Principles of Good Governance

Published by under Governance,Personalism

Service and support for the individual persons in the community is the core concern of good governance. Its underlying principles include limited government, low taxes, personal responsibility, rational self-interest, property rights, natural rights, civil liberties, individual freedom, equality under the law, market enterprise, free trade domestically and internationally, service and support for individual enterprise, help for those in need and freedom of religion, speech, press, and assembly. Its primary thrust is to equip and enable free people to get on with their daily lives and pursue their dreams and goals to the extent of their abilities and ambitions thereby enriching the entire community.

These were the  core principles of classical, nineteenth century liberalism. Contemporary Liberal/Democratic parties have abandoned classical liberal principles in their obscene lust for political power. Personalism is the direct descendent of classical liberalism.


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Define Various Types of Governance


Published by under Education,Global Warming

The “Global Warming/Climate Change” movement is the most colossal fraud in history. Existing facts prove the case.

1.The “Greenhouse Effect” of the atmosphere enables all life on earth – animal and vegetable. Continue Reading »


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“Climate Change catastrophism is the biggest scientific fraud that has ever occurred.”

(Ian Plimer, emiritus professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, professor of Mining Geology at the University of Adelaide and author of “Not For Greens” (2014).)

“Future generations will wonder in bemused amazement that the early twenty-first century’s developed world went into hysterical panic over a globally averaged temperature increase of a few tenths of a degree, and, on the basis of gross exaggerations of highly uncertain computer projections combined into implausible chains of inference, proceeded to contemplate a roll-back of the industrial age.” Continue Reading »


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“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy.” Sir Winston S. Churchill.

It should be pointed out that Italy’s Fascist Party was formed by the radical socialist, Mussolini. He copied the radical socialist leader of Russia’s Democratic Socialist Worker’ Party, Lenin. The policies and practices of Hitler’s National Socialist German Workers’ Party were a straight lift from the Communist and Fascist socialist parties. Regardless of the party name – Communist, Fascist, National Socialist, Khmer Rouge, Pathet Lao, Viet Minh, Shining Path, FARC etc. – all were single-party dictatorships founded by radical socialists. Continue Reading »

Howard Roark’s Testimony (Abridged & Modified)

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“Man cannot survive except through his mind. He comes on earth unarmed. His brain is his only weapon. Animals obtain food by force. Man has no claws, no fangs, no horns, no great strength of muscle. He must plant his food or hunt it. To plant, he needs a process of thought. To hunt, he needs weapons, and to make weapons – a process of thought. From this simplest necessity to the highest religious abstraction, from the wheel to the skyscraper, everything we are and everything we have comes from a single attribute – the function of a reasoning mind. Continue Reading »


Published by under Canadians,Justice

It’s sad to see how far down the diversity rabbit hole we’ve been driven. Diversity – Division – Divide. Since we lived in caves, establishment elites have used tribalism, class and religion to divide and control their subject populations.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. got it right – people should be judged by their character. He could have substituted mother tongue or country of birth or education, age, gender, occupation, income or any other of the dozens of components of an individual besides skin colour. Character is determined by words and deeds, actions not ancestry, performance not appearance. Continue Reading »


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The government, education and business elites foisted the entire humbuggery of the multi-cult mosaic on the Canadian people. It’s that most ancient tactic of ruling/ controlling people by dividing them.

A mosaic is made of pieces of coloured glass or tile fixed in place and separated from each other by cement.

I think most Canadians would like Canada to be like a symphony orchestra in which people from all sorts of backgrounds, playing a wide variety of instruments, produce the glorious sound of a masterpiece. Continue Reading »

Racist Folly

Published by under Race,Uncategorized

Individuals or organizations that hurl accusations of racism are either woefully ignorant or willfully wicked.

The structural, genetic and organic characteristics of a person from Toledo or Tokyo are identical. Observable physical differences among people are cosmetic. Our hair shape, eye shape, nose shape, lip shape and skin colour are simply a function of the different environments in which our remote ancestors lived for many generations. At one time, we probably all looked like Australian aborigines do today. Continue Reading »

Stop Them

Published by under Global Warming


In recent months, we’ve been bombarded by a fresh onslaught of dire predictions by desperate Climate Change Swindlers. We’re being told that we’re all going to die from flooding or drought or storm or heat or starvation unless we stop burning fossil fuels and putting carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

This despite the fact that the world has been in a short term cool PHASE since 2002, the arctic sea ice regained its former (1979) high extent in winter 2012/13, and the antarctic sea ice had doubled in extent in its winter of 2013. (Remember the shipload of “warmists” who sailed into the antarctic waters the Swindlers had told them would be open and had to be rescued by helicopter because their ship and two rescue vessels got stuck in the ice.) Continue Reading »

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