In the absence of any rational justification for them, what the continual lockdown threats and irrational rules surrounding COVID-19 clearly demonstrate is that we currently live under fascist rule. It’s no “creeping” fascism. It’s here. Now.
Like all forms of collectivism, fascism is an ideology of the Left. Generally, those on the Left support continuing the lockdowns and COVID rules while those on the Right favor freedom and individual choice. These Left versus Right competing narratives are clearly distinguishable on the basis of philosophy and ideology.
Labels continually prove to be unavoidable in political discourse because they are both a necessity and a weapon.
When correctly defined instead of being avoided, political labels can become a powerful weapon for the Right and against fascism given fascism’s exclusive association with the Left. Continue reading »
When people object to political “polarization,” what they’re really objecting to is the right to politically disagree. Since all such disagreement is by its nature polarized, this objection itself represents a polarized political position – of the Left. It’s not surprising then that the Left-dominated mainstream media doesn’t want the world to know just how much growing opposition there actually is to the world-wide COVID-19 lockdown measures.
At least two million-plus protesters filled the streets of Berlin Germany on August 29, yet the mainstream media falsely reported their numbers in the low thousands, and dismissed the protesters as “COVID deniers.”
Of course “fake news” is nothing new. Mainstream media has been spreading fake news since the very concept of “news” itself was created. Fake news strives to create the illusion that there is no disagreement with its narrative.
The growing public resistance to the entire COVID-19 “pandemic” lockdowns and forced mask mandates has at last uncovered a political polarity that should not be condemned or resisted but celebrated and embraced.
In the world of politics, ideological electoral options are necessarily binary, leading to a natural polarization of their symbolic terms Left and Right. When objectively and correctly associated with their proper ideologies, the polarized terms of Left and Right can be used as a powerful compass making it possible to steer the ship of state in the right direction.
After all, a political compass must reliably point towards each of the polarized forces of Left and Right before that compass can guide us in the direction that’s Just Right.
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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.
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Social media arose, in part, as an alternative to the so-called ‘mainstream’ media, an empowering communication tool for individuals made possible by the incredible technology of the Internet.
With mainstream media dominated by establishment voices of the Left, it was expected that those same voices would also be dominant on the internet and on social media. But that’s not what happened.
The rise of voices on the Right on social media demonstrated that their reports and commentaries were far more reliable – and popular – than what was being heard from the voices of the Left. This presented the Left with a challenge to their narratives that was previously absent.
However, what was initially not relevant to many who participated on social media platforms is the fact that the major platforms are owned and managed by those with a leftist agenda – the ‘social media giants’ – people who apparently don’t seem to mind manipulating the truth to their advantage. So now it has become relevant.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 »
“Dangerous” – Paul Joseph Watson, Milo, Laura Loomer, and Alex Jones (again) are some of the latest victims of the big tech purge of “far-right” voices. Facebook and its sister site Instagram deleted their accounts in a coordinated hit, ironically on the eve of Press Freedom Day. What were they guilty of? Of being “dangerous.”
Voices that do not adhere to the current orthodoxy are increasingly being silenced. Big tech companies are clinging to the blurred lines between platform and publisher in order to have their cake and eat it too.
Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss the ramifications of the current state of internet censorship.
The rule of thumb is simple: white man’s culture is bad and must be changed.
Joe Biden, as a white man, finds himself cornered under the new rules of the modern clown world Democratic party. If he wishes to run for president under their banner, he must repent his skin color and gender. He must apologize for the perceived sins of white—aka western—culture. And that’s exactly what he attempted to do during a speech at the Biden (yes, I’m not even kidding) Courage Awards in late March 2019.
Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss what is culture and why “white culture” has value.