By Madi Lussier
Wednesday, September 10, 2008

In the western world, covered women are not something out of the ordinary anymore.  One can see them everywhere, sometimes in the least expected places such as cosmetics departments, looking for hair dye, make up or simply in a women’s garments department, admiring some very sexy lingerie.
One can see them on the beach, at festivals, you name it, perhaps on a mission given by their imam.
I might say that these covered women want to prove us, maybe a bit too hard, that they feel integrated in this society. Plus, I might deduce that our world pleases them much more than their world. Here, covered or not, a woman can walk hand in hand with her partner, a serious misconduct punishable in an Islamic country, governed by Sharia. They can sit at the same table at a restaurant and enjoy their meal together, as a civilized couple.
The debate over the wearing of the hijab, nikab or burka in our world has not ended and it is not likely to end too soon.
Opinions are divided between those who defend the Islamic clothes, considering that they do not interfere with the values of a secular society and those who are against these garments as they are perceived as segregationist and insulting to western women and their history of fight for equal rights, respect and freedoms.
Those who wear a hijab in Canada also defend the headdress as they declare that wearing it is their free decision.

CBC airs Scaachi Koul ranting about how white people disgust her

CBC airs Scaachi Koul ranting about how white people disgust her 

Morning rave, or boring rave? Scaachi Koul investigates


By Audrey Davis

February 03, 2016

Scaachi tells Shad what happened when she tried (really tried) to stay positive for a whole week.

Scaachi Koul and Shadrach Kabango Source

First of all, the title is grossly misleading the readers as Koul doesn’t make an investigation, but only shares  a personal  rant about an event she chose to attend.

Her rant goes on for about 8 minutes and, in spite of trying to be funny, her true colours pierce the thin layer of failed jocular approach and leave the listener wondering if taxpayers fund CBC for such trash shows.

I am not judging her professed dislike of white people as everyone is entitled to show and support ethnic solidarity.

What is disgusting about her rant is her general tone that projects not only a sense of ethnic superiority, but also a rather disturbing mindset: she really feels unsafe in the middle of a group of white people, but, curiously, she chooses to live in Canada instead of actually moving to her parents’ country of origin for a few months at least. You know, to recharge her batteries.

Shut Out: Liberalism And The Attack On Anglo-Canada

Shut Out: Liberalism And The Attack On Anglo-Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Feb 2016



Pierre Trudeau Source

When considering the cultural history of Canada, the proclamation that “Canada has no culture” has underlined much of the general narrative. Although the idea defies over a century of English and French Canadian identity, in recent decades an absence of culture has become an unfortunate  reality.

Canada’s new generation

Two elements in particular have led to this situation— Canada’s immigration and multicultural policies. Indeed, decade upon decade of mass immigration and institutionalized multiculturalism will do that to a nation.

It wasn’t always this way. Before 1967, the year the Liberal government of Lester Pearson introduced the “points system” for evaluating potential migrants, Canada was a fully functioning English and French bi-cultural nation. Several continental European communities, including Ukrainians and Italians, rounded out our overall citizenship. In fact, previous to the points system, 98% of Canada’s migrants came from European nations.

Hijacking Our History: Henry S. Yu And The Attack On Anglo-Canadian Identity

Hijacking Our History: Henry S. Yu And The Attack On Anglo-Canadian Identity

by Brad Salzberg, Dec 2015 


Dr. Yu, professor of history at University of British Columbia, believes Kitsilano is “too white.”

Kitsilano, a middle class neighbourhood in Vancouver B.C., Canada, has a problem. Not a problem for its community leaders or residents, but rather for a local university professor by the name of Henry S. Yu.

Merry Christmas to us Canadians – No thanks to Mr Trudeau.

Merry Christmas to us Canadians – No thanks to Mr Trudeau.

As the world turns, an immutable Islamism strategically and rapidly advances practically unimpeded. A well-organized entity – probably too clever for most Western leaders and our Canadian government – which surreptitiously and overtly spreads its evil, massacring loads of Christians including minority Muslims through ISIS, Hamas, Hezbollah and other Islam extremists in places we often don’t talk about. A perversion of the Muslim faith.

So, it appears that’s up to us, Westerners and true Canadians, to defend our nations against an ultimate evil for which there might be no reprieve for many generations to come if uninterrupted. It won’t be easy! Our adversaries (Islamic allies) are many and some of the best funded individuals and groups around, e.g. cowed politicians, highly politically-correct human rights commissions, mainstream media, academics, anti-Semitists, etc… But, also beware! Such prominent leftists will try hard to intimidate us infidels when we rightfully express concerns about what’s wrong with this country. Although supposedly intelligent, leftists’ misguided reasoning is somewhat unexplainable. Some people believe that the leftist’s mind is unable to relate to external thinking or different points-of-view, unable to compromise, preferring instead to lie rather accept reality… kind of Takiya.

To significantly compound the problem, Mr Trudeau, ostensibly a sincere Islam devotee and advocate, is now at the helm of this nation and may naively transform our peaceful cultures and values to the barbarism of ancient times. Leftists just don’t seem to understand Mohammad’s Islam fundamentalism. Jihad through infiltration as exemplified by Omar Alghabra and suspicions of others in the Liberal party. The Hijra. The ascent towards a Caliphate ultimately.

Trampled Under Foot: The Diversity Industry’s Attack On Traditional Canadian Identity

Trampled Under Foot: The Diversity Industry’s Attack On Traditional Canadian Identity

by Brad Salzberg, November 2015


Canadian history informs us that our country was founded in the year 1867, but you would never know it by our nation’s leading advocates of ethnic and cultural diversity. For these folks— a loose affiliation of government-supported immigration and multiculturalism organizations—our nation may as well have been founded in 1988, the year the Multicultural Act of Canada first came into existence.

Yonge St. in the 1970s

At the time, few understood the true impact of this piece of legislation, and in many respects this continues to be the case. How many Canadians are aware, for example, that for purposes of promoting the cultures of the nations from which they came, 20 billion tax payer dollars have been handed to our largest, wealthiest, and best politically organized “ethnic” communities?

Considering the multi-faceted effect of this policy, however, the financial aspect is not the worst of it. Indeed, it nearly pales in comparison to how multiculturalism has become as weapon to denigrate and disempower the descendants of the founders of our nation—Canadians of European heritage.

How can this be? For decades Canadians have been informed by government and media of the virtues and social benefits of multiculturalism. Has something gone wrong in Canada’s collective journey toward a multi-ethnic utopia?

It darn well has, and if allowed to continue unabated, it will spell the end of Canada as it was defined by the founders of our nation.