Emboldened Minorities Eye Canada
If some Canadians thought that UBC (University of British Columbia) History Professor Henry Yu was an oddity in cheer-leading the Asian immigration tsunami, and in heaping contempt upon Canada’s majority population… they have to think again.
Ethnic groups and others have recently complained that they had only a limited role in the 2010 Olympic Opening ceremonies—demonstrating that Yu has influential company.
In the past week, many of their spokespeople have stated that ethnic minorities were excluded from the Olympic Opening Ceremonies. They have demanded that they be included in the Closing Ceremonies.
[Are naive Canadians beginning to wake up to the reality of this situation that says, when the invaders presume they've got the population numbers, they become more and more emboldened??]
SUCCESS, a Chinese immigration industry organization in the Metro Vancouver area with 13 offices, was one of the first to complain. This organization gets millions of dollars from Ottawa every year—supposedly to provide services to immigrants.
Its main purpose, however, is to perpetuate itself and to lobby for a continuation of Canada’s high-immigration policy. Its clients are people whom it calls the “Overseas Chinese“.
Canadians should take careful note of the phrase “Overseas Chinese“. To most, it clearly suggests that this organization (but obviously not all Chinese who have arrived here) views Chinese in Canada not as future Canadians, but as colonizers whose real home country is China.
Sukhi Sandhu, a volunteer worker and South Asian spokesman, has also complained. He has said that although the Olympic Opening Ceremonies presented Canada’s Aboriginals, French and English, they had no representation from other immigrants.
[Sukhi Sandhu is a foreign name that is completely incongruous to that of traditional Canadian names participating in these winter sports events, and this "johnny-come-lately" South Asian has the audacity to complain about lack of representation for his camp!? One must question just why is he volunteering and what are his true motives for drawing attention to himself. Political aspirations??]
Most of the “other” (visible minorities) he refers to are obviously the 5,000,000+ (five million!) who have arrived ONLY in the past 20 years—-largely as a result of one of the greatest immigration deceptions ever perpetrated on Canada.
[Proportion of visible minorities, Canada, 1981-2001 --Stats Canada]
[2010 Vis-Min numbers suggest 16%]
But the person we most highlight among the complainers is a Filipino IMMIGRANT named Alden Habacon.
He is noteworthy because of his job as “Manager of Diversity Initiatives” for CBC’s (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) English television network.
[It's doubtful that you'd find a White European of any nationality hired in any television station throughout the whole of Asia or Southeast Asia that resembles a similar job description as "manager of diversity initiatives". Only White countries are foolish enough to allow for 5th columnists to take root.]
We include below a recent column by Habacon. Its content will disturb many who continue to think that annual immigration numbers and subsequent ethnic competition for power are inconsequential to Canada.
In his column, Habacon describes the Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics as “the whitest-looking opening ceremonies”, a statement which he probably has inadequate life experience to make.
He says “the Olympic flag came out, carried by an all-White cast of Canadian heroes”.
[Habacon should take time to review some video clips as recently as only 20 years ago to see that Canada was still over 90% White. Nevertheless, this uninvited foreign guest has the gumption to complain about OUR country's "whiteness".]
He agrees with CBC colleague, CBC Radio Host Jian Ghomeshi, who, according to Habacon, tweeted the following about the 8 Canadians who carried the flag: “(I) love Anne(Murray), Bobby (Orr) et al…but maybe (it was a) bit of an oversight to have not one Canadian of colour carrying (the) flag?“
[No, not an "oversight", but a true reflection of real Canadians, if you don't mind!]
Of Iranian background, Ghomeshi has stated before, that he likes the “social experiment” being conducted in Canada.
Both he, and Habacon imply that the “social experiment” which has resulted in a 50:50 White to Asian racial mix in Vancouver should be the same in all of Canada. And both of them would obviously like to see Asians far outnumber Canada’s current majority (White) population in future.
Like Henry Yu, Manilla-born Alden Habacon has clearly been emboldened by the numbers in the post-1990 immigration tsunami.
He thinks of the high numbers as a victory of Asians over Canada’s majority population. He states that the flag issue at the Olympic Opening Ceremonies matters “especially since Vancouver won their bid on the argument that Vancouver is the most diverse place on earth”. Many Vancouverites would question the accuracy of that statement.
He goes on to declare smugly that Vancouver is “a city that is considered by many (including myself) as part of Asia“. He adds that Canadians should “forget that ‘gateway to Asia’ analogy—that (was) so 10 years ago“.
In making this statement, Habacon sounds much like Henry Yu who has referred to the white-majority Vancouver neighbourhood of Kitsilano as “an aberration” which Yu implies has to be corrected A.S.A.P. by an infusion of Asians.
[If Mr. Yu is so uncomfortable living in a White-majority country, why doesn't he move to China where 99% of the population look just like him?!]
Habacon describes his job with the CBC as that of someone who “designs and manages the implementation of initiatives that support CBC’s commitment to accurately reflect Canada’s diversity in programming and hiring“.
[Let's not be so coy, Habacon. Your job is plainly ANTI-white in all its descriptions.]
Many Canadians would like to know why a major journalist organization such as the CBC has abdicated its responsibility to question Canada’s grossly-flawed mass immigration policy and why the CBC implemented its illogical hiring policy.
Most Canadians would ask who gave Habacon his job?
They would also like to know what programming Habacon has “designed” in that job. They would particularly like to be informed about how much control Habacon has over hiring at the CBC.
In fact, many would probably say that the CBC’s hiring of Habacon and the CBC’s entire hiring policy is a clear demonstration of Employment Equity (affirmative action), and CBC bias gone completely wild. They would also say that by hiring people with (a) clear bias, the CBC amply shows that it has sunk to new lows in sycophancy.
For those Canadians who continue to “Celebrate Diversity“, Alden Habacon, Henry Yu and many others, should have demonstrated that, for the majority population of Canada, “Celebrate Diversity” really means “Celebrate Your Marginalization“.
Habacon, Yu and others can see that mass immigration will achieve re-colonization of Canada. And they feel no qualms about using (our) publicly-funded institutions that they work for, to achieve their ends. Undoubtedly, a host of others in public office and in other areas of influence such as our CBC will continue to act as a Fifth Column and assist them.
SUCCESS, Sandhu and Habacon miss four important points:
Note Habacon’s final sentence: “Have any of the producers been to a high school in Vancouver?”
He is saying that a large percentage of students in Vancouver’s 18 high schools are Asian and that Vancouver of the future will be predominantly Asian. He is also throwing contempt upon naive [Canadians], who have believed that being welcoming, will be reciprocated with gratitude.
Habacon’s last sentence is a scornful pie in the face to 84% of Canada’s population.
All Canadians should take note of the following:
“Any country which does not protect its majority population through limitations on immigration, invites the contempt of the immigrants who have entered its territory and who have become a majority in a part or the whole of its territory.”
The contempt for Canada’s majority population that the CBC’s Alden Habacon, UBC’s Henry Yu and many others are now expressing… demonstrates that observation.
(Note: All word highlights/above Links are by ELN editor)