I don't see how this is of any benefit to us Canadians. How can it be? We are expected to make way, indeed forcibly pushed aside as the article implies, for the new-Canada™ which means surrendering jobs and forgoing careers to satisfy the career aspirations of belligerent "new Canadians" who are exploiting immigrant driven demographic changes to satiate their hunger for economic power and political influence. And all at the expense of social stability.
Let's not kid ourselves. This is about power and conquest. It is not about integrating into the whole and being a neighbour in the neighbourhood. It is about being a neighbour and running the neighbourhood by being the neighbourhood.
The rapid demographic shift immigration brought to Peel Region in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is alarming and in my view is an attack on Canadians. According to the article:
In the 1996 census, Peel’s visible minority population was about 265,000. By 2006 it had climbed to 577,000, half of the region’s population. Projected figures for 2011 put it at 60 per cent, with the biggest change in Brampton, where the number of visible minority residents jumped from 79,950 to 246,000 in 10 years. Projections for this year suggest Brampton’s residents are 67 per cent visible-minority.
Incredible! And the fruits it is apparently producing is social disharmony, a culture war against Canadians living in the region, race based power struggles, and more social disharmony to come. You see, the three main racial groups in Peel Region are whites, blacks, and south Asian (primarily Sikh Punjabis). If south Asians are complaining that there are too many whites in positions of civic power and influence (because they want a piece of the action you see) then what is stopping blacks from protesting that there are too many south Asians in the same positions?
If the government did not insist on attacking its citizens with socially destabilizing immigration policies Peel Region would not be facing this problem. And it is a problem. Why? Because race matters! You can sugar coat it in all you want with the language of diversity and multiculturalism but what we have brewing in Peel Region is a race based power struggle. If all the immigrants to Peel Region reflected the host culture and society then there would not be a problem as they would have integrated and disappeared into the host culture seamlessly. But that is not what happened since the vast majority of immigrants settling into Peel Region could not have been any more different than the host society. And now that they have overrun the place they want a new sheriff in town because they say so! The threats could not be any more clearer on this:
“Usually, every institution is designed to resist change. Status quo is the norm,” says Naveed Chaudhry, director of the Peel Multicultural Council, a non-profit group that receives United Way and government funding.From the top down, he says, public bodies have to accept “the new realities.”“You will be seeing more complaints if the change doesn’t happen,” he predicts. “Institutions can resist change, but they cannot stop it.”
The effrontery on display is offensive but should be taken as a warning for the nation as a whole of the clear and present danger that is the current immigration system. Looking at Peel Region is like gazing into a crystal ball and seeing what a future Canada will look like, and function like, when its Euro-American based host culture is reduced to minority status with no clear racial group to unify the nation.
It will be socially destabilized as race-based, ethnic politics comes to define Canadian society and the Canadian political scene even more so.
Ottawa will find itself paralysed to enacting an effective public policy in an increasingly ungovernable nation without fear of offending some identity group.
The same can be said of its foreign policy as years of multicultural dogma and complacent cultural accommodations has redefined the Canadian into being an empty shell of a human; as nothing more than someone who posses some vague "shared values" that no one can agree on, has a job, and regularly shops in a mall; that a Canadian is just someone who resides in Canada while one's cultural and and emotional attachments reside somewhere else. With a nation full of these people it will be difficult to have an effective foreign policy without giving consideration to the sensibilities of some voting bloc.
The nation will fracture as separatist factions arise across regions of the country and find a voice in Ottawa through special interest parties. I say this because world events and history have made clear that people like to govern themselves and what unites a people is primarily language, race, religion, ethnicity, as well as a shared history. Most immigrants to Canada have little to none of this in common with the host society and will only divide the nation as they increase in number. As a consequence certain regions will become defined by their ethnicity/race/religion and will have little in common with each other. An Asian dominated B.C. will have little in common with with a south Asian dominated Ontario which will have little in common with a native dominated Saskatchewan and Territories which will have nothing in common with French speaking Quebec. If language is enough to compel Quebec to secede imagine the potency when you through race and religion into the mix.
To save Canada it will have to become increasingly totalitarian. (Sadly, I think Canadians will be comfortable with this being one of the most politically passive people in the world, we are a tyrants wet dream.) It already is so in some respect and immigration and multiculturalism is to thank for it. Under the guise of "hate-crime" laws drafted to "protect" Canada's "just society" our freedom of speech has been curtailed for this very purpose. I believe we will have even more freedoms restricted and regulated for the sake of the survival of the future new-Canada™.
The losers are us Canadians and the future generations of Canadians whose country we gave away.
The winners are foreign nations (like India and China) who can influence Canada's domestic affairs to suit their interests through their Canadian colonies Ottawa so stupidly imported, nurtured, and grew.
Also, the winners are the parasites in the grievance industry like Barbara Hall. This kind of conflict justifies her job - her existence - and ensures she gets a steady pay check care of the tax payer. She thrives on this, indeed encourages it, which is why she and her ilk love mass immigration so much. Without the easily foreseeable conflicts the mass importation of disparate peoples is bringing to the new-Canada™ Barbara Hall would not have much of a post political career to speak of right now.
For Barbara Hall it's about self-preservation and self-interest and that's what this is all about. Immigrants don't come to Canada to "contribute" to the country, they come to enrich themselves from Canada's bounty. It's pure selfishness and any social benefits that spring forth from this selfishness is just an unintended consequence. When gathered under the banner of "community" this concentrated self-interest makes demands on the host society with the goal of extracting economic and political power unto itself with the hopes that this surrendered power will trickle down to the individual and advance his or her ambitions (which is what is clearly at work in the linked article). Repeat this many times across the nation to reflect each "community" and you have yourself an unified, dissatisfied, ungovernable body politic.
I may be going a little overboard here but I don't feel I'm too far off the mark. An internally conflicted nation is a possible outcome out of many for the new-Canada™ and one that should be considered as we sleepwalk into the future. And if the actions of immigrant groups in Peel Region are any indication of which direction we are headed it appears rough waters await HMS Canada that will end up capsizing the ship.
They say immigration built the country. I say immigration is going to destroy it.