Jump to content
Political Discussion Forums

Teena

Members
  • Content Count

    170
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

37 Excellent

1 Follower

About Teena

  • Rank
    Full Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Ontario, Canada

Recent Profile Visitors

339 profile views
  1. Hey Argus, I agree. My daughter visited China 2 years ago for school. She was there for 28 days. She said it is so dirty there. She said you take a shower and you still feel dirty. She said she ate mostly rice because it was so dirty in many places. High pollution. Too many people? Streets are crowded. Makes you wonder about their sewage and waste systems.
  2. Hi Rue, I am not sure either. I never mentioned Muslims being banned in Canada? I was referring to immigration as a whole and increased crime. Are they related? We have many here in my town coming in from Somalia, India and the ME. When I shop at this particular Walmart, which I have been for years, there was NEVER Security at the door until this new year. And also when shopping here, I sometimes wonder what happened to the white folk? Hey, I stole as a kid. I got caught and never did it again and my parents had to pay a fine and I had to write an essay why it was wrong. I was 12 or 13. Wonder if they still do that?
  3. I do not think there is self check outs here. But I will check next time I'm there.
  4. This Walmart had a greeter for years. He was a man with down syndrome. Haven't seen him in a long time. This is different. This is someone with 'Security' written on the back of his coat. Seemed strange to me. I think crime is up because of immigration in this particular area.
  5. So today I went to Walmart. I have been going to this same Walmart for 20 years! In the New Year they now have security on your way out, like Costco. They check your bill and cart. This area is mostly immigrants ... just saying. Theft and crime is on the rise? Could be the 'riff-raff' already living here in my hometown LoL
  6. Because there is a difference.
  7. The Queen is a smart lady. To me this is all a set up coming to live in Canada. Big news for sure! Is it a cover up for the royal accused of ties with Epstein? Don't want any more tabloids on that subject.
  8. Thanks Rue. The big difference between you and I .... I'm a woman and your a man. Just saying.
  9. I have learned to keep my distance
  10. No other religion covers the entire body and face. #NotCanadian Why does Canada even allow this dress? It is also a security risk.
  11. Teena said: I would like to ask Rue or any true patriot how he/she would feel if their neighborhood was 35 per cent or higher Muslim? Every day when you look out your kitchen or living room window you see Hijabs or Burkas. Are all Muslims terrorists? No of course not. Dia said: Why would "any true patriot" be disturbed by seeing Canadians outside their window? Teena said: Often on the way to work in the morning I see a Muslim that lives around the corner from me, walk their child to the bus stop dressed in the photo I have attached to this post. Every time I see this I cannot understand it. It looks awful and I get these feelings of untrust and seriousness. I have a hard time with it. Am I wrong or racist for feeling this way? Dia, what kind of questions/feelings go through your mind when you see someone that is dressed like the attached photo? Teena said: But trust me your neighborhood would change with higher numbers. I have learned to keep to myself. I avoid this religion like a plague. Why? I guess you need to experience it to know what I'm talking about. Dia Said: We all have our crosses to bear, I suppose. I've never had a bad experience at the hands of an identifiable minority group; have had several bad experiences at the hands of White-skinned Canadian males and a few White-skinned, Canadian Christians. Still, I am not bothered by seeing white males or Christians outside in my neighborhood either, because I realize that a few bad apples in the barrel is not a reason to stop eating all the apples. Teena said: Well lucky for you Dia. I grew up in a low income, very diverse neighborhood. Bullying, bad and good in every race. I get that. But Islam .... the covering and restrictions for women, the seriousness of this religion, is for the birds. #NotCanadian
  12. I would like to ask Rue or any true patriot how he/she would feel if their neighborhood was 35 per cent or higher Muslim? Every day when you look out your kitchen or living room window you see Hijabs or Burkas. Are all Muslims terrorists? No of course not. But trust me your neighborhood would change with higher numbers. I have learned to keep to myself. I avoid this religion like a plague. Why? I guess you need to experience it to know what I'm talking about.
  13. My statement is not contradictory. Sorry for the confusement. What i am saying is I'll take Trump's ban vs what we have now in Canada. Something is better then nothing. If immigration were to be cut and some of that lower number are women from Muslim countries that are educated, escaping persecution, don't want to wear a Hijab, etc .... no bitching here. #welcometoCanada
  14. No of course I do not agree with that. But I have no problem with Trump's ban. It is complicated. Canada's hope was with Max Bernier and the PPC. The party's platform on Immigration and ending multiculturalism was perfect with cutting immigration from 350,000 to btwn 100,000 and 150,000 a year. Immigration should be too economically benefit Canadians and Canada as a whole. The cultural character of our country is changing. It doesn't matter where these females you speak off are immigrating from. There are highly educated and progressive thinking women in Canada already and in many other countries too.
×
×
  • Create New...