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Toronto, Canada

#1 Jul 3, 2014
Brampton Flyer Saga

Toronto, Canada

#2 Jul 4, 2014
ONTARIO'S MUNICIPAL POLITICIANS INVITE CONTEMPT WHEN THEY GROVEL. Many will be running in municipal elections later this year. All should absorb a few lessons from what is happening to Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell. Obviously, she did not understand the flyer's message. She tried to get charges laid against the people who produced the flyer which indirectly asked mainstream Canadians an important cultural question : "Do you want to become a minority in your own country?" Ironically, Fennel's expense claims are being audited and she faces the distinct possibility of being charged for claiming expenses that she should never have claimed. Could it be that she is using the Brampton flyer incident to distract voters from focusing on her improper behaviour and, by playing the role of defender to the Sikhs, she is trying to curry much more favour than ever with the Sikhs who now comprise a significant part of Brampton's 500,000 population?

Most important of all in this issue, municipal politicians as well as those at the other two levels of government have to answer one very important question : "Will Canada still be Canada if the current flood of senseless immigration continues?" For those politicians who seem to think that it will be the same, we have copied below the mild-mannered but despairing view of an immigrant from a Third World country. Such countries have provided the vast majority of the immigrants Canada has received in the past 23 years. This immigrant sees the Canada he came to being replaced by the failed societies that many recent immigrants came from :

" I am an immigrant who moved to Canada to live in a society which is based on reason. I have been disappointed with the focus on multiculturalism and lowering of standards in the name of recognizing foreign credentials. After making huge personal sacrifices to move here, I find it very frustrating that all that I thought I had left behind (and escaped from) stares me in the face everyday in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area)"

To him, it would seem, the word "multiculturalism" does not mean "multi-ethnic". On the contrary, it means a sinister dilution of Canada's traditions and its mainstream population, and a changing of Canada into something that most Canadians, even many recently-arrived immigrants, never asked for and never wanted ...

Toronto, Canada

#3 Jul 5, 2014

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