Under a proper Canadian economic model, a government would align the quantity of new arrivals to our country with demand for new and affordable housing.
But what happens when a poorly-understood agenda undermines the concept, resulting in inaction on the part of our federal government? Under PM Justin Trudeau’s post-modern social model, there may well be a purpose for Canada’s current lack of housing availability.
Let us say that rather than “managing” a nation, a ruling government’s true agenda is one of national transformation. In colloquial terms, one might refer to this as an “out with the old, in with the new” economic model.
Call Cultural Action Party paranoid, but we say this is the exact agenda now occurring within Canadian society. The “new” being PM Trudeau’s preferred citizens– Sikhs, Muslims, Chinese— presently dominating Canada’s immigration intake quotas.
Sticking with the theme of mistrust, CAP believe there are few politicians who advocate for a “New Canadian Order” more than federal Minister of Housing, MP Ahmed Hussen.
For Mr. Hussen, the very meaning of Canada is infused with what is best for new arrivals to our country. A condition of ethnocentrism underlines all political actions, particularly when it comes to his co-religionist communities. Muslim rights, “Islamophobia” and accusations of racism being front-and-centre in the Liberal MP’s rise to the top of the Canadian political food-chain.
“Last week, hundreds of B.C. Mayors and municipal councillors heard why Ottawa’s failure to do so is causing them grief when it comes to providing adequate infrastructure, particularly affordable housing.”
“The flood of foreign nationals is creating unprecedented demand for homes, which is pushing up rents and housing prices, which are among the highest in the world in cities like Vancouver and Toronto.”
A calculated agenda? Can it be that a covert goal exists within the housing-immigration dynamic? In CAP’s opinion, Justin Trudeau, Ahmed Hussen and the Liberal Cabinet are presently engaged in a cleaning-of-the-house agenda. The tacit goal being the flushing out of “Old Stock” Canada, to be superseded with a woke globalist vision of a socialist society dominated by “3rd World” Canadians.
In other words, the poorer we become, the faster we disappear. A heavy accusation it is– but one which astute political observers may want to take to heart.
For our money, no political power-player would advocate for such a thing more than Somalian refugee immigrant to Canada, Ahmed Hussen. Other Anglo-bashers like New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh would likely be thrilled by the idea.
All of it flowing into a political whirlpool which CAP has branded Justin Trudeau’s “Woke Revolution.”
Chris Friesen, a national leader in providing settlement services for immigrants and refugees, says that “service providers are increasingly talking about how the country’s absorptive capacity for newcomers is stretched. It’s not only affecting newcomers, he said, but Canadian-born residents, too.”
Let us pose a binary question: between Old Stock Canadians and new arrivals from the 3rd World, which community does PM Trudeau place on a pedestal high above the other?
The answer, of course, is our 3rd World-New Canadian communities. The result being that these people will be looked after first. This is, after all, the post-modern social model of the Trudeau government. Why would it be any different in terms of housing availability and affordability?
Quick Answer: It won’t be– especially with myopic Minister of Multiculturalism Ahmed Hussen in charge of housing. Simply put, he will want the new arrivals to get the best of everything. He always does.
“A Statistics Canada report showed immigrants bought 78 per cent of the homes purchased in Richmond in 2018, and more than 65 per cent of the dwellings bought in Surrey and Burnaby.”
Perhaps readers can help CAP understand. If 3rd World migrants are the perennial sufferers of society as mainstream media proclaim, why are they ahead of the Canadian-born in terms of building up home equity as the years pass?
It is, of course, far too logical a question for CBC, CTV, Globe & Mail or Toronto Star to respond to. “Government says immigrants are the sufferers, and who are the Liberal-funded media to argue with that?”
April 4th, 2023: “Canada’s government is making it easier for newcomers to purchase a home. Last week, the government announced it was reducing some of restrictions of an Act that made it difficult for non-Canadians to purchase residential property.”
Budget 2023 announced the official launch of the new Tax-Free First Home Savings Account (FHSA). To qualify, an individual must be:
- A Canadian resident
- 18 years or older
- A first-time home buyer
Stop the press. A Canadian resident is not necessarily a Canadian citizen. Bingo–priority, non-Canadians. Drilling down on the situation, we discover tangible evidence of MP Ahmed Hussen’s preference for non-Canadians and new arrivals over Anglophones, Francophones and generational Canadian communities.
“Housing and Diversity and Inclusion Ahmed Hussen says the latest exemptions to the [home purchase] ban are to provide greater flexibility to newcomers and businesses seeking to contribute to Canada.”
“These amendments will allow newcomers to put down roots in Canada through home ownership to create jobs and build homes by adding to the housing supply in Canadian cities,” said Hussen.
For our Liberal government, it’s all about the newcomers. Such is the status of a society in which government has created an inversion of Canada’s historical social structure.
Simply put, it’s “whitey to the back of the bus time” in Justin Trudeau’s no-core-identity Canada.