Is Canada becoming North America’s Sweden?

There are several similarities between Sweden and Canada. Both are cold northern countries with loads of forests and lakes and rather few people. Moreover, until recently both were extremely boring places where nothing newsworthy ever happened. At least that was the case for Sweden before it flung open its borders to every piece of primitive, inbred, violent, illiterate, unemployable, Third-World garbage who fancied a life living off Sweden’s generous benefits system.

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  • Spatchcocked

    It’s inevitable….

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Saskatoon is well on its way.
      There’s nearly six thousand there now.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Not killing off all your Indians has really extracted a high price.

    • Shebel

      I have a very difficult time with shooting down the NATIVES.
      They are learning and learning rather well.
      They didn’t make these silly fucking laws.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I think you missed my point.
        Never mind.

  • disqusW6sf

    There is more resistance in Canada than Sweden.

    • John Boy

      All these enemies of Islam are in Liblist and will get late night visits from the Liberal Youth.

      I wonder how long it will take the Liberal Youth to start visiting synagogues and churches who aren’t holding “interfaith” events with radical imams.

  • I think the country will become fragmented.

    Don’t forget who is buying up property in Toronto and Vancouver. They won’t let their homes go. They are investments.

    Soon, there will be enclaves that will be anything but Canadian.

    • Alain

      Soon? No, there are already plenty of enclaves, but yes they will increase even more.

      • Bataviawillem

        Indeed, go to the area in between streetsville and cooksville.

      • Think “Escape from New York” enclaves.

  • H

    Canada is not as far along as Sweden in terms of numbers of third world welfare enrichers – but that is quickly changing. And there are other similarities: the holier than thou virtue signaling type attitude that large percentages of both populations share, the general lack of commitment to free speech and the corrupt Left wing media in both countries, always ready to toe the government line and suppress opinions with which they disagree.

    Canada took a much different (and, I would argue, superior) route than Sweden in the 2nd World War and earned legitimate respect for that, but since Trudeau 1, the society has been trending dangerously toward progressivism and socialism – much like Sweden. Canada’s future does not look hopeful at this point.

    • Alain

      I agree but for me Canada started on that progressive/socialist path with Pearson. Trudeau the 1st put the country on a rollacoster to hell; full speed ahead.

    • Ottawa Eyes

      Little Mogadishu in Toronto has been around for more that 20 years now, I think thanks to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

  • Alain

    I well remember those “boring times” and greatly miss them. You know when there was very crime, even cities were clean and safe and we enjoyed freedom: freedom of speech, of association and basic common sense regarding firearms.

  • Concerned Canadian

    I get all irritated when some English twit describes Canada as boring where nothing happens worth noting. His analysis about the future is right on unless we change our ways but his typical English snobbery turns me off. Its too bad we had to lose a large number of our young men in WW2 saving his ass.