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The Great Replacement, NEVER!

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The Truth About the Great Replacement

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The Great Replacement of Canada’s European Founding/Settler People

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Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Sean Fraser.


Canada to welcome 500,000 immigrants a year by 2025 as minister moves to hand-pick more newcomers

[This is insane. This self-hating, White hating tyrant Trudeau cannot replace the European founding/settler people(et les quebecois de souche) fast enough. Over 85% of the engineered flood will come from the Third World. This is genocide on the instalment plan! “Skills shortage?” Why not train Canadians? What skills are lacking — more cab drivers in Brampton or Surrey. Greedy businesses was cheap labour! How will 500,000 more affect our already broken medical system or housing shortage or traffic gridlock in the GTA and the Lower Mainland of BC. This is the Great Replacement at work. — Paul Fromm]

Ottawa will use new power to hand-pick new immigrants to meet Canada’s skill shortages, raise intake of sponsorship of parents and grandparents and begin issuing temporary visas for spouses while their permanent residence applications are in process.

The federal government will use new power to hand-pick immigrants to address Canada’s skill shortages, increase the sponsorship of parents and grandparents, and begin issuing temporary visas for spouses while their permanent-residence applications are being processed.

Those are some of the highlights of Canada’s latest immigration plan — announced Tuesday — which will see this country look to bring in 465,000 new permanent residents next year, 485,000 in 2024 and 500,000 in 2025. (Toronto Star, November 1, 2022)


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 Formed by remnants of the province’s anti-immigration scene, the Patriot Party promises to save Québec from “cultural genocide.”Posted on August 26, 2021

Sébastien Roback (edited)

A Québec-based political party named the Parti patriote (Patriot Party) is bringing their brand of ethnonationalism into the 2021 Canadian federal election.

Billing itself as a nationalist and sovereignist movement, the party’s raison d’être is to “defend the Québécois people from anything that threatens its existence.” They believe these threats, which are listed in their platform, have already led to the “extinction” of many Western nations.

“Let us affirm ourselves against globalism, mass immigration, and illegal immigration instrumentalized by the enemies of our nation in order to make us disappear and/or to reduce our collective power,” reads the main page of the party’s crudely designed website.

Founded in 2019, the Patriot Party originally sought to participate in the previous federal elections, but failed to register any candidates in time for its name to appear on ballots. This time, they have promised to recruit a slate of at least 20 candidates across Québec running under the Patriot banner.

Their platform also refers to multiculturalism as a “perverse postmodern doctrine aiming for the cultural genocide of the québécois people,” and emphasizes the Patriots’ opposition to the so-called “Great Replacement” – a White nationalist concern that says the white population of Western countries are being deliberately replaced through immigration.

On social media, the Patriot Party’s concern with the “integration” of Muslims – and especially Muslim women – is on full display. In dozens of Facebook posts, the party and its officials share pictures of veiled women along with captions like “Integration, a major problem in Québec,” eliciting aggressive responses from its supporters, who refer to Muslims as “parasites” and as “plagues.”

Transgender women are similarly targeted throughout their content.

Though their recent arrival on the political scene means they are unlikely to will win any seats in the upcoming election, electoral gains might not be the Patriot Party’s primary objective. On social media, the party has made repeated calls for donations in order to print signs to be place “all across Québec” – including in ridings where the party is not yet fielding candidates. 

This image was shared on the Patriot Party’s social media accounts. It reads: “Do you want these signs all across Québec? Make a donation to the Patriot Party.”  

One of these signs has the words “No to mass immigration,” complete with a woman making a “stop” hand gesture. 

Elections Canada currently lists the Patriot Party as eligible for registration, meaning it met the requirements to become an official party, but has yet to run a candidate in an election. This is likely to change on the candidate registration deadline.


The Patriot Party’s founder, Donald Proulx, is a longtime anti-immigration activist who is well-known for his participation in protests outside Lacolle, Québec, a border town, in opposition to an influx of asylum seekers. During one of these Roxham Road demonstrations, Proulx shared the microphone with members of La Meute, as well as with Ontarian activist Kevin Goudreau.

Before taking interest in federal politics, Proulx attempted to found a municipal party in Montréal, in opposition to then-Mayor Denis Coderre. In a Facebook post, Proulx denounced the latter’s views on immigration, as well as his perceived silence in the face of a supposed wave of violence in the city.

“In Montréal, anarchists (antifas) are disturbing, censoring and even using violence against québécois nationalists … and what are Coderre and city council doing? Nothing! On top of staying silent, they have declared that Montréal is a ‘sanctuary city,’ a refuge for illegal immigration. Enough!’”

Donald Proulx, posing in front of a Patriot Party sign. Source: Facebook.

Though he remains very active as its president, Proulx has since handed over the reins of the Patriot Party to Carl Brochu, a 51-year-old videomaker and ex-high school teacher best known for his role in planning a stunt in which he, alongside members of a far-right group named Front Patriotique (Patriotic Front) snuck into a Liberal Party of Canada event to heckle Prime Minister Trudeau. 

Brochu was announced as the party’s new leader on June 12, 2021, during an event attended by members of the Groupe Sécurité Patriote (Patriot Security Group), a group known for providing its security services to nationalist groups like the Soldiers of Odin during demonstrations. During his first leadership speech, Brochu claimed that Québec sovereigntists face a five-to-one battle against “ethnic,” Indigenous and anglophone voters, as well as “colonized québécois” and the “Canadian federalist machine.”

Carl Brochu during his leadership speech, alongside a member of the Groupe Sécurité Patriote. Source: Facebook.

Weeks after the election, he would go on to describe CAP as “controlled opposition” on Radio InfoCité, a conspiracy-oriented sovereigntist radio station.

No Longer a Conspiracy? Democrat Senator Dick Durbin Brags About How Mass Immigration Is Replacing White People, Disenfranchising Republican Voters in the Process

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No Longer a Conspiracy? Democrat Senator Dick Durbin Brags About How Mass Immigration Is Replacing White People, Disenfranchising Republican Voters in the Process

Paul Kersey • July 20, 2021 • 200 Words • 53 CommentsReplyTweetRedditShareShareEmailPrintMore RSS

It’s not a conspiracy when the right people celebrate the disenfranchisement of White America. It’s just a fact worthy of shouting from the highest hill. [Dem Senator Dick Durbin: White People Are Being Demographically Replaced, GOP Is Doomed, Information Liberation, July 19, 2021]:

Democratic Senator Dick Durbin on Monday boasted that “the demographics of America are not on the side of the Republican Party” and predicted that an ongoing influx of “new voters” will ensure the GOP is doomed.

“The demographics of America are not on the side of the Republican Party,” Durbin said. “The new voters in this country are moving away from them, away from Donald Trump, away from their party creed that they preach.”

I thought the Great Replacement was a “conspiracy theory”?

Is this why the border has been thrown wide open to unlimited third world immigration and illegals are secretly being flown all over the country by the military?

Meanwhile, the GOP is looking for the next non-white to promote as their avatar for minority outreach, while The Great Replacement ensures the Republican opportunity for capturing state and national elections is as likely as their party winning the mayoral election if nearly 95 perce

Paul Fromm discusses the plan to replace Europe’s indigenous people with non-Whites promoted by Richard Count Coudenhove-Kalergi

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Paul Fromm discusses the plan to replace Europe’s indigenous people with non-Whites promoted by Richard Count Coudenhove-Kalergi


* Count Richard Coudenohove-Kalergi was a powerful conspirator and the idea man behind the European Union* His real goal was not more economic co-operation among Europeans but ultimately their destruction* An end to nations, to nationalities and their replacement by massive immigration

The Cult of Kalergi: The Planned Replacement of the European People He discusses his new booklet “The Cult of Kalergi” [Order from C-FAR Books, Box 332, Rexdale, ON., M9W 5L3. $7.00] https://www.bitchute.com/video/VVD9QbtODeNV/

Durham Politicos Hysterical Over Race Realist Poster on Replacement of European Canadians

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Durham Politicos Hysterical Over Race Realist Poster on Replacement of European Canadians


Read this poster carefully. It is calm and factual, except that the European population of Canada today is actually about 78 per cent and the date when we tip into minority status is closer to 2050.


Now, the hysterical reactions. The Global News (February 7, 2020) report begins with the headline: ” This is not the Whitby I live in’: Town, experts react to racist posters spotted around city”. What does the headline of this fake news report even mean? The person quoted is the mayor and, of course, the posters are in his city.


“Racist?” That weaponized word invented by Lev Davidovich Bronstein (Trotsky) is all scare and no substance. What is “racist” about recognizing changes in demographics, particularly ones that trace the replacement of this country’s European founding/settler people?

Mayor Don Mitchell claims: “This is not the Whitby I live in and certainly doesn’t reflect the values of our town.” How does he know that? Do the European folks living in Whitby really welcome and rejoice in their own replacement — a result of deliberate immigration policies since 1965?”

And the police are investigating. What’s to investigate — the expression of a political point of view. Const. George Tudos assured Global: “Obviously we take these very seriously.” Such political policing is what you’d expect in Cuba.


And, then, the “expert”. ” Dr. Barbara Perry with Ontario Tech’s Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism says the posters could have come from a number of anti-immigrant groups. ‘They could be coming from more extreme groups, like the Soldiers of Odin, all of which [have] a presence in the area,” she said. Perry says far right groups such as the Soldiers of Odin are ‘very fearful of a loss of privilege.’” People have every right to fear being overwhelmed and replaced. It’s their country. It’s not a privilege!


Perry is massively funded by the federal government. This “expert” has never interviewed Canada’s two leading immigration reform groups – the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee or Immigration Watch Canada. The Chronicle (March 6, 2019) reported that the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism was receiving ” $367,000, over three years, in federal funding—for the examination of right-wing extremism in Canada.”

The cause of rising populism — she shows her bias calling it “extremism” — is no mystery. IT’S IMMIGRATION, STUPID! Immigration that runs contrary to the wishes of the majority of Canadians and which is changing our demographics.





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Watch “The Great Replacement” on YouTube

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The planned replacement through organized mass Third World immigration of the founding/settling people of North America, Australia and New Zealand and the indigenous people of Europe.