What the Minneapolis Riots Mean — No More Concessions

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Jared Taylor, American Renaissance. Race realist. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nbjg50l-JnE&feature=youtu.beJared Taylor of American Renaissance explains that they are a part of a problem that cannot be solved by yet more concessions.

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Vancouver City Council Must Retract Its Recent Apology for the Komagata Maru Incident

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Vancouver City Council Must Retract Its Recent Apology for the Komagata Maru Incident

Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada – June 15, 2020 http://immigrationwatchcanada.org/2020/06/15/15176/

The Covid19 crisis has produced one major benefit for Canada: It has spared us from celebrating “Sikh Heritage Month” in April. In an act of extreme degradation, Parliament passed that law over a year ago. Last week, Vancouver City Council added to Canadian political foolishness by trying to “curry” favour with the Sikhs: It apologized to the Sikhs for the Komagata Maru incident. Like most politicians, Vancouver City Councillors are poorly informed about the Komagata Maru incident and almost all immigration-related incidents.

Here is some factual background on that incident for the enlightenment of Vancouver City Council and all of Canada’s politicians.

The Komagata Maru incident was preceded by the Panama Maru incident of late 1913. The Panama Maru incident helps to explain much of what happened in the Komagata Maru incident of 1914.

On October 17, 1913, the Japanese-registered ship called the Panama Maru docked In Vancouver with 56 Sikh East Indians aboard. Canada accepted East Indians who had previously been accepted and had lived in Canada. However, most of the passengers on the Panama Maru had not lived in Canada previously, but claimed that they had. They produced fraudulent money order receipts, time cards, etc. to “substantiate” their claims. Immigration authorities allowed 17 (those physically recognized to have been in Canada before) to land, but they detained 39 of the 56.

A Board of Inquiry looked into the case and ordered the 39 to be deported, but litigious East Indians in Canada determined to make the Panama Maru case a test case. Their lawyer, J. Edward Bird, appeared before Justice Dennis Murphy, but Murphy denied their claim. Bird then went to Chief Justice Gordon Hunter, notorious for appearing drunk in court. He was a clear embarrassment to the government. Hunter upheld the East Indian appeal on a technicality, so most of the 39 were released. The remaining 4, who had previously been ordered deported for medical reasons, escaped from detention and could not be found.

The Panama Maru incident was a big embarrassment to the federal government. It also showed both the federal and British Columbia governments that immigration fraud was continuing and that much stronger measures had to be taken. Immigration authorities became determined, if possible, to avoid the courts and the threat of escape from detention.

Gurdit Singh, the man who organized the Komagata Maru voyage, had enjoyed litigation success against Britain in Singapore and was confident that he could repeat the success in Canada. In fact, despite the warnings of British officials, he boasted to British authorities in Hong Kong (the port from which the Komagata Maru departed for Canada) that he would challenge the Canadian government in court and that after he had succeeded, he would bring up to 25,000 labourers from India to Canada. This was an economic threat to unemployed Canadians. In May of 1914, Canada was in the midst of a recession, with very high unemployment. It was also a cultural threat. In 1914, Vancouver, the port where the Sikhs would land, had a population of about 60,000+. An inflow of 25,000 Sikhs would have set off cultural alarms of being overwhelmed. Later in Japan, Singh added another threat. He said that if he did not get his way, 10,000 Indian troops (mostly Sikhs) would rebel against the British in India. At that time, the Sikhs did not appreciate colonization by Britain. Today, Canadians do not appreciate colonization by the Punjab. They also do not appreciate current immigration fraud.

As Gurdit Singh would quickly discover, 1914 was not a wise time to make immigration threats and to launch a test case for Sikh labourers.

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To compound the situation, the memory of extensive Chinese and Japanese immigration fraud over many years was still fresh in the minds of British Columbians. See this link:

To put the matter bluntly but truthfully, Vancouver City Council’s apology for the Komagata Maru incident is yet another example of how Canada’s politicians have once again descended into the most degrading acts of political sodomy and boot-licking.

Our disgraceful CBC and many of Canada’s politicians are proud to engage in such activity, but to differentiate itself from such degenerates and to demonstrate it has even a sliver of dignity, Vancouver City Council should immediately do the following:

(1) Retract Its Apology for the Komagata Maru incident

(2) Take measures to get the names of the Sikh criminals who are responsible for the Air India bombing and who remain protected by other Sikhs and unconvicted. That event was the largest mass murder (329 Canadians) in Canada’s history and, until resolved, it is the event that most Canadians will forever remember Sikhs for. It is almost certain that some Sikh MP’s, MLA’s and B.C. Municipal Councillors know the names of the Sikh murderers.

For more details on this issue, see http://immigrationwatchcanada.org/2019/02/22/%e2%80%8b%e2%80%8b%e2%80%8b%e2%80%8b%e2%80%8bwhy-parliament-should-repeal-sikh-heritage-month/

Cancel the White Men and What’s Left? by Pat Buchanan

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Cancel the White Men and What’s Left? by Pat Buchanan – June 17, 2020 https://buchanan.org/blog/cancel-the-white-men-and-whats-left-138693

Liberals will fight for the right of Marxist radicals to burn the American flag to show their hatred of it but cannot tolerate working folks flying the battle flag of the Confederacy to show their love of it.

“Can we all just get along?”

That was the plea of Rodney King after a Simi Valley jury failed to convict any of the four cops who beat him into submission after a 100-mile-an-hour chase on an LA freeway. King’s plea came after the 1992 LA riots, the worst since the New York City draft riots in 1863 when Lincoln had to send in federal troops.

In the aftermath of today’s protests and riots after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, we hear similar calls. President Donald Trump must “reach out” and “unify the nation.”

But how?

Many of these calls for unity come from the same elites who are all-in on tearing us apart by pulling down statues of the famous men of American history whom they most detest.

A second war on the Confederacy is underway, to disgrace and dishonor all who fought for Southern independence in the war of 1861-65. A second Reconstruction is being readied.

The St. Andrew’s Cross, the battle flag of the Confederate army, though seen as a banner of heroism and honor to millions, is henceforth to be treated like the Nazi swastika. It has been already been banned at Nascar races, where it has been widely popular.

Liberals will fight for the right of Marxist radicals to burn the American flag to show their hatred of it but cannot tolerate working folks flying the battle flag of the Confederacy to show their love of it.

A second front in the campaign to cancel history is the renaming of U.S. army bases in Southern states that bear the names of Confederate generals, such as Forts Benning and Bragg. Trump has pledged to veto any defense appropriation bill that contains such a provision.

Third is the drive led by Nancy Pelosi and her allies to remove statues in the Capitol of any of those men of “violent bigotry” who were connected to the Confederacy.

First among them is General Robert E. Lee.

Gen. David Petraeus has put succinctly the crime of which Lee is guilty. Though “West Point honors Robert E. Lee with a gate, a road, an entire housing area, and a barracks,” writes Petraeus, “Lee… committed treason.”

The goal here is to impose the one-sided view of American history that is now ascendant, as official truth — that the cause of Southern secession was unlike the cause of American secession from Britain. It was an act of treason rooted in the ideology of white supremacy.

To have that sole acceptable view predominate, our elites believe they must remove from public display the statues of any associated with the cause of Southern independence and stigmatize them all as traitors.

They have, however, a problem: Where do the elites stop when the radicals demand more?

If support of slavery disqualifies one from the company of decent men, does it disqualify George Washington, who owned slaves his entire life? What Washington fought for, independence, was what Lee fought for.

Lee did not challenge Lincoln’s election. He did not seek to overthrow the government Lincoln headed. He resigned from the U.S. army to go home and defend the people among whom he had been raised from an invasion to force-march them back into a Union the state’s chosen rulers had voted to leave.

Not only does our national capital, Washington, bear the name of a lifelong slave owner, so does the capital of Missouri, Jefferson City. So does the capital of Mississippi, Jackson. So does the capital of Wisconsin, Madison. The capital of Ohio is Columbus. The capital of South Carolina is Columbia. Both are named for now-vilified Christopher Columbus whose statue still stands outside D.C.’s Union Station.

None of these men appears, from how they lived their lives, to have shared modernity’s belief in democracy, diversity or social equality. Yet, it was they who cobbled together the United States of America.

Washington led us to independence and ownership of all the land from the Atlantic to the Mississippi. Jefferson negotiated the Louisiana Purchase, doubling the size of the U.S. Andrew Jackson added Florida. James K. Polk added the Southwest and California. Slave owner Sam Houston won Texas’ War of independence and brought his Republic of Texas into the Union in 1845.

Two of the three greatest Senate statesmen of the 19th century, Henry Clay of Kentucky and John Calhoun of South Carolina, were slave owners. Both have statues in the Capitol. Do they go, too?

The newest bridge over the Potomac, like the premier dam in the TVA, is named for Woodrow Wilson, who resegregated the government.

These were among the decisive figures of American history. If all are dishonored, with their statues pulled down and their names taken off cities, counties, towns, rivers, canals, bridges, buildings, highways, roads, streets and dams, then what is left?

Detest all those white men if you will, but they were the ones who created the nation we inherited.

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Videographer Lily Assaulted at Black Lives Matter Protest, Toronto, May 30

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Rex Murphy: Canada is not a racist country, despite what the Liberals say

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To any fair mind, Canada is a mature, welcoming, open-minded and generous country. It would be helpful if these Liberals kept the full story of this country in mind when discussing racism

Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKennaAshley Fraser/Postmedia


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Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna recently retweeted a lovely picture of her and four other ministers taking part in a “social distanced kayaking” excursion in Ottawa.

“Nothing beats enjoying some time on the water with my colleagues,” McKenna tweeted. It’s hard to argue. It sure beats spending time in Parliament during the COVID-19 and long-term care crises.

But it wasn’t the kayaking picture that originally caught my attention, it was another of the former environment minister’s endless Twitter bulletins, commenting on the protests and riots (they are both, and lately mainly the latter) now sweeping across the United States.

“Right now, thousands — if not millions — are marching, fighting and protesting for their basic human rights. We need to acknowledge that racism and discrimination are a part of our reality here in Canada and around the world and we all need to call it out. We have to do better,” wrote McKenna, before a similar demonstration took place in Montreal on Sunday.

Police push back protesters during a demonstration calling for justice in the death of George Floyd and victims of police brutality in Montreal, on May 31. Graham Hughes / THE CANADIAN PRESS

What’s going on in the U.S. right now may have begun, for some, as a protest in support of basic human rights. But however it began, it has now morphed into scenes of pure violence, random attacks, arson and something close to actual anarchy. It would have been good of the minister to have acknowledged the very troubling mixed nature of the events. Yes, some people are engaging in legitimate protest, as is their right. But many of them have engaged in looting, mayhem, destruction of property, threats, arson and deliberate confrontations with police.

Looking through news and social media reports online, on can easily find scenes of individuals being furiously beaten by some of the mob, a police precinct abandoned to flames, a small store destroyed right in front of its owner and the attempted arson of the historic St. John’s Church in Washington, D.C. St. John’s is a revered institution, because every U.S. president since James Madison has attended services there. I’m not sure how attempting to burn down a church, which is also a national symbol, figures under the banner “of protesting for human rights.”

The second part of McKenna’s tweet  —  “We need to acknowledge that racism and discrimination are a part of our reality here in Canada and around the world and we all need to call it out” — was more troubling to me, because it was yet another example of a Liberal leveraging a situation happening somewhere else to create an opportunity to lecture Canadians.

Law enforcement personnel clash with protesters rallying against the death of George Floyd, near St. John’s Church in Washington, D.C., on May 31. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

In dissecting her statement, it would be helpful to have some more details. How much are racism and discrimination actually “a part of Canadian reality”? Are they overwhelmingly present? Are they, in McKenna’s view, a central part of Canadian life? Where do they manifest themselves? Are some provinces more racist and discriminatory than others? If any of the answers to these questions is “yes,” then we have far bigger problems than COVID-19.

Another question: is it only those in the higher echelons of the Liberal party who have a clear view of all this racism and discrimination? Indeed, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken in much the same terms.

“Many Canadians of diverse backgrounds are watching, like all Canadians are, the news out of the United States, with shock and with horror,” he said on Friday.

I can agree with most of that (though I don’t know why he made a distinction between “Canadians of diverse backgrounds” and “all Canadians,” since there are not two sets of us). But he then proceeded, as Mckenna did, into a lofty declaration of virtuous moralism, saying that, “Anti-black racism, racism is real. It’s in the United States, but it’s also in Canada.” On one level, there is nothing to dispute here. No society is without bigotry — none. But how big a problem is it here in Canada? That’s the question.

A mannequin sits in a burned police vehicle in New York on June 1. John Moore/Getty Images

Most Canadians, the vast majority in fact, are horrified by racism and would never participate in it. We are in fact not a racist country, though to say so may shock some.

Do we not have welcoming immigration policies? Are our largest cities not a great montage of people from every corner of the world, of every colour and creed? Do we not, both in private and public, celebrate Canada’s multicultural nature? Do our schools not press the ideas of tolerance and acceptance toward all peoples and all faiths from kindergarten through high school? Is it not a doctrine of Canadian civic life that to end any trace of discrimination or racism is a cardinal rationale for the very existence of modern Canada.

In fact, to give Canada credit, it has for decades now worked in every venue — from corporations, to the public service, to the arts and universities — to set goals and standards designed to eliminate pernicious bigotries. It is therefore strange that after so much honest effort, so many advances in public thought and practice, so great a march from those times past when racism and bigotry were indeed rife and accepted, that an inventory of how far we have come is never taken; that the advances remain unacknowledged or unspoken; and that citizens hear so often from their betters how “racist and discriminatory” they are.

To any fair mind, Canada is a mature, welcoming, open-minded and generous country. It would be helpful if these Liberals kept the full story of this country in mind when discussing racism, and not leap so reflexively to grim characterizations of a country that, while not perfect, has been doing its best to be tolerant and welcoming.

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What the Minneapolis Riots Mean: No More Concessions!

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What the Minneapolis Riots Mean: No More Concessions! Jared Taylor, American Renaissance. Race realist. – https://youtube.com/watch?v=Nbjg50l-JnE&feature=youtu.beJared Taylor of American Renaissance explains that they are a part of a problem that cannot be solved by yet more concessions.

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Paul Fromm Discusses The Politics of Replacement

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Lecture delivered to the Japan First Party in Tokyo.
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Third B.C. Seniors Home Run BY Red Chinese Put Under Gov’t Administrator for Neglect of Patients

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The Selkirk Seniors Village is the third B.C. seniors facility owned and operated by a private company under the control of the Chinese government to have an administrator appointed to run it.
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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/selkirk-seniors-village-report-1.5394554

3rd B.C. seniors home owned by Chinese company fails standard of care, placed under health authority control

Complaints about Selkirk Seniors Village cited neglect, emotional abuse, staffing shortages, hygiene issues

Selkirk Seniors Village has faced dozens of complaints over neglect, emotional abuse, staffing shortages, health and hygiene issues and dangerous facilities. (Mike McArthur/CBC)
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Conditions at the Selkirk Seniors Village in Victoria are so dire the Vancouver Island Health Authority has taken over daily operations of the care home.

That makes Selkirk the third B.C. seniors facility owned and operated by a private company under the control of the Chinese government to have an administrator appointed to run it.

The move comes on the heels of a damning report by South Island Medical Health Officer Dr. Murray Fyfe, who assessed the status of dozens of complaints from families with loved ones living at Selkirk.

The complaints cited neglect, emotional abuse, staffing shortages, health and hygiene issues and dangerous facilities.

“Based on the number and nature of contraventions outlined in the final investigation summary, it is my opinion that action is required to protect the health, safety and dignity of persons in care at Selkirk Seniors Village,” wrote Fyfe.

According to Fyfe, Selkirk’s administration failed repeatedly to meet the minimum requirements of the Continuing Care and Assisted Living Act, which governs seniors care in the province. Fyfe said management at Selkirk appeared either unable or unwilling to meet its mandated responsibilities.

Mark Blandford, executive director of primary care and seniors health for Island Health, said complaints dating as far back as 2017 were ignored by management.

Most beds publicly funded

“Many of those complaints relate to quality of care, delivery of medication and management of things like wounds,” said Blandford.

“The overall basic standard of care that we would expect in a facility of this type has not been delivered.”

Of the 217 long-term beds at Selkirk Seniors Village, 185 are publicly funded.

Island Health said complaints dating as far back as 2017 were ignored by management. (Mike McArthur/CBC)

Earlier this year, the Nanaimo Seniors Village and Comox Valley Seniors Village were put under administration by Island Health.

All three are owned and operated by the Retirement Concepts group of companies, which has 20 seniors care homes across B.C..

In 2017, Retirement Concepts was purchased by the Chinese company Anbang in a federally-approved sale.

Homes understaffed

Anbang was seized by the government of China in 2018 after its CEO, Wu Xiahui, was sentenced to 18 years in prison for fraud and embezzlement.

Blandford says the common denominator of the three care homes now under administration is a failure by management to meet required staffing levels.

The Hospital Employees Union says workers at the facilities earn between $3 and $5 an hour less than in other locations.

In October, Island Health added 12 resident care aids, one licensed practical nurse position to cover all shifts, and one registered nurse in order to stabilize operations at Selkirk.

Blandford said the costs associated with propping up Selkirk and the two other two care homes are being charged to Retirement Concepts.

MAXIME BERNIER & THE PEOPLE’S PARTY OF CANADA GET IT — WE NEED A MORATORIUM ON IMMIGRATION AT LEAST UNTIL CANADA’S LEGIONS OF UNEMPLOYED — VICTIMS OF CORONAVIRUS HYSTERIA — GET BACK TO WORK

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MAXIME BERNIER IN ACTION

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On March 12, the day before Parliament was suspended because of the pandemic, the Trudeau government announced its plan to accept one million immigrants in the next three years.

Since then, millions of Canadians have lost their job or been forced to work fewer hours.

The situation has completely changed.

It may take years for the unemployment rate to come down to more normal levels.

Does it make sense to continue to welcome 350 thousand immigrants every year when millions of Canadians are out of a job?

Of course not!

We should give priority to Canadian workers looking for a job.

For the moment, Canada’s borders are closed to most non-residents and there is in effect an immigration moratorium.

This moratorium should continue after the borders are reopened, until unemployment has gone down.

And then, we should have a real debate about having a sustainable level of immigration, instead of the mass immigration that the Liberals are planning.

Frederick, if you agree that we should have a moratorium on immigration, sign our petition.

And if you can afford if in these difficult times, please pitch in $2 to help us fight for the rights of unemployed Canadians.

Thank you,
-Max

 

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