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Suggestions For Free Speech University Groups To Achieve

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Suggestions For Free Speech University Groups To Achieve

by Dan MurrayImmigration Watch Canada

There are signs that university students are getting fed up with the anti-White brainwashing promoted by university administrators and professors on a daily basis. May I make some suggestions about what actions students should take to fight back against the malicious deceivers handing Canada over to hordes of foreign immigrants?

  1. In whatever ways possible, confront and shame our national broadcaster into doing its duty to Canada. Our CBC was started for nationalist reasons to counteract the cultural domination of Canada by the U.S., but it has been turned into an anti-white mouthpiece for Canada’s immigration lobby, (immigration lawyers, immigration advocates, realtors, developers and ethnic groups (such as the Chinese, Sikhs, Muslims and others). The CBC regularly portrays Canadian history as an unending assault on different groups such as First Nations and allegedly “superior” non-whites. It advocates indirectly that the only way that Canada can atone for its so-called shameful past is to allow an unending flow of unnecessary immigrants into Canada. We need to recruit high profile supporters who will join us in potential meetings with the CRTC and any relevant authorities in demonstrations against the CBC in order to put the CBC put back into the hands of Canada’s majority population. If it requires that CBC broadcast licences be revoked, the sooner that happens the better.
  2. Hire Angus Reid or another polling firm to conduct a full or combined poll about the immigration issue in Canada. A major aim of the poll would be to determine the level of awareness that Canadians have of the immigration issue. (very basic matters such as the number of immigrants Canada takes per year, the cost of immigration, the number of TFW’s it takes, the number of foreign students it takes, etc. We have long suspected that most Canadians know very little about the immigration issue. We need some empirical evidence to determine whether our suspicion is correct. We also need to demand that governments at all levels and our educational institutions at all levels release information which reveals a true picture of what is happening to Canada, We suspect that the information that will be released will demonstrate that Canada’s mass immigration policy has caused a large number of very negative consequences. Among those consequences are such serious matters as unaffordable housing in both B.C. and Southern Ontario, displacement of Canadian-born in our universities, and an anti-White hiring policy throughout Canadian society. We believe that a lack of information is at least partially responsible for the marginalization of Canadian-born of European ancestry. It has also led to a lack of corrective measures to end the marginalization.
  3. Start a campaign to obtain the truth about mass immigration’s impact on Canada’s education system (elementary schools to universities). Ridiculous statements by the President of the University of Manitoba about a flyer distributed there in the past few weeks and similar statements made by others who manage our education system indicate that those who are supposed to be leading Canada’s future leaders are mere propagandists who want to use the education system to perpetuate their narrow treasonous views. We have to file freedom of Information requests at many universities to determine what has been done to subvert Canada’s long-term interests. We need to challenge administrative biases throughout the education system.Examples of information to demand : a) numbers of international students attending our universities; b) number of International students who are transferring from Student Visa Status to Permanent Resident Status and thus avoiding higher tuition fees; c) the number of young people of European descent who have been displaced by International students and college/university student acceptance policies; d) hiring policy for faculty and school staff. We should be advocating an end to preferential hiring for visible minorities and the beginning of a hiring policy that gives preference to Canadian-born, particularly those of European ancestry; e) the extent of pro-high immigration bias and historical factual errors in text books at all levels. Arrange meetings with textbook publishers and confront them. (See: “Our School Textbooks Have Distorted Our Immigration History” AND “Textbook Teaches National Suicide OK” AND “Our School Textbooks Burn The Truth“)
  4. Start a campaign to obtain the truth about what our Federal Department of Immigration, Citizen, and refugees is doing to create a race mixed Canada without whites. For example, we need to know the TRUE COST OF IMMIGRATION to Canada, the cost of bringing International students to Canada, the total of remittances sent from Canada to other countries by Temporary Foreign Workers, the number of Temporary Foreign Workers here and the extent of their competition with Canadians for scarce employment opportunities. We also need to end support programmes for ethnic groups and to end the funding of the hundreds of organizations who operate job programmes and promote multiculturalism . Canada’s immigration policies and these programmes have resulted in a surge of ethnic enclaves (from less than 10 in the 1980’s to around 300 now. (See: “Exploiting Canada all the way to the bank“)
  5. Start a campaign to determine the amount of immigration fraud (Marriage fraud, Document fraud especially ) that has been committed. Subsequently, pressure out politicians to create a legal framework to facilitate the quick removal of those who have committed fraud.
  6. Determine the demographic effects of mass immigration on Canada’s majority population and founding people’s and take immediate steps to end the marginalization of Whites. (See:  “In 2011, Visible Minorities Were the Majority In 31+ Canadian Ridings“).
Finally, if you don’t have time, just put flyers around your campus with the words “It’s OK to be White“. Really test whether free speech is really possible on our campuses.
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I Am A Canadian And This Is My Story

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I Am A Canadian And This Is My Story

by Tim Murray

CBC's 'What's Your Story'
CBC’s ‘What’s Your Story’

In the run-up to “Canada” Day you may have come across a series of short video vignettes submitted by “Canadians” to the CBC, which had encouraged them to “tell your story.” And so they did, in droves.

But curiously it seemed that only “New” Canadians were so inclined. White home-grown, old-stock Canadians who wreaked of normality, heterosexuality or ‘privilege’ were conspicuous in their absence. I wonder why?

The truth is, the CBC is not interested in ordinary Canadians, but extraordinary Canadians. Poster boys for the first post-national state. That is, they want to showcase the Canadians who cut the politically correct mustard or pass the ideological litmus test. Only tolerant and enlightened Canadians need apply. Friends of the CBC, in other words. They do not want to “reflect” the image of present day Canada as much as to depict the image of the Canada they want to see unfold, the Canada of the future, the Canada they are trying to engineer.

Take a look at a sample of the “Canadians” who made to the CBC hit parade, and you will get a flavour of what I am talking about: “What’s Your Story.”

It is abundantly evident that the CBC was not celebrating “Canada” Day, but Immigrant Day. July 1st is all about the deification of the immigrant, coupled with constant reminders of our shameful treatment of indigenous people, just in case we forgot that we too are immigrants or descendents of immigrants, and as such have no moral authority to restrict further immigration.

The message was clear. Canada is a nation of immigrants. Immigration is what defines this country. Perpetual immigration on a grand scale therefore is necessary to validate that contention. So move over, make way, park your gripes, shut up and smile.

Thus, CBC viewers were subjected to a parade of immigrants “of colour” and an assortment of the fashionably oppressed. Members of almost every certified victim group. They told us of their heroic journey to a wonderful ‘welcoming’ country where they could be free to be themselves. They concluded their tales with the same punch line. “This is my story and this is my Canada.” Indeed it is.

But Canadians of European ancestry have stories to tell too. The CBC just doesn’t want us to hear them. So in the interest of fair play and “inclusion,” I thought I might post the submissions of the excluded, the reputedly bigoted “basket of deplorables” whom the CBC deems unworthy of notice and unfit to speak — the very ones who foot the annual $1 billion bill for the CBC. Stories like these:

Tracy Bennett
Tracy

My name is Tracy Bennett and I was raped by a Somali taxi cab driver in Edmonton, the city I once knew. After being shafted by diversity, I long to return to the safety of a Canada that is long past. A past that I am told was “White and boring.” If only I could be bored again. If only I could be bored by less congested streets, less gridlock, lower rents, affordable housing, fewer ethnic gangs, unlocked doors and social cohesion. I feel unsafe, insecure and disconnected. This is my story and this is their Canada.

Mike Byers
Mike

My name is Mike Byers. I grew up in Vancouver, became a journey carpenter and through hard work and dedication, I eventually established my own home construction company. At one point there were 20 people in my crew, all paid at union rates. Then my bids were undercut by Indo-Canadian and Chinese contractors who employed untrained foreign born workers, many of them illegal, at cut-rate wages. My business folded and now I am selling cars in Kamloops. This is my story and this is now their Canada.

Shelly Peterson
Shelly

My name is Shelly Peterson. I once had a dream that I could raise a family and own my own home here in Greater Vancouver, as my parents did. But even with advanced degrees and well paid professional jobs my partner Mike and I have trouble paying the rent, never mind find the money for a down payment on a small condo unit. Having kids is out of the question. Mass immigration and laundered Chinese money have sent the city’s real estate prices into the stratosphere, and many of the friends I went to school with have fled the city to find a life elsewhere. If they do, they often have to settle for work unrelated to their skills or training. It seems that I will be forced to follow their path. This is my story and this is now their Canada.

Craig Muller
Craig

My name is Craig Muller. I spent most of my life working in the woods as a logger, and I made some good money back in those days. But after I was injured, and the Workers Compensation Board turned down my claim, I couldn’t put food on table. I lost my livelihood and my marriage. Since then I’ve been living on the streets, most of the time. It’s funny that the government finds money for Syrian refugees but not enough for people like me. They say they are going to build more social housing units but it will be a drop in the bucket. I thought maybe that I could stay at the Welcoming Centre but it seems that I am not welcome. I am not an undocumented immigrant. No one seems to be able to afford housing in this city and when you look around you can see why. Too many people are coming in, and most of them are coming in from you know where. This is my story and this now their Canada.

Barbara Turnbull
Barbara

My name is Barbara Turnbull. Ever since I was a girl, I dreamed of becoming a school teacher. Nothing in life seemed to be so rewarding. So when I entered university, I enrolled in the “Professional Development Program,” and completed my teacher training. I sent in applications to school boards across the province, but I could only find an opening in Vancouver. I found the job more challenging than I ever imagined. It was not that the class sizes were too high — they were — but that there were so many students who could not speak English adequately. I was overwhelmed. Instead of job satisfaction, I experienced frustration, stress and exhaustion. And I am not alone. Many other teachers have suffered the same fate. But whenever we complain to city politicians, they tell us that their hands are tied. The federal government is not providing them with the money and resources to cope with massive numbers of immigrants. They say that they are not in charge of immigration policy. But I notice that none of them lobby to cut immigration intakes. I can’t take it anymore. I am looking for another line of work. This is my story and this is their Canada.

Michael Renwick
Michael

My name is Michael Renwick. I grew up in Richmond B.C. when it was covered with the best farmland in Canada. In my youth, nature was close at hand in every corner of the Lower Mainland. It was a paradise for kids. We built forts in the woods, saw frogs on vacant lots, fished on the river and cycled on the dykes. As an adult I became a passionate bird watcher, hiker and conservationist. However, mass immigration changed everything. Fighting against development, densification, sprawl, and destruction of local habitats was a losing battle. Worst of all, the environmental movement let us down. Instead of targeting the source of the problem — mass immigration-driven population growth — they attacked symptoms. They hacked at the branches of evil rather than cut its root. The Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley I know and loved is gone, replaced by strip malls, big box stores, high rises, condos and subdivisions. Its population is three times as large as the Healey report of 1997 said was ecologically sustainable. Saddened by what transpired, I left the city to seek a quiet haven in northern BC. Another urban refugee. This is my story and this is their Canada.

My name is Tim Murray. You know my story. And I know that this is not my Canada — nor my CBC.

Uniformity in the Guise of Diversity: The Sham Debates on CBC Discussion Panels

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Thursday, 28 July 2016

Uniformity in the Guise of Diversity: The Sham Debates on CBC Discussion Panels

by Tim Murray

CBC = Canadian Blue-Piller Corporation
CBC = Canadian Blue-Piller Corporation

“Gaps Press”: The Omission of Inconvenient Facts

Leftist John Grierson, the first Commissioner of the National Film Board of Canada — later dismissed for his communist sympathies — once said something to the effect that successful manipulation of public opinion largely consists not in slanting the news, but choosing it. The real power of a news outlet lies in its ability to determine what is and what is not newsworthy. Thus, the public is not so much victimized by the “lying press” as by what patriotic Germans have recently dubbed the “Lückenpresse” — the “gaps” press. Leaving out crucially relevant information is as effective as misrepresenting it. The silent lie is as potent — and morally reprehensible — as the uttered lie.

Of course, this technique is not confined to the print media, but to television and radio as well. None employ it better than CBC Pravda, Canada’s state broadcaster, which may be described as the conversion of conscripted taxpayer money into thinly veiled ideologically partisan bullshit. Its apparent mandate is to manufacture consent by using journalism as a mechanism of social engineering. For the “Friends of the CBC,” the CBC is the appointed gatekeeper of information that can be trusted not to let inconvenient truths to slip by and red-pill the public. The objective is not to just keep disturbing ideas out, but to keep the masses in. Inside the CBC matrix. Canadians must not be let out of their sheep pen, or radical campus feminists would put it, their ‘safe zone’.

As I have long said, the CBC is an infallible guide as to what is not happening in the world. Perhaps then CBC “Pravda” is not an appropriate appellation, for “Pravda” is the Russian word for “truth.” A more apt description of the CBC and its mission would be “The Omission of Truth.”

There are several ways that Mother Corp pulls this off. One, the standard way, is to simply neglect to mention inconvenient facts and events — or acknowledge them only after competing media have forced their hand. If, for example, a TV viewer wanted to know anything about the Rotherham scandal, or the sexual harassment and assault of women in Cologne by swarms of largely male Muslim migrants, he wouldn’t turn to CBC National News. Not unless he wanted to wait until the story was cold.

Therein lies the irony. The broadcaster that is blatantly aligned to political forces whose clarion call is “inclusion” is noteworthy for its exclusion. When the CBC says that it has an “exclusive,” one’s instinctive reaction might be, “This is news?” The CBC is consistently exclusive of ‘hate’ facts, that is, facts that the political class and its flock hate to hear.

Discussion Panels: Narcissism of Small Differences

The other classic CBC technique of news omission is the presentation of a discussion panel which implies that a full range of perspectives will be brought to bear on the topic in question. Typically, there is a panellist who is thought to be on the Left, and one thought to be on the Right — as the CBC defines it — and another with his or her feet planted on both sides of the issue. In truth however, all three are more or less on the same page. All are mired in the muck of the centre-left moral consensus. If you lie outside that consensus, you are not of the Right, but the “far Right,” a moral leper beyond the pale of acceptable discourse.

The funny thing is that this “far Right” upon closer scrutiny looks a lot like the Old Left looked like. A cause that favours job protection for indigenous workers, opposes unfettered free trade, globalism, and austerity and upholds the welfare state by defending it from the crippling claims made upon it by cheap imported labour and an endless stream of refugees. Oh, and like the Old Left, the new Right, the “alt-Right, or the “far” Right as they are variously called are dedicated to the preservation of freedom of expression. How quaint.

CBC panel discussions go essentially like this, “Hands up. Which panellist here believes that the official policy of Multiculturalism has been a disaster for this country? No hands? Then are there any panellists here who believe that the federal government should substantially reduce immigration intakes? No one? Then I thereby declare mass immigration and multiculturalism is the winner by acclamation and good for the country.”

The tag team of Mesley and Mansbridge cannot be likened to referees trying to break up two adversaries locked in mortal verbal combat, but to moderators of a pantomime, a mock duel between puppets who argue over various nuances of a common world view. The debates may be spirited, but they are not markedly polarized. In fact, when voices become strident, it is usually a reflection of trivial differences. It’s what Freud called the narcissism of small differences. People who resent each others’ similarity go to great pains to seize on trivial points of departure and inflate them so as to stake out what they believe is their distinctive identity.

That is what characterizes campaign rhetoric in Canada. Political parties do their best to magnify their differences in order to foster the illusion that they offer starkly different pathways, an illusion dispelled when the opposition forms the government. They campaign on the Left and govern from the Right — or vice versa. Eventually some voters get wise. They come to understand that there is no Left or Right, but merely the “ins” and the “outs.” Most however, never learn. They can be persuaded to run lemming-like over the cliff on cue in pursuit of the ‘leftwing’ or ‘rightwing’ boogeyman of the day. Meanwhile, the CBC wants to sell tickets to a fight, a real “horse race” with everything allegedly on the line. Everything, that is, except the policies that matter. The bipartisan policies that guide the nation, the policies of mindless immigration-driven population growth and continued cultural fragmentation, dressed up in the trendy jargon of economic development, sustainability and diversity.

The Objective: Simulate Debate to Uphold the Status Quo

CBC health warning logo
CBC health warning logo. The broadcasting station is liable for a heavy overdose of establishment propaganda.

But that is all as it should be for a state broadcaster whose mission is to manage dissent by limiting it to its handpicked ‘dissenters’. As the maestro of media propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, observed,

A media system wants ostensible diversity that conceals an actual uniformity.

Noam Chomsky said much the same thing in his book, The Common Good:

The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum – even encourage the more critical and dissident views. This gives people the sense that there’s free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of debate.

Exactly.


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The Illegal Migrant Invasion of Europe: Just Another Day at the Office for the CBC

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The Illegal Migrant Invasion of Europe: Just Another Day at the Office for the CBC

by Tim Murray

Asylum applications for Germany in 2015
CBC: “Carrying capacity? What’s that?”
Estimated asylum applications in Germany in 2015: 800,000 — and no end in sight

August 28, 2015 was just another day at the office for CBC television’s flagship news hour The National.

Since the beginning of the year, viewers have become accustomed to seeing one or two news clips or features each night that are designed to draw attention to the inherent bigotry and racism of whites — the new “blacks”. Every time you sit down to watch The National, you can always count on the CBC to present a story about the evils of Residential Schools or the high rates of violence against native women, or the lack of parity with whites in medical care, or past discrimination against Chinese, Sikhs and blacks, or the barriers that they faced in rising to athletic or military fame, or the plight of “undocumented” immigrants in Canada… the list goes on. The message: we have much to be ashamed of, much to apologize for, and many amends to make. We owe our standing to “White Privilege”, and we must proceed with haste to relinquish it.

Last night viewers saw another installment of this ongoing campaign. This time, however, the issue was the current refugee crisis in Europe. The lead story was about 71 “asylum-seekers” who were jammed in a truck and found dead by a roadside in Austria, the victims of suffocation. Then viewers bore witness to disturbing scenes of corpses washed ashore in Libya, all drowned in a failed attempt to reach Europe. Of course, this footage was provided to give a human face to the statistics that the CBC spewed out in machine gun fashion. Statistics like the number of migrants who had so far drowned in the Mediterranean (2500), the number that had arrived so far this year (340,000), and the staggering number whom Chancellor Angela Merkel and her collaborators will have processed before the year is out (800,000). This will be quadruple the number who came last year.

Stopping the flow of illegal migrants to Europe? Not even an option at the CBC. Instead talk about how Canada should follow the — suicidal — European example. How should Europe cope with this flow? Stopping it was not an option. It was not on the table. This is the CBC we are talking about, after all. No, instead we heard from people like an Austrian official who said that we must “build legal channels” for these people to get here. It is about getting EU member states to “fairly share the burden”. After all, Germany is “a big and prosperous nation”, and there is lot of room in the nations to the north (Scandinavia).

But how many will come? How many more will come when the news gets out that entry into Europe will be safer and easier? The possibility that the queue is never-ending does not factor into the Cultural Marxist equation. But why should we expect otherwise? You might get Cultural Marxist politicians to talk about immigration, but you will never get them to give you a number. Like Samuel Gompers, when asked about what trade unions wanted, they simply answer “more”. Neither Merkel nor Cameron nor Jeb Bush nor Thomas Mulcair nor Justin Trudeau will tell you how many people they ultimately want to live in their respective countries. They will only tell you that we must do “more”. Some might concede that we can’t absorb new waves of migrants indefinitely, but in the meantime, the sky is the limit. Carrying capacity? What’s that?

Ian Hanomansing, the National’s anchor this night, in referring to the fact that the Canadian government relies heavily on private sponsorship to determine refugee intakes, stated that “Canadians must step up to the plate”. But then came the good news. There is a coalition of people in Toronto who are doing just that. People of disparate faiths. One of them was a descendent of Holocaust survivors who felt it here obligation to do for Syrian and Iraqi refugees what Canada did for her relatives. Oh yes, the Holocaust card. Play it and you win the argument every time. That is why the phrase “None is Too Many” is always thrown out whenever a critic introduces a word of caution about opening the floodgates too widely and quickly. “None is Too Many” is the infamous reply that Prime Minister MacKenzie King gave to a question as to how many German Jewish refugees Canada should admit.

To cap this formulaic narrative, viewers were subsequently treated to one of those famous CBC “Panel” discussions, where veteran commentators or experts who are on the same ideological page pretend to offer a genuine debate about the issue. Their opinions typically range from the centre-Left to the far Left. This time, however, there were only two panellists, Janice Stein, Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs, and Saeed Khan, a lecturer in Near East and Asian Studies at Wayne State University — and there was a hint of division.

Khan said that Europe can expect one million, not 800,000, refugees this year, but, not to worry. Since there are 740 million Europeans, one million will be a “small percentage”. Moreover, they will be just popping over for a visit, an overnight stay if you will, as once the dust settles in the Middle East, and Syria and Iraq are sorted out, these asylum-seekers will want to go back. They will “re-migrate”.

Yeah sure they will, Dr. Khan. It seems that Khan was reading from the same script that the late Senator Ted Kennedy read from in 1965 when he assured opponents of his proposed changes to immigration policy that it would not result in a significant change to the ethnic profile of the United States or to the country’s population level.

Stein, to her credit, was not so optimistic. She pointed out that there are 4 million displaced Syrians, and there is no end in sight. Then came a shocking revelation. “Europe does not want nor is it capable of accommodating these numbers”, Stein pointed out. One wonders how the CBC faithful survived this sudden injection of reality.

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CBC health warning logo. The broadcasting station is liable for a heavy overdose of anti-European propaganda.

It is clear that the CBC has a mission: Manufactured Consent. Indoctrination by increments. Watching the CBC should come with a health warning.

As any good official State Broadcaster would do, the CBC is softening us up for the coming invasion, whose proportions would boggle our imagination. Think not of a million refugees. Think in terms of tens of millions of refugees. Think even of a billion people on the move in the next decade or two — and that may be a conservative estimate. The consequences will be lethal to our nation, and to those in Europe, America and Australia.

By the time the masses come to their senses, it may be far too late. And you can bet that as more take to the streets or protest outside migrant centres, as more so-called “far right” parties rise in strength, the propaganda campaign waged against them will grow ever more intense. “Anti-immigrant” groups will be vilified with greater vigour, and politicians like Chancellor Merkel will be praised for taking “a real leadership role” in turning a deaf ear to the people. Germany, she has declared, is a nation proud of its diversity, and “has no room for violence or intolerance”, or “those who are not willing to help where help is needed”. But one day most Germans will have no room for Angela Merkel.

We are headed toward an epic storm