There was a time in the United States when people depended on their neighbors and those neighbors depended on them. That was when the county was 90 percent white. You can't have an Ozzie and Harriet society and diversity. In America, the government has to step in when there's a crisis because so many people can't count on neighbors.
With US President Donald Trump trying to stop 3M from sending N95 masks to Canada - despite the fact that Canada manufactures much of the pulp used for those masks - Canada is receiving yet another reminder that we need stronger domestic manufacturing and self-sufficiency.
The corrupt political class has ensured that we are weak, desperate, and reliant on foreign countries at the hour of greatest need.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that It is time we, as Canadians citizens, pressure our traitorous, globalist politicians to promote and support the "Buy Canadian" movement.
The fundamental fact is that European man both at home and in the diaspora is in a life or death struggle for survival. Our numbers are dwindling, our hostile elite is replacing us with hostile foreigners, anti-white propaganda is ubiquitous in the mass media and academia, interracial propaganda is everywhere urging us to marry out so as to destroy...
Parliament yesterday passed a bill granting cabinet emergency powers to nationalize private financial institutions. Canada has not seen a bank run since the 1985 recession in Alberta: "We unfortunately do not know either the depth or the duration of this challenge."
In a socialist economy, the rich are pulled down to the level of the poor so that everyone is the same. Politicians and government officials become the new elite, and the free enterprise engine of wealth creation is shut down. In a socialist society there are only two classes, the rulers and the ruled.
We are in the middle of a global transformation, the painful construction of a global market economy. In the initial period dominated by financiers and rent-seekers, a new global class has taken shape: the precariat.
The Ford government's decision to privatize employment services for ODSP recipients in several Ontario regions is a threat to disability rights that must be reversed. -- Joel Harden
The 2019 child-poverty rate in Canada was little changed at 8.2 per cent. Still, the agency said 566,000 children are today living in poverty in Canada.