Introduction to The Canadian Question

A never-ending Indian summer

The constant push of the holocaust myth plays a central role in shaming our people. It serves as a reminder that whiteness is a pathology, and that an unchecked population of European decent left alone has a propensity for genocide. Even if some of our ancestors fought against the Germans during World War II, they didn’t try to stop the holocaust, according to the Jews. It doesn’t matter that no one knew about those events until the 1960s. But the propaganda only works to a certain extent and most people seem to see this myth as a folklore tale, since the stories and the whole context are so out of touch with day-to-day life. To maintain its effect in the long run, a holocaust **sur mesure has to be created for every white nation.

**Sur Mesure: Tailored, tailored to

In Canada, the Indian question serves this purpose. During the first months of the summer, so-called “mass graves”, have been unearthed in Western Canada – a coordinated action that could be described as anything but organic, especially just before the national holiday.

The residential schools were founded in an attempt to civilize the Indians and to help them integrate into Western society. They were offered a free education, three meals a day, and a shelter for most of the year. The schools were also segregated so they were still among their people. Many of those students appreciated their journey and talked openly about it, before it became socially inacceptable.  Most of those kids were poverty stricken and had illiterate parents. Back then, epidemics were common and according to statistics, the infantile mortality rate for children under 5 years old was almost 30% in 1900. The numbers would have been worse for Indians, considering their different immune system, and their inability to assimilate into Canadian society. To keep burial costs low, the bodies, including those of the personnel, were usually buried in a cemetery located on the school ground. Over time, the wooden crosses and the fencing surrounding the cemeteries gradually disappeared. So, were they murdered? The Christian doctrine clearly states that every human being has a soul, which could be saved by following the rites of the religion. Therefore, killing them isn’t just illogical, it is a libel against our people clearly intended to foment racial hatred. And even if they did, why should we be ashamed? Europeans have been stuck in a dilemma with aboriginals. Just like African populations, leaving them on their own would amount to genocide, according to anti-whites. It is primordial to never engage in anachronistic arguments; just look at our enemies’ motives. Those people are as militant as yesterday’s clergy and they have their own Church.  

More recently, a book-burning session in southern Ontario created an international scandal. According to Radio-Canada, more than 4700 books depicting Indians were removed from the libraries of about 30 schools to be burned and then reused as fertilizer, a ‘gesture of reconciliation’. The book-burning was stopped but the untouched books won’t see again the light of day. As usual, militant acts like this one, even when pushed ”too far” and met by major backlash, still reap fruits, and then allows them to impose their paradigm on us. The initiative was organized in francophone schools by Suzy Kies, former copresident of the Indigenous Peoples’ Commission of the Liberal party of Canada, who resigned shortly after the news concerning her identity were spread. Having claimed for years to be an Indian, self proclaimed ”guardian of knowledge, child of the pines, of the Wabanaki turtle clan”, she has no Indian ancestor for at least seven generations. The selected books range from Tintin, Asterix, Pocahontas and books depicting topless Indians, to historical biographies approved by members of Indian communities. I don’t care about the Indians, but it is easy to see that this conquered people, while being used against us, is still being slowly erased from history by the system.

Now, let’s talk about the election. Trudeau, hoping to gain seats and get the parliamentary majority, launched an early election, only two years through his second mandate. In a similar vein as the US, the outcome of the election is determined by the big centers, the provinces of Ontario and Québec, totalling 200 of the 340 seats. Throughout the last elections, the Liberal Party managed to win by keeping its seats in Toronto and Montreal, an easy task, considering the demographics of those areas. Between 2015 and 2020, around 2 million migrants officially settled in Canada, and the yearly target for the coming years is over 400,000 per year, in a country of almost 38 million. Somehow, this existential problem has been pushed aside from the start and is now presented as a **fait accompli, constantly hammered as the foundation of our (lack of) collective identity. The illusion of a debate is slowly emerging in Québec because of its form of liberalism, based on the French model of republican assimilationism. The candidacy of Éric Zemmour, the Algerian jew, for the next French election might help to disentangle the discourse in Québec by exposing to the rest of the world the farce that is assimilation, and the daily martyrdom that France has to suffer. The Canadian debates must be the most boring in the West since there’s just no place for any critique. Ideologically loaded questions are asked, just like in a biased survey, and party leaders all agree with the interviewer, with a touch nuance here and there. In a truly post-national mindset, mostly superficial topics are addressed, because it is impossible to talk about culture and identity in a multiracial economic zone. This 600-million-dollar election ended with one more seat for Trudeau, and the country has never been so polarized. The low voter turnout seems to indicate that the average Canadian’s trust in the system is eroding, while the ”New Canadian” sees voting as an ethnic strategy. Considering this wasted opportunity, it is now safe to say that the tide has finally turned against the conservatives. What could help them? A strong New Democratic Party (far left), or a strong Bloc Québécois (civic nationalist, center-left), which hasn’t been the case for almost 10 years. The conservatives need strong third parties to win an election. Taking into account that Canada’s demographic change is the fastest in the world and that the big centers are already liberal strongholds, we may have passed the threshold of a thousand-year liberal reign. More than anything, the election was a referendum on Justin Trudeau, and had the positive effect of creating a preference cascade for many Canadians. More people than ever are against the system, whether they realize it or not.

**Fait Accompli; A thing accomplished and presumably irreversible.

An incomplete identity

Canada has always had an identity problem. It never stopped seeing itself as an extension of the British empire, which is not a bad thing in and of itself. By comparison to the other Ex-Anglo colonies, the main issue with Canada, even more than the French-Canadian population, is its proximity to the cultural steamroller that is the United States. Canada, the refuge of the loyalists, seems to have developed from its initial identity driven by its attitude towards its cousins of the south, resulting in a negative identity. However, you cannot achieve an ethnogenesis by simply negating your way out of everything, or you’ll end up with nothing. Without strong foundations, it is impossible to affirm ourselves as a people, and our enemies don’t hesitate to exploit that weakness. By visiting Toronto, you can easily get what the CN Tower represents nowadays: an icon for a rootless people, straight out of a dystopian movie. Even the brown hordes complement the vibe of the city, and appreciate that it looks like the universe of Blade Runner. The molding of the Post-National Canadian identity stems from this contradiction at the core of the nation. How many times have we heard Canadians describe themselves as “not American”? In the modern context, this dialectic is used to mold the public opinion. This is why Canada is considered to be the most liberal state in the world, while the United-States is supposedly the complete opposite. On the other side of the aisle, conservatives seem to love the US so much that it comes off as a disdain for their own country. Many go as far as calling our lands the colony of America, and would even like to be annexed. As a French-Canadian nationalist, this negation of identity disgusts me. I remember how my father used to tell me: “The US (États-Uniens) shouldn’t call themselves Americans. We are as American as them.” Self-affirmation is necessary. Starting off that point, we have to seize this opportunity, this void, to mold an identity for a vanguard, and some of it will eventually dripple into our folks’ consciousness, little by little. An identity is multilayered; you can start with being white nationalist, but it is also important to identify with your land, your ancestors and their unique struggles. A strong, self-affirming identity has to be reinforced in every aspect. This is also one of the best ways to fight against despair.  

An appeal for unity

It is known that most countries with two ethnic groups have trouble being united. Just look at Belgium, with its Flemish and French population, for example. Yes, on a micro scale, we are distinct peoples, but the struggle has also changed. The hordes that are tearing down our statues don’t differentiate between ethnic groups; they only see those monuments as symbols of the white race. The old nationalisms died after 1945, or arguably before. As Francis Parker Yockey said:
Both for material and spiritual reasons, nationalism of the 19th century type is dead. It is dead spiritually for the reason that Europe has reached in its Cultural development the stage of Imperium. Even if there were no such frightful outer threats as exists, this would still govern. But, in addition, the basis of the power of every one of the old Western nations has been destroyed. No single one has sufficient resources, spiritual or material, to engage in politics independently. Their only choice is to be vassals collectively, or to form a unity of Culture-State-Nation-Race-People. This creates automatically an economic-political-military unit. […] The former nations, the religions, the races, the classes ꟷ these are now the building blocks of the great Imperial structure which is founding itself. Local cultural, social, linguistic, differences remain ꟷ it is no necessity of the Imperium-idea that it annihilate its component Ideas, the collective products of a thousand years of Western history. On the contrary, it affirms them all, in a higher sense it perpetuates them all, they are in its service, and no longer in the center of History.

We cannot expect to outmaneuver by ourselves the organs of the mainstream media in hopes of changing the narrative. And even if a Québécois nationalist government could supplant the federal institutions and affirm its will to separate from the rest of the confederation, who would ally with us on the global scene? All of our so-called allies, that are currently occupied nations, would sanction us on every imaginable front. Intelligence services would foment trouble inside of our borders. In the current era, economic protectionism can only be limited, cannot be implemented quickly, and requires an active will of the people, a willingness to sacrifice. We are very far from that objective. These are reasons why we have to adapt to the present context. Separatism and white unity are not mutually exclusive. The struggle has to be waged on the entire North American territory, so why shouldn’t we unite with our neighbors if we share most of our ideals? To achieve something worthwhile, we have to join hands with like-minded brothers, and we need all of the help we can find. Québec nationalists seem to think that Anglo-Canadians are all on board with the ethnocide of the nation and that they viscerally hate French-Canadians, but they mostly get their information from the media and NGOs. These sources amount to asking the average Montréal urbanite what he thinks about national identity and immigration.

Race first, Brothers always.

See the next page to read this piece in its original form written in the authors native language.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *