By Jeff Goodall
This situation will become considerably worse, particularly as government employment is expanded, and enhanced ‘equal opportunity’ provisions will allow more and more third-worlders into relatively high-paying government jobs at the expense of ‘traditional’ Canadians.
The essential fact of yesterday’s election results is that the Conservatives gained their majority as the direct result of a Liberal disintegration, and despite the personal popularity of New Democratic Party (socialist, for American readers) leader Jack Layton.
While the NDP was the main beneficiary of the Liberal collapse, the majority of their new caucus is now from Quebec, and that will bring a variety of problems with it. The Conservatives benefited also, making massive gains within the ‘416’ Liberal stronghold in Ontario, but finding themselves with very few members in Quebec. This will bring a variety of opportunistic demands, and ay require an annoying degree of ‘sucking up’ to Quebec to compensate. Certainly, the NDP is going to be seriously Quebec-conscious at least until the next election, and will be pressuring the Conservatives to make concessions, preferably in hard cash.
Very disturbing to me is that the Conservative campaign involved a massive ‘sucking up to the immigrants’ component, which I expect will result in massive expenditures on ‘cultural grants’ and other related issues, and greatly-increased immigration from countries such as China, India, Pakistan, Africa and the Caribbean, in order to enhance and retain that much-needed voting block.
We can also expect our foreign aid disbursements and national foreign policy to become even more subject to internal political pressures, i.e. what is euphemistically referred to as the ‘domestic’ vote.
This will be considerably against Canada’s best interests, and I expect a renewed ‘I can do more for you’ contest between the parties, including promises of even greater family re-unification quotas and increased importation of unproductive retirees, together with ever more benefits for them all, at the taxpayers expense.
I have done door-to-door canvassing in areas of the eastern Greater Toronto Area which are so dominated by alien cultures that they are, for all practical purposes, no longer part of Canada. This situation will become considerably worse, particularly as government employment is expanded, and enhanced ‘equal opportunity’ provisions will allow more and more third-worlders into relatively high-paying government jobs at the expense of ‘traditional’ Canadians.
I have knocked on door after door of houses worth a third or a half million dollars or more, the occupants of which have difficulty communicating effectively in standard English. This too will get worse.
Quite frankly, the English, Scottish, French, Irish, Germans, Ukrainians and other White Europeans who founded this country, and built it into a modern economic powerhouse by the mid-1960’s, have been abandoned by their political parties to be drowned out in a flood of alien races and cultures, many of them both predatory and unassimilable.
And to make it clear, Stephen Harper is no conservative. For decades now the three main parties have been engaged in a mad rush to the outer limits of left field, and although the NDP has never formed a federal government, their policies are relentlessly adopted by whoever does win.
The big loser in this election is the traditional component of Canada, those people of the White race who see themselves being legislated into insolvency and irrelevancy by those who are supposed to represent their interests.
It’s long past time for a party to appear on the scene that will pay attention to the descendants of those who founded this country, a party which will clamp down on those who flood to our shores to use and abuse our good nature and generosity, and which will deport those unworthy to remain here.
My own personal ‘good nature’ is long gone when it comes to ‘Canadian’ politics.