• Culture,  Multiculturalism,  Race

    The Solution to Today’s American Riots

    I think we all know what the solution is to the race riots that periodically turn the United States into a third world country. We know it, but we don’t want to admit it because to do so means a century and a half of addressing racial issues have been a complete failure. The reason improving race relations have failed is because the methods used are based on a false premise. Progressives believe black economic failures have been based on institutionalized white prejudice. In fact, black failures are based on black educational achievements, and these in turn, are based on biology. So the real reason America is convulsed decade after…

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    Culture,  History,  Nationalism

    The Second Invasion of Russia

    Napoleon organized the first invasion, the one illustrated was the second. You will be amazed to know who was behind it, what it was for and who took part. The list of belligerents is impressive: Britain, the United States, France, Japan, India, Canada (yes, Canada), Greece, Czechoslovakia, and many more. While the world was getting over WWI and the Spanish Flu, these Allied armies were trying to crush the Bolshevik revolution. Wikipedia suggests the intervention in the Russian civil war was primarily designed to block supplies getting to Germany. This is dissembling since the intervention continued well after the war was over. No, the real reason was political. The Bolsheviks…

  • Culture,  History,  Nationalism

    The Germany You Never Knew

    Have a look at these women featured on the cover of the German magazine The Young Lady sometime in the 1930’s. Besides being very pretty, they’re also very typical of women on magazine covers in Britain and America at the same time. To add to the experience, listen to the music of the era these women would have been dancing to. Then, if you can stomach it, consider that we tried for five years to kill them in their homes and offices with bombs from the air, and that those who survived were raped and killed on the ground by Russian troops, our rapacious temporary allies. We’ve covered up our…

  • Culture,  Health,  Nationalism

    Stop International Air Travel

    How did the Coronavirus get from Hubei, China to the rest of the world, given that it can’t swim, can’t fly and doesn’t have legs? We’ve all known instinctively, haven’t we? It came in the lungs, on the hands and on the luggage of air passengers arriving at our airports Now there’s factual evidence our gut instinct was correct. The Daily Mail reports Brazilian researchers have found air travel was the main driver behind the spread of coronavirus. The busier the airports, the more people got the disease and died. It can help understand what happened if you think of the virus as equivalent to a hand grenade with the…

  • Culture,  History,  Politics

    Goodbye to Berlin

    Christopher Isherwood was a British/American novelist and screenwriter whose best known works, Goodbye to Berlin and Mr. Norris Changes Trains, became the basis of the hit Broadway musical Cabaret. Originally, these novels, based on Isherwood’s diaries of his life as a language teacher in Weimar Berlin, were to be part of a larger work to be called The Lost. Instead, desperate for money, he sliced and diced his diaries into a number of articles, the novel Sally Bowles, and these two overlapping novels. Isherwood went to Berlin to see prep school friend and poet W.H. Auden in March, 1929 and moved to the city in November, 1929. There he discovered…

  • Culture,  Health

    New Reality for Young Women

    Ask any young woman these days where she plans to retire. Most likely, she hasn’t thought of it, or if she has, one of those delightful seniors retirement centres you see in brochures and TV ads. The problem with this plan is that the covid-19 pandemic has shown seniors homes are a death trap for the elderly during a virus outbreak. The combination of communal living, short staffing and a vulnerable age group is the perfect mix for a deadly purge. I’ll take one province as an example, as reported by the Globe & Mail: In Ontario, among the facilities with the worst outbreaks are Pinecrest Nursing Home in Bobcaygeon,…

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    Culture,  Race

    Progressive Thinking Claims Another Victim

    The woman pictured is 43-year old Hodan Nalayeh, a Somali-born Canadian who went back home to prove Somalia is a beautiful place and to tell “uplifting” stories. Just last week she posted pictures showing how much fun she was having in Kismayo and the neighboring island of Ilisi. One of Nalayeh’s Twitter followers praised her for “countering the doom narrative propagated by many about Somalia.” Two days later al-Shabaab terrorists attacked the Asasey Hotel in Kismayo and killed Hodan, who was pregnant, her husband Farid Jama Suleiman, and 24 other people. The reaction in Canada was utterly predictable. The left-leaning CBC said she was a beloved journalist who was trying…

  • Culture

    The City is a Trap

    People living in high rise condominiums are like monkeys living in the forest canopy; everything is fine until one day the bulldozers come along and it isn’t fine. The monkeys, it turns out, have no idea how precarious their perches are in trees that can be cut down. The problem we humans have is the same. We regard tall buildings as permanent as mountains when, in fact, they are dangerous traps that can kill, and will kill, when the predicted economic and cultural collapse occurs. I’m not talking here about dramatic events like the attack on the World Trade Centre, frightening as that was. The problem I’m describing is what…

  • Culture,  Nationalism,  Race

    The Secret of the Family Farm

    Most city dwellers think farmers are farmers because they like farming. And while it’s true they are close to nature, and do enjoy some of it, that’s not why they endure long hours, personal hardship and back-breaking work. To understand farming, and farmers, I have to take you back to the late 1940’s in rural Ontario and a particular farm I knew as a seven-year old. As I describe it, a vision will begin to take hold with relevance to any potential economic or civilizational collapse in our future. OK, here goes. The farm was 100 acres on a Concession Line a mile west of Honeywood, Ontario. There was a…