Monthly Archives: December 2011

Britains natural heritage being sacrificed in the name of ‘immigration’

The reason Britain’s forestry Commission is being ‘forced’ to sell publicly-owned forests to developers and logging companies is two-fold.  Firstly, the government is not willing to provide sufficient funding to maintain Britain’s remaining historic forests and woodlands, and secondly, Britain’s insane third-world immigration policies are flooding Britain’s limited landmass with more people than it can sustain, resulting in a remorseless need for more land for housing at the expense of our natural environment, and increasing the need for cleared farmland to grow food supplies.

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The Toronto District School Board and China, an unlikely alliance

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian – Jeff Goodall

By Mihael Willman

Canadian politicians at all levels of government appear to be living in la-la-land when it comes to their attitude towards or relations with the communist Peoples Republic of China.

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