Canada To Get 1 Million More Third World Migrants

Canada will take in at least another one million Third World immigrants over the next three years, that country’s Somali-born immigration minister Ahmed Hussen has announced, not mentioning that they will be drawn from the world’s poorest, most backward, and intellectually-stunted regions on earth.

Quite falsely claiming that the mass importation of people with IQ levels below 80 will “guarantee” Canada’s “future prosperity” (when all the indications are the Third World immigrants cost the state a fortune), Hussen said that the number of immigrants will be increased to at least 310,000 next year, and continue growing to 330,000 in 2019 and 340,000 in 2020.

“This plan will result in the most ambitious immigration levels in history,” Hussen told a press conference.

The arrivals—in economic and family categories, as well as refugees—would push up the population of Canada up by about 0.9 percent each year, an increase of 0.8 percent in recent years.

According to the last census, the proportion of the Canadian population born abroad had risen to a near historical high of 21.9 percent in 2016, for a total of 7,540,830.

For the first time, Africa ranked second ahead of Europe as the source of immigrants from 2011 to 2016, Statistics Canada said. Asia, including the Middle East, remained the leading source.

The top source countries in these two regions were Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Cameroon; and the Philippines, India, China, Iran, Pakistan, Syria and South Korea, respectively.

A 2011 investigation into the cost of immigrants to Canada found that they cost the state $23 billion per year and “impose a huge fiscal burden on Canadian taxpayers.”

The Fraser Institute report, titled “Immigration and the Canadian Welfare State,” reviewed Census data to estimate the average incomes and taxes paid by immigrants who arrived in Canada over the period from 1987 to 2004.

It found that immigrants paid an average of $10,340 in income tax and other taxes, compared with the $16,501 paid by all Canadians.

While newcomers each received $110 less than the rest of Canadians, the “net fiscal transfer per immigrant” still amounted to $6,051 annually.

In addition to this, the source countries of Hussen’s “prosperous” immigrants belie the claim that they will “boost the economy”.

Almost without exception, the states making up the immigrant sources are self-inflicted Third World disaster zones, inhabited by low-IQ populations whose economies represent their inability to generate any sort of wealth.

According to a study on the richest and poorest nations on earth, issued by Global Finance Magazine in March 2017, only four countries out of the worst-off, poorest, and most wrecked nations on earth are not African.

It is, of course, no coincidence that all of these states have dismally low IQs, with many hovering around the 60 point level.

The full report found that the richest countries in the world—excluding the artificially rich oil-producing nations whose GDP is completely unrelated to the people living in those states—are all European and South East Asian, precisely the states with the highest average IQ populations.

EurTimes

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