Anti-White Globalism – Close all Slaughterhouses
The War Against Whites in Advertising
The mass-marketing of interracial relationships, particularly white women with black men, has become so ubiquitous and so militant, even the least observant members of our culture have begun to notice. Walking through a mall recently I noticed three large marketing images of couples in three different stores. Two of the three were interracial couples, depicting a white woman and black man; the third couple was white. Perhaps what struck me as most peculiar was the fact that the city where I was shopping, whites make up about 97% of the population, blacks are less than 2%. I wondered if the purpose of “diverse” advertising was to sell more products, or really to indoctrinate, to condition, and signal how “progressive” they are.
Vancouver animal rights activists set to ‘March to Close all Slaughterhouses’
Hundreds of red-clad animal rights activists are set to march through the streets of Downtown Vancouver tomorrow to raise awareness of their “ultimate goal” to close all slaughterhouses.
Last year a crowd of up to 500 people gathered for the annual Vancouver March To Close All Slaughterhouses, and co-organiser Zoe Peled expects this year’s event will far exceed that.
Trudeau to apologize to Italians mistreated in Canada during WWII
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will issue a formal apology to Italians mistreated in Canada during the Second World War.
Trudeau made the announcement Friday in Vaughan, Ont., at an event celebrating Italian heritage month.
As Australia ousts MPs with dual citizenship, Canada’s Parliament embraces many in its ranks
At least 56 foreign-born members, 22 with dual or triple citizenship, hold seats in House of Commons, Senate
As a dual citizenship debacle rocks Australia’s political world, Canada’s Parliament embraces sitting MPs and Senators who were born around the world and hold dual, or even triple, citizenship.
There are now at least 56 sitting parliamentarians — 44 MPs and 12 senators — born in countries outside Canada, according to information from the Library of Parliament and websites.
At least 22 of them have citizenship from other countries, CBC News confirmed through queries to parliamentarians’ offices.
That figure does not include MPs and senators who hold citizenship through descent, naturalization or marriage.
Canadian MPs hold citizenship from various countries, including Afghanistan, Lebanon, Portugal, Poland, Pakistan, Syria, the United States and the United Kingdom.