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by Ricardo Duchesne YOU WOULD THINK that the “Community Engagement: Language” I wrote about in Part 1 would be enough to handle the voices of dissent against Chinese-only signs. Sorry guys, this is not a one time show; it is and will be a permanent psychological assault, using the softest…
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by Ricardo Duchesne IT BEGINS with Kerry Starchuck. A few days ago the Canadian Race Relations Foundation sent an invitation to Kerry Starchuk to “two very important events” being hosted by this organization in the Greater Vancouver Area. The first event, “The Urban Agenda Vancouver.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY WE’LL TALK about a subject we’ve spoken about often in the past, and that is freedom, especially its prospects for the future. Unfortunately those prospects are quite dim at the moment. I’m afraid that most people wouldn’t agree with me…
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We do not believe, as Mr. Frost does, that we will be allowed to use the ballot box to prevent our genocide. Nevertheless, he provides an overview of changing attitudes in the White world — and hardening attitudes among those who want our race dead. The “legal environment” in Canada
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims A DECEASED White nationalist, chemistry professor, and coin collector named Robert McCorkill left, in his Will, his estate to the National Alliance, a White nationalist organization in the United States. It was valued at about $250,000. The Jews of the Southern Poverty Law Center…
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Five security guards, members of the RCMP, two in bulletproof vests, all entrants pass through metal detectors, undergo a wand search, check all electronics including cell phones and have their bags meticulously scrutinized. Why all the security? The crown was presenting its criminal case against
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Free speech activist Paul Fromm denied entry to US IN THE same week that one illegal alien out of tens of millions currently hiding out in the United States murdered a California woman in broad daylight, U.S. law enforcement denied entry to a conservative Canadian activist who was coming to the …
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BLAIR FRANCE moved into the Calgary Housing Company complex with her husband and two children, but several months later their children became victim to anti-White racial abuse and physical violence, by the children of African tenants. Mrs France thought she would solve this problem by hosting an…
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A THREE JUDGE panel of the New Brunswick Court of Appeals reserved its decision in the McCorkill Will appeal. Panel chairman Judge Kathleen Quigg said: “We are going to try to do it as quickly as possible but it also must be translated (into French). It will take a couple of months.” Experienced court…
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CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER Stephen Harper (pictured), January 8, 2015, on Charlie Hebdo shootings: “When a trio of hooded men struck at some of our most cherished democratic principles, freedom of expression, freedom of the press, they assaulted democracy everywhere . . . They have declared war on…
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