Jun 032021
 


In attempting to end our current authoritarian regime and to re-assert individual rights, it might be useful to discover how individuals ever triumphed over authoritarianism in the first place. It is a journey that can take us back to biblical days.

Individualism arose from the collective, not the other way round, asserts our guest Salim Mansur. It arose when individuals began to question authority, a theme illustrated by the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Having eaten fruit from the ‘tree of knowledge,’ that knowledge itself produced the phenomenon and recognition of free will and individual choice.

It is a mistake to speak of individualism as if it stands in complete isolation from any collective (not to be confused with collectivism). Paradoxically the terms ‘individualism’ and ‘individual rights’ have absolutely no meaning or context without some identifiable collective against which they can be contrasted – and which enshrines those values as being fundamental to that collective.

Today, many nations, provinces, and other jurisdictions no longer protect or defend the very individual rights that once justified their democratic and legal authority. Instead, their politicians and governments routinely violate these rights. They have apparently discovered that throughout history, fear has been the successful pretext for abridging individual freedom, and it is no different today. Continue reading »

704 – The Ford Reich—Ontario’s fascist variant

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Apr 292021
 


When University of Western Ontario professor Donald Welsh compared Ontario’s COVID strategies to the Holocaust, he was roundly condemned by the Ford government’s spokesperson Ivana Yelich: “These inflammatory comments are totally unacceptable. Nothing should ever be compared to the Holocaust.”

And with that, she proved the professor’s case. Indeed, it is a failure to compare today’s events in Ontario with those of the Holocaust (and other similar historical parallels) that should be considered both an intellectual and moral crime. To suggest that ‘nothing’ should ever be compared to the Holocaust is a call to ignore the lessons of history – and to promote totalitarianism and tyranny – two singular realities that have emerged from Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative Party in Ontario.

Yelich’s statement is also an extraordinary insult to those who suffered under the evil fascist philosophies of the Holocaust – historical versions of the very philosophy and policy of today’s Ford’s government. But most importantly, it was a veiled attempt to prevent looking in the mirror, and to prevent the public from seeing the Ford government in its true philosophical light – fascist.

“For 14 months, we have all been part of a highly dangerous experiment. It was foisted upon us, without consent, by a radical group of public health fundamentalists. These extremists have terrorized civil society and attempted to shut down and destroy free thought,” tweeted Professor Welsh in a perfect and accurate description of a fascist state.

Bravo Professor Welsh! Those who have accused you of expressing ‘offensive’ statements are themselves the ones who are offensive.

We encourage everyone to follow the example of Professor Welsh because he got it Just Right and had the courage to say so.

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Apr 222021
 


The global chorus of identical voices emanating from the COVID vaccine propaganda machine has reached a new crescendo. Among those voices is Ontario’s fascist premier Doug Ford who recently turned the province into a literal police state – save for the fact that the police themselves refused to cooperate.

But the fascist efforts continue unabated nonetheless. Even the victims of vaccine propaganda have become propagandists themselves, driven by the very fear and ignorance that the propaganda engendered.

What is particularly startling about all the ‘vaccine’ propaganda is how uncritically so many people accept outright lies and demonstrably false information as being valid. This is beyond tragic, especially considering the thousands upon thousands of adverse reactions to what are not vaccines, but various experimental genetic modifiers (gene therapy) being fraudulently presented to the public as actual vaccines.

The incredible gulf between a growing number of doctors on the health care frontlines and the official medical establishment’s continuing stance on the COVID ‘vaccines’ has revealed an official agenda that warrants criminal sanctions. Officials have grossly and fraudulently inflated the number of deaths caused by COVID while simultaneously grossly and fraudulently deflating the number of deaths and crippling consequences of the vaccines themselves. Continue reading »

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 »

Feb 112021
 


The phenomenon known as ‘Q’ or ‘Qanon’ has increasingly attracted the condemnation and criticism of the mainstream media. That’s a sure sign that there is something about ‘Q’ that warrants our attention, something the ‘deep state’ does not want discussed.

Following dashed expectations that there would be some kind of major military action taken against various members of the ‘deep state’ by inauguration day (as predicted in some ‘Q’ narratives), many of ‘Q’s followers began to accuse the movement of being a ‘psyop’ operation for the ‘deep state’ itself. To add insult to injury, critics continue to associate clearly outrageous conspiracy theories with ‘Q’ followers. In so doing, they are attempting to deflect attention from those narratives more closely resembling the truth.

This has caused a deep ‘rift’ within the ‘Q’ movement, with the disappointed and demoralized side now accusing the other of suffering from ‘hopium,’ a term coined to describe the unwarranted optimism associated with those remaining faithful to the greater ‘Q’ narrative. 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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