Do Whites Have Rights? via Elliot Lake News

Do Whites Have Rights?.

Do Whites Have Rights?Jan
[Editor’s Note: The following snippet is taken from Pioneer Little Europe Blog located in Kalispell, Montana whose purpose is to draw attention to the concept of creating racially conscious White communities.]

Only Whites can NOT have a racial space of their own……..

Though having been aware of this for some time, I’ve recently noticed that several media stories have surfaced showing how different ethnic groups are allowed to have their own living space, schools and so forth without ending up on the cover of the SPLC Intelligence Report.

In Toronto, Canada they approved of a Black focused public school that features a curriculum and teaching environment oriented around Black history and culture.

Now, I don’t disagree with this approach. I believe in a racial soul that reflects the drastic differences in the art, music and religion of different peoples

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 13:40:05

    I really don’t think any of these writers have ever lived in rural America, whites have more rights when it comes to enforcing their rights. Whites are the majority of the US population, have no fear it will be a very long time before the brown man even comes close to the whites in population. 74 % white. The majority of Hispanics are white but they’re listed as part of the minority population.


    • The Conservative Hill Billy
      Jan 10, 2012 @ 13:48:51

      Wayne, every American has the same right thanks to the contitution. I think the point is, that when whites try to form groups that promote their heritage, it is seen as racist, while others are free to promote their culture,race, ect, even in the public school system.


  2. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 14:06:39

    I would think if they formed groups opposing groups formed by non whites and that is their agenda then of course they will say that. There are plenty of groups for whites such as the Norwegian clubs, the Scottish clubs and so forth, I think it is the message that is misunderstood.


  3. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 17:10:18

    Different states and local public schools do have those but it’s mostly on the East coast or up north, it depends upon the regional heritage. Pioneers day and others.. Columbus Day, Columbus was white, Presidents Day used to be all white presidents. Just look at the holidays and you’ll see just a couple of federal holidays for minorities. MLK Day and not for sure if there is a another holiday.

    Maybe you’re talking about the months such as black history month? never seen Mexican month, not for sure if your suggesting that the Federal Government should have white history month or not….


  4. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 17:11:15

    Maybe you can describe to me what your vision of White History month would be like?


  5. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 17:21:25

    Confederate History Month is a month annually designated by six state governments in the Southern United States for the purpose of recognizing and honoring the history of the Confederate States of America. April has traditionally been chosen, as Confederate Memorial Day falls during that month in many of these states.


  6. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 17:25:09

    White History Month
    This is not a group supporting racism or anything along those lines. We just believe that if one race gets a month why don’t we have the same rights. We are not a racist group! Join but do not pick fights or try to insult.


  7. curiousobserver95356
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 23:22:20

    Wayne, the US is going the way of Canada. I see it first-hand here working in social services for the province of British Columbia. I encounter so many foreigners who weren’t born in North America but can’t speak a lick of English. Small wonder why so many of them are on welfare. Welfare’s a big business up here – and in a province of just 4 1/2 million people. Canada, a nation of 34 million people, allows about 300,000 people a year into its country, many of whom can’t speak English. And don’t let the multicultural BS arguments fool you – French is hardly spoken in this country. English still reigns supreme – and rightly so. It’s too bad the US, much like Canada, doesn’t make literacy tests in English a prerequisite to gaining a permanent resident (green card) status in Canada.


  8. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 11, 2012 @ 20:28:45

    CO,They need to learn some basic English no matter what. I don’t know much Spanish myself but if I had to I could learn the basics in a week or even a month.

    My understanding is that Canada has a lot of Asian Immigrants, you would think with the difficult language they speak that English would be really simple to them.

    I worked with a lot of Asian immigrants and Americans, seems to me they mastered the basic English language really easy.

    I thought half the population spoke French, like in Ontario and Quebec and that region, never knew any different. How about the American Indians in Canada, is the Canadian govt. still trying to take the logging rights away?”


    • curiousobserver95356
      Jan 12, 2012 @ 12:13:05

      Wayne, great to hear from you. I work with immigrants to Canada day in, day out. Too many of them seek welfare, bottom line. And the Canadian government has no type of litmus test for entering the country in terms of being able to speak one of the two national languages. True, in Quebec and near Ottawa (right on the border with Quebec), French is spoken. But get outside of East Ontario, the province, Quebec, and the Eastern seaboard, and French is almost never spoken.

      My point all along is that the Canadian government, similar to the US, lets in far too many people who can’t speak English. Guess what happens? When these people try to get a job, unless it’s a Chinese speaking company (and there are some south of Vancouver in a city called Richmond, BC, google it please), you’re not going to get very far in life. Granted, your school-aged kids might learn English and French from the school system, but what about the parents?

      Up here in British Columbia, there are 3 types of welfare for the general public available through the province: 1. Income Assistance – Employable. This gives you $610 per month. It’s for people who are able to work but can’t find work. 2. Income Assistance – People with Persistent Multiple Barriers, this is about $750 per month. 3. Income Assistance – Persons with Disabilities (PWD). This is about $906 to $946 per month. I know that tens of people are on welfare up here. In fact, there’s a state legislator up here in Surrey who’s doing a publicity stunt saying he’ll live on $610 per month. Well, that’s great and all, but to raise the $610 per month by even 10% for all the people on it, it’d cost the province about $120 million.

      I have sympathy and compassion for people who are genuinely disabled, but not for people who refuse to work, say they can’t find work (really? There’s not a fast food restaurant that won’t hire them? Really?), or just find that the welfare system pays them more money than trying to find work.

      And don’t forget, their Medical Service Plans (MSP) plans are often free. They also get something called a BC GST (Goods and Service Tax) rebate that comes out to about $100 per month. And if you have two children and you’re low income, you get $296 per month in something called the Child Tax Credit. See why people want to live in Canada, Wayne? It’s a very generous welfare system.

      Don’t get me started on the whole 65+ system as well. We have things called Old Age Security (similar to Social Security), Guaranteed Income Supplement, etc. If you live in Canada for the full 40 years, you get $544 per month starting at 65. If you’re absolutely broke, you may also qualify for something called Guaranteed Income Supplement. That can often boost very needy seniors’ income up to about $1000-$1200 per month. In a way, the Canadian government rewards people who have never saved up. Just go broke, and the government will come bail you out.

      As for the logging rights of First Nations/aboriginal types, I just get tired of the aboriginals always wanting a handout from the province or feds. They have super high rates of suicide, unemployment, depression, isolation, and very low rates of educational attainment and success. They’re a cash pit for the province – when you invest in these First Nations groups, don’t expect to see any type of return on investment.


  9. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 12, 2012 @ 12:44:02

    co,Canada is a socialist government and that is a draw for immigrants to move there, I always assumed Canada was a wealthy nation with all of the natural resources.

    As far as the American Indians that sounds more like a mismanagement of funds rather than a waste of funds for the tribes. The basics of the treaties negotiated is to give them sovereign rights in doing that this allows the Nations to pay for their own care through taxation within their own government population. Also tribal lands have lots of natural resources such as natural gas,oil,lumber,cattle..etc, Royalties should be going to the tribes. As far as suicide,depression and all that you have mentioned, how much different is that from the rest of the Canadian population?

    According to the Council on Foreign Relations they were setting up shared resources with Mexico and the United States so that all Social Security would be shared between these three nations, so if one moves to Canada from the USA or Mexico their Social Security follows them, has that happened in Canada yet?


  10. Mimereader2
    Jan 13, 2012 @ 08:01:34

    Check out the free 86 page download of the ‘Pioneer Little Europe Prospectus’ by H. Michael; especially the 2012 edition. There’s not a word of hate in it, but it is quite straighforward about how a long time campaign of non-community for Whites – from the federal government and establishment media – is creating a new type of angry White person who’s capable of bringing the whirlwind.


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