Meh. Don't take it too personally.
I was just exemplifying your enthusiasm for cutting immigration.
It doesn't mean its wrong, but you are the CC rep for this sort of thing.
It just means you can't separate the issue from the person, it means you are quite simple. That's not my fault.
Obviously immigration is a touchy topic to people, but you're not sure why. You, like many people here, are unable to put several logical sentences together on the topic. You have very little constructive to say. I recommend reading a bit, or a lot.
Here's some help, people actually have valid criticism toward our immigration policy. Have you heard of the honour killings recently by Afghan immigrants? The Toronto 18? Do you approve of them? I don't. Such things are occurring because people like you just don't want to hear anything at all about foreigners. All immigrants are good people, so nice, nice food, hard working.
Or maybe you like the Japanese who have an expression, "the nail that sticks out, gets hit on the head." People in Canada are passively accepting high immigration level, very fatalistic, very Asiatic. Very accepting of your doomed fate.
You know, I'd give the guy more credence if he backed up some of his rhetoric with a bit of statistical weight.
I'll support countermeasures to legitimate threats to security or the economy resulting from excessive immigration.
Something like that could really muddle up a fella's train of rational thought huh?
Cutting the number of fundamentalist Muslim immigrants is undemocratic? Maybe, but then public safety is important too. Canada won't suffer with less Muslims in the country, not at all.
Even letting in Ukrainians to farm in western Canada sowed the seeds for multiculturalism as they lobbied long and successfully for it. Did Ukrainians make Canada? I don't think so. Yet, now multiculturalsim is part of the constitiition. Canada was British pre1867, then we became multicultural, and just being Canadian got lost in the shuffle. All immigrants have an impact.