That must have hurt
A future pilot

Traitors in charge

Vox Day:

The idea that immigration “is good for the economy” is based on a false assumption and an incomplete equation. Moving every single person from China would “increase US GDP” too, but it most certainly would not be good for the economy.

It's the same in Canada. Companies here are firing people left and right. The unemployment rate is increasing. Meanwhile the liberal politicians have imported over a million people into the country over the last ten months!

So, stagnant wages, stretched infrastructure, rents exploding, and mortgages out of reach. But look: higher GDP!


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