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Big Business Leaders Warn Politicians Not to Make Immigration an Election Issue

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      In explaining how Canada’s political class has managed to avoid a discussion of the real goals of the open door immigration policies pursued since 1965 — that is the replacement of Canada’s European founding/settler people by 2050, it’s simple. Immigration is never discussed except as a vote buying gimmick to entice various selfish ethnic groups with more goodies — allowing grandparents in, for instance.
 
      That consensus may be breaking down. Canadians are beginning to wake up. They see the treasonous farce at the Quebec-U.S. border where over 42,000 illegals have surged in with Mounties carrying their suitcases. They see homeless shelters in Toronto, Montreal, and Hamilton filled with illegals while our own homeless are on the streets. Angry Canadians have protested the open borders for months in cities across Canada in the Yellow Vest movement and other groups.
 
     The elite is worried. If enough Canadians wake up and realize what’s been done to them — they are being replaced with a new Third World majority and entertained with empty chants of “Diversity is Our Greatest Strength” — there could be a real revolt.
 
      Thus, a spokesman for business leaders who dream of a Canada with 100-million people, almost all from non-European sources by the end of the century are urging the politicians to cool it. Don’t discuss immigration.
 
        “Big business leaders worried about Canada’s aging demographics have been urging political parties to avoid inflaming the immigration debate ahead of this fall’s federal election. The head of the lobby group representing chief executives of Canada’s largest corporations said he’s already raised the issue with political leaders who are shifting into campaign mode for the October vote. With signs of public concern about immigration, Business Council of Canada president and CEO Goldy Hyder said he’s promoted the economic case in favour of opening the country’s doors to more people. ‘We are 10 years away from a true demographic pressure point,’ Hyder said during a meeting with reporters Thursday in Ottawa. ‘What I’ve said to the leaders of the political parties on this issue is, ‘Please, please do all you can to resist making this election about immigration.’ That’s as bluntly as I can say it to them.'” (CTV News, April 26, 2019)
 
      We’ve heard the aging demographic nonsense for 30 years. With significant unemployment in Canada today — officially 5.8 per cent in March, 2019, real rate nearly twice as high — we don’t need any immigration. If, in 10 years time, there is a labour shortage, then and only then might immigration make sense. Why import people today for jobs that might be there in 10 years time?
 
       What big business is really looking for is a large pool of unemployed people to keep wages low.
 
       Many Canadians are feeling uneasy about the replacement going on before their eyes. In just a generation, Toronto and Vancouver — the two largest cities in English Canada — have seen the European founding/settler people replaced with a new Third World majority. “A poll released this month by Ekos Research Associates suggested that the share of people who think there are too many visible minorities in Canada is up ‘significantly,’ even though overall opposition to immigration has been largely unchanged in recent years and remains lower than it was in the 1990s. Canada has been ratcheting up its immigration numbers and it plans to welcome more. The Immigration Department set targets of bringing in nearly 331,000 newcomers this year, 341,000 in 2020 and 350,000 in 2021, according to its 2018 report to Parliament.
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Goldy Hyder, President and CEO of the Business Council of Canada, speaks at the Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council
 meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, in Hong Kong. T
 

      Hyder said he’s personally part of a group called the Century Initiative, which would like to see Canada, a country of about 37 million, grow to 100 million people by 2100. The group was co-founded by Hyder and several others, including two members of the Trudeau government’s influential economic advisory council — Dominic Barton, global managing director of consulting firm McKinsey & Co., and Mark Wiseman, a senior managing director for investment management giant BlackRock Inc. Hyder was a business consultant before joining the business council and was once a top aide to federal Progressive Conservative leader Joe Clark.”

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White Kids Take a Stand — Paul Fromm & Kenn Gividen on “THE ETHNOSTATE”.

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White Kids Take a Stand — Paul Fromm & Kenn Gividen on “THE ETHNOSTATE”.

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Somali Gangs In Canada Set Up Nation-Wide Drug Dealing Circuit

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Somali Gangs In Canada Set Up Nation-Wide Drug Dealing Circuit

 

 

Somali drug gangs appear to be highly organized without the hierarchy of traditional criminal gangs, says Staff Sgt. Jim Peebles of Edmonton city police. These gang members work a circuit — Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary to Fort McMurray and Ottawa,  moving drugs and guns around the country. “The group is in Edmonton one day, then they turn up in Ft. McMurray and next week we see them in Toronto or Ottawa,” he said. 

And here Justin Trudeau claims  diversity is Canada’s strength. Incidentally, so does our dual citizenship immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen–a refugee from Somalia himself. Police forces across the country  worked closely together in the last couple of years to identity core Somalian gang members, uncover their movements and follow the shifting leadership. This costs money. So does the inordinate amount of Somalians receiving taxpayer-funded welfare checks in Canada.

Yet, to call these people out would inevitably result in the calling out of the accusers as so-called “Islamophobes.  It’s simply the “Canadian way” under the ruling Trudeau government. When in doubt, play the race card–then watch as those questioning the circumstances scamper back behind their keyboards for fear of being branded racists.

Since when has an identifiable Canadian community been indemnified from criticism in this manner? The answer, of course, is NEVER. Dual citizen MP Iqra Khalid saw to this when she successfully advanced M103, the Pakistani national’s motion to elevate Islam above other religions in Canada.

In the USA, the city of Minneapolis experienced a sudden increase in the Somali population similar to Edmonton’s early in the decade– as well as  a similar spate of gun violence. The idea the Edmonton situation is unique can thereby be put to rest. The purpose of  immigration policy within western democracies is to create a benefit to their respective societies. To facilitate drug gangs and gun runners falls outside the purview of this ideal. Yet, in Canada, Third World migrants have transitioned to our nation’s protected communities–regardless of the number of illegal migrants, their status as Islamic militants, or any other relevant factor.

What a curious state of affairs. Present-day political correctness is so stringent that Canadians live in fear of condemning Somalian dope dealers.  They could loose their jobs, or having their reputation smeared. In truth, it is the Trudeau government that deserve the smearing. Despite pit-bull refugee pusher Ahmed Hussen’s prostrations about the so-called benefit of mass Third World immigration, common sense Canadians know better.

Now, if only Liberal Canadians would follow suit, Canada could rid itself of the damaging forces of left-wing political correctness. This begins, of course, with ridding our nation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Follow this up with removing Ahmed Hussen from holding the demographic destiny of Canada in his hands, and perhaps our nation can return to a state of political sanity lost the day Justin Trudeau became prime minister.

 

 

Canadian Immigration Summit 2019 — The Immigration Lobby Worries About How to Deal With Populism (Majority Opposition to the Immigration Invasion)

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Canadian Immigration Summit 2019  — The Immigration Lobby Worries About How to Deal With Populism (Majority Opposition to the Immigration Invasion)
Please view this on the internet. The main theme is ‘what shall we do about populism’. In other words, the Liberal Government are having a conference to figure out how to offset the will of level headed people, the populists. Heaven forbid we should have any objection to immigration and the cost to taxpayers. Our numbers must be growing or they wouldn’t be so worried. Attendees will have to pay $995 for an individual and $495 for members of non-profit organizations.

Canadian Immigration Summit 2019

May 8 to 9, 2019 in Ottawa

Summit Overview

How can we plan for tomorrow, today?

The purpose of the 2019 Summit is to explore how Canada can respond proactively to emerging immigration issues in a rapidly changing world.

We tend to dwell on the past to tackle today’s challenges and anticipate the ones we will experience tomorrow. Moreover, we are often focused on the short-term, with too little of our time and energy devoted to thinking about how we can plan for the future. However, the world is not standing still, and Canada is no exception. Changes at home and abroad will disrupt Canada’s future immigration system in ways we cannot currently fathom. For example, how many of us five years ago imagined that a wave of populism would take the world by storm?

Plenary Session 2
Confronting Populism

Moderator:

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The Hon. Ratna Omidvar

The Hon. Ratna Omidvar
Senator for Ontario
Senate of Canada

Panellists:

 Bricker

Darrell Bricker
Chief Executive Officer
Ipsos Public Affairs

Theresa Cardinal Brown

Theresa Cardinal Brown
Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy
Bipartisan Policy Center

Fen Osler Hampson

Fen Osler Hampson
Director
World Refugee