Feb 192024
 


The COVID-19 pandemic plunged Canada into a culture of fear and panic, marked by egregious violations of individual rights not seen since times of war. One might assume that the federal and provincial governments would have faced opposition to their unjustified and tyrannical measures aimed at curbing the spread of what amounted to nothing more than a severe flu. However, they did not. Instead, all of “officialdom” supported the measures taken, and anyone who questioned those measures were tormented, canceled, and vilified. Some were even beaten, arrested, and imprisoned.

In turbulent times Canadians normally turn to the mainstream media to pose challenging questions regarding the actions of government, pursue a balanced approach to the available “expert” information, and at the very least document the experiences of Canadians. Not this time. The mainstream media, receiving funding by the federal government since 2019, completely failed Canadians. No probing questions were asked, no alternative opinions were offered, and the negative effects of government actions were ignored. Some legacy media outlets even stooped to inciting hatred and encouraging Canadians to turn on those who did not share the official narrative.

With the lack of responsibility and probity on the part of Canadian officials, institutions, and media, it fell to the People themselves to document the effects of the government’s overreach and offer solutions.

The National Citizens Inquiry (NCI) marked a first for Canada. Citizen-led and funded it traversed the county gathering the heartbreaking stories of 305 victims, the testimony of 94 experts in law and medicine, and over 76,000 signatures on a petition of support.

Ches Crosbie, a Canadian Lawyer and spokesman for the NCI, joins Robert Vaughan to discuss some of the recommendations of the NCI’s final report: Inquiry into the Appropriateness and Efficacy of the COVID-19 Response in Canada, released November 28, 2023, and the disregard of the report by those who would benefit most from its findings.

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Feb 112024
 

When the International Court of Justice (ICJ) announced that it found it “plausible” that Israel is violating the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, many immediately drew parallels to the Holocaust, suggesting that Israel’s actions were akin to the treatment of Jews under Nazi Germany.

However, this interpretation is not accurate. The common understanding of “genocide” as the “systematic extermination” of a group of people does not align with the definition in the UN’s Convention, nor is it the definition under scrutiny by the ICJ.

In UN law, “genocide” encompasses a broad range of actions, including killing any number of people in a defined group, even a single person, or causing serious mental harm to a member of the group. This expansive definition implies that nations involved in any conflict, anywhere, at any time could potentially face allegations of “genocide.”

Professor Salim Mansur from Western University joins us to explore the implications of the ICJ’s provisional decision and its potential impact on the very existence of the state of Israel.

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Multiculturalism—Gateway to chaos | Salim Mansur

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Oct 162023
 

United Kingdom Home Secretary Suella Braverman, along with other Western leaders, has shared concerns about multiculturalism, viewing it as a policy which has failed Western society. She sees it as a policy that has unintentionally led to the creation of isolated communities, where people live lives parallel to the rest of society, often challenging the institutions and laws of their host countries to promote their own collective and tribal goals.

In Canada, where multiculturalism is an official policy, we’ve witnessed the outcomes of significant, unrestricted immigration. People are bringing with them the collectivist influences of their own cultures. Whether it is the Khalistani separatists, Ukrainian Nazis, or Hamas supporters, to name but a few, the official endorsement of multiculturalism has permitted such groups to contributed to a cultural gap between the foundational classical liberal culture of the West and tribal sentiments and passions of less liberal societies.

Salim Mansur, professor emeritus at Western University, sheds light on this concerning political trend. Twelve years ago, he expressed his scholarly perspective in Delectable Lie: a liberal repudiation of multiculturalism. His views then as well as now, serve as a cautionary reminder of the potential chaos tied to the shortcomings of multiculturalism as a policy.

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823 – Representative misrepresentation—the language and rhetoric of politics

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Aug 102023
 


The latest round of indictments against Donald Trump is so absurd, and the accusations so demonstrably false, that one must wonder about the state of mind that that could be driving them.

Why Trump’s insistence that the last federal election was stolen should even be a concern to his accusers is a question that can only be understood in light of their terror. So desperate are they to make some kind of case against Trump, that their argument has now boiled down to an absurd assertion that their “case could hinge on whether he believed his lies.”

With political rhetoric like “You can put all kinds of whipped cream on manure, and it’s still manure” used to justify their charges against Trump, you can smell the crap on which such arguments are piled. The “manure” in question, of course, is the fact of the stolen election – called “lies” by Trump’s accusers.

Fascinatingly, the case has once again forced the spotlight on the violent nature of the Left in contrast to the peaceful nature of the Right. “Violence is only the domain of the Left,” Stew Peters correctly observed in his assessment of the January 6 “uprising” for which Trump is being blamed. Along with the violence, Leftist politicians rely on misrepresenting their legitimacy as democratic representatives, which is essentially what their whole case against Trump is all about.

In projecting all of their electoral evils and crimes on to Trump, the Left has found itself resorting to the manipulation of language and rhetoric calculated to justify unprecedented and outrageous assertions. They, not Trump, have forced the long existing polarization of America’s politics to surface, and that is a good thing because now more are able to see the true nature of the binary choice before them.

Those on the Left who condemn Trump for being a “polarizing” figure are mistaken in their condemnation, but Just Right about the fact that Trump represents their polar opposite.

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810 – Courting the cultural divide | Bruce Pardy

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May 112023
 


At a time when the tyranny of the administrative state has taken hold on most Western governments, the great danger in any current attempts to change laws or amend constitutions is that, because law reflects the culture, freedom will continue to be eroded instead of being valued and protected.

“Law is a product of culture,” observes our guest Bruce Pardy, Executive Director of Rights Probe who has recently testified before the National Citizen’s Inquiry. Given the current culture of tyranny, any amendments or changes to current laws or charters would tend to further restrict our rights and freedoms, not defend them.

Numerous failed court challenges to the mandated Covid lockdowns and injections have demonstrated that Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects neither rights nor freedom. Without recourse to a legal remedy to a violation of any given right, that right does not exist, warns Pardy.

By describing law as a political language that legitimizes politics, Pardy connects the dots between politics and the values of the culture on which its political policies are founded.

Recognizing that culture precedes politics, calling for a cultural remedy to cure the political disease may seem too abstract and difficult to achieve. But the cure is simple, even if not always quick and easy.

It takes the form of courageously speaking out with a voice of truth until truth becomes a fundamental value of the culture. After all, unless the culture is Just Right, its laws will never be so.

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The tyranny of the Administrative State | Bruce Pardy

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May 062023
 

In his recent testimony to the National Citizen’s Inquiry, Bruce Pardy—Executive Director of Rights Probe—made clear that Canadians have allowed their country to devolve into an all-powerful Administrative State.

We have a nation where Parliament delegates to the Executive, the Executive determines what, in their discretion, is best for the good of the country, and the courts defer to the “expertise” of the Executive.

While many might suggest that such an Executive branch is a necessary feature of a modern state we must acknowledge that given such great powers we can also expect our liberties to be in peril.

Says, Bruce, “I do not agree that it is the role of people inside the government to fix social problems. I think the role of government is to tell us what the general rules are that define the relationship between each one of us to the other and between us and the state. If you have those general abstract rules that apply to everybody all the time, then you shouldn’t need the kind of Administrative State we have now. I’m describing what is sometimes called a “Night-watchman State,” a state that is there to keep the peace and to establish the basic principles and then otherwise leaves people alone to make their own way.”

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“Unbelievably sick evil people” | Artur Pawlowski

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Mar 032023
 

After listening to the story of Calgary Pastor Artur Pawlowski you will realize that Canada is not the free country you may have thought it was.

Born in Poland while it was still a part of the Soviet Union Pastor Pawlowski knows totalitarianism firsthand. His experiences since his family moved to Canada showed great promise as he thrived. But, when he started to administer to the homeless in Calgary it became clear that his beloved new home was as corrupt and tyrannical as his birth country was under the communists.

Pastor Pawlowski gained worldwide attention for his unceremonious expulsion of Calgary police officers and health officials from his church during Passover services, calling them Nazi psychopaths, Gestapo, and unbelievably sick evil people. His arrests in the middle of a rainy Calgary highway and on the tarmac of Calgary airport also caught the eye of freedom-loving people as they watched Canada devolve into a police state.

He has been singled out by petty and egomaniacal politicians and bureaucrats, harassed, and persecuted for standing up for his own health decisions and individual rights. He was fined for not wearing a mask, jailed, effectively imprisoned in his own home, forced to pay enormous fines, denied bail on one charge, and kept in solitary confinement.

His experiences are proof that our rights and freedoms in this country are not protected by law and that, at least in lower courts, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is subservient to the diktats of medical civil servants.

Pastor Pawlowski is now taking his fight to the electorate, and this past September he was elected to lead the Independence Party of Alberta.

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