Death of Gen. Montgomery

The Unveiling of Canadian History Vol 3: FORLORN HOPE – Quebec and Nova Scotia, and the War for Independence

We here at the Canadian Patriot project are proud to present the third installment of a work by historian Gerald Therrien which features a principled approach to Canadian history by doing what few other moderns historians have had the courage or intelligence to do… be truthful. This begins by recognizing that Canada’s existence is in truth…

China and Human Rights: Friend or Foe?

China: World’s Leading Defender of Human Rights?

By Kevin Kennedy  “Your question is full of prejudice against China and arrogance … I don’t know where that comes from. This is totally unacceptable,” Was part of the translated response of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, at a recent press conference with Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion, when an iPolitics reporter audaciously asked why…

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Remaining Awake Through A Great Revolution

By Christine Corey  “One of the greatest tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying. A persistent schizophrenia leaves so many of us tragically divided against ourselves. On the one hand, we proudly profess certain sublime and noble principles, but on the other hand, we…

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The De Gaulle-Johnson Intervention to Save the Soul of Quebec (and the world)

By a Canadian Patriot Investigative Team (Based on original research done by Raynald Rouleau in 2002 in l’Acropolis) Every revolutionary scientific discovery must necessarily throw into question our entire system of axioms which compose our scientific baggage. For example, had Kepler accepted the theory that pre-supposed the earth to be at the center of the Solar System…

A struggle between two identities

British Dictatorship or the American System Part 1: The Round Table Movement

By Matthew Ehret-Kump This report is the feature article in the Canadian Patriot #7 and is followed up by part two located here. Two systems are before the world; the one looks to increasing the proportion of persons and of capital engaged in trade and transportation, and therefore to diminishing the proportion engaged in producing commodities with which to…