…The previous Conservative government tilted the guide’s wording toward military history and rights and the responsibilities of citizenship, while the Liberal government appears to be inclined to explain Indigenous reconciliation and multiculturalism, Suleman said.
“Given that we have an election coming up, there’s probably a calculus about whether it’s worth releasing a new guide, which inevitably will make some people happy and other people unhappy,” he said.
…For the West and its security, the risks now involved in this process are enormous. A decisive change in the demographic patterns of long-term strategic Western allies in favor of large-scale Muslim immigration, where anti-Semitism is endemic, will have its consequences. The situation of Jewish communities around the world, already worsened by rising anti-Semitism, will deteriorate further. In a recent comment in the Jerusalem Post, Manfred Gerstenfeld described Malmö, a typical European city with high Muslim immigration, as the capital of European anti-Semitism.
Much of European academia and media still seem to be in a state of shock-induced paralysis, unable to come to terms with the challenges posed by Islamism and Muslim anti-Semitism almost two decades after 9/11 and almost half a decade after the Paris 2015 terror attacks. But these aspects are well-known to any serious analyst of developments in the region, and they are often glossed over in the call for “radical diversity.”
Goodbye “Welcome Culture”? Part II
…The overview of the failed, foiled, and completed terror attacks in 2017 per EU member state and per terrorist group affiliation, as reported by the European Commission, speaks a clear language about the danger of jihadist violence on European soil and justifies our emphasis on the study of predictable societal patterns and Islamist violence in the wake of the massive influx of refugees to Europe since late summer 2015.
Of the 205 terror attacks reported in Europe in 2017, 137 (66.83%) were separatist in character, while 33 (16.10%) were jihadist, 24 (11.71%) were left-wing, and 5 (2.44%) were right-wing. In other words, there were 6.6 times more jihadist terrorist attacks than right-wing terrorist attacks in Europe.
It is that most modern of stories, with only a couple of lessons, each profoundly depressing.
The first is this: She who gets to social media first wins.
The other is this: When they come for you, whether it is with allegations of sexual assault or sexual harassment or even worse, racism, or worst of all, because there’s a hierarchy in racism too, anti-black racism, you are done like dinner.
Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Cairo, Vienna, St Petersberg, Venice, Rio de Janeiro.
So many great cities. So many culturally identifiable features and attractions. That’s what makes the world fascinating, inspiring people to travel and experience the sights, sounds and atmosphere in each of these unique places.
Australia, a vast land of desert, sun and surf. A climate as varied as the many different backgrounds of people now residing in her cities. Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth are quite the melting pots of cultures. A good thing, I hear many say. They bring a variety of foods, clothing and perspectives that broaden our own horizons. But let’s stop and ponder the way this multiculturalism is headed in this beloved country of ours.
An elite law firm’s inability to promote enough minority partners exposes the unrealistic expectations of diversity mandates.
In December 2018, the New York law firm Paul, Weiss announced its latest class of partners. A scandal erupted: all 12 of the newly promoted lawyers were white, the photo accompanying the announcement revealed. The New York Times published a front-page hit job on the firm headlined: 12 WHITE FACES REFLECT BLIND SPOT IN BIG LAW. Nearly 200 corporate general counsels signed an open letter threatening to pull their business from law firms whose partners are not “diverse in race, color, age, gender, gender orientation, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, and without regard to disabilities.” Paul, Weiss did what every other mainstream institution does today when accused of racial bias: it fell on its sword. Rather than defend his organization against specious charges of discrimination, the firm’s chairman declared his unwavering commitment to “diversity” and promised to do better the next time around.
The Paul, Weiss saga is a casebook study in the evasions and duplicities that govern the national discourse about race, when any discussion of the academic skills gap is taboo and when racial preferences have become the universal way to engineer “diversity.”
There was a time when people aspired to a world where race was an afterthought. It was always a tough slog, but we’d moved closer and closer over time. Then something funny happened – a political party realized they could benefit from division and that unity was bad for business. Unity would require a debate on issues and their merits, which was one they had been losing, so they opted for backsliding; divide to conquer.
If you divide people into groups it is much easier to win. Groups of people are easier to manipulate than millions of individuals.
If you were a Black man living in Toronto in 1980, you were probably making about the same income as your white neighbour. But today, it’s a dramatically different story.
Average incomes of racialized people in the Toronto region have stagnated or dropped over the past 35 years while incomes of non-racialized residents have soared, according to alarming new research by United Way Greater Toronto.
The earnings gap was barely noticeable in 1980. But by 2015, for every dollar earned by non-racialized Torontonians, racialized residents made an average of just 52.1 cents, says the agency in a report being released Monday.
“The growth of income inequality is undermining the promise that ‘diversity is our strength’ — and that’s a problem,” said United Way president Daniele Zanotti.
More blame whitey bullshit. Diversity is not a strength, it is a con used by the elites to bludgeon dissent.
A local Somali Canadian group is planning to open a museum chronicling the history and culture of the community in Edmonton.
Organizers with the Somali Canadian Cultural Society of Edmonton hope the museum will help educate the public at large about the Somali community — and connect Somali-Canadian youth who have never been to Somalia with their heritage. The organizers believe it will be the first such museum in Canada.
“It’s basically about who we are, how we got here, what happened to us, what we had and what we lost,” said museum director Naima Haile.
And now a word from Community leaders…
Somali-Canadian Community Discusses Causes Behind Rise in Youth Gang Activity
…Panelist Sheikh Saeed Rageah, a religious scholar and Imam, said the education system in Canada has failed Somali youth, calling the schools “systematic racism.”
“The education system in this country was designed to segregate us. When the Somali-Muslim child joins the school, he or she is labeled as a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD), which deprives them their rights for a fair teaching and homework support,” Rageah said.
Sheikh Saeed Rageah, quoted in the article above is a prominent leader in the Somali community and is noted for his contribution of rabid Jew hatred to our mosaic of diversity.
Shaykh Saed Rageah – Israel leads the world in the sexual slavery of little girls
Disturbing footage of Muslim kids saying they would sacrifice themselves and kill for the “army of Allah” surfaced from an Islamic center in Philadelphia.
The Muslim American Society (MAS) Islamic Center in Philadelphia posted the video to its Facebook page celebrating “Ummah Day” in which young children wearing Palestinian scarves sang and read poetry about killing for Allah and the mosque in Jerusalem.
Do you think that one day it will be acknowledged by our “betters” that inviting the members of a violent supremacist cult to settle in our nations was a bad idea?
My longtime friend and colleague Dr. Thomas Sowell has just published a revised and enlarged edition of “Discrimination and Disparities.”
It lays waste to myth after myth about the causes of human differences not only in the United States but around the globe. Throughout the book, Sowell shows that socioeconomic outcomes differ vastly among individuals, groups and nations in ways that cannot be easily explained by any one factor, whether it’s genetics, sex or race discrimination or a history of gross mistreatment that includes expulsion and genocide.
The BBC has appointed a representative of white men to its diversity and inclusion panel for the first time.
Geoff Norcott has been described as Britain’s only openly Conservative comedian, a Leave voter who jokes about his Right-wing views as part of his routine.
The BBC said it had chosen Norcott to represent social mobility as he is from a white working class background. He has said he does not identify with the “middle class metropolitan types” who vote Labour.