Part 1: A Nightmare
The hourly Muslim-prayer plays over the loudspeaker as I walk past the boiled-dog restaurant and the government brothel. It is a blustering winter afternoon. I look up in relief as I see the sign “Scheffer’s Soy House.” Eagerly, I press the open-door button, looking forward to escaping the freezing winds, but the door doesn’t open. I guess the mechanism still hasn’t been fixed. I knock on the window. Looking annoyed a Somali-Canadian woman pushes open the door. “C’mon now.” She says as I squeeze past her and into the soy-house. With no little effort she pulls the door closed and hovers over to my table as I sit down. “Vaxx-proof?” I pull up my sleeve and raise my arm to her, she waves her smartwand over my wrist. Everything checks out, I am on my 68th vaccination. The lady glides off in her hover-shoes without saying a word. Restaurants have changed a lot since I was a lad. Restaurant-comrades used to be called “servers” and they would take your order right away. That practiced was banned years ago in Trudeau’s 7th term. The term “serve” has been designated as too patriarchal and its use is banned in all public services. Now you have to wait until the restaurant-comrade is ready to accommodate your consumption privileges. Such is life in Canada 2060.
I know I will be waiting a while. Somewhat defiantly, I am wearing my red plaid jacket today. It is considered poor taste for white people to wear clothing that can be construed to symbolize the original “white supremacist” Canada. She might not come back to my table at all. I anticipated this, so I make my way to the Myer’s soy-drink vending machine. Much to my chagrin, the machine only has two flavours left, Non-binary Semen or Electro-Cannabis. I let out a sigh of despair. What I really want is a coffee with a bit of cream in it, but coffee beans were banned years ago due ethical concerns and cows were exterminated to deal with the climate crisis. I can hear the restaurant-comrade bathing her gaggle of children in dishwasher area, so I know I won’t be getting any consumption privileges today. I brace myself for the cold and push the door open. As I push it closed, I hear someone yelling about micro-aggressions in Canada 17th official language-Somali-Creole. I’m sure that’s going to cost me a few life-credits. Oh well, might as well go back home to my pod and masturbate to some CBC.
I trudged on down the snowy sidewalk when I saw something I had not seen since my childhood. There they were, holding hands, standing tall and proud, a white Canadian couple. They were beside an old-fashioned pick-up truck. “Hey! I like your jacket.” The man yelled as he waved me over to him. It was exhilarating to be in their presence. We spoke at length. I could have talked to them for days, like being reunited with a close family member. They lived out in the barren lands beyond the city gates. They were allowed into the city to sell bush meat and tobacco by special permission of the local First Nations. Both are illegal to possess in Canada, but Canadian law does not apply First Nations anymore thanks to UNDRIP. The buyer they were supposed to meet was a few hours late. “Indian time” the man joked.
They invited me into their truck for a warm-up. The three of us sat in the front seat, me beside the woman. She smelled beautiful, no cannabis or lube aroma at all. She reached under the seat and pulled out a thermos. “Coffee?” she asked smiling. I tried to hold it in, I was so embarrassed, but I started bawling. She was unfazed. She rubbed my back and handed me a steaming cup of coffee. I had never been so overjoyed and so melancholy at the same time. I had forgotten the simple joy of being around my people and it made me realize how much I have lost! Shakily, I took the coffee.
Soon a pink electric hover-car came up beside the truck, both vehicles rolled down their windows. Vaporized pot smoke billowed out of the pink car. When it cleared, we could make out an obese transgendered First Nation person, “You got the stuff?” it asked indolently. The man in the truck nodded.
As I wiped away my tears and opened the truck door, the man said “You don’t have to live like this. We have territory where we are free. If you are brave enough, if you have the will, when you are ready, come find us.” He handed me a card. I stepped out into the street. As they drove off the woman leaned out, “Someday we are going to take our country back.” She smiled, honest and sympathetically. I felt warm all over.
I ran to the only place where the government doesn’t monitor internet usage, the government pedophile building. After I wiped everything down, I sat at the computer and pulled out the card. In big red letters it said CEC-the Council of European-Canadians. I typed in the web address. Here is one of the older articles I found:
Part 2: A New Homeland: Taking Over Local Governments
A curious aspect of the dissident right in Canada is that there is a lot of theorizing about what we need to do, but not a lot of thought goes into how we are to go about doing it. We know what the problems are, but not how do we solve them. This is due in part to the scale of the problem. The Great Replacement, the native rights agenda, vaxx-mandates, the feminizing of masculinity, these huge issues are all coming at us at once and this makes it difficult to break things down into smaller pieces that we can manage. As well, we feel like we are in a race against time; if we don’t come up with the big solution right away, all will be lost anyway. Many of us think we’ve lost already.
For my part, I want to think more about what we can control. Inevitably, we EuroCanadians will be a minority in the country we built pretty soon. Huge changes are going to happen to our ways of life as demographic replacement influences public policies via democratic processes. Less freedom, less money, less white. More noise, more corruption, more immigrants. As a people, we have brought this on ourselves. I am as culpable as anyone.
Despite these inevitabilities, if we are proactive and break down our challenges into smaller pieces, there are a lot of parts of our heritage we can preserve.
In this spirit, I want to build off Riley Donovan’s stupendous article, “The Future of EuroCanadians Is In The Countryside,” and discuss the value of working to take over smaller municipal-level governments in rural areas of Canada. This is not a discussion about starting whites-only farming communes or starting new ethno-states. The idea is to use the existing political-legal framework we are currently in to shore up money, power and resources, so that we can grow our movement and build out from where we are. To grow a movement and take over a region of Canada starting from a bottom-up grassroots strategy. From here we will take other regions. I will call this the regional approach. I envision a Canada where multiple white regions within Canada act as a political bloc working to protect the interests of EuroCanadians. These regions will become rich and powerful and will end up de facto ruling Canada.
For this discussion I will take a closer look and do a profile on two regions within Canada that would be good candidates for starting the regional approach. There are other areas of Canada where a similar analysis can be applied. They are indicative of other regions within Canada. Before that I will endeavour to further explain my regional approach.
A broad strokes summary of the regional approach is that we find an agreeable region of Canada that is still conservative, mostly white, and has a small population. A substantial cadre of pioneering dissident EuroCanadians move to the area and establish themselves. In a few years we begin running candidates in the county/municipal elections. If we work hard, we could have the majority of the council seats in just a few years.
Oh, I can feel the Wojack meme faces contorting in disbelief “That’s it? Run a county or municipality? What a waste of time! We just gotta make the immigrants disappear!” Simmer down lads. Many counties/municipalities have a lot of money and resources at their disposal. Those are two things we really need to acquire if we ever want to move past artfully complaining. Municipalities run museums, campgrounds, have control over massive resource developments, own large office spaces, get to choose how to spend cultural heritage grants, can declare organizations tax-exempt, the list goes on for a while. Why do you think that so many bourgeois douchebags run for council? It gives them access to power. Many immigrant communities within North America make concerted efforts to control, or at least influence, municipal governments. Why? Money, power, resources. While we complain, they organize. Its working out great for them might I add.
So, we run a county with an explicitly pro-white Agenda. People might hate us, but they can’t stop us. We are smart, so we do things nice and legal. As the Great Replacement continues, more and more EuroCanadians become disaffected, they will start seeking alternatives. They heard about the “evil white supremacist” county on the news and start looking into it. They find out the obvious, the county is full of self-respecting white folk that know how to efficiently manage municipal affairs. Time and money is not being wasted on the rainbow agenda. They see an alternative to their post-Canada urban malaise and move out to our bustling, pro-white, pro-family, pro business county.
Eventually it will be time to take over other counties and municipalities. Good thing we used part of the county budget to hire a museum director that is also a pro-white political activist. He made good use of his office space and the resources that we supplied him with and came up with a five-year plan for taking over the neighboring county’s council chambers. Five years later we run the neighboring county. Time to paint over that pride flag mural on the county library, no more land acknowledgements before council meetings, they want to build a mosque over there-not gonna happen. Real Canadian content only.
Wow, now we manage an area the size of small country and we have enough political power that we are able to influence the mid-sized urban center that our counties surround. They were going to participate in a refugee re-settlement program, but we told them that if they did that, we wouldn’t allow them to build the bridge that they need to expand their lumber mill. Part of the proposed bridge is on county land.
Over time the region becomes more attractive to EuroCanadians. In ever greater numbers, they migrate to our region until we are ready to take over the city that our counties surround. Now we have the resources to appoint a full-time heritage minister. That person is also a pro-white political activist. One of their mandates is to find the next region for us to reclaim and uplift.
Most importantly of all, the spirit of white identity needs to have a place where it can feel free and flourish. In not too long, millions of EuroCanadians are going to start to realize they are under attack. When the diversity regime starts baring its teeth and Canada goes full South Africa, part of this process will be to make EuroCanadians feel hopeless, that they have no choice but to become absorbed into the oppressive miasma that Canada will become. Resistance is futile whitey! EuroCanadians suffering under this oppression will need to know that they can go somewhere and be themselves, even for a little while.
Our region will also be a place where dissident thinkers can meet up and work in peace. Perhaps we could put together a grant for a publishing house. Or have an annual CEC conference at the local saloon.
Anyways, enough theoretical fantasizing, time to look at some data.
Conservatives 43%-11,103 votes / NDP 30%-7802 votes / Liberals 20%-1625 votes / PPC 6%-1625 votes
White Canadian 76.3%-11,285ppl Native 21.3%- 3,150ppl POC 2.4%-355ppl
2018 Municipal election Results:
Mayor Dan Reynard won 92% – 4,729 votes
Challenger 7.7% – 395 votes
Council member #1: 3,394 votes Council member #4: 2,628 votes
Council member #2: 2,781 votes Council member #5: 2,615 votes
Council member #3: 2,721 votes Council member #6: 2,435 votes
Looking at votes for the last four city councillors we could take the majority on city council with four candidates getting around 2700 votes each. That’s about 18% of the population. If we were to add an influx of pro-white dissidents of 1500 (who would know to vote for our candidates), we would only need 8% of the population to vote for our candidates to take the majority on the Kenora city council.
Pros: Lots of jobs, reasonable property prices, nice area, very blue collar, classic EuroCanadian hoser town. White residents are probably aware of native agenda bullshit—might be more open to a race-realist point of view, small college campus, fairly conservative with a decent PPC presence; Chris Pronger is from here, barely any POCs (mostly Filipinos).
Cons: Pretty remote, not a lot of homes for sale right now, native bullshit, very little agricultural land
Fun Fact: Kenora Thistles won the Stanley Cup in 1907
Kenora is a town that still has that old stock Canadian charm. Imagine if we could preserve its integrity during the dark days ahead. Its an older little city with a good amount of infrastructure that EuroCanadian dissidents could utilize to fight the good fight. Kenora also seems like a place where a politically minded activist could stay under the radar and operate without worrying harassment from weirdo progressives.
The important take away here is that Canada has lots of good little spots like Kenora that have municipal governments that we can heavily influence or take over entirely within a decade or so if we have the will.
Greenview County Municipality, Alberta
2021 Federal Election Results:
Conservatives 68%- 36,360 votes / NDP 12%- 6,462votes / PPC 10%-5,442 votes
2021 Municipal/County Election Results
Ward#- Acclimation Ward#2: 71votes Ward#3: 157votes Ward#4: 98votes
Ward#5: 133votes Ward#6: 185votes Ward#7: Acclimation Ward#8: 203votes
Total population approx. 6000ppl
A few hundred dissident right EuroCanadians placed strategically could politically dominate this county within a decade. Getting to know the folks in the region last winter, they are definitely open to some radical political ideas
I went through this region last winter and there are a lot natural resources and a lot of money. After doing some research into the area I found that new projects are initiated almost daily. There is a 2+billion dollar methanol plant going in soon. The county borders a bustling resource town called “Grande Prairie” of about 70,000ppl with all the services including a good-sized regional college. The county has massive amounts of farmland, oil & gas, forestry, freshwater, wild game, beautiful nature.
I will add that the federal electoral district north of Greenview County, Peace River-Westlock District, is the only place in Canada where the PPC placed second in voting with 13% (Conservatives 63%). So really, the whole northwest region of Alberta would be an excellent place to develop a dissident right political movement. If Maxime Bernier was smart he would run in this region, or find a star candidate for the area.
Overall, this county/municipality, or something just like it, is one of the best places in Canada to initiate a Country Strategy/regional approach. Alberta on a whole is still pretty white compared to most other Canadian provinces, especially for “have” provinces. Whites are probably a minority now in BC for example. It is a region where we could allocate resources to growing our movement and the population would be very receptive to it.
Pros: Lots of good paying jobs, lots of property for sale (including farmland), reasonable property prices, lots of services, well-maintained roads, very conservative (78% of the federal vote went to conservative parties). The county takes in a lot cash and has a big budget to utilize; Bighorn sheep hunting, Albertans.
Cons: Cold weather in the winter, pretty remote, Albertans.
Fun Fact: Greenview is Alberta’s largest municipality at 32,984 square KMs
After reading Mr. Donovan’s countryside article, some readers mentioned that it was foolish for EuroCanadians to give up living in some of the better parts of Canada to eke out an existence in the boonies. While Donovan never stated that we should all move to Nunavut in his article, it is a good point. We will also need a “City Strategy”. We should not just give up all the infrastructure we and our ancestors built to a bunch of ingrates. But I do think the key to developing a sustainable city strategy begins in the countryside with a regional approach. Right now the pro-white dissident right in Canada consists of a few burning twigs scattered across this huge country. We need to bring these twigs together and start a fire that can’t be put out with just the stomping of a boot. Building that fire will take time and is best nurtured away from prying eyes. When the fire is strong enough, it will be ready to spread. Shoring up power in the countryside away, from centers of power, has been a tool of dissident political movements for millennia.
We will need to spread the movement so we do not become the Kulaks of Canada, brave freedom-lovers starved to death while the world looks the other way. We’ll need to make ourselves an undeniable presence all over Canada. The regional approach is meant to be used in every part of this country where it is viable. It is also meant to be just one part of a multi-faceted strategy. In no way am I arguing that the regional approach is our only path to victory, rather, it is just one piece to the puzzle
I think that it will take a couple of decades before a substantial number of normie EuroCanadians will awake from their materialistic haze and realize they’re being led into the abattoir. The regime’s use of propaganda, materialism and hedonism is a powerful drug and most EuroCanadians are okay with the status-quo as long as they can get their giant TVs and shiny new cars, but as time goes on they’ll feel the walls closing in. They will look for an escape. I want to have a plan ready for them.
In a way, the countryside strategy is already happening. Pejoratively, they call it white flight. I lived in a place where thousands of urban refugees would come every summer. I would field hundreds of real-estate queries. They sometimes wouldn’t say it outright, but they were all looking to escape urban diversity. They wanted to live like they and their ancestors did: not feeling overwhelmed immigrants, not worrying about offending some ingrate by saying the wrong thing, feeling kinship with their neighbors. For those of us that understand the real estate market in Canada, it is clear that a major contributor to the housing bubble is retiring boomers selling their urban homes so they can slink off into the countryside and escape diversity. The trick is figuring out how to harness that energy towards a long-term pro-white agenda.
I will conclude by noting that my research and thinking into the regional approach leaves me with the stark realization of how difficult it would be to actually pull something like this off. But I am a descendent of the Canadian settlers, facing difficult challenges and solving difficult problems is what we do. I will honor my ancestors and fight for my descendants, ‘cause I ain’t no cuck-ass pussy.