Firstly, there is no reported mention of the refugee and ‘family re-unification’ programmes, which deposit the greater bulk of illiterate and often criminally-minded third-worlders into our midst.
As long as just saying “I am a refugee!” results in a standard of living superior to actually working in their countries of origin, we will continue to be flooded with unwanted third-worlders who are often unwilling to support themselves, even if capable of doing so.
Family re-unification is carried out regardless of eligibility or suitability, often resulting in more numbers being added to our hordes of non-producing ghetto-dwellers.
Someone is allowed into the country to act as a ‘maid’ for a well-off family, and in just a few years the rest of us end up having to carry the burden for however many children and other relatives can automatically waltz in here as a consequence.
Having businesses send scouts to other countries to recruit the best they have deprives the source countries of their brightest and best, and condemns them to continuing third-world status, and us to ever-increasing foreign aid payouts.
And what is so attractive about “young people from countries like Greece, Spain, Portugal, and Ireland”? They will bring with them the “lengthy-holiday-entitlements-and-benefits-for-life” mentality that dragged their countries down in the first place. That is not going to help!
And how much of this ‘recruiting’ will be carried out by immigrant-owned companies seeking to fast-track relatives and friends? And how many Chinese, Russian and other espionage-types will be emplaced with ridiculous ease by companies set up specifically for that purpose by the People’s Liberation Army and the Russian Federation?
The first thing we need to do is to stop all immigration whatsoever, so as to give ourselves some breathing room. Then, we must evaluate those immigrants already here, and begin repatriating those whose culture and lifestyle inclines them to consume services without contributing anything in return.
Anything else is national suicide.
Tories pitching ‘significant’ immigration reform
Daniel Proussalidis: Jan. 29th, 2012
OTTAWA – As Parliament resumes sitting on Monday with pensions and the 2012 budget top of its mind, the Conservatives will also throw what the prime minister has called “significant reform of our immigration system” into the mix.
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney told Sun News Network on Thursday one of the biggest changes will be to “invite businesses to go overseas, recruit the people who they think will work well in their companies, give them those job offers, and then we’ll bring them in (to Canada) on a super-fast basis.”
But the Tories will also change the system that grades prospective immigrants on their language and work skills, among other factors, to determine whether they’ll be allowed to come live in Canada.
“In 2012, we will be reforming our federal points system, called our Skilled Worker Program, to attract those people who we know, based on research, are most likely to succeed – younger immigrants, people with pre-arranged jobs in Canada, folks with higher levels of income,” said Kenney.
Those kinds of changes could make Canada increasingly tempting for young people from countries like Greece, Spain, Portugal, and Ireland as they deal with high unemployment and debt crises.
Reports in the Wall Street Journal indicate the booming Australian economy has already attracted thousands of Greeks seeking a better life.
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