Like the rest of the West, Canada has been lurching from one supposed crisis of white racism to another, but this country’s specialty remains aboriginal victimology. The most recent hysteria flared up in June with “discoveries” of “mass graves” outside former church-run residential schools for natives. The furor triggered predictably sanctimonious outrage, cancellation of many July 1st Canada Day celebrations, arson attacks that destroyed several dozen churches, and international condemnation of a Canadian disgrace supposedly on par with the world’s worst atrocities. (more…)
Editor’s note: The following is the English-language version of an interview with Greg Johnson by Rémi Tremblay for the Quebecois nationalist publication Le Harfang.
Rémi Tremblay: It’s Okay to Be White was written and published before Black Lives Matter’s recent rise. Has it changed your perception?
Greg Johnson: BLM has been around since the Obama administration, but since the death of George Floyd, it has been much more vocal and destructive. (more…)
Throughout the United States and Canada, we have an animal called the beaver whose behavior reflects the best of our nature. Like much of our population in recent years, the beaver is stout, and not very photogenic. He has tiny eyes and a huge nose, bright orange teeth, and when on land has a waddling gait like a penguin. (more…)
Since the Glorious Revolution of 1688 that established parliamentary and Protestant rule in Britain, the Anglo-Americans have been on the winning side in every major international conflict.
— Walter Russell Mead (more…)
I’m gonna rise up,
I’m gonna kick a little ass,
Gonna kick some ass in the USA,
Gonna climb a mountain,
Gonna sew a flag,
Gonna fly on an eagle
I’m gonna kick some butt,
I’m gonna drive a big truck,
I’m gonna rule this world,
The once-promising People’s Party of Canada (PPC) suffered a humiliating defeat in its federal election last week. It lost the only seat it had, held by the party leader Maxime Bernier, and garnered only 1.6 percent of the vote.
It was a bad start for the independent party’s first race, and it may bury the PPC for good. Bernier had held his parliamentary seat since 2006, but his departure from the Conservative Party of Canada proved fatal to his electoral chances. (more…)
Just a few months ago, I set off on a trip with some members of The People’s Party of Canada (PPC) to attend a rally for Maxime Bernier and the founding of the party. The individuals I shared the ride with were full of excitement and renewed vigor for democratic participation in the political process. The motto to distill the mood can be summarized as, “Finally we can vote on our values and not on cynical strategy!”
Lament for a Nation: The Defeat of Canadian Nationalism
Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2005
One of the oddities we find in the history of political philosophy is that the foundational text of Canadian nationalism is a work lamenting the end of Canada. The 1965 work of philosopher and theologian George Grant, Lament for a Nation: The Defeat of Canadian Nationalism, set off a wave of nationalism throughout the country. (more…)
August 22 marks one year since the release of Canada in Decay: Mass Immigration, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians (reviewed at Counter-Currents here). I thought this book would have an impact in the long run as the first scholarly effort to explain the nature and origins of multiculturalism from a truly critical perspective, without kowtowing to the banks, politicians, and conformist academics. (more…)
The Empire of Quebec:
The Dominion of White Displacement
The Patriot Game: Canada and the Canadian Question Revisited
Hoover Institution Press, 1986
The Government of Canada makes bafflingly stupid decisions.For example, since the Global War on Terror began on September 11, 2001, not one, but two Canadian “citizens” of Islamic, Third World origins have been awarded millions of dollars by the Canadian government after the United States deported or detained them for being active terrorists. The Canadian government is also ineffective against the terrorism coming from the Sikhs in British Columbia. (more…)
Social Credit Women of the Right, Part III:
Anti-War Activism & Conclusion
Social Credit Women’s Anti-War Activism
Perhaps surprisingly, given most SC men’s support for Cold War anti-communism, a significant number of Socred women expressed opposition to war and violence. The anti-war perspective was an extension of SC women’s adoption of maternal feminist goals. First-wave feminists and Social Credit women portrayed wars as something started by men who were willing to send husbands, brothers, and sons to fight in useless conflicts that would break up families and destroy rural and small town communities, as well as introducing non-white migrants into Alberta. (more…)
Social Credit Women of the Right, Part II:
Traditionalism, Anti-Modernism, & Maternal Feminism
Part 1 of 3
The 31st Annual Convention of the Alberta Social Credit Women’s Auxiliaries (SCWA) was held at the Chateau Lacombe in Edmonton, Alberta on December 3, 1968. (more…)
Of Beer, Bestiality, & Cloven-Hooved Bastards
An Ode to Canada Itself!
While Americans tend to talk up their country — “We’re Number One!” etc. — Canadians are all too willing to throw Canada under the bus and assert their personal superiority to both. “Yeah, it’s really lame around here, eh, but the neighbourhood [Canadian spelling!] where my cousin lives in T-O[ronto], it’s really happening!”
A few months ago when Trump was beginning his incredible campaign, a minor politician in Vancouver, city councillor Kerry Jang, demanded that the planned Trump Tower in Vancouver have its name changed to signal disapproval of Trump’s “racism.” Jang, acting as if the Chinese were the new owners of Vancouver, said that Trump was a “bigot” who stood against the Canadian values of “diversity.”
People like Jang dislike any sense of White identity no matter how implicit it may be. (more…)
Clueless Canadian Cuckservatives Kicked to Curb Shining Pony Wins!
How about that Canadian election, eh?
I suspect that most Counter-Currents readers, including some residents of the former Dominion itself, would respond with a resounding “What?” or perhaps even a “Where? – are they still around?” (more…)
The Scholar as Storm Trooper:
Goldwin Smith’s “The Jewish Question”
“We have given up the fancy that the Jew is accursed. We must cease to believe that he is sacred.”– Goldwin Smith
Truly, we should give thanks for and love our enemies, at least the “intellectual” ones, for what better guides are there to the good stuff?
For example, if we didn’t already know Lovecraft, how would be discover him if the goodthinkers like China Mieville didn’t tell us that Lovecraft he was eeee-vil? (more…)
The Straussian Assault on America’s European Heritage
Leo Strauss and Anglo-American Democracy: A Conservative Critique
Northern Illinois University Press, 2013
A main pillar sustaining the practice of mass immigration is that Western nations are inherently characterized by a “civic” form of national membership. Western nations express the “natural” wishes of “man as man” for equal rights, rule of law, freedom of expression, and private property. (more…)
As the drought intensifies in California an old idea comes to mind.
Donald Baker, an engineer with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power dreamed up the idea of shipping surplus northern water south and in 1964 took his idea to the Parsons Corporation where the North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA) was born.
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 70
Paul Fromm on Grace Under Pressure
Thanks to the sagas, it has long been known that Vikings reached the North American continent about 1000 AD. But not until the 1960s did archaeological evidence emerge in Newfoundland, Canada to corroborate the written accounts. (more…)
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- Rampant censorship and political correctness in Canada (more…)
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Breaking the Bondage of Interest:
A Right Answer to Usury, Part 3
Part 3 of 4
States that Broke the Bondage of Interest
Any efforts to advocate alternatives to banking that might extricate nations from the grip of the money-changers are dismissed as “funny money” (more…)
Part 3 of 4
While Terry wrote numerous poems, and a play, The Making of a Madman, his only published work, in both prose and verse, was The Shadow. Because the shooting of Joe Kum Yung has overshadowed all else about Terry, his cogent analysis of imperialism and capitalism expressed in The Shadow is little known.