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I had the privilege of interviewing MP Mark Holland on issues facing Canada from Clean drinking water in Indengoues reserves, Coronavirus outbreak, Affordable housing, and Wexit Canada.

You can watch it on youtube Monday 2:15 p.m EST 

BUT What do you think are the top 5 issues in Canada?

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Good on you in doing this Hussain! It is important to get younger people involved.

To me, the top 5 issues are:

  • The Environment, which ties into:
  • Use of our natural resources
  • Nurturing our other industries
  • Monopoly of industries (telecom / insurance / health / etc)
  • The aging population

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On 3/10/2020 at 1:20 AM, marcus said:

Good on you in doing this Hussain! It is important to get younger people involved.

To me, the top 5 issues are:

  • The Environment, which ties into:
  • Use of our natural resources
  • Nurturing our other industries
  • Monopoly of industries (telecom / insurance / health / etc)
  • The aging population

Thats some really good ones.

Could u explain the aging population

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On 3/8/2020 at 2:37 PM, Hussain said:

I had the privilege of interviewing MP Mark Holland on issues facing Canada from Clean drinking water in Indengoues reserves, Coronavirus outbreak, Affordable housing, and Wexit Canada.

You can watch it on youtube Monday 2:15 p.m EST 

BUT What do you think are the top 5 issues in Canada?

Follow me on IG @t.w.t_podcast_

 

1. Multiculturalism

2. Massive 3rd world immigration/refugees.

3. Foreign aid 

4. Bilingualism

5. Liberals. 

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Just now, taxme said:

1. Multiculturalism

2. Massive 3rd world immigration/refugees.

3. Foreign aid 

4. Bilingualism

5. Liberals. 

I respect your top 5 issues, but explain your reasoning behind Multiculturalism

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On 3/9/2020 at 10:20 PM, marcus said:

Good on you in doing this Hussain! It is important to get younger people involved.

To me, the top 5 issues are:

  • The Environment, which ties into:
  • Use of our natural resources
  • Nurturing our other industries
  • Monopoly of industries (telecom / insurance / health / etc)
  • The aging population

1. There is no real environment problem to worry about. 

2. If you are worried about the environment then you should want to see massive immigration be brought to a halt. 

3. As long as Trudeau is around, he appears to be not trying to nurtures new industries at all, but instead appears to be trying to destroy all of our industries. 

4. I agree. There is no real thing called free enterprise in Canada. We just have either too much monopoly or too much government pretty much running and controlling Canada and Canadians. 

5. Well, we should stop allowing anymore sponsoring of old parents and grandparents into Canada from those many 3rd world countries who have not paid a penny into our social and medical services but will get to use them eventually for free. This is one reason why we are having an old age problem in Canada. We can slow that down by stopping all this sponsoring of old age people. 

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9 minutes ago, Hussain said:

I respect your top 5 issues, but explain your reasoning behind Multiculturalism

1. Multiculturalism divides the people and does not unite the people. some say that multiculturalism is genocide being implemented against the host British/European people of Canada.

2. Massive third world immigration and refugees will eventually replace the British/European people of Canada. For decades now, immigrants from the 3rd world have been brought into Canada by the millions and they are slowly replacing the host British/European people of Canada. In 1960 the population of Canada was around 90% white. Now it is 60% white. This is what some call genocide against a certain host people in Canada. 

3. Hundreds of billions if not trillions have been robbed from the taxpayer's of Canada and those tax dollars have been given to mostly third world countries who should have never been given our tax dollars. Look where Canada would be today if we had put all that money back into Canada. We the people would be thousands of dollars richer if it were not for this farce called foreign aid. 

4. Bilingualism is the french way of trying to make the rest of Canada become bilingual while Quebec gets to go and stay unilingual french speaking only. Trillions of tax dollars again wasted on a province who wants to separate from English Canada. Theft is the only word that I can come up with right now. 

5. French liberalism and NDP socialism have done more harm and damage to Canada and Canadians in the last 40 years then all the other years combined since Canada became a country. Those two disasterous ism's have blown trillions of our Canadian tax dollars on stupid and foolish liberal and socialist programs and agendas that have not done one dam good thing to try and help keep Canada great. What it has done is to help make some politicians in the federal government richer while it kept we the people from getting richer ourselves. All other levels of governments have not done very much for we the people either. They all treat our tax dollars as if it were their tax dollars to go out and blow on their pet peeves willy-nilly. 

There, you have it. Any comments on what I said? You now have the floor. :)

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4 hours ago, taxme said:

1. Multiculturalism divides the people and does not unite the people. some say that multiculturalism is genocide being implemented against the host British/European people of Canada.

2. Massive third world immigration and refugees will eventually replace the British/European people of Canada. For decades now, immigrants from the 3rd world have been brought into Canada by the millions and they are slowly replacing the host British/European people of Canada. In 1960 the population of Canada was around 90% white. Now it is 60% white. This is what some call genocide against a certain host people in Canada. 

3. Hundreds of billions if not trillions have been robbed from the taxpayer's of Canada and those tax dollars have been given to mostly third world countries who should have never been given our tax dollars. Look where Canada would be today if we had put all that money back into Canada. We the people would be thousands of dollars richer if it were not for this farce called foreign aid. 

4. Bilingualism is the french way of trying to make the rest of Canada become bilingual while Quebec gets to go and stay unilingual french speaking only. Trillions of tax dollars again wasted on a province who wants to separate from English Canada. Theft is the only word that I can come up with right now. 

5. French liberalism and NDP socialism have done more harm and damage to Canada and Canadians in the last 40 years then all the other years combined since Canada became a country. Those two disasterous ism's have blown trillions of our Canadian tax dollars on stupid and foolish liberal and socialist programs and agendas that have not done one dam good thing to try and help keep Canada great. What it has done is to help make some politicians in the federal government richer while it kept we the people from getting richer ourselves. All other levels of governments have not done very much for we the people either. They all treat our tax dollars as if it were their tax dollars to go out and blow on their pet peeves willy-nilly. 

There, you have it. Any comments on what I said? You now have the floor. :)

Okay so for immigration. Did u know before the whites they were Indigenous people living there. Immigrants are just doing what the whites did to the aboriginal people. 

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1.  The federal deficit particularly spending.

2.  The energy industry.

3.  Immigration.

4.  The carbon tax scheme.

5.  Regulatory reform.

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8 hours ago, Hussain said:

Thats some really good ones.

Could u explain the aging population

The baby boomers are retiring and not enough people are taking their place in the workforce. This means that we're not going to have enough workers and tax payers. Families are not having enough children. This is happening in almost all Western countries. 

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13 hours ago, marcus said:

The baby boomers are retiring and not enough people are taking their place in the workforce. This means that we're not going to have enough workers and tax payers. Families are not having enough children. This is happening in almost all Western countries. 

There are approx. 2 million give or take Canadians unemployed and you say that we need more immigrants to add to that list. I believe that I pointed out this little tid bit once before that there are more people having children in Canada then are dying in Canada. Just where is the logic for the need to keep bringing in more new immigrants in all of this? Immigration is one big farce being played on fools who will believe the lie that Canada needs more immigrants. We need less or none at all. Those pro immigration fools need to get with the program, man. ;)

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17 hours ago, Hussain said:

Okay so for immigration. Did u know before the whites they were Indigenous people living there. Immigrants are just doing what the whites did to the aboriginal people. 

Did you know that there have been human bones found in North America and when a DNA test was done on them, they were the bones of white people that were over 10,000 years old. Maybe white people were already here long before the native Indians arrived in North America? Hey, you never know, eh? ;) 

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On 3/13/2020 at 11:48 AM, taxme said:

There are approx. 2 million give or take Canadians unemployed and you say that we need more immigrants to add to that list.

Canadian employers are more than willing to take a Canadian who is qualified over a foreign national who is not. How many of these 2 million unemployed are qualified or are willing to be qualified to be a programmer? How many are qualified to be a doctor? How many are qualified to be an engineer? How many graphics artist? Etc. Etc.

On 3/13/2020 at 11:48 AM, taxme said:

I believe that I pointed out this little tid bit once before that there are more people having children in Canada then are dying in Canada. Just where is the logic for the need to keep bringing in more new immigrants in all of this? Immigration is one big farce being played on fools who will believe the lie that Canada needs more immigrants. We need less or none at all. Those pro immigration fools need to get with the program, man. ;)

It's not just about dying vs birth. Think about it. It's about how many are retiring and how many people we have in the workforce. Death is just a part of not being able to be in the workforce. The increasing number of people who are retired and not enough people being able to take their place, is another reason.

The proportion of Canadians aged 15 to 64 grew just 0.4 per cent between 2011 and 2016, its lowest rate since 1851, comprising 66.5 per cent of the population.

The agency expects that proportion to decline to about 60 per cent by 2031, when the youngest baby boomers turn 65. By then, the proportion of seniors domestically would rival the level currently seen in Japan, currently home to the oldest population in the G7.

That gives Canada a few more years to benefit from what Statistics Canada calls a "demographic dividend": a growing labour force while other countries watch theirs shrink. Eventually the numbers will decline in Canada as well, once populations age and retirements take hold, said Statistics Canada demographer Andre Lebel.

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10 hours ago, marcus said:

Canadian employers are more than willing to take a Canadian who is qualified over a foreign national who is not. How many of these 2 million unemployed are qualified or are willing to be qualified to be a programmer? How many are qualified to be a doctor? How many are qualified to be an engineer? How many graphics artist? Etc. Etc.

It's not just about dying vs birth. Think about it. It's about how many are retiring and how many people we have in the workforce. Death is just a part of not being able to be in the workforce. The increasing number of people who are retired and not enough people being able to take their place, is another reason.

The proportion of Canadians aged 15 to 64 grew just 0.4 per cent between 2011 and 2016, its lowest rate since 1851, comprising 66.5 per cent of the population.

The agency expects that proportion to decline to about 60 per cent by 2031, when the youngest baby boomers turn 65. By then, the proportion of seniors domestically would rival the level currently seen in Japan, currently home to the oldest population in the G7.

That gives Canada a few more years to benefit from what Statistics Canada calls a "demographic dividend": a growing labour force while other countries watch theirs shrink. Eventually the numbers will decline in Canada as well, once populations age and retirements take hold, said Statistics Canada demographer Andre Lebel.

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Most Canadian corporations are only too willing to take foreigners over unemployed Canadians instead. Those foreigners will work for peanuts which will make those corporations make more money for themselves. How many of those unemployed are qualified and are willing to work? We have plenty of people going to universities to become doctors and engineers or graphic artists to do those jobs. 

There is approx. 287,725 people that died in Canada in 2019. They were approx.325,593 births in Canada in 2019. There are more people being born in Canada than are dying in Canada. So why does Canada need to take in approx. one million more new immigrants into Canada in the next three years. When people retire there are plenty of people already being born to take their jobs, and this has been going on for decades now. You have been brainwashed into believing that Canada needs to be flooded with millions of new immigrants every year. Give your head a shake will you. 

Just who the hell is Andre Lebel anyway?  Another leftist liberal hack? Stop listening to guys like Andre Lebel. Never trust a government official all that much. They are being paid to spread bull chit to people like you who will believe their made up lies. We will get more senior citizen's in Canada because Canada keeps bringing more foreign old people in every year. 

Canada is made up and runs mostly on bull chit.  Just my opinion of course. ;)

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On 3/16/2020 at 12:22 PM, taxme said:

Most Canadian corporations are only too willing to take foreigners over unemployed Canadians instead. Those foreigners will work for peanuts which will make those corporations make more money for themselves.

You are wrong.

Any Canadian entity who hires a foreign worker, must pay the employee, at minimum, the median average salary for that position. They must also show that they've gone through a recruitment process to find Canadian PR/Citizens, before they can hire a foreign worker.

Stop listening to anyone and look at the rules and regulations.

Just because there are job openings and unemployed Canadians, they can be a match. If a Canadian sees that a job is open, its their responsibility to apply for the job and/or become qualified to do the job. There are many provincial and federal programs that help Canadians to upgrade their knowledge and educate themselves. 

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1.  the Trudeau Regime as a virus

2. Immigration, as in how much   ---

3. Health Care, or lack thereof

4. The upcoming recession

5. Official Multiculturalism

#2    Crazy.  As the virus rages, the Trudeau regime announces the highest immigration intake in history. Plus 400,000 foreign students, 250,000 economic workers 60,000 illegals and who knows how many elderly sponsored relatives. 

In in light of the current situation there should be a moratorium on immigration, and Roxham Rd. should be closed.  Maybe the Mohawks will blockade it, see how Trudeau handles that.
https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/03/12/canada-to-welcome-1-million-immigrants-over-three-years-despite-fears-of-recession.htmlhttps://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/03/12/canada-to-welcome-1-million-immigrants-over-three-years-despite-fears-of-recession.html

#2 speaks to #3   Our health care is strained allready even under normal circumstances,  yet not only are they increasing immigration but continuing to allow Roxham Rd. to remain open while borders are supposed to be closed, where the illegals are given free room and board and gold plated health care.   

#5  Creates tribalism, each tribe with their own hearth so should not be cultivated and promoted by the gov't. 

 

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1 hour ago, scribblet said:

1.  the Trudeau Regime as a virus

2. Immigration, as in how much   ---

3. Health Care, or lack thereof

4. The upcoming recession

5. Official Multiculturalism

#2    Crazy.  As the virus rages, the Trudeau regime announces the highest immigration intake in history. Plus 400,000 foreign students, 250,000 economic workers 60,000 illegals and who knows how many elderly sponsored relatives. 

 

In in light of the current situation there should be a moratorium on immigration, and Roxham Rd. should be closed.  Maybe the Mohawks will blockade it, see how Trudeau handles that.
https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/03/12/canada-to-welcome-1-million-immigrants-over-three-years-despite-fears-of-recession.htmlhttps://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/03/12/canada-to-welcome-1-million-immigrants-over-three-years-despite-fears-of-recession.html

#2 speaks to #3   Our health care is strained allready even under normal circumstances,  yet not only are they increasing immigration but continuing to allow Roxham Rd. to remain open while borders are supposed to be closed, where the illegals are given free room and board and gold plated health care.   

#5  Creates tribalism, each tribe with their own hearth so should not be cultivated and promoted by the gov't. 

 

The guy is crazy in his leftist liberal globalist stupid head. All this guy thinks about is bringing in hundreds of thousands of new immigrants on top of the tens of thousands of criminal illegals that are flooding into Canada every year from illegal entry points like Roxham Road. His dream of bringing in another one million more new immigrants into Canada in the next three years is what this village idiot is working on. Where the hell is this fool planning to put them all? In hotels or help them purchase a new home? There is not one dam politician in Canada who has said or done anything to try and stop all these criminal illegals from coming into Canada illegally. The only one who has said anything about it is Maxine Bernier. Trudeau is a virus. A virus that is out to destroy English Canada. And yet there are still some fools out there and here who believes that the more immigration the better. These people are living in a Potemkin like Village in their heads. And these fools get to vote also. And Canada is bringing in millions more of them to add to the problem. But hey, eh? 

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1. National self image. Why do the most "patriatic" flag waving Canadians say we don't have talent, ambition, value and wealth, it all has to be imported through immigration? 

2. Globalization. Dependence on foreign investment and trade. Why must we have to literally give away our natural resources only to import the same at world prices? 

3. Extremely complex and discriminatory tax system. Why is it you need to be a scholar in tax policy, have lots of money, be extremely lucky in the person you use to do your accounting and taxes to find all the loopholes in Canada's tax system? 

4. Environment. Canada has the potential to lead the world in environmental policy but it seems nobody actually cares or are so ill informed they just can't see how simple the solutions can actually be. 

5. Insurance. Why must an industry that is supposed to protect the population from undo stress and hardship actually in business to protect itself, it's investors, it's board and it's bottom line?

Canada is such a great, rich country with so much potential. Why can't people realize we should take care of ourselves first? Look at all we created just to endup giving it away. If this keeps up we are going to be the next third world nation, we can't play with the mega economies, we lose far more than we gain. We are like the six year old trying to play with the nine year olds, it's time for the economics scholars to wake up and start creating plans that work for this country, not multinationals and multi billionaires. 

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