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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:03 am
 


Title: Poll suggests majority of Canadians favour limiting immigration levels
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Posted By: N_Fiddledog
Date: 2019-06-16 14:56:47
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:03 am
 


Trudeau's everybody's welcome and the Liberal Gov'ts unwritten open border policy is reaping the rewards it so richly deserves. Alot of Canadians are getting pissed off and deservedly so.

Canadian's aren't adverse to and don't oppose immigration. What they want is controlled immigration so they don't have to feel that our country has become a lackey state of the UN and dumping ground for their policy of mass refugee resettlement.

But, you've gotta love the Liberals gall. Instead of listening to the poll the Liberals have decided to double down on "newcomers" just like the UN wants. Hussen's statement is just another example of Lib speak to trick us into thinking that refugees or "irregular" border jumpers with no discernible skills or financial parachutes and who, like it or not will become wards of the state for the foreseeable future are an immediate benefit rather than an burden to taxpayers.

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"I think the answer is to continue on an ambitious program to invest in infrastructure, to invest in housing, to invest in transit, so that everyone can benefit from those investments and that we can then use those community services to integrate newcomers, which will also benefit Canadians."


So, exactly how will transit benefit "newcomers" especially since they tend to ghettoize themselves upon arrival and how will building housing for "newcomers" benefit Canadians? If you read between the lines of his ambiguous statement Hussens saying that, after the "newcomers" get the perks and then, hopefully get themselves off the dole (probably in a generation or more) the services that Canadians paid for, for years can then be given to or used by our poor?

Seems like a long wait for the people who should be the Gov'ts priority in the first place instead of some UN sponsored immigrants and illegal border jumpers.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 5:40 am
 


"Canadian's aren't adverse to and don't oppose immigration."

I couldn't agree more. But no country should pour newcomers in as such a rate that it starts to change the very fabric of the country they are coming to.
I'm very pro-immigration - when it's done in a way that ensures the new immigrants take on Canadian values, and favours people with skills and education we need.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:43 am
 


Prof_Chomsky wrote:
"Canadian's aren't adverse to and don't oppose immigration."

I couldn't agree more. But no country should pour newcomers in as such a rate that it starts to change the very fabric of the country they are coming to.
I'm very pro-immigration - when it's done in a way that ensures the new immigrants take on Canadian values, and favours people with skills and education we need.


Welcome to the Right side of American politics when it comes to Immigration at least. :)


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:44 am
 


I agree with controls on immigration. We don't just need people; we need people who can augment our economy and enhance our way of life.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:26 pm
 


The Liberals and the other communists will ignore the people and continue with ruinous immigration polices and then they'll be so shocked when Canada eventually puts in a government that make Trump look downright moderate.


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