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West refuses to read old warning signs

In an interview ahead of the 2012 London Olympics, Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, speaking with Charles Moore of the Telegraph, discussed the unfolding reality of the Middle East. Blair admitted after 9/11 he underestimated the bad “narrative” of Islamists that the West oppresses Islam and Muslims. Any objective reading of recent history […]


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In Canada: Let’s break silence and talk immigration

The release this week of Census 2011 provides Canadians with a broad picture of the country’s population at 33.5 million, and its urban makeup. Between 2006 and 2011, the rate of Canada’s population growth at 5.9% was the highest among G8 countries. The engine for this growth, according to Statistics Canada, remains immigrants, together with […]


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Culture clash; New Salim Mansur book charges multiculturalism threatens democracy

Excerpt from Delectable Lie: a liberal repudiation of multiculturalism by Salim Mansur, whose column is posted here at BoldColors.net weekly.  Published by Mantua Books (Canada). The passages are printed here with permission from the publisher and author. In March 2010, a rare and unusual debate took place in the Senate of the Canadian Parliament. The […]


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“West must loosen shackles of control”

If the decay of the West increasingly exposed since 9-11 is ever reversed, it will be as a result of the self-corrective tools of a free society. Here, by decay I mean the layers of constraint placed by the state on individuals to think, speak and act as free people. The constraints, as state-engineered regulations, […]


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The Dutch Ditch Multiculturalism

The land of windmills and tulips grew a pair in June and officially tabled legislation that effectively says to the Religion of Peace, “We are tired of bowing and kissing your Holland-hating-religious-freak ring. So, with all due respect, please assimilate to our particulars or we will shove a wooden shoe up your backside and deport […]


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Merry Old England Morphs into Scary New England via Multiculturalism

It appears as if this multicultural smack we’re being sold in the U.S. didn’t work out too well in the U.K. Just this past week British Prime Minister David Cameron echoed German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s sentiments from last October that their country’s Pollyanna policy of multicultural yumminess toward Islam’s “way of life” was, in retrospect, […]


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Lies, damned lies and multiculturalism

Maybe, just maybe, the old lion of the sceptred British Isles is showing some signs of vigour. Maybe it will yet rouse itself in defending once more the England of Henry V, Shakespeare and Churchill against the ravages of multiculturalism. British Prime Minister David Cameron recently announced in Munich that “multiculturalism has failed.” He had […]


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