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The new edition has gone to press

The new edition has gone to press

Woke jihadists beware! Our 22nd issue, Vol. 11 No. 2, has just gone to press. Contents for THE DORCHESTER REVIEW Autumn-Winter 2021: WEEKEND MAGAZINEThe Gunpowder Plot of 1966 by Barry K. Wilson COLUMN1619 & the Canadian Left by F. H. BuckleyLETTER FROM AUSTRALIAKeeping a Safe Distance by Gregory MelleuishDELENDA ESTThe AUKUS Surprise by Col. J. Paul de B. Taillon & Dr. James FinanREAPPRAISALSOf ‘Obnoxious’ historians & the Godless Profession by Matthew NeufeldTHE SHAKEDOWNFiscal Explosion by Thomas FlanaganThe DOMINIONOntario’s Empire by Graeme ThompsonPrize Money by Alastair SweenyCanada without the Indian Act by Joseph QuesnelESSAYLiving in Truth by John Pepall
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China's History as Destiny

China's History as Destiny

By Charles Burton. Xi Jinping's efforts to revitalize Communist Party rule and stave off decay rely on reinforcing strictly Leninist political structures, terror — and lies about China's Official History. From our archives.

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First Nations & Their Slaves

First Nations & Their Slaves

Mark Milke describes Indigenous slave-holding in the Pacific Northwest and the largely Christian-driven movement for abolition -- even as the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, B.C. moves to "decolonize" exhibits in the name of "reconciliation." Slavery in the Pacific Northwest IN THE LUSH rainforests of the upper and isolated inlets and interior of the Pacific Northwest and Canada’s West Coast, the moral stain common to the rest of humanity – Slavery – was also present. “Slavery was a permanent status in all Northwest Coast societies,” wrote anthropologist Leland Donald in his 1997 book, Aboriginal Slavery on the Northwest Coast of...

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China's Shadow War on Canada

China's Shadow War on Canada

When CSIS agents scoured the Ottawa condo of Cameron Ortis, a civilian RCMP intelligence official, they found evidence that he was planning to leak Five Eyes operational plans to terrorists.

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A Hall of Halls

A Hall of Halls

Civilization is not easily gained, as our early history and founding remind us   Review by Christopher O. Blum Apostles of Empire: The Jesuits and New France. Bronwen McShea. University of Nebraska Press, 2019. ONE OF THE archetypal images of civilization is found early in Beowulf, when the poet memorialized the noble desire of the Danish king Hrothgar, newly-enriched by the spoils of war: “his mind turned to hall-building: he handed down orders for men to work on a great mead-hall meant to be a wonder of the world forever; it would be his throne-room and there he would dispense his...

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