Racist Platform of the Canadian Nationalist Party

The leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP), Travis Patron, has been charged with "wilful promotion of hate," for a video he made warning against the "Parasitic Tribe." Zionist organizations lodged the complaint that the expression is anti-Semitic while the Nationalist Party claims it is in fact Biblical. Based on the CNP's program, literature and actions, there is no doubt of the party's racism. However, on what grounds is it to be outlawed when the party cites not only the Christian Bible but Canadian Prime Ministers Sir John A. Macdonald and Mackenzie King as mentors and ideologues for its program?

In the video Beware the Parasitic Tribe, Patron quotes from the Bible, Book of Revelations, chapter 3 verse 9: "Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie." The Zionists claim this is anti-Semitic because, they say, it equates Judaism with the synagogue of Satan. Biblical scholars, however, explain Revelations 3:9 quite differently. According to them, the quote is taken from a letter allegedly from Jesus to his followers, acknowledging their faith in the face of persecution. Jesus was a Jew, they say. He was not anti-Semitic. "Synagogue of Satan" they say refers to those who were persecuting the church of Jesus who called themselves Jews but who were not following the ways of Judaism.

Reports indicate that it is widely accepted by Biblical scholars that those who wish to use the verse to justify hatred against all Jews are misrepresenting its intent, and are ignorant of the Biblical context and the fact that Jesus and the putative authors of Revelations were Jews. This logic applies to anti-Semites and Zionists alike so why has the matter been taken up by the political police?

The CNP was founded by Patron in June 2017 and officially registered with Elections Canada in 2019. Its official short name is the Nationalist Party, not to be confused with the Nationalist Party of Canada, formed in 1977 by neo-Nazi Don Andrews but never formally registered with Elections Canada.

The first action of Patron's party was an August 2017 rally in Toronto. It was organized to coincide with the convergence of U.S. neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan (KKK) organizations in Charlottesville, Virginia, an event where 32-year-old Heather Heyer was run over and killed in cold blood by a racist as she protested against the gathering.

Every attempt of the CNP to promote racism and all forms of hate, from that initial 2017 Toronto rally onward, has been militantly opposed, not by the Zionists, but by Canadian youth because its program is anti-worker and racist to the core. It calls for a return to the racist Immigration Act of 1952; repeal of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and the Employment Equity Act; withdrawal from the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees that Canada signed in 1969, and more. Party literature and its immigration platform take their  inspiration from William Lyon Mackenzie King, who is quoted speaking in the House of Commons in 1957 saying: "The people of Canada do not wish as a result of mass immigration to make a fundamental alteration in the character of our population."

They also quote Sir John A. Macdonald, from an 1885 House of Commons Debate saying: "The truth is, that all natural history, all ethnology, shows that, while the crosses of the Aryan races are successful -- while a mixture of those races which are known or believed to spring from a common origin is more or less successful -- they will amalgamate. If you look around the world you will see that the Aryan races will not wholesomely amalgamate with the Africans or the Asiatics."

Macdonald is also quoted in Nationalist Party literature speaking about the legal status of Chinese immigrants who built the railway: "We are in the course of progress; this country is going on and developing, and we will have plenty of labour of our own kindred races, without introducing this element of a mongrel race to disturb the labour market, and certainly we ought not allow them to share the government of the country."

The charges laid against the leader of the CNP could rightly be laid against the Canadian state, officials and apologists as well as its most iconic leaders from its inception. Macdonald's sentiments against Chinese migrants are easily recognizable in the refusal of the federal government today to provide status for all migrant workers and students whose work is essential and who contribute tremendously to our present-day economy. What then are the government, the cartel parties and the political police up to?

According to past practice and the modus operandi of the Liberal Party and its allies since the Second World War, you release a test balloon to see if it flies. If there is protest, come through with a "moderate" version of the same balloon and voilà, mission accomplished. Another version of this modus operandi is to first attack Nazis and neo-Nazis, let them off scot-free but then apply the accusations, crime and punishment against the people's forces.

The other shoe will drop soon enough. It always does.

This article was published in

Volume 51 Number 6 - February 28, 2021

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