The following letter is already posted on-line, and will be in tomorrow’s Toronto Sun hard-copies.
I sometimes send in letters to the editor just to let off steam, never expecting them to be published. Oh well, if I don’t post anything here for a while (again!) you should be able to write to me at my jail cell…
There seems to be no shortage of Black crime in the eastern Greater Toronto Area. Sometimes it is gangs of Black kids threatening White kids to steal their cell-phones and cash, other times it is home-invasions, and armed bank robberies and store robberies. Predatory crimes of this nature were considerably fewer when I got here in 1966, and very often the race of the perpetrators is witheld by the police or the press whenever such crimes are reported…
“Man sought in bear spray incident at Oshawa mall” here.
“Brampton man allegedly broke woman’s ribs, forced her into sex trade” here.
“Durham police searching for two masked men after home invasion in Ajax” here.
“Man wanted in Beaches shooting arrested for attempted murder” here.
“Man sought after student threatened with gun at school” here.
“Suspects flee empty-handed after robbery attempt at Oshawa store” here.
“Clerk roughed up in armed robbery at Whitby cellphone shop” here.
This is the text of a letter I just sent to Prime Minister Trudeau and others regarding his intention to sign the above “pact” a week or so from now. It should be self-explanatory. If you agree with me, I suggest you send in your own email message ASAP.
Letter “Power To The People” (Toronto Sun, Oct. 28th, 2018)
“Re ‘An open letter to Canadians on why we need change’ (Andrew Scheer, Oct. 21): Nowhere in all 950 words of his ‘open letter’ does Scheer address the issue of immigration, thus failing to address an issue which will cause him considerable grief in the next election. Our political parties have ignored this issue for years, and Canadians’ concerns regarding the need to address both quality and quantity in immigration have been ignored. Our political parties are in fierce competition to import and retain the ‘immigrant vote,’ and our foreign policy and foreign aid decisions are often determined by domestic political considerations rather than by Canada’s best interests. Maxime Bernier’s statements on immigration and multiculturalism offer hope for a reversal, and I believe that the ‘People’s Party’ could hold the balance of power after the next election.” – Jeff Goodall, Oshawa.
Here are some reviews of the Radisson Hotel Toronto East, “TripAdvisor” webpage, link below.
Be careful. This place is dangerous
I cannot even believe the nightmare that is the Radisson Hotel Toronto East. In Toronto I typically stay at the Westin but this was a quick trip. Don’t make that mistake. There are uncivilized refugees everywhere; in the lobby, in the pool, and it looks like they are also in the ladies room at lobby level. It’s like this is a 9/11 training camp. There are suspicious people lurking around every corner and if I was not a Marine I’d feel threatened. No female should stay there. I never thought I would go into a hotel thinking I might need to defend myself, but that is exactly what I thought once walking into the lobby. The place stinks. Literally. There are kids grabbing at your watch and your back pocket (I grew up in NYC, my wallet is always in my front pocket). The noise is immeasurable and does not stop when it is time to sleep. The entire place is hot even though the outside is relatively cool. The a/c simply does not work. Not that it matters, it seems the refugee guests forgot there are showers in their rooms and the smell is nauseating. Thank goodness this was a one-and-done night.
Just don’t do it.
“Re ‘Bernier’s self-centred move will give the Libs another mandate’ (Lorne Gunter, Aug. 23): Mr. Gunter, and a great many others, are so concerned about stopping Trudeau that the main point, which many may not yet consciously realize, is being lost. Since massive Third World immigration was foisted on us some 50 years ago, all four political parties have been in politically correct lock-step regarding multiculturalism. “Hate crime” laws and “human rights” commissions have been created to deter any resistance, so not only are we voiceless, we are also penalized and censored if we try to express our feelings. Maxime Bernier is setting up a political party which will speak for us on these issues, and believe me, the support he is going to receive will be absolutely massive. Politics itself is no longer the issue, as people are now thoroughly sick and tired of politicians who will sell out the “traditional” Canadians who built this country in exchange for imported voting blocs to keep themselves in power. Scheer and Trudeau differ only in the speed at which they will take us to our destruction, and this stupid “Liberals versus Conservatives” charade has to end before it destroys us. Prepare to be amazed.” (Toronto Sun, Aug. 28th).
Below is the text of a message I just sent to Maxime Bernier regarding his comments that “Having people live among us who reject basic Western values such as freedom, equality, tolerance and openness doesn’t make us strong. People who refuse to integrate into our society and want to live apart in their ghetto don’t make our society strong” – and – “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism and cult of diversity will divide us into little tribes that have less and less in common, apart from their dependence on government in Ottawa. These tribes become political clienteles to be bought with taxpayers (money) and special privileges.”
The quotes come from the Canadian Press item “Maxime Bernier slams Justin Trudeau for promoting ‘ever more’ diversity” which appeared in the Toronto Sun yesterday (*).
The third and final leaders’ debate is over. It is the only one that I bothered to watch, as it was by far the most important, and I wanted to see how the leaders performed in view of their relative standings going into the final stretch.
My primary reaction was annoyance at socialist (NDP) leader Andrea Horwath’s incessant interruption of her opponents, particularly conservative (PC Ontario) leader Doug Ford, while they were taking their turns to speak. She came dead last. Incumbent Premier Kathleen Wynne (Liberal) was polished and articulate, but with hundreds of billions of dollars in debt and one billion per month just in interest payments, she is beyond redemption.
“A report that went to the Durham District School Board’s (DDSB) April 16 meeting provides a status update on the Equity and Diversity Strategic Framework, which was launched in fall 2017 with the goal of giving all students in the board a chance at success… Other equity initiatives outlined in the report include: providing 75 administrators with ‘anti-bias recruitment training’, adding 12 sections of black studies courses for Grade 11 and 12 students to the course options for 2018/2019; completing a census of DDSB staff that received 4,968 employee responses; offering ‘Draw the Line Against Transphobic Violence’ sessions that saw staff and Gay-Straight Alliance members from every DDSB high school attend; and plans for the DDSB and PFLAG to organize Durham’s first youth Pride event.”
“In a letter to an employer in his Ontario riding, a Liberal MP says his own government is wrongly invoking the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on its controversial Canada Summer Jobs attestation, and calls the whole thing ‘regrettable’ and a ‘lamentable state of affairs’… The newly added clause requires applicants for the grant program to declare their core mandate respects ‘the values underlying the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms,’ and goes on to specifically mention reproductive rights, which means access to abortions… ‘I consider this to be a ‘lamentable state of affairs, and have expressed my views both inside and outside caucus in the strongest possible terms’.” – Column “Second Liberal MP denounces Summer Jobs abortion-rights clause, says it misrepresents the Charter” – National Post, April 2nd (*).