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NZ, having the same unsustainable immigration problem as in Canada, decides to tighten visa rules


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Like Canada, NZ has had way too many immigrants in a short span without the infrastructures required to welcome them.

NZ's government has taken action, and will prevent employers from hiring foreign workers in areas as in to which there is no labour shortage.

A problem New Zealand has had was also that many Kiwis were leaving the country to go to Australia as many of the well paying jobs in New Zealand were given by the employers to foreigners. They lost many of their own constituents, productive ones at that, because the elite wanted cheap labour.

It's important that we start to realize that other nations face the same problems Canada is facing, and they find solutions. Why couldn't we replicate what New Zealand just did?

https://www.bbc.com/news/articles/c25l0vxpnd8o

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The big corporations want the cheap labour, see.  Cheap labour, more consumers, more profit.  Illegals in the US are the new African slaves, driven by the money-makers.  Nobody actually cares about us lowly workers.

Anyone who thinks politicians work for us is a naive fool, they work for themselves.  Their #1 priority isn't their constituents or their country, it's maintaining their own power.

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21 minutes ago, Moonlight Graham said:

The big corporations want the cheap labour, see.  Cheap labour, more consumers, more profit.  Illegals in the US are the new African slaves, driven by the money-makers.  Nobody actually cares about us lowly workers.

Anyone who thinks politicians work for us is a naive fool, they work for themselves.  Their #1 priority isn't their constituents or their country, it's maintaining their own power.

Cynical but truthful

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10 hours ago, QuebecOverCanada said:

Like Canada, NZ has had way too many immigrants in a short span without the infrastructures required to welcome them.

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Disagree. Look at net immigrant data.

Unlike Australia (or New Zealand) where migrants stay, immigrants to Canada often leave south.

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Canada is the US immigration/filtering system.

Of course, since Biden and 2020, this has changed.

 

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10 hours ago, QuebecOverCanada said:

Like Canada, NZ has had way too many immigrants in a short span without the infrastructures required to welcome them.

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Disagree strongly. Infrastructure?

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Canada is a large country. Lotsa space. Yet, I reckon that some Canadians don't want more neighbours.

I recently had a chat with a home-owner -single home- in Vancouver on this very question.

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10 hours ago, QuebecOverCanada said:

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It's important that we start to realize that other nations face the same problems Canada is facing, and they find solutions.

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QoC, I agree.

But I want to make plain- Quebecers are good at integrating foreigners.

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19 hours ago, Moonlight Graham said:

The big corporations want the cheap labour, see.  Cheap labour, more consumers, more profit.  Illegals in the US are the new African slaves, driven by the money-makers.  Nobody actually cares about us lowly workers.

Anyone who thinks politicians work for us is a naive fool, they work for themselves.  Their #1 priority isn't their constituents or their country, it's maintaining their own power.

Bingo!

Economic slavery is the new Libbie way. This time, they'll create a bigger problem than early black slavery did.

But the politicians will get wealthy.

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NZ is at the bottom of the world far away from everything. Unless aeroplanes become faster in the future, or some other forms of transport, the idea of living in NZ is just out of the question.

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NZ is a wonderful country. Beautiful geography, nice cities and people, the police still don’t carry firearms, civilized. If I wasn’t already a Canuck I would like to be a Kiwi. Being so isolated is both a blessing and a curse, like sharing the worlds longest land border with the US.

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