Mar 262020
 


Recent drastic actions taken by various global governments have called into question the wisdom of their forcing a ‘cure’ on the populace that is far worse than the disease.

“Facts. Not fear,” proclaim Canadian government officials as they proceed to terrify Canadians from coast to coast about the coronavirus. Yet the only ‘facts’ offered are meaningless statistics such as, for example, citing “688 cases with 5 in hospital and 19 deaths.”

How do these statistics (which are dwarfed by comparative statistics related to a host of other viral infections) possibly justify any of the actions being taken by our politicians? Do our politicians know something we don’t know? If so, not telling us is as big a crime as one can imagine.

We have been told that this is being done “to protect the health and safety of Canadians.” We have been told that this is being done “to flatten the curve and plank the curve.” We have been told that things “will get worse before they get better.” Continue reading »

China’s crimes against humanity | Salim Mansur

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Mar 232020
 

Communist China’s mishandling of the novel coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent deaths are a direct result of their authoritarian rulers who should be indicted for crimes against humanity says Professor Salim Mansur of Western University.

Misinformation, disinformation, outright lies, and cover-ups are business as usual for the Chinese Communist Party which has already been responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of their citizens since the revolution of 1949.

In light of the current health crisis, the rest of the world should reconsider its cozy relationship with China and treat them as the adversary to individual freedom that they are.

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646 – Viral panic-demic about COVID-19 (made in China)

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Mar 192020
 


In the big picture of life, viruses are perfectly normal, and we’ve learned to live with all kinds of them; cold viruses, flu viruses, sexually transmitted viruses, and the list goes on. We have learned to accept them as part of the risk we face in living life.

And now there’s the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Declared by the World Health Organization to be a pandemic, it has created a global ‘panic-demic’ unlike anything experienced by current generations.

Even though no one is running wild in the streets, many consider our ‘shut-down’ current state of affairs concerning COVID19 to be an over-reaction, a threat to our fundamental liberties, or perhaps even some kind of conspiracy created to cover up another more real threat.

It is important to note that a ‘pandemic’ only refers to a new virus affecting a high proportion of the population. It is not related to the severity of an illness, or to the number of fatalities associated with an illness. Continue reading »

Globalism: The Threat of Our Age – Salim Mansur

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Mar 032020
 

“Globalism is the instrument by which the progressive alliance is out to strip away the unalienable rights of free people and their sovereign states,” says Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University.

In this in-depth discussion with Just Right Media’s Robert Vaughan, Professor Mansur delves deep into the history of the globalist agenda. From its philosophic roots dating back to Karl Marx and Immanuel Kant to the formation of the United Nations to the many pretexts for control and power, he covers the many facets of globalism to put this complex and sinister movement into perspective.

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COVID-19 – Globalism’s black swan | Salim Mansur

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Feb 282020
 

Salim Mansur joins Robert Vaughan in a candid discussion of the fallout from COVID-19 and the world’s love affair with the communist state which has brought so much suffering to its people.

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643 – Canada’s crisis: from alienation to alien nations?

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Feb 272020
 


Canada is in crisis. In many ways, that crisis is similar to that faced by the European Union and its recent loss of Britain as a constituent member of that union.

In this, the second part of our conversation with Dr Salim Mansur, professor emeritus of political science at Western University, we discover that the fluid dynamics of the nation-state can easily lead to alienation ‘within’ nations. When interests and common values once shared instead become a source of conflict and cause for national divisions, the resulting alienation may lead to the literal formation of alien nations.

Given the rise and fall of the nation-state throughout history, it is clear that nations are far more fragile than most people generally perceive. The temporary duration of the various political structures under which humankind has been governed or ruled throughout history merits due consideration.

After having considered the state of the unions known as Britain, Europe, and America, our attention now turns to Canada, the country that many consider to be the ‘odd man out’ with regard to the most recent political shifts in the Anglosphere. Continue reading »

642 – State of the unions: Britain—Europe—America | Salim Mansur

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Feb 202020
 


With the realization of Britain’s Brexit, the subsequent shrinking of the European Union, and U.S. President Donald Trump’s popular presidency based on ‘putting America first,’ the idea of ‘globalism and a borderless world’ has suffered a serious setback.

It is a metaphysical necessity that all political organization and activity, irrespective of its nature, requires a jurisdictional structure within which all of the activity takes place. Every political jurisdiction is defined by geographic borders, nor could it be otherwise.

The various political structures under which humanity has been governed or ruled have taken many forms. Among them: an empire, a commonwealth, a kingdom, a republic, a common market, a federation, a state, a province, a union, a nation, a country, a municipality (city, town, village), a region, a territory, etc.

It is significant to note that when the U.S. president annually addresses Americans, his address is not called the State of the ‘Nation,’ but is instead called the State of the ‘Union’. This speaks to a profound distinction regarding the independent nature of the political units being so identified – and the people who live within them.

In this first of a two-part discussion with Dr. Salim Mansur (professor emeritus of political science at Western University), we are guided through a brief history of the rise and fall of nation states. The temporary duration of the various political structures under which humankind has been governed or ruled throughout history – even very recent history – merits due consideration.

In the final analysis, it appears that whatever form a particular political jurisdiction takes, there is never one that can be considered to be Just Right without the consenting support of those who live within its borders.

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