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Is the West dissolving in mass immigration?

Mass immigration today – in the age of cheap travel, satellite TV, hyper-communication and multiculturalism – has become less of a renewal and more of a challenge. I suspect even the US cannot sustain levels like this – levels that threaten to turn it long-term into a nation of tribes…


Now if only the idiots in Ottawa would get a clue and realize they are playing with fire.

  • Mohamsandwich

    Multiculturalism destroying Canada’s culture and economy:

    Mutlicultural madness:

    Does anyone in their right mind really believe that immigration “enriches” the mainstream established Canadian population in any real way?

  • Editor

    And admit the last 40 years of “multiculturalism” and the newer enfatuation with “diversity” were mistakes? Dream on. Leftist ideology does not make mistakes. That’s what makes it superior to us common folk.

    • Mohamsandwich

      The social engineering of multiculturalism is a grave error and experiment perpetrated upon the populations of Canada, the USA, and Europe, and the tragedy is it can never be “undone”. We must live with the increasingly fragmented, fractured, postmodern, tribal, violent results of this treason.

  • Editor

    And this mass immigration was apparently motivated by less than noble and honest reasons. In Britain, at least: “The huge increases in migrants over the last decade were partly due to a politically motivated attempt by ministers to radically change the country and “rub the Right’s nose in diversity”, according to Andrew Neather, a former adviser to Tony Blair, Jack Straw and David Blunkett.
    The Telegraph
    October 23, 2009.

    • The same occurred here, it was ideologically motivated with deliberate malice.

      • Uncle_Waspy

        As in the UK, our government made the decision to elect a new people.

        • It’s odd that the one really famous thing Brecht said is so untypical of the general trend of his politics.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Hungry lawyers are behind all this…

    • Editor

      Hungry lawyers and the left’s obsession with reducing the predominance of judeo-christian dogma and values to a mere “narrative”, opening the door to cultural relativism which lets them ignore the “divisive and non-inclusive” parts of the judeo-christian dogma they don’t like. This has now evolved into the poisonous cultural marxism the SJW are pushing where everything is offensive if you don’agree with it.

  • Xavier

    They don’t care; they see only votes. Realistically, the west is lost already. There might be a chance if the invader tide was halted today, but that won’t happen. I only hope we have a chance to retaliate against the leaders who have destroyed the cultures that elected them.

    • Editor

      Sadly, in most western democracies, that usually boils down to the lesser of two evils.

      • Xavier

        I’m probably using a different definition of “retaliate” than you are.

        • Editor

          It scares me. But you have a point.

    • I think we have yet time to mitigate the damage done in North America, but that window will close if for instance our government in Canada is allowed to maintain control of immigration.

      The political class does not have our best interests at heart.

      Immigration is a tool to reward their backers and Balkanize the citizenry, dissent is smashed and declared racist under the benevolent guise of official multiculturalism.

      We have to take control of immigration, it cannot be left up to the political class, their intent is to destroy the will to fight back.

  • It seems to me that the people who read this blog and similar blogs ought to be getting involved in party politics, to join all parties as a grass roots movement, and work hard getting platforms and policies changed in the right direction. This is the only way to effect deep change in a democracy like ours.

    • Editor

      I am. But with a minister from our only slightly right of center party promoting interventionist policies like “pushing corporate Canada to boost the number of women on their boards”, sometimes it feels like the only input we have is preaching to the choir here or preaching in the desert.

    • I agree, we each have to contribute and we can start at least here in Canada during the upcoming election by asking our candidates what they intend to do about immigration.

      Mass immigration is a Ponzi scheme. It keeps the political class secure and their backers wealthy while impoverishing the rest of us.

      • Justin St.Denis

        There are far too many lawyers and legal degrees floating around the halls of government and the political elites. Lawyers – most of them in my experience – truly are rather scummy. Truth hurts like too-small shoes sometimes.

  • How has multiculturalism worked out in the Balkans?

    Has it worked anywhere?

    • Yes it has worked, it has successfully undermined the foundations of every western nation in which it has been introduced.

      • Editor

        Man! That is the most depressing thing I have read in a long time. You are, of course, right. That’s what makes it so troubling.

  • Martin B

    “Now if only the idiots in Ottawa would get a clue and realize they are playing with fire”

    The idiots in Ottawa (and Washington, and Brussels) all figure they’ll be dead long before the house burns down.