Feb 182019

In the latest presentation from our friend Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University, he sends a powerful message to Canadians that our policies of both multiculturalism and open immigration are incompatible with the founding classical liberal values of our country.

“We have to un-elect the existing Liberal government. We have to get rid of Justin Trudeau. And we have to get rid of this whole notion of multiculturalism based upon the premise that all cultures are equal. Because all cultures are not equal. The founding culture of Canada is not equal to the culture of the Taliban, or to the cultures of the people coming from the Middle East, or from Africa. We are a unique culture. We are a culture of classical liberal values and we have to defend that.”

Feb 142019


Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau’s Liberal government has announced a sinister plan to curb ‘fake news,’ political ‘misinformation,’ and ‘foreign influence’ in Canada’s elections.

Supporters of the Trudeau Plan, like the Globe and Mail’s ‘disinformation expert’ Marcus Kolga, actually believe that it does not go far enough, and ‘divisive’ ideas and discussions like those about ‘anti-immigration and anti-globalism’ should be even further curbed on social media.

All of this is reprehensible, and should be loudly condemned. We have one clear message for Trudeau and his fake supporters: “So fake off already – and get real!”

False news reports have been with us since the news itself. But as we learn on today’s broadcast, the current context of the term ‘fake news’ was first introduced on October 13, 2016 in an Obama speech calling for a campaign to “curate information in the wild west media environment.” Continue reading »

Feb 052019

“All cultures are not equal. Never have been.

“The cultures of the Taliban, the cultures of the Bedouin and nomads of North Africa or Sahara or Arabian desert, the culture that accepts female genital mutilation or promotes polygamy is not a culture that is equal to a culture that is based upon the rights of individuals, freedom, the culture that has landed man on the moon, that has decoded the DNA.”

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University, takes us on a trip through Canadian history to show how Canada has gone from being a nation founded on the uniquely Western values of individual rights and freedom to a country without a “core identity” as Justin Trudeau has so proudly crowed.

Salim begins at the beginning with the BNA Act, proceeds to the Bilingualism and Bicultural Commission of 1967, the Air India bombing of 1985, the ethnic silos in our major cities, and ends with the impending appeasement of the Muslim community as they come to this country by the tens of thousands demanding that Canada accommodate their backward culture.

The result is a country made up not of individuals but of groups and ethnic tribes competing for political influence and power. A country of rudderless political parties willing to sell the country’s soul to get the favour of hyphenated Canadians and, most importantly, their votes. The worst culprit has been the Liberal Party of Canada beginning with Pierre Trudeau and coming full circle with his son, Justin.

Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada have accelerated Canada’s decline as a once-proud country to become, as Trudeau has claimed, the first “post-national state.” In his rush to follow in his father’s footsteps he has subjected us to increased acts of terrorism, a complete disregard for immigration laws as evidenced by those crossing the border illegally and being met with open-arms, and a cultural shift away from individual freedom and towards ethnic conflict and Sharia.

Jan 242019

Radio Tower

Shortwave radio has long been a weapon in the war of ideas, and continues to be so today, much to the surprise of many. So powerful a weapon, at times throughout history simply being caught in possession of a shortwave radio could warrant imprisonment or death.

It is a significant fact that those threatened by shortwave signals have never been friends of freedom. So it is fitting that our guest, Paul Lambert, who sponsors Just Right on shortwave broadcasts heard around the world, should join us in a discussion about shortwave and about some of his European perspectives on many of the issues often raised on the show.

As a resident of Berlin, Paul’s views on the political environment within Germany offer some fascinating comparisons to the narratives heard outside that country in the major news media. From the disturbing social trends between men and women developing in conjunction with Germany’s mass migration policies, to arbitrarily forcing households, employers, and even car rental agencies to pay a ‘TV tax,’ these trends may well become the norm in a not-too-distant North American Leftist future as well.

At the heart of every issue discussed is, of course, the very ‘right’ itself to discuss any matter or issue with willing participants, and to share those discussions with willing listeners/viewers. A ‘TV tax’ is merely one contrived way to force the unwilling to finance views and values not shared or even opposed. Continue reading »

Jan 062019

Do Not Patreon

Patreon is described by Wikipedia as “a membership platform that provides business tools for creators to run a subscription content service, with ways for artists to build relationships and provide exclusive experiences to their subscribers, or ‘patrons.’”

In 2017, founder and CEO of Patreon, Jack Conte, invented an anti-concept he called ‘Manifest Observable Behavior.’ Intended to distract attention from his own company’s unjust and subjective decisions to remove certain content creators from its platform – based on little more than their expression of views that could be associated with the ‘Right’ – the inherent contradictions in Conte’s use of that term soon became manifest.

The very statement that Patreon’s “decision to remove a creator page has absolutely nothing to do with politics and ideology and has everything to do with Manifest Observable Behavior…” is a manifest admission that it’s all about ideology.

‘Manifest’ means ‘obvious, plainly apparent.’ ‘Observable’ means ‘capable of being observed.’ ‘Behavior’ means ‘the way a person, substance, or machine ACTS under given circumstances.’

Yet no observed ‘action’ on the part of content creators is cited in Patreon’s unannounced ‘de-platforming’ of those content creators. The only ‘action’ observable here is that of Patreon itself. And through its actions, it has demonstrated that it is indeed ‘ideology’ and ‘politics’ that Patreon targets. Continue reading »

Dec 162018

Social justice warriors were clearly on the warpath at the Women in Entertainment gala earlier this month when comedienne Hanna Gadsby delivered a rousing speech defining her subjective boundaries of morality along gender and racial lines.

We are judged by what we find funny, begins Danielle, and cites the recent controversy surrounding comedian Kevin Hart. In 2010, Hart performed a stand-up routine about his personal discomfort at the prospect of being able to relate to his young son, should his son turn out to be gay. Not offensive by any means, nor considered so by anyone in 2010, it nevertheless became grounds enough for Hart to have to step down from hosting the upcoming Oscars. In today’s world of political correctness, Hart’s 2010 performance is considered anti-gay.

Comedy was once considered ‘the’ so-called ‘safe space’ for free speech – a refuge open to both testing and stretching the envelope of acceptable discourse and observation through the safety of humor. But today’s mainstream comedy has become a litany of political correctness and virtue signaling. Continue reading »

Dec 022018

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has effectively put the final nail in the coffin of Canada’s mainstream media credibility by committing $595 million tax dollars towards “trusted sources” in that media. In other words, Canada’s media can no longer be seen as a “trusted source” in any regard.

Our concern is not just about the undemocratic and immoral use of the cash subsidies. Those subsidies are just part of a larger state propaganda and media control campaign.

Quoting from Objective 17, Danielle cites the objective of that campaign to Robert in opening their conversation about the coming welfare media. Namely: to “promote independent objective and quality reporting of media outlets, including internet-based information by sensitizing and educating media professionals on migration-related issues and terminology, investing in ethical reporting standards and advertising, and stopping allocation of public funding or material support to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants, in full respect for the freedom of the media.”

Says Robert: “This is one of the most important and draconian measures I’ve ever seen any government do in the Western world – to buy out the media and make them more or less a welfare press.”

More frightening than Trudeau’s subsidies will be the continued promotion of his government’s perverse and obscene obsession with racial diversity. With plans to ‘sensitize and educate’ media professionals on what ‘migration related’ language they must use in expressing their own ideas, Trudeau’s diversity policy reveals itself to be as racially intolerant as that of past nations promoting racial purity and harmony! Neither policy represents ‘objective’ truth; both are explicitly racist and originate in the ideologies of the Left. Continue reading »

Nov 252018

“…We need to have a full conversation about what is the right regulation (of the Internet), not whether it should be or shouldn’t be,” testified Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg before the April 18 Senate Commerce and Judiciary committees. That ‘conversation’ concerns freedom of speech and the right to express that speech using social media.

Notes Danielle to Robert in her introduction to their own ‘conversation’ on the ‘right regulation,’ there was a “cascade of ‘de-platforming’ that accelerated over the months after that hearing.”

“The largest platforms are primarily controlled by the Left,” acknowledges Robert, while however also acknowledging that there is no obligation on their part to provide anyone with guaranteed service.

‘Shadow banning,’ ‘de-monetization,’ suspensions, account deletions, and other restrictions justified on ‘terms of service violations’ have become an increasing phenomenon that has ironically encouraged voices on the right – those being unjustly targeted most – to call for anti-trust legislation curbing the right of social media providers to take such actions. Continue reading »