Salim Mansur – Seven questions on migration, immigration, and multiculturalism

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May 062019
 

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, is currently campaigning to become the Conservative candidate in the riding of London North Centre and in this presentation he responds to a letter he received from a citizen in that riding on questions of migration, immigration, and multiculturalism.

Salim, has been a frequent contributor to Just Right Media.

Who Speaks For Canada?

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Mar 312019
 



Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University, condemns Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as a globalist demagogue who has no mandate to speak for Canada or Canadians.

Feb 182019
 

In the latest presentation from our friend Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University, he sends a powerful message to Canadians that our policies of both multiculturalism and open immigration are incompatible with the founding classical liberal values of our country.

“We have to un-elect the existing Liberal government. We have to get rid of Justin Trudeau. And we have to get rid of this whole notion of multiculturalism based upon the premise that all cultures are equal. Because all cultures are not equal. The founding culture of Canada is not equal to the culture of the Taliban, or to the cultures of the people coming from the Middle East, or from Africa. We are a unique culture. We are a culture of classical liberal values and we have to defend that.”

Video – The multicultural lie – Salim Mansur

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Feb 052019
 

“All cultures are not equal. Never have been.

“The cultures of the Taliban, the cultures of the Bedouin and nomads of North Africa or Sahara or Arabian desert, the culture that accepts female genital mutilation or promotes polygamy is not a culture that is equal to a culture that is based upon the rights of individuals, freedom, the culture that has landed man on the moon, that has decoded the DNA.”

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University, takes us on a trip through Canadian history to show how Canada has gone from being a nation founded on the uniquely Western values of individual rights and freedom to a country without a “core identity” as Justin Trudeau has so proudly crowed.

Salim begins at the beginning with the BNA Act, proceeds to the Bilingualism and Bicultural Commission of 1967, the Air India bombing of 1985, the ethnic silos in our major cities, and ends with the impending appeasement of the Muslim community as they come to this country by the tens of thousands demanding that Canada accommodate their backward culture.

The result is a country made up not of individuals but of groups and ethnic tribes competing for political influence and power. A country of rudderless political parties willing to sell the country’s soul to get the favour of hyphenated Canadians and, most importantly, their votes. The worst culprit has been the Liberal Party of Canada beginning with Pierre Trudeau and coming full circle with his son, Justin.

Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada have accelerated Canada’s decline as a once-proud country to become, as Trudeau has claimed, the first “post-national state.” In his rush to follow in his father’s footsteps he has subjected us to increased acts of terrorism, a complete disregard for immigration laws as evidenced by those crossing the border illegally and being met with open-arms, and a cultural shift away from individual freedom and towards ethnic conflict and Sharia.

DMS 043 – The other side of the coin

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Jan 132019
 

Are the symbols, artwork, and historic figures that appear on our money always appropriate to the medium? Or do some serve a sinister purpose? Those are just two of the broader questions considered by Danielle and Robert as they reflect on what appears to be more of Justin Trudeau’s political ‘virtue signaling’ on Canada’s currency.

While few would contest the various social advancements that occurred in Canada with regard to racial and sexual issues, they are certainly not unique to this country, nor do they represent the essentials on which the country is based.

Though seemingly only symbolic, the numerous changes to Canadian currency reflect a certain lack of respect for the principles upon which the country was founded. Canada’s essential history is being subtly re-written to destroy the political substance of the nation, and to advance a ‘social history’ based on the current victim culture narrative.

There is a lacking sense of permanence to Canadian currency; it has a ‘disposable look’ and – inflation aside – seems to be treated as such by the Canadian government. As they say, ‘just follow the money,’ though in this case doing so reveals a vision of a planned socialist future, not of a historic past. Fiat money should reflect the geographic (jurisdiction) and political identity (uniting purpose) of a nation, not the propaganda of a given day. Continue reading »

Video – Capitalism vs The United Nations – The Story of Bangladesh

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Jan 092019
 

The failure of the United Nations model of aiding developing countries by doling out money to their governments has failed because it is a top-down model of wealth distribution not unlike the model used, with no success, by the former Soviet Union.

Bangladesh, once called a “basket case” by Henry Kissinger, suffered the same fate as every other country where the government received foreign aid. The aid never reached the people most in need of it.

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus of Grameen Bank has demonstrated that micro-lending directly to the people is the best way to break the cycle of poverty. His bottom-up model of capitalism is the success story that is modern Bangladesh.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University tells the story of that once war-torn and poverty stricken country and how one man, Muhammad Yunus turned it into a prospering nation.

Video – Justin Trudeau and the Canadian media sellout ~ Salim Mansur

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Jan 082019
 


As part of the Global Compact For Migration Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has dutifully offered up $595 million to “sensitize and educate” Canadian media professionals. This buyout will go to “trusted” media outlets selected by journalists hand-picked by the Liberal government.

Salim Mansur, professor emeritus at Western University, explains the implications for such blatant largess, from the independence of a free press to the role Canada under Justin Trudeau is playing in the broader United Nations agenda for a global empire.