Episode 27 of my podcast with Kevin Steel is now posted here
(with links). In Part 1, we discuss the Republican nomination battle after Super Tuesday but before Super Saturday (which didn’t change much). Primary voters have roundly rejected Classic Bush (AKA Marco Rubio), just as they had earlier rejected New Bush (AKA Jeb!). Ted Cruz, who’s Canadian like me, has become the candidate of the 160-proof Strict Constitutionalists, while Donald Trump, the frontrunner (and how strange it is to type that), represents pure poison and is a serious threat to peace and prosperity. Or so the media, the GOPe and the neocons would have us believe.
Even since Trump announced his Presidential campaign last June, he has been subjected by the usual suspects to the usual slurs leveled at patriot politicians. Lately, his opponents have gone after Trump’s working-class supporters, a tactic which makes their repeated hosannas for “democracy” sound rather hollow. For eight months, Trump had made short work of his critics. Last month, however, he made a serious error by disavowing the supposed endorsement of David Duke, erstwhile leader of the Ku Klux Klan, an organization that has been directed by FBI informants for decades. Having secured a foothold, the media then proceeded to demand further disavowals on the hour. Trump would have been wise to take the advice of Vox Day: Never apologize. As the author of SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down The Thought Police
points out, disavowals are pointless because they are endorsing you; you are not endorsing them
I found myself in a similar situation in 2000, when the lawyer for B’nai Brith attempted to disqualify me as an expert witness before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (where I pleaded in vain for free speech) by noting that some of my columns had been reprinted by hate-figure David Irving. I responded that I took no view on the republication of my work because there was nothing I could do about it. There was no answer to that, and I was duly accredited. This quixotic gesture finished me off as a journalist in Canada, but that’s another story.
In Part 2, we discuss the plethora of “hate crimes” that has plagued Canada since the election of New Obama (AKA Justin Trudeau) and his settlement of 25,000 Syrian refugees. These alleged crimes are highly convenient to our new regime, especially as our authorities are usually loath to investigate them properly, and our media will always ignore the obvious holes in so many of these tales.
Finally, we examine the curious case of Scaachi Koul, a young Canadian media star of Indian (dot, not feather) origin who was “harassed off Twitter” last month. There is no evidence for this claim, and my examination of her career has revealed that the quickest way to becoming a CBC mainstay is to profess a loathing of white men and all their works.