recent front page of the Vancouver
Province was devoted to the picture of a
body being removed from a main street,
plus a huge headline that read:
ON YOUR DOORSTEP."
Inside, a double-page spread under
the heading, "Blood on the
streets" quoted the police as
saying that Vancouverites were at risk
as Vietnamese gangs went on
And the front page of the Vancouver
Sun offered this news: "40 kids
seized in war on drugs."
The first article described an
execution-style murder, of which which
there have been many.
The second one informed us that
Vietnamese kids had been taken into
provincial custody as part of the war
being waged against marijuana growing
operations, which seem to be unlimited.
And controlled by Vietnamese gangsters.
"We are dealing with families who
very shortly after they enter Canada, seem
to be recruited to become gardeners for
grow-ops," said a police spokesman.
Over 90 officers are involved in this
"war." Last year, it took 100
policemen to quell riots in Sikh temples.
And police squads arrested dozens of
Honduran "refugees" who were
openly selling crack on in Vancouver
All of which is reflected in every large
city in this country but never mentioned in
Liberal conventions. Or any others.
In Edmonton, for example, it was
"Sunday, bloody Sunday," over a
story that the police there were calling for
calm when Vietnamese gangs were using guns.