Is Canada a soft mark?

Is Canada a soft mark?

There are 5 comments on the The Globe and Mail story from Jan 31, 2011, titled Is Canada a soft mark?. In it, The Globe and Mail reports that:

Nice place, Canada and a wonderful insurance policy to boot, for those who fear they might have to leave their country in a hurry.

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marked

Calgary, Canada

#1 Jan 31, 2011
The immigration bomb, a globalist weapon of choice, isn't a new development, eroding unity through immigration is an old means to destabilizing nations ahead of this current coup by corporate globalist plutocracies with a death grip on the throats of duly elected leaders.

In their current final solution assault on sovereignty and rights, freedoms, social programs, democracies globally, in a flurry of nation gutting trade agreements only an idiot would sign on to, unless economic coercion used to extort compliance, or, they really are dumb as they look, conservatively speaking.

The beauty of owning all political players from all nations allows the smooth transition to a New World Order without resistance, beyond some bland and wide eyed theatrics for show.

The cast is interchangeable, Leggo adaptability.

Obituary:
Canada, in it's death throws, died peacefully at home, cause of death a combination of parasitic, viral, investments in predatory capitulation agreements with a gallery of rogues regime ravaging the body politic for centuries now.

Always the good old mark, a soft touch for greed driven criminals, also died impoverished, ravaged by globalist pandemics spawned by the IMF, WB, UN, CFR, WHO, Carlyle Group Pandemic, bacteria, incubated in a host resource pillaging and fouling medium of uncovered sewers placed in Canada's most private and once pristine geography.

Rest in peace Canada..you were a good ol buddy to corruption. Gave the shirt off your back, literally the blood from your veins until sucked dry and left, rode hard put away wet and dying.

The passing coincided with the signing of the North American Union Trade Agreement. Funny how each of these events in the past were coincidental with other deaths and rot in other parts of Canada's now mortising remains.

Facing radical amputations of Canada's diverse, but separation ravaged cancerous appendages, perhaps it is divine compassion that took our great friend and brother at plutocratic arms, while peacefully sound asleep, oblivious to the tragedy of it's own passing, inured to the pain of loss by the false promises of real positive change and prosperity.
Noe

Canada

#2 Jan 31, 2011
no!
amr

Hamilton, Canada

#3 Jan 31, 2011
YES
paul shykora arts

Calgary, Canada

#4 Feb 1, 2011
VHAT??..WHAT..??...JUst do not understand the ''question'',here.....eh..
Mike USA

Cypress, TX

#5 Feb 2, 2011
What a piece of crap article from an extreme idiot with a small imagination. I wonder if this idiot realizes that his ENVY of a great nation like Canada shows through---even though his words say otherwise. Guys like this writer live in the past and want to go back several centuries.
The idea conveyed by the writer's words are not prophetic, they are just pathetic

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