Immigration Watch Canada petition: Tell Canada’s politicians to cut our immigration intake

Tell Canada's politicians to cut our immigration intake.

Tell Canada’s politicians to cut our immigration intake.

If you believe that Canada admits too many immigrants, you’re not alone. Polls show that about half of your fellow citizens, including immigrants, feel that Canada admits too many immigrants.

Since 1991 Canada has admitted about 250,000 newcomers to the country each year, and some want to increase that level to 500,000! Yet no regard is given to the economic, environmental, social and cultural impacts that current immigration levels are having on Canada.

CBC airs Scaachi Koul ranting about how white people disgust her

CBC airs Scaachi Koul ranting about how white people disgust her 

Morning rave, or boring rave? Scaachi Koul investigates

http://www.cbc.ca/radio/q/schedule-for-tuesday-february-2-2016-1.3429170/morning-rave-or-boring-rave-scaachi-koul-investigates-1.3430109

By Audrey Davis

February 03, 2016

Scaachi tells Shad what happened when she tried (really tried) to stay positive for a whole week.

Scaachi Koul and Shadrach Kabango Source

First of all, the title is grossly misleading the readers as Koul doesn’t make an investigation, but only shares  a personal  rant about an event she chose to attend.

Her rant goes on for about 8 minutes and, in spite of trying to be funny, her true colours pierce the thin layer of failed jocular approach and leave the listener wondering if taxpayers fund CBC for such trash shows.

I am not judging her professed dislike of white people as everyone is entitled to show and support ethnic solidarity.

What is disgusting about her rant is her general tone that projects not only a sense of ethnic superiority, but also a rather disturbing mindset: she really feels unsafe in the middle of a group of white people, but, curiously, she chooses to live in Canada instead of actually moving to her parents’ country of origin for a few months at least. You know, to recharge her batteries.

Shut Out: Liberalism And The Attack On Anglo-Canada

Shut Out: Liberalism And The Attack On Anglo-Canada

by Brad Salzberg, Feb 2016

http://capforcanada.com

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Pierre Trudeau Source

When considering the cultural history of Canada, the proclamation that “Canada has no culture” has underlined much of the general narrative. Although the idea defies over a century of English and French Canadian identity, in recent decades an absence of culture has become an unfortunate  reality.

Canada’s new generation

Two elements in particular have led to this situation— Canada’s immigration and multicultural policies. Indeed, decade upon decade of mass immigration and institutionalized multiculturalism will do that to a nation.

It wasn’t always this way. Before 1967, the year the Liberal government of Lester Pearson introduced the “points system” for evaluating potential migrants, Canada was a fully functioning English and French bi-cultural nation. Several continental European communities, including Ukrainians and Italians, rounded out our overall citizenship. In fact, previous to the points system, 98% of Canada’s migrants came from European nations.

OTTAWA: Carmel Rouhani sexually abuses student, loses her martial arts dojo franchise

Karate school owner loses franchise over past abuse finding while a teacher

Douvris Martial Arts issued a statement to parents this week notifying them that it has severed its relationship with Carmel Rouhani of the Barrhaven Douvris Martial Arts franchise.
Douvris Martial Arts issued a statement to parents this week notifying them that it has severed its relationship with Carmel Rouhani of the Barrhaven Douvris Martial Arts franchise. KEN PAGAN / POSTMEDIA

The owner of an Ottawa martial arts dojo has lost her franchise rights following revelations that her school-teacher’s certificate was revoked last year after the Ontario College of Teachers ruled she had emotionally and sexually abused a student.

Douvris Martial Arts issued a statement to parents this week notifying them that it has severed its relationship with Carmel Rouhani of the Barrhaven Douvris Martial Arts franchise.

“Information has arisen which Ms. Rouhani failed to disclose at the beginning of her relationship with Douvris Martial Arts, and therefore, we are terminating our relationship with Ms. Rouhani,” the statement said. “Further, she has been advised not to have contact directly or indirectly with Douvris Martial Arts students. Martial Arts classes at the Barrhaven location are currently being taught by other Douvris instructors.”

Rouhani, 29, earned a bronze medal at the 2014 World Karate and Kickboxing Commission World Championships. She purchased the Barrhaven franchise in 2014.

Repeated messages seeking her comment Tuesday and Wednesday were not returned.

Liberals’ radical immigration changes

Liberals’ radical immigration changes

BY , EDMONTON SUN

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John McCallum
Immigration Minister John McCallum updates the media on the Syrian refugees arriving in Canada, during a news conference, Wednesday, February 3, 2016 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Whenever I hear that the new federal Liberal government is preparing to undo a policy or law put in place by its Tory predecessors under Stephen Harper, I remember Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s boast on the day he and his cabinet were sworn in. Finally, he gloated, “we have our country back.”

Culture Wars: The Battle For The Soul Of Canada

Culture Wars: The Battle For The Soul Of Canada

By Brad Salzberg, February 2016

http://capforcanada.com

The recent election of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ushered in not only a new era of politics within Canada, but more broadly speaking, a new era within Canadian society as a whole. Interestingly, the roots of this era began with another Prime Minister by the name of Trudeau—Justin’s father, Pierre.

In basic terms, it was former Liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau who brought into existence the post-modern era of multicultural Canada. At the time, few Canadians appeared to object— not that they had any choice in the matter. Simply put, Trudeau Sr. made a decision on behalf of all Canadians  to eradicate our nation’s bi-cultural English and French identity, and replace it with what he termed “multiculturalism within a bi-lingual framework.”

A succession of Liberal and Conservative governments would follow, all of which fully endorsed Multicultural policy— including its mandate to deliver hundreds of millions in tax dollars each year to third world-oriented immigration and multicultural organizations. It was over the next several decades— with the helping hand of leading journalists and media outlets— that the diversity ethos permeated our social consciousness to the degree that it became fully sacrosanct within Canadian society.

It would not be until the election of Stephen Harper’s Conservative government in 2006 that this virulent brand of political correctness began to be questioned. Much of this was precipitated by a rise in a variety of contentious issues related to Islamic law— for example, a lady who insisted on covering her face with a “niqab” during her citizenship ceremony. Additional public discontent was also stirred up through the senseless murder of Corporal Nathan Cirillo at the hands of an Islamic fundamentalist.

HIJAB AND HIGH HEELS

HIJAB AND HIGH HEELS

By Madi Lussier
Wednesday, September 10, 2008

In the western world, covered women are not something out of the ordinary anymore.  One can see them everywhere, sometimes in the least expected places such as cosmetics departments, looking for hair dye, make up or simply in a women’s garments department, admiring some very sexy lingerie.
One can see them on the beach, at festivals, you name it, perhaps on a mission given by their imam.
I might say that these covered women want to prove us, maybe a bit too hard, that they feel integrated in this society. Plus, I might deduce that our world pleases them much more than their world. Here, covered or not, a woman can walk hand in hand with her partner, a serious misconduct punishable in an Islamic country, governed by Sharia. They can sit at the same table at a restaurant and enjoy their meal together, as a civilized couple.
The debate over the wearing of the hijab, nikab or burka in our world has not ended and it is not likely to end too soon.
Opinions are divided between those who defend the Islamic clothes, considering that they do not interfere with the values of a secular society and those who are against these garments as they are perceived as segregationist and insulting to western women and their history of fight for equal rights, respect and freedoms.
Those who wear a hijab in Canada also defend the headdress as they declare that wearing it is their free decision.

TORONTO: Everton Biddersingh gets life sentence for torturing and killing daughter

Life sentence for man who killed daughter in burning suitcase murder

Everton Biddersingh must serve at least 25 years in prison before he becomes eligible to apply for parole.

Melonie Biddersingh, shown in an undated photo, was murdered by her father, Everton Biddersingh. Her body was found in a burning suitcase 21 years ago.

Melonie Biddersingh

THE CANADIAN PRESS

Melonie Biddersingh, shown in an undated photo, was murdered by her father, Everton Biddersingh. Her body was found in a burning suitcase 21 years ago.

A man who drowned or starved his horrifically abused teenaged daughter to death two decades ago was handed a life sentence Monday, after court heard impact statements from three of the victim’s relatives.

Everton Biddersingh of Toronto, had little to say before Superior Court Justice Al O’Marra handed down the punishment for the “horrible” crime.

Everton Biddersingh, 60, of Toronto, had little to say before Superior Court Justice Al O’Marra handed down the punishment for the “horrible” crime.

“It will make no difference,” Biddersingh mumbled to the court.

A jury last month convicted Biddersingh of first-degree murder in the death of his 17-year-old daughter, Melonie Biddersingh. He will not be eligible for parole for 25 years.

In a written impact statement, the victim’s mother described the devastation she felt after learning in 2012 that her daughter’s charred remains had finally been identified.

“There is nothing — I mean absolutely nothing — Melonie would have ever done that could have led to the dreadful outcome of her murder,” Opal Austin said in the statement read to court.

“So, I am left wondering why for the rest of my life.”

The Crown maintained Biddersingh drowned or starved his daughter after a period of prolonged abuse, or that she died while he confined her in the apartment they shared with her stepmother, Elaine Biddersingh.

The teen, whose burned remains were found stuffed in a suitcase in an isolated industrial area north of Toronto, had come to Canada from Jamaica for a better life. Instead, by the time of her death, she weighed a skeletal 50 pounds and had 21 broken bones in various stages of healing. A piece of a vegetable was found in her vagina.

She had spent countless hours chained to furniture, stuffed in a tiny closet, or locked out on a balcony. Her father, according to one witness, would kick her and force the helpless victim’s head into a toilet and then flush.

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York police issued warrant for Nick Bagherzadeh, 20, of Richmond Hill on charges of second-degree murder and attempted murder

Police search for man wanted in connection with fatal Vaughan stabbing

Gianluca Cellucci, 22, died in the Sunday morning incident. Another man was seriously injured.

York police have issued a issued a warrant for Nick Bagherzadeh, 20, of Richmond Hill on charges of second-degree murder and attempted murder.

YORK REGION POLICE

York police have issued a issued a warrant for Nick Bagherzadeh, 20, of Richmond Hill on charges of second-degree murder and attempted murder.

A warrant has been issued for a 20-year-old Richmond Hill man wanted by in connection with a stabbing that left one man dead and another seriously injured.

York Regional police say that, just before 3 a.m. Sunday, two groups of people got into a fight in a parking lot near Hwy. 400 and Hwy. 7 in Vaughan.

Two young men were stabbed in the fray.

Gianluca Cellucci, 22, died at the scene. Another 22-year-old was taken to hospital and is expected to survive, say police.

Officers say Nick Bagherzadeh will face charges of second degree murder and attempted murder when he is located.

Hungarian Roma family hiding in Hungary can return to Canada

Canada’s door reopened to deported Roma family

After years of living in hiding on two continents, the Pusuma family has been thrown a lifeline by the Trudeau government, which has agreed to allow them to return to Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds.

Jozsef Pusuma, his wife, Timea Daroczi, and their daughter Viktoria (Lulu) have received word from the Trudeau government that they can finally call Canada home. The family, whown in 2014, had previously sought sanctuary in a Toronto church for three years before returning to Hungary after losing their asylum claim.

NICHOLAS KEUNG / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO

Jozsef Pusuma, his wife, Timea Daroczi, and their daughter Viktoria (Lulu) have received word from the Trudeau government that they can finally call Canada home. The family, whown in 2014, had previously sought sanctuary in a Toronto church for three years before returning to Hungary after losing their asylum claim.

Canada’s door has reopened for a Roma family who were forced to leave the country after they lost their asylum claim amid a long battle to bring their disgraced former lawyer to justice.

After years of living in hiding on two continents — including three years in a Toronto church — Jozsef Pusuma, his wife, Timea Daroczi, and their daughter Viktoria (Lulu) have received word from the Trudeau government that they can finally call Canada home.

The Pusumas left Canada in December 2014 before Toronto lawyer Viktor Hohots admitted to a Law Society Tribunal to professional misconduct in relation to 17 complaints from Roma refugee claimants.

Hohots was suspended from practice for five months and barred from practising refugee law for two years.

The Pusumas had spent three years in sanctuary in a Toronto church and were clinging to the slim hope Canada would allow them to return on humanitarian and compassionate grounds for the wrong done by their former lawyer. They have been in hiding in Hungary ever since.

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