Despite media presentation, Canadians are living in perhaps the most pivotal point in Canadian history. No surprise–CBC, Globe & Mail and the rest have taken a most banal approach to this social reality.
A Waterloo man is suing the prime minister after he says his fiancée was denied a temporary resident visa. Patrick Kinsella requested to bring his Kenyan fiancée to Canada to stay with him after he says he suffered a pair of strokes. But he says Ottawa rejected her visa due to “racist” policies.
“The Canadian Multiculturalism Act is in many senses an ILL-CONSIDERED document, focused so squarely on today that it ignores tomorrow.” So said Trinidad-born Neil Bissoondath 25 years ago in his bestselling book Selling Illusions; a stinging critique of Canada’s misguided experiment with official multiculturalism. The statement’s even MORE RELEVANT today.
“For decades now, there has only been one acceptable position among our political and intellectual elites: more, and more, and more immigration.There is a taboo around this topic. As soon as you raise a concern about the level of immigration, someone will accuse you of harbouring anti-immigrant views and being RACIST OR XENOPHOBIC.”
Mr. Trudeau is unique in his animosity toward the founding of our nation, particularly the colonial element of the equation. Throughout his four-year tenure, our PM has attacked our history, branded our nation and its peoples racist, labelled modern-day Canadians “Islamophobic,” and branded early European settlers and contemporary Canadians “genocidal.”
“She became a voice for many,” said Hussen, who is also the former national president of the Canadian Somali Congress. “We mourn her loss deeply, and all others killed in the #KismayoAttack.”
“There’s been a drastic decline in the acceptance and the welcoming, specifically of refugees,” said Dorota Blumczynska, executive director of the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba.
Justin Trudeau has established the highest immigration quota in Canadian history. Under his iron-clad grip, Canada took in more refugees in 2018 than any nation on earth. Canada maintains the highest per-capita immigration rates of any western nation.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to lamenting Canada’s loss of Toronto Raptors player Kawhi Leornard on Twitter, Canadians replied by telling him that they would like to SEE HIM LEAVE NEXT.
More than THREE QUARTERS (76 per cent) of respondents to a survey by Public Square Research and Maru/Blue agreed that Canada should do more to encourage skilled labourers to immigrate to the country, while 57 PER CENT SAID CANADA SHOULD NOT be accepting more refugees.