• History,  Nationalism

    German Guilt is based on Fake News (Part 8)

    Anyone who has seen the pictures of emaciated bodies piled up in German concentration camps at the end of WWII has felt a wave of revulsion. How could a nation do this to millions of people? The pictures condemn the National Socialists for all time. Or do they? Could there be another explanation for mounds of corpses? Indeed, did Allied actions create the conditions which resulted in what we see in the pictures? Or to put that more plainly; were our bomber crews the people responsible for killing those pitiful inmates? Here are the circumstances that affected the camps as the war came to an end. First, the German economy…

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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…

  • Nationalism,  News,  Targeted Individuals

    Canadian Left Threatens New Political Party

    An obscure left-wing organization, the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, is publicly threatening to name and shame the 250 Canadians who confirmed they are supporting the registration of the Canadian Nationalist Party at Elections Canada. Evan Balgord, Executive Director of the organization, which is funded by the Southern Poverty Law Center, issued an incendiary statement July 10 that calls for these individuals to be harassed at home and fired at work. Here’s part of what he demanded: “The Canadian Anti-Hate Network will publish the names of 250 members of the neo-Nazi Canadian Nationalist Party if they are successful in becoming a registered political party. We plan to publish these names and their cities of…

  • Multiculturalism,  Nationalism

    Germany Must be Rescued from History

    A pervasive miasma of self-loathing is seeping across the West like poison gas; a feeling white people are responsible for all the troubles of the world. You can see evidence of it everywhere, particularly in Sweden, Norway and Germany where dark-skinned economic migrants are welcomed with open arms and legs. Eight years ago a Swedish comedy show, Grotesco, showed a miscegenation video with a white girl having sex with a black immigrant over the slogan “Mix it up!” It was supposed to be humour based on exaggeration. Today, American television has mixed couples in bed as a matter of course. Even pictures of happy white families are criticized as showing…

  • Cultural Marxism

    Self-Mutilation, the Triumph of Cultural Marxism

    Leviticus 19:28: “You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the Lord.” By Tim Murray Many boomers are confounded by the epidemic of tattoos that has swept across the Western world in the past decade, claiming victims both young and old. Where once tattoos were the almost exclusive province of sailors, bikers and prison inmates, they have now laid claim to the necks, faces, torsos, legs and arms of the broader community. They are even seen on eyelids and groins. In fact there is apparently no body part that is safe from this scourge. Is it simply a…

  • History,  Nationalism

    German Guilt is based on Fake News (Part 6)

    You’re looking at a photo of the IG Farben BUNA Werke in Monowice on the outskirts of Oświęcim Poland taken during its construction in 1942. The name BUNA is derived from butadiene-based synthetic rubber and the chemical symbol for sodium (Na), a process of synthetic rubber production developed in Germany. This one factory, although part of a complex of industrial plants, was very large in its own right, covering two square miles, with scores of buildings involved in rubber, chemical and fuel production. The large building at centre left is the power plant which eventually had three prominent smoke stacks. At the height of production in 1944, the BUNA Werke employed…

  • Globalism,  Politics

    Chernobyl is the Model for the Future

    The nuclear plant disaster at Chernobyl in Ukraine resulted in the evacuation of more than 100,000 people from a 1,000 sq mile exclusion zone due to high levels of radiation. Besides those affected by acute radiation poisoning in sealing the plant, an estimated 9,000 to 16,000 people in Europe will suffer shortened life-spans. So, a bad thing, no? Well, not entirely. An article in the UK magazine, The Conversation, reprinted by the PBS Newshour, says “life is now thriving around Chernobyl. Populations of many plant and animal species are actually greater than they were before the disaster.” The author, Stuart Thompson, a senior lecturer in plant biochemistry at the University…

  • History,  Natiionalism

    German Guilt is based on Fake News (Part 5)

    The conventional wisdom is that Germany adopted a policy of expansion by negotiation, bluster, and occupation in the 1930’s and that only timely action by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain slowed this policy of aggression. German Chancellor, Adolph Hitler, inadvertently reinforced this view by saying he was trying to bring German populations back to the Reich even though they were in other countries. A glance at the map (below) shows the true picture. Despite the fact it did not start WWI, and had not yet lost it, a starving Germany agreed to a disastrous peace treaty in 1919 that carved up the country like a butt of ham. Germany lost…