Aug 052021
 


In mid-July, Ontario Premier Doug Ford suggested that Ontario would not be implementing a so-called ‘vaccine passport’ despite his government’s having previously suggested otherwise. But at the same time, private businesses and retailers in Ontario have been implementing their own versions of this divisive concept, some insisting that only those vaccinated may enter their premises, while others insist that those vaccinated may not enter their premises.

Either way, these establishments are guilty of discrimination and should be held accountable for these discriminatory practices. So says our guest Paul McKeever in a position paper developed for the Freedom Party of Ontario.

“Outlaw vaccination discrimination now!” suggests Paul, applying arguments and principles rarely heard (or understood) in the discussion of this very serious controversy. Up till now, the issue has been polarized and argued in an intellectual, moral, and philosophical vacuum, with each side blind to the strict context within which such a discussion is valid – the context of free trade. Continue reading »

Maxime Bernier discusses his arrest in Manitoba

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Jun 222021
 

Maxime Bernier’s arrest in Manitoba on June 11 was unprecedented in Canadian history and yet went virtually unreported by the legacy Canadian media. In this interview with Robert Vaughan, Mr. Bernier describes how he has been cancelled by the media for political reasons.

Also discussed is his insulting treatment by the RCMP, the recent federal court decision on the constitutionality of Justin Trudeau’s quarantine hotels, the New Brunswick government’s admission that they are indeed infringing on peoples Charter rights, and Mr. Bernier’s promise of a Royal Commission into the handling of the pandemic should his People’s Party of Canada be elected to Parliament.

This video is also available on Just Right Media’s Rumble channel here.

UNDRIP and the perversion of rights | Ron Vaillant

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Apr 132021
 

Western nations are committing cultural and national suicide if they adapt their laws to conform to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). Canada is leading the race to oblivion as a nation-state as all major political parties are pushing through legislation (Bill C-15) that will give the globalists in the UN everything they are asking for.

Our guest Ron Vaillant is one man trying to bring attention to the proposed legislation. He makes it clear that even though the Canadian media are, for the most part, ignoring it, this is perhaps the biggest issue in the country, an issue that will have devastating results for all Canadians for generations to come, forever altering the very structure of our government and the foundation of our nation.

This video is also available on our Rumble channel here.

Apr 012021
 


“History is made by minorities – or, more precisely, history is made by intellectual movements, which are created by minorities. Who belongs to these minorities? Anyone who is able and willing to actively concern himself with intellectual issues.” – Ayn Rand

Along with their global counterparts, Canadian politicians have become willing collaborators in a plan to establish global fascism. Leading the charge is Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, an avowed admirer of totalitarian government. As a globalist himself, Trudeau does not represent Canadians but instead represents a small group of evil individuals who have made no secret of their plans to destroy the West and all Western values.

Canadians are reliving a very familiar political pattern in history, not unlike that of the Vichy government in France during the last world war. Then, as now, the greatest weapon threatening the fascist German government was freedom of speech – and the power of the ideas being spread by those in the resistance.

“The battle of human history is fought and determined by those who are predominantly consistent, those who, for good or evil, are committed to and motivated by their chosen psycho-epistemology and its corollary view of existence,” observed Ayn Rand. Continue reading »

697 – Questioning authority in an authoritarian dystopia

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Mar 112021
 


“Question authority before authority questions you.”

Let’s hope that it is not too late to apply these words of wisdom in the authoritarian dystopia that has descended upon us under the pretense of protecting us from a virus. Sadly, there is a substantive portion of the population that not only refuses to question authority, it openly welcomes authority – an authority without accountability.

That would be tragic enough, but many of these authoritarians refuse to allow others to question authority. It’s a prescription for generating fear and blind obedience.

Benjamin Franklin warned that “It is the first responsibility of every citizen to question authority” while Albert Einstein noted that “Blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of truth.” Continue reading »

691 – First installment: Joe Biden’s stolen presidency | Salim Mansur

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Jan 282021
 


Joe Biden’s assumption of the presidency on January 6 was no ‘inauguration’ but an ‘installment’ insists professor emeritus of political science (University of Western Ontario) Salim Mansur.

In the wake of a stolen election backed by evidence witnessed by millions, the legitimacy of Biden’s presidency is simply not accepted by a probable majority of Americans. Election fraud aside, the real majority can be seen in the contrast between the huge crowds supporting Trump’s constitutional challenge following the November 3 elections and the near zero support for Biden, whose agenda is to destroy the constitutional principles upon which America was founded.

The legitimacy of any presidency depends upon the consent of “we the people” explains Salim, and right now it is the deep state and not the people that is in charge of the American government. Given the court’s refusal to apply the principles and provisions that would have constitutionally resolved the disputed election results, America’s electoral process can no longer be trusted as one capable of reflecting the will of “we the people.”

Trump’s January 6 departure from the White House marks the end of a period in which Americans and the world at large were awakened to two major realities: ‘fake’ news and ‘fake’ elections. While the mainstream ‘fake’ news media continues to deny either reality, the so-called ‘deep state’ also continues to push its globalist agenda. Continue reading »

Jan 142021
 


The inexplicable frenzy with which the Democrats continue to fear and harass Donald Trump belies their claim to any legitimate electoral victory. Whether one believes that Donald Trump has conceded the presidency or whether he can still take action to retain office, America’s political danger moving forward concerns an issue that transcends the presidency itself.

America’s democracy is in crisis due to electoral fraud that – in effect – uses bullets to invalidate ballots. Beyond the electoral fraud itself, another one of those ‘bullets’ is the mainstream media that to this day continues to manufacture a false narrative about events at the Capitol on January 6. Added to a daily barrage of fake news constituting the core of a massive fraud, many have been led into supporting anti-Trump narratives that are completely false, something they may not have done in light of the truth.

Because force and fraud are two means by which to obviate consent, such actions are normally considered criminal – but apparently not in politics. Thus a key electoral question needs to be resolved: shall we resort to ballots or bullets?

In a sense, it can be argued that every ballot is ‘backed by a bullet’. Because when votes are cast for government representatives, it must never be forgotten that force is what they are governing.

The ultimate moral and electoral choice facing us is, as always, a binary one. We must choose between voting to use the ‘bullet’ of government as a tool to violate the rights to life liberty and property, or voting to use it as a means to defend those principles in a manner that is Just Right.

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