Huntington
  • Lament for a Nation – George Grant
  • The Strange Death of Europe – Douglas Murray
  • Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950 – Charles Murray
  • Passion of the Western Mind – Richard Tarnas
  • We Wanted Workers – George Borjas

B. Book meeting rooms for a “nationalist book club”, a “EuroCanadian book club”, or a “weekly conservative activism conference”. The options are endless.

C. Exhibit spaces: Ask your librarian to book an exhibit space for a week and pay an artistic friend or family member to draw up some well-designed posters or a diorama celebrating EuroCanadian history or culture. You could dedicate the exhibit to early Canadian explorers, Canadian inventors, Canadian prime ministers of the early 20th century, or whatever you think of.

D. Bulletin boards: Put up posters, stickers, etc.

E. Pocket literature sections: You can put pamphlets here, or topical nationalist articles you find online. You could just print out articles and put them here! Nobody can stop you, and if a librarian tries then you can remind them of their own Canadian Library Association free speech policy. Remember the motto of EuroCanadian activism: “Ask for forgiveness not permission”.

5. Gaining Power in the Countryside through Local Government

The importance of gaining power in the countryside probably can’t be overstated. We all know that the big cities of Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal are essentially lost to us due to the fact that they are now majority foreign and even the white populations are leftist. The answer to this is not to give up, but rather to focus our energy on obtaining power in as many small towns and cities as possible. No victory is too small, and I really mean that. If you live in a hamlet up North with 200 people, getting patriots into the town council is still worth it.

The biggest battle in the coming decade will be to preserve the European heritage of the Canadian countryside and the smaller cities, which the feds are trying to dilute with so-called “regional immigration programs”. I’ve read about these, and essentially the feds have realized that most immigrants go to the biggest cities, so they have made programs to disperse some of the new ones into small towns across Canada. These are just a very small number of the towns receiving these lovely gifts of migrants:

  • Claresholm, Alberta
  • Sudbury, Ontario
  • Brandon, Manitoba
  • The West Kootenays in BC (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland and Nelson)
  • Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Don’t ever think that your town is safe from being on one of these regional immigration program lists. Small towns across the country are dominated by leftist councilors even when their constituencies are right-wing. This is because the right-wingers have hitherto ignored the municipal political process, tuning out the political nonsense to focus on family and friends and jobs. We don’t have this luxury anymore. Not when our towns could be flooded with refugees and economic migrants who will lower local wages, increase crime and disorder, and dilute our EuroCanadian culture.

The federal government, since it works against the interest of EuroCanadians in promoting endless immigration and relies on the votes of foreigners, is akin to an occupying regime. Unfortunately, municipalities are mostly controlled by leftist councilors who dutifully carry out the multicultural agenda of the feds. The power of the occupying regime will be greatly weakened if we rise up at the ballot box and take back control of our towns – and keep it. Once patriots gain control of a town, they can cancel the refugee and immigrant programs, purge leftist indoctrination from local schools, defund “anti-racist” initiatives, fire “equity officers”, cancel Black History month and Pride month, and raise the Red Ensign flag above the town hall.

It’s very simple, we need patriots to run for office. When one of your conservative friends gets up the courage to nominate themselves for a councilor position, you need to support them in every way possible. Donate extra funds, promote them on social media, pack the candidate debates with supporters to cheer them on, and drive people to the polls. No town is too small!

6. Federal Politics?

The Liberals, NDP, and Greens have become ideologically in favour of mass immigration and the destruction of traditional Canadian culture. They are our political opponents. We need to wake up all traditional EuroCanadians that are left in these parties and convince them to rescind their membership. For example, in my province of BC, the rural northern half of Vancouver Island is filled with white working-class union families who still vote NDP because of their economic policy. We, the nationalists, need to reach out to these types of people and inform them that their party has left them behind. So, if you know traditional folks who still vote for the Liberals, NDP, and Greens, let them know that their parties now support an extreme agenda of diversification through immigration.

The issue of the Bloc Quebecois is really not my area of concern and should be left to the Quebecois. In my mind, the Bloc has the potential to become a great advocate of EuroCanadian, specifically French-Canadian, rights. One of their MPs was the only member of parliament brave enough to vote against race-hustler Jaghmeet Singh’s systemic racism bill, and I encourage Quebecois members of the EuroCanadian movement to join the Bloc and encourage this sort of behaviour in the future. Of course, the Bloc as of yet only has the potential to become pro-EuroCanadian, and is currently on board with mass immigration, so it’s up for the Quebecois arm of the EuroCanadian activist movement to decide which route they want to go federally.

This brings us to the right-wing parties. The Conservative Party has for decades completely abandoned the defense of EuroCanadian culture. Erin O’Toole, like Harper, supports mass immigration and political correctness. Despite this, their constituency is the most pro-EuroCanadian out of all the five major parties mentioned so far, being largely against mass immigration and political correctness. There may therefore be a possibility of someone sympathetic to our movement running one day, hopefully someday soon, although it didn’t work so well for Karahalios or Sloan. If that day comes then we should seize the opportunity and back them with all of our extra funds and time, but I myself am not overly optimistic.

Maxime Bernier has risen up to challenge the CPC from the Right with his People’s Party, denouncing political correctness and promising to slash immigration levels. His defection from the CPC was a breath of fresh air for people who understand that it was the CPC who first defected from us, the Canadian people. Of course, Bernier’s policies are not perfect, but they don’t have to be for us to support him, because we wouldn’t place all our hopes in him to completely solve Canada’s problems. In this strategy guide I have described an activist toolbox filled with possible courses of action, and federal politics is just one of many.

I am personally in favour of encouraging a mass defection to the PPC from the CPC combined with a concerted effort by members of our movement to become volunteers and staffers with the PPC to see whether we can pull the PPC in the direction of asserting itself fully in favour of Euro-Canadian identity. I am also not opposed to efforts to infiltrate the CPC by trying to get patriots in the candidate race or by pressuring rural CPC MPs to defend EuroCanadian interests. Maybe we can do both plans at once, but above all we should not spend a single minute infighting on this issue. The main points to understand when it comes to federal politics and EuroCanadian activism are as follows:

  • We need to get Canadians who support the EuroCanadian heritage of the country to leave the Liberals, NDP, and Greens
  • The Bloc Quebecois can potentially become a vehicle for the Quebecois wing of EuroCanadian activism, but the Quebecois arm of the EuroCanadian movement should think about whether there’s a better alternative
  • The two right-wing parties (CPC and PPC) should be the vehicles for the Anglo wing of EuroCanadian activism, whether through encouraging defection to the PPC and encouraging the PPC to more strongly defend EuroCanadians, influencing/pressuring the CPC to represent EuroCanadians, or both.
  • Federal politics is not the be-all-end-all, but rather just one tool for EuroCanadian activists. Some activists can focus on federal politics, but most should focus more locally. It’s good to stay informed about the goings-on of federal politics, but above all we shouldn’t be consumed by infighting on this issue.
7. Resistance in the Universities 

I know from personal experience that the universities in Canada have been taken over by cultural Marxism and leftism. According to a recent report, only 4% of professors in Canada are conservative. In my experience it was even less. The problem is not so much the gender studies departments and the social justice initiatives, it is the persistent bias across all departments against EuroCanadians and European culture. The great works of Western literature are no longer taught, unless it is for the purpose of analyzing them through a racial lens and then criticizing them for their racism and lack of diversity. Canada’s storied history is reduced to evil lazy settlers stealing land from the noble smart natives. At my university, the history department’s Canadian history courses are taught by an unhinged ideologue from the gender studies department who analyzes everything through a “racialized” lens.

And yet, some EuroCanadian youth do still want to go, whether to obtain technical skills or because they have a curiosity about history, language, culture, politics, law, science, and so on. This section is for those EuroCanadian youth who understand the bias in universities and still want to go for the remaining good courses (and of course there are still some relatively unbiased courses, although how long this will remain is uncertain). So here are some simple tips for our youth:

Make a list of good professors: In your first term, you will probably not know any of the professors, so you will just have to go to your assigned four or five classes. You will probably be exposed to some clownish ideological professors, but just let their crazy comments wash over you without letting them bother you – because there’s the trick for avoiding similar courses in the future. In your free time when you aren’t in your official classes that you are actually enrolled in, go to all sorts of random classes in your department and any department that seems interesting – professors almost never mind an extra student taking a seat in the back and if the class is big they won’t notice. Make a list as you go, sorting professors into columns: “leftist”, “sort of leftist”, “neutral”, “interesting”. For the rest of your degree, starting in your second term of first year, fulfill your class requirements with the professors who you will actually learn from. And then once most of your official classes are good for the rest of your degree, you can stop by the clownish leftist classes every now and then in your free time for fun – because when you aren’t required to be there these classes can be sort of hilarious in a strange way. For instance, I witnessed one professor with red hair spent almost an entire class ranting about how evil Jordan Peterson is!

Develop a program of parallel study: Even if you’ve managed to get decent professors, you will still need to unlearn all of the propaganda you were taught in high school. So, I strongly recommend, if you are the intellectual type (which I assume you are if you’re going to university), to read lots of edifying books. The first course of action is to read a couple of old books on Canadian history, to quickly knock out all the propaganda about how bad our ancestors were. And of course, there is the task of unlearning all of the lies that you were taught about Western civilization. High schools teach that it is patriarchal, parochial, greedy, uninteresting, irrelevant, violent, stupid, racist, and responsible for all of the evils that have ever befallen mankind. These are just lies. Start reading old books about the Indo-Europeans, Greek philosophy, Roman history, the Age of Exploration, the Cartographic Revolution, the industrial revolutions, medieval knights and folklore, the Vikings, the Carolingian empire, the Tsars, the Elizabethan era, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, Charles Martel, Charlemagne, Robin Hood, the Celts, the Anglo-Saxons, the Spanish Armada, the invention of human rights, the scientific revolution, the invention of psychology, the invention of anthropology, the Scientific Revolution, the invention of nation-states, the Crusades, artistic developments, classical music; the unceasing creativity and restlessness of a peculiar and fascinating people. You will probably never stop reading about the West.

Quiet activism: It is perfectly respectable to merely avoid brainwashing and edify yourself, but if you want to hit back against the leftist academic establishment there are a few tips to take note of. Basically, you have to understand that you are living in 1984. In fact, probably read that book again just to put yourself in the right frame of mind. The academic establishment tolerates no dissent and seeks to enforce a rigid cultural Marxist orthodoxy on campus. In the same way that even the small acts of resistance Winston undertakes are ruthlessly punished by the government in 1984, so too will your small acts of resistance be reacted to disproportionately by the academic establishment. This isn’t meant to scare you, just to establish the reality of how things are. In fact, we can use their disproportionate responses to our advantage. In my third section, “Quietly spreading the word”, I lay out some ways to spread our ideas to the public. These are perfectly applicable to the campus. For example, if you and a few buddies went out at night and put 50 “It’s OK to be White” posters on lampposts, I can guarantee the university would go absolutely ballistic. They would institute anti-racism seminars, send out emails, apologize to the world, condemn white supremacy, maybe even knock down a statue for good measure. But that just plays into our hands. The crazier the leftist establishment looks, the more people wake up to their true nature. One thing to note is that they will probably try to track down those who put up the posters, even though “it’s OK to be White” doesn’t constitute hate speech, so make sure to wear masks. Another form of relatively quiet activism would be to start an underground magazine documenting events on campus from a conservative perspective, or even just making an anonymous Twitter account for the same purpose. There are plenty of other similar “quiet activism” tactics to spread the word on campus besides the ones I’ve detailed in my third section, all it takes is creativity and plenty of precautions.

Loud activism:
If you aren’t afraid of being found out, you can always join or start a Free Speech Club. You could even try to start an explicitly EuroCanadian club, the trick being to not put down any other races, just promote EuroCanadian culture and heritage. Other forms of loud activism would include things like writing “letters to the editor” at the student newspaper or starting a conservative Facebook page. The options here are endless.

8. Gaining Influence in Local Institutions

In a similar fashion to gaining control of town councils, patriots can try to gain control of institutions in the community. Remember, this isn’t sinister, it’s really just retaking institutions that used to serve the Canadian people and are now working towards the degradation of our culture. Gaining control of local institutions means getting patriots inside them – both as board members and employees. The focus should be on every institution with a voluntary board and which seems like it would be useful for patriots to control in order to promote our culture. Some examples of institutions and how patriots could reform them once in control of the boards and top employee positions:

  • Museums (end Black History month!)
  • Libraries (promote Western classics and dissident right literature!)
  • Heritage organizations (protect old EuroCanadian buildings!)
  • Advisory committees for government departments and nonprofits (advise them from our perspective!)
  • Boards for festivals and farmer’s markets (prevent leftist ‘info booths’ from opening!)
  • Business councils (Stop asking for migrant workers!
9. Making Your Everyday Life an Act of Resistance 

I have aimed to provide feasible and relatively low-cost strategies to resist the globalist federal government, but I recognize that not everyone will be able to take the risk of being found out. You can still live your life in defiance of the illegitimate anti-EuroCanadian regime just by refusing to have your spirit broken.

  • Refuse to use Newspeak: ‘People of colour’, ‘LGBTQ’, ‘racialized’, ‘equitable’, and so on are tools to control your language. If the regime can control your language, they can control your thoughts. Never use unnatural language.
  • Stockpile old books: Every time you hear of a book being banned by the radical left, buy it for your household. is a good site which people sell books on for incredibly cheap prices and doesn’t seem to censor. It is useful for our movement to have stockpiles of good books, since as society becomes more and more totalitarian more and more books will go out of print and become harder to find. You don’t need to only buy banned books, dissident right books and old history or science books are useful too, anything that tells the truth about the world. Truth is rebellion in a society built on lies.
  • Tune out of MSM and social media: It’s good to stay up to date with the news, but the mainstream and social media corrode your critical thought, so it’s best to limit your consumption of these things and focus on truthful websites.
  • Never say what you don’t mean: In public conversations, if the topic turns to matters of race or immigration or culture, there’s no need to expose yourself as a conservative, but there’s no need to agree with leftist ideas. Many people agree just to make themselves look good, but this just helps the Left by giving a false impression of popular support. Say you don’t know, or you haven’t heard of the issue.
  • Teach your kids well: Teach your kids to be proud of their history, about how Canada is a great country, and how Western civilization is the best civilization there ever was.

Hopefully this guide has been helpful, and many people use it to promote the cause of EuroCanadians and our culture, I encourage you to print all or some of it out and give it to conservatives in your community. Our desire for our country to stay how it was when we grew up is perfectly healthy, reasonable, and natural. Every people has a right to their homeland, and we are no exception.

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  • Riley Donovan

    Founder of Dominion Review (, the home of distinctively Canadian, authentically conservative content. Follow me on Twitter: @valdombre