government also uses public consensus as
an argument for its legislative tyranny,
claiming that upwards of 75% of
Canadians support the new gun registry.
This may well be true of a largely urban
vote that has been horn swoggled by
Liberal misinformation. But the main
point here is that the Liberals have
used public approval in order to
rationalize this legislation to
Canadians. Good. Two can play at that
Maclean's released it's annual
polling of Canadians last month and the
results should prove a little humbling
to the Liberal's unholy jihad on all
One question, for example, asked 'if
the government should insist that all
immigrants adopt Canadian values?' To
which 71% of Canadians agreed, 20%
disagreed and 8% were undecided. This is
exactly opposite to the Canadian
government's most favored chant
"Unity through Diversity." I
suppose we can expect the federal
Liberals to reverse their destructive
agenda now that they've taken an
apparent liking to democracy.
Another question asked whether Canada
should increase the number of
immigrants? 49% disagree, 33% agree and
18% are undecided.
Not surprisingly this is exactly
opposite to what the Liberals are
proposing. Eleanor Caplan, Minister for
Immigration, announced just two months
ago that it would be a damn fine idea if
Canada brought in even more immigrants.
The current goal is 250,000 per year of
which 70% are from non-traditional
sources. They come from such forward
thinking places as Africa, Asia and
Central America. Coincidentally the same
regions listed by the U.N. as being the
most dependant on western nations to
prevent mass starvation and tribal
brutality. One wonders what the polling
results on immigration would be if we
had a secret-ballot referendum nation
wide. I'd be willing to bet the farm on
the results, but I won't hold my breath
for the Liberals to come round to the
idea. On other social issues the
government is just as opposed to the
will of Canadians.
Should Canada have the death penalty
for first-degree murder? 55% agree, 35%
disagree and 10% are undecided.
Should all young offenders,
regardless of age, accused of violent
crime, be tried in adult court rather
than youth court? 76% Agree, 19%
disagree and 5% are undecided.
Should Canada be governed according
to Christian principles? 50% agree, 30%
disagree and 20% are undecided.
I am not surprised, and nor should
you be, that on each of these issues the
government is operating exactly opposite
the majority consensus.