Friday, February 26, 2021

Immigration’s the elephant in the room

Politics in an advanced democracy is not much different than politics in a less advanced democracy, as in contemporary Russia, save for the niceties...

Multiculturalism has undermined unity

On this Canada Day weekend, there could well be as many perspectives as there are those who might pause to reflect upon their country’s...

Taking on Islamists’ hidden agenda

In my previous column, I wrote about the lonely effort of the Montreal-based Point de bascule (tipping point) to expose the true hidden feature...

Bloody start to New Year

The New Year

Anti-Semitism widespread in Muslim world

A Jan. 21 item in the Jakarta Globe from Indonesia reported a speech by Mahathir Mohamad, the former prime minister of Malaysia, at a...

Warm U.S.-Israel relations cool

Some 40 centuries of history are recalled when Jews celebrate Passover in their calendar and what this history of exile, persecution and the flight...

Video lifts veil on Arab-Muslim societies

A young man is pinned to the ground, his head is twisted and a knife held against his throat. In a few minutes the...

Arab Spring now a Christian nightmare

In the 1990s, western democracies stepped forward to stop ethnic cleansing in former Yugoslavia by dispatching NATO forces in support of UN peacekeeping operations...

Build ‘wall’ around Arab-Muslim world

The meeting in Doha, Qatar, called to deal with the Libyan crisis by the Arab League and attended by leaders from Britain, France,...

West can’t ignore Pakistan’s threat

In the world of diplomacy, uttering words of caution on a troubled relationship with another state is pretty much raising a red-flag warning of...

Multiculturalism fails Canada

The recent comments by Ujjal Dosanjh, former NDP premier of British Columbia and present Liberal MP for Vancouver South, in reference to multiculturalism and...

Free speech distinguishes the West from the rest

In Crowds and Power, the late Elias Canetti, a wonderfully gifted writer and Nobel laureate, brought a unique perspective in examining the human condition...

Egypt’s choice — the bad and the ugly

The spring revolution in Egypt driving Hosni Mubarak from the presidential palace in Cairo appeared as high drama, and experts gathered in television studios...

Barack Obama ‘concept’ goes stale

Four years later and what a difference this makes in the cycle of America’s presidential election. Four years ago enough Americans decided to vote into...

Canada too casual about threats to freedom

The serious discussion about Canada