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 »

Trump alone | Salim Mansur

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Jan 252021
 

Banned on YouTube!

Join Salim Mansur and Robert Vaughan as they discuss Trump’s legacy in the wake of the rigged election. YouTube, being complicit in the far-Left coup which saw the usurper Joe Biden installed as “President,” has removed this video from their site on the grounds that it violated their new Orwellian-sounding “Election Integrity policy”

Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of any past U.S. presidential election (Note: this applies to elections in the United States only). For the U.S. 2020 presidential election, this applies to content uploaded on or after December 9, 2020.

A policy clearly designed to silence any discussion on the obvious and well-documented rigging of the US 2020 election in favour of Biden.

Here we have linked to the video on our Rumble channel. It may also be found on our BitChute channel.


Hindsight is 20/20, however, when you do not have all the facts, hindsight becomes just as speculative as foresight. This is the case as we look back at the Trump presidency. Without all of the facts, with so much fake news, with baseless innuendo heaped upon Trump from all quarters, an accurate assessment of his presidency comes with some risk.

Before the installment of Joseph Biden on January 20th, retired Lt. General Thomas McInerney posited that Trump was either the greatest president in US history or the worst—possibly the worst for allowing a Marxist group to get away with rigging an election with the aid of Communist China.

Professor Salim Mansur of Western University, in his100th appearance on a Just Right Media production, looks back at the Trump presidency and concludes that Donald Trump was indeed one of the greatest American presidents. He reminds us that from day one Trump was a man alone in the wilderness. He was hampered and often hamstrung by the deep state and the fake news media.

It would be unfair to suggest that Trump could have done anything to bring to justice those responsible for the massive election fraud which brought Joseph Biden to power. Salim contends that in the end, it was clear to see that nobody had Trump’s back, not the Department of Justice, not the military generals, not even his own Vice President who took the role of Brutus on that fateful January 6th. Those responsible for the downfall of the United States are getting off scot-free for their treason. More egregious is that Red China now has a puppet in the highest office of the land.

With 20/20 foresight we can say that Joseph Biden will be a willing toady to the dictates of Beijing and a servant of the deep state, a deep state which now, undoubtedly, considers the presidency of Donald Trump to be just a temporary bump in the road.

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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Civil War | Salim Mansur

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Jan 112021
 

“A civil war has broken out” asserts Professor Emeritus Salim Mansur. It is the deep state, the swamp, against the legitimate President of the United States, Donald Trump.

While the fog of war still lies over Washington since the events of January 6th, 2021, it’s anybody’s guess how this will all play out. There is precedence, however, that Trump has every right, as did President Lincoln long before him, to wage war against those operatives of the Deep State, including Speaker, Nancy Pelosi who have tried, illegally, to overthrow him and his Presidency.

There’s No Such Thing as a Palestinian | Paul Lambert & Salim Mansur

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Nov 132020
 

Amid the Arab/Israeli conflict lies the false narrative that those people living in the West Bank and Gaza are indigenous to that area and are under occupation by Israel. Our guest, Paul Lambert, AKA P.L. Edwardsson, takes issue with this perception in his book “There’s No Such Thing as a Palestinian.”

Joining Robert Vaughan to discuss Paul’s book is Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Western University.

Paul’s book is available at Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions.

668 – From the rule of law to the law of rule

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Aug 202020
 


For those cognizant of the facts, it can no longer be denied that the whole COVID-19 pandemic has been an orchestrated fraud from the very beginning. Worse, it is a political/criminal conspiracy, comprised of politicians, government health officials, the mainstream media, and various corporate interests.

Sadly, there will always be those who find this difficult to believe or accept. Those who swallow the daily overdose of propaganda about COVID-19 being spewed by the mainstream media and by our politicians still do not understand the nature of the fear that they have been forced to endure. Its cause is fascism, not the SARS CoV-2 virus.

For hard evidence, just look at what is already happening right now in Victoria Australia, a horrifying scenario mirroring precisely the plans already being implemented by all globalist politicians in Canada, the United States and Europe – at every level of government.

It’s remarkable how many people remain unaware that, thanks to the COVID-19 conspiracy, parts of Australia have been turned into a literal police state, no different from communist China. The mainstream media does not want the world to realize that the Australian experience is a clear example of the ‘new normal’ they so eagerly anticipate.
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638 – Cause and defect—Playing the blame game over Iran’s downing of Flight 752

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Jan 232020
 


Under a cloak of plausible deniability, Iran has argued that its downing of Ukrainian Flight 752 over Tehran was both ‘accidental’ and ‘caused’ by Trump’s ordering the killing of Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani. Indeed, many argue that this tragedy would never have happened “if President Donald Trump had not decided to kill that Iranian general.”

While this may indeed be so, it is not proof of causality. ‘Motivation’ alone is not a ‘cause’. Iran could have chosen to respond in a myriad of different ways. To argue that Trump’s decision ‘caused’ the downing of Flight 752 is defective logic. For Iran, It is a narrative constructed to avoid taking direct responsibility for its unconscionable action.

Whether in physics or in the realm of human behavior, ‘causes’ are not metaphysical realities; they are an epistemological phenomenon. In other words, by assigning a ‘cause’ to a specific consequence, we are in reality constructing a narrative for some given purpose or objective. In this case, that purpose consists of assigning moral responsibility to some individual, group or government in the pursuit of justice.

Therefore the real question that bears asking is this: Were the actions of Iran justifiable given the circumstances? The correct answer depends upon the standards of one’s judgement. Continue reading »