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Turn Off The Tap

Our latest bulletin: “Turn Off The Tap” is a copy of an OP ED which was written by James Bissett, former Executive Director of Canada’s entire Immigration Service and retired ambassador. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Turn Off The Tap It Doesn’t Make Sense … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Populate And We Will Perish

Our latest bulletin: “Populate and We Will Perish” is a slightly shortened copy of an article published in “The Australian” and written by Former Australian Labor Party Environment minister, Barry Cohen. This is part of our ongoing effort to compare … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Vancouver Sun Columnist : Team Canada "As White As Snow"

VANCOUVER SUN COLUMNIST : CANADIAN OLYMPIC TEAM “AS WHITE AS SNOW” As the 2010 Olympic Winter Games ended, Vancouver Sun columnist Pete McMartin took the immigration industry’s notion of “reflecting Canada’s Diversity” a step further. In his February 27 column, … Continue reading

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

CBC Manager Of Diversity: "Vancouver Is Part Of Asia"

CBC MANAGER OF DIVERSITY : “VANCOUVER IS PART OF ASIA” If some Canadians thought that UBC History Professor Henry Yu was an oddity in cheer-leading the Asian immigration tsunami and in heaping contempt upon Canada’s majority population, they have to … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

So You Thought Canada Was Not Being Re-Colonized?

Our latest bulletin : “So You Thought Canada Was Not Being Re-Colonized ?” features below a disturbing and revealing Vancouver Sun OP ED written by Henry Yu, a Professor of History at UBC. As readers will see, there is not … Continue reading

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Many Countries Criticize High Immigration ; Canada Flashes A Happy Face

Many Countries Criticize High Immigration ; Canada Flashes A Happy Face We present the immigration views of people of influence in four other countries. Note that they express serious concerns about high immigration and its implications for the societies that … Continue reading

Posted in Weekly

Why Emigration From Haiti Should Not Be A Solution To Haiti’s Problems

WHY EMIGRATION FROM HAITI SHOULD NOT BE A SOLUTION TO HAITI’S PROBLEMS Canada’s primary focus in the Haitian earthquake tragedy should be to help Haiti to get back on its feet. Most Canadians have great sympathy for what has happened … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Watch Your Mouth—You Are In A Canadian University Now

This author of the following bulletin is B.C. writer Tim Murray. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WATCH YOUR MOUTH—YOU ARE IN A CANADIAN UNIVERSITY NOW— POLITICALLY CORRECT “GROUP-THINK 101” IS A DEGREE PRE-REQUISITE Once upon a time, a university could be described as an … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

True Confessions And Truly Olympian Resolutions For 2010

In this bulletin, we imagine that we have overheard different individuals and groups confessing their immigration sins and promising to restore sanity to Canadian immigration policies. We present their confessions and their Olympian resolve to change. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ TRUE CONFESSIONS AND … Continue reading

Posted in Fraud, Weekly

Multiculturalists Exalted Insignificant Hanukkah In Order To Marginalize Christmas

Multiculturalists Exalted Insignificant Hanukkah In Order To Marginalize Christmas This is a slightly abridged version of a column written by American writer Tom Piatak. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ War Against Christmas 2009: Reflections on Hanukkah, Christmas, and Nitel Night By Tom Piatak Eight … Continue reading

Posted in Weekly

The People Speak : A Motto For Copenhagen; Wisdom From Dutch Labour Party; New Litmus Test; Cultural and Economic Displacement

A MOTTO FOR COPENHAGEN; WISDOM FROM THE DUTCH LABOUR PARTY; THE NEW LITMUS TEST; CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC DISPLACEMENT COMMENT #1 : A MOTTO FOR COPENHAGEN—S.J. The environmentalists could be a powerful lobby for immigration restriction, but they have become globalized … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

CBC Helped To Create The Poverty It Wants To Relieve

CBC HELPED TO CREATE THE POVERTY IT SAYS IT WANTS TO RELIEVE CBC Radio in Vancouver has announced that on its annual Foodbank Day, December 4, it raised over $500,000. These donations came from residents all over the province and … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Fraud, Weekly

Suzuki’s Advice: Cut Immigration

SUZUKI'S ADVICE : CUT IMMIGRATION This bulletin reports on two interviews with David Suzuki. In the first, Suzuki states that “…immigration, which makes up 66% of the population growth (in both Canada and the U.S.)”… “should be decreased”. “A growing … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Two Views : (1) From Australia –Independent Arbiter Should Decide Immigration Levels ; From UK—Labour Party Abandoned Workers To Create Diversity

This bulletin presents two articles, one from Australia and the other from the UK. We forward them to you because both countries have immigration problems similar to those in Canada. The Australian article presents the view of Professor Tim Flannery, … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Quislings Among Us

QUISLINGS AMONG US Canadians have just experienced another Remembrance Day ceremony. Once again, at least superficially, they have seen that our society grants a high stature in its memory to those who have defended their country. Yet on most other … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Auditor General : 370,000 Temporary Foreign Workers And Other Immigration Problems

AUDITOR GENERAL : 370,000 TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKERS AND OTHER IMMIGRATION PROBLEMS”. This bulletin examines the immigration section of the recent report presented to Ottawa by Canada's Auditor General, Sheila Fraser. It should provide you with significant background information on the … Continue reading

Posted in Weekly

Views From Canadians On : Boat People, Icelanders Looking For Jobs, The Unregulated TFW Programme, UK Parties On Immigration

Views From Canadians On : Boat People, Icelanders Looking For Jobs, The Unregulated Temporary Foreign Worker Programme, UK Parties on Immigration 1. THE 76 BOAT PEOPLE HAVE NOT LIVED IN SRI LANKA FOR A LONG TIME? FROM M.B. : I … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Fraud, Weekly

Why The 76 Boat People And CBC’S ‘The Current’ Should Be Shipped Out ASAP

WHY THE 76 BOAT PEOPLE AND THE CBC'S “THE CURRENT” SHOULD BE SHIPPED OUT ASAP (1) According to information that has been disclosed, the 76 boat people who have arrived have no identification. The question most Canadians are asking is … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Fraud, Weekly

Canada Dies Here : How The CBC Has Become The Mouthpiece Of Colonial Occupation

Canada Dies Here : How The CBC Has Become The Mouthpiece of Colonial Occupation By Tim Murray In the annals of media bias, the Friday, October 2/09 edition of CBC Radios The Current should be promoted to the Hall of … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Fraud, Weekly

A Biblical Perspective On Immigration

This background paper was written for the well-respected Center for Immigration Studies by Dr. James Edwards Jr. Because the original paper consists of 4 sections and is quite long, we are sending only a shortened version of the first section. … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly
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