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The Night My Mother Lost Her Faith — In Socialized Medicine For Immigrants

by Tim Murray Early Morning in Toronto Hospital Immigrants start lining up to collect Socialized Medicine Aged hospitals, atrocious wait times, fewer cutting edge treatments, fewer new drugs, a shortage of doctors, a paucity of acute care hospital beds, unfunded … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins Since Jan 1, 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

FIRST NATIONS SHOULD NOT BE USEFUL IDIOTS FOR THE IMMIGRATION LOBBY

FIRST NATIONS SHOULD NOT BE USEFUL IDIOTS FOR THE IMMIGRATION LOBBY The Chinese Mission The idea of there being a shared community of interests between aboriginals and non-white immigrants in the face of a common enemy is not novel. Australian … Continue reading

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CBC REPORTS HATE CRIME IN QUEBEC

CBC REPORTS HATE CRIME IN QUEBEC According to eye witnesses, a lion at the Granby zoo in Quebec suddenly grabbed the collar of a young girl’s jacket as she was leaning into the lion’s cage. As the lion tried to … Continue reading

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A LABOUR DAY MESSAGE FOR CANADA’S LABOUR PARTY

A LABOUR DAY MESSAGE FOR CANADA’S LABOUR PARTY By Tim Murray The results of the latest Angus Reid Institute poll of immigration sentiments was like a bucket of ice water thrown in the face of Canada’s political class. Pundits and … Continue reading

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Maxime Bernier Is Our Strength, Growing Diversity Is Our Weakness

Tory MP Maxime Bernier: Have immigration restrictionists finally found a real leader? News item: Conservative MP Maxime Bernier says that more diversity will destroy Canada’s greatness. The most significant thing about this story is not Bernier’s gutsy comments, but the … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins Since Jan 1, 2018, Weekly

HOW CANADA CAN FIX BORDER MESS

HOW CANADA CAN FIX BORDER MESS By James Bissett, Former ambassador and Head of the Canadian immigration service from 1985 t0 1990 (This OP ED was published in The National Post on August 3, 2018) Our federal government is clearly … Continue reading

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Does Diversity Really Unite Us?

Does Diversity Really Unite Us? Citizenship and Immigration by Edward J. Erler, Imprimis – Hillsdale College, July 31, 2018 The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 11, 2018, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Colorado … Continue reading

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Immigration and the Housing Affordability Crisis in Sydney and Melbourne

Immigration and the Housing Affordability Crisis in Sydney and Melbourne Bob Birrell and Ernest Healy Executive Summary The housing affordability crisis in Sydney and Melbourne is close to the worst in the developed world. As of 2017, the ratio of … Continue reading

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A DEFENSE OF THE SAFE COUNTRY CONCEPT FOR REFUGEES

A DEFENSE OF THE SAFE COUNTRY CONCEPT FOR REFUGEES (Written In 2002, but just as applicable today) In late June of this year, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister John Manley and United States Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge, announced a thirty … Continue reading

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Our CBC has mis-informed Canadians about Indian Residential Schools

Our CBC has mis-informed Canadians about Indian Residential Schools Any perceptive Canadian knows that the CBC’s immigration-related reporting is a notorious national disgrace. The same thing can be said of its reporting on the history of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools. … Continue reading

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REFUGEES – IF YOU TAKE THEM, THEY WILL COME AND KEEP COMING

REFUGEES – IF YOU TAKE THEM, THEY WILL COME AND KEEP COMING By James Bissett Former Canadian ambassador and head of the Canadian Immigration Service 1985 -1990. If you take them they will come. This reality explains the uneasy truth … Continue reading

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CBC Low-life are going berserk over migrant children at the U.S.-Mexico border

CBC Low-life are going berserk over the migrant children at the U.S.-Mexico border If Canadians ever thought that their CBC was providing dispassionate, sensible coverage of news, the CBC’s current behaviour on the issue of migrant children at the U.S. … Continue reading

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It's Time To Expose Another Provincial Nominee Scandal

IT’S TIME TO EXPOSE ANOTHER PROVINCIAL NOMINEE SCANDAL Dunstan Saint (This is a pen name for a PEI researcher who has worked extensively on PEI’s Provincial Nominee programme. We have given him this name.) I can’t remember ever seeing such … Continue reading

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Warning to Canadian Nationalists: Don’t Be Played

Warning to Canadian Nationalists: Don’t Be Played By Tim Murray June 7, 2018 In case you haven’t heard, Canada has a border crisis on its hands. To all but the willfully blind, the deceitful deniers and the dangerously delusional, it … Continue reading

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UN Secretary General : “Western nations should accept mass migration”

UN Secretary General : “Western nations should accept mass migration” By Tyler Durden, June 6, 2018 “UN member states should prepare for great migratory movements,” said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Jan. 11, 2018 during the presentation of the … Continue reading

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Would you invite a rattle snake into your house?–Canada did. Part 2

Would you invite a rattle snake into your house?–Canada did. Part 2 (1) China and its partners (triad organized crime, HK tycoons and the Chinese Intelligence Service) initially bought Canadian real estate instead of high tech and other higher profile … Continue reading

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Would you invite a rattlesnake into your house?—-Canada Did—Part 1

WOULD YOU INVITE A RATTLE SNAKE INTO YOUR HOUSE?—CANADA DID If Trudeau and his government need more evidence of China’s sinister intentions in Canada, here is a summary of the evidence that a joint RCMP-CSIS report gave Ottawa about 20 … Continue reading

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International Students Commit three major kinds of fraud

International Students Commit three major kinds of fraud By Martin Collacott, Retired Canadian Ambassador As many are aware, there are a range of problems involving submission of fraudulent documents or other types of misrepresentation related to foreign student programs. I … Continue reading

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University claims that International students bring “diversity” a pile of nonsense—Our Universities already have “diversity” coming out of their ears

University claims that International students bring “diversity” are a pile of nonsense— Our universities already have “diversity” coming out of their ears Martin Collacott Retired Canadian Ambassador Point 1 : I don’t have any doubt that claims by universities that … Continue reading

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EARTH DAY 2018 : Earth Day Founder Had Strong “Cut Immigration”, “Cap Population” Message

Earth Day Founder Had Strong Immigration Message Most people who celebrate Earth Day know little, if anything, about the person who founded Earth Day which is celebrated every April 22. Here are seven key points about the founder and his … Continue reading

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