Chinese Head Tax

Why No Apologies Should Be Given to the Chinese

This bulletin is a re-print of our bulletin of March 6, 2008. That bulletin was Part 1 of a four part summary of a book on the Chinese in British Columbia. The book was called “In The Sea of Sterile … Continue reading

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Enough is Enough! Whites should stop apologizing to opportunistic Chinese !

Enough is Enough! Whites should stop apologizing to opportunistic Chinese ! (French Translation Below) On May 27, Vancouver City Council voted unanimously to take steps toward yet another official apology for “historical discrimination against people of Chinese descent”. The approved … Continue reading

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Cancel the stamp. Don’t Re-Name a Vancouver Street “Singh Street”

Cancel the stamp. Don’t Re-Name a  Vancouver Street “Singh Street” A stamp which Canada Post has just released to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Komagata Maru incident demonstrates that Canada Post has been completely duped by Canada’s immigration … Continue reading

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The Developed World Needs A New Chinese Head Tax

THE DEVELOPED WORLD NEEDS A NEW CHINESE HEAD TAX It is hard to believe that Canada could sink even deeper into the “Government Apology to Chinese ” morass, but it appears that British Columbia MLA’s are about to do precisely … Continue reading

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They Flail About for Reasons Not to Defend Canadians

They Flail About for Excuses Not to Defend Canadians Recent developments in Richmond, B.C. demonstrate a refusal by politicians to defend their own citizens.   Richmond, B.C. stands out among most Canadian municipalities because so-called visible minorities have become the … Continue reading

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Our School Textbooks Have Distorted Our Immigration History

Our School Textbooks Have Distorted Our Immigration History In this bulletin, we ask how young people acquire their views on immigration. To get an answer, we examined a number of immigration-related statements made in the British Columbia Social Studies 11 … Continue reading

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What is Good for Tim Horton’s Is Often Not Good for Canada.

Canadian employers and some governments continue to whip up hysteria that Canada has a worker shortage. This, they claim, will increase dramatically over the next decade. However, even a quick glance at what is going on should make any sensible … Continue reading

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Excluding Cheap Labour Was Largely An Economic Issue

Excluding Cheap Labour Was Largely An Economic Issue   It’s possible that history might finally be corrected in British Columbia. More than a century ago,  Canadians’ jobs were displaced by cheap imported labour from Asia. At that time, Ottawa did … Continue reading

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Multicultural Madness

Multicultural Madness The Fall of British Vancouver and the Rise of ‘Pacific’ Canada By Dr. Ricardo Duchesne, UNB MAKING AN IMMIGRANT NATION Ever since Canada was officially designated a multicultural nation during the prime ministership of Pierre Elliot Trudeau in … Continue reading

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For Labour Day 2012 : The Cost of Learning Nothing From Our History

For Labour Day 2012 : The Cost of Learning Nothing From Our History There is something very symbolic about what has happened in Metro Vancouver’s housing industry over the past few years : Low-wage East Indian crews have been demolishing … Continue reading

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Ottawa Was Justified in Sending the Komagata Maru Back to India

OTTAWA WAS JUSTIFIED IN SENDING THE KOMAGATA MARU BACK TO INDIA This year is the 98th anniversary of the Komagata Maru incident in which several hundred East Indians who had arrived by ship in Vancouver were denied access to Canada. … Continue reading

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Pete McMartin Looks For Love In All The Wrong Places

Pete McMartin Looks For Love In All The Wrong Places An April 24, 2012 column by Pete McMartin in The Vancouver Sun is a symptom of how much our media has allied itself with the immigration industry. It also shows … Continue reading

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China’s Deputy Environment Minister : Parasites Head For Canada

CHINA’S DEPUTY ENVIRONMENT MINISTER : PARASITES HEAD FOR CANADA——–(PART 2  of  “WHEN A BILLION CHINESE JUMP”) “When A Billion Chinese Jump” contains numerous revelations, many of which are relevant to the immigration issue. Here are three : (1) The first, … Continue reading

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When A Billion Chinese Jump–Part 1

This bulletin is Part 1 of a review and summary of the book “When A Billion Chinese Jump” by UK journalist Jonathan Watts. It is an environmentalist’s look at China and may not seem to be related to the immigration … Continue reading

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Attention Historian Peter Ward : Immigration Cannot Be A Welfare Program For Asia

Attention  Historian Peter Ward : Immigration Cannot Be A Welfare Program For Asia The purpose of UBC History Professor Peter Ward’s  book, “White Canada Forever”,  written in 1978, is to ridicule what he calls Canada’s “nativist” (racist) past.  That period … Continue reading

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The Oriental Question–Part 2

“The Oriental Question” is the title of the second in a series of three books on Chinese and Japanese immigrants to Canada. It was written by Dr. Patricia Roy, retired Professor of History at the University of Victoria and published … Continue reading

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Vancouver Sun Columnist : Team Canada "As White As Snow"

VANCOUVER SUN COLUMNIST : CANADIAN OLYMPIC TEAM “AS WHITE AS SNOW” As the 2010 Olympic Winter Games ended, Vancouver Sun columnist Pete McMartin took the immigration industry’s notion of “reflecting Canada’s Diversity” a step further. In his February 27 column, … Continue reading

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So You Thought Canada Was Not Being Re-Colonized?

Our latest bulletin : “So You Thought Canada Was Not Being Re-Colonized ?” features below a disturbing and revealing Vancouver Sun OP ED written by Henry Yu, a Professor of History at UBC. As readers will see, there is not … Continue reading

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Past A Tipping Point, A Country’s Identity Changes (The Oriental Question–Part 1)

PAST A TIPPING POINT, A COUNTRY’S IDENTITY CHANGES (The Oriental Question–Part 1) Professor Patricia Roy’s “The Oriental Question” was published in 2003. It was the second in a series of three books she wrote on the early Chinese and Japanese … Continue reading

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Saltwater City’s Mistakes On Chinese Labour Contractors, Illegal Immigration, Etc.

This is a review of Paul Yee's book, “Saltwater City : An Illustrated History Of The Chinese In Vancouver”, published in 1988. Immigration Watch Canada.org regularly presents reviews of immigration-related books in order to give Canadians more perspective on the … Continue reading

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