Multiculturalism Is A Fraud


Births and immigration in Canada from 1850 to 2000

Dan Murray

Let me tell you about a friend of mine.

For the sake of privacy, I’ll call her “Mary”.

She is a recent immigrantfrom the Philippines. There, she was a librarian. A few years ago, she decided she needed a change in her life. After talking with friends who were emigrating to Canada, she decided to pay a visit to Canadian immigration officials to inquire about moving here.

“You’re just the kind of person Canada needs–skilled, well-educated,” she was told. “There are lots of jobs for you.” Mary was elated. Within a few months, she had resigned from her job and was on a plane to Vancouver. She found a place to live, and soon made lots of friends in the Filipino groups that she met. Next, she began her search for the job that she had been told would be so easy…

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