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Gardisten
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, 01:44 AM
says Jewish Assistant Professor Irvin Studin (http://www.mcclelland.com/author/results.pperl?authorid=71503)...

http://globalbrief.ca/blog/2010/06/14/canada-%E2%80%93-population-100-million/


A national population of 100 million – three times the current Canadian population – is a symbolic quantum. It could very well be 85 million or 130 million and yield the same desired effects. And these effects would be pincer-like: first, a far larger demographic base to build strong national institutions and structures (east-west-north-south) across the vast territory of Canada – institutions that, while today often absent or weak, would eventually serve as a bulwark for international strategic influence; and second, a far larger talent pool to populate the strategic arms of the Canadian state – the military, diplomatic, general civil service and political branches of government – as well as connected sectors and organizations (business, cultural, educational, scientific) in Canadian society at large. In the process, the Canada of 100 million, through the force of new domestic structures, coupled with growing international impact (and prestige), undergoes an evolution of the national geist – one arguably appropriate for this new, more complicated, more international century. In short, Canada becomes a serious force to be reckoned with.

Let us stress that the Canada of 100 million goes a long way toward addressing one of the capital challenges of Canadian governance: the difficulty, dating from the days of the Fathers of Confederation in 1867, of building east to west, or west to east (and north, of course), across the country’s vast geography. (At 34 million, Canada is easily in the lowest decile among all countries for population density.) The Canada of 100 million has a far larger national market and the attendant economies of scale and scope – for ideas, for debate, for books, for newspapers, for magazines (print and online), for all species of goods and services. It poses a far more impressive cultural counterweight to the US – now only three or four times larger, instead of ten or eleven times. It has many large, dynamic, global cities – more than just Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, or perhaps even Calgary – that, superior division of labour oblige, serve as incubators and competitive arenas for innovation, productivity and creative ambition – all derivatives, as it were, of humans rubbing up against humans. Provided that there is proactive distribution of this increased population (the province principally of the federal government, and an area in which it is currently underperforming) – meaning more people and larger cities everywhere, but particularly in the Maritimes (the East), the Prairies (the Midwest) and, indeed, the Canadian North, all grossly underpopulated regions – the Canada of 100 million also has increased, highly productive inter-civic rivalry between these complex metropolises, and more social and economic experimentation and invention at the local level (sub-state units as laboratories, as it were) to drive overall national performance. There are sufficient numbers across the country to populate large applied research institutions (partisan and non-partisan) to aid the generation of policy ideas; to create bona fide national institutions of higher culture in the musical, visual and theatrical arts; to justify national sports leagues where today, in Canada, there is, to many outside observers’ surprise, perhaps one at most. At 100 million, Canada has cutting-edge, world-beating companies that are far larger and more numerous across the sectors; and, to be sure, it has far more aggregate wealth – profit-seeking and philanthropic alike – to regularly provide the said institutions and structures with liquidity; this, manifestly, on top of the public liquidity that over time comes with a far more substantial tax base. In short, at 100 million, the internal energy of Canadian society is transformed.

Hmmm... tripling the population within a short period of time through immigration would also effectively wipe out Canadian culture and heritage. Wonder why he doesn't seem to care about that...?

Old Winter
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, 10:48 AM
All the Dutch people i know that have visited Canada liked it so much because it has a low population and lots of free space and because of that more freedom and opportunities.

It does not suprise me that this comes from a jew.

SpearBrave
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, 11:16 AM
The low population numbers are one of the reasons to visit Canada, as pointed out above. That and the beauty of the land and friendliness of the people. Even the French population of Canada seems friendly to an extent.

velvet
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, 01:07 PM
Hmmm... tripling the population within a short period of time through immigration would also effectively wipe out Canadian culture and heritage. Wonder why he doesn't seem to care about that...?

Oh, he does. It is the goal of that plan :(


and, to be sure, it has far more aggregate wealth - profit - seeking and philanthropic alike – to regularly provide the said institutions and structures with liquidity; this, manifestly, on top of the public liquidity that over time comes with a far more substantial tax base. In short, at 100 million, the internal energy of Canadian society is transformed.

It is about generating the "happy mixed people that are easy to explo.... eh lead to a happy, capitalist society with maximum profits for the Jews, who control the Worldmarket, Stock Exchange, Wallstreet and the banks and with that finance their think tanks and "international inter-dependence" (Trilateral Commission) and so on.

It's just the next logical step for them, since the USA have almost completed this transformation process and Canada offers a huge playground to expand the experiment.

kaneslater
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, 03:02 PM
Canada with a population of a 100 million? And, of course, mostly South Asians and other darkies.

This is typical Jewish thinking, with its fixation of crowded spaces where "trade" can develop. Obviously the proposal does not account for the beauty of the land, unspoiled by overpopulation and does not address the most important issue of the quality of population. But it seems that unless some drastic change is done we will see the Canadian land filled with rug wearing others, voting for Hebrew run parties and destroying what used to be a decent Germanic country.

Æmeric
Sunday, June 27th, 2010, 05:12 PM
Most population growth in Canada is in a few select areas. Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary-Edmonton & particularly Toronto. If Canada ever had 100 million inhabitants, over 2/3 would be concentrated in the area of Ontario between the Great Lakes of Ontario, Erie & Huron. Southern Ontario would be more densely populated then Bangladesh.