Bulletins Since 2010

Canadians Never Wanted To Change The Character of Their Country

Canadians Never Wanted To Change The Character of Their Country—Part 2 of “Immigration : The Destruction of English Canada” A number of Canadians continue to think that there is some sense to Canada’s intake of 250,000 immigrants per year. However, … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

For Remembrance Day, Doug Collins’ “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada”

For Remembrance Day, Doug Collins’  “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada” This is Part 1 of a review of the book, “Immigration : The Destruction Of English Canada” which was written by journalist Doug Collins in 1979. It is … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Fraud, Weekly

The People Speak : (1) Ban English. It offends Me ; (2) Multiculturalism Is The New Fascism + More

The People Speak : (1) Ban English. It offends Me ; (2) Multiculturalism Is The New Fascism + More (1) Re The BBC Bans The Abbreviations “A.D.” and “B.C.” —-By TB Why stop at banning “AD” and “BC”? I think … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

More Cultural Suicide : BBC Jettisons Abbreviations ‘AD’ and ‘BC’

Immigration Watch Canada presents a UK article on the topic of cultural suicide. Like Canada’s CBC, the UK’s BBC feels that the best way to spend the public’s money is to help the country to destroy itself. The title of … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Views From Australia and UK : Greater Use of Older Workers + Will Solve Aging Population Issue ; London is no longer an English city

Australia : Greater Use of Older Workers + Will Solve Aging Population Issue It is important to recognise…that (Australian) Treasury modelling has shown that while higher migration (immigration) will lead to increases in aggregate (total) economic growth, an increase in … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

China’s Deputy Environment Minister : Parasites Head For Canada

CHINA’S DEPUTY ENVIRONMENT MINISTER : PARASITES HEAD FOR CANADA——–(PART 2  of  “WHEN A BILLION CHINESE JUMP”) “When A Billion Chinese Jump” contains numerous revelations, many of which are relevant to the immigration issue. Here are three : (1) The first, … Continue reading

Posted in Chinese Head Tax, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

When A Billion Chinese Jump–Part 1

This bulletin is Part 1 of a review and summary of the book “When A Billion Chinese Jump” by UK journalist Jonathan Watts. It is an environmentalist’s look at China and may not seem to be related to the immigration … Continue reading

Posted in Chinese Head Tax, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Time for Federation of Canadian Municipalities to Show Immigration Backbone

TIME FOR FEDERATION OF CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES TO SHOW IMMIGRATION BACKBONE A report from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) this past week repeats a recent blunder made by Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty. Last week, McGuinty had announced that his government … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Fraud, Weekly

Canada’s Lambs Led To Slaughter

CANADA’S LAMBS LED TO SLAUGHTER A study released last week by two economics professors from Queen’s University shows that our educational system ignores some of the most important immigration issues, probably because it is afraid to deal with them.  The … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

The Misguided Advocates of Open Borders–Diversity Is A Predictor of Civil War

The Misguided Advocates of Open Borders–Diversity Is A Predictor Of Civil War Frank Salter The poor quality of analysis behind Australia’s abandonment of traditional assimilationist immigration policy reached its apotheosis recently in a spate of articles by well placed commentators. … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Political Correctness Gone Mad At UN And in US

Immigration Watch Canada presents two news stories on the topic of political correctness. One is from Canada’s Macleans magazine. It states that the UN has criticized Canada  for using the term “visible minority”. According to the UN, that term implies … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

August 9, 2011 : The People Speak—“Somali Man Sponsors 100 Family Members” + Much More

THE PEOPLE SPEAK—-“SOMALI MAN SPONSORS 100 FAMILY MEMBERS” + MUCH MORE From David L. Henderson, BSc, MBA Mayor, City of Brockville themayor@brockville.com I’m favour of immigration just the way it is. How about the fact that many rural areas are … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

July 31, 2011: Events In Norway–What Did The Norwegian Murderer Think?

What Did the Norwegian Murderer Think? by Phyllis Chesler Israel National News July 25, 2011 http://www.phyllis-chesler.com/1022/norwegian-murderer The author strongly condemns the murder, but challenges the grieving Norwegian government and intelligentsia to do something effective about their own failed multi-cultural policies. … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Fraud, Weekly

July 22, 2011 : Jason Kenney Welcomes Giant Asian Hogweed

Jason Kenney Welcomes Giant Asian Hogweed Reacting to recent news reports about the invasion of a poisonous Asian plant, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney, speaking on behalf of perennially- vacationing Environment Minister Peter Kent, dismissed the reports as “alarmist” … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

July 15, 2011 : A Growing Vancouver Can Never Be A Green One

A Growing Vancouver Can Never Be A Green One This week, the City of Vancouver announced details of its plan to make Vancouver the world’s greenest city by 2020. It will achieve that goal, it says, by focusing on 10 … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

July 6, 2011 : Costs Of Aging Population Are Poor Excuse for High Immigration

Costs Of Aging Population Are Poor Excuse for High Immigration As we have pointed out before,  Canada’s immigration industry, and a significant number of those in the media and government like to tell us that high immigration is necessary in … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Fraud, Weekly

June 17, 2011 : The Stanley Cup Riot : Who Are The Real Criminals, Yahoos and Losers?

    THE STANLEY CUP RIOT : WHO ARE THE REAL CRIMINALS, YAHOOS AND LOSERS? So Vancouver has had its second Stanley Cup Riot. And this time, it has attracted world attention.  No one disputes that the rioters deserve punishment … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

June 7, 2011: How To Cut Canada’s Yearly Deficit And National Debt

How To Cut Canada’s Yearly Deficit and National Debt If Canada’s Conservative government is serious about reducing the country’s deficit and its debt, it cannot continue to ignore mounting evidence that Canada could achieve that goal by significantly reducing immigration. … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Fraud, Weekly

May 31, 2011 : The People Speak—Canada’s Homegrown Ratko Mladic’s +

The Following Are Immigration-Related Views Sent To Us By 6 Canadians 1. Canada’s Homegrown Ratko Mladic’s— By O.R. Why did the Liberal Party do so poorly in the May 2 Federal Election? I would agree that we need less discussion … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Fraud, Weekly

May 22, 2011 : Former Executive Director Of Canada’s Immigration Service Blasts High Immigration Policy

Immigration isn’t as beneficial as politicians claim By James Bissett, Calgary Herald, May 20, 2011 http://www.calgaryherald.com/business/Immigration+beneficial+politicians+claim/4814381/story.html The recent election campaign focused a great deal of attention on immigrant communities. There are good reasons for this. Since 1990, Canada has been … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly
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