Bulletins by Subject Since Jan 2018

Google is manipulating search engine results but pretending to be unbiased

Google is manipulating search engine results but pretending to be unbiased Research Psychologist Robert Epstein (ironically, a supporter of Hilary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election) has concluded that Google manipulated its Search Engine to favor the Democratic Party … Continue reading

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U. of Ottawa Prof Defends U. of New Brunswick Prof against UNB Academic Mob

On June 4 of 2019, the Vice President of the University of New Brunswick announced that Professor of Sociology Ricardo Duchesne, an outspoken critic of multiculturalism and mass immigration, would be taking early retirement. The announcement followed a weeks-long attack … Continue reading

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Assassinating Academic Ricardo Duchesne–University of New Brunswick Style

Making fast work of Ricardo Duchesne Kenneth Westhues, Professor Emeritus, Sociology & Legal Studies, University of Waterloo, Canada http://www.kwesthues.com A metaphorical auto da fé, a textbook case of academic mobbing, was enacted at the University of New Brunswick in late … Continue reading

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Are the stories about First Nations Ethno-Fiction and Moral Grandstanding?

This bulletin is intended to counter some of the hysteria that has erupted over Canada’s Report on Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls. This bulletin appeared first on the Council of European Canadians web site : https://www.eurocanadian.ca/ Dan Murray, … Continue reading

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Diversity : Enough is Enough–This far but no further

Diversity : Enough is Enough–This far but No Further By Tim Murray, April 6, 2019 According to an Angus Reid poll released in December of 2018, most Canadians do not favour a clear division between church and state. http://angusreid.org/religious-symbols-workplace-quebec Instead, … Continue reading

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Fort McMurray is home to one of Canada’s fastest-growing Muslim communities

The following portrait of Fort McMurray was compiled by Tanya Gaw, a Canadian immigration activist. It was first published by Valerie Price, leader of “ACT FOR CANADA!”, a group concerned about the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Canada. “Fort … Continue reading

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What The “Territorial Declaration” About Reconciliation Really Means

What The “Territorial Declaration” About Reconciliation With First Nations Really Means Most Canadians probably do not know that a large number of public meetings  conducted by elected officials in British Columbia and in many other parts of Canada now begin … Continue reading

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It's Time To Expose Another Provincial Nominee Scandal

IT’S TIME TO EXPOSE ANOTHER PROVINCIAL NOMINEE SCANDAL Dunstan Saint (This is a pen name for a PEI researcher who has worked extensively on PEI’s Provincial Nominee programme. We have given him this name.) I can’t remember ever seeing such … Continue reading

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Warning to Canadian Nationalists: Don’t Be Played

Warning to Canadian Nationalists: Don’t Be Played By Tim Murray June 7, 2018 In case you haven’t heard, Canada has a border crisis on its hands. To all but the willfully blind, the deceitful deniers and the dangerously delusional, it … Continue reading

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