Pr. Duchesne - Why And When Did Western Nations Decide To Become Multiracial Places? Traditional Britain Conference 2016
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Professor Ricardo Duchesne - Why And When Did Western Nations Decide To Become Multiracial Places?
Professor Duchesne teaches sociology and world history at The University of New Brunswick, Saint John, Canada. He is the author of The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, a product of 10 years research, released in February 2011. His book, Faustian Man in an Age of Multiculturalism, a study of the importance of race in the historical identification of Western civilization from prehistoric to contemporary times, has also been published by Arktos. He is now working on the the way Canadian history has been falsely rewritten as a nation created by diverse races to meet the current requirements of multiculturalism. He is also examining the Alt Right position on the historical legacy of Western Civilization in light of the suicidal path this civilization has currently taken. His academic page.