Within a dictatorship, the general public have NO SAY or impact upon government decision-making. In Justin’s Canada, the public have NO SAY or impact upon government decision-making.
Even if Justin Trudeau did English Canada a favour and never became prime minister of Canada, his father Pierre Trudeau’s “multiculturalism” is an anti-Anglophone affair of the highest order.
Jagmeet Singh, you wanna waltz into a geographic area of Canada and PUSH mass fetus destruction? Here is CAP’s advice– then do it in Brampton, Ontario where your people dominate in demographic terms.
Much consternation presently exists within Canadian society based upon the “Don Cherry” incident. When Canada’s most well-known Old Stock Canadian spoke out against a lack of Canadian patriotism(how true this is)–with a specific reference to new arrival and immigrants communities– he was promptly dismissed from his job. Conversely, when CTV talk-show host Jenna Allen branded … Continue reading Why Racism In Canada Is Acceptable When Targeting Anglophone Canadians
Canadian immigration policy is resulting in an unprecedented–and OVERLOOKED- development in Canadian society– a transition of Anglophone Canadians into a minority community.
Former Reform Party leader Preston Manning issued a dire warning for politicians at a luncheon in Calgary Wednesday afternoon. Manning states “The problems with the energy sector and the inability to get resources to tidewater and world markets are all fuelling Western alienation.”
By 2036, it is projected that between 44.2% and 49.7% of the population will be first or second generation immigrants. That means that by 2036 almost one of every two Canadian residents will be a first or second generation immigrant.
According to CBC News,in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, polling data suggests a sizeable minority — 45 PERCENT in Alberta — supports a similar law being imposed on home turf.
The quick answer is yes, absolutely. Yet since the time Pierre Trudeau forced multiculturalism upon our society, it has never happened. Now that Statistics Canada informs us these communities will one day achieve minority status, should it now happen?Of course–but it does not.