Found this in my mailbox here in Toronto.
It's a piece of hate mail. Extremist literature. It divides us by race and other illegal grounds.
You won't be surprised to know that this is an official publication from the House of Commons, propaganda paid for by our tax dollars. It's a Liberal Party newsletter from Carolyn Bennett, the MP for St. Paul's. She's also literally the whitest possible minister of Aboriginal affairs, and I don't just mean that genetically — I mean culturally, too.
What did the Aboriginal people do to Trudeau to cause them to be inflicted with Bennett? Is this punishment for the whole Jody Wilson-Raybould thing?
This newsletter, which arrived at my mailbox at my own expense, shows an obsession with race. Maybe it's Bennett's obsession, or maybe this has been produced in response to a Trudeau command to smear Canadians.
“In this huge country, with almost 90 percent of Canadians living with 100 miles of the America border and all-time labour shortages, it seems remarkable that anyone could believe we will not need a robust immigration system to increase our country’s productivity and prosperity.”
Whatever she means by that — that we live close to the U.S., but reject immigration. Is she suggesting that new immigrants should try moving to Iqaluit or Inuvik? What an idiot.
We don’t need planeloads from Somalia to keep Canada working through this “all time labour shortage.” It will depress wages to bring in under-skilled workers. So you’ve got the worst of both worlds — rents going higher, and wages going lower. So stop calling me and the other 40% of Canadian who think you’re out-of-control “racists.”
Liberals don’t call out extremism in immigrant communities — because they’re vote-shopping, especially for excitable types like that Pakistani fellow at the Al Quds rally.
I don't think Carolyn Bennett wrote a word of this. I think she's too clueless. Keean Bexte asked her a straightforward question and she stammered and ran away.
This was written by the 2019 campaign team.
And calling you a racist will be one of Justin's talking points.
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