Monday, 3 October 2016

Majority of Canadians Reject Multiculturalism? But it’s Current Year!

As if we need more evidence to drive the point home that Canadians reject multiculturalism the CBC reports on a CBC-Angus Reid poll that found 68% of Canadians want minorities to “fit in” by which we mean we want more assimilation and less accommodation.  Also, the underlying subtext is we want immigrants who look more like us so we’re not overwhelmed demographically.

And there’s nothing wrong with that.  It’s completely understandable.  Some will say “that’s racist” to which I say f*ck that!  I’m really getting tired of hearing that shit because shouting racism isn’t an argument.

This poll suggests, to me at least, that Canadians don’t see their country as a multicultural one and don’t want it to be one either.  Those who state otherwise harbour the real marginal opinion.

And if a referendum were held today asking Canadians if they wish to see their country adopt multiculturalism as the driving social policy guiding the national character they’d oppose it outright with a clear majority to erase any confusion.

This is why it had to be imposed upon us by our self appointed betters in government and their enablers in the media.

It cannot be stressed enough that multiculturalism, along with the restructuring of our immigration system to favour immigration from non-traditional sources, was conceived out of elite arrogance and not popular will.

Multiculturalism and mass immigration is cultural and demographic suicide for a host society.  I think Canadians have come to understand this if they hadn’t arrived at that realization already so it shouldn’t be so shocking to learn that, according to this CBC-Angus Reid poll, the majority of Canadians have their objections.  They know there was nothing wrong with the old Canada and, quite frankly, would like to have it back.  The new Canada to them is just so new Coke.

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