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If You Don’t Want 25,000 Poorly Screened Syrians Pouring Into Canada, Speak Up!

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If You Don’t Want 25,000 Poorly 

Screened Syrians Pouring Into Canada,

 Speak Up!

Can we risk Islamic terrorism like the Paris shootings that killed 130 French men and women?

 

Canada got a taste of Islamic terrorism fall when two radical Moslems killed two Canadian soldiers right here in Canada

 

Now the government wants to bring in 25,000 Syrians and can’t get them here fast enough.

 

First, there is the question of security. The government plans to bring 10,000 by the end of the year and 15,000 more by the end of February.

Syria is a land filled with violent people and terrorists.  One of the terrorists killed in the Paris attacks carried a Syrian passport and had recently come to Europe  as a “refugee”. The government claims it will screen them. But how? CSIS takes six months to do a check on a civil servant for security clearance. But they already know who that person is and a great many details about his/her life. Many areas of Syria are controlled by terrorists. There are few reliable sources of information. The Americans, who are taking only 10,000 Syrians (and they are 10 times our size), take a year to do a security clearance.

 

Do we really want to take the risk?

 

What are these people, many of whom speak neither English nor French, going to do for work? Canada already has 1.5-million people out of work. Frankly, there are no jobs for them. If they do get a job it will be at the expense of a Canadian.

 

Then, there is the cost. The government admits that settling the Syrians will cost $678-million. (Globe, November 25, 2015) The Ontario Government is talking of opening a hospital that had been closed to house some of the Syrians. Strange, the wait times in hospitals get worse and worse for Canadian taxpayers but the government hops to it for foreigners.

 

Finally, there is the almost hysterical media hype of feel-good pro-refugee stories. However, the silent majority does not approve of the influx. Sixty per cent of Canadians oppose taking in the Syrians. (Leah McLaren, Globe and Mail, November 28, 2015)

Of course, Canadians are compassionate. Many people in Syria are suffering. However, it’s estimated that we can support a refugee in a refugee camp for $3,300 a year. To bring a Syrian here will cost taxpayers over $13,000. We can still show compassion by giving generously to help ensure that there is adequate food, clothing and shelter in the refugee camps. The answer is NOT to bring 25,000 of them here.

It’s time for the silent and ignored Canadian Majority to speak up. If you don’t want Canada to take the risk of 25,000 poorly screened Syrians, phone, write or e-mail your Member of Parliament AND e-mail the Prime Minister and the Minister of Immigration:

 

The Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau:      justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca

 

The Honourable John McCallum, Minister of Immigration: john.mccallum@parl.gc.ca

Canada First Immigration Reform Committee,

Box 332, Rexdale, ON., M9W 5L3

http://canadafirst.nfshost.com

 

Check out our video on the Syrians https://www.youtube.com/watchv=399ASjrHU0o

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THE RAPE OF PAULA

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THE RAPE OF PAULA

Mike Walsh

 

 

“Paula,” he sighed as though lost in thought; “She was born into the most distressing of circumstances and it weighed heavily upon her.”

I wanted to say something but hesitated. I got the impression the old man didn’t want his train of thought interrupted.  Then, as he absent-mindedly poked the fire’s embers my brooding friend found the words he wanted to say.

“Still a child, she had never known what it was to have a full stomach, wear a new dress, or to know happiness. They were hard times for everyone.”

“I imagine,” I smiled sympathetically.

“There was no self-worth, no dignity to life, and no hope. Her family was heavily in debt. Sure, her parents worked hard. To be honest a plantation slave likely lived a better life.”

“Was there any improvement in her situation?” I asked.

“Oh, yes,” the old man brightened up. “Something happened in Paula’s life that changed everything. At nineteen-years of age she was gifted a brooch; upon it a symbol that changed everything.  You know, son, she always wore that brooch and swore it brought her good fortune. From that point on she was transformed into the loveliest and liveliest creature imaginable.

“Brimming with confidence she owed not a penny to anyone. Paula had a great job and everything to look forward to.

“Fan ~ tastic,” I murmured.

The old man’s shoulders shrunk. “It didn’t last, son. Her success brought her enemies, jealous rivals who would do anything to ruin her, to steal what she had earned.”

“I can’t believe it,” I replied but knew my friend was telling the truth.

“Rivals hated her and never missed opportunity to lie about Paula; constantly threatened and tried to harm the young woman.”

“It must have had a terrible effect on her,” I ventured.

The old man smiled. “Not really. Why should it?  She had much more than they had so how could they harm her?”

“But they did?”

“Yes, Paula when 25-years old was ambushed.”

“Robbed?”

“No, far worse than that,” my old friend muttered. “Paula was very badly hurt.  Her home was attacked and plundered, her family ~ well, who knows what happened to her family?”

“You’re serious?”

“I am afraid so.”

My friend smiled but bitterness tightened his lips. “Paula was repeatedly raped, her clothes torn and shredded, her cupboards were laid bare, and her prospects destroyed.”

“The sympathy for her plight must have been overwhelming.”

“On the contrary, her attackers and their accomplices, even those who hadn’t benefited from her ruination applauded. Her assailants accused Paula of attacking them and claimed she had it coming to her. The poor girl was denied opportunity to defend herself. You know, all these years on and they still celebrate the Rape of Paula.

“Paula?”

“Ah, yes, her real name was Germania.”

 

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A TREACHEROUS STATE TURNS ON ITS OWN PEOPLE: GERMAN POLICE BEAT GERMANS PROTESTING ALIEN INVASION

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A TREACHEROUS STATE TURNS ON ITS OWN PEOPLE: GERMAN POLICE BEAT GERMANS PROTESTING ALIEN INVASION

VIDEO: Irate Germans Attempt to Block Buses Full of Migrants

germans block migrant buses

Citizens chant “you are ruining our country” as police force them back

A video shows irate Germans attempting to block buses full of arriving migrants as police force them off the streets.

The clip begins with police officers pushing back German citizens who are preventing the buses from entering the town.

“You go against your own people, you go in front, we pay your money, our children – their future is ruined – you are ruining this country. Do you have any honor left in your bodies?” says one of the men as the police get more aggressive.

Some of the citizens begin chanting, “Our own people should come first,” before openly goading the police by yelling, “Go ahead and shoot – shoot your own people.”

The officers again order the citizens to get off the street before threatening to get their batons out.

On Sunday, German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said that the country expects to take in more than a million migrants this year.

Support for anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany (AfD) has climbed in recentweeks, while support for the governing conservative bloc that has overseen the wave of migrants coming into Germany is at its lowest since the last election two years ago.

In light of numerous reports concerning rapes being committed by migrants in and aroundrefugee camps, positivity towards the influx of migrants has waned.

A recent poll conducted by broadcaster ARD found that 51% of Germans were ‘scared’ about the arrival of 200,000 migrants a month, compared to 47% saying they had no concerns. These figures have changed significantly from just a few weeks ago, when only 38% said they had concerns.

Meanwhile, another video shot outside a refugee camp in Augsburg shows a deluge of trash that migrants have dumped over their balconies.

MAKE THIS AN ELECTION ISSUE: DEMAND CANDIDATES PROMISE TO END THE TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKERS’ PROGRAMME

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MAKE THIS AN ELECTION ISSUE: DEMAND CANDIDATES PROMISE TO END THE TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKERS’ PROGRAMME
 Ad for a Tim Horton’s job ad here in Calgary. 
Really unprofessional and poorly written. They even spell Tim Horton’s wrong!. 

Here in Alberta most Tim Horton’s claim a severe worker shortage. Yet, all they are offering is weekend shifts. No wage is even mentioned.
Lots of effort on the part of this ” manager”.

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Willis Carto, R.I.P.
Willis Carto died on Monday, November 26, from coronary arrest.

To him the Kingdom of Heaven.

Or as the neo-pagans in our movement might say:

“Wither takest thou me, Warrior Maiden?”

“To the War-Father. To Walhalla.”

Willis has been a fixture in our movement since the 1956 Republican Convention where he worked with a small committee opposing Eisenhower’s renomination.

His hands were everywhere in our cause.

Willis created Western Destiny, a magnificent magazine that functioned for several years. It was of impeccable quality due to the talents of its editor Wilmot Robertson who made his first appearance on the scene in that capacity.

He was the moving force behind many, many movement groups and publications:

Liberty Lobby

The Committee for American Values that led the fight against passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

The Spotlight.

The Institute for Historical Review

Youth for Wallace.

The National Youth Alliance (that later became The National Alliance).

The Barnes Review.

The American Free Press.

Willis published the immensely successful “Political Biography of LBJ” in the 1964 election. Millions of copies of this highly effective tabloid were distributed nationwide in the course of the Goldwater campaign.

As a result his organization Liberty Lobby exploded to an unprecedented size.

Willis incorporated the flood of new names into the mailing list of “Liberty Letter.” Liberty Letter had a subscriber list of over 100,000. It would focus each issue on some bill pertaining to Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society program and mobilize the public to write letters of opposition to their congressman and senators and to the members of the committee handling the proposal.

It is difficult for any such program to succeed even under the best of circumstances. Given that the Democrats achieved an over 2 to 1 numerical advantage in the House and the Senate as a result of Johnson’s landslide victory over Goldwater, it was a labor of Hercules to turn the tide around in 1965 and 1966. Nevertheless, the enormous volume of mail that Willis could put on the desk of legislators did have some effect.

Willis concentrated on the very issue that Buckley, Birch Society and Conservatism, Inc., wanted to ignore:

The repeal of the National Origins Act and the opening of our doors to non-european colonists.

It was for making defeat of the Kennedy-Cellar immigration bill the focus of Georgia Young Americans for Freedom that I was reprimanded by the national office of Young Americans for Freedom. They did not want to do anything about that issue…there were more important matters that needed our attention. Such as the Right to Work Law and the minimum wage.

Through Willis I met so many people who have been major factors in my life including, for instance, the late Louis Andrews whom I met at a Youth for Wallace meeting in Atlanta in the 1960s. Many, many activists in our cause were drawn together by Willis or the things he set in motion.
Frederick Fromm's photo.

Willis Carto & Paul Fromm at Barnes Review Conference, Austen, TX., November, 2013

I have known Willis and his beautiful German born wife Elisabeth for 50 years who was truly his helpmate and shared his devotion to the European race and its civilization. His death leaves a great void.

However, it was apparent to me in the last few meetings I had with him that Willis was becoming physically frail and there were indications that he might be entering into dementia. We can therefore be happy that he did not live on for years in physical agony and senility but has died relatively peacefully in possession of his faculties.

I am sure that all members will join me in sending a message to Willis’ widow Elisabeth of our love and sympathy that are rooted in the gratitude of conscious European Christians all over the world for a lifetime of brave and unflinching devotion to our people’s ultimate redemption and triumph.

Thanks, Willis, for all you did!

Our people at large are unaware of the debt they owe you and of the passing of someone who was their dedicated friend, brother and champion.

But we know.

I encourage all of you to send a note to Elisabeth Carto at PO Box 99, Amissville, VA 20106.

Sam Dickson
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 Willis’s organizational and fundraising genius sustained so many publications and organizations. Without him there would have been no IMPERIUM by Francis Parker Yockey, no Michael Collins Piper and his dozens of hard-hitting books, no Institute for Historical Review. He was a product of the decent Midwestern American heartland and brougnht a lifelong, fearless dedication to the protection of America’s founding settler people. — Paul Fromm

Peel Cops Lean on Immigration Critics

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Peel Cops Lean on Immigration Critics
One of the sad results of political correctness in Canada is the increasingly political role of many police forces.
 
Shawn is a dedicated researcher in his ’30s. The Toronto-based activist has spent much of the past few years sequestered in major libraries looking over immigration reports going back 100 years and studying the numbers of foreigners let in and the number of jobs available. At one time, patriotic governments tried to adjust immigration levels when unemployment rose.
 
No longer. Since 1990, regardless of unemployment levels, governments Conservative and Liberals, but especially the Conservatives in 1990 and 2008, continued the demographic changing flood regardless of unemployment levels.
 
In September and October, Shawn and friends distributed thousands of snappy and colourful leaflets questioning mass Third World immigration and the new religion of “diversity.”
 
One distributed in Brampton, Ontario featured local Mayor Linda Jeffrey and asked: “Why do the mayors of major Canadian cities constantly visit failed 3rd World states?” Shawn is an honest straight-forward man who puts his phone number and e-mail on the leaflets.
 
On October 21, Shawn received a call from a Const. Sullivan from the Peel Regional Police. “Did you design a flyer featuring the Mayor of Brampton and distribute it?” Shawn said he was not a designer.
 
“And,” he shot back, “I receive a lot of offensive advertising in the email but don’t complain to the police.
 
As soon as Shawn asked for the cop’s badge number, he was told and Const. Sullivan said: “Thank you for your time and ended the conversation.”
 
What possible concern is a non-violent political leaflet to the under-employed Peel Regional Police?
 
Two weeks later Shawn received a more aggressive call from a female Const. named Singh, badge number 2515, with the Diversity Relations Unit — do such politically correct enforcement units actually exist? — of the Peel Regional Police. She chastised him for distributing leaflets “that might get children upset.” [The leaflets were adult in approach and not aimed at youngsters.]
 
The leaflets showed some of the backward nature of Indian society. Indians are a major immigrant component of Brampton. In the discussion, Shawn ventured the honest opinion: “Our culture is better than theirs.”
 
“You can’t say that !” Const. Singh scolded.
 
Since when did cops become arbiters of political thought and opinion?
 
At least one other person who helped distribute the leaflets received a call from the Peel police.
 
 

With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European nations

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With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European nations

Paris is battered and scarred, Brussels in its third day of lockdown, a Russian passenger jet was blown up by ISIS in Egypt. And Justin Trudeau STILL wants to bring 25,000 Syrians here. It takes CSIS 6 months to vet a Canadian civil servant for security clearance — with all the information they already have on him or her. And yet they are going to vet 25,000 foreigners from a failed state,with few reliable records. Has Justin Trudeau’s hairblower fried his brain? Or does he want to add to the destruction of the Traditional Canada started by his father?

With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European nations

https://youtu.be/44vzMNG2fZc

CAN THE SYRIANS REALLY BE SCREENED IN JUST A FEW WEEKS?

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CAN THE SYRIANS REALLY BE SCREENED IN JUST A FEW WEEKS?
November 16, 2015


To the Right Honorable Justin Trudeau,

Members of Parliament,

Provincial Premiers

Subject:    Will We Learn Nothing >From Paris?

I am a proud Canadian, and proud of our heritage of being a true global leader in Humanitarian efforts. Given the events of recent years and more importantly the recent week, however, I believe prudence requires a pause in our assistance package for Syrian refugees, and indeed all refugees and asylum seekers. I say this not in a tone of political partisanship, but one of Citizenship. Any Parliament, be it Liberal, Conservative, or NDP has as its first mandate the protection of our country and its citizens. This must take precedence over all other considerations and activities.


As a Retired Firefighter/Fire Officer of the City of Calgary, I have an experience I believe is timely and valuable. In my final assignment at the end of my career, I asked for and received a transfer to work on the Airport Crash Rescue Unit at the Calgary International Airport. A requirement for all staff working at the Airport is to undergo a police background check. In between the time the background check is initiated, and the time it is competed, an employee must be accompanied by another employee who has the appropriate screening and credentials. I can’t remember precisely how long it took for the RCMP to conduct my check, but it was several months. Bear in mind that this is for a person who was born in Calgary; completed primary, secondary and post-secondary education in Calgary/Lethbridge; had passed a security clearance to gain employment as a Calgary Firefighter, and had worked in this civic institution for 18 years at the time. I had also been vetted by the Provincial Government’s Lieutenant Governor Norman (Normie) Kwong to sit as a long-term member of the Alberta Labour Relations Board. In short, it would not be difficult to find information on me. I was also required to be finger printed as part of the process.


When the day arrived and I was notified that I had passed the security clearance, I was escorted to the terminal building by a colleague to pick up my coveted airport pass. While in the waiting room, I met and visited with what seemed to be a very nice man of Arab descent, who if memory served was from Jordan. During our discussion, he indicated that his pass had only taken two weeks to get, as opposed to the months mine had taken. He left after receiving his pass, and so when my turn came I asked the RCMP Sargent why on earth it would take so long for me to acquire a clearance when this person who indicated he was a recent arrival to Canada received his in two weeks or less. The answer I received haunts me to this day.


The answer: “We can’t really do that much of a search on these people. They often arrive  without even a passport or Birth Certificate, and unless they appear on an INTERPOL watch  list, we generally let them pass. Often the police departments from these fractured  countries are unable or unwilling to provide information or detailed data, and we simply  have to go with what we can learn. We also make sure they have no criminal record while  in Canada, which for many of  these folks is a very short period of time”…….or words to that  effect.


In the couple of years I spent at the airport, I never stopped thinking about that. These people were everywhere: loading aircraft luggage, cleaning the airport with access to virtually all areas right up to the jet ways, acting as security guards and everything in between. It was then and there that I realized that the issue of security was truly an illusion in our country. I do not say these things lightly. I represented Calgary and its 1500 members as the President of the Calgary Firefighter’s Association in New York in 2002 at the 911 Memorial which was attended by 77,000 firefighters from all over the world. The hole at ground zero was still a testament a year later as to the impact of what can happen when a country lets its guard down.


So my questions to the Current Government and to the two opposition parties, and to our provincial leaders, in light of the recent events in France are:

1. “Who are the refugees”? How can you possibly screen 25,000 people adequately in such a  short period of time to ensure that none of these people pose a threat to me and my country?

2. What specific process(es)  is/are  engaged to determine the identity of who these people are?

3. What agency is tasked with performing the background checks, and has the capacity to  conduct appropriate checks on what amounts mathematically to about 800 people per day if  they are all to arrive by Christmas. I note that in the U.S.A., the head of the Department of  Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson admitted that “we don’t know a whole lot about these  people” and that we have “no real protocol for screening refugees” – My guess and fear is if  they can’t do it between the DHS, FBI, and CIA, there is no reasonable hope that Canada can  possibly have any credible system. I believe Canadian citizens are entitled to know this. I would  commend to you the words of Governor Greg Abbot of Texas who today said: “Given the  tragic attacks in Paris and the threats we have already seen, Texas cannot participate in any  program that will result in Syrian refugees — any one of whom could be connected to  terrorism — being resettled in Texas.” That seems like a very reasoned approach at the  moment.

4. Bill C-45 (2003), which became an amendment to the Criminal Code of Canada after the  Westray Mine accident, allowed the courts to find officers of corporations criminally  negligent if their actions either willfully or by gross negligence contribute to the preventable  death of an employee. Does this legislation reach to the political elite if, in the future, an  innocent citizen is harmed or killed by a refugee because the sitting government failed to  properly screen them? If not, we need to amend it. As I read the Act, Clause 1(1) extends the  reach of Bill C-45 to “all organizations”…..which I assume includes political parties. Would you  concur with this view?

5. What is the projected, long-term cost per refugee and what current, existing  benefits will  suffer because of this for existing citizens?

6. What is the demographic make-up of the refugees being allowed into the country? What  percentage are women, children, married men accompanying a family, and single men?

7. Will refugees be required to undergo a polygraph test, be finger printed, and be drug tested  as is required of several types of employment for Canadian Citizens such as the Calgary Fire  Department?

8. Will Refugees be screened for infectious diseases including TB, HIV, hepatitis, leishmaniosis,  meningitis, and the host of other physiological problems which have been identified with these  disadvantaged people?

9. Why are neighboring, wealthy countries of Syria with similar cultures such as Qatar, Saudi  Arabia and Kuwait not accepting ANY refugees?

10. There are reportedly 19 million refugees globally from places as diverse as Libya to  Myanmar. Are we to take them all?  In the case of Syria, is it not better to spend our money  pushing for a UN peacekeeping force to be deployed and contributing our resources in that  fashion so that these people can have the opportunity to stay put and rebuild their own  country? How we managed the war in Cyprus comes to mind. Is that not the road we should  be following instead of pretending that we are blind to what the USA and Russia are doing  there?

11. Terror attacks appear to be occurring in random places with high civilian populations with  little if any police or military presence. I have never been that concerned with gun restrictions, however like our brothers and sisters in France, we Canadians live a country with severe gun  restrictions.  Can you comment on how Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and  Freedoms squares with my inability to carry or possess (without significant restrictions) a  weapon for self-defence? Put another way, how can I possibly have the right to Security of  Person where I  don’t have a reasonable ability of self defense? Do you intend on travelling  anywhere (inside or outside of the country) without armed guards? While you will no doubt  have me look to the south (USA) for reasons not to re-consider this, I would point you east,  to Switzerland, which is  one of the most heavily armed, yet peaceful nations on earth.

In all of this, I am not suggesting that as a nation we turn a blind eye to those in need. We do have an enviable reputation in the world that each of us is proud of. Having said that, we unfortunately live in an ever-changing world.  For all of the forgoing reasons, I would ask that the sitting government halt the refugee program until it can be demonstrated to all Canadians that every single refugee being allowed access to our country, and being offered benefits that most of us have worked a lifetime to fund, have been thoroughly vetted.  I would also argue that it is time to re-open the debate on gun legislation from a constitutional perspective. We don’t have a “second amendment” as our U.S. brothers, but without the right to meaningful self-protection, the Canadian Charter guarantee of “Security of Person” is starting to ring very hollow.

In closing, are we going to learn anything from Paris? While social media is replete with people stating “we are Paris”, my suggestion is we make immediate alterations to the issues noted above, before that Facebook slogan changes from an echo of support to a prophesy.

Respectfully,

D. S. (Scott) Wilcox
Cold Lake, Alberta

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An Incredibly Inspiring Speech against the Islamization of Europe and Germany

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An Incredibly Inspiring Speech against the Islamization of Europe and Germany
Here’s Hoecke again.

Look at his horrifying stats.

Only 9.9 million Germans under 20.

5.5 million immigrants will come in by the end of 2016…most of them young and male.

Counting the immigrants in the present German population, Germany will become majority Muslim for Germans under 30 in about 2 years if something isn’t done.
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A MUST WATCH!!!

Björn Höcke: Speech in Erfurt, 18 November 2015

 


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