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Democracy Code of Canada - To Restore Canada Into the Hands of the Ordinary People:

Democracy Code - Islam Is Not Canadian

What is the government reason for promoting Islamophobia?
The main reason government is promoting Islamophobia .. Islam is not Canadian. The Government of Canada is determined to deflect scrutiny from themselves and place the blame of failed Government sponsored Islamic weakening of Canadian traditions and identity and blame the ordinary people of Canada. They do not want any open discussions with ordinary Canadians and view themselves as the rulers over the land.
The new labling of ordinary Canadians is being promoted by media and senior governmnet officials as "Conspiracy Theories of the Canadian Population". Any oppsition to government will is to be labled a CONSPIRACY THEORY. Government of Canada has became very skilful using phases such as “Islamophobia”, “ White Supremacy”, “Far Right Extremism”, “Racists” and more .. to deflect real discussions and concerns of Canadians. This has a major phycological effect of an already weakened Canadian ability to think outside the televised daily news and what government says.
The Government of Canada must stop labeling ordinary people and give Canadians one simple name everyone can understand like “Stupid.. Retarded Canadians”.
It is not racist for Canadians to avoid adoption of Islamic culture into Canada. It is failed government policy. Government of Canada has no intention of integrating Islamic Immigrants into what once was Canadian long held traditions and society. Government purpose is to destabilize the Canadian society.

A Proud Islamophobic Canadian - Government Attack On A Christian Country
Throughout the world Islam has proven to be a violent people. Nothing has changed, they still remain a very violent religion world wide. "Open Border" immigration has intensified throughout world democracies as the domestic and international parasites gain strength while organizing a Globlest World, stripping world traditions and identities from sovereign world countries. They realize it is easy controlling a population after it has been destabilized. A war is under way without any military shots fired. A war against the people by destabilizing the world. Ordinary people are under attack. The stripping of Canadian traditions and identity. Islam is not Canadian. Islam has never been Canadian.
Open Border - Islamic Immigration - Leaving Canadian Culture Behind.
A society of secret international and domestic parasites function throughout our Canadian Government. Open border immigration is a key method of destabilizing Canadian traditions and the identity of the people. The Government of Canada intends on becoming a part of the "Great World Reset" "One World Government". A Canadian population ruled internationally, without freedoms or human rights. Canadians without control of our country.

The Government of Canada tactics include removing focus off themselves by placing it onto the ordinary Canadian who do not accept what is being done. Blaming the ordinary person for racism, Islamophobia or homophobia provides an open window of opportunity for government to continue to destabilize the country's traditions, religion and identity, it diverts blame from the source and places it onto the not suspecting population. One must look at the source of the problem not the people. The people of Canada are not the problem.
A Proud Canadian Islamophobic.
Introduction of a competing Islamic culture into Canada is not by mistake. Government of Canada seeks to destroy Canadian traditions and heritage. Both Islam and homosexuality have been introduced into Canada without any consent of the population. Nothing to do with racism or protecting minority. Canada is not Afghanistan or Syria.. we are Canada.
The Taking of Canada by Domestic and International Parasites
The Canadian population has lost all ability to think critically. Government and media censorship is everywhere. The message one sided. Having an opinion is based upon what you are told by fake media and government. It is all a hoax.
Canadian Christian Country
Canadian traditions are under attack, Canadian's must take back Canada and remove turbans and hijab's from government. Islamic Symbolism does not belong in Canada. Islam is not Canadian. Islam has never been Canadian. Both Government and Islam need to understand that they are in Canada, they must adopt our culture and traditions. Not Canadians adopting the Islamic way.
"The New World Order" - "The Great World Reset".
The next war may or may not include Islam from the beginning, the danger for Canadian's is if Islam enters any war as an invading army. Should islam enter any world war, the Islamic people who immigrated into western democracies will use terrorism around the world to destabilize the military from within. Every country will be on fire at this time. Canadian military as well as around the world will be focused on terror at home rather than any Islamic invading forces elsewhere. Giving Islamic Invading forces the edge needed.
Current and Past Government officials who preached tolerance will go into hiding and hunted by the ordinary Canadian in order to be brought to Justice. It is hoped at some point the Canadian Military and Gestapo RCMP police will stop fighting the ordinary Canadian people and will give rise to a renewed democracy in Canada, a democracy that includes the people.

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About Government of Canada - Canadian Immigration - Immigration Canada
Immigration to Canada has taken an open border approach to bringing foreigners into Canada. Immigration into Canada is the process by which people migrate to Canada for the purpose of residing there—and where a majority go on to become Canadian citizens. As of 2019, Canada has the eighth largest immigrant population in the world, while foreign-born people make up about one-fifth (21% in 2019) of Canada’s population—one of the highest ratios for industrialized Western countries.
Canadian Law, Open Borders For Immigrants
Canadian Immigration is favored for persons closely related to one or more Canadian residents who live in Canada are granted immigration into Canada. Canadian Immigration is favored for skilled workers, caregivers, or business persons. Canadian Immigration Canada is favored for persons who are escaping persecution, torture, and/or cruel and unusual punishment. Canadian Immigration Canada is favored for the Islamic People. Canadian Immigration Canada is favored for persons accepted as immigrants for humanitarian or compassionate reasons.
Following Canada's confederation in 1867, Canadian Immigration Canada played an integral role in helping develop vast tracts of land. During this era, the Canadian Government would sponsor information campaigns and recruiters to encourage settlement in rural areas; however, this would primarily be only towards those of European and Christian backgrounds, while others—particularly Buddhist, Shinto, Sikh, Muslim, and Jewish immigrants—as well as the poor, ill, and disabled, would be less than welcome. Following 1947, in the post-World War II period, Canadian domestic immigration law and policy went through significant changes, most notably with the Immigration Act, 1976, and the current Immigration and Canadian Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) from 2002.
Immigration in Canada since the 1970s, or the fifth wave, has been mostly from Asia and Islamic Countries. This was largely influenced in 1976 when the Immigration Act was revised and was maintained as official government policy. The regulations introduced in 1967 consisted of 9 categories: education, occupation, professional skills, age, arranged employment, knowledge of English and/or French, relatives in Canada and “personal characteristics.” To qualify for immigration 50 points out of 100 were necessary in 1967.
On 20 February 1978, Canada and Quebec sign an immigration agreement allowing Quebec decision-making power in independently choosing its immigrants, who would then still have to be approved by Ottawa.
During the Mulroney administration, Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People levels were increased. From the late 1980s, the 'fifth wave' of Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People has since maintained, with slight fluctuations (225,000–275,000 annually). Today, political parties remain cautious in criticizing high levels of Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People, because in the early 1990s, as noted by The Globe and Mail, Canada's Reform Party "was branded 'racist' for suggesting that Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People levels be lowered from 250,000 to 150,000". However, the Coalition Avenir Quebec who were elected in the 2018 Quebec election advocated for a reduction to the number of immigrants, to 40,000.
In 2008, Stephen Harper gave then-parliamentary secretary and Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship Jason Kenney, established a mandate to integrate immigrants, while improving relationship between the government to communities to gain votes. In November 2017, Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen announced that Canada would admit nearly 1 million permanent residents over the following three years, rising from 0.7% to 1% of its population by 2020. This increase was motivated by the economic needs of the country caused by an aging population.
In 2008, Citizenship and Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People Canada (now Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) ) made changes to Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People policy, such as reducing professional categories for skilled Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People and eliminating caps for Islamic immigrants in various categories. Likewise, in 2015, Canada introduced the 'Express Entry' system, providing a streamlined application process for many economic immigrants.
Sikhs celebrating the Sikh new year in Toronto
From 2013–2014, most of the Canadian public, as well as the country's major political parties, supported either sustaining or increasing the current level of Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People. A sociological study conducted in 2014 concluded that "Australia and Canada are the most receptive to Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People among western nations." In 2017, an Angus Reid poll indicated that a majority of respondents believed that Canada should accept fewer immigrants and refugees.
According to 2016 Census data via Statistics Canada, over one in five Canadians were born abroad, while 22.3% of the Canadian population belonged to visible minorities, of whom three in ten were born in Canada. Moreover, 21.9% of the Canadian population reported themselves as being or having been a landed immigrant or permanent resident in Canada—close to the 1921 Census record of 22.3%, the highest level Canada has seen since Confederation in 1867.
In 2019, Canada admitted 341,180 permanent residents, compared to 321,055 the previous year. Among those admitted, 58% were economic immigrants and their accompanying immediate families; 27% were family class; 15% were either resettled refugees or protected persons or were in the humanitarian and other category.
In 2001, 250,640 people immigrated to Canada, relative to a total population of 30,007,094 people per the 2001 Census. Since 2001, Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People has ranged between 221,352 and 262,236 immigrants per annum. In 2017, the Liberal government announced Canada will welcome nearly one million immigrants over the next three years. The number of migrants would climb to 310,000 in 2018, up from 300,000 in 2017. That number was projected to rise to 330,000 in 2019, then 340,000 in 2020. Accordingly, between 2017 and 2018, net Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People accounted for 80% of Canada’s population increase.
The three main official reasons given for the level of immigration were:
100,000+ 50,000–99,999 20,000–49,999 10,000–19,999 The social component – Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People facilitates family reunification. The humanitarian component – Relating to refugees. The economic component – Attracting immigrants who will contribute economically and fill labour market needs. Canada's Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People peaked in 1993 in the last year of the Progressive Conservative government and was maintained by the Liberal Party of Canada. Ambitious targets of an annual 1% per capita Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People rate were hampered by financial constraints. The Liberals committed to raising actual Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People levels further in 2005.
As Canadian political parties have been cautious about criticizing high levels of Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People, Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People levels to Canada (approx. 0.7% per year) are considerably higher per capita than to the United States (approx. 0.3% per year).
Furthermore, much of the Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People to the US is from Latin America and relatively less from Asia, though admitting about twice as many immigrants from Asian countries (e.g. China, India, the Philippines, and Pakistan) as Canada. As such, the Hispanic/Latin American population makes up the largest minority group in the United States, whereas such is true for the Asian population in Canada.
Immigrant population growth is concentrated in or around large cities (particularly Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal). These cities have experienced increased service demands that accompany strong population growth, causing concern about the capability of the infrastructure to handle influxes in such places. For example, as noted in a Toronto Star article from 14 July 2006, 43% of Canada's immigrants move to the Greater Toronto Area and that, "unless Canada cuts immigrant numbers, our major cities will not be able to maintain their social and physical infrastructures." Most of the provinces that do not have one of those destination cities have implemented strategies to try to boost their share of Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People. While cities are a popular destination for new immigrants, some small towns have seen an influx of Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People due to economic reasons and local schools districts are working to adjust to the change.
According to Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, under the Canada–Quebec Accord of 1991, Quebec has sole responsibility for selecting most immigrants destined to the province. However, once immigrants are granted permanent residency or citizenship they are free to move between and reside in any provinces under Section 6 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Immigrant settlement patterns and public transit in Toronto, 2016
Within cities, immigrants are more likely to settle in areas with better public transit service compared to non-immigrants, and are more likely to use public transit for traveling to work, partly because of costs and barriers to car ownership
Estimates of undocumented immigrants in Canada range between 35,000 and 120,000. James Bissett, a former head of the Canadian Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People Service, has suggested that the lack of any credible refugee screening process, combined with a high likelihood of ignoring any deportation orders, has resulted in tens of thousands of outstanding warrants for the arrest of rejected refugee claimants, with little attempt at enforcement. A 2008 report by the Auditor General Sheila Fraser stated that Canada has lost track of as many as 41,000 illegal immigrants.
In August 2017, the border between Quebec and New York, most notably the former Roxham Road port of entry, saw an influx of up to 500 crossings each day outside of official ports of entry by people seeking asylum in Canada. Entering Canada outside of a port of entry is not an offence under either the Criminal Code or Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People and Refugee Protection Act, and regulations under the IRPA only require that a person seeking to enter Canada outside a point of entry to "appear without delay" at the nearest port of entry. While entering Canada outside of a port of entry may represent an unlawful act, section 133 of the Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People and Refugee Protection Act requires that charges related to any offences associated with entering Canada are stayed while an entrant's claim is being processed in accordance with the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.
As result, Canada increased border patrol and Canadian Immigration Canada for Islamic People staffing in the area, reiterating that crossing the border outside ports of entry (referred to as 'irregular migration') had no effect on one's asylum status. It is reported that over 38,000 'irregular migrants' arrived in Canada since early 2017.
For the same reason, both Ontario and Quebec requested the Government of Canada to provide CA$200 million or more to cover their cost of burden to house and provide services to asylum seekers. Related to asylum seekers, Canada joined 164 countries in signing the UN Global Compact for Migration in 2018. The 2017 government claims it is for following careful measures and to meet international obligations in accommodating irregular migrants.

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