May 282020
 

More than being a demonstrated lifesaving treatment in fighting the COVID-19 virus (SARS CoV-2), hydroxychloroquine has now become a symbol of the fundamental political divide regarding the government-mandated lockdown.

Donald Trump’s recent announcement that he is personally using hydroxychloroquine was a direct challenge to negative mainstream media narratives about the drug. It was also a direct attack against those on the Left determined to keep the COVID-19 lockdown in effect for as long as possible, no matter how many people may die or suffer in the process.

In many jurisdictions around the world, it may appear that the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown is slowly ending, but the reality is that it is incrementally being extended – indefinitely – as politicians seek to entrench their recently exercised undemocratic powers over the rest of us. Political threats to repeatedly shut down areas of the economy on the basis of future COVID-19 statistics means that the economy may never be able to recover.

Tragically, at the root of all the shutdown strategies lies a single priority: the protection of healthcare ‘systems,’ a priority placed above that of protecting the lives of the people forced to deal with those systems. When the pandemic began, ‘flattening the curve’ to prevent hospitals from being overrun was the first and only stated objective of the shutdown. Today, the continued rationale for the shutdown is anybody’s guess, as it can change by the hour, and often does. But the priority hasn’t changed even though politicians insist their motivations are based on ‘saving lives.’

By placing the public spotlight on his use of hydroxychloroquine, Trump boldly demonstrated how ‘saving lives’ is not the goal of the mainstream media or the Left. Once again, Trump brilliantly did what was Just Right: he exposed the hypocrisy of those who claim to be motivated by ‘saving lives’ while simultaneously opposed to the use of that which is life-saving.

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May 212020
 

Professor Emeritus Salim Mansur of Western University comments on the latest scandal emanating from the American political swamp. Obamagate, as it has been called by President Trump, pales by comparison to the Watergate scandal of 1972.

The accusations being made against the Obama Whitehouse are that the former Democratic President knew about Spygate from its beginning and was complicit in involving the CIA, FBI, and DOJ in the surveillance of a political rival during an election.

Against this backdrop of supposed malfeasance lurks a sycophantic and duplicitous media ignoring one of the biggest cases of wrongdoing ever to take place in the United States.

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Two flew over the cuckoo’s nest | Salim Mansur

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Apr 112020
 

The current drastic measures to reduce the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus have people so much on edge that it is difficult to believe that we can come out of this unscathed psychologically and culturally.

Since 2001 most of us, especially those born since then, have become inured to a culture of surveillance but, with the current pandemic, we seem to be entering into an informant culture where everyone is suspected to be a possible bio-weapon.

Professor Salim Mansur likens our current predicament to Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest with only a few of us realizing that we are in an institution for the insane.

This is a precarious time where the West’s very culture of individual freedom is in peril of being lost forever. Our situation is made all the worse since we are tacitly committing ourselves into an asylum of our own making.

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Donald J. Trump — A leader for our time | Salim Mansur

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Mar 252020
 

There have been times throughout history where a particular moment calls for a certain type of person to lead. World War II had its Churchill. The American Civil War had its LIncoln. The Falklands War had Margaret Thatcher. Today with a lethal pandemic not seen since the 1918 Spanish Flu the world has Donald J. Trump.

No other leader but President Trump has acted so quickly in response to this crisis, restricting travel, reducing regulation, putting together a relief package, and finally recognizing that, in the end, the economy must not be destroyed in the process and a balance must be found.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, puts President Trump amongst the greatest leaders in history as we watch this disease spread, destroying lives and economies as it goes.

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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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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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