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Whites Trashed

Whites Trashed by Ilana Mercer The country is fast descending into a Dantean hell. The Circles of Hell to which we’ve been assigned are mass migration, diversity, multiculturalism, and zealous, institutionalized anti-whiteness, with its attendant inversion of long-held societal morals … Continue reading

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Gaming the Revolution

Gaming the Revolution Mark Wegierski recalls Minuteman: The Second American Revolution Minuteman: The Second American Revolution is a conflict simulation or board wargame of relatively moderate complexity published in 1976 (the U.S. Bicentennial Year) by Simulations Publications Incorporated (SPI), then the … Continue reading

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Could Vaccine Resisters be WACOed?

Could Vaccine Resisters be WACOed? by Ilana Mercer Because of the natural mutation the clever little RNA strand undergoes—it is clear to anyone with a critical mind that the Covid vaccines will go the way of the flu vaccines: an … Continue reading

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History Debunked

History Debunked The Forgotten Slave Trade: The White European Slaves of Islam, Simon Webb, 2021, Pen & Sword, reviewed by Ed Dutton At time when British people are being increasingly instilled with a sense of guilt about the “slave trade” … Continue reading

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Treason and Patriotism in Postmodern Society

Treason and Patriotism in Postmodern Society by Mark Wegierski Traditional notions of treason and patriotism have long been important in Canada but have been subject to enormous pressure since the beginning of the twentieth century. English-Canadian identity was ever bound … Continue reading

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Shielding

   Shielding     by Bill Hartley The Shield, which ran for seven series as long ago as 2002-8, is deeper than the standard police drama. It explores the nature of corruption, together with the leadership meant to prevent it … Continue reading

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Virgiliana

Virgiliana The Cambridge Companion to Virgil (2nd Ed.), edited by Fiachra MacGorain and Charles Martindale, Cambridge University Press: 2019. Pp. i-xvi,1-549, reviewed by Darrell Sutton Arguably the most illustrious writer of Latin literature, Virgil’s classic, the Aeneid, is central to studies … Continue reading

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Canadian Conservatism, a Coroner’s Report

Canadian Conservatism, a Coroner’s Report by Mark Wegierski Canada today, despite its great over-all wealth, is a society of contrasts. While the problem of Quebec separatism which was so central in Canadian history since the 1960s may be fading, new … Continue reading

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American Foreign Policy Destroyed South Africa

American Foreign Policy Destroyed South Africa by Ilana Mercer Certain national-conservative governments in East Europe should be natural allies to conservative policy makers, stateside, if such unicorns existed. Vladimir Putin’s, for example. Before his death, from the safety of exile, … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES, APRIL 2021

ENDNOTES, April 2021 In this edition: Robin Holloway and Peter Seabourne, Piano Trios, Symphonies by Robert Simpson, reviewed by Stuart Millson Met Stars in Concert, soprano Sonya Yoncheva, streamed from the Baroque library at the Schussenried Cloister, Ulm, Germany, 27th … Continue reading

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