Friday, June 7, 2024

Immigration is Always Invasion - Vox Popoli

 Canada belatedly discovers that two countries halfway around the world are its primary existential threats:

India is the “second biggest foreign threat” to Canadian democracy after China, a high-level parliamentary panel has claimed. Russia, which had occupied the second position in a 2019 report, now occupies the third spot in the list.

The report was released by Canada’s National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP), comprising MPs and senators with top security clearances. The committee named two more Asian nations – Pakistan and Iran – that it claims threaten to undermine the country’s democracy.

The NSICOP explained that New Delhi has been moved to the top-three on the list as it had targeted “Canadian politicians, ethnic media and Indo-Canadian ethnocultural communities.”

The development comes amid an ongoing diplomatic row between Ottawa and New Delhi that erupted last year after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged the government of India was involved in the killing near Vancouver of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Sikh separatist activist and supporter of the ‘Khalistan’ movement.

Neither China nor India should reasonably or historically be considered any sort of threat to Canada, not even economic competitors given Canada’s reliance upon natural resources instead of manufacturing and exporting products. But now that there are more than 1.8 million Chinese and 2 million Pajeets living in Canada, making up around 10 percent of the “Canadian” population, both giant countries are a serious existential threat.

Either China and India can, with great ease, take over Canada by simply continuing their migrations at the current rate. If the current migration patterns are not reversed, Canada will have a Pajeet majority within 30 years. And regardless of what one happens to think of India and its peoples, the inarguable fact will be that whatever the country that lies to the north of the United States is called, it will not be Canada.