Paying For Our Own Demise: Funding “Multicult” Canada
By Brad Salzberg
In 1988, multiculturalism in Canada officially became government policy.
This was the year the policy became entrenched in our constitution, thereby completing a seventeen- year- long transition from political ideology to legislated government policy.
Within Canadian society, this is fairly common knowledge. What may be less well known is that on an international scale, constitutionally-based multiculturalism … is a rarity.
In fact, only two nations in the world have such a policy—Canada (35,000,000 people) and Australia (23,000,000). While many countries promote the concept of diversity, a mere (1%) of the world’s nations are officially multicultural.
At present, Canada has the highest per-capita immigration rates in the world. In conjunction with legislated multiculturalism, the impact upon our nation has been profound— so profound, it is arguable the long-term result will be a complete re-invention (transformation) of Canadian society.
For decades, Canadians have been informed by government that multiculturalism is “equitable”, and “beneficial” to all. Is this really the case? The answer– one which may surprise a great number of Canadians – is absolutely not.
In 1971 when Multiculturalism was in its infancy, about 95% of Canada’s population was of (White) European descent. (Today, we’re down to 77% and still plummeting in numbers – ELN Editor)
Decades of large-scale immigration, particularly from Asia and the Middle East, have rendered the traditional meaning of the term (“racial minority”) irrelevant. In 2014, twenty-six out of Canada’s 308 political ridings such as Richmond, B.C. and Brampton, Ontario were majority NON-white.
Canadians of European descent are now minorities within these twenty-six ridings — and yet hundreds of millions of (your tax) dollars are still being funnelled to multicultural organizations to promote their cultural agendas — despite the fact they are no longer minorities at all. (Read: No Punjabi, NO Job for Canadian Nurse)
On the flip side, the freshly-minted Caucasian minorities receive nothing. Even more disconcerting is the fact that when citizens point out the inequality of the present system, the pro-multicultural forces play what is known as the “race card.” >to Full Report
CANADIANS, … please read this: