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4 hours ago, Army Guy said:

Here is the problem i have with all of this, Justin has 10 years under his belt, he is the man in charge of the entire country....In the military we use to say ignorance is no excuse...meaning just becasue you did not know about a thing under your command does not mean your not responsible for it...And the last point just becasue he did not draft the legislation or policy does not mean he is not responsible for it...once he is sworn in he takes responsibility for everything...he can no longer use the excuse i did not do that... or under the conservative government it was much worse...both are cope outs...cheap  ones at that definitely not the makings of a good leader. 

Seven years so far but yes, what you say is true.

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11 hours ago, PIK said:

Not blaming him for that, just the liberal view that a criminal is a victim too.

Again, not a liberal view but a decades old Canadian view. Wasn't it conservatives that brought back Khadar and others and enabled them to get millions of dollars??

It is the Canadian way? Everyone is entitled to everything till public outcry embarrasses the government to change it's mind? LOL

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Let's count the rate and ratio of federal and provincial offices and services that at this time, perform their intended function at a decent standard of effectiveness and quality, let's say in the second or third tier of the developed world. Clearly, immigration is not one of them, but what is?

Should we, citizens be curious about this number - so that we wouldn't all of a sudden wake up one morning in the third world?

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On 11/17/2023 at 8:04 AM, ExFlyer said:

Cannot blame Trudeau for Canada immigration policies from decades ago. Immigration has been problematic since Pearson days.

You can certainly blame him for the last eight years of ever-increasing numbers of immigrants, foreign workers, foreign student-workers, and refugees.

For years now we've been told by those who support high immigration that it's a huge boon to our economy. Well, as the numbers have grown the economy has stagnated, and is now failing. Our standard of living has been going steadily down compared to other Western countries. And our social cohesion has been breaking down as our sense of shared values and identity disappears.

As foreign communities here have grown in strength and power they've flexed their electoral muscles, not on behalf of what they believe will improve life in Canada but on behalf of their former homelands. Which is why we see Trudeau desperately trying to please Muslim voters without going too far so as to turn off their more traditionalist base. It's also why instead of seeing increased economic ties with the world's most populace nation Trudeau has spent the last eight years catering to Sikh separatists in Canada in order to earn their loyalty and votes, even though this has earned India's enmity.

And how will this proceed if such a high volume of immigrants continues? How much more electoral power will they have to vote in governments that favor their homelands rather than what is best for Canada?

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39 minutes ago, I am Groot said:

You mean the view of the elites, especially the progressives who infest the media, arts and academia.

So, anyone that disagrees with you is "the elites, especially the progressives who infest the media, arts and academia."

You have a huge inferiority complex LOL

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34 minutes ago, ExFlyer said:

So, anyone that disagrees with you is "the elites, especially the progressives who infest the media, arts and academia."

You have a huge inferiority complex LOL

The Laurentian Elites are a thing Do you know how many leaders the Liberals have had from outside central Canada? None. The media, headquartered in central Canada, is full of progressives and reflects the view of university-educated, urban Canadians from central Canada. Obviously, Academia is the same. Do you deny this?

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13 hours ago, I am Groot said:

The Laurentian Elites are a thing Do you know how many leaders the Liberals have had from outside central Canada? None. The media, headquartered in central Canada, is full of progressives and reflects the view of university-educated, urban Canadians from central Canada. Obviously, Academia is the same. Do you deny this?

Boo   Hoo.

Representation by population...guess where the population is LOL

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On 11/17/2023 at 8:04 AM, ExFlyer said:

Cannot blame Trudeau for Canada immigration policies from decades ago. Immigration has been problematic since Pearson days.

HORSESHIT!

Pixie-Dust allowed all these fine "refugees" flood into Canada. You may not like it...but that's the reality.

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1 hour ago, Nationalist said:

HORSESHIT!

Pixie-Dust allowed all these fine "refugees" flood into Canada. You may not like it...but that's the reality.

Give it up you dork.

You may not like this but, Immigration has been Canada's problem for decades. One PM is no different than another .Political parties aside, Canada has always been an open door for immigrants.

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5 minutes ago, ExFlyer said:

Give it up you dork.

You may not like this but, Immigration has been Canada's problem for decades. One PM is no different than another .Political parties aside, Canada has always been an open door for immigrants.

https://www.statista.com/statistics/443063/number-of-immigrants-in-canada/

You were saying...

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2 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

Give it up you dork.

You may not like this but, Immigration has been Canada's problem for decades. One PM is no different than another .Political parties aside, Canada has always been an open door for immigrants.

Sorry but you're 100 percent wrong.

Immigration was a minor problem at best till 2006.  There were issues but none serious.

2006 major changes were introduced and immigration became a net positive and it's something ALL parties at the time agreed we got right, and there was much satisfaction in the immigrant AND natural communities with how it was going.  You didn't hear about 'the immigration problem' much in harper's day, we brought in a lot but we did it right and they integrated and were successful.

That situation deteriorated rapidly under trudeau. And today we've got a real problem.  Doubling immigration in 7 years was a bad idea.

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3 hours ago, Nationalist said:

Yes I was. A one year anomaly because of world wide refugees is just that, an anomaly.

3 hours ago, Nationalist said:

Boo Hoo???

Hmmm...Is anyone surprised this sort of attitude is tearing at the unity of Canada?

"this sort of attitude"? Perhaps you should change your attitude then?

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3 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

"this sort of attitude"? Perhaps you should change your attitude then?

He likely means the left wing attitude that immigration is an unconstrained good. That it does incredible, wonderful things for our economy. That huge numbers of immigrants are absolutely necessary for a wide variety of reasons for which no proof is ever offered. And that anyone who questions it, regardless of how high the numbers are, is a racist, xenophobic white supremacist. This is the attitude a lot of people give out on the internet in support of the Trudeau-Singh-Laurentian-Elites viewpoint.

 

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8 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

Boo   Hoo.

Representation by population...guess where the population is LOL

Only a minority of the population is a university graduate, and an even smaller minority of progressives controls virtually all public forums, and thus the public 'message',  and mocks and shuts down those who disagree with their narrative.

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3 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

Yes I was. A one year anomaly because of world wide refugees is just that, an anomaly.

"this sort of attitude"? Perhaps you should change your attitude then?

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The current 2023–2025 Immigration Levels Plan proposes to increase the number of permanent residents Canada welcomes annually to 465,000 in 2023, 485,000 in 2024, and 500,000 in 2025.

 

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39 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

 

Hey, it was your link...I say again "Yes I was. A one year anomaly because of world wide refugees is just that, an anomaly. " since the year 2000

1 hour ago, I am Groot said:

He likely means the left wing attitude that immigration is an unconstrained good. That it does incredible, wonderful things for our economy. That huge numbers of immigrants are absolutely necessary for a wide variety of reasons for which no proof is ever offered. And that anyone who questions it, regardless of how high the numbers are, is a racist, xenophobic white supremacist. This is the attitude a lot of people give out on the internet in support of the Trudeau-Singh-Laurentian-Elites viewpoint.

 

I wish people would say what they mean instead of having to guess or have others try and validate or explain LOL

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1 hour ago, I am Groot said:

Only a minority of the population is a university graduate, and an even smaller minority of progressives controls virtually all public forums, and thus the public 'message',  and mocks and shuts down those who disagree with their narrative.

Oh, it's the university graduates?

Oh, it's the minority if progressive progressives?

Mock and shuts down those who disagree with their narrative? Like that clown cdnfux??

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1 minute ago, ExFlyer said:

Oh, it's the university graduates?

Oh, it's the minority if progressive progressives?

Mock and shuts down those who disagree with their narrative? Like that clown cdnfux??

Aww muffin - what were you saying about how I'm the one who throws insults into every discussion?

Did a university graduate steal your girl or something? :)

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34 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

Yeah - i don't think trudeau's planning on slowing down immigration much.   He's still banking on it to prop up the economy and stave off a crash, but that just makes inflation worse.

He's a dope. Plain and simple. A panicked little dope.

52 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

465,000 in 2023, 485,000 in 2024, and 500,000 in 2025.

@ExFlyer Touch of reading compression probs?

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1 minute ago, Nationalist said:

He's a dope. Plain and simple. A panicked little dope.

I have a feeling he's decided to give himself to january 1 to see if he can start to turn things around, and if not he'll take a 'january walk in the snow" and think about things - total coincidence dad did that of course.

 

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Just now, CdnFox said:

I have a feeling he's decided to give himself to january 1 to see if he can start to turn things around, and if not he'll take a 'january walk in the snow" and think about things - total coincidence dad did that of course.

 

Meh...could we convince him to take that walk off a short pier?

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