Archive for the ‘Canadian Immigration Issues’ Category

Black Crime – Greater Toronto Area – March 22nd, 2018

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Seven items in total…

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…

“Police seek two men after man pistol-whipped during Whitby home invasion” (March 21st) here.

“Three flee with cash, merchandise after armed robbery in Pickering” (March 19th) here.


Bomb Threat A “False-Flag”, But Blame The Right Anyway!

Thursday, October 26th, 2017

On March 2nd of this year, an article was posted to the McGill Daily website which states at the top of its home page that “The McGill Daily is located on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory” just to make the guilt issues clear.  The article is headed “Bomb threat targets Muslim students at Concordia”, with the sub-heading “White supremacist group promises to spread [their] fight to McGill too”. Written by Ryan Canon, and with the ominous caution “Content warning: violence, white supremacy, Islamophobia”, the article begins by telling us that “Early on Wednesday March 1, several media outlets in Montreal received a bomb threat claiming to be from the ‘Council of Concerned Citizens of Canada,’ a white supremacist organization also known as C4.”


Jagmeet Singh Elected Federal NDP Leader

Sunday, October 8th, 2017

Five items in total…

“Canadian politics needed a shift. They needed fresher, younger faces to come in now. And Jagmeet is part of that change… A beard or a turban means nothing now.” – Binder Singh, present for the election results, quoted by Alex Ballingall in “It’s about the dream: NDP supporters hail Jagmeet Singh’s leadership win” – Toronto Star, Oct. 1st, 2017.


Canada’s 150th Birthday: We Are Running Out Of Time…

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

I arrived in Toronto on July 8th, 1966, in Canada’s 99th year. The population of Toronto was around 95% White, the rest being Indians (currently referred to as “indiginous” – the nom-du-jour can change quite frequently), and Blacks, whose ancestors arrived here via the Underground Railway. Others were few and far between.

One of the “others” was a Jamaican work-mate whose mother was Black and his father Jewish, a rather unusual mix I would think! He wanted to go out for a few beers after work one Friday, and we went to the El Mocambo, later to become famous thanks to the Rolling Stones, (with an assist from Justin Trudeau’s mother Margaret).


Trudeau Liberals Try To Get Immigration Critic Fired

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

“Last month, I broke a story about how the Trudeau government was quietly rubber-stamping possibly dangerous refugees into Canada… Last week, I broke three news stories about how the Trudeau government had fast-tracked Syrian refugees without conducting proper background checks… Yesterday, Bruce Anderson – the well-known Liberal commenter, formerly a panelist on CBC’s At Issue, and the father of Justin Trudeau’s Director of Communications – called for my boss at the Toronto Sun to fire me. Justin Trudeau’s communication advisor, a taxpayer-funded employee of the Government of Canada, publicly endorsed Bruce Anderson’s call for me to be fired.” – Candice Malcolm.


Black Crime – Greater Toronto Area – May 26th, 2017

Friday, May 26th, 2017

Black crime in the Greater Toronto Area, and Kingston.

Six items in total…

Toronto: Black runs up behind woman and drop-kicks her from behind

Mississauga: Another arrest in gang-related murder

Oshawa: Suspect sought for assaulting woman and dragging her into a car


Random Quotations – Immigration Issues – March 18th, 2017

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Issues affecting Canada – four items in total…

“Illegal migrants crossing Canada’s borders are hopping off planes in New York and busing directly north, says the head of Canada’s border agents union… ‘People are leaving from different countries and flying into New York City and they’re taking a bus’… The bus lets them off at the northern most part of their route in upstate New York, Fortin said. Then they take a cab right up to the border and walk over.” – Anthony Furey, “Illegal border crossings a ‘crisis’ – union head” – Toronto Sun, March 11th, 2017.
“There is a trend right now… People are leaving from different countries and flying into New York City and they’re taking a bus… The Americans are well aware of what’s taking place right now… They’re not making it harder for them.” – Jean-Pierre Fortin, national president of the Customs and Immigration Union, quoted by Anthony Furey in the above article.


Immigration, House Prices, and Vancouver – An Analysis

Friday, March 10th, 2017

“Four decades ago, even when the gap between local wages and housing prices was not nearly as severe as it is today, economist Gordon Soules published an eye-opening book titled The Housing Crisis: Causes, Effects, Solutions… In it, Art Phillips, Bill Vander Zalm and Mike Harcourt detail a fist-full of reasons that house prices were so high in Metro Vancouver, including lack of zoning density and inadequate social housing… The politicians did not shy away from how high immigration rates and foreign capital were among the biggest contributors to the city’s rising prices – phenomenons re-confirmed this year by UBC geographers David Ley, Dan Hiebert and other scholars” – and – “I maintain that the primary approach to solving the housing problem in the Greater Vancouver area lies in the immediate reduction and future control of immigration.” – Then-mayor Art Phillips of Vancouver, mid-1970’s (1).


Thought crimes and regular crimes…

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

I generally agree with John Thompson, (see the link to his web-site below), but find myself unable to do so with regards to his most recent communique.

His statement that “If you think your cause is worth breaking a law to make your point, your trip before the judge and the dignified acceptance of what they award is even more important than parading with a placard” (*) resonated with me.

I did that during the Sixties and Seventies while demonstrating against American draft dodgers and deserters, peace-marchers, communist party members, union goons, and the “Canadians For The National Liberation Front”.  And in my opinion, if you plead guilty and take the crap, you are morally justified in doing it again as many times as necessary.


Last chance to protest M-103 – do it now!

Monday, February 13th, 2017

Here is the text of a letter I sent to Canada Free Press which was published yesterday, and a list of politicians who should be contacted:

“Dear Editor:

“The Commons will be voting on the adoption of M-103 “Systemic racism and religious discrimination” on Thursday, and this is the last opportunity to contact our politicians urging them to reject this blatant attempt to muzzle free speech.

“According to the Gatestone Institute, M-103 is very likely a consequence of the Muslim Brotherhood’s agenda to infiltrate Canadian politics and silence any dissent against civilizational jihad: “It had been reported prior to 2015 that the Muslim Brotherhood and Jamaat-e-Islami front groups would use the Liberal Party of Canada as a vehicle for political entryism… The article also noted the roles of ISNA Canada and ICNA Canada in these efforts.” I am gravely concerned that adoption of this Motion will lead to criminalizing those expressing legitimate concerns about the dangers posed to democracy by Sharia Law, which Premier Dalton McGuinty rejected in 2008 .

“Merely pointing out the massive increases in sexual assaults committed in such countries as Sweden and Germany, and mass criminal acts such as car-burnings in France, or child sex-grooming and paedophile gang-rape such as in Rotherham, could result in charges. Criticism of honour killings and female genital mutilation – or merely offending a Muslim – could result in incarceration. It’s time to take a stand, and the time to do it is now.”