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Monday, July 18, 2005

Was Enoch Powell right, er, correct?

See here, at Burkean Canuck.

Posted by Russ Kuykendall on July 18, 2005 | Permalink

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Of course Powell was correct Mr. K. His prescience goes further than just a fear of non-integration by vismin immigrants to the UK, but a vision of the extinction of the British people.

"It is like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre."

Bisoondath builds nothing but an edifice of anti-white sentiment. His initial premise is false. Early Cdn immigration policy violated individual human rights, and is therefore immoral a priori. However, it discounts the premise of collective rights.

"The term collective rights refers to the putative rights of peoples to be protected from attacks on their group identity and group interests. The most important such collective right is often said to be the right of self-determination."

'Selling Illusions' is the outline of a logical fallacy built upon the destructive notions of liberalism. Thus if a people have the right to protect their group identity and interests, which Powell suggests, and even if the Filipinos who attend your church are good people, Canada has no moral obligation to accept them.

Posted by: DJ | 2005-07-19 12:23:05 AM



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