Written by Paul Fromm
Monday, 15 March 2010 07:11
*The Situation in Haiti from An Insider*

*Written by a Special Forces soldier with contacts:

To All,

I just returned from Haiti with Hxxxx. We flew in at 3 AM Sunday to the
scene of such incredible destruction on one side, and enormous ineptitude
and criminal neglect on the other.

Port au Prince is in ruins. The rest of the country is fairly intact.
Our team was a rescue team and we carried special equipment that locates
people buried under the rubble. There are easily 200,000 dead, the city
smells like a charnel house.. The bloody UN was there for 5 years doing
apparently nothing but wasting US Taxpayers money. The ones I ran into were
either incompetent or outright anti-American. Most are French or french
speakers, worthless every damn one of them.

While 1800 rescuers were ready willing and able to leave the airport and
go do our jobs, the UN and USAID ( another organization full of little
OBamites and communists that openly speak against America) These two
organizations exemplared their parochialism by:

USAID, when in control of all inbound flights, had food and water
flights stacked up all the way to Miami, yet allowed Geraldo Rivera,
Anderson Cooper and a host of other left wing news puppies to land.

Pulled all the security off the rescue teams so that Bill Clinton and
his wife could have the grand tour, whilst we sat unable to get to people
trapped in the rubble.

Stacked enough food and water for the relief over at the side of the
airfield then put a guard on it while we dehydrated and wouldn't release a
drop of it to the rescuers.

No shower facilities to decontaminate after digging or moving corpses
all day, except for the FEMA teams who brought their own shower and decon
equipment, as well as air conditioned tents.

No latrine facilities, less digging a hole. If you set up a shitter
everyone was trying to use it.

I watched a 25 year old Obamite with the USAID shrieking hysterically,
berate a full bird colonel in the air force, because he countermanded her
orders, whilst trying to unscrew the air pattern. " You don't know what
your president wants! The military isn't in charge here we are!"

If any of you are thinking of giving money to the Haitian relief, or to
the UN don't waste your money. It will only go to further the goals of the
French and the Liberal left.

If we are a fair and even society, why is it that only white couples are
adopting Haitian orphans. Where the hell is that vocal minority that is
always screaming about the injustice of American society.

Bad place, bad situation, but a perfect look at the new world order in
action. New Orleans magnified a thousand times. Haiti doesnt need
democracy. What Haiti needs is Papa Doc. That's not just my opinion. That
is what virtually every Haitian we talked with said. The French run UN treat
us the same as when we were a colony, at least Papa Doc ran the country.

Oh, and as a last slap in the face the last four of us had to take US
AIRWAYS home from Phoenix . They slapped me with a $590 dollar baggage
charge for the four of us. The girl at the counter was almost in tears
because she couldn't give us a discount or she would lose her job. Pass that
on to the flying public.

Nick *
Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 10 March 2010 09:21
* Whites to be a Minority in Toronto & Vancouver in 20 Years

The cold blooded immigration policy imposed on Canadians in 1965 and
enforced by governments Liberal and Conservative ever since is rapidly
achieving its goal of the replacement of Canada's European founding/settler
people, especially from Canada's major cities, according to a recently
released Stats Canada analysis based on the 2006 census. Massive
immigration, even is the face of persistent high unemployment, will achieve
the ethnic cleansing of the European Majority from Toronto and Vancouver by
2031, or well before, and massive changes in cities like Calgary and

Non-Whites will soar to 25% of Canada's overall population by 2031. The
goal, with present low White birthrates and massive mostly Third World
immigration, is to reduce the European founding/settler people to minority
status nation-wide by 2050.

"Statistics Canada says that by 2031 up to 14.4 million people in Canada
could be a visible minority - with so-called minorities becoming the
majority in two major cities. " (Canadian Press, March 9, 2010)
"Multi-cultural Cowtown will continue to be a destination for foreign
immigrants, with visible minorities expected to account for 38% of Calgary’s
population by 2031, more than the national average, according to new data
from Statistics Canada. ... Calgary’s expected minority population boom
trails only Toronto (63%), Vancouver (59%) and Barrie, Ont. (39%) among
cities that will see the highest ratio by 2031." (*Calgary Sun*, March 9,

And lest the dispossessed Majority decides to speak up or get too
obstreperous in the face of their own ethnic cleansing, there are Canada's
notorious "hate laws" and human rights acts ("human rights", of course,
does not include freedom of speech) to remind them to shut up.

*The Calgary Sun
*March 9, 2010
Calgary's Minority Population To Swell
by Shawn Logan

Welcome to Calgary, population: global.
Multi-cultural Cowtown will continue to be a destination for foreign
immigrants, with visible minorities expected to account for 38% of Calgary’s
population by 2031, more than the national average, according to new data
from Statistics Canada.

The study, focusing on Canada’s diversity, projects just under one-third of
the country’s population will be a visible minority in the next 20 years,
with Calgary being one of the primary destinations for immigrants.
In the 2006 census, almost 250,000 Calgarians belonged to a visible
minority, representing 22% of the city’s population.
And with projections calling for as many as 800,000 visible minorities
making up Calgary’s mosaic by 2031, some local cultural associations believe
it’s time to abandon obsolete labels.

“The people who are coming here are no longer ‘them,’ they’re ‘us,’” said
Fariborz Birjandian, executive director of the Calgary Catholic Immigration
Society.“This city was built by immigrants and we need to recognize that
regardless of whether they’re refugees or immigrants, they’re all

Calgary’s expected minority population boom trails only Toronto (63%),
Vancouver (59%) and Barrie, Ont. (39%) among cities that will see the
highest ratio by 2031.

The city will also see one of the highest populations of foreign-born
residents, which is expected to crack 30% on the census tallies over the
same period. South Asians are expected to see the most growth in the coming
years, projected to make up almost one-third of Calgary’s population of
visible minorities.
And with that growth, Senan Mathummal, president of the India Canada
Association of Calgary, said he hopes the population spike will integrate
smoothly in their adopted city. “Whatever happens, ultimately there must be
a sort of integration taking place,” he said. “Immigration is going to make
Canada one of the greatest nations in the world.”

The Canadian Press
March 9, 2010
Minorities To Be Majorities In Two Canadian Cities by 2031,Statistics Canada
by Allison Jones
TORONTO -- The proportion of visible minorities in Canada, already one of
the most ethnically diverse countries in the world, is set to explode in the
coming decades and account for one-third of the population, Statistics
Canada says.

In a projection released Tuesday, Statistics Canada says that by 2031 up to
14.4 million people in Canada could be a visible minority - with so-called
minorities becoming the majority in two major cities.
Driven largely by immigration, but also birth rates and younger median ages
among visible minorities, the projection suggests the face of Canada will
have changed dramatically over half a century.

In 1981 there were about one million Canadians - five per cent of the
population - who identified themselves as visible minorities. The projection
for 2031 is more than double the 5.3 million visible minorities counted in
the 2006 census.
As the upward trend continues Canadians will have to start thinking about
races in a different way - not just visible minorities as compared to the
Caucasian population, said a Queen's University sociology professor.

"The idea of a visible minority is going to have to shift or it's going to
start getting more and more ridiculous to talk about a minority of people
who in fact are the majority," Richard Day said. ...
"Probably in terms of powers, in terms of who's in charge, I think that
might not change so much," he said.
The largest visible minority group is projected to be South Asian, which
includes people from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Statistics Canada
projects the South Asian population could double in 2031 to 4.1 million from
roughly 1.3 million in 2006.
That doesn't surprise Sunil Rao, the editor of *South Asian Focus*, a weekly
newspaper based in Brampton, Ont., in the Greater Toronto Area.

Rao, originally from India, moved to Canada 3 1/2 years ago to provide
better opportunities for his children.
"Your kids impel you to look for something better than what we enjoyed as
kids, to better their fortunes," he said.
The Greater Toronto Area, already home to 718,000 South Asians according to
the 2006 census, has seen some South Asians elected to various levels of
government, but having positions of power more accurately reflect the
country's makeup won't happen overnight, Rao said. ...

The second largest visible minority group is projected to be Chinese, but
while both groups will see large increases, the rate at which the Chinese
population grows will be lower, Statistics Canada said.Chinese women have
one of the lowest fertility rates among all the groups in Canada, said
analyst Eric Caron Malenfant. "The growth within the South Asian population
would be higher essentially due to higher fertility compared to the
Chinese," he said.
South Asians would make up 28 per cent of Canada's visible minority
population in 2031, up from 25 per cent in 2006, according to the
projection. The Chinese population, while also projected to double, could be
21 per cent of the population in 2031, down slightly from 24 per cent in

Statistics Canada takes its definition of a visible minority from the
federal Employment Equity Act, which is "persons, other than Aboriginal
peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour."
The percentage of foreign-born people in Canada is projected to grow about
four times faster than the rest of the population between now and 2031. That
would mean the total proportion of foreign-born people would account for
between 25 and 28 per cent of Canada's population, or up to 12.5 million

By 2031, most visible minorities - 71 per cent - are projected to live in
Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal, building on a trend that has seen immigrants
move to urban centres in large numbers.
The largest proportion by far is projected to live in Toronto, where
Statistics Canada projects white people would be a visible minority by 2031.
The agency says 63 per cent of the population could be a non-white visible
minority in two decades, up from 43 per cent counted in the 2006 census.

In Vancouver, the population of visible minorities is projected to reach 59
per cent, up from 42 per cent in 2006.
By 2031 one-quarter of Torontonians will be South Asians and one-quarter of
Vancouverites will identify themselves as Chinese, Statistics Canada
In Montreal visible minority groups would represent 31 per cent of the
population, with the increase in that area driven by blacks and Arabs. But
increases in visible minority populations won't be limited to the biggest
cities, Caron Malenfant said.
"According to our projections the diversity would increase in every
metropolitan area, even if the diversity is lower than average at the
beginning of the projection," he said.

The numbers may seem insignificant compared with Toronto and Vancouver, but
the visible minority population will double in many other areas, even if it
is from five to 10 per cent in Brantford, Ont., or one to two per cent in
Saguenay, Que.
Those communities likely won't notice a visible difference, said Day, who
called it going "from one kind of relative insignificance to another."

"Not to be someone who belongs will still be obvious," he said. "It will
still be obvious in Moncton. It will still be obvious in Greater Sudbury,"
both of which are projected to go from two to five per cent.
Still, the projections confirm that smaller centres and rural communities
will look nothing like Canada's largest cities in the years to come.
Newcomers settle in urban areas because the sheer size of the cities means
more job opportunities, which then leads to the creation of ethnic
communities, said University of Toronto professor Jeffrey Reitz. "(They)
become kind of magnets in themselves for people of similar backgrounds," the
ethnic and immigration studies professor said.
"The existence of the communities in the cities sort of tends to become a
self-perpetuating process."
That big city-small town immigrant settlement gap may narrow one day, with
foreign-born Canadians moving to all corners of the country, but not just
yet, Reitz predicted.
"It's already the case for immigration over the last five or six years that
it has begun to become a little bit less concentrated," he said.

"But I think it certainly will be the case that immigration will continue to
be a largely urban phenomenon for the foreseeable future."
An Egyptian-born woman expelled from a French class after refusing to remove
her face-covering niqab has filed a complaint with the Quebec Human Rights

Two Nova Scotia brothers, aged 19 and 20, have been charged with hate crimes
after a cross was burned in the yard of an interracial couple.
There was a rash of attacks on anglers of Asian background in Ontario in
recent years. They had complained of being hassled while fishing in various
lakes. A 26-year-old man was sentenced to two years in jail.
Written by Paul Fromm
Tuesday, 09 March 2010 09:32
bringing malaria to U.S.
Thu Mar 4, 2010 5:25pm EST
Related News

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Fri, Feb 12 2010

[image: People gather around a working water fountain in the courtyard
of a Christian mission on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince January 18, 2010.
REUTERS/Ana-Bianca Marin]

People gather around a working water fountain in the courtyard of a
Christian mission on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince January 18, 2010.

Credit: Reuters/Ana-Bianca Marin

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Health experts watching for signs of a malaria outbreak
have noticed several cases of the mosquito-borne disease among people
traveling back from Haiti, where an earthquake in January killed as many as
300,000 people.

Health <>

So far, 11 laboratory-confirmed cases of malaria have been reported among
emergency responders and those traveling in the United States from Haiti,
the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday.

Haiti already had a problem with malaria, which is spread by mosquitoes that
will have more places to breed in the cities and towns wrecked by the giant

"Thus, displaced persons living outdoors or in temporary shelters and
thousands of emergency responders in Haiti are at substantial risk,"
researchers at the Pan American Health Organization and colleagues wrote in
the CDC's weekly report on death and disease.

Each year, Haiti reports about 30,000 confirmed cases of malaria to the Pan
American Health Organization, but the CDC estimates as many as 200,000 may
occur each year.

Three cases the CDC cited occurred among Haitian residents traveling to the
United States and one case involved a U.S. resident who was visiting Haiti.
All are expected to recover fully.

Six out of eight patients, including seven emergency responders, had been
advised to take drugs to prevent malaria but had not done so, the PAHO
experts said.

According to the CDC, malaria transmission peaks after the two rainy seasons
-- November to January and again during May to June.

There is no vaccine against the parasite that causes the illness and it
quickly evolves resistance against drugs.

The CDC said the reported cases do not require a change in policy, but said
anyone traveling to Haiti should take drugs to help prevent infection.

The CDC said it is continuing to monitor malaria in Haiti.
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