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How Canada chooses its' friends

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Submitted by Walter (Canada), Dec 21, 2005 at 20:18

The Canadian Liberal Government has a plan for staying in power for many more years to come. Part of the plan is to increase immigration to Canada. Immigrants, regardless of how much they despise government policies will always continue to elect the government that made it possible for them to come to Canada. As an example, Canada's largest city is Toronto and more than 50% of its' inhabitants were born in another country. This is one reason why Toronto is so staunchly liberal. While immigration benefits Canada in many ways, there is inevitably a downside as well. The downside is the increasing occurrence of crime among immigrant communities. The gun crimes in Toronto are reaching a point of crisis as youthful immigrants establish gangs in order to participate in the drug economy.

The Liberal Government's solution is to confiscate handguns from registered gun owners in spite of the fact, that the vast majority of gun crimes are committed with imported illegal guns. This of course, is rather pleasing to the criminals, for when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. Another ploy to find favor among immigrants is to bash our longest and most loyal friends, the Americans. In so doing, the Liberal Government is finding great favor among the haters of the USA and is unquestionably securing their votes. An excellent example is the Khadr family. The Khadr's left Canada in 1998, to join Al-Qaeda. When the men folk were involved in a shoot-out in Pakistan and the father and one son were killed and another other wounded, Canada brought the wounded son back to Canada, at great expense, so he could receive the best medical treatment available and probably live on welfare for the rest of his life as he is a paraplegic. Another aspect of the anti-American bias, initiated and nurtured by the Paul Martin government in to gain control of Alberta's oil and develop China and India as our primary customers. By accomplishing this goal, Paul Martin will have greater control over Alberta's resources and will position his government for future electoral victories. Most Albertans view the Americans as friends and are not interested in developing other customers for our natural resources, which of course is irrelevant as Alberta has very little influence with the our present federal government. Only Canadians would elect a Prime Minister, who incorporates and registers his company in another country to avoid paying taxes in Canada and being obligated to hire Canadian workers.
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