Polls Show John McCallum‘s Full of Shit.
(Note: John McCallum is CANADA’S immigration minister.)
Here’s a Globe and Mail article that doesn’t require much commentary. It pretty much speaks for itself.
It basically tells us John McCallum is full of shit based on his own government’s internal polling. By this, I mean Canadians don’t want more immigrants despite pronouncements from McCallum to the contrary. And his government knows this.
This follows a Nanos poll
conducted on behalf of the Globe
which saw 16% of Canadians
favouring an increase of immigrants with more than twice as many, some 39%
, wanting a decrease with 37% thinking the numbers should remain the same. Put another way … 76
% of Canadians
polled don’t want an increase in the numbers of immigrants.
(Coincidentally, White-Euro Canadians are just 76% of Canada’s population, having plummeted from a proportionate 95% in 1981 — ELN Editor)
don’t want more, and we haven’t wanted more immigrants for a long time
. Here’s an EKOS poll
conducted in March of 2015 and published in the Winnipeg Free Press
that found 46% of respondents felt there are too many immigrants
coming to the country, with 41%
saying too many of them are non-white
.Here’s another poll
. And another
. And yet another
Despite poll after poll, telling the government time after time, be it Liberal or Conservative, that we don’t want more immigrants, in fact we want less, they go ahead and give us more immigrants and John McCallum is going to do the same. He’s already hinted at it. Since he’s already made up his mind, his national consultations were just a PR stunt.
They tell us we need immigrants because of labour shortages and an ageing population but those go-to excuses have been debunked.
Were they to be truthful with us, it’s too keep, I believe, Canada‘s housing market from imploding because we’re in too deep now and no one has a solution on how to deal with it and no one in Ottawa wants to confront it because no one in Ottawa would know how to handle a crash.
It’s amateur hour on Parliament Hill
for the next four years, at least. So it’s best to keep pushing it off into the indefinite future with fingers crossed and hope it solves itself for without the housing market
economy doesn’t have much going for it at the moment, and it’s a market driven by debt
and cheap money
. If cheap money is how immigrants
are paying for their shitty urban sprawl houses on incomes from shitty paying jobs
many of them (have), then we’re making the situation worse by making the bubble bigger. Because if interest rates were to rise, how many people will still be able to afford the house they bought when interest rates were low. If you’re a gambling man you might want short Canada’s banks