Friday, 24 June 2016

Well That’s Gratitude For Ya.

If you find yourself complaining about the hospitality of the country that granted you shelter from whatever real or made-up-for-immigration-purposes threat you happen to be fleeing from then perhaps you’re not a refugee at all.
 
Seriously, if you’re complaining about the food or the accommodations you’re gracious hosts provided you then, yeah, you’re not a refugee.

It’s bad enough close to $1 billion of our tax dollars has been allocated to relocate you to our shores the least you could do is not complain about it.  Canadians are weary enough of refugees already so it’s best not to give us more reasons to be even wearier of refugees as if we need more reasons.

And since I’m talking about it here are more signs you might not be a refugee.





You frequently return to the country of your alleged persecution even as your asylum application is being considered.

You bypass or pass through other countries that can provide shelter to get to one where the benefits are better.


You engage in regular criminal activity in the country where you seek sanctuary.



If even one of these describes you then you’re probable not a refugee but that’s not a problem.  We have an entire industry staffed by people whose livelihoods depend on your patronage and will help you fake it ‘til you make it even though they know you’re phonier than the danger you're purportedly fleeing.  When it comes to making a living they don’t care who you are just as long they get paid.

Sunday, 19 June 2016

Say What!? There's Too Many Refugees In Europe? They Threaten To Alter The Unique Character of the Continent? Germany Should Remain German?

What vile, racist, bigoted, xenophobic, uncaring, and apparent white supremacist said such a thing?

Oh.

Reminds me of the time another man of Asian heritage said some sensible things about immigration sending Canada's virtue-signalling class and careerist political hacks into a frenzy.

They both make sense.

Refuge should be temporary and not a path to permanent settlement.  That's why they're called refugees and not immigrants.  You don't turn the gazebo in a public park into your permanent home just because you sought refuge there from a passing rainstorm.  Allowing refugees to become citizens makes them immigrants which is what we have done here in Canada.  It's why oh so many alleged refugees seek to scam our lax refugee system and why critics label these people as "self selecting immigrants" and not refugees.  They didn't come to Canada to find refuge.  Oftentimes that can be found in their native countries and if not there then in neighbouring states.  No, they've come to Canada because they want to immigrate and then import their families.

Furthermore, not only has the massive influx of migrants into Europe destabilized the EU - a wake up call to open borders proponents and theirs calls for unfettered, unrestricted immigration - it threatens the unique character of Europe and it's member states.  Germany should remain German and not become another Arab majority country.  Allowing this to happen makes the world less diverse and less multicultural and aren't diversity and multiculturalism values we're supposed to be fostering?

Also, the carrying capacity of every country is finite.  Though Canada's landmass is large much of the country is inhospitable to massive human settlement forcing population growth in select pockets of the country which, unfortunately, happen to reside on the nation's richest farming land.  These areas will become overpopulated with the attendant sub-par living standards.  If landmass is all that matters then good news!  There's swaths of cheap land located in north Africa you might be interested in buying.