Canada: State-funded CBC calls for the shaming of big families, says country should bring in more migrants instead

The publicly-funded Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has published an opinion piece arguing Canadians who have big families should be shamed, and that the country should be importing migrants instead.

To clarify the reference to “shame,” Kristen Pyszczyk is referring to shaming girls from childhood who are “groomed for motherhood from a very early age.”

As if this were not bad enough, the kicker in her preposterous piece is her statement that “It’s not OK to have five kids without once considering adoption….when people do irresponsible things like having five children, we absolutely need to be calling them out.” Since adoption is prohibited in Islam while “demographic jihad” is encouraged, Pyszczyk could not have been referring to Muslims, could she?

She also criticizes the restriction of immigration by “You-Know-Who” and assumes that a “steady supply of smart and talented immigrants” will make up the population.

Has Pyszczyk been reading the news lately about what is going on in Europe?

Recently, the propagandist Organization of Islamic Cooperation also advised that Europe continue with mass migration in order to pay its pensions. Never mind that out of the 1.2 million migrants who flooded into Germany in 2016, only “34,000 or 2.8% have found a job,” while only one-third of 1% found jobs in Sweden. In Britain, migrants were found to be “a net drain…on the order of between £115 and £160 billion.”

But while the OIC focuses its propaganda on pensions, for Pyszczyk, its all about the environment. Yet she fails to explain how migrants replacing Canadian birthrates will actually help the environment.

The fake news and commentary become better every day.


“State Broadcaster: People Who Have Big Families Should Be Publicly Shamed, Import Migrants Instead”, by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, January 15, 2018:

The publicly-funded Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has published an opinion piece arguing Canadians who have big families should be shamed, and that the country should be importing migrants instead.

The crown corporation, which is roughly analogous to Britain’s BBC, ran the article in response to Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines’s announcement that they were expecting a fifth child.

Kristen Pyszczyk, a Toronto-based writer whose interests include “feminism, mental health, addiction, pop culture, and digital media”, claimed that having a child was not just a personal choice, but “a choice that affects everyone who inhabits our planet”.

She argued that the social media backlash the Gaineses have received represents “a conversation we need to have in order to challenge our uncritical acceptance of the life-fulfillment-through-procreation story.”

The main thrust of Pyszczyk’s piece is that Westerners should not be having children because they are bad for the environment.

“Population control is a fraught topic,” she admits, alluding vaguely to “nasty historical events” — but claims that it is “not an exaggeration to say that the survival of our species depends on it.”

She does not go so far as to suggest one- or two-child policies of the sort which have led to baby girls being aborted or left in the street to die in Communist China, but suggests that public vilification of the traditional family could do the trick just as well.

“Shame is a powerful tool for changing behaviour,” she notes, suggesting that girls who are “groomed for motherhood from a very early age” should be subjected to “arguments for alternatives”.

However, she appears to contradict all of her arguments about climate change and individual carbon footprints at the conclusion of her article, in which the potential impact of falling Canadian birthrates is breezily dismissed with an appeal to mass migration.

“Procreation is becoming a global public health concern, rather than a personal decision. So when people do irresponsible things like having five children, we absolutely need to be calling them out,” she concludes.

“And if the birth rate in Canada declines, so what? As [U.S. President Donald Trump] cuts off aid to not-for-profits that educate on abortion, restricts immigration and stops sending money to countries that need it, we will have a steady supply of smart and talented immigrants.”…..

Canada: State-funded CBC calls for the shaming of big families, says country should bring in more migrants instead

Canada’s Trudeau Changes Tune, Tells Salvadorans: Don’t Come Here

When President Trump issued a travel ban on citizens from seven Muslim terrorist hotbeds shortly after taking office, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was incensed.

“To those fleeing persecution, terror and war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength,” Trudeau wrote on January 28, 2017.

In June 2017, Trudeau said, “Canadians have been very clear that we see immigration as a net positive, that we know we don’t have to compromise security to build stronger, more resilient communities.” He pledged to “continue to stand for Canadian values and Canadian success in our immigration system as I always have.”

But in 2018, the young prime minister is singing a different tune.

His country’s newfound stance began when U.S. Homeland Security announced this week that the United States would no longer grant “Temporary Protected Status” to some 200,000 Salvadorans — they have 18 months to straighten out their status in the U.S. or they face deportation. The reaction from the Canadian government was more muted.

The Canadian government, worried that Salvadorans will flood across the border into Canada to avoid deportation, is now trying to discourage them from crossing into the country — as thousands of Haitians did last year after they were threatened with the loss of similar protection.

“The government announced that it was planning to send Pablo Rodriguez, a Spanish-speaking member of Parliament, to California in the coming days to speak to community groups, lawyers and Spanish-language media,” the Miami Herald reported. “His message is simple: If you don’t qualify for refugee or asylum status, don’t try to cross into Canada.”

Viktor Orban’s Christmas message: We don’t want to rename our Christmas markets and retreat behind concrete blocks

In his Christmas message published in Hungarian daily Magyar Idok, Prime Minister Viktor Orban, referring to mass immigration, stresses that “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” today means that we have to love our neighbours, but we also have to protect our homelands, nations, families, culture, the European civilisation.

The Prime Minister highlighted the importance of Christian identity, which determines everything in Europe, from birth to everyday life and to death.

“Our culture is the culture of life. Our starting point, the alpha and omega of our philosophy is the value of life, the dignity every person received from God – without this, we couldn’t value “human rights” and other modern phenomena either. And this is why is questionable for us, whether these can be imported into civilisations built on different pillars,”

he wrote. According to Orban, “the fundaments of European life are under attack”.

“We don’t want our Christmas markets to be renamed, and we definitely don’t want to retreat behind concrete blocks (…) We don’t want our Christmas masses to be surrounded by fear and distress. We don’t want out women, our daughters to be harassed in the New Year’s Eve crowd,”

the prime minister stressed.

“We, Europeans are Christians. This is ours, this is how we live,” Orban wrote, adding that Christian culture, just like our immune system, seems to be self-evident, as long as it works, but we will definitely notice its absence when it starts to weaken.

“Europe’s immune system is being deliberately weakened. They want us to stop being who we are. They want us to become those who we don’t want to be. They want us to mix with people from another world and to change in order to make it trouble-free. In the light of Christmas candles, we can clearly see the attacks against Christian culture, the attempts to dissolve Europe. They want to take away our own life and change it to something which is not our life”,

Orban stressed, adding that the offered alternative, the “more enlightened life” is some kind of abstract utopia.

“The year 2017 confronted European countries with a historic task. The national governments, elected by European free nations, free citizens, must protect the Christian culture. Not against others, but for ourselves, for the protection of our families, nations, countries, Europe,”

he wrote. This year, according to the prime minister, some European leaders think that the problem doesn’t exist, some think it’s progress, some are giving themselves up and some are waiting for others to solve the problem. But Hungary is different, he wrote.

“Our starting point has always been that we have the right to our own life. And when we had the power for that, we protected it”,

the prime minister stressed and promised that his government will do everything to keep Europe European.

Hungary Journal


Orban: We must protect the Christian culture

Over 1,600 illegal immigrants intercepted at the border in November

Over 1,600 asylum seekers were intercepted by the RCMP as they crossed the Canada-U.S. border between legal checkpoints in November, a number that is sure to prove discouraging for Canadian officials trying to stem the tide of arrivals.


The final tally for November — 1,623 — was released on Tuesday afternoon, and represents a slight drop from October. But it is still nearly double the totals that immigration officials were seeing in the spring. In June, for instance, 884 people crossed illegally and were detained. In May, the number was 742.


Over the summer, word seemed to spread among diaspora communities in the United States that by crossing between border checkpoints, asylum seekers are typically able to make a claim in Canada rather than automatically being sent back to the United States under the Safe Third Country Agreement.

The number of arrivals, especially in Quebec, promptly soared. November’s total pales in comparison to the 3,134 and 5,712 people who crossed and were intercepted in the hot months of July and August, respectively.


Over 1,600 asylum seekers intercepted at the border in November