Bulletins by Subject Since Jan 2018

For Christmas 2019 : Saint Thomas Aquinas said ‘Be humane to strangers, but protect the national good’ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ What Does Saint Thomas (1225-1274) Say About Immigration? by John Horvat II From the book, “Return to Order” In looking at the … Continue reading

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The war on Christmas continues

The war on Christmas continues : Five defenses of Christmas and Western Culture (1) Years ago, Canada adopted the doctrine of multiculturalism, which in my opinion is a doctrine from the pits of hell itself. We have handcuffed ourselves, walking … Continue reading

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Trudeau’s thugs were at work that night

This 4-minute video will give you an excellent idea of the tactics that Canada’s so-called “social justice warriors” (SJWs) use to shut down any attempt to discuss vital issues such as mass immigration, diversity and Canada’s national suicide (all of … Continue reading

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“Camp of the Saints” predicted France’s national suicide

“Camp of the Saints” predicted France’s national suicide This bulletin is a copy of a review written in 2005 by James Pinkerton of the French novel “Camp of the Saints”. The Third World invasion of France that it describes is … Continue reading

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Don Cherry Is right

Don Cherry Is Right By Dan Murray and Tim Murray ​​​​​Just days before Remembrance Day, Canada’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs broadcast a video which presented the views of six Canadians. These people told other Canadians why they should be grateful … Continue reading

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For Remembrance Day, 2019– Doug Collins’ “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada”

For Remembrance Day, 2019–Doug Collins’ “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada” This is Part 1 of a summary of the book, “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada”. It was written by journalist Doug Collins in 1979. It is … Continue reading

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For Remembrance Day, 2019– Doug Collins’ “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada” This is Part 1 of a summary of the book, “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada”. It was written by journalist Doug Collins in 1979. It … Continue reading

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Halloween’s degradation foreshadowed what may happen to all of Canada

Halloween’s degradation foreshadowed what may happen to all of Canada The designation of November 1 as “All Saints Day” happened in the 700’s. Christianity wanted to have its members revere its founders and its best (its outstanding leaders, interpreters of … Continue reading

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Muslim Cleric says : “Conquer the world through the Halal movement”

Muslim Cleric says : “Conquer the world through the Halal movement” By Valerie Price, AC T! For Canada Halal is an Arabic word that means permissible. A Halal certified product means that the product is permissible or acceptable in accordance … Continue reading

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Elections Canada Ads Tell Old Stock Canadians to Change Identity

Elections Canada ads tell Old Stock Canadians to change identity By Tim Murray https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWGuYPi8Y3th5vprfQQRE8w In a 30 second commercial that has been filling TV screens for a week now, Elections Canada encourages Canadians to register and vote on October 21st … Continue reading

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Our CBC is a quisling organization

Canada’s CBC is probably one of the most quisling government institutions in Canada. Here is why : (1) Our CBC has perverted the motives of its nationalist founders. The CBC was founded in the 1920’s. to counteract the cultural influence … Continue reading

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Journalism is dead

Journalism is dead Posted on September 17, 2019 Journalism is dead. Objective news reporting is dead. Integrity and courage R.I.P. By Tim Murray comprehensive rejoinder: https://www.eurocanadian.ca/2019/09/media-editorial-staff-in-vancouver-disavow-published-commentary-criticizing-diversity.html#more It is telling that the editorial board of The Vancouver Sun, one of Canada’s … Continue reading

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Chinese Academy of Social Sciences : At the heart of the West’s great success is Christianity

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences : At the heart of the West’s great success is Christianity By John Stonestreet, Breakpoint, Sept. 13, 2019 Last week, the government of Hong Kong finally withdrew a proposed extradition law that sparked mass protests … Continue reading

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Horse To Take Run At Political Office

Horse To Take Run At Political Office Promises Stable Government The Famous Mr. Ed Throws His Hat Into the Ring He talks a good game, but can he deliver? This upcoming federal election promises to be a horse race.  A … Continue reading

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Canada is now taking over 1 million unnecessary immigrants per year

Canada is now taking over 1 million unnecessary immigrants per year Below are details : 1. Newly-revealed information about Canada’s International Mobility Program and its International Student program shows that Canada is now accepting well over 1 MILLION FOREIGN NATIONALS … Continue reading

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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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