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Imi was born and raised in Europe, Hungary. After finishing his school years, he moved to Canada to search for a better life. He lived in Toronto for 13 years and currently resides in Vancouver. He is a romantic at heart with a strong desire to always do the right thing. He would like to give hope to the Chinese and Asian ladies with his story and send a message that love eventually finds everybody.
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The Present Makes No Sense    

By Imi
2584 Views | 39 Comments | 10/18/2019 11:10:03 AM
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#2019-10-20 21:51:32 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


Your suggestion of moving from my neighborhood is more foolish than my analogy, but it tells a lot about you and the way you think.

You came back with some numbers to prove me that Canada is still a white country, which was unnecessary. I live here, and I usually write about what I experience in my life. Your numbers make no sense when I am the only white person out of the fifty people in the bank, including bank clerks.  

I am losing what I came to love. My building, my neighborhood, my city, my country, my livelihood, and your wise suggestion is to move?

It scares the hell out of me when highly educated people like yourself can't see the obvious. You are being replaced.

It scares me even more when one can't see how much they have been indoctrinated in schools. On second thought, why would they?   


#2019-10-20 22:06:20 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


Thank you for your good wishes. Janessa is very happy living here. I am happy, too. She brought many new things into my life that I didn't even realize I'd been missing. Now that I live with her and know her better, she's a small dragon lady with enormous respect for me and a caring heart. 

#2019-10-20 22:28:31 by anonymous20747 @anonymous20747

More than one in four people in Vancouver are Chinese. That statistic is mind-blowing.

#2019-10-21 08:18:54 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


"Let's not allow facts to get in the way of a good argument"?

According to the Red Cross, and also the 'Almanac of World Religions', in 1938 there were 15.3 million people in the world who were of the Jewish faith. In 1948 there were 15.7 million, and increase of 400,000 over a period of 10 years, 6 of which involved a war.

You have rattled-off 'statistics' that account the % of ethnicities living in Canada. Have you counted them?

We're told that in 1900 there were 1.5 billion people in the world. If we use basic maths and call that 750 million 'couples', how is it POSSIBLE that there's 7.5 billion people now?

So yeah, never let facts get in the way of a good argument.

#2019-10-21 08:24:51 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


100% spot-on, my friend. I wish people would wake-up and realise that the country to which you refer, (the one with the 6-pointed star on its flag), owns the country that uses the stars-and-stipes on its flag.

The CEO of that 'country', (whoreporation) is also personally owned by the 'masters' of the country with the 6-pointed star.

You asked about people 'opening their eyes' - something I have been desperately trying to get them to do for the last 3 years or so - but they won't....

#2019-10-21 12:52:21 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot


"@The general audience of old fogeys missing the good old days.  Get with it, things have changed, are changing, will change.  Adapt, accommodate, live and love life. Enough of the Maudlin Longing for days gone by.  Oh woe, lack-a-day, things were better in my old day" 

I can't speak for all of us old fogeys, but I daresay that I think this will apply to most of us. I am not missing the good old days for my own sake, because I don't have much time left and life is fine in my own personal little corner of the world. I miss them on behalf of my children, and their children, and their childrens' children to come.

Our parents gifted us with a world that was truly amazing and that we all grew up loving and enjoying, a world that we were blessed to live our lives in. And we have tossed it away and left our children a hard time ahead, all the while narcisistically virtue signalling what liberal and big hearted people we are. 

Talk about "empty vessels", that is all of us.

#2019-10-21 13:53:51 by oldghost @oldghost

@imi on the topic of moving
The first thing I did on the arrival of my then wife from overseas, some thirty plus years ago, was to set about finding a location and a house which satisfied her lifestyle and cultural wishes.  I was and remain flexible, so her wishes were uppermost.  Here population mix varies area by area and by socio-economy.  One can choose where to live based on amenity, education, locality, culture and preference.  I will indeed venture to contradict you and suggest it is the same where you live.

You may feel you have lost something, whereas I embrace change.
You may think you have eyes but I suspect they see not what is there but what was there.

#2019-10-21 14:18:25 by oldghost @oldghost

@paulf I know maths evasion and denial are 2 of your strong points, however.

1.5 * 1.01^120 = 4.95... 1.5 *1.014^120 =7.95...

In words, starting from 1.5 bn, 120 years with a population growth rate of 1% produces almost 5 billion,
and a growth rate of 1.4% produces almost 8 bn. These average numbers roughly fit the facts.

Growth rate results from better food, standard of living, and health.  Birth deaths have reduced globally, and life expectancy has increased .  The world life expectancy at birth in 1900 was about 31; now it is over 72.

#2019-10-21 21:11:41 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Pauline Hanson and Trump mode? Where did you get that idea?

Hanson, Trump, as well as ALL politicians, are nothing but puppets.

I worry for you, my friend. I don't worry ABOUT you, but I certainly worry FOR you - you have no idea what you're talking about. Not only that, but you're too closed-minded to think outside your own worldview.

#2019-10-22 00:14:15 by newbeginning @newbeginning

I live in small town Canada, population approxiamtely 38,000 in a georaphical land mass the size of 3 Lower mainlands in the Vancouver area. In the last three years the population has been infused with many Blacks from Nigeria and Somalia, Syrians, Pakistanis, Chinese, Vietnamese, Thais etc. Why is this?? Even the local Indian bands are starting to complain about the immigration. I am not against anyone who wants to have a better life, just leave your bullshit racism behind. If you cannot do that then go back to your own countries. 

White people who do not believe the goal is to get rid of us need to wake up. 

Imi I am glad to hear your wife and you are both happy. You are a very fortunate man.

Footnote: I was in Richjmond 3 weeks ago and went to a local shopping centre with my sister. We were glared at, cussed at (Chinese) and in 2 stores were told to shop with our own kind....I was staggered by this...just a fervant sign of things to come unfortunately.



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