The New Faces of Fascism

Today, in a decision that will live in infamy in Canadian history and will puzzle historians for generations to come, the City of Victoria voted 7-1 to remove the statue of Sir John A. MacDonald, Canada's founding father, from City Hall.

The decision to erase Canadian history and thus, engage in cultural genocide against those Europeans who built this country was taken, the irony, under the excuse that  Sir John A. MacDonald represents... "cultural genocide"! 

This latest demonstration of bigotry and intolerance against white Canadians by a feminized regressive liberal council driven by emotions and a culture of offense and political correctness is not different from the destruction of cultural and historical artifacts by DAESH (known in North America as ISIS or Islamic State), or the burning of books by the Nazis during the Third Reich.

Tolerance and reconciliation cannot possibly and reasonably be promoted through intolerance and fascism, and "cultural genocide" against First Nations cannot be addressed by engaging in cultural genocide against white Canadians.

White Canadians will not stand for liberal revisionism or for the annihilation of their culture and glorious pioneer history in Canada, no matter what excuses Victoria City Council and mayor - the new faces of fascism in Canada- will come up with.

White Canadians are to reject so-called reconciliation if it is at a cost of their own culture, heritage, and history. 

 Victoria City Councillors who voted to erase history and remove a statue of Canada's founding father, clockwise from top left: Margaret Lucas, Jeremy Loveday, Pamela Madoff, Charlayne Tomton-Joe, Chris Coleman, Ben Isitt, Marianne Alto, and of course, Mayor Lisa Helps. Photo Credit: City of Victoria

Victoria City Councillors who voted to erase history and remove a statue of Canada's founding father, clockwise from top left: Margaret Lucas, Jeremy Loveday, Pamela Madoff, Charlayne Tomton-Joe, Chris Coleman, Ben Isitt, Marianne Alto, and of course, Mayor Lisa Helps. Photo Credit: City of Victoria

Christopher Bjørnsen

Tromsø, Norway