Vancouver City Councillor and New Brunswick Professor Locked in Feud over ‘White Apologies’

Brian Hutchinson, National Post, January 12, 2015

Kerry Jang is a University of British Columbia psychiatry professor and a Vancouver city councillor. He had never heard of University of New Brunswick sociology professor Ricardo Duchesne until last June. That’s when, he says, Prof. Duchesne sent an email to him and other council colleagues of Asian descent.

Prof. Duchesne directed them to an essay he’d written in reaction to proposed reconciliation efforts under review at the time by Vancouver council; these related to the treatment of Chinese immigrants in the city between the years 1886 and 1947.

Prof. Duchesne wrote derisively of the proposed measures. His essay, titled Chinese Head Tax, White Apologies, and ‘Inclusive Redress,’ declared that redress efforts–including possible financial compensation to ancestors and classroom education–have “the goal of taking Canada away from the Europeans and transforming the nation into a multicultural and multiracial society.”

He also speculated that “The Europeans [would not only have to] apologize but admit that their history is a sordid tale of genocide, and then hand over the lands in which this ‘sordid exclusion’ was played out to those who were excluded.”

Mr. Jang says he was appalled. He had an email exchange with Prof. Duchense, and a string of accusations and counter-accusations followed, with allegations of racism directed at the UNB instructor. Mr. Jang told a local reporter that with the likes of Prof. Duchesne on its faculty, he “would not feel safe” visiting UNB.

He wrote to senior UNB administrators, claiming that Prof. Duchesne’s “blog postings and e-mails” are “troublesome in that they go beyond fair comment and abuse the privilege of academic freedom by their pejorative nature that is based on poor scholarship.”

Mr. Jang asked the university to review the matter. Which the university did. Last week, responding to media inquiries about the matter, a UNB vice-president indicated the school stands by its professor and his controversial views.

“Academic freedom is a foundational principle of university life,” Robert MacKinnon said in a written statement from his UNB office. “Often, such academic debate expresses views that may be perceived as controversial and unpopular.”

The statement did not mention Prof. Duchesne by name. It did not explain why the professor sent his email to Mr. Jang and to other Vancouver city councillors of Asian background, nor did it indicate what steps the university had taken as part of its review.

The university’s terse response has satisfied neither Mr. Jang nor Prof. Duchesne.

Mr. Jang says he’s disappointed, and thinks a more aggressive examination is still required. Prof. Duchesne, meanwhile, wishes that UNB had offered him a heartier endorsement. He says that while he’s received some expressions of support from certain campus colleagues, he would likely have been sanctioned by the administration, were he not a tenured professor.

“The administration doesn’t want bad publicity, that’s all it’s thinking about,” he says. “I’m sure they wish I would just stop this research” into aspects of immigration and multiculturalism, which he vehemently criticizes.

But he won’t stop. And he refuses to quit writing incendiary pieces–in his personal time, he says, not on the university’s dime–and posting them to a website that belongs to something called the Council of European Canadians, an immigration-obsessed outfit that Prof. Duchesne co-founded last year.

The Council seems preoccupied with keeping Canada as “White” as possible, by promoting what it refers to on its website as “European values,” and opposing “the massive immigration of non-European and non-Western peoples into Canada that threatens to transform our nation into a non-European majority within our lifetime.”

The Council “will arm people with the ideas and courage to speak and fight against those who seek to demonize us and in our efforts to recruit and persuade Canadians,” reads one of its online manifestos.

It’s not everybody’s cup of tea, of course, and Kerry Jang and other city councillors of Asian background were never considered prime recruitment targets. Prof. Duchesne admits he sent his email to the councillors last year in order to provoke them. “I emailed them to see if they would reply to me,” he says. “I wanted a debate.” He got one.

The group’s membership is small, Prof. Duchesne admits, and its numbers fluctuate. Open to anyone regardless of race and creed, it has no members of colour. But “there is a white guy who married a Muslim girl,” says Prof. Duchesne.

Prospective members must agree with the group’s stance on matters such as immigration, which Prof. Duchesne says should be sharply curtailed in Canada. A bit rich, perhaps, considering he’s an immigrant from Puerto Rico.

No matter. It’s the Chinese that he’s most alarmed about. It’s “time Whites show respect for themselves and stop kowtowing to the Chinese,” reads part of another essay that Prof. Duchesne wrote and posted to his council’s website.

As for Vancouver, Prof. Duchesne doesn’t have much hope for the place. It’s been transformed from a “serene, community-oriented, British city” into “a loud, congested Asian city (still attractive only because of the architectural and institutional legacy of past White generations),” he wrote in another essay last year.

Vancouver does have a beautiful natural landscape, he acknowledges. “But the local Anglo people seem afraid of their own ethnic shadows,” he says. He hasn’t any plans to visit soon. Some might argue that’s for the best.

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  • Whitetrashgang

    Being colonized just isn’t fun anymore,better get use to eating dog I guess.

    • The Verdict of History

      This professor wrote “The Uniqueness of Western Civilization”, a long tome which surgically dissects multicultural and Marxist interpretations of history, meticulously affirming a Eurocentric worldview.

      Fantastic read.

      See the free PDF online version I posted below.

    • Ultimate187

      Vancouver’s mayor is a white Asiaphile; a fact which will no doubt titillate a lot of guys here who have something in common with him. He sees no problem with what’s going on.

  • Lion’s Mane

    We’re living in a culture of indoctrination — a culture which believes, quite religiously, that it’s perfectly natural legally to replace one population-group with persons born on the other side of the planet. The truth is that population replacement of this kind has always been an act of war. This philosophy is ostensibly operating in “peace” solely because the traditional practices of war have been enacted into law. This would make Sun-Tzu glow with pride.

    • phillyguy

      you couldn’t be more correct.

    • Ron Cheaters

      I was thinking something like this towards Moderate Muslims — sure, they’re moderate while they are small in numbers………
      Don’t think for a moment they wouldn’t stick the knife in your back once they reach critical mass.

  • MekongDelta69

    Jang ‘wouldn’t feel safe.’

    What a Pajama Boy

    • DonReynolds

      If you cannot feel safe in New Brunswick, there is simply no place you CAN feel safe.

  • TruthBeTold

    ONE person with a chip on their shoulder. That’s how it starts.

    How many times have we seen this?

  • George Costanza

    Ricardo Duchesne runs a website called “Council Of European Canadains”, I suggest everyone here browse his site and read his articles. They are great, and I think he can all use our support in the comment section.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Notice the semi-subtle but pervasive slant of this story…

      The anti-immigration group is “obsessed” with the issue it was founded over – immigration.

      Would the author refer to the NAACP as being “obsessed” with race?

      • Reynardine

        Also, propaganda filth:

        “Prospective members must agree with the group’s stance on matters such
        as immigration, which Prof. Duchesne says should be sharply curtailed in
        Canada. A bit rich, perhaps, considering he’s an immigrant from Puerto

        One can be an immigrant and still think immigration should be curtailed.

      • kikz2

        there’s a war is on noticing…

      • Sick of it

        Worse yet, the author’s use of quotes turns whites into non-persons and relegates the whole of European history and tradition to the dustbin of history as unimportant.

  • Reynardine

    Whenever anybody points out that “Whites commit genocide” the correct answer is, and always has been “so does everybody else.”

    Asians actually have the high-score in mass killings and genocides:

    Of the top 10 bloodiest conflicts, 7 of them are Asian on Asian.

    If Asians are so set on turning Canada into Canasia, why can’t they just return to Asia and save themselves some work.

    • Mary

      Apparently only Whites’ past bad acts have any recognition and validity. Whites are held to a much higher standard than any other group on Earth. However, “all cultures are created equal” while Whites are held to this higher standard. Someone needs to explain this paradox. Oh, yeah, someone has. The crock known as “White privilege.”

      • Ron Cheaters

        Yeah.. I’m still trying to figure out why Japan got off scott-free while Germany suffers to this day – especially in America?
        Was it because of those bombs???
        If so, they were dropped in the wrong place.

    • Ultimate187

      The difference is that these bloody Asian conflicts are almost entirely against their own people, not other races. Whites are the opposite, with European history largely consisting of wars against non-white races. The interracial aspect is what people are scrutinizing. For example, many places in the world had slavery, but it was white enslavement of blacks that’s denounced.

      • Reynardine

        The bloodiest white conflicts on my list are predominantly white-on-white:
        WWI, WWII, Russian Civil War, Napoleonic Wars, Thirty Years War, French Wars of Religion.

  • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

    Two-hour Jan. 9 interview with Professor Ricardo Duchesne at Non-Aligned Media.
    Google “Duchesne” and “Non-Aligned Media” (2n or 3rd links are best) to pull it up.

    • Ron Cheaters

      Good for a listen.. but he needs to work on his accent before pushing the word.. I can’t listen to him. I want to.. I can’t.

      • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

        The accent is a definite limitation/obstacle. What a shame! But I still struggle through his interviews. I pick up enough — 90 percent or so — to make it worthwhile.

        • RonanTheLibtardian

          Maybe he should start posting transcripts. I find Mark Steyn’s accent cumbersome also.

        • Ron Cheaters

          No doubt he is one of us.. I just wish he was a 200 year old one of us – rather than someone who just stepped off the boat…
          one of us nonetheless

  • B.A_2014

    His essays at counter currents are worth a read.

    • Ron Cheaters

      Do you have a link – I’m lazy.. I tried to listen to him.. but I can’t

  • DonReynolds

    So a guy from Puerto Rico went to Canada and became a professor of Sociology and started a small group to preserve the European (British and French) character of Canada.
    Frankly, what is the problem? The Chinese don’t like him? Oh well, the feeling is mutual.
    No biggie.

  • dd121

    Someone is actually taking an interest in preserving Western Civilization? That’s refreshing.

  • LHathaway

    Forget their e-mails to each other. He needs to be sent a link to AmRen. We get all the ‘good’ ones. . . .

  • Prof. Ricardo Duchesne is the author of the book ‘The Uniqueness of Western Civilisation,’ and his typically long essays which provide a very different perspective on issues such as multiculturalism can be read at the blog ‘Council of European Canadians’ (google it). Prof. Ricardo Duchesne, with whom I have regular contact via e-mail, is portrayed by the media as a xenophobe, white supremacist, and racist; he would be extremely intolerant and closed-minded according to the media. However, I know him as a very warm, open-minded, and intelligent man. The media basically claims he is anti-Asian and especially anti-Chinese. If we are to believe Mr. Jang, the good professor would have said that ‘all Asians are dirty,’ but prof. Ricardo Duchesne never said such a thing and he never would. Mr. Jang’s claim simply amounts to libel in my humble opinion.

    Moreover, if Prof. Ricardo Duchesne did actually not like Asians, he would never have had such regular contact with someone like me; he knew from the very beginning that I am of Chinese descent and quite proud of it. I acknowledge that being realistic about Asians and Chinese does not make one anti-Asian or anti-Chinese by default; I believe there is no harm in being realistic. There is no evidence at all to suggest that Prof. Ricardo Duchesne dislikes Asians, but quite to the contrary. A couple of weeks ago the professor showed great interest in a comment by me which was quite explicitly pro-Asian and he expressed the desire to publish it as an article. Now the article is published at the Council of European Canadians and is there for all to see. Therefore, it is in my opinion absolutely delusional to think that he is anti-Asian or anti-Chinese.

    According to the media Mr. Jang has said that with the likes of Prof. Ricardo Duchesne on the faculty of the University of New Brunswick (UNB), he would not feel safe visiting the university. However, I am an Asian as well and I can attest that Prof. Ricardo Duchesne has always treated me very well in our regular correspondence that has been going on for weeks now. Prof. Ricardo Duchesne is the kind of man who wouldn’t hurt a fly. Therefore, there is no legitimate reason for Mr. Jang whatsoever to feel unsafe around Prof. Duchesne. Moreover, what Mr. Jang says is definitely ‘hyperbole and fear-mongering’ as one commenter has suggested, and one could even legitimately describe him as giving the overdramatic impression of a ‘drama queen’ as another commenter has accurately suggested. To believe that Prof. Duchesne is creating an unsafe environment at UNB is completely delusional in my humble opinion; a legitimate case could even be made that Mr. Jang, strongly aided by the media, is creating an unsafe environment in Canadian society because he is openly attacking academic freedom and freedom of speech.

    I have read a large number of Ricardo Duchesne’s essays published at Council of European Canadians, and even though I do not necessarily agree with everything he says, I strongly believe that he should be completely free to voice his opinions. I also believe that Asians can learn something from Prof. Duchesne’s perspective. Frankly, I find Mr. Jang’s comments hatefully intolerant of other perspectives; I strongly believe it is vital to tolerate different views. The question that Prof. Ricardo Duchesne asks in a recent interview is legitimate: ‘Why are people so afraid that they don’t want people like me to talk?’ Obviously I don’t think that anything Prof. Duchesne says or has said amounts to hate. He calmly speaks about complex issues, and offers good insights. I believe it is important to be open-minded and I think different perspectives should be heard. If people were less afraid to listen to Prof. Duchesne, there would be a much more open and nuanced debate about multiculturalism in the West. Moreover, I don’t take offence from any truths that a professor might say. I am just willing to listen to and learn from these truths.

    • propagandaoftruth

      You’re a gem, dear.

      • RonanTheLibtardian

        Certainly an enigma.

        • propagandaoftruth

          An enigma wrapped in a riddle and deep fried for five minutes until crispy golden on the outside?

          Certainly is literate.

          • RonanTheLibtardian

            I would remain wary and skeptical of CNM’s intentions more because she’s a woman, than because she appears to be Chinese. After a procession of turncoat RINOs, a la Kelly Ayotte–now Mia Love (on her very first vote!), women in America should be taken with a grain of salt. Their capacity for deception and their opportunist wiring is too complete.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Check out the website. It appears legit.

            Believe me, I suspected some form of honeytrap. Wonder why Engelman hasn’t jumped on this.

            But, no…looks…legit.

            But hit the link in her response to me and see for yourself. The site allows disqus commenting and features essays by Duchesne as well.

          • RonanTheLibtardian

            I’ve been to Professor Ricardo Duchesne’s site many times. I think this CNM is a phony caricature, straw man contraption, though.

        • MrGJG

          She just understands that you don’t have to be a racist or hater to want to preserve European culture in European lands. I trust Prof. Duchesne would fight just as hard to keep Asian culture Asian in Asian lands. Its so simple even a person with an 85 IQ should understand.

          • RonanTheLibtardian

            Awwww darn, my IQ is 84–now I’ll never get it!

    • Evette Coutier

      Thank you for your intelligent and mature words.

    • B.A_2014

      If that is an actual picture of yourself then I must say you are. . . I mean Heil Taylor!

    • Jim Kental

      Thanks for your understanding. I for one value Asian immigration: I’ve had many Asian friends and students and they are a wonderful and hardworking people. My friends and I hold the Asians in very high regard, and feel that a white-Asian majority will mean a great future. We are also realists and state unequivocally that we don’t hate non-white groups, but we do acknowledge that a black or muslim majority would destroy the nation and destabilize the world.

      • My recent article is about White-East Asian cooperation. Maybe you would be interested in reading it and leaving a comment. Move your mouse over my picture and the link should appear on the right. You can also find it if you google Council of European Canadians. The title of the article is ‘Chinese and White Nationalists Should Work Together.’

        • See The Future

          Your west coast big city of Vancouver has been about taken over by big asian money. Just about everything in the USA is now made in China. So much for rebuilding an American economy that has been offshored to the lowest bidder.

        • Sick of it

          “I don’t have anything against Christianity, but it wouldn’t please me if China’s own religious heritage were marginalized by a foreign religion.

          China has its own traditions, and we’ve already had enough negative foreign influences over the past century. This is not to say that it’s the fault of the West, but it implies that China should be more careful in its adoption of foreign influences. Lack of modernization is maladaptive, but too much modernization is dangerous.”

          I can see where you’re coming from in a modern sense, but Nestorian Christianity started to spread like wildfire under the T’ang and, thus, was perceived as a threat (popular acceptance = threat, now that does sound familiar). No Western power threatened or awed China in that period. The same was technically true re: the spread of Christianity in Japan before the Tokugawa stamped it out. Nobunaga himself supported the Christian faith and it could be said that the Tokugawa owe everything they took to Oda Nobunaga, but that family did what they determined was in their own personal best interests, not the interests of the people or culture of Japan.

          “The essential problem is that the communists are anti-Asian or
          anti-Chinese. They want to destroy our traditional ‘diversity’ and
          replace it with a modern communist monoculture which is supposed to be ‘Chinese’ in essence; this extreme level of homogeneity can only be achieved by means of even more communist-approved destruction of Chinese heritage. ”

          Very well said. The Cultural Revolution should be considered absolute proof of your assertion. No person in history is responsible for the deaths of more Asians, specifically Chinese, than Mao Zedong. One could make a proportional argument re: Jenghiz Khan, but not in absolute numbers nor, possibly, in absolute intent. The Great Khan actually liked Chinese culture. Mao did not.

          “My only concern is that the Chinese people shouldn’t be seduced by democracy; they should support the rise of a new monarchy. ”

          The West would benefit greatly from the same. We’ve been in decline since the rise of true Democracy.

          “I also think it’s essential to take communist propaganda with a grain of salt; those who take communistic propaganda at face value will be duped by communism which is one of the deadliest of ideologies. ”

          Absolute fact. The American public school system turned me into a Communist by the time I started high school. The more I read about how Communism ACTUALLY works and the horrors it has inflicted, the more I questioned everything taught to me.

          “he Chinese communist elite thinks of the Chinese people as nothing more than a bag of chips which can be moved around”

          That’s the general theme of cultural Marxism in the West. We are all interchangeable parts without differences worthy of notice. Sorry, but the stupid people in power are not my equal or my betters – They are low men from inferior stock.

          “I support Catalan independence, but I’m not anti-Spain.”

          These independence movements in Spain (Basques, Catalans, etc.) have been squashed for the same reasons any such movement would be squashed in China – Communism. Spain is ruled by Communists calling themselves Socialists.

          “The Chinese communists are trying – and have always tried – to take over the entire world. This must not be underestimated.”

          Neither should the tribe which invented Communism. They are evil enough to do whatever it takes to win. They are evil enough to destroy the world if they cannot obtain it.

          A good article. Thanks for publishing it.

          • Excellent comment!

            Would you be so kind to also post that comment under the article at the blog so that Ricardo Duchesne will also read it? It will have to wait for moderation, but it will appear in a couple of hours.

            You mentioned the Tribe. The original version of the article also contained information about how the Tribe is taking over China, but it has been excluded from the published version.

          • Sick of it

            Posted and awaiting moderation. I’m not surprised that part was edited out, as it is often the cause of posts being removed even here on Amren. If these things must absolutely not be said, there must be something to them. I’m not sure if you’re a fan of anime, but, if you are, I would recommend Blood+. As well as a cursory glance at the ancestry of members of the so-called royal family in England.

          • Thank you for posting the comment there! And thank you for the suggestions! I will look into it!

          • Whitetrashgang

            Funny thing I use to laugh at the ancestry of the British royal family,till, me being Dutch, found out the same thing for the Dutch royals.

          • Sick of it

            Queen Beatrix was a member of the Bilderberg group, so it would not surprise me. Does that mean the current royal family of Spain is a part of said group as well? The Hohenzollerns are not and one should note that they’ve been marginalized in a nation they ruled just a few generations ago.

          • Julius Caesar

            I am interested in looking into the lineage of the royal family, Sick of it. Would you care to send me off in the right direction, or maybe email me some of the research you have done? Anything would be helpful, thanks.
            email: [email protected]

        • Jim Kental

          A very close friend of mine of Chinese ancestry also agrees. She’s a major commodities trader in Asia and also tells me how many American banks and corporations (via Goldman Sachs) are ruining the west, and throwing away the future in order to make fast profits. I for one support Asian investment in America because at least hey are forward looking and acknowledge the importance of sustainability and long term gains for workers and executives. Sadly, too many whites have been poisoned with secular Marxist cutthroat culture and are just expediting our own demise.

      • See The Future

        If you think we can survive the asian tsunami to north America you are delusional. We had to nuke Japan three times to stop the slaughter that went on in the Pacific. American prisoner’s of war were tortured and mistreated. Continental China is not a democratic paradise.
        It is a fact that Asians are much better in the community than blacks or muslims…….by a huge margin……..but don’t kid yourself, they know who is number one.

        • propagandaoftruth

          Two nukes for Japan.

          • See The Future

            Hiroshima and Nagasaki, correct

    • The Verdict of History

      Uniqueness of Western Civilization was an outstanding book.

      Still combing through it.

      Its a library, and it engages with the primary and secondary literature in extraordinary fashion.

    • Caucasoid88

      Not all Asians are dirty. Most are, but not all.

    • Junis

      Is your boyfriend/hsuband white? Thought so.

  • Ron Cheaters

    I’ve tried to listen to Mr. Duchesne, but I can’t get past his thick accent.
    I applaud what he’s trying to do..
    I don’t get his angle.. If he was here for generations as I have been born into (Cheaters’ have been here since 1840’s and I’m the last of my breed) It would make sense.
    Pass the mic…

  • Zimriel

    If Duchesne’s Puerto Rican, he’s possibly got some Taino in him. That’d make him “Métis” by some definitions.

    I say, go for it. Play the First-Nations card. His ancestors are indigenous to this continent and Jang isn’t.

    • Pelayo

      He’s got a French surname which means he’s likely a descendant of the Frenchmen who fled Haiti and settled in Puerto Rico. Which would explain a lot. The Western part of the island has many people with French surnames as a result. That or his ancestors were Catholic settlers sent by the Spanish crown to populate the island and squash independence movements.

  • Steve_in_Vermont

    What I fined most annoying isn’t just situations such as this but the fact that in our world today almost everyone is being “offended……disrespected……..excluded…….and /or marginalized”. And protests are appearing everywhere and for every subject imaginable. The response to these protests and “personal affronts” is becoming, for the majority of people, a response of “Another protest?….(yawn)…what’s for lunch?”.

    • Whitetrashgang

      Dog is for lunch, cat for supper. As a snack may I recommend some white meat?

  • IstvanIN

    considering he’s an immigrant from Puerto Rico.
    There are White Puerto Ricans, I have met them.

  • IstvanIN

    Just a thought, perhaps he defends his adopted country and culture because he came from the hole that is Puerto Rico and appreciates the good life that Anglo-Canadian culture and norms provide, unlike Canadian politicians who will sacrifice their nation.

    • Pelayo

      He’s not the only one. I don’t want to go back to that hole. It’s a shame really, Puerto Rico has so much natural beauty that is marred by the people inhabiting it. I utterly rejected Latino culture, deeming it backwards, ignorant and obnoxious and often view Latinos with disdain. I embraced Anglo-American culture and am fiercely protective of Europeans from its detractors (which are mostly white people themselves). I don’t even want to date anyone Latino unless they have white skin and Anglo American or European sensibilities. Granted I still have an affinity for Spanish (Spain) culture. But hey, they’re European and I like all things European.

      • IstvanIN

        One should adopt and respect their chosen country’s culture and traditions, my family did. Why emigrate to a new country just to recreate what you came from? Might as well have stayed home.

  • kikz2

    i read that website 🙂 council of european canadians

  • Evette Coutier

    Finally, white people are starting to have had enough of the racial feces.

    • See The Future

      Some………but not near enough.

      • Evette Coutier

        As it becomes more socially acceptable, and there are less negative consequences, you’ll see many more coming out of the closet. No one wants to risk losing everything.

        • Nimadan

          They’ve already risked everything by taking so long to wake up.

          • Evette Coutier

            That is true and the potential consequences of weakness.

  • Conrad

    I refuse to be less of a racist than all of the other racists around me.
    Every race has the right & the inborn compulsion to defend the group that they belong to. It’s as natural as taking a breath. This even extends to religion, politics & nations. An observant person will instinctively defend any group to which he belongs.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Jang better shut his mouth or one day he will be back in china land eating chop suey when the white nationalists wake up.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Ricardo Duchesne is on youtube where he talks about his book “The Uniqueness of Western Civilization” and in the beginning of the interview, he does say that since his dad is Puerto Rican, he probably has some negro blood. Well good for him even though he probably has that black blood, at least he does not let that blood stop supporting what is truly right and beautiful and that is European Western Civilization. Sadly Swedish politician Fredrik Reinfeldt who has some black blood (Look it up) lets that black blood betray his white heritage and supports the immigration of Africans into Sweden who are trashing the place.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Depends on how recent the PR thing. The Estevez’ (Sheens) were pure Galician Spaniards, and with a surname like his, I suspect he may have no negro blood.

      The Swede is a pig. I’ve read about him.

      • benvad

        He’s not really a Swede.

      • benvad

        I’ve just read his bio.

        Reinfeldt’s paternal great-grandfather, John Reinfeldt, was the illegitimate son of Emma Dorotea Reinfeld, a maid from Eckau in present-day Latvia, and John Hood, an African American circus director from New York.

        I think I’m blacker than this clown?
        Sounds a little like Elizabeth Warren and her 1/32nd Indian ancestry??

      • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

        Martin Sheen’s dad was from Spain and his mother from Ireland. So he is pure white. What do the Sheens have to do with Ricardo Duchesne?? I guess if Ricardo’s family has been in PR for a long time, then they may have that black blood. I hope for his sake no, but he should do a DNA test to find out.
        You are right, that Swede is a PIG.

      • See The Future

        Not really a Swede.

  • RonanTheLibtardian

    The west enables unsustainable families among non-whites.

    Southeast Asians, for example, who “check the refugee box” are paid hundreds of dollars per children, up to 3 children.

    It’s a gubmint subsidized “puppy mill” system.

  • rechill

    I love New Brunswick and its people. The Maritimers are great people.

  • nordmann

    This is asians advocating driver licenses for illegal aliens in California. This is an omen of what is to come, since these reptiles decided to imitate the “untouchables”. I hope amren will start a collection so we can give our Bantu refugees have a better life in mongoloid countries. How much does a flight from Minnesota to Beijing cost these days?

    • See The Future

      You mean from Minnesota to Beijing.

  • Jim

    That’s a brave move for a non-tenured professor. I salute his courage and truly wish him the best. Canada, however, is far more politically correct than even the US, I’m afraid. I think we should all email him words of encouragement. How ’bout it?

    Oh, and thanks to the Canadian press for telling me about the Council of European Canadians. I’d never heard about it before. I’ll be sure to google it.

  • Reynardine

    Here’s my short list (3 million+ causalties), gathered from wikipedia:

    60,000,000–85,000,000 – World War II (1939–1945), (see World War II casualties)
    40,000,000–70,000,000 – Mongol conquests (1206–1324)
    36,000,000–40,000,000 – Three Kingdoms War (184–280)
    25,000,000 – Qing dynasty conquest of Ming Dynasty (1616–1662)
    20,000,000 – Taiping Rebellion (1850–1864)
    20,000,000 – Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945)
    17,000,000 – World War I/Great War (1914–1918)
    13,000,000 – An Lushan Rebellion (755–763)
    7,500,000 – Chinese Civil War (1927–1949)
    7,000,000–20,000,000 – Conquests of Tamerlane (1370–1405)
    5,000,000–9,000,000 – Russian Civil War and Foreign Intervention (1917–1922)
    8,000,000-10,000,000 – Dungan revolt (1862–77)
    3,500,000–6,000,000 – Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815)
    3,000,000–11,500,000 – Thirty Years’ War (1618–1648)
    2,500,000–5,400,000 – Second Congo War/Great War of Africa (1998–2003)
    2,000,000–4,000,000 – French Wars of Religion (Huguenot Wars) (1562–1598)

    In nearly every instance, Asians have had at least one major incident of massive killings.

    Talk about your Asian high achievers!

  • Westphilo

    Good why don’t you move.

  • Westphilo

    Provide example of first world to third world since 1945?

  • I haven’t seen all five videos, but this one seems to be suggesting that whites head off out to China and elsewhere to also become pockets of “multiculturalism”, so that everywhere has some kind of balance.

    I could not disagree more, if that is indeed the suggestion. Whites need to be the majorities in their own lands, exclusively so, if they want a future at all.

    Living as smaller groups in other lands is not only putting whites at a disadvantage in those lands, but further risking the leakage and blurring and eventual disappearance of whites from the planet.

    I might have to watch it again to make sure I have not got the wrong end of the stick though.

    For example, if he is suggesting that the Chinese people accustomed to White cultures, who are teachers etc, be returned to China/encouraged to return to China, then that would be different!

    However, it is generally refreshing to see somebody of a different race take our issues seriously and give even this more basic discussion about it.

    On that score it is quite powerful and good on him for being concerned enough to think about it and put it out there. I wish we could have a truly international voice which placed our concerns seriously.

  • See The Future

    correct few, not none.

  • See The Future

    Worth viewing

  • KevinPhillipsBong

    Evidently “largely leave you alone” is the best the cultural enrichment crowd can come up with anymore.

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  • Bunky

    When I worked and lived there (for years) I was interviewed about my political views twice a year by my political officer.
    He didn’t ask me about my eating habits.
    I’m a white American citizen.