‘No Race-Based Education’

“Canadian aboriginal elites are now demanding more than just the maintenance of their control over educational financial assistance for aboriginal youth. They’re demanding complete control over the entire aboriginal education system itself! 

“Unfortunately, when considering the causes of low academic achievement on the part of aboriginal youth, it is apparently ‘verboten’…to ever publicly ask or debate whether or not the “separate but equal” status quo might be contributing to this disastrous situation (THAT might threaten egos, funding, control over funding, and Indian industry jobs). Rather…their solution is for Canada and the provinces to pour more money into the existing dysfunctional situation, and to give aboriginal elites more control over it…”
–Peter Best

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‘‘Black’ Fragility Is Racist’

“The ‘black’ fragility of…#BlackLivesMatter isn’t rational, it’s racist. Its exaggerated sense of peril is really prejudice. When a ‘white’ man suspects any random ‘black’ man of being out to get him, he’s a racist. When a ‘black’ man suspects any random ‘white’ man of being out to get him, he’s just being #BlackLivesMatter.”

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‘Say ‘NO’ to Segregation’

“It may be true that you can’t legislate integration, but you can legislate desegregation. Old Man Segregation is on his deathbed… But history has proven that social systems have a great last-minute breathing power, and the guardians of the status quo are always on hand with their oxygen tents, to keep the old order alive…
If democracy is to live, segregation must die.”
–Martin Luther King

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‘Segregating Remembrance Day’

This is divisive, offensive and racist.
Soldiers fought AS ONE for Canada and should be remembered that way! 

“November 8 is #IndigenousVeteransDay. Today, along with every day, we celebrate and remember ‘Indigenous’ veterans and all they have done. Thank you for your service and the impact you have made.”
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‘Ban the Burka’

This post was first published 5 years ago, on our Facebook page:

“It is a barrier in civic discourse. It also subverts public trust.”


“As a Muslim mother who never saw a niqab when I was growing up in Karachi, Pakistan, I am astonished to see Canada’s judiciary caving in to Islamists who have nothing but contempt for Canada’s values of gender equality.

“I write this as a Muslim Canadian who does not have any specific political leanings. But in the 25 years I have called Canada home, I have seen a steady rise of Muslim women being strangled in the pernicious black tent that is passed off to naïve and guilt-ridden white, mainstream Canadians as an essential Islamic practice.  Continue reading “‘Ban the Burka’”

‘Another Result of Reserve Dysfunction’

Here is yet another repercussion of Canada’s segregated reserve system for aboriginals. Many reserves are simply drug and alcohol-infested ghettos where the rule of law and civil rights are often non-existent, and the lawlessness is spreading into Canadian cities: 

“A man was found not guilty of attempted murder, but guilty on lesser charges including assault with a weapon, after a downtown shooting involving Saskatoon police in September 2017. A Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench judge found Mike Arcand, 35, also guilty of four other gun-related offences in connection to the incident that caused chaos on 4th Avenue South…

“In his decision, Justice Jeff Kalmakoff said he did not believe the reliability or credibility of Arcand’s testimony during the trial. He said video exhibits also discredited Arcand’s testimony.  Continue reading “‘Another Result of Reserve Dysfunction’”

‘Union Playing Racist Identity Politics’

It used to be that unions used ‘identity politics’ on behalf of the working class, regardless of skin colour. Now, while projecting American history on Canadians — and endorsing the racist ‘Black Lives Matter’ — we get this from a Canadian Left-wing government workers’ union (CUPE): 

“February 1 marks the beginning of ‘Black’ History Month (also known as African Heritage month). ‘Black’ History Month is a time for all Canadians to reflect and educate ourselves on the history of enslavement, discrimination, bigotry and criminalization of people of African descent {?} Continue reading “‘Union Playing Racist Identity Politics’”