Africa gave the world Ebola. Canada gave the world Multiculturalism

Here are four more reviews of Professor Ricardo Duchesne’s historic “Canada In Decay”

(1) Africa gave the world Ebola. Canada gave the world Multiculturalism.

Ricardo Duchesne’s book “Canada In Decay” (Mass immigration, Diversity, and the ethnocide of Euro-Canadians) is a superb contribution to the true nature of immigration in Canada. The breadth and depth of the research in it is unparalleled.

Duchesne reserves particular scorn for prominent Canadian academics such as Charles Taylor and Will Kymlicka who have been major cheerleaders of Multiculturalism and Diversity in Canada. Both have received a large number of substantial Social Science grants from a number of sources and are virtual millionaires. Taylor recently pocketed a $1 Million grant. Kymlicka spends much of his time traveling around Europe and telling the unsuspecting gullible there what a success Multiculturalism has been in Canada. Kymlicka has become notorious for reflexively attacking his opponents with names such as “Nazi”, but as Duchesne points out, the names that could be applied to Kymlicka are far more serious.

Taylor and Kymlicka, along with a host of other academics, are guilty of imposing their views on “unsuspecting” university students. Other academics who have written textbooks that are used in Canada’s thousands of elementary and high schools have also presented a distorted view of Canadian history and done untold other damage.

Duchesne does not limit his analysis to those involved in Canada’s education system. Readers can see the enormous breadth of his work by reading his book. It is a classic that deserves mass attention from all Canadians as well as all those in other Western countries who have been assaulted by foolish notions such as Mass immigration, Diversity and Multiculturalism. As Canadian political commentator Tim Murray once said : “Africa gave the world Ebola. Canada gave the world Multiculturalism.” I am sure Duchesne would agree.—-D.M.


(2) “Canada in Decay” is essential reading for anyone concerned about the future of our country.

The faculties of Canadian institutions of higher education dealing with immigration issues are currently dominated by academics who claim that that high immigration intake and the accompanying ever-increasing diversification of society are good for Canadians. In a thorough and scholarly manner Professor Duchesne systematically demolishes the arguments of the major proponents of the benefits of increased diversity and mass immigration and has produced what is almost certainly the most comprehensive and incisive critique of such views.

The book is not always an easy read given some of the detailed analysis presented by Duchesne. By the same token, he leaves no doubt as to where he stands on the key issues. He is very clear about the fact that that many of the things Canadians value most will be lost if current immigration policies continue.

As a former Canadian ambassador in Asia and the Middle East and having testified on immigration issues on numerous occasions before Parliamentary committees over the past two decades, I regard Canada in Decay as essential reading for anyone concerned about the future of our country.—-Martin Collacott


(3) “Canada In Decay” shows why Canada is in decay and calls for a new awakening of European peoples

Professor Duchesne is unique among Canadian academics in his ability to identify the rich cultural, political, educational, commercial and scientific traditions brought to Canada by European settlers. While others take our European history for granted, or even disparage it, Duchesne shows how it underlies everything Canadians take for granted from law to politics, to economics to social cohesion. That’s why his analysis of how this inheritance is under attack is critical for Canadians in the 21st Century. We are in the process of losing all the advantages we have had for 150 years through misdirected altruism, flabby leadership and identity politics. It used to be considered immoral for a candidate to import voters to a riding and yet here we have governments doing the same to the detriment of people already living here. Canada in Decay shows why Canada is in decay and calls for a new awakening of European peoples to safeguard both their destiny and their personal security, and that of their children.—Frank Hilliard


(4) The magic words of destabilizers are ‘Diversity’ and ‘Multiculturalism’

“Diversity within a nation destroys unity and leads to civil wars,” said social scientist Garret Hardin. “Immigration, a benefit during the youth of a nation, can act as a disease in its mature state. Too much internal diversity in large nations has led to violence and disintegration. We are now in the process of destabilizing our own country. The magic words of destabilizers are ‘diversity’ and ‘multiculturalism’.”–F.W.