Why immigration

Being Edited August 2023

Introduction: This collection of notes is an exploration of immigration in Canada.

Why immigration?
Reason 1: Cheap Labour
Reason 2: Colonialism
Reason 3: Lay the Ground work for Fascism
Reason 4: The Trudeau’s
Reason 5: Majority Minority Ridings

The notion of immigration is based upon a few fallacies.
Fallacy 1: Canada is a huge country
Fallacy 2: Helping the poor of the world
Fallacy 3: Immigrants add to our wealth
Fallacy 4: Labour Shortages
Fallacy 5: It enriches us
Fallacy 6: Canada Pension Plan
Fallacy 7: Multiculturalism is our strength

Mass Immigration exasperates a number of serious problems

Problems made worse by immigration include

~Need for New Nuclear Power plants
~Sky-rocketing housing prices
~Building without a tax base
~Building over our greenbelts and agriclutural lands
~Pressure on our health care system
~Wage Stagnation
~Security / Balkanization
~Species loss
~Loss of Euroean Cultural heritage and history

What can be done?
What can be done 1: Do not racialize the problem
What can be done 2: Close the door behind you
What can be done 3: Get Active
What can be done 4: Do not tip the life boat

Reason 1: Cheap Labour

I was born (1950’s) into a world of just under 2 Billion people. It was a world of relative labour scarcity and wage purchasing power was higher than today, housing, food, fuel and cars all cheaper in comparison to wages. Most families had one wage earner and could afford a house.

There was so much more of everything to go around. Today our markets are flooded with labour, cheap labour. Half the world works for less than $2.00 a day. So why does our government want more people competing for the same jobs in Canada? The answer is easy, they represent the corporate class and not the working class.

As an interesting exercise look at Japan, a shrinking population with stable housing prices and this year they set records for massive increases in pay for workers.

Those same people who argue supply and demand somehow think brining 500,000 immigrants a year into the country is not going to affect wages.

Reason 2: Colonization

We bring in the skilled and unskilled. Engineers, Technologists, Doctors, Nursses and Teachers, people who are desperately needed in thier home countries. While it works for us, its unethical and highly immoral. We mine poor countries the best and brightest they have, leaving them in a state of intellectual poverty as a result of the “brain drain” we induce.

We also bring in unskilled workers who cannot afford a $700,000 home, the average price of a home in Canada, but much lower than the average price of homes in Vancouver and Toronto where most immigrants go.

The trend of bringing in cheap labour that has no hope of home ownership will create social tension and be labelled systemic racism leading to “land reform”. The systemic racism of the Trudeau family for balkanizing Canada and not seeing the problem developing and avoiding it.

Reason 3: Lay the Ground work for Fascism

Excellent articles on the groundwork for fascism can be found in the writings of Eric Hoffer, Karl Pollanyi and Umberto Eco

Umberto Eco has a traditional check-list of what to watch for, he survived Italian fascism and the parallels to our government Liberal Conservative and NDP are apparent.

Karl Pollanyi wrote “The Great Transformation”, outlining how government intervention in the econmy, creating a “free market” only consolidates wealth and impoverishes workers and communities. This transformation leads to powerful corporatism and inevitably fascism.

Eric Hoffer wrote “The True Believer” outlining how to prepare a population for fascism, you need an enemy, a new poor class, and indoctrination. We have all three in the Liberal Immigration plan.

Reason 4: The Trudeau’s

Pierre Trudeau was the creator of Multi-cultural ism he famously idolized fascists, the likes of Stalin, Mao and Castro, he had a history of supporting fascists and oh how he loved to travel.

~He was in Ghana when Communist Kwame Nkrumah took control.
~He was in Algeria when Communist Ahmed Ben Bella took over.
~He was in Cuba in 1961, at about the time of the Bay of Pigs, the U.S. Coast Guard picked him up and deported Pierre to Canada
~He returned to Cuba in 1964, He doesn’t say what happened there. Neither did Fidel.

Sadly Pierre Elliot found Canada a poor hotbed of civil unrest. Yes Quebec wanted to separate but that would not lead to the revolution he wanted. Canada lacked the new poor, the racial strife, the turmoil that made his fascist ideation a possibility.

Reason 5: Majority Minority Ridings

“Majority minority” ridings are white-minority ridings. Analyzing the ethnic make-up of a particular riding, Liberal strategists run candidates certain to resonate with thier strategically placed “new arrivals”. Religious identity plays a critical role.

Brampton South: Liberal MP Sonia Sidhu:
Brampton North, Liberal MP Ruby Sahota.
Brampton East: Liberal MP Maninder Sidhu.
Brampton Centre: Liberal MP Shafiq Ali.
Brampton East: Liberal MP Vic Dhillon.

The Liberals are not multicultural allowing for a plurality of voices they are ethno-centric with a back-room strategy of concentrating immigrants in ridings then putting up a candidate to appeal to the newly concentrated ethnic minority. They have to achieve a 25% critical mass to achieve thier goals. The newly arrived happy to vote for a “native” and the natives being progressive by voting for a newly minted “Canadian”.

Australia, has taken a stand “Beginning in July, 2017, the eligibility of several members of the Parliament of Australia was questioned. Referred to by some as a constitutional crisis, fifteen sitting politicians were ruled ineligible by the High Court of Australia. The Australian constitution prohibits parliamentarians from having allegiance to a foreign power, especially citizenship.” “On that basis, the High Court had previously held that dual citizens are ineligible for election unless they have taken reasonable steps to renounce the foreign citizenship before nomination.”

Scarborough North, Salma Zahid, is a triple citizen, holding passports from Pakistan, Britain and Canada. Zahid was elected to office on October 19th, 2015, the same day Justin Trudeau became prime minister. Qualifications for the job, a background in ethnic-based social activism, working for a Liberal-funded Multicultural non-profit organization.

The Liberal strategy is create “majority minority” ridings or white-minority riding. Richmond, British Columbia is one such riding: 60.1% Chinese, 17.2% White, 6.1% Filipino, 4.9% South Asian, 1.8% Japanese, 1.3% Southeast Asian. Richmond B.C. is a minority-white Canadian city. A walk down main street functions as a replica of a stroll through the streets of Hong Kong. Chinese public signage dominates the business district, while Mandarin dominates conversation on the street. “China’s former consul general in Vancouver, Tong Xiaoling, boasted in 2021 about how she helped defeat two Conservative MPs,
Mr. Chiu told Postmedia News that he wasn’t surprised by the claim that the 2021 election campaign was manipulated by interference from China’s consul in Vancouver. “Chiu characterized Beijing’s efforts as weaponizing nationalism and potentially harming our multicultural fabric in Canada by manipulating diaspora communities in Canada.”

Ethnic identity politics in Canada have progressed to the point where individual ridings are controlled by globalist forces such as China. Given its extremity, one could argue that the phenomenon has become powerful enough to skew the results of federal elections in Canada. This is how Trudeau and the Liberals won federal elections in 2015, 2019, and 2021?

It is true, it is true that we were beaten, but in the end, by what? By money and certain ethnic votes, essentially.

1995 referendum concession speech.
Jacques Parizeau (1930 – 2015) Canadian economist, sovereigntist, 26th Premier of Quebec 1994 to 1996.

Reason 6: Political cowardice

Canadian Governments are unwilling to stop immigration, it opens them up to race baiting and sadly the idea of mass immigration has become a kind of religion in Canada. 50 years of pro immigration corporate propaganda has made flooding the country, missing our carbon targets, destroying our resources and destabilizing the labour makret is seen as a virtue. Sadly liberals and conservatives only know how to “buy immigrants’ votes” in return for all kind of favours for them. This leads to a two tiered system where “old order” pioneer Canadians are subsidizing migrant immigrants. The pioneers are left speechless for fear of being called racist.

To open the public debate on immigration issues and end the current madness requires that the costs of immigration needs to be brought front and centre. All voters, the tribal peoples, the pioneers and recent immigrants would all benefit from no further immigration.

Immigration policy based on fallacies

Fallacy 1: Canada is a huge country

Canada is a vast country of rock and gravel with arable land about the size of France and England combined. We are actually a small country on the edge of a vast gravel plain and rock outcrop.

More details can be found here

Fallacy 2: Helping the poor of the world

Fallacy 3: Immigrants add to our wealth

We are told we need immigrants to keep our economy going, however the Fraser institute reports that the burden is $6,000 per person who immigrates to Canada.

We estimated in our earlier papers that because of the low average incomes of recent immigrants, the low taxes they pay and the government services they absorb, the fiscal burden on Canadian taxpayers was over $6,000 per capita in fiscal year 2005/06, and that the total fiscal burden in that year was between $16.3 billion and $23.6 billion. The basic methodology employed in our studies has not been challenged and Jason Kenney, the Minister of Employment and Social Development cited our studies in a speech as providing the evidence for “why we [the Government] fundamentally reformed our immigration system”.

The Fraser Institute Immigration and the Welfare State Revisited: Fiscal Transfers to Immigrants in Canada in 2014 Published on November 10, 2015

Fallacy 4: Labour Shortages

In 2022, in addition to 437,000 immigrants (or permanent residents), there was a net increase in the number of non-permanent residents (temporary foreign workers, foreign students, and refugees) in Canada estimated at 608,000. Both of these numbers represent the highest levels on record.

Commonly used arguments in support of higher immigration levels are flawed. High immigration in itself cannot solve the labour shortages that affect some sectors of the economy. Immigrants are not just workers but also consumers of goods and services, which creates demand for labour in other sectors and simply displaces the problem. This explains why we still have labour shortages even though Canada has had one of the highest levels of immigration in the world for several years.

Moreover, only about one quarter of all newcomers to Canada every year are directly chosen because they have the right qualifications and work experience to fulfill our economic needs. The rest are dependents (spouses and children) of economic immigrants, or come through the family reunification program or as refugees. They either do not work, or do not have the skills that are most in need even if they find work.

Some Smart ass

Fallacy5: It enriches us

Mass immigration partly explains why wages and productivity have been stagnant in Canada, as cheaper immigrant labour is often favoured by employers over capital investment and automation. Japan does not depend on mass immigration of third world labour, rather they innovate in automation and have higher wages as a result.

“Japan is a highly robotised country and a global frontrunner in the use of robots for everyday life”.

Dr Susanne Bieller, General Secretary of the International Federation of Robotics.

Although a large increase in the number of workers makes our economy larger, it also makes it less productive and impede GDP growth per capita. What’s important is not to have a larger economy, but to be richer.

Fallacy 6: Canada Pension Plan

Whule it is true that the Canada Pension plan needs members, immigration will not have the desired result.

Firstly Mass immigration increases pressure on our infrastructures, health care system, and social programs.

Secondly It inflates housing prices. More than 41% of all immigrants to Canada settle in and around Toronto and Vancouver, which have some of the least affordable housing among big cities in the world

Lastly the while immigrants are younger on average than Canadians, but not enough to have a noticeable impact on the rate of aging. The Liberal government has made matters worse by increasing the number of parents and grand-parents accepted under the family reunification program, thereby increasing pressure on health care and pension services.

Fallacy 7: Multiculturalism is our strength

Before 1980 Canada was 97% European and over 70% of Canadians had a grandparent who was born in Canada. At that time our strength came from the Scientific Revolution, the pursuit of knowledge obtained by means of reason and the evidence of the senses, and ideals such as natural law, liberty, progress, toleration, fraternity, constitutional government, and separation of church and state.

Through mass immigration we have changed where half the country is foreign born and Europeans are a minority in most urban areas. Now in a twisted Orwellian world of nonsense “OUR STRENGTH IS DIVERSITY” The dream is best summarized by the following quote by Justin Trudeau.

Our celebration of difference needs to extend to differences of values and belief, too. Diversity includes political and cultural diversity. It’s far too easy… to engage only with people with whom we already agree — members of our tribe. Well, this world is and must be bigger than that. … To let yourself be vulnerable to another point of view — that’s what takes true courage. To open yourself to another’s convictions, and risk being convinced, a little, or a lot, of the validity of their perspective.

Justin Trudeau Encouraging graduates to be open to healthy debate, in his commencement address to the Class of 2018 at New York University (16 May 2018) · Video at YouTube

Cultural Diversity

~In Uganda 2 men are being charged with homosexuality, the punishment death. Is this the cultural diversity Trudeau admires?

~In the United Arab republic women lack the most basic human rights. Is this the cultural diversity Trudeau admires?

~In both Hindu and Muslim cultures honour killings are allowed. Is the the cultural diversity Trudeau admires?

~More than 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone female genital mutilation in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia where FGM is practised. Is the cultural diversity Trudeau admires?

~As of 2022, 650 million girls in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East were forced to marry on threat of physical violence. Is a marriage where the women is married without consent, against their will and unable to exit the marriage the kind of cultural diversity “feminist ” Trudeau believes in?

With the influx of Muslims, Hindus, Arabs and Africans we are seeing thier barbaric behaviours on our shores. Racism is the act of thinking your race is superiour to another. Stupidity is not seeing that a culture of honour killings, suppression of womens rights, killing of people with a different vision of thier sexuality or rigid castes structures is not an inferior way of being. It is not recognizing that the freedoms and ideals of a group of 20 milloin Europeans is going to be washed away by a billion people who do not share your values.

To paraphrase Richard Dawkins we want to be open mineded but not so open minded our brains fall out.

In Canada, can we speak of acceptance, openness, friendship, understanding? It is about where we are going and what we are going through every day in our diverse and rich communities

Justing Trudeau quoted by The Guardian, Justin Trudeau rules out burkini ban in Canada (August 23, 2016).

Notes unorganized

~Substantially lower the total number of immigrants and refugees Canada accept every year, from 500,000 planned by the Liberal government in 2025, to under 100,000, depending on economic and other circumstances.

~Reform the immigration point system and the related programs to accept a larger proportion of economic immigrants with the right skills.

~ Substantially lower the number of immigrants accepted under the family reunification program, including abolishing the program for parents and grand-parents.

~Substantially lower the number of temporary foreign workers and make sure that they fulfil temporary positions and do not compete unfairly with Canadian workers.

~ Substantially lower the number of visas for foreign students.

~ Change the law to make birth tourism illegal.

~Ensure that every candidate for immigration undergoes a face-to-face interview and answers a series of specific questions to assess the extent to which they align with Canadian values and societal norms .

~ Increase resources for CSIS, the RCMP, and Canadian Immigration and Citizenship to do interviews and thorough background checks on all classes of immigrants.

~Give priority to refugees belonging to persecuted groups who have nowhere to go in neighbouring countries. For example: Christians, Yazidis, and members of other minority religions in majority Muslim countries; members of the Ahmadi community, and other Muslims in these countries who are persecuted because they reject political Islam and adhere to Western values.

~ Rely on private sponsorships instead of having the government pay for all the costs of resettling refugees in Canada.

~Take Canada out of the UN’s Global Compact for Migration

Our population is stable and like Turkey or Finland we have no need for mass immigration. We do not have an over population problem other than immigration. Our population problems entirely self inflicted, our supply of necessities exceeds the people unlike other parts of the world where poverty is created by the number of people exceeding the supply of basic goods. Our government in the name of lowering wages, increasing GDP and consuming for the sake of consuming is planning on brining in 500,000 new immigrants a year for the next 5 years.

500,000 a year from Africa

Africa is overpopulated, many are starving. The average famly still has 4, 5 or 6 children. Families with 10 and more children are not uncommon. Africa has a people problem and we will take the most highly educated from countries like Niger, Uganda, Zambia and Somalia. We will; like every good colonial power; take the doctors and engineers from the poorest overpopulated places, further exasperating their suffering and raping thier infrastructure.


List of environmental problems pend on for survival is under threat, It is those at the bottom that feel the pain not those at the top.


Ahmed Hussen

Why so many from Africa? Canada s mass Immigration plan was concieved by former Minister Ahmed Hussen a refugee from Somalia. Hussen sees Canada as “a nation of immigrants.” Perhaps not realizing that in 1970 before his arrival 70% of Canadians had grandparents that were born here. Canada is not a nation of immigrants it is still largely a nation of English and French.

The liberals like to say they have created a parliment that reflects canada however the makeup of thier causus does not.

Background Immigration a success at stagnating wages

The success of the Canadian immigration programs is primarily to the benefit of corporatism. We have stagnated wages in Canada for the last 40 years and that is of course the point of the program. We are not going to solve the population problem in the Philippines with thier 200+ million poeple by having them come to the limited arable land we have in Canada. In fact the ones who do come and send money home are the very definition of colonials, extracting wealth and returning it home.

How is an influx of 500,000 immigrants a year is going to affect you

4 ways

1: Higher property taxes
2: More equity hiring, human rights complaints
3: More crowding, congestion on the roads, hospitals and schools
4: Fundamental changing of your culture as Canadians.

1: Higher municipal property taxes

The province recently passed legislation that gives mayors of Toronto and Ottawa veto power over bylaws that conflict with provincial priorities, such as building housing. We have a housing crisis now without a half a million people new “Canadians” a year translating into hundreds of thousands of new people to Vancouver, Edomonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax.

We do not have the housing for the people here, now, so we have to change our laws to build houses faster. “So, hopefully they’ll be able to use it to build attainable and affordable homes. The powers are meant as a tool to cut through bureaucracy and the not-in-my-backyard crowd” Premier Ford said. In other words you have no say. The new arrivals we be in your backyard.

Those fees collected from new construction pay for roads, transit, sewers, water and other projects. So who is going to pay for the subsidized housing for this wave of 500,000 new immigrants from Africa, you are, in higher property taxes or lower levels of city services.

If we do not build these new black immigrants homes we are of course racist bastards perpetuating systemic racism and exerting our white privilege. So the Immigration minister from Somalia is flooding the country with Aricans and Mr “I am sorry” Trudeau is putting downward pressure on Ford to push the cost down to you and me and our city property taxes.

The end result super mayors over ride zoning and build over our green belts to accommodate people from away.

2: More equity hiring, human rights complaints

Canada was 97% white in 1970, 50 years later 70% white, the whites here the longest are doing the best, families accumulate wealth, that is called “systemic racism”.

In Canada, a government job is a sweet ride, above average wages, indexed pensions, and no real accountability to the bottom line. Canadas propaganda arm; the CBC is working to “accelerate progress” on its Diversity and Inclusion Plan, citing “troubling” stories from employees who have reported being affected by racism both personally and professionally while working at CBC.

The directive sets out a hiring quota for senior positions as well as a target to retain and promote more minorities. Forget about ability, its your colour that matters. There were stories after all. In fact “Half of all new hires for executive and senior management positions will be Visible minorities, and Retention and promotion rates for these people will be doubled. Your tax dollars at work undermining your career if you are not “visible”

In other words by bringing in Asians, Blacks, South East Indians to a predominately white country the white people have to not only be friendly and smile about it but you have to give up the best jobs at large corporations, the CBC, universities and any other workplace who joins the diversity is great bandwagon for fear of being outed as a racist.

If you disagree you are a racist hate monger who has the white privilege of wage stagnation brought on by the masses of new “visible” arrivals all of whom require more support.

It gets more offensive with Trudeau’s announcement of the Black Entrepreneurship Program, to help support Black business owners and entrepreneurs while also building upon the country’s goal to address the systemic racism brought on by thier immigration.

I searched for an Irish fund, a Scottish fund, a Swedish fund, but suprisingly none were found. It seems only Blacks need this gift from the Canadian government.

A $221-million program along with funds from RBC, BMO, Scotiabank, CIBC, National Bank, TD, Vancity, and Alterna Savings — to create a new Black entrepreneurship loan program which will provide only Black entrepreneurs with loans between $25,000 and $250,000. Another $53 million from the federal government will go toward helping blacks access funding, capital, mentorship, financial planning services and business training, while $6.5 million will go support collecting data on the state of Black entrepreneurship in Canada.

If this is not racism I do not know what is.

3: More crowding, congestion on the roads, hospitals and schools

Studies by the Fraser Institute say immigrants are imposing a “fiscal burden” of about $20 billion a year on Canadian taxpayers and recommends a number of radical changes to the country’s immigration selection process, including bringing an end to the sponsorship of parents and grandparents. They recommend getting rid of the current system altogether, because it relies on decisions made by politicians on issues which are virtually unknowable. in others words they do not make sense.

So what does this 20 billion dollar a year burden mean, its about 2 thousand dollars a year for each of the 10 million working Canadians, its the traffic congestion as you drive to work, its the long wait lines at hospitals, its the crowding in schools and the lack of support for your children, its the services you simply cannot get because they are being given to people who have not contributed for the last 30 or 40 years. They just show up and if they do not get exactly what you and your family have worked for, for generations its systemic racism. If they do not get the best government jobs and a raise soon after to supervisor that also is systemic racism and your a racist person of privilege if you can not see it.

4: Fundamental changing of your culture as Canadians.

50 years ago, pre Trudeau 1 or 2, Canada was 97% of European Decent and had been for the previous 200 years. True there were about 2,000 blacks in Nova Scotia, a few thousand more Asians on the west coast but less than 1% native, 1% Asian and the balance a mixture. Canada was a white European country. Famous as a peace keeper, Toronto was known as Toronto the Good and the characterisations of Ontario as boring was well earned. It was a boring protestant place, Quebec largely a boring Roman Catholic place and that was Canada’s culture in a nut shell. No Drama. if you were poor you were lazy or a drunk. If you did not get into university your just were not smart enough. No longer, now you are the victim of systemic racism.

So why do this act of cultural, economic suicide ?

The plan bring in people from around the world, why, to make the conflicting groups easier to manipulate and drive the country towards fascism. I am sure Pierre Elliot was reading the writing of Tofler and Pollyani who were both warning against the root causes of fascism. Sadly he used the knowledge to create the conditions to make fascism ripe rather than to put in place checks to prevent it.

Weird Sly Kip Nov 16 2022

8 Billion people.

About 12,500 years ago Canada had no human inhabitants. Much of the planet was altered by a series of meteor impacts on the frozen landscape. They are memorialised by two craters in Greenland a 19-mile-wide crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier and another 12 mile wide crater nearby.

Map courtesy NASA

It is theorized that this series of impacts lead to the extinction of the Clovis People, the Younger Dryas mini iceage and large numbers of North American large mammals.

Today immigration is not wandering tribes of survivors but rather a political strategy of the corporate class in North Ameria.

The Effects of Mass Immigration on Canadian Living Standards and Society, Edited by Herbert Grubel, Vancouver: The Fraser Institute, 2009, 236 p., ISBN 978-0-88975-246-7.