Economic Effects of Immigration

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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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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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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University and Politician claims of economic benefits of foreign students are unsubstantiated

Some of the main arguments made for and against foreign students By Martin Collacott, Retired Canadian ambassador POINT A : There is little doubt that universities not only in Canada but in other Western countries regard foreign students largely as … Continue reading

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Say No To Vancouver Apology : Mainland Chinese Rape of Vancouver Dwarfs Alleged Discrimination Against Chinese

Vancouver City Council’s announcement that it will deliver an apology to Vancouver Chinese is probably one of the most outrageous acts ever committed against its European-based population. It comes after immigrants, particularly Chinese from Mainland China, have driven housing costs … Continue reading

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CANADA IS ABOLISHING ITSELF

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Diversity hiring has created hundreds of thousands of White victims

DIVERSITY HIRING HAS CREATED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF WHITE VICTIMS I live in Toronto and work in banking. I have been out of work for the last year. Over the last 6 or 7 years, I have had only short-term … Continue reading

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​​​​​All U.S. Employment Growth Since 2000 Went to Immigrants–What about Canada?

​​​​​All U.S. Employment Growth Since 2000 Went to Immigrants—–The Number of U.S.-born not working grew by 17 million What about Canada? The information in this bulletin comes from the well-respected Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C. The data is … Continue reading

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