This blog post is based off a twitter thread. It’s perfect to share with family and friends: Wondering why Canada continues to import half a… Read More »“Century Initiative”: The Cabal Behind Canada’s Mass Immigration Policy
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This blog post was originally a twitter thread. Feel free to share with your family and friends to let them know what’s going on! A… Read More »Canada 2041: 50 million people, half immigrants
Editor’s Note: This is the latest version. The old version we posted two days ago was an early draft. ***** I think that focusing some… Read More »Cultural Traits That Are Unique To White European Canadians. What Are Your Traits?
The Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), under François Legault, is firmly rejecting globalization, mass immigration, and multiculturalism. Québec has passed Bill 96 to protect the French… Read More »What the Emergence of a Politics of Ethnos in Québec Means for the Anglo Canadian Right
What about Livingstone? What about all those men who have sacrificed their lives to lead the way? Tell me wasn’t it worth the while, travelling… Read More »White History Month: What about Livingstone?
Thank you to the commenter “White Canadians” for providing this great summary of some Great Canadians in our history, which we are now posting in… Read More »White History Month: Heights of Canadian History
“I know poetry is not dead, nor genius lost: nor has Mammon gained power over either, to bind or slay: they will both assert their… Read More »Fight Upper Canada School District’s Cancelling of Agatha Christie
Patrick Brown, mayor of minority-white Brampton, has been trying to convince the Tamil and Nepalese communities to buy CPC memberships and vote for him by… Read More »CPC Immigrant Pandering Reaches Unheard of Proportions
Will the nativist, anti-globalist libertarianism of an increasingly radicalized Mad Max win out over the colourblind, cryptocurrency libertarianism of Poilievre? Seemingly consigned for good to… Read More »Pierre Poilievre, Maxime Bernier, and the Future of the Canadian Right