In their latest weekly bulletin ImmigrationWatchCanada brings our attention to some very frank words from a Chinese national who, I assume, may also be a Canadian citizen.
As offensive as it may be I appreciate the honest words. For once we are told the open truth straight from the horses mouth about what is driving much Asian immigration to Canada untainted by the official multicultural propaganda that works to mask it. It also explains why Chinese immigrants are almost total failures when it comes to assimilating choosing instead to establish and live in functioning colonies within any host society they introduce themselves into. Sadly I feel the attitude on display is inveterate to the Chinese community which is often coupled with a smug sense of cultural superiority.
I'm sure they don't realize it but such behaviour contributes to social tensions and be the spark that ignites the powder keg. Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines have all witnessed anti-Chinese riots in their histories.
Vancouver had an anti-Asian riot in 1907 in response to the downward pressure on incomes Asian immigration into the city was effecting. More akin to human trafficking than immigration the government sought to discourage it by cutting into the smugglers' profits by enacting a head tax. This is why the United States had a head tax of its own. By doing so Ottawa was protecting the interests of working Canadian citizens and if the head tax was the way to do it then it was the right thing to do.
Recently anti-Chinese graffiti popped up in Vancouver and southern Ontario experienced a series of events called "nippertipping." Is it racism or have Asian immigrants, particularly Chinese immigrants, brought this negative attention upon themselves? If Asian immigrants have no desire to assimilate and see Canada as a country to be taken advantage of then why encourage it? Why tolerate it from anyone? You don't have much respect for a spouse who only loves you for your money.
These are the fruits of accepting too many immigrants from too few sources. Canada accepts too many immigrants for China and from Asia as a whole. This is an assimilation and loyalty problem so the solution would be to diminish any Asian influence in the country by reducing Asian immigration as a whole especially from China. This will encourage assimilation and they will become Canadians. It worked for the Japanese, it can work for the Chinese.