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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
2585 Views | 39 Comments | 10/18/2019 11:10:03 AM
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#2019-10-25 06:23:07 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


I'm glad we are on the same page as Canadians. Unfortunately, there are still many who are naive about this so-called "immigration."

#2019-10-25 06:33:06 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


Melcyan, you are lucky. You can see diversity as a learning platform. I hope you will always be lucky. 

#2019-10-25 07:39:29 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


I lived in Toronto for 13 years. Beautiful city. Diverse. You could find 130-something nationalities there. My ESL class was diverse too. Russians, Indians, Germans, French-Canadians, Mexicans, Argentinians, Iranians, Croatians, and we had even a girl from Switzerland. That was back in 1996. I'd call that diverse.

Janessa's, ESL class contains no white people, only Asians and Middle-Easterners. The first day at school, she came home and said, "Imi, there is not one white person in my class." Her school is a five-minute walk from our building. When I moved into this neighborhood eleven years ago, there were Asians and whites here. Now, it's Asians and Middle Easterners.

I feel isolated, but Janessa loves this neighborhood because she can find anything that suits her Chinese background.
Janessa was the one again who noticed when we were in the bank one day that I was the only white man there. We were there for twenty minutes. It was a long queue. We left without seeing another white person coming in.

I have no problem with diversity. I have a problem, however, when my government brings into the country on my tax-dollars people amass from a specific region of the world. 87% of the new immigrants came from the Middle-east last year. Now, oldghost, I'd call that racial stereotyping and blatant racism. The Liberal government even passed a bill that bans to criticize these people or say anything wrong about there outfit. If I did, and one of these favored people of the Liberal government made a complaint against me, I could even go to prison.

What would you call this? Democracy? Socialism? Free speech? Control? 

After reading your comments on this blog, I wouldn't be surprised, oldghost, if you would agree, whole-heartedly, with Emmanuelle Macron's, the French president, statement: "Nationalism is treason."

Please, next time, if there will be next time, don't bring my wife into our exchange.     


#2019-10-25 10:16:46 by melcyan @melcyan


What do you mean when you say "Cucks are the worst"?

#2019-10-25 12:39:39 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot



Needless to say I agree with your thoughts on the immigration/diversity issue. While I know those on the other side mean well, the sad reality is that they are simply virtue signalling by spouting all the socialization propoganda fed to them ad nauseum by their college professors oh so many years ago and by almost all college professors ever since.

I have a retired high school principal brother 4 years older than me who, together with his same aged retired college professor wife, have never stopped the same sheep like bleating. And at the same time neither one of them has ever allowed themselves to read any literature or watch any documentary or news media that would give them any opportunity to understand reality. They remain, 45 years later, stupidly blinkered and therefore numbly ignorant.

It is akin to watching somebody cheer on a suicide only to realize too late that they were staring at a mirror and the victim of the suicide was themselves.

Unfortunately, in the end, we will all be their victims as they cheerfully throw away our cultures and our countries that we still hold so dear.

#2019-10-26 18:51:13 by paulfox1 @paulfox1

Soros is not the only one to blame for this, but he is 90% involved. His 'Antifa' movement will cause the demise of Trump.

As @newbeginning pointed out, Australia is also descending into the 'pits of hell'.

There have been 'no-go' areas of the UK since the 1970s, and it's all by design. If you want to rule the people, you must divide them.

Religion plays a big part too, yet all 3 Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) all worship the same (false) god.

People are too blind to see that 'right / left wing' politics are two 'wings' on the same 'bird'.

It's an agenda that began 200 + years ago, and it will never change until people start to wake-up and see it for what it really is.....a script!

Someone sent me a link to a YT video in which the p.o.s known as 'Barry Sotoro' was giving a speech at the funeral of some congressman. The comments below the video were astounding. People were revering Obumma like he was some kind of 'god' instead of the scumbag he really is.

It's sad to see so many people indoctrinated and brainwashed into this fake reality.

#2019-10-27 09:40:10 by oldghost @oldghost

@imi with regard to 'bringing your wife into our exchange' it shouldn't be necessary, but I'll remind you by quoting your own words:

'Janessa's presence.... One day, she asked me: Where are all the white people at? '

If you're going to mention her yourself but wish to forbid others doing so, you'd better include a warning in the original text.  I have no wish to discuss or comment on your wife, just on your words here.


#2019-10-27 22:09:24 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


You are a smart man, oldghost, and I don't believe for a second that you didn't know what I meant.
Anyway, let me rephrase my request!
Please, stop using my wife to back your point!
If you're truly knowledgable about the situation that is going on in Canada and the world, you could easily find another way to defend your narrative.

#2019-10-30 14:17:20 by oldghost @oldghost

@imi I am not particularly familiar with Canada, but I imagine it is similar to Australia.  Millions flee for reasons of economy, persecution war hatred.  A tsunami of people seeking a better life.  Part of being a good culture is the kindness and generosity we show to others, but this goes with a price, accepting immigration means accepting change and risk and arouses the worst in us of prejudice and bias.
In Sydney there may be miniature Moscow, Lagos, Khartoum, Kolkata, Seoul, Saigon, Beirut, Manila, There are counter pockets of bigotry, nationalist, facism, reactionaries, ethnic purists, protesting protestants, anti-islam.
For some of it we need to learn the art of the shrug, grin and bear it - it is not just as good as it gets, it's always getting a little better, 

Me used to be angry young man
Me hiding me head in the sand
You gave me the word, I finally heard
I'm doing the best that I can

I've got to admit it's getting better (Better)
A little better all the time (It can't get no worse)
I have to admit it's getting better (Better)...

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