Cultural Effects

DOGS IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY: NO WHITES NEED APPLY FOR CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA JOBS IN ONTARIO

DOGS IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY: NO WHITES NEED APPLY FOR CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA JOBS IN ONTARIO PRESS RELEASE DOGS IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY: NO WHITES NEED APPLY FOR CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA JOBS IN ONTARIO “The Correctional Service of … Continue reading

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Vancouver City Councillor Calls For Replacement Of City Coat of Arms To Reflect New Multicultural Vancouver

PRESS RELEASE A Vancouver City Councillor has called upon the City to develop a new coat of arms. The change is supposed to reflect what the councillor believes is the new multicultural diversity of the city. But according to Immigration … Continue reading

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Britain, The Netherlands and Denmark Propose Major Immigration Reforms

PRESS RELEASE The Canadian government should take note of some important immigration changes that have recently occurred in Britain, The Netherlands and Denmark. In particular, it should use these changes to make much-needed immigration reforms in Canada, says Immigration Watch … Continue reading

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Caveat Canada! (Beware Of Greeks Bearing Gifts!)

PRESS RELEASE Immigration Minister Sgro has disregarded warnings and has decided to fast-track immigration applications from tsunami-affected Asia. Canada is the only country in the world that has decided to use immigration as a partial solution for this natural disaster. … Continue reading

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January 18, 2005 : Canadians Are Not Mushrooms (A Message For New Immigration Minister Joe Volpe)

PRESS RELEASE New Immigration Minister Joe Volpe should begin his job by taking a good look at the case of refugee-claimant, Harjit Singh, but he has to realize that the Singh case is only one of hundreds of problems that … Continue reading

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December 29, 2004 : Multiculturalism/Diversity in Merry Olde England And Liberal Old Holland

For your information, below are two European newspaper articles commenting on Sikh and Muslim reactions to play/film criticism of Sikhism and Islam in England and Holland respectively. Sikhs storm theatre to demand closure of play that ‘violates their sacred place’ … Continue reading

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December 15, 2004 : When Were The People Of Richmond, B.C. And Other Canadian Places Given A Vote About Becoming A Minority?

PRESS RELEASE A recent controversy over Chinese-language commercial signs in the Vancouver suburb of Richmond is a symptom of a problem, but the much more important problem is not being discussed. The Richmond Intercultural Advisory Committee, a group sanctioned by … Continue reading

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November 24, 2004 : An Open, Money-Filled Hand To Non-Canadians vs. A Closed Fist To Canadians

The following article (National Post, Nov. 16, 2004) clearly shows evidence that Canada’s immigration industry has secretly and quietly changed very important Canadian refugee policies. Once again, under the pretence of generosity, it has ensured a continued flow of potential … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

October 20, 2004 : Are there cultural limits to any area’s ability to absorb new people?

Two recent CBC news items are worthy of note. (1) The first was an item on the CBC’s World Report yesterday (October 19). It looked at an Arizona Citizens’ Proposition 200 called “Protect Arizona Now” to defend the people of … Continue reading

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October 13, 2004 : Holland Is Full, And So Are Greater Vancouver, Greater Toronto and Greater Montreal

Please take note of The Toronto Star article below. It should provide a clear warning that some dramatic reductions have to be made in Canada’s immigration and refugee numbers. Here are a few of the main points: (1) A recent … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, June 13

U.S. Churches (Along with Unions and Political Parties) Use Immigration to Compensate For Failures To Retain Their Own People Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Below is a short column by Sam Francis, one of the most articulate of … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2004, June 2

Buying The Votes Of Current and Future Immigrants Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Most Canadians like to think that our country has evolved to the point where those running for political office do not have to pay voters … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2004, May 26

The New Colony Of Canada: An Ottawa Citizen Columnist Asks Some Basic Questions About The Cultural Effects of Canada's Mass Immigration Policy Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: As Canada enters another federal election, you and all Canadians have … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2004, May 19

The Environmental Price of Creating Diversity: Connecting The Dots Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Below is a May 14, Vancouver Sun article, “Toxins In The Air Feared As Peril To Unborn Children”. It makes several major points: (1) … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2004 March 4

D & M: the S & M Solution To Canada's Urban Problems Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: There are still a number of Canadians who refuse to see, hear or speak any evil about immigration. Among this group … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2004 January 21

The Third Door Into Canada: The Foreign Student Programme January 21, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: For the past few days, Canadian newspapers have featured stories about foreign students being cheated by unscrupulous language schools. Most Canadians … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2004, January 14

Hiring That Reflects Ethnic Composition: Does This Policy Make Sense? January 14, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Recently, a significant number of Vancouver police retired in order to avoid cuts to their pensions. In announcing these retirements, … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin, 2004 January 7

A New Year's Resolution Suggestion For Your Government And All Elected Canadians: Look After Your Own People January 7, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: As the year 2004 begins, our organization sends you and all elected Canadians … Continue reading

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Weekly Bulletin – 2003 December

A Christmas Reflection: What Exactly Is Multiculturalism? December 20, 2003 Dear Prime Minister and Fellow MP's: Christmas is one of the oldest cultural traditions in Canada, yet in recent years Canadians have seen this tradition eroded in the effort to … Continue reading

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