How Many Syrians Should Canada Take? None, Says Paul Fromm, Director of the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee
(1) Canada years ago adopted the doctrine of multiculturalism, which in my opinion is a doctrine from the pits of hell itself. We have handcuffed ourselves, walking all over our traditions (such as celebrating Christmas) because of it. By accepting this practice, we no longer think it politically correct to talk about Christmas. In fact, we no longer think it right to ever publicly talk about Jesus Christ, or God or matters of faith. I really believe we have sold out hook, line and sinker to Satan himself. (Ed Ostrom, Retired Salvation Army Officer In Saskatchewan) (2) The term "multicultural" has come to mean "relentless high immigration or mass immigration" which, in turn, has become an all-out assault on Canada's deep-rooted majority population. Most Canadians will accept small numbers of people from ethnic backgrounds that are different from Canada's majority population, but most Canadians do not want to become a minority in this country. In other words, most Canadians see that the word "multicultural" is a description not of who we are, but a prescription of what we are going to become-----whether we want it or not. (Immigration Watch Canada) (3) Let's press our politicians to start saying "Merry Christmas!" again the way Republican candidate Donald Trump has said he would, stating: "If I become president, we're all going to be saying Merry Christmas again." This is the kind of politician we need in Canada, unafraid to take on the insidious attacks by cultural Marxists on our traditions and nationality. "Happy Holidays" may seem to be an innocuous "tolerant" phrase, but it is nothing but a calculated assault on our Christian and European heritage in order to create a deracinated global place occupied by millions of Africans, Mestizos, Muslims and Asians trampling upon Eurocanadians. (Ricardo Duchesne, UNB Professor of Sociology) (4) The War Against Christmas, and against Christianity in America, is part and parcel of the campaign to transform America, against the wishes of most Americans. It is of a piece with mass immigration. As Peter Brimelow (author of Alien Nation) says of immigration, "America is being transformed against our will, and for no reason." (Howard Sutherland, New York Attorney) (5) The multiculturalists justify their assault on Christmas by claiming that the public celebration of Christmas causes non-Christians to feel left out. …We cannot forever shield non-Christians from the reality that they are a minority in America…. Suppressing the observances of the majority seems a high price to pay to allow overly sensitive souls to live in a comfortable delusion. Again and again, those seeking to erase Christmas …offer “diversity” and its variants as their justification. But, in practice, “diversity” and “inclusion” mean uniformity and exclusion, as Christian symbols are removed from public spaces. (Tom Piatek, A Contributing Editor of Chronicles Magazine and Taki’s Magazine and author of “Yes, Virginia, There Is A War Against Christmas”)
Merry Christmas, Daniel Murray www.ImmigrationWatchCanada.org
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CBC News Posted: Dec 08, 2015 8:11 AM ET Last Updated: Dec 08, 2015 1:27 PM ET
Representatives of Quebec’s business community joined Labour Minister Sam Hamad and Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil Tuesday in a joint appeal to the province’s employers.
Hamad, himself an immigrant from Syria, said employment is the best way to help the refugees integrate into Quebec society.
“Work is the best way to learn about Quebec’s culture, to learn French,” he told a news conference.
“They’ve obtained their visa to liberty, their visa for dreams and ambitions. Now it’s up to us to work with them.”
Refugees will begin arriving in Canada on Dec.10.
Hamad said employers interested in helping Syrian refugees can take advantage of an existing work placement program that provides new immigrants and Canada-born visible minorities in Quebec with a first job experience.
The program, known as PRIIME, provides subsidies that help cover an employee’s wages, training and other needs up to $15,000.
“It’s easy, it’s simple. If you are a company, you want to hire a new immigrant or refugee, you want to offer him a first experience, the government is ready to subsidize around $15,000 in salary,” Hamad said.
For her part, Weil said the refugees represent diverse talents and have varied levels of skill and work experience.
“Employment is perhaps the most important factor when it comes to integration, especially for parents,” Weil said.
“Many are professionals, they understand there’s a period of adaptationthat they might have to have some schooling to be able to be recognized as an engineer for instance or a pharmacist.
“Others are ready for manual work. The young people are ready for any kind of job.”
Employers who hire workers under the PRIIME program enjoy a retention rate of up to 87 per cent, Weil said.
Employers interested in providing Syrian refugees with work are invited to contact Quebec’s Ministry of Labour at 1-877-644-4545.
Yves-Thomas Dorval, president of the Quebec Employer Council, said providing the refugees with their first work experience in Quebec is the business community’s “responsibility.”
“We are facing a humanitarian crisis, these people are looking for a new place to restart their lives, and they need access to more than just food, clothing and housing — the most important is access to work here to provide for their needs,” he said.
Dorval said the business associations around Quebec are already mobilizing to inform their members of ways they can help out.
“We have an extraordinary opportunity to offer these people a new life, and employers have access to workers. It’s win-win — and it’s a win for society,” he said.
Pierre Elliott Trudeau–Montreal Airport offered a glimpse of its preparations, including a look at the temporary port-of-entry and reception centre that have been established to welcome the Syrians.
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre also provided an update on the city’s plans for receiving the Syrians and helping them integrate into the city.
Tuesday afternoon, CFB Valcartier will provide a media tour of temporary accommodations and other facilities that will be put to use to welcome the Syrians if the Government of Canada needs to house them there.
At 3:30 p.m., Quebec’s Health and Social Services Minister, Gaétan Barrette, and Rehabilitation, Youth Protection and Public Health Minister Lucie Charlebois will provide an update on the province’s preparations for receiving the Syrian refugees.
That news conference will be held at Montreal’s old Royal Victoria Hospital, where a refugee health clinic has been established.
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