• Targeted Individuals

    A Professor Fights Back

    Ricardo Duchesne has taken a lot of flak from his critics with little chance to fight back. Tonight, on his website, he defends himself with a vigour and zest that shows he is a happy warrior. Here is his statement, in full: Matthew Sears: A Mindless Man Alone in his bathroom tweeting about Ricardo Duchesne By Ricardo Duchesne A group of mediocre, never read, professors at my university, UNB, have launched an all-out attack against my academic reputation and freedom for the simple reason that I outgrew the juvenile ideas we were all forced to accept as undergrad students. They managed to get two low IQ fake journalists to write…

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    Ricardo Duchesne in His Own Words

    We’ve heard a lot from Prof. Duchesne’s critics, here are some of his own words, extracted from a Canadian Press interview published by CityNews. “I want to have my own voice,” he said in an interview. “I believe that’s what Canada is about, to allow debate and freedom of expression.” “I haven’t done anything wrong, really,” he said. “I’m not racist or supremacist.” Duchesne, who is originally from Puerto Rico, said he believes the controversy is being generated by his 2017 book Canada in Decay: Mass Immigration, Diversity, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians. “I am a strong critic of immigration,” he said in an interview. “I believe that Canada and…

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    Unpacking A Television News Report

    Television news is a powerful medum for molding public opinion. Let’s look at a relatively unbiased news report on the Duchesne witch-hunt from Global News. Have a listen to the report as Global reporter Morganne Campbell tries to balance the accusations against Duchesne and his response to them. The problem he faces is that the accusation she uses is unattributed and undocumented. Here’s a quote: “He’s been accused of displaying white supremacist views after appearing on Faith Goldys podcast; she’s a known far-right white nationalist.” Accused? By whom? And the second part of the sentence is damning by association. She then interviews a Student Council representative who says about those…

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    A Canadian Witch-Hunt at UNB

    The academic world conducts witch-hunts as part of a wider leftist agenda to silence conservatives, anti-globalists, and nationalists. Here’s what’s happening to ethno-nationalist Prof. Ricardo Duchesne at the University of New Brunswick. Collin Cleary Several years ago, I published a mammoth review essay on Ricardo Duchesne’s The Uniqueness of Western Civilization. I regard it as one of the most interesting and important books I have ever read. Duchesne is a valiant defender of Western civilization against the madness of politically correct academics – and now, it seems, he may be paying the price. On May 18, The Huffington Post published a long hit piece on Duchesne, and it has all…

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    A Professor Who Argues Against Multicultural Ideology and for Western Exceptionalism Now Fears for His Job

    I have met University of New Brunswick sociologist and co-founder of the blog Council of European Canadians Ricardo Duchesne only once and found him reserved, thoughtful and modest. A brilliant writer and genuine scholar, he has authored two impeccably-researched volumes on the history of Western civilization and the settler domestication of pre-industrial lands. In an earlier article for PJ Media, I had occasion to mention Duchesne, who writes in Canada in Decay — one of the most important books in our national literature explaining the emergence of the ideology of immigrant multiculturalism — that Canada is an extreme, though not unique, example of impending ethnocide, “promoting its own replacement by foreigners from other races, religions and cultures.” As…