Jul 302020
 

Is it torture? Yes it is. Actions taken by world governments in managing the COVID-19 crisis have employed documented techniques used in the psychological torture of prisoners. And the objective is the same: submission.

It is no longer possible to pretend that health concerns are behind any of the official narratives regarding SARS CoV-2. Today’s accumulated evidence and relevant statistics do not even support the notion that there was ever a crisis in the first place. It was all a distraction to disarm us from being able to defend our individual rights and freedoms.

The continuing global COVID-19 lockdown threats, the mandating of wearing masks, false propaganda, social distancing, limiting the number of people with whom one can freely associate, etc., are all calculated to torture the populace into submission – as an end in itself. This is no conspiracy theory or speculation; it is the explicitly announced goal behind these actions, as described by the very people who are imposing them.

Thanks to a 24/7 constant barrage of media propaganda about COVID-19 ‘cases,’ a significant percentage of the public continues to dwell in ignorance (and fear!) about the realities of this pandemic non-crisis. This is compounded by the fact that valid and authoritative information about COVID-19 and related issues like wearing masks and social distancing is being impeded from reaching them. It’s criminal, given that thousands of lives are thus being intentionally sacrificed all for the sake of maintaining a false narrative.
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662 – Trump trumps Trudeau on values and vision

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Jul 092020
 


Both Canada and the United States commemorated the founding of their respective nations during the first week of July.

Due to a mutual history that can be traced back to Magna Carta, each nation has generally enjoyed similar rights and freedoms despite their differing constitutional structures. Not surprisingly, each nation suffers from the same internal – and eternal – ideological conflicts and challenges.

Determined to celebrate America’s Independence Day and the principles on which America was founded, U.S. President Donald Trump declared that “No nation has done more to advance the human condition than the United States of America.” Against the backdrop of Mount Rushmore, Trump passionately recalled many of America’s founders and heroes, all who contributed to the fabric and greatness of his country.

In stark contrast, Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau cancelled his country’s traditional Canada Day celebrations and then released a Canada Day message completely disparaging of the country:“What makes Canada special is not that we know that this is the best country in the world; it’s that we know that it could be.” Continue reading »

In defense of heroes | Salim Mansur

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Jul 082020
 

Celebrating the founding of one’s country should be a joyous occasion but the recent marking of Independence Day and Canada Day have been marred in both countries. In the United States, we see a concerted effort on the part of the Left and the Democratic Party to destroy their nation. In Canada, all celebrations were cancelled under the pretext of health and safety and under orders from a Prime Minister who said that Canada is the first “post-national state” which has no “core identity.”

Regardless of attempts by the Marxists of both countries to destroy the very foundations of their nationhood people in the United States were treated to a magnificent display at Mount Rushmore by a truly patriotic president. In Canada we witnessed a gathering of some 10,000 patriots on Parliament Hill, defying the dictates of their unpatriotic rulers.

Professor Salim Mansur was one of those on Parliament Hill in Ottawa who exercised his right to freely assemble and his right to protest the actions of a Prime Minister bent on destroying his country. He also was uplifted by President Donald Trump’s speech at Mount Rushmore—a speech that praised the United States as a nation founded on reason and equality for all.

In this interview, Professor Mansur tells us of his trip to Ottawa to be with his fellow patriots on Canada Day and he offers us his analyses of President Trump’s stirring speech in defense of heroes.

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Canada is not racist—In defense of Rex Murphy | Salim Mansur

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Jun 092020
 

National Post contributor and journalist, Rex Murphy’s observation that Canada is not a racist country has rankled the Liberal elites who have taken a knee in faux shame at what they feel is an inherently racist culture ignoring our history and social mores.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, shares Rex’s view. Mansur, as a brown Indian Muslim who immigrated to Canada as a young man finds Canada to be a refuge from the racism of most other countries and defends its heritage as a free and welcoming society.

Rex Murphy’s article in the National Post

Vanmala Subramaniam’s reply to Rex

Delectible Lie: A liberal repudiation of multiculturalism

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Between tyrannies 1945-2020 | Salim Mansur

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May 082020
 

May 8, 2020, marks the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe — VE Day. In the intervening years between that momentous day in 1945 and today, we have seen changes both for the better and for the worse which nobody could have conceived.

Paramount amongst these changes is the way we have come full-circle from the tyranny of the Axis powers to the situation we find ourselves in today with the measures imposed upon a once-free people, not by outside belligerents but by ourselves.

Professor Emeritus Salim Mansur of Western University explains that underlying all such impositions is a reluctance of our culture to understand and embrace individual freedom.

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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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Globalism and the immigration weapon | Salim Mansur

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Apr 022020
 

Canada is a country founded primarily by British and European pioneers and settlers with a form of governance based on the Westminster model and populated by a majority of people holding classical liberal political values.

Rather than celebrate the nature of Canada’s culture and its history of individual freedom, globalists, like Justin Trudeau wish to transform this country into a nation of people who are more amenable to socialist and collectivist values and who are more willing to be led from the United Nations rather than Ottawa.

The recent plan of Trudeau and his Liberal government to have millions of immigrants overwhelm and replace the current population of Canada is yet another step in the operation of transforming Canada into a nation of docile collectivists led by a cabal of globalist elites.

This gradual process of cultural suicide is discussed here with Professor Salim Mansur of Western University.

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