Ukraine—Neocon’s war against Russia | Salim Mansur

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Jul 022022
 

Since the end of WWII, a number of international laws and treaties have been created among nations to allow for a more peaceful, if not orderly world. Albeit with many exceptions, these rules of conduct have served the world well. We have enjoyed an extended period of relative peace and have avoided another world war. This sense of security seems to be coming to an end as the West now faces possible military engagement with both Russia in Ukraine and Communist China in Taiwan.

How did we arrive at this point? Since at least the 1960s plans have been formulated and implemented to pave the way for a one-world government led by the United States in a grand hegemony of tyranny marked by corruption, censorship, the surveillance state, and Malthusian population control.

We were warned that this might happen by Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy who, while not knowing precisely what form these nefarious plans might take, knew that it was a distinct possibility that the Military-Industrial Complex could be used with evil intent and on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas we discovered just how patently evil these people could be.

It is no longer a secret that there is a cabal of advisors orchestrating successive military campaigns throughout the globe of which Ukraine is but the latest.

The greatest opposition the cabal faces in its grand scheme is from countries like Russia which stubbornly adheres to a historic sense of national pride and which warned that it would not tolerate any attempts to alter that perspective.

In a direct challenge to any who would oppose them we have seen callous rogues like Johnson, the Bushes, Clinton, Obama, and a group of neoconservative policy advisors, take that once moral and enviable of nations, the United States of America, and transform it into a juggernaut of death and destruction.

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765 – Wading into another row—over abortion

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Jun 302022
 


Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade it has become clear that we are now wading into another row – over abortion. And as usual, those on the Left are reacting irrationally and violently, while those on the Right are wrestling with their own consciences over the moral implications of abortion.

The inconvenient reality concerning the unborn is that during pregnancy, two human lives occupy the same space at the same time. If one assumes that the unborn have rights, this creates an unavoidable contradiction given that such rights would conflict with those of the mother – in whose body the unborn child exists.

But this contradiction is illusionary because another inconvenient reality is that the unborn are not capable of having “rights” – nor, for that matter, are children. To confer “rights” upon either group is a meaningless gesture given that actual rights are attached both to responsibilities and to the freedom of action necessary to exercise them.

In this context, a more appropriate and accurate term to apply to children and the unborn is “status.” This is no mere exercise in semantics. The “status” of children and other individuals incapable of exercising rights (such as the mentally ill or severely physically disabled) is subordinate to those assigned with the rights and responsibilities for their care – and under whose rights they are protected. Continue reading »

Canada—Vassal state of the globalists | Salim Mansur

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Jun 172022
 

Is Canada a nation in its death throes or a nation yet to be born? Given that we’ve never truly been an independent mature nation because of our history we may still be in the process of our political birth as an independent nation, maybe not the one we expected. Or maybe Canada is a tragedy that will never reach its potential because its political parents are in the process of aborting their political child of freedom. Or worse, that Canadians themselves are committing national suicide.

These questions, posed by Bob Metz on the June 2nd episode of Just Right are answered by our guest, Professor Salim Mansur of Western University who revisits Canada’s history from the 1759 Battle of the Plains of Abraham through to the Truckers’ Convoy of 2022.

In the final analysis, he concludes, that Canada is and has been a vassal state—a nation dependent on others for its well-being. Prior to WWII, it was Great Britain. From WWII until the end of the Cold War it was the United States. And since then, Canada continues to be a vassal state of the Globalist neocons in Washington in league with the EU and the World Economic Forum. Continue reading »

763 – The fallacy of gun control

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Jun 162022
 


“As we see gun violence continue to rise, it is our duty to keep taking action. We decided to tackle this issue at a national level. And so today, we’re moving forward. We’re introducing legislation to implement a national freeze on handgun ownership. It will no longer be possible to buy, sell, transfer, or import handguns anywhere in Canada.”Justin Trudeau – 2022

“This year will go down in history. For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun control. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future.”
Adolf Hitler – 1935

It is often said that “we never learn from history” but this cannot be said when it comes to the issue of gun control. Perhaps it is more accurate to suggest that we do learn from history, but that our politicians simply refuse to apply its lessons in a way that is beneficial to the general welfare.

We have long known that the road to tyranny always starts with the disarming of the general population, so, clearly, that lesson has been learned: “The one thing that unites every tyrant is that they all love gun control,” observed criminal attorney and outspoken political commentator Robert Barnes. “It doesn’t matter whether they’re Hitler, Stalin, Mao, any of them – they all love gun control.”

Politicians who insist that gun control makes the public at large safer are spreading false information, because the opposite is true and history demonstrates this as well. Continue reading »

Jun 092022
 


The sudden absence of the state funded media’s news coverage and commentary on the Uvalde Texas school shootings was telling. Following days of news reports that were completely contradictory with each subsequent report, the coverage suddenly stopped.

However, what did remain consistent with each day’s news update were calls for gun control and for the disarming of the nation. But then even those stopped, following revelations that the proper and legal use of guns could easily have prevented the unnecessary deaths of 19 innocent school children.

Sadness and anger over the events as they appear to have transpired at the Robb Elementary School can be overwhelming. The utter incompetence overtly displayed by authorities overseeing the shootings has led to serious speculation that there’s much more than ‘incompetence’ at play.

Indeed, previous mass school shootings are being closely scrutinized and it appears that they all seem to have certain disturbing elements and patterns in common. To put it bluntly: Were calls for gun controls a consequence of the shootings, or were the shootings a consequence of the gun control agenda?

It’s a disarming narrative, either way you look at it. And ‘disarming’ is certainly the best way to describe the phenomenon of mass school shootings in a way that’s Just Right.

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761 – Canada’s foreign rationale on foreign policy | Salim Mansur

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Jun 022022
 


In light of the history and status of Canada in the geopolitical world conveyed by our guest Salim Mansur, Canada’s current involvement in Ukraine makes it clear that its foreign policy has not been crafted in the interests of Canadians.

Without any due process or public debate, the Canadian government has joined the United Nations’ globalist effort to cause a “regime change” in Russia. “Putin and his henchmen are war criminals,” outrageously declared Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, in projecting her own culpability in supporting Ukraine’s neo-nazis onto Putin.

Canada has no legitimate role in Ukraine that serves either the interests or security of Canadians. Worse, Canada is supporting the true war criminals in the Ukraine conflict. Without a clearly defined foreign policy that puts Canada first, suggests Salim, Canada will be forever acting in the interests of a globalist agenda.

It seems that “foreign to reason” may be the simplest way to describe Canada’s foreign policy in a way that’s Just Right.

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760 – Projecting a state of freedom | Derek Proulx

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May 262022
 


“Live free or die” is the state motto of New Hampshire, and our guest Derek Proulx, a volunteer with the Free State Project elaborates: “…for death is not the worst of evils – slavery is.”

The strategy behind the project depends upon attracting a significant number of liberty-minded activists to a single state, one with a low enough population to effectively enable them to lobby and influence the local culture so as to elect more freedom-oriented political representatives to local governments.

Remarkably, there are other similar projects springing up, such as one now underway in Alberta involving the separation of that province from the rest of Canada. Its proponents argue that Alberta must be freed from the tyranny and “abuse” of the federal government.

But why these strategies? It appears the realization that freedom-loving people are a minority is causing many of them to create a refuge from the submissive majority. The success of their efforts is being measured against how well a particular ‘free state’ can maintain its independence and freedom segregated from the majority culture.

In the short run, this strategy can be judged successful but the greater challenge – and long term danger – still remains. A free state cannot long co-exist next to a tyrannical state, let alone within one, as is the case with provinces and states within their republics or confederations. History and logic both demonstrate that the more dominant state will inevitably rule the smaller.

Thus the necessity of inculcating a philosophy and deep understanding of the nature of individual freedom remains an eternal task, one that must be directed beyond the confines of a segregated jurisdiction
. Establishing a universal awareness and appreciation of freedom’s profound virtue and benefits is a cultural pre-requisite towards establishing any free state – or free nation – or free world – in a manner that’s Just Right.

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