Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Canada, Cultural Marxism, ethnicity, European, Frankfurt School, race, Red Ice Radio, Ricardo Duchesne, United States, white on April 23, 2014 |
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Subsequent to my brief summary of the first hour of Dr. Ricardo Duchesne’s April 18, 2014 Red Ice Radio appearance, here is a full summary of his second hour appearance, available to members only:
- What about exploration of North and South Pole, and world’s tallest mountains by Europeans without violence? Critics of Western civilization don’t talk about it
12m – Double standard of critics of Western civilization who don’t talk about success and accomplishments
16m – Idealists today who change their tune if they landed in Canada in the 16th century in order to survive
17m – We live in a very affluent world today, and we don’t appreciate what it takes to achieve these things
18m – Ignorance and lack of thankfulness of what it takes to build up a successful society
19m – Whites in Toronto and Vancouver universities putting themselves down in front of non-whites
20m – Doesn’t think these critics have morality on their side when they just point to genocide of natives, and don’t consider pioneering spirit of European ancestors
22m – Colonization is a thing of the past
26m – Referred to rampant Muslim violence and rapes in Europe
- Excuses made for that
28m – 620,000 American men died in ending slavery
31m – False notion of collective guilt for slavery when only 5% of whites owned slaves in U.S.
32m – Cultural Marxists looked for other allies
33m – Working class knows there’s something wrong with mass immigration, but elites who live in safe, majority-white neighbourhoods are pushing it
- He’s angered by these immoral hypocrites, who are not to be trusted
34m – Frankfurt School
35m – Much easier to control people with no tie to ancestors or the past
- Convergence between leftist Cultural Marxists and right wing corporate neocons
37m – Corporatists who think white nations are just marketplaces
39m – Interesting convergence between Cultural Marxism and corporatism
41m – Someone he talked with who said the Cultural Marxists are useful idiots w.r.t. corporate people, but he disagrees with that
42m – White population in U.S. more disposed to look toward themselves for solutions instead of govt
43m – Tony Blair and Labour Party’s clause 4
- Fabian Society and Tony Blair
47m – Surprised at how fast mass non-white immigration happened after white-preferential immigration policies were removed
49m – William Lyon Mackenzie King could’ve said we want Canada to be European in character, but not anymore
50m – There is a conspiratorial element to official multiculturalism
51m – Duplicitous elites
- People from China and Japan are wondering what’s going on with Western immigration policies
54m – Canada already was very multicultural in 1971 before the official policy of multiculturalism
56m – Mass immigration from the rest of the world only being done in white countries
- In updated UNB website, you rarely see white males, despite mostly being white province
- They’re doing it to get people prepared for a racially mixed society
59m – When he searches for his name, the first thing that comes up is “racist”, but he’s never said anything remotely openly racist
- He’s been warned that if he was at a bigger university, they would’ve come after him
- Said he’s ostracized at his university
1h – Says he was born in Puerto Rico, thinks he’s predominantly white and identifies with white people on racial terms, and he’s been in Canada most of his life, and culturally, he’s Western and Euro-centric
1h1m – They think he’s a bit of weirdo — they can’t comprehend him
1h4m – He has a brother who thinks that problems of the world can be avoided with one race — he doesn’t think Chinese and Japanese will accept that
1h5m – Media pushing race mixing
- In U.S., blacks and whites are supposed to be equal, but standings and achievements are unequal, so they want a mixed race to level the playing field
1h6m – Article about natural blondes dying out in 200 years
1h7m – Said whites need to start thinking in racial terms, that there is this movement against them — that they’re being targeted and demonized
1h8m – Mitt Romney criticized for his family being too white — they adopted an African kid
- Race has been excluded from the discussion, and it’s said to be a social construct
1h9m – Said race has been excluded from the conversation, and it’s a war against the white race
- Said if white people don’t develop a sense of dignity and pride, and stand up, they will be overwhelmed
1h10m – United Nations definition of genocide
- Said white people have to realize they have to pay the price of being called racist if they want to survive
- Said he doesn’t care if he’s called a racist anymore, because he doesn’t accept their terms of their premises
1h11m – His book is not reviewed by conventional reviewers
1h13m – Swedish census bureau says 16% are now immigrants
- In his 2011 book, he said the West was a culture, and did not have ethnic boundaries
- In a recent article, he expressed his updated view, which is that the West cannot be separated from ethnicity
1h13m – Said, in his view, a society in which whites become a minority, it ceases to be a Western society, and becomes something else
- Said if we want to preserve European Western civilization, we have to preserve Western ethnicity
1h15m – Said they’re afraid, because we have science, human nature, history, loyalty, pride. On their side, they have infantile views about human togetherness and deceptions and manipulations, and don’t have ethics on their side.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Christianity, Cultural Marxism, Europe, exploration, Frankfurt School, Red Ice Radio, Ricardo Duchesne, scientific method, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, Western civilization on April 20, 2014 |
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Dr. Ricardo Duchesne, professor of social studies at the University of New Brunkswick Saint John, was a guest on Red Ice Radio, speaking about his book, the Uniqueness of Western Civilization, on April 18, 2014.
Here were some of the highlights I noted:
- Cultural Marxist professors who criticize Western Civilization highlight a dilemma, of criticizing the very civilization that has allowed them to be critical, compared to other civilizations where there is no such opportunity at all, or to the same extent
- They say that Western Civilization is only one civilization among many others, with no special significance attached to it
- Frankfurt School behind notion that Western Civilization had to change
- Reasons for notion of universalism in Western societies:
- Europe the most connected with the rest of the world
- Greek Empire, Roman Empire
- Universalism of Christianity
- Systematic development and application of the scientific method
- While Europeans adopted inventions of others, they also improved upon them, and came up with completely new inventions
- Western Civilization unique because of interconnectedness with the rest of the world, systematic exploration and settlement of parts of the globe, compared to the Chinese, who mostly wanted to explore and show off their big ship technology
For more on Dr. Duchesne, see my April 12, 2014 interview with him here.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged average, education, income, median, Ontario, private, provincial, public, StatsCan, student, tax on April 18, 2014 |
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From the March 29, 2012 news release, Ontario Increases Funding Per Student:
“The 2012-13 Grants for Student Needs (GSN) will rise this coming year to $11,189 per student. That is an increase of about $4,000 per student since 2003.“
According to StatsCan, the median Canadian family income in 2013 was $76,000.
From the Ernst & Young 2013 Tax Calculator, the tax bill for an Ontario median family income household was $16,967, where less than 35% of that would be provincial tax.
That is, the provincial tax bill would not exceed $6000.
Does it make any sense that the per-student funding is higher than the median family household income?
When it is said that private education isn’t affordable for most with the same approach as public education, that is true, and that’s precisely because the public education system isn’t financially sustainable.
In a free market of allowing for an opt-out of public education, education wouldn’t be this expensive, just as food and basic shelter isn’t expensive enough for the vast majority of people in the Western world.
The claim is made that education is a public benefit and therefore the public should pay for public education, regardless of how many children one has who attend public school. Indeed education is a public benefit, but how are families incapable of providing that benefit to their own children, through private means?
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From this April 15, 2014 CNN video, they start the six minute segment with talk of suspicious backpacks near the finish line of this year’s Boston Marathon, then talk about some purported video of a recent Al Qaeda demonstration in Yemen, and CNN’s “Terrorism Expert” Peter Bergen comes on to scare the viewers about Al Qaeda’s Number Two there, saying: “To me it doesn’t make any sense that they wouldn’t take the shot if they had it in their sights.”
Then he mentions some bomb maker in attendance at the gathering, who wasn’t shown, saying he is the one who can sneak bombs in on planes undetected.
Enough fearmongering for you yet? It really is this easy to scare the people into giving away their rights. But if that wasn’t enough, they’ve also got so-called alternative media personalities like Alex Jones pumping you full of fear.
If you want drama, tune into a soap opera, and save yourself from the fear.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Canada, Chinese, Cultural Marxism, Exposing Faux Capitalism, interview, Jason Erb, multiculturalism, Ricardo Duchesne, United States, Western civilization on April 12, 2014 |
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On the April 12, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I interviewed Dr. Ricardo Duchesne, professor of social science at the University of New Brunswick and author of the article, Multicultural Madness, and author of the book, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization. Here is the audio of the interview.
We discussed the following issues:
- Cultural Marxist White European professors who think that we should be above race and ethnicity, even if the rest of the world isn’t, including some of their fellow professors, like Dr. Henry Yu from the University of British Columbia.
- Dr. Henry Yu, who makes the ahistorical claim (on the backs of Canadian and B.C. taxpayers, no less), that the Chinese were a founding peoples of Canada. This despite Canada being founded as the merger between two British colonies, with 96% of its population being from Europe as late as the 1971 census, and Chinese only accounting for up to 10% of B.C’s population at their height at the start of 1900.
- Selective history presented of slavery by White Europeans, and hardly any mention of slavery by Chinese, Indians and Arab Muslims. Black African slaves brought to the Southern U.S. were already enslaved by fellow black Africans, compared to Arab Muslim Barbary pirates who enslaved White Europeans.
- Chill on free speech in academic circles and mass media of these issues.
- Hardly a word spoken against Chinese Han supremacism and ethnocentrism in China, and the bogus claim that China is a multicultural country, when 92% of its population is of the single ethnicity of Han Chinese.
- Neocons who say that Western civilization has universal principles that can and should be exported to the rest of the world, and that race and ethnicity play no role in Western civilization.
- Only Western countries are expected to bring in large numbers of immigrants from around the world, with completely different histories, cultures and world views. Why?
- The current mass media and academia as enemies of the people in expressing their nature, history, culture and aspirations
- Common excuses for mass immigration debunked.
- The rise and dominance of multi-national corporations isn’t a sufficient explanation for mass immigration, with the example of Japan, which has many huge multi-national companies, yet has almost non-existent permanent immigration.
- Low natural birth rates also not a valid explanation for mass immigration, with the example of Japan, which has one of the world’s lowest birth rates, and has an enviable economy compared to Western countries like Greece, Iceland and Cyprus.
- Canada and U.S. being relatively young countries not a valid explanation for mass immigration, because for most of their history to this date, they were overwhelmingly European in ethnicity, and older countries like England have still adopted mass immigration since the late 1970s.
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