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 132024
 


Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin did not reveal groundbreaking insights into the leader or his policies to those of us who have been closely monitoring events in that region. However, it did bring to light previously overlooked facts to hundreds of millions, courtesy of a journalist committed to honesty, in stark contrast to the West’s dismissive yellow press.

In this insightful discussion, Professor Emeritus, Salim Mansur and Robert Vaughan delve into the interview’s implications, exploring its impact on a global audience that is typically shielded from the truth but now finds itself unexpectedly confronted with reality, thanks to a journalist who values integrity.

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Rogue State–From Republic to Empire | Salim Mansur

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Jan 192024
 


Upon leaving the Constitutional Convention of 1787 Benjamin Franklin was asked about the kind of government created by him and the other delegates. His response was, “A republic, if you can keep it.”

If Franklin were alive today he would say that the American People had failed. What initially started out as a bold experiment in liberty has transformed into an empire engaged in a “Forever War,” led by the very type of elites the War of Independence was waged to overthrow.

Our guest, Professor Salim Mansur, has described the United States of 2024 as a “rogue state” and the most dangerous enemy of freedom based on individual rights.

Salim puts the start of the Republic’s fall in 1912 with the election of Democrat Woodrow Wilson. It was under Wilson that the 17th Amendment to the Constitution had US Senators elected by the People rather than by the legislatures of the states they were supposed to represent, altering a key aspect of the Republican nature of the country. This change made the Senators no different than the elected members of the House of Representatives.

Adding to Wilson’s ignominious administrative term was the signing of the Federal Reserve Act and the 16th Amendment, which allowed for a federal income tax. No longer did the federal government require the financial backing and consent of the States to wage war. Upon his reelection in 1916 and with these new tools at his disposal, Wilson quickly entered into the Great War already waging in Europe.

If one were to bracket the fall of the Republic at one end with Wilson’s Administration, on this end of history the other bracket would be the installation of the Usurper Joe Biden, installed into the position of President during a ceremony attended not by the American People, but by a select group of elites in a Capital surrounded by razor wire and 25,000 armed guardsmen.

There could be no greater nor obvious symbolism than that spectacle to demonstrate that Franklin’s Republic has fallen and that a New World Order headed by an American Empire has begun.

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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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Ominous parallels—The Nazis among us | Salim Mansur

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Oct 032023
 

On Friday, September 22nd, 2023, during a visit by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Canada’s Parliament extended a standing ovation to 98-year-old WWII veteran Yaroslav Hunka, honoring his contributions to Ukrainian independence against the Russians (Soviets) during WWII. However, concerns arose when it was revealed that Hunka was a former member of the Waffen-SS Galicia Division—a Nazi unit.

Swift apologies followed, and Speaker of the House, Anthony Rota, resigned from his position for introducing Hunka to Parliament. Justin Trudeau issued a typically Liberal, half-hearted apology, taking the opportunity to address alleged Russian misinformation.

Hunka now faces the possibility of deportation to Poland, and Canada’s global image took a hit, with Trudeau and other Parliamentarians facing criticism ranging from being labeled Nazi sympathizers to being accused of ignorance regarding history.

Salim Mansur of Western University sheds light on how someone like Hunka could be honored by Canada’s Parliament, emphasizing the importance of understanding Canada’s history and the prevailing ideology of today’s politicians.

Examining the current state of Canada under Trudeau, parallels with Germany during the Weimar Republic and the Nazis are highlighted, raising concerns about the ominous direction the country is heading.

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Truman, the atomic bomb, and the rise of the Deep State | Salim Mansur

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Aug 292023
 

It was President Trump who called them the “Deep State,” that “fourth branch of government,” which acts in secret, furthering its own aims, led by the Neo-Cons and attached by the hip to the CIA and other alphabet agencies. President Eisenhower warned us about them. To him, they were the “Military-Industrial Complex.” However, it was under President Harry S. Truman, Eisenhower’s predecessor, that the Deep State was conceived, as our guest Professor Salim Mansur of Western University in London, Ontario, states.

“Ukraine, the most corrupt country in the world, is a laundromat for the Military-Industrial Complex in America. How did this happen? It didn’t happen overnight. The derailment began with a decision by Truman.”

In an article titled “Revisiting Hiroshima and Nagasaki: the path not taken,” published on Salim’s Substack (salimmansur.substack.com), he clearly lays out the argument that Truman’s decision to use the atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6th, 1945, and keeping his ally, the Soviet Union, in the dark about it, set into motion diplomatic actions that resulted in the Cold War and the animosity which America still feels towards Russia 78 years later. It is an irrational hatred which has led to the current proxy war in Ukraine. A war, it should be mentioned, where more Ukrainian soldiers have died in the past year and a half than all of the American servicemen who died in both theaters of WWII.

Join Salim and Robert for a fascinating look at the history of the birth of Deep State and the Forever Wars of the United States.

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Where have all the flowers gone? | Salim Mansur

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Jul 162023
 


In 1955, songwriter Pete Seeger penned the quintessential anti-war folk song “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?,” which would later resonate with the public expressing opposition to the Military-Industrial Complex’s involvement in Southeast Asia in the 1960s. Today, there is a noticeable absence of comparable songs that rally people against governments’ decisions to prolong the conflict in Ukraine—decisions resulting in significant loss of life and expenditure.

The absence of widespread protest and condemnation from the public seems to be emboldening our politicians to persist with their controversial war strategies. The silence and apparent indifference can inadvertently be interpreted as consent, raising concerns about the potential escalation to a full-scale armed conflict between NATO countries and Russia. While the use of nuclear weapons in such a scenario remains unlikely, it was a genuine fear during the 1960s, leading to the construction of fallout shelters in backyards and drills that taught children to seek shelter during a nuclear attack.

Professor Salim Mansur from Western University joins Robert Vaughan in discussing this perceived indifference among the public towards an impending global conflict, drawing a comparison to the protest movements of the Beatniks and Hippies in the 60s. They contend that Western culture underwent significant changes over the past fifty years, with any semblance of reason and objectivity being supplanted by wokeism and subjectivity. They conclude that the West has become a culture of nihilism, narcissism, and hedonism led by the self-absorbed and immature and that our anti-intellectual culture could potentially lead to the end of what remains of our civilization.

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