Urgency And Hope: Canada In The Balance
In the preface of Canada in Decay, Dr. Ricardo Duchesne sets out the urgency:
Through sustained mass immigration since the 1990's regardless of
which controlled opposition party is in power, Canada demographically
is on a trajectory of replacing its traditional European population. In
less than eighty years from now and under sustained mass
immigration, Canada's traditional population will be relegated to a
minority of 20 percent or less of Canada's total population. In short,
Canada's sustained, annual mass immigration of 200,000 plus a
year is literally replacing the traditional population in an organized,
planned manner from above. As Dr. Duchesne states, this radical
immigration replacement policy is unprecedented in world history. This
is the first urgency.
The second urgency is the fact that the Canadian people since at least the mid-1960 have been subjected to federal government legislation and policy against their own interests as individuals and as a people . . .