Racial Hiring, Immigration Myths & Degrade ISIS in Canada! Oct 12/14
Folks there are all kinds of discrimination. Sadly there is still a lot of ignorance about spiritual, gender, business and galactic matters on the planet. Many still scoff at our Residual income offer, galactic influences into our government business area which has much to do with mind control making absurd incorrect decisions about policies and people. For my issues people who continue to violate my rights in anyway due to these unconscious idiotic judgments my way will be charged I have had enough. I have a legal team primed to take actions in Canada, USA and international if needed. If you want to continue to be criminal in your choices you will pay with a variety of measures even regarding immigration in Canada. Tami
If It’s OK to Degrade ISIS in Iraq, Why Not Degrade It In Canada?
Canada’s Parliament has just voted to approve a 600 member Canadian combat mission in Iraq to counter the actions of ISIS.
It remains to be seen whether this will be a wise move or not.
As readers will see in the quotation below from a Muslim, a significant ISIS-Like presence already existed in Toronto 11 years ago . It is undoubtedly much larger today. So what is Canada’s Parliament going to do about that?
The Muslim population in Canada has increased very quickly. Unnecessary immigration from Muslim-dominated countries is the cause of that increase. In the period 2001 to 2011, Canada’s Muslim population went from 579,000 to more than 1 million. Unmonitored immigration from those countries is also the major cause of any increase in Canada’s ISIS-like supporters. In 2011, Toronto had the largest population of Muslims, at just over 424,900. Montréal had just over 221,000 and Vancouver about 73,200.
A dramatic cut in Canada’s overall immigration intake would go a long way to reducing the threat of ISIS in Canada. Once again, in sending a combat mission to Iraq, Canada is acting internationally when it should be acting domestically to clean its own house.
“IT WAS A COLD January morning in 2003 as I walked through ankle – deep icy snow into the Toronto Convention Centre. I was attending a conference of Muslims arranged by groups allied to the Saudi – based World Assembly of Muslim Youth – WAMY. The freezing temperature and frosty welcome I received at the hands of the young Islamists had not prepared me for the chilling lecture I was about to hear. The speaker, a Kuwaiti politician, said: “Western civilization is rotten from within and nearing collapse…it [the West] will continue to grow until an outside force hits it and you will be surprised at how quickly it falls.
“The crowd burst into applause. Just sixteen months beforehand, an “outside force” had hit the New York Twin Towers on 9/11, and here was Tareq Al Suwaidan, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood from Kuwait, rubbing salt into the wounds of the West. The audience of more than two thousand young Canadian Muslims, many of them associated with the Muslim Students Association (MSA), carefully segregated into male and female sections, listened in awe. Suwaidan used elaborate charts to draw projections about the impending collapse of the West. They lustily cheered the Kuwaiti Islamist as he predicted the doom of the very civilization these young men and women were living in.
“Why were these Muslim youth, (who were) born and educated in Canada, cheering the fall of the West? Did they not consider themselves to be part of the West? If they did, why would they be cheering its imminent collapse and who were they expecting to carry out the “outside force” attack? How could they, as citizens of a democratic Western country, allow a Kuwaiti politician to write the obituary of the West, but also cheer him on as he did so?”
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Preferential Hiring (what I witnessed is immigrant discrimination rampant against white Canadians with our government help Tami)
The Pursuit of Division: Race, Gender and Preferential Hiring in Canada by Dr. Martin Loney, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1998
Dr. Martin Loney is the author of “The Pursuit of Division: Race, Gender and Preferential Hiring In Canada”, the most extensive study of Canada’s employment equity (known elsewhere as affirmative action) and preferential hiring policies. Dr. Loney shows that current policies which have affected the lives of thousands of Canadians were based on the idea that “systemic discrimination against visible minorities” existed in hiring in Canada’s workplaces.
He examines a large body of data and shows that the “systemic discrimination” claim is ideologically driven, and that a number of visible minority groups were actually in employment positions superior to those of the majority population. As groups, they were actually doing better economically. Other visible minorities were doing just as well. Although some visible minorities were doing poorly, the fact that this was happening did not show that “systemic discrimination” existed. It clearly did not demonstrate that there was a need for employment equity legislation which has resulted in race-based hiring throughout Canada’s public service and in Canada’s private sector. This campaign began in the late 1980′s, has permeated all three levels of government as well as the private sector, and continues today.
However, as Dr. Loney shows, the entire Employment Equity programme, so- named to elicit a programmed politically-correct response, should have been seriously questioned at the time it was being considered. It clearly should have been rejected because it is based on a selective use of statistics, not facts. Dr. Loney demonstrates that Canada’s Employment Equity programme has created inequity for a large number of Canadians because it is institutionalized discrimination against white males. He also asserts that this preferential hiring legislation is a major divisive force in Canadian society. Canada’s federal government should be pursuing policies of unity, not division.
The following is Dr. Philip Resnick’s brief review of “The Pursuit of Division”. Dr. Resnick is a professor of political science at the University of British Columbia and author of “Twenty-First Century Democracy”.
“In this explosive study of identity politics, Martin Loney argues that an improbable alliance of radical feminists, multicultural bureaucrats, and politicians chasing ethnic votes has produced a divisive political agenda at the expense of a shared Canadian community. He examines changes to government policies that have placed race and gender at the centre of Canadian discourse and shows that ‘fraudulent claims, nepotism, shoddy research, and self-serving rhetoric have propelled a politics of grievance’ to the detriment of those who really need government assistance, Canada’s poor.
“‘The Pursuit of Division’ is a well-researched and well-argued challenge to prevailing orthodoxy on equity politics and identity politics in Canada. Loney does an extremely effective job of debunking the selective approach to data that characterizes too much of the discourse in favour of preferential treatment and brings a long overdue comparative dimension to the discussion by situating the Canadian treatment of minorities within a global framework.”
IMMIGRATION MYTHS :
MYTH #1 :
Canada needs large numbers of immigrants because it will face massive shortages of skilled labour in the coming decades.
There will be no such shortages if more Canadians acquire the needed skills, which can be accomplished if wages, government policies and other conditions encourage them to do so and the jobs are not filled by immigrants. With a few exceptions—such as the present and temporary shortage of medical workers—Canada has both the human resources and educational infrastructure to meet our skilled labour needs.
MYTH #2 :
Canada is sparsely populated and can support a much larger population.
Despite Canada’s large surface area, much of it is not suited for human habitation. It would require a large input of food and energy for any significant number of people to live there and this would have both economic and environmental costs.
A large majority of recent immigrants have chosen to live in large cities, most notably Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, because of the wider range of social services, the higher quality of life, economic opportunities and the presence of relatives and immigrant communities in these locations.
This does not result in net benefits for most of the residents of these large cities and increases pressure on educational and health care facilities as well as adds to housing costs, commute times and environmental problems.
MYTH #3 :
With an aging population and lower fertility rates, Canada needs high levels of immigration to provide the workers and tax base required to support social services for retirees.
While it is true Canadians are living longer and having fewer babies, research shows that immigration has almost no impact on offsetting the costs of an aging population. Immigrants themselves grow old and draw on social support services while on average they have families as small as those of other Canadians.
For immigrants to make a net contribution to the support of social services, they would have to pay more in taxes than they receive in benefits. In recent years this has not been the case as newcomers have usually earned substantially less than native-born Canadians and have drawn significantly more in social services than they have paid in taxes.
The only ways to deal with the effects of an aging population involve increases in productivity and raising the age of retirement to accord with improvements in the population’s health and longevity.
MYTH #4 :