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Canada Awakened: The Canary in the Spice Market

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There is something very interesting happening in Canada, something identifiable from coast to coast and even inside the locus of state control of Ontario. As we speak there is an unprecedented upswell of negativity directed at mass migration, specifically towards Indians. For a nation defined by its progressive attitudes and pointed cultural tolerance, this has surprised news outlets and independent commentators alike, this author included. It would appear that of all the Western nations, Canada awakened first from its slumber. Far from basic economic concerns, chants of “they stink” and “they’re weird and nobody likes them” echo throughout comment sections of the Liberal media outlets. Like Kanye West forcing everyone in America to take a clear position on /pol/ talking points, many of us never thought we would witness this narrative break into the mainstream.

The experiment of multiculturalism, it seems, was pushed slightly too far for one of the most tolerant populations in history. For the initiated, however, we are left to wonder: what is it about this group specifically that has permitted even moderates to hatespeak this openly, and why now?

The Permissible Populist Revolt Against Indians

Right-wing groups who had previously been largely silent on Chinese or Caribbean immigration are finding strange bedfellows with Liberals and Centrists on the issue of the gathering storm of non-White migration. Mass migration involves a variety of different groups who enter the body politic in distinct ways – from foreign state affiliated real estate investment to loosely defined refugee claims –  but this one group could be used as a wedge case to crack open people’s perspectives on the migration crisis writ large. If according to them they don’t like looking around and seeing “Indians everywhere,” does that sentiment apply to other ethnic groups?

It is important to compare Canada to the rest of the Anglosphere to discover the parallels and perhaps even their future course. Let’s begin with the stats: the number of Indians immigrating to Canada has more than tripled since 2013. In June 2023, Canada’s population reached 40 million, and for the first time in history the population grew by more than a million in a single year. The NFAP analysis notes that Canada has no annual limit on high-skilled temporary visas, which classify any job at a “managerial” level as high-skilled. Enrollment at Canadian universities – perhaps the largest destination for Indians specifically – rose more than 5,800% in the last two decades. After everything is tallied up, a quarter of Canadians are now immigrants. If the trends continue, the census bureau estimates that immigrants could represent 29.1% – 34% of the country’s population by 2041. This is trumpeted as a success by the nation’s political apparatus and state-affiliated media.

How are people not rounded up for these views under Canada’s infamous hate speech legislation, especially recent attempts to expand the scope of prosecutable online speech? The most interesting aspect of Canada would not be apparent unless you reside here, and it is how despite being a proud and vocal beacon for progressive socialism on the world stage, the capacity for the state to wield power is remarkably weak. It lacks both the police force and the military to corral dissidents except in very targeted instances, like their insistence to bring the full weight of their force upon veterans like Jeremy Mackenzie (AKA Raging Dissident) who still manages to routinely defend against their targeted attacks in court. They endeavor to be censorious of hate speech, but they simply lack the mechanisms to enforce the draconian hate speech laws at scale.

On the ground everybody knows this, and the problem is compounded by hard numbers of low population spread across the second largest country by land mass in the world. The Canadian military, despite having a history and reputation for valiant warriors, is notorious for being one of the least funded on Earth and national defense is never forwarded as a significant election issue. Most importantly, there seems to be no appetite from the citizenry to expand it. The Canadian Navy, at the end of the Second World War, was the third largest in the world with 434 ships; now we are down to about three-dozen. The Canadian military failed to significantly increase the number of recruits it accepted in 2023, despite a surge in applications driven by the radical strategy of allowing recently-landed permanent residents to join. CSIS, as a member of the Five-Eyes Intelligence Network, is widely regarded as an inept joke for allowing decades of Chinese spy network infiltration, the establishment of CCP recruitment hubs in universities across the nation, and allowing Canada to become a base for the illegal fentanyl trade throughout North America.

The Trucker Convoy Protest in 2022 that rocked the nation’s capital during the Covid lockdowns revealed definitively that, where the tyrannical ambitions of the Trudeau government were clear, they were simply unable to halt a populist uprising that slowly arrived from hundreds of kilometers away to beat down their front door. 

Add all this together and it becomes obvious the state’s ability to project coherent force to respond to internal disruptions is in absolute shambles. Canada would love to suffocate popular sentiment, but it cannot; it can merely ignore it.

The last reason why this discourse is permitted is drawn from the realm of speculation, but upon contemplation it seems significant. There are no NGOs or civil rights organizations set up to defend Indians in the court of public opinion, at least none distributed across the political landscape like Jews, Blacks, and Asians (specifically Chinese.) There are no careerist grievance merchants and there is no established 3-letter org to direct pressure towards individuals, or platforms, that step out of line. In that sense this conflagration could very well represent the status quo of public sentiment if these organizations were not occupying positions of influence.

One could imagine, with alarming promptness, how social media and mainstream news would be inundated with crime statistics, independent documentaries, and heterodox opinions.

Canada as the Model for Multicultural Support

There is an important dimension to the investigation that ought not be ignored in the interest of simple xenophobia: the system is set up to reach out and attract migrants, make it as easy as possible to claim refugee status, and fill their heads with promises of wealth and status.

Since the inception of the United Nations, Canada has been an enthusiastic proponent of the globalist endeavour, famously identifying itself as a post-nation state. “There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” claimed Justin Trudeau after being elected Prime Minister. “There are shared values – openness, respect, compassion, willingness to work hard, to be there for each other, to search for equality and justice,” he continued. Along with its commitment to tolerance as an apex national characteristic and its embrace of socialist policies, its open promotion of progressive values across the world has positioned Canada as a fantastic case study in what we might refer to as the Davos Agenda (referring to a loose collection of policies endorsed by the World Economic Forum.)

Whatever occurs in Canada stands as an experiment best studied by other nations within the Western world, especially those within the American sphere of influence.

Canada has always represented a unique destination for immigration when compared to America. Whereas the promise of America frequently possessed foreigners with dreams of success and liberty, the promise of Canada was always colder and more calculated, typically requiring outreach and coercion from the state. A liberalized immigration regime has been the Liberal Party’s signature policy to counter declining economic growth and an aging population, announcing an aggressive plan to take in 500,000 immigrants a year by 2025.

This plan would see Canada welcome about eight-times the number of permanent residents each year – per population – than the UK, and four-times more than the US, as if it were a contest. The narrative throughout the state-funded media is dominated by taxable labour and, in so many words, attracting a new labour class to support the welfare state. According to Canada’s statistics agency, immigration accounted for over 80% of Canada’s labour force growth and over 95% of population growth in 2023.

The quality of the worker is rarely discussed, and only in the broadest terms of “health-care worker” and “skilled labourer.” In the 1960s, Canada shifted from a system of quotas, where different countries were assigned different targets, to a points-based system that gave preference to highly skilled immigrants. Despite this, it seems the most legitimately highly skilled migrants choose to live elsewhere, leaving Canada with either students or the lowest-skilled workers. Many are drawn in from their homelands; billboards promising easy immigration to Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK jut out throughout Punjab territory in India. The desire for a Canadian citizenship remains as strong as ever though among middle- and lower middle-class clients in mostly rural communities, a different class entirely from the ambitious and educated pioneers promised to Canadians.

This has taken the form of alarmism within the Indian community, with an influx of YouTube videos of students discussing the difficulty in finding jobs and protests over a lack of housing and work opportunities, creating an air of hostility as young Indian men fight each other for liquor store jobs. Furthermore, data obtained by Reuters shows between 80,000 and 90,000 immigrants left Canada in 2021 and 2022, choosing to return to their home countries or move elsewhere having used Canada as a launchpad (usually to America.)

NGOs, profiteers, and the managerial state itself must receive the punishment for our current state of affairs, even if remigration is the immediate goal.

While the state has vehemently defended its open-doors immigration policy for decades, it seems even the Third World is raising grievances that Canada is far below their standards. This is a damning indictment of Canada’s ability to support even its serf tax base.

While other Western nations trumpet the power of fiat currency or the strength of the international trade network as safety nets beneath internationalist causes, Canada represents what it looks like to hit a ceiling despite plentiful natural resources, a strong history of manufacturing, and a well-funded state apparatus ostensibly directed towards the wellbeing of its citizenry.

Mass Migration as Reliable Revenue

The largest entry point for Indian migrants into Canada is through our post-secondary institutions. With dwindling provincial funding, our colleges and universities have turned to international students as a revenue source. Employers surrounding these schools have grown used to the ceaseless supply of students to fill low-wage jobs in fast-food joints, retail, warehouses, factories, and gig work. Employers have even flagged certain schools entirely as degree mills for Indian graduates who fabricate resumes and exhibit “poor English and hygiene.”

Indians flocking to the information/technology economy represent a new competency crisis which will transform the entire social network into a massive sunk cost welfare state. Silicon Valley, with its shift from predominately White to disproportionately Indian, is in for a rude awakening.

New numbers analyzed by the Star offer a snapshot of the behind-the-scenes workings of this country’s international student system. The fast-growing international student program has been in the spotlight amid aggressive recruiting campaigns by the post-secondary education sector, and by unregulated foreign agents. Furthermore, migrants increasingly look at studying in Canada as a backdoor to work and earn permanent residence here and have little interest in achieving education honestly and gaining a reputation for cheating.

This has proven the most relevant fuel to the fire, as while it can be in poor taste to mention the behavior or offensive attributes of a protected group, nobody can ignore when they lie and exploit. Employers and academic institutions alike can no longer wallpaper over how enthusiastically this one particular group seems to fabricate their credentials out of whole cloth with zero regard for cultural norms.

It is much easier to shepherd low-performance Africans into DEI-funded vanity roles of little consequence than it is to reckon with a rapidly inflating status-obsessed executive class that has a habit of telling bare-faced lies every single day. The cost of maintaining this ignorance has simply reached critical mass, and the era of academia enjoying its status as a driver of economic growth has ended. They are yet another corrupted sector attempting to make money from abusing human capital.

Agents of the Credentialist Welfare State

After all the culprits have been identified and the processes outlined, one question remains: what is it about Indians that seems to appeal to academia, the tech sector, and even investors? Having worked in the startup space and dealt directly with dozens of Indian-helmed SAAS companies that at second glance are obvious growth-hack scams, why is it people still allow them into positions of leadership? Put another way, why do Republicans fall for Vivek Ramaswamy?

The mood in the Indian community is that Canada needs them and not the other way around. Coupled with the complete lack of integrational pressures this means that they will never see their presence within Canada as anything other than transactional. This nation will always simply be an economic outpost through which money and skills can be siphoned off back to the homeland, as migrants gradually transform their regions into cultural footprints of the motherland, going so far as to erect giant statues of their strange monkey gods in the cities they congregate.

Old Stock Canadians (those descended from Europeans) do not at present have a sufficient understanding of Indian culture, and this this is a massive blind spot in assessing their motivations. We only just recently got comfortable with Islam and the complex ethnoreligious intricacies of the Middle East, and ancient India represents a wholly different operating system than that which we are accustomed. The caste system, followed closely by their subversive temporary acquiescence to all authority, are a cultural Trojan Horse that have proven remarkably successful with Conservatives. The cultural operating system that drives these ancient and confident people is in a different dimension entirely from the rest of Asia. When people, especially Indians, point out there are over 122 major languages spoken in India, and over 3,000 major castes, these two pillars alone elevate their identity and relationship structure far above the heads of most atomized Westerners.

Indians represent a new threat, a people who have maximized their short-term competency for the most profitable areas of the information economy and will openly cheat just to achieve status within it, mastering every filter placed along the pipeline to keep out vulgar behaviors and antisocial character traits. They seek to dominate leadership positions by appealing to the egos of their superiors – often advocating the purest form of their superiors’ beliefs, even anti-immigration rhetoric – while filling their subordinate positions with their kinfolk. Where does this eventually lead? If you want to hear gleaming lies from a bobbling head, you should just ask them directly. Without question, positive or negative, it will be a world you are not prepared for. It will simply not be what you feel comfortable with, ever. Without raising the public rancor to the level of ideologically-driven violence, that simple discomfort ought to be enough for unified action.

This is an ambitious race of managers, who excel in a byzantine globalist white collar technocracy and take no issue with extremely low living standards. Contrasted against a populace that demands space, affirmation, and healthy food, they represent the inverse of troublemakers and rabblerousers that harangue the bureaucratic state. It is no surprise Indians are drawn to the most managerial-friendly polyglot boarding house on Earth, but it is ironic that many are compelled to leave because this does not reach even their meager standards. The inhospitability of the Canadian territory and climate may prove to be an insurmountable filter, but it is not one that will be enjoyed elsewhere. The forces ejecting this migrant class during the harsh periods will be less stark in America, New Zealand, and much of Europe.

Canada represents the boldest iteration of the multicultural experiment, and the decentralized backlash against its excesses should be noted by its ideologically adjacent allies. It seems that progressiveness is exponential and its most cartoonish offenses inevitable, the matter at hand is to figure out how to harness this momentum and apply it to the grander and more nefarious project we are all subjected to.

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Excellent, excellent article. Very well researched with nearly 50 sources. I am looking forward to seeing more of this man’s articles. Many of Dimes’ most potent sentences are not coherent enough: “It seems that progressiveness is exponential and its most cartoonish offenses inevitable, the matter at hand is to figure out how to harness this momentum and apply it to the grander and more nefarious project we are all subjected to,” as well as “In that sense this conflagration could very well represent the status quo of public sentiment if these organizations were not occupying positions of influence.” Nonetheless, this is one of the best breakdowns on the Canadian situation I’ve seen; it is encouraging to know that there are people like Dimes out there with a strong grasp of the Canada question. Thanks for being willing & able to explain it to us!

Last edited 6 days ago by William

100% bang on, awesome article. Will be sharing this everywhere. Keep up the great work!

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