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CNN: "Canada wants to welcome more than 1 million new permanent residents in the next three years. That's nearly one percent of the country

 
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Heard that hordes of dots are headed your way. Good luck with the job competition.

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Are they White Europeans? because if not send them to Yemen


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"Canada" does not want to welcome shit. We have reached the point where our politicians no longer speak for our country or it's citizens, but for a globalist, elitist slave group that are doing their damnedest to turn the entire world into an 3rd world shithole, where the few with "advantages" live like kings and the rest of us are just here for their use and amusement, slaves and playthings.

Screw that noise.

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There is going to be no more FARM LAND left, stay the hell out of Canada, we need to eat
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uhhh.... no.

Current population: 36.95 million

one million is 2.71% of 36.95 million

The question is where will they live?

A near 3% bump in population over three years can not be sustained by the economy or the patience of the average Canadian.

Plus, there's elections coming - T2 is slated for replacement anyway... so.

We live in interesting times for sure.

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jihad2jihadjihad2jihadGood grief.
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Are they White Europeans? because if not send them to Yemen


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yes we don't want more garbage than we already have here.
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Are they White Europeans? because if not send them to Yemen


Truedope is gone by next year
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yes we don't want more garbage than we already have here.
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"That's nearly one percent of the country"...????... Someone at CNN didn't do their homework. Hardly a surprise.
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Let the facts fall wherever, whenever, and however they may.

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Re: CNN: "Canada wants to welcome more than 1 million new permanent residents in the next three years. That's nearly one percent of the country
You ask " where will they live ? "
Well, don't worry.your politicians
will persecute you and deprive you of
your individual rights. Even replace
your jobs and give them to immigrants.
Kinda like what they are trying to
do to us in America. And then you see
what is going on in France, Germany and
on and on.
We need to develop a plan for the
world to go on strike at the same time.
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Looks like we'll need to look into a northern border wall too.Snap out of it Canadawakeup
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Plus America is sending them 5 million mexicans

win win
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Yellow vests protesting in Regina this evening ahead of Trudeau speech.
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Re: CNN: "Canada wants to welcome more than 1 million new permanent residents in the next three years. That's nearly one percent of the country
If we let our hired rebels get captured they would tell all before being executed. The good news is they don't need any training to fit in with when Toronto is their destination. There are places in Alberta close to the swamps that would let them keep a weapon and with broadband it would be more productive that a slum in some worn out city that found a new use for fleabag hotels, condo apartments, destiny for generations.
3-5 years by the swamp if they are still alive they could return to their country of origin as a productive member that would have teaching skills or enough skills for a small business.
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That's pretty amusing! We grow by about 1% per year already, so that'll be a busy 3 years!
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Re: CNN: "Canada wants to welcome more than 1 million new permanent residents in the next three years. That's nearly one percent of the country
Here's an interesting statistic that you guys down there might not realize about up here:

On average, for every square mile, Canada has 3 people. USA has 84 people!

Granted a lot of this space is more northern, Alaska type of land in Yukon, or the Territories, but that just makes for a tougher breed of person eh? I'm sure folk from Alaska can attest to that lol