July/August, 2004 (# 166)
Beep, Beep, Here Comes Gim Wong
This is another minority attempt to rob the Canadian Majority! The nerve of these people is sickening. They voluntarily paid the head tax. It was the price of admission to Canada. Nobody forced them to come here. They flocked here because they could make more money here than back in some polluted rice paddy in South China. He complains his ancestors worked for “slave” wages. They were no slaves. They could have returned to China. Emboldened by Jews collecting big time for their World War II sufferings, other minorities have jumped on the reparations shakedown bandwagon — the Japanese collected thanks to Mulroney for being interned in WW II; some U.S. negro leaders want trillions of dollars in reparations for slavery.
Your “crap meter” which helps detect nonsense and lies should be beeping over this “head tax” reparations hold-up. The first Chinese came to B.C. in 1858 — not as indentured workers, but as opportunists lured by stories of gold. Indeed, they called the tiny town on the coast, now Vancouver, “gold mountain.” Our researcher who is preparing an extensive piece for C-FAR’S “Our History, Our Heroes, Our Heritage,” has learned that Chinese recruiters then brought numbers of their countrymen to Canada to work as coolies in the construction of the railroad. Contrary to some of the propaganda currently circulating they did not “build” the railway. They had a minor role. The bulk of the labour, the creative engineering and the financing was, dare we say it, all European. Oh, yes, yet another lie that should have your crap meter squeaking is that there’s a Chinaman buried for every mile of the CPR. Not so. Relatively few Chinese died working on the railroad. Yes, there were many deaths and most of them were Whites.
A study of newspapers of the time demonstrates just how few Chinese actually died in railway work. One of our greatest weaknesses as Europeans is our susceptibility to false guilt. Minorities know this and use it to create undeserved sympathy and, of course, to soften us up for the next shakedown.
More than 100 Mexican dancers have obtained Canadian work visas in the past five years, making Mexico the No. 2 exporter of dancers to Canada after Romania, according to data published by the newspaper Reforma. ‘To grant the visas (valid up to six months), the Canadian embassy in Mexico, as in other cities world-wide looks at the photos of the candidates, their resumes, and finds out if they have the necessary experience,’ the paper reported.” (Agence France-Presse, May 24, 2004) Now come on, as if all civil servants were furtive weasels in sticky mackintoshes.
Ottawa would like you to know that “the RCMP is creating a national task force to target foreign smugglers who traffic in women and children for the sex trade. ‘This is one of the priorities of the force,’ said Staff-Sgt. Roger Pare, a member of the force’s immigration and passport unit. … The RCMP estimates about 3,000 women and children are smuggled yearly into Canada.” (Toronto Sun, June 22, 2004) The rest come here willingly, but only after being very closely scrutinized by Canadian mission staffers — very closely.
Laws was convicted on three counts of conspiring to smuggle illegal aliens into Canada in 1994. He was caught by undercover police who told him he was smuggling a drug dealer, his illegal-immigrant girlfriend and two robbers. He appealed his conviction and a new trial was ordered. The Crown then stayed the charges.” (Toronto Sun, June 10, 2004) Judy Sgro had a busy campaign — it was she who got in Stephen Harper’s face yelping about “choice.” Oddly, Canadians are offered no “choice” at all when it comes to Ms. Sgro’s bailiwick.
As Health Minister, Powell (now remembered as an unreconstructed bigot) ushered in many thousand East and West Indian health professionals but warned that legislation was urgently needed lest this set off infinite networks of chain migration. Rather early on, Powell spotted the flaw at the heart of the diverse society theory. Consensus democracy could only be meaningful within a population that shared enough in common — language, culture, custom, history and economic interests — for people to accept governance at each other’s hands. British electoral returns would bear this out: in 1959, the two major parties (Conservative and Labour) captured 90% of the popular vote; by 1974, just 75%.
Thus, the more British (or Canadian) society was changed, the less likely that any single constituent would find his interests satisfactorily represented in Parliament. Without colossal intellects like Powell’s (not to mention a scandalously mismanaged open immigration policy), the democracy deficit in Canada set in early. The total number of Canadians to cast votes — never mind for which parties — was already lower in the time frames mentioned: In the 1958 election, just 79.4 Canadians voted; by 1974, just 71%. The latest election coaxed an all-time low of just 60% of us out to the polls. And the message is clear: for the sake of its own survival, the Liberals will continue to make a pig’s breakfast of the immigration file while redoubling efforts to vilify upstarts who would question any aspect of that policy — particularly among the opposition. And don’t expect the mother party to address any of the issues that threaten Liberal hegemony — proportional representation, mass ethnic sign-ups, constituency swamping, or any of the extra-legal means by which the rights of some Canadians are more precious than others.
1] Percentage of visible minorities in 18 now-Liberal Ontario “905” ridings : 31% (National Post, June 30, 2004)
2] Percentage of visible minorities in the 4 now-Conservative “905” ridings : 5% (National Post, June 30, 2004)
3] Number of neighbourhoods (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver) where a single ethnic group comprised more than 30% of the population — in 1981 : 6 (Toronto Star, March 10, 2004)
4] Number of such neighbourhoods — in 2001 : 254 (Toronto Star, March 10, 2004)
5] Rate at which visible minorities are growing : 6X faster than overall population (C-News, June 1, 2004)
“Here is the means of showing that the immigrant communities can organize to consolidate their members, to agitate and campaign against their fellow citizens, and to overawe and dominate the rest with the legal weapons which the ignorant and the ill-informed have provided. As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding. Like the Roman, I seem to see “the River Tiber foaming with much blood.” Enoch Powell, 1968
What is the solution to this problem? Some suggest a separation of the races and others say victory must come through the cradle — there’s strength in numbers. To start, I think one has to have a certain worldview which values the differences among the races. One’s views ought not to be about hate, but must be about preservation and pride. We must not blame others for the situation our race finds itself in today. We must be honest and acknowledge our own flaws and weaknesses. What has motivated us to create and invent and colonize? We’ve been motivated largely, by the prospect of having more leisure time, wealth, and creature comforts. We’ve always had a penchant for the good life. There will be a price to pay, however, for this weakness in our character. Having a proclivity for a life of ease will catch up to us in the end, if it hasn’t already. No one wants to do the dirty work.
Do we accept the loss of our identity and culture as the price to be paid for a life of comfort? The hungry, teeming hordes of non-Europeans standing at the gate are ready to step in and do whatever is necessary to survive. How badly do we want to ensure our own survival as a race? Those of us aware of this situation must assemble, associate and spread the dire news.
Oddly enough, many people do not acknowledge race as an important issue or cause. Is it any wonder that the youth of today, raised on hip-hop, BET (Black Entertainment Television), and an entertainment industrial complex that embraces anything “colourful” as sexy and says that which is “whitebread” or “vanilla” is decidedly “uncool”, are misguided and without a sense of racial pride? Today, in much of the media, to be White is to be stodgy, bland, traditional, and, therefore, “uncool”. I hear students — both White and non-White — calling each other disparagingly, “white-washed” or “too white”. Typically, the students at the receiving end of such epithets, are interested in school and grades. This, of course, sends the message, to boys especially, that “it is not cool to be in school”. To be intellectual is nerdy and unmasculine.
Currently, in the field of education, and I suspect in society at large, there is much concern about the fact that boys are underachieving in school; i.e., they are not doing well academically, they are dropping out of school at a high rate, and they are not pursuing post-secondary education as much as they did even a decade ago. A poor concept of self is the central problem. I see so many White teenagers dumbing themselves down in order to be included and considered “hip” or “cool”. In effect, they want to identify and be one with the non-White kids who have attitude and portray themselves as being tough — everyone is a wanna-be gangsta. The White kids even acquire the broken language and crude gestures/postures as seen on BET, in an attempt to be included. (Particularly disgusting is that you see White adults in the media adopting the euphemisms and expressions of black adolescent hip-hop culture).
What will turn the tide? How will the European-Canadian students improve their self-concept? I would recommend that they take up some extra-curricular reading. To educate themselves, they need to go online and visit the many excellent White racialist sites, and follow up on the links. Keep in mind, dear reader, that this is literally about survival. I firmly believe that the matter at hand is about ensuring a future for our children, and making sure that they receive their cultural inheritance intact and not end up subservient to another
race. A few of my colleagues have confessed in private and behind closed doors, that they find the huge presence of aliens in the classroom extremely difficult and challenging. The classroom has become a battleground, and, in many ways, I fear we may be losing the war. We mustn’t forget (a decadent and degenerate people lose their understanding of the concept of survival of the fittest) that it’s always about survival and power. Nature is the supreme teacher and judge. A healthy response to the current crisis is twofold. Firstly, we need to create strong families. Secondly, we need to embrace the recent New Orleans Protocol in a thoughtful manner. The children of Mother Europa, spread around the world, are in danger. The would-be colonizing Third Worlders are at the gates. Know too, that the Semitic tribes — who’ve a long history of invading — hate us and want to be on top. — Gloria Buckland
Happily, the more manifestly unfounded your claim, the more likely you will need legal aid) Another symptom of a hopelessly constipated legal system is a general forfeiture of the right to a speedy trial, and in some very special cases, a legal precedent no one ever anticipated. Convicted in December 2000, a 45-year-old native of Guyana named Govid Balliram’s “psychotic disorder made him the first person in Canada to be declared mentally unfit to be sentenced. … Balliram’s mind snapped during the nine months between his conviction on 10 serious offences, including sexual assault, and his sentencing date. [He had already run through three lawyers when the Crown made application for dangerous offender status that would jail him] indefinitely because of the brutal nature of his crimes, including the rape of the victim after he duct-taped her leg to her head, causing severe injuries. … Mr. Balliram was sent to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, where doctors determined he suffered from an unspecified psychotic disorder and possibly a sexual disorder.” (Globe and Mail, June 28, 2004) Only in Canada: A man duct tapes a woman’s leg to her head to rape her and there is general confusion among experts whether or not this points to sexual disturbance.
Thus, fully 535 Canadians worked a full year for Ottawa to subsidize the Khadr family jihad operation. When Khadr matriarch, Maha Elsamnah, arrived back in Canada with paralytic son, 14-year-old Karim, in tow, she was looking for the usual freebie health care, but wanted to share concerns about the effects of deviant Canadian society on her junior jihadis. The bluster subsided when an on-line petition appeared arguing against handing out medicare to a kid wounded in an al Qaeda shoot out with Pakistani counterterrorism forces (in which Karim was crippled and his father died). Elsamnah was even more subdued when the government that had catered so lovingly turned on them: Ontario Child Services expressed its intention to investigate the fitness of a parent urging martyrdom on offspring.
The entire family exists now in some kind of bizarre legal limbo, unable to acquire permanent passports (after “losing” so many), and, according to the media at least, at odds with big wheels in the Moslem community who had gone out on a limb for them so often, only to discover that this really was an al Qaeda family. Jihad camp graduate turned CIA snitch Abdurahman Khadr is now suing Ottawa for refusing to issue him a passport. As a postscript, readers wondering why mother and daughter have different last names should know that Moslem women retain the father’s name. This is hardly some eastern form of feminism; paternity is so central tobasic cultural tenets that adoption — no clue to the paternal line — is un-Islamic. Imams weigh in on the curious habit American blacks have adopted of taking on Moslem names because they sound good. In order to trace the all-important paternal bloodline, Cassius Clay for instance, should have been Mohammed Ali Clay and nothing else.
There Goes The Neighbourhood
To Make The Flesh Crawl
At Roseland Public School, Harriet Stone said: ‘The lice are much harder to get rid of once there’s an infestation.’ … Judy Palesh, an intake nurse at the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, has seen a steady stream of five to 12 cases a week since the summer. She believes an overuse of lice shampoos over the past 10 to 15 years has produced ‘head lice with the ability to become resistant.'” (National Post, February 12, 2002) In Canada’s largest city, it is now standard practice to send kiddies home from their first-ever school day, not with a childishly scrawled card reading “I love you Mummy and Daddy,” but a much more inclusive momento: an advisory to primary child-care providers on coping with head lice. The condition, properly known as pediculosis, is now endemic in Canada.
With more than 400,000 cases reported annually, it is the second most common communicable infection among children after the common cold, and it would be worse if parent volunteers were not conducting scalp examinations in the schools. Resistance to standard treatments means that we’ll soon be seeing stronger pesticidal shampoos — or super lice (yet since 1944, over 1400 suspected cases of adverse health reactions ranging from leukemia, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, cancer, epilepsy, and even death, have been filed with the American National Pediculosis Association).
But an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of permethrin: a Toronto-based group, Lice Busters, encourages “female students to keep their hair tied back or in tight braids, all students to avoid hair to hair contact (lice cannot jump or fly but can crawl from hair to hair), to ‘keep coats and hats in duffel bags or big plastic bags [on cloakroom hooks] instead of letting them touch each other and to keep hats inside coat sleeves.'” (Canoe, June 12, 2001) Lice Busters endorses a “no nit” policy; that is, kids with eggs, drifts of grey shells, or whatever in their hair are sent home with a letter. Another letter advises the parents of classmates to be extra vigilant. The approach has been hugely successful, but some schools find the strategy insensitive and stigmatizing.
Toronto’s St. Pius X School Parent Newsletter #3, November 19, 2001, insists: “One of the worst ‘problems’ of head lice is the attitude of adults. Misconceptions and misinformation lead to over-reactions, excessive exposure to pesticides, anger and embarrassment. This sends a negative message to children and puts undue pressure on parents and school staff. Emphasize to your child that lice are merely annoying and not dangerous or shameful.”
–Beemah East Indian Restaurant
Oh, the joys of “diversity”, where different cultures bring their “diverse” standards of hygiene to a neighbourhood near you! In the intervening four-and-a-half years, public health authorities have laboured mightily to get a simple message across: If you sell food, you have to at least try to maintain minimum standards of cleanliness. Whatever.
“An entire food court in Toronto’s Chinatown district was shut down yesterday. The restaurants are:
Among other problems discovered beyond kitchen doors were ‘heavy mouse infestations,’ ‘mouse droppings in kitchens,’ ‘live cockroaches in kitchens’ and a rat infestation in the garbage room,’ including one live rat spotted by an inspector during the inspection. [The businesses marked with an asterisk were also cited for failing to provide a place for employees to wash hands.] Toronto Public Health inspection records show that all six food outlets have [long acquaintance with the department.] Dragon Pearl Restaurant, for example, has had six ‘conditional pass’ notices since August, 2002.”
The restaurant was convicted and fined $300 in 2002 for failing to ‘protect food from contamination’ and health inspectors have issued seven court summons and two tickets since last year for food temperature, sanitation and maintenance violations. … Dragonball Deli has also received six yellow conditional pass ratings since August, 2002, including eight summonses and two tickets for employee hygiene, food contamination and sanitary infractions. In May, Cantonese Seafood Stir Fry was convicted and fined $180 on two tickets related to food contamination and sanitation infractions. Golden Bull has had three yellow conditional pass ratings since December, 2002, for a range of problems including ‘failing to ensure food is not contaminated/adulterated,’ ‘failure to properly wash equipment,’ and ‘inadequate food temperature control.’ In March, health inspectors ticketed the restaurant for failing to ‘properly wash surfaces in rooms.'” (Toronto Star, June 30, 2004)
The bad news for Toronto diners is that some restaurants evidently see fines of $180 or even $300 as just another cost of doing business. As of June 1st, a legion of health inspectors have been diverted to sniff out smokers. And with smoking fines to restauranteurs ranging from $255 to $5,000, why sniff out rat-infested kitchens? There seems to be some confusion among the PC classes about the relative threats posed by, say, a puff of smoke, or your cook’s quick trip to the washroom, after which he neglects to wash his hands — an ideal delivery system for a case of hepatitis A. Hepatitis B, or serum hepatitis, is transmitted through body fluids — not entirely improbable where kitchen knives and nicks are commonplace. According to the Centres for Disease Control, (CDC HIV/STD/TB News Update, August 23, 2001) fully two-thirds of China’s 1.26-billion people are infected with hepatitis!