We’re All MINORITY White South Africans, Now


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Today’s WORLD Population > 7,500,000,000 people
92
% are Black, Brown & Yellow peoples
8% are White

CANADA‘S Immigration Minister > Ahmed Hussen.

Race: BLACK — Birthplace: Mogadishu, SOMALIA — Religion: Muslim — Status: Refugee  (NO JOKE!)

 

Minority White South Africans Today, Western Nations Tomorrow

“All TRUTH passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident”.
Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher (1788 -1860)

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Today’s World Population > 7,500,000,000 people

92% are Black, Brown & Yellow peoples

8% are White

Canadian Nationalist Party

by Donald Doucette

I  would like to introduce Travis Patron the founder/ leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party.

Travis Patron

Born in Redvers, Saskatchewan Mr. Patron studied at the University of Saskatchewan where he earned a Bachelor of Commerce and Arts. At (age) 21 Mr. Patron cut his teeth into the crypto-currency world and founded his company Diginomics, which focuses on the once burgeoning and now booming crypto-currency market. At the age of 25, Travis founded the Canadian Nationalist Party which will be the topic of this interview.

Donald Doucette: What was the impetus for your founding of a nationalist party?

Travis Patron: I sensed there was a demand for a nationalist political narrative in Canada. I’ve always been one to challenge the status quo and I hate living by other people’s expectations, so it was a natural fit.

One of the biggest drivers for me was seeing how European Canadians have lost their sense of identity. Every other ethnic group promotes their interests and protects their traditions. European Canadians have been intimidated into thinking if they do the same …  it is somehow immoral.

I grew up in Saskatchewan. My entire childhood and early adult years were spent surrounded by people of the same lineage as me. When people of a different background would move into our communities, we would always welcome them. However, when I moved to Eastern Canada, and experienced Toronto and Montreal specifically, it became clear to me that this treatment was often a one-way street. Our culture, our laws, and our way of life have changed to appease (foreign) newcomers and they have no intention of returning the favor.   …con’t HERE.

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