Cultural Effects

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

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

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

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

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

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

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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