(left, Prime Minister Justine Trudeau hams it up with recently arrived Syrian refugees.)
First, Zionists destroy Syria,
and then use their victims to invade the
West. This policy is not in our interest,
and Canadians like Arthur P don't like it.
"Canadians aren't as accepting as we think -- and we can't ignore it," writes pollster Angus Reid
by Arthur P
A CBC news article by pollster Angus Reid reveals that Canadians do not share the pro-immigration polices of the Masonic Jewish controlled Liberal government .
" On immigration, the vast majority of Canadians prefer a policy that will enhance our economic prosperity over one that emphasizes the needs of people in crisis around the world, " Reid writes.
You bet we do. Some Canadians would even prefer an immediate end to the wars that produce these refugees in the first place, and Canada's vassalage to NATO, among other yokes around our neck.
I entered the workforce in 1972 with a Grade 12 education and had no trouble earning a living by various honest means. As FTA and NAFTA kicked in, Canadian businesses began closing down in droves, and most of my experienced high-tech R&D colleagues and I found job hunting harder and harder. During this transition, "personnel" departments were renamed "human resources".
Post-9/11, I turned down increasingly rare job "opportunities" to develop military gizmos, the better to kill and maim brown-skinned people on the other side of the world. I feel sorrier for today's youth because it looks like they will never experience the can-do spirit and prosperity of the 70s and 80s that I was so fortunate to be a part of.
" On multiculturalism, by a factor of almost two-to-one, Canadians say they would prefer that minorities "do more to fit in" with mainstream Canada, rather than encourage cultural diversity in which groups keep their own customs and language. (I asked an almost identical question 25 years ago, and fewer Canadians actually support multiculturalism as a concept today.)
Asked the same question today, Americans are actually more likely than Canadians to say minority groups in their country should keep their culture and language (in the U.S., it's closer to a 50/50 split)."
25 years ago, Vancouver BC and Mississauga ON weren't Chinese and Pakistani/Indian majorities. Don't get me wrong here. Our degenerate TV culture has disgusted Canadian-born me, so I can hardly object to immigrants forming enclaves and preserving their best traditions.
I live in a polyglot area with immigrant families and university students from you name it. I've never seen or heard of wife or child beatings or drunken arguments and fights among them.
After my wife died, grown men hugged me and cried with me when they heard the bad news. When a new stranger arrives in the 'hood, I treat them with casual courtesy, and they quickly warm up.
" There's little evidence of a crisis today in the treatment of newcomers to Canada. Unlike the situation in France, where large swaths of the immigrant community feel they aren't treated as French citizens, we find that the vast majority of newcomers to Canada feel that they are treated as "Canadians. In fact, they're more likely to say they're optimistic about their children's futures and the future of the country than Canadians who were born here. "
Little wonder, considering the conditions they fled. And it's nice that the avuncular Angus Reid tossed us a good-puppy biscuit despite the subtly chiding tone of the article. And he couldn't resist dragging in the Donald Trump boogyman. But that's OK, we ARE the 51st state whether we have any say in US politics or not.
" The demographic reality is that Canada will continue to rely on large numbers of newcomers in the coming decades to keep our economy afloat and serve the needs of an aging population.The tensions between accommodation and assimilation are likely to become even more acute as increasing diversity continues to stretch the fabric of Canadian identity in new directions. "
Well done Uncle Gus! In your closing paragraphs, you announced this part of the NWO agenda as is required as part of the magick, sold it as necessary "to keep our economy afloat" even though it was soaring rather than sinking in prior decades before mass immigration set in, and told us we ain't seen nothing yet in the divide and conquer tactics.