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Trudeau Targets Alberta For 3rd World Immigration Take Off
How strange-- immigration to Alberta skyrockets, and funding from Ottawa declines.
Pictured, PM Trudeau with his selection for Mayor of Edmonton, ex-Liberal Cabinet member, Amarjeet Sohi.
Despite a Canadian media cover-up, more and more citizens of our country are coming to understand the relationship between 3rd World immigration and Liberal Party political domination.
The prototype-- ground zero for the "woke revolution"-- is Ontario's Greater Toronto Area(GTA). Ridings in the GTA include a powerhouse of immigration-driven political winners in past federal elections.
It’s here that Liberal luminaries such as MPs Iqra Khalid, Kamal Khera, Sonia Sidhu, Arif Virani, Omar Alghabra, Bardish Chagger and Ahmed Hussen have found their political fortune.
Brampton, Markham, Scarborough and more-- all of it locked-in tight by way of Liberal Party marketing strategy. Matching the ethnicity of a candidate to the "majority minority" population serves as a blueprint for current expansion beyond the GTA, and into Western Canada.
Media say nothing. CAP follow these issues as thoroughly as possible. We have yet to witness mainstream media reference the political strategy.
Two reasons why may exist. First, the hyper-sensitive issue of racism in society. More meaningful may be the idea that PM Justin Trudeau and his backroom schemers don't want general society to comprehend their strategy.
This way, they can covertly transition other provinces into the same dynamic. In this regard, the province of Alberta stands as target numero uno. It's exactly what is now occurring:
‘The Provincial Nominee Program Has Changed Canadian Immigration’
"Canada’s immigration landscape has been largely transformed by the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), according to a new Statistics Canada study."
"The Prairie provinces gained substantially, the share of immigrants going to both Manitoba and Saskatchewan grew from virtually zero to 7%. Alberta experienced an increase share along with the Atlantic provinces, with their collective share rising from 1% to 7%."
An article published in the Globe & Mail speaks to related circumstances:
“It’s always been a challenge, but I’ve never seen it like this. Never,” said Shirley Philips, Chief Executive at Immigrant Services Calgary.
Quite. Integral to the challenges are two themes recurring in Ontario and other high-immigration locations: housing and healthcare.
"It goes beyond the affordable housing crunch and whether everyone will have access to primary health care. Calgary agencies that help people get settled in the country say uncertainty about funding from the federal government is leading to long waiting lists and layoffs."
How does Alberta Premier Danielle Smith feel about the situation? Western Canadians may be surprised at what her UCP government are planning behind-the-scenes.
Last month, Premier Smith issued a mandate letter to Alberta’s Minister of Immigration and Multiculturalism Muhammad Yaseen, instructing him to grow opportunities for new arrivals to the province.
The letter includes a laundry-list of pro-immigration provincial government policies, inclusive of anti-racism programs and "celebration of the province's diverse cultural communities."
All of which sound very Justin Trudeau-like. Not that the lady is completely out-of-control. There is some chance that Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Lethbridge et al will not transition to Brampton, Ontario, in which white Canadians comprise less than 10% of the demographic.
Still, the potential is there, and no one will be more thrilled with it than PM Trudeau. We begin to hone-in on the game-plan.
If the Liberals can replicate the ethnic GTA environment in every major city and town in Canada, democracy will eventually die. Immigration policy has the potential to transition every currently-held Conservative Party riding to the Liberal Party.
Fast-forward to year 2044, and the Liberals control 90% of all federal ridings. What then is the point of federal elections? There is none, and for Trudeau and the Liberals, there is no greater goal.
Based on 100 years of immigration, Canada transitions to a one-party state. Cultural Action Party fully admit it-- the theory is hypothetical. Yet, if we had a crystal ball granting us one long-term prediction, this is it.
As for Alberta itself, the ball is already rolling. Elected in the 2010 municipal election with 39% of the vote, Naheed Nenshi became the first Muslim mayor of a large North American city. Calgary is the one, and between then and now, not much has changed. Replaced by current Mayor Jhoti Gondek, it’s full steam ahead for woke liberalism in Cowtown.
Another woke liberal is the real thing. Amarjeet Sohi, former Liberal Cabinet member in the Trudeau government, somehow managed to find himself placed into office as Mayor of Edmonton.
Call CAP paranoid, but we say both Gondel and Sohi were planted into office-- for a purpose.
Back in Ottawa, Liberal statisticians know well and good that Alberta is being targeted for conversion to Liberal-3rd World political schema found in the GTA.
"I look forward to working with cultural communities of Alberta to ensure that we create the conditions for immigrants to be welcomed into our communities.” says Muhammad Yaseen, Minister of Immigration and Multiculturalism.
Yes, Muhammed, we're sure that you do, and were quite certain the community from which you derive will be a top priority.
After which we transition to the challenges involved in successful "integration" of newcomers to Alberta.
Sharif Haji, NDP Critic for Immigration:
"This letter fails to provide a plan to create a welcoming environment where newcomers feel welcomed. Smith’s approach to racism is completely inadequate."
Lord Almighty, how these types love to complain. For the migration-pushers, nothing is ever good enough. Yet, drilling down on shortcomings reveals an intriguing social dynamic.
Immigrant Services Calgary says they will receive less money from Ottawa – which makes up the majority of their funding – this fiscal year than last year.
Why? For what reason would Trudeau's Liberals cut back on the funding? Is it merely screwed-up red tape time, or is there a back-room reason for a decline in funding?
“The Centre for Newcomers has laid off 65 people – almost a quarter of its staff – in recent weeks. Chief program officer Kelly Ernst said the issue is a delay in contract updates with the federal government.”
What the heck is up with this? Immigration to Alberta skyrockets, and funding from Ottawa declines in major style.
Why? We stand aghast. Can it be that king of 3rd World Canadian communities Justin Trudeau simply doesn't care? That his goal is to stuff as many 3rd World Liberal voters into our country regardless of negative fallout?
CAP believe this to be bang-on-the-money. Justin Trudeau is a socialist revolutionary. At present, he is revolutionizing our country by transitioning it from Anglo-European dominated to 3rd World dominated.
Target number one at this time is the traditionally conservative province of Alberta. In addition to decline in housing and healthcare, the Trudeau government have it in for the province's uber-valuable oil & energy industries.
Simply put, it doesn't look good. Certainly not for Alberta's "Old Stock" population. Will Justin Trudeau successfully convert Alberta to a replica of his stronghold on ridings in the Greater Toronto Area?