An open discussion on the erosion of free speech in Canada by People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report, and Dr. David Haskell. Hosted by Frank Vaughan with introductory remarks by Professor Emeritus Dr. Salim Mansur.
The event was attended by approximately 1,000 people, in a theatre which seated 1,049, despite the intimidating threats by protesters.
We end this complete presentation with Just Right Media interviews of Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin, and Dr. Haskell.
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Maxime Bernier, Leader of the People’s Party of Canada, was in London, Ontario on September 10th to talk about the cost of Multiculturalism with London North Centre candidate and Just Right contributor Salim Mansur at a rally of about 300 people.
Introductions by Just Right Media’s Robert Vaughan who was wearing his campaign manager’s hat for the event.
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Taking a break from the People’s Party of Canada Candidates Conference in Gatineau, Quebec PPC candidates Mark Friesen, Frank Vaughan, David Haskell, Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson, and Ivan Pak speak freely about three of the most provocative issues in Canada: globalism, Islamism, and immigration.
It is safe to say that no other political party would allow such candor.
This is a Just Right Media exclusive made possible by the financial support of our fans. Thank you very much to all who contributed to have Bob and Robert in Gatineau for the People’s Party of Canada Candidates Convention.
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National Post columnist Conrad Black has suggested that U.S. president Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will work together to “strengthen the Anglosphere, the most positive force in world affairs for 200 years.” It’s an effort supported by our guest Salim Mansur (professor emeritus of political science at Western University) who joins us to offer his insights to the multi-dimensional aspects of this ‘positive force’ in a way rarely understood or appreciated.
Are the values of the Anglosphere the same as Western values? Many might answer this question in the affirmative, but the comparison is not as straightforward as one might expect.
While many nations not part of the Anglosphere have indeed become westernized, it would be a mistake to conclude that these nations now share similar cultures or values. Understanding how these differences impact on the controversial issues of culture and multiculturalism goes a long way towards discovering a solution to many problems facing a so-called ‘multi-cultural’ West.
From the origins of a unique British-American relationship, to the impacting events of recent Western history, Salim guides us on a historical path rarely traveled. He paints the picture that identifies multiculturalism as a central force driving a myriad of contemporary political issues including: immigration and migration, climate change, media censorship, sexuality and gender, and of course, the threat of socialism and communism.
With the continued ascendancy of the Left in the West, any efforts to strengthen the Anglosphere have a long way to go before things turn in the direction that is Just Right; they will demand an eternal vigilance throughout the rest of a history yet to be written.
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Following a dramatic turn of events, Just Right’s regular contributor Salim Mansur has joined the team of Maxime Bernier’s newly-formed PEOPLE’S PARTY of CANADA (PPC) and will be that party’s candidate for London-North-Centre as Canadians head towards the October 21 federal election. Both Salim and Maxime join us today to tell a story that you will likely not hear in the mainstream media.
Having already spent ten months campaigning to be nominated as the Conservative Party (CPC) candidate for the riding, Salim’s Conservative candidacy was rejected on the grounds that his views would be considered ‘Islamophobic,’ one of many critical issues that the Conservative Party refuses to discuss. Given that Salim’s views on Islamism have long been known far and wide, it is disgraceful that the CPC allowed him to campaign on that party’s behalf for so long before rejecting his candidacy. And of course, the irony that Salim is a Muslim himself cannot be escaped.
Fortunately, Salim’s voice will not be silenced, thanks to Maxime Bernier’s principled support of freedom of speech.
What the experiences of both Salim and Maxime illustrate is that the Conservative Party of Andrew Scheer is no different that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party. A political victory for either of those parties represents a clear loss for Canada and the Canadian people.Continue reading »
It is fitting that during a week in which both Canada and the United States have celebrated their nationhood, that the very nature of what it means to ‘be’ a nation is our topic of discussion. Can a nation with ‘open borders’ still be considered a nation? Can a nation that has incompatible cultures within its borders still be considered a nation?
Dr. Salim Mansur, professor emeritus of political science at Western University, whose outspoken opinions on this issue are considered ‘politically incorrect,’ nevertheless offers a politically incorrect prescription that he believes would reverse the growing cultural divide created by ‘multi-culturalism’: Assimilate!
Given North America’s successful history of cultural integration and assimilation into what has been called the ‘melting pot’, Canada’s about-turn in 1967 represented a cultural regression that would undo the hard won positive results that defined its first hundred years as a true nation.Continue reading »
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Audio as broadcast on WBCQ
Tuberculosis, typhoid fever, bubonic plague, rampant homelessness, lack of sanitation, exploding rat population – third-world hell hole? Nope, that’s insulting to third-world hell holes. This isn’t Venezuela, it is Los Angeles, in the United States of America, the most prosperous country in the world.
Leftist policies breed poverty and despair no matter where they are tried, whether it be Caracas or San Francisco.
Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss how best to deal with the damage done by socialism.