Just Right

Just Right is a weekly radio show broadcasting on shortwave from WBCQ 5.130 MHz Monticello, Maine. Hosts, Bob Metz and Robert Vaughan analyze issues from a viewpoint of individual rights, freedom, and capitalism.

The lights are going out in the West | Salim Mansur

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Oct 212020
 

The reaction to the latest beheading of a Parisian school teacher by an Islamist immigrant to France is yet another example of why the lights are going out in the West, says Professor Emeritus Salim Mansur.

Once the wailing and candle-light vigils are over the French will return to a society of appeasement and open immigration—a recipe for more death, destruction, and humiliation as this once-great nation is brought to its knees.

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Obama’s attempted coup d’état | Salim Mansur

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Oct 142020
 

With relentless tenacity, members of the former Obama Administration, led by the failed presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton have sought to undermine and overthrow the duly elected President, Donald Trump by falsifying allegations against him, and by illegally surveilling his transition team.

Since George Washington stepped down from office in 1797 there has been a peaceful transition of power. Each preceding president has accepted that his time as leader of the nation was over and that the will of the people must prevail upon the investiture of his successor. This 219-year tradition came to a close with the end of President Barack Obama’s term in office.

Aided by the apparatus of the intelligence community and a complicit media the Clinton/Obama conspiracy will go down as one of the darker moments of American history.

Only three weeks away from the next election, Professor Emeritus, Salim Mansur and Robert Vaughan discuss the attempted coup d’état and how it might affect the very nature of the United States as a constitutional republic.

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The WE scandal—The grinning culprits will get away with it | Salim Mansur

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Aug 052020
 

Justin Trudeau has outdone any past ethics violations and personal corruption with his government’s attempt to award a contract to a company, the WE Foundation, which, under the cover of various shell companies and charities, has apparently paid his family almost $500,000 in speaking fees and benefits.

Canadian politics has always had its corrupt elites. In the early 19th century it was the Family Compact in Upper Canada and the Château Clique in Lower Canada. But rarely has the corruption reached the heights that it has under the leadership of Justin Trudeau.

The actions of this government are quite literally criminal but they don’t seem worried. They have paid off the media and the legal authorities are failing to take him to account. The grinning culprits simply give a half-hearted mea culpa and move on with corruption as usual knowing full well that they will get away with their immoral political depravity.

Joining Robert Vaughan to discuss the latest cronyism of Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government is Western University’s Professor Emeritus Salim Mansur.

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In defense of heroes | Salim Mansur

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Jul 082020
 

Celebrating the founding of one’s country should be a joyous occasion but the recent marking of Independence Day and Canada Day have been marred in both countries. In the United States, we see a concerted effort on the part of the Left and the Democratic Party to destroy their nation. In Canada, all celebrations were cancelled under the pretext of health and safety and under orders from a Prime Minister who said that Canada is the first “post-national state” which has no “core identity.”

Regardless of attempts by the Marxists of both countries to destroy the very foundations of their nationhood people in the United States were treated to a magnificent display at Mount Rushmore by a truly patriotic president. In Canada we witnessed a gathering of some 10,000 patriots on Parliament Hill, defying the dictates of their unpatriotic rulers.

Professor Salim Mansur was one of those on Parliament Hill in Ottawa who exercised his right to freely assemble and his right to protest the actions of a Prime Minister bent on destroying his country. He also was uplifted by President Donald Trump’s speech at Mount Rushmore—a speech that praised the United States as a nation founded on reason and equality for all.

In this interview, Professor Mansur tells us of his trip to Ottawa to be with his fellow patriots on Canada Day and he offers us his analyses of President Trump’s stirring speech in defense of heroes.

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Canada is not racist—In defense of Rex Murphy | Salim Mansur

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Jun 092020
 

National Post contributor and journalist, Rex Murphy’s observation that Canada is not a racist country has rankled the Liberal elites who have taken a knee in faux shame at what they feel is an inherently racist culture ignoring our history and social mores.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, shares Rex’s view. Mansur, as a brown Indian Muslim who immigrated to Canada as a young man finds Canada to be a refuge from the racism of most other countries and defends its heritage as a free and welcoming society.

Rex Murphy’s article in the National Post

Vanmala Subramaniam’s reply to Rex

Delectible Lie: A liberal repudiation of multiculturalism

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The Democratic Party’s Götterdämmerung | Salim Mansur

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Jun 032020
 

Götterdämmerung (twilight of the gods): “a collapse (as of a society or regime) marked by catastrophic violence and disorder.”

Professor Salim Mansur has likened the organized riots and violence in the wake of the killing of George Floyd to the wanton destruction perpetrated by Adolf Hitler on his own people when he realized that Germany was about to be overrun by the Allied Forces and that he was about to lose the war.

“Hitler knew that the Third Reich was reaching its end. His response was that the German people had failed. The German people were not worthy of the Third Reich. So instead of finding a way out, he was going to fight to the last bullet and to the last German child. That is Götterdämmerung. Bring the whole roof down upon the head of the German people because they are not worthy. This is the politics of the Left.”

While it seems increasingly likely that today’s riots, looting, and burning have been coordinated by domestic terror organizations, like Antifa, loyal to the Democratic Party of the United States, and most likely under its direction, Professor Mansur posits that the mayhem is the Democratic Party’s Götterdämmerung.

The Democrats have realized that they will lose in the polls in November and that their nemesis, Donald Trump will return for another term. In true Leftist fashion, they blame the American people and are wreaking havoc upon their unworthy heads.

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Globalism vs globalization | Préity Üupala

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May 252020
 

Préity Üupala and Robert Vaughan examine the differences between the political ideology of globalism and the developing phenomenon of globalization. The deepening encroachment of Communist China in the affairs of the United Nations and other countries is also discussed as is the upcoming leadership of India at the World Health Organization.

Préity is an Investment Banker turned multimedia Entrepreneur, public speaker and geopolitical commentator. She has spoken at various platforms including Women’s Economic Forum, HORASIS, University of Zurich, Raisina Dialogues and Wellness 360 Dubai. She is also the Political Editor for The Observer, writing on Geo-politics, Conflict- resolution, Religion and Spirituality. She is also a columnist for Jerusalem Post, Times of Israel.

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