Two Alberta Businesswomen Take Aim At Jason Kenney for Canada and Alberta's Immigrati
Written by Paul Fromm
Saturday, 27 April 2013 03:57
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Two Alberta Businesswomen Take Aim At Jason Kenney for Canada and
Alberta's Immigration Nightmare

Subject: Re: Canada and Alberta's Immigration Nightmare

Dear Minister Kenney;

Alberta voters are growing very weary of your immigration policies. I
know that even people in the oil and gas industry who appear to be
writing your agenda are unhappy.

I am an industrial landlord and I hear constantly from my clients how
they need workers - good, productive workers not the kind who are
applying for their jobs - immigrants, often French, with little or no
English, or third-world untrained, who have absolutely NO technical or
industrial working skills whatsoever. They need welders, and linesmen
on the pipeline and hands-on industrial workers - not people who want
clean desk jobs with high pay, lots of time off, sick leave and plenty
of perks.

I have two daughters who have recently graduated with useless degrees
in political science and human resources who already want those
non-existent jobs. And they have plenty of friends too who would love
those jobs. I have been paying taxes, big Alberta taxes, to fund the
equalization payments to every other province and now, on top of this,
you send a bunch of unemployable immigrants to this province to
compete with our kids for the few white collar jobs around. Or, worse,
for us to support because they cannot find jobs.
If you think I am just blowing off steam and what I describe is not
happening, Minister Kenney, I invite you to visit me. I will take you
by the hand into the ghettos that you have created in our once
wonderful city, of Somalian immigrants who we spend our tax dollars
supporting and policing while they prey on our communities because
they have no skills whatsoever to do the jobs we desperately need
done. And they have no desire nor intention of doing. Why, when they
can rely upon crime and welfare to get by? Then I will take you out to
my industrial warehouses and let you talk to my tenants - welders,
metal fabricators, steel construction contractors, who cannot find
even one or two workers from among the French Guyanans and Congolese
you send us. These are immigrants we NEVER asked for, because they
have no clue nor desire to do the sort of hard, dirty, diligent, work
these jobs required, regardless how much they are paid and they are
paid very well, in the industries that pay the bills in this country.

You have been getting by on talking big and taking on a tough guy
posture for the media when it comes to immigration issues. In fact,
sir, in my opinion and the opinion of many people I know who are
finally waking up, you and your government's immigration policies have
cost us all dearly, in more ways than one. You sell the song that you
are serving the future employment needs for Canada's economic growth
to all us "dumb" voters out here, while hiding the fact that we have
extremely high rates of unemployment in that very immigrant community
that was supposed to supply us with workers.

I am not sure why you have encouraged such high rates of immigration
from such unsuitable places but I can speculate. Your reasons are
purely political. Instead of bringing people from English-speaking
countries - Britain, Australia, even the US and Europe - you bring in
French-speaking people. That way you can falsely increase the number
of French first-language citizens so that it is easier for your
government to rationalize all the French programming that it wastes
billions on. As I say, I speculate but so do a lot of us. Please set
me straight - I'd love to hear your "reasons" and how successful they
have been.

So, Minister Kenney, my question to you is this. When are you going to
come around here to Alberta and talk to the people on the ground
instead of the shirts in the boardrooms and find out how successful
your immigration program has been in serving the needs of Albertans?
And when are you going to stop trying to fool us that your immigration
policies have been a success when in fact they have been a dismal
failure? Please start telling us the truth instead of just a lot of
political talk.

Yours truly,
Sharon Maclise
Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney
{We don't think that headgear is a County Tipperary
folk costume.}

Dear Minister Kenney,

I echo Ms. Maclise’s sentiments. You clearly don’t care a whit
about the damage you are causing to Canada by letting in the wrong
kind of immigrants. The trouble they will cause is just beginning; no
changes you make to the Immigration Act can change that.
As I’ve told you in the past, I know of many European, Australian
and America people who would love to immigrate to Canada but are
rejected. These people would work hard, OBEY OUR LAWS, pay taxes,
speak English and be healthy. Their kids would play with ours instead
of being taught to hate and kill us. Instead of bringing in good
people to populate Canada as was done 70 years ago, you bring in
people who are coming here to harm us, or you bring in people who
speak French, a dying language that costs Canadians billions of
dollars; a language that instead of being encouraged should be given a
decent burial.

Like Ms. Maclise, I will continually warn Canadians of the actions of
your department which are destroying this country. The hatred people
feel for the immigrants you are allowing into Canada is palpable.

I promise you that if anyone I know is harmed by an immigrant, my
reaction will be less than friendly. Everyone I know feels the same
way. You and your government are causing feelings of hostility and
disharmony which will only increase in the months and years to come.

I will not vote for you in the next election and will instead spoil my
ballot. There is no one in government who has the best interests of
Canada or Canadians at heart.

Valerie Clark
Calgary, Alberta

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Brad Love’s Ten Years Punishment By the Courts for Writing Non-Violent Letters Contin
Written by Paul Fromm
Friday, 26 April 2013 04:54
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Brad Love’s Ten Years Punishment By the Courts for Writing
Non-Violent Letters Continues

TORONTO. April 25, 2012. “The thousands of dollars I spent to fly
back here, to take 10 days off work, to rent a car, to fund other
expenses are down the drain,” an angry Brad Love told the monthly
meeting of the Alternative Forum here tonight. Mr. Love had just
learned that his appeal against a brutal 18 month sentence for breach
of probation and a further three year political gag order had been
postponed. The appeal was to be heard Monday.

1. “The system is sucking me dry,” the Alberta-based oil
worker explained. “I was charged four years ago for breach of
probation – for sending a package of critical commentary to four
Jewish groups, who had given me their permission.” Mr. Love was then
under parole conditions stemming from a 2003 conviction, under
Canada’s notorious “hate law” (Sec. 319 of the Criminal Code)
for writing non-violent letters to some 20 MPs and other public
officials. He had received an 18-month jail sentence and Ontario Judge
Hogg had imposed conditions under which he was forbidden to write to
“anybody” without their express permission. [Those conditions,
incidentally, were imposed in Ontario, not in the Congo or Burma.]


“The average black crack dealer would get legal aid for free, spend
20 minutes in court and get maybe 60 days in prison,” Mr. Love
charged. This marks at least a dozen trips back to Ontario for this
simple breach of probation charge.

“I was abandoned by my pervious lawyer as soon as I was sentenced to
prison, last July,” Mr. Love recounted.” After six weeks his new
lawyer effected his release.

“I am still working at Fort McMurray. All I make now seems to go to
my lawyer. I wrote these letters These were my opinions. Let the cards
fall where they may. Growing up, I was told by my parents: ‘If you
don’t like something, speak up. The politicians work for you,’”
he recalled.

Well, “the ;politicians waste billions of dollars on foreign aid,
aid to Haiti, aid to Mali – I don’t even know where Mali is,
training Costa Rica’s police force. I am 54 years old. I work 84
hours a week and the government takes half. I don’t pay taxes; they
take them from me,” he charged.

Africa, he argued, “produces children faster than we can print
foreign aid money. It seems every time I write about immigration,
it’s eight White cops who arrest me, not Blacks,. I hate my own
government, not Blacks.”

Canada’s business and political establishment “want cheap labour.
Every immigrant they bring in means a wage cut. A Somali cab driver in
Fort Mac said he came from Toronto to Fort Mac ‘because there are
too many fucking immigrants in Toronto for me to make any money.’”

Mr. Love is an impassioned and highly entertaining speaker. “I hear
to the developing world,” he said. “What ‘developing’? Africa
has been there for 100,000 years. They should be sending us money.”

He predicts that the trend of bringing in cheap foreign labour –
despite high unemployment in Canada – will continue in Fort
McMurray. Wages will go down and the good times will be gone.”
Mr. Love seems to be a special target of Ontario’s police. “My
lawyer told me: ‘You’re on the police radar. Any contact with the
police, contact us.’” On Tuesday, on a noon visit to the liquor
store in Mississauga’s Applewood Mall, Mt. Love saw he was being
surveilled by a police cruiser. He was questioned and asked had he
been drinking. [No.] His ID was carefully scrutinized and he was asked
where he was staying.

“Everything in this country is a joke, just a fumblebutt system,”
Mr. Love said. “the police want an incident, to provoke me to react
so that they can seize the bail my parents help put up. “This was
the day after cops arrested two black bank robbers who jumped a
counter and shot two people and some other blacks who robbed people on
the subway.” Despite this real crime, “they still have time to
watch Brad Love, who is not even from this province.”

Despite efforts by Mr. Love and CAFÉ, the Canadian media seems
studiously uninterested in Mr. Love’s battering and gagging by the
courts. Discussing these costly and prolonged proceedings, Mr. Love
noted that no lawyer or judge has ever asked: “Brad, how are you

Some years ago, he recalled, he wrote letters to the Minister of
Immigration critical of Haitians. “Four cops showed up and told me:
‘We don’t like the tone of your letters.”

“With what they’ve spent persecuting me they could have built a
large home for seniors and done something for this country,” he

Still, Brad Love is a happy warrior: “I am still smiling. I go to
work every day. I drink my beer. I snub the government and look at
this country as a joke. Sodomy is legal. Gay marriage is legal,” but
free speech is illegal.”

“People know I’m right, but they are afraid. They say: ‘I
don’t want to be you, Brad.’ People fear losing their house, their
bank account, their job. If you’re a dissident, there’s no safety
net for you. The government wants to see you broke and living in a

“It’s hard to believe in my own country,” he added. The
decade-long persecution has affected my friends and my family,” he
added. “I am not a skinhead, I am not a neo-Nazi. I am not a racist.
But I do not like what the government is doing with my money.” –
Paul Fromm

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Immigration Reform Needed Now!
Written by Paul Fromm
Thursday, 25 April 2013 05:40
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Immigration Reform Needed Now!


Immigration Watch Canada is an organization of Canadians who believe
that immigration has to serve the interests of its own citizens. It
cannot be turned into a social assistance / job-finding program for
people from other countries. It should never be a social engineering
experiment that is conducted on Canada’s mainstream population in
order to make it a minority. **

But immigration has become those 2 things.
Why? In particular, why has Canada’s 250,000 per year immigration
intake remained in place for over 22 years?

The answer is that all of Canada’s major political parties have
adopted the attitude that they know what is best for Canadians and
that Canadians do not have to be consulted when major decisions are
These politicians imply that the primary purpose of immigration is to
help people in other countries, whether this help is to protect them
from persecution or from unemployment. These politicians claim that
their position is morally superior, and that this is why they support
current immigration policies.
They have also pretended that these policies are in the interest of
Canada. But, in reality, as most Canadians can see, the policies are
intended solely to help each of the political parties get a share of
the immigrant vote.
This shameless immigration betrayal of Canada and the promotion of
political party self-interest began in 1990 when one political party
(the Progressive Conservatives) increased immigration levels to
250,000 per year. At the time they did this, they actually announced
they were doing so in order to capture more of the immigrant vote.
This may sound hard to believe because it is so brazen, but it is a
fact. Since then, all other parties have adopted the same policy. All
pretend that their actions are helping people in the rest of the world
and that this immigration flood is literally and figuratively
enriching Canadian society.
The reality is that it has obviously been destructive and senseless .
Canada’s 250,000 per year immigration intake since 1990 has been
far too high. In fact, Canada’s intake is the highest per capita in
the world.
What are some examples of the destruction and senselessness? Our high
intake has had major negative economic consequences for Canadians who
are looking for work. In fact, it has forced many of Canada’s own
unemployed to compete with immigrants for a limited number of jobs and
it has impoverished many Canadians .
Absurd as it may sound, some naive, employed Canadians have actually
launched “Recognize Foreign Credentials”, “Cultural Diversity in
the Workplace”, and “Hire An Immigrant” campaigns to give
immigrants that Canada never needed a hiring advantage over unemployed
Canadian-born. And they smugly believe they should be given awards for
throwing their own fellow citizens under the bus.

The destruction and senselessness these naive Canadians (as well as
those with sinister intentions) have created has caused many Canadians
(especially those in Canada’s larger centres) to become very angry.
These Canadians feel that this social engineering project has raised
“Diversity” to the level of a national goal. They feel this
amounts to the country being ethnically cleansed and re-colonized.
Finally, they see with their own eyes that Canada’s high intake has
also turned many areas of the country into crowded, grid-locked,
environmental disasters-in-progress.
We repeat one basic question : Why Is Canada bringing in 250,000+
immigrants per year? Ottawa has never provided a logical answer to
that question. In fact, it has pretended that current immigration is
no different from past immigration. It has also withheld vital
information or tried to deceive Canadians by making false claims about
the benefits of immigration.

We believe Canada should have some immigration, but that immigration
levels should be reduced to about 50,000, that is, to about 20% of the
current annual 250,000 intake. We advocate that the 50,000 intake
level should be kept in place indefinitely to compensate for the
immigration disaster that has occurred in the past 22 years.
We also advocate a significant reduction to Canada’s Temporary
Foreign Worker program which in 2011 allowed another 300,000+
non-Canadians to work in Canada. The 300,000+ consists of about
180,000 to 200,000 new workers who entered Canada plus another 100,000
to 120,000 who were already here. This program is being widely abused
by employers and should probably be reduced to nearly zero. In any
recession (this past one and others), it is madness for a country to
be importing large numbers of immigrants as well as large numbers of
Temporary Foreign Workers.
In addition to a reduction of Canada’s immigration intake to 50,000
per year and a dramatic cut to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker
program, we also call for major reform to many of Canada’s other
immigration policies. (See our Basics section ( ) for details.)
** For background on major immigration policy changes made in the
1960′s and 70′s, click on the following summaries of excellent
research done by reporter Doug Collins in his book “Immigration :
The Destruction Of English Canada” :

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