Just Right

Just Right is a weekly shortwave radio show. Hosts, Bob Metz and Robert Vaughan analyze issues from a viewpoint of individual rights, freedom, and capitalism.

Nov 072022
 

Given the events in the healthcare industry over the past three years one might think that people would be ready to abandon that one characteristic Canadians have come to define themselves—socialized medicine. Instead, we find, regardless of the injuries and deaths directly attributable to it, Canadians cling to this immoral system.

At the top of this failed and disastrous Soviet-era style healthcare system stands the Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons—crown agencies created by governments and led by political appointees, some of whom may be doctors, most of whom are not—your usual group of sycophantic Party supporters in it for the prestige and perks.

As our guest, pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson puts it, “Since COVID, because they’re manned by woke cubed individuals they have toed the government line meticulously. And so I take the position now that instead of protecting which was their traditional role which they did reasonably well they are now actually killing people. They are co-conspirators with government in state-sanctioned murder—period. Exactly the opposite of what their function used to be.”

Dr. Hodkinson, was a Fellow of the College of the American Pathologists until recently when they decided to “get rid” of him for ostensibly spreading “misinformation,” the usual Orwellian term used to label anyone with an opinion differing from that of the state.

Dr. Hodkinson continues to fight against the system and is now warning us of the tsunami of deaths to come from compromised immune systems resulting from the disastrous decisions of healthcare bureaucrats.

Completely disillusioned with federal politics he has turned his attention to his own province and is actively promoting the Alberta Prosperity Project—a society that promises to send a message to Ottawa that unless it allows that province to deal in its own way with Constitutionally-granted areas of provincial concern, including healthcare, outright separation from Confederation may result.

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Canada—From peacemaker to warmonger | Salim Mansur

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Oct 252022
 

Many Canadians are wondering how Canada has gone from being a leader in global peacemaking to a nation of saber-rattling warmongers.

Former Liberal Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson was awarded the Noble Peace Prize for his role while Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in creating the United Nations Emergency Force during the Suez Crisis of 1956. Since then Canada has garnered a reputation abroad as a nation of peacemakers, taking part in many UN Blue Beret missions throughout the world.

Today, however, under the leadership of Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Christia Freeland Canada has become a nation of belligerent warmongers entering into the Russo-Ukraine conflict on the side of the corrupt regime of Volodymyr Zelenskyy—a move which could embroil Canada in a war with Russia.

Rather than advocating for a negotiated peace when Ukraine was given that chance early in the conflict, Canada opted to support a continuation of the war even though Ukraine is not a member of NATO and Canada has no obligation to take its side by contributing financial and military aid.

Had Ukraine agreed to Russia’s terms in the spring of 2022 the war would be over, Luhansk and Donetsk would be independent states and not necessarily Republics of Russia, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson would still be Oblasts of Ukraine and not Russian Regions, and all of those killed since that time would be alive today.

But Canada missed that opportunity for peacemaking as too have all other NATO member countries who seem bent on continuing this all-out proxy war with Russia.

Our guest, Professor Salim Mansur of Western University provides an in-depth analysis of the motives for such foolhardy aggression on the parts of NATO and Canada.

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The West Wants Out | Salim Mansur

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Oct 172022
 

When the Reform Party of Canada was created in 1987 it captured the discontent that many Western Canadians felt about the inequities of Confederation. Their slogan was “The West Wants In.”

Since then, the Reform Party morphed into the Canadian Alliance which again evolved into the Conservative Party of Canada. Throughout these changes, however, Westerners witnessed no essential change in the way that Ottawa treated them, even under the majority government of Stephen Harper.

Finally realizing that Canada is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of quarreling provinces and regions many in the West no longer regard the country as their home and feel that independence would be more in their best interest.

Our guest, professor Salim Mansur of Western University recently toured Alberta and British Columbia coming away with a sense that separation—particularly for Alberta—may be the only viable way for that jurisdiction to prosper and at the same time prompt the rest of Canada to repair the tenuous bonds that hold the nation together.

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The Freedom Convoy | Andrew Lawton

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Aug 032022
 

The Trucker’s Freedom Convoy was a pivotal moment in Canadian history and one which will be studied for many years to come.

Predictably, the dependent press (legacy media outlets in the direct pay of the Liberal government) were notorious for their mishandling of the event. Their feeble and often amateurish attacks meant to vilify the protesters by means of deception and outright falsehoods were thwarted by the coverage of the rally by honest journalists such as Andrew Lawton of True North.

In order to set the record straight for the sake of posterity, Andrew published The Freedom Convoy—The inside story of three weeks that shook the world (Sutherland House). The book quickly became a best seller. In it, Andrew details how the rally was nothing like that depicted by both the dependent press and the politicians in government.

Andrew also reveals the inner workings of the organization that started the Convoy although “organization” is a term used loosely as it soon became apparent that the rally was quickly evolving into a massive grassroots movement spanning the country and involving several thousands of protesters.

Fueled by disgust and even rage over the tyrannical measures the Trudeau/Singh government had inflicted on them during the preceding two years Canadians across the country supported the truckers in numbers never seen before in this country. The response was noticed all over the world with similar convoys starting up in Europe, Australia, and the United States.

Robert Vaughan sat down with Andrew to discuss his inside knowledge of the freedom convoy and the events of those three weeks that shook the world.

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Ukraine—Neocon’s war against Russia | Salim Mansur

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Jul 022022
 

Since the end of WWII, a number of international laws and treaties have been created among nations to allow for a more peaceful, if not orderly world. Albeit with many exceptions, these rules of conduct have served the world well. We have enjoyed an extended period of relative peace and have avoided another world war. This sense of security seems to be coming to an end as the West now faces possible military engagement with both Russia in Ukraine and Communist China in Taiwan.

How did we arrive at this point? Since at least the 1960s plans have been formulated and implemented to pave the way for a one-world government led by the United States in a grand hegemony of tyranny marked by corruption, censorship, the surveillance state, and Malthusian population control.

We were warned that this might happen by Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy who, while not knowing precisely what form these nefarious plans might take, knew that it was a distinct possibility that the Military-Industrial Complex could be used with evil intent and on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas we discovered just how patently evil these people could be.

It is no longer a secret that there is a cabal of advisors orchestrating successive military campaigns throughout the globe of which Ukraine is but the latest.

The greatest opposition the cabal faces in its grand scheme is from countries like Russia which stubbornly adheres to a historic sense of national pride and which warned that it would not tolerate any attempts to alter that perspective.

In a direct challenge to any who would oppose them we have seen callous rogues like Johnson, the Bushes, Clinton, Obama, and a group of neoconservative policy advisors, take that once moral and enviable of nations, the United States of America, and transform it into a juggernaut of death and destruction.

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Canada—Vassal state of the globalists | Salim Mansur

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Jun 172022
 

Is Canada a nation in its death throes or a nation yet to be born? Given that we’ve never truly been an independent mature nation because of our history we may still be in the process of our political birth as an independent nation, maybe not the one we expected. Or maybe Canada is a tragedy that will never reach its potential because its political parents are in the process of aborting their political child of freedom. Or worse, that Canadians themselves are committing national suicide.

These questions, posed by Bob Metz on the June 2nd episode of Just Right are answered by our guest, Professor Salim Mansur of Western University who revisits Canada’s history from the 1759 Battle of the Plains of Abraham through to the Truckers’ Convoy of 2022.

In the final analysis, he concludes, that Canada is and has been a vassal state—a nation dependent on others for its well-being. Prior to WWII, it was Great Britain. From WWII until the end of the Cold War it was the United States. And since then, Canada continues to be a vassal state of the Globalist neocons in Washington in league with the EU and the World Economic Forum. Continue reading »

Canada First—A concept foreign to Canada’s foreign policy | Salim Mansur

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May 242022
 

Since Confederation Canada’s policies regarding war have always been as a follower; a follower of Mother Britain (Boer War, WWI, WWII), a follower of the United States (Avro Arrow, Bomarc Missile) and a follower of the United Nations (Korea, Cyprus, Rwanda, Balkans…).

During those times it did not join the US in battle—Vietnam and the second Gulf War—it had been because such actions were not sanctioned by the UN.

The current conflict in Ukraine only demonstrates, once again, that Canada does not have a foreign policy which benefits Canadians. Rather, its position is crafted to ingratiate itself to its betters in the United Nations.

In this discussion, Professor Salim Mansur explains that Canada has been living in a globalist fog which prevents it from asserting its own best interests in foreign affairs and from having a “Canada First” foreign policy. Worse, as a “post-national state” without a “core identity” as Justin Trudeau has described Canada, it has no concept of what its national interests even are.

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