Is the Dietrich Weismann Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. He is a retired doctor who most recently practiced in a British inner-city hospital and prison. Dr. Dalrymple has written a column for the London Spectator for thirteen years and writes regularly for National Review. Denis Dutton, editor of Arts & Letters Daily, called Dr. Dalrymple the "Orwell of our time."
Dr. Dalrymple has published two collections of his City Journal essays: Life at the Bottom and Our Culture, What's Left of It. Both were widely praised.
Toronto City Council leftist loons have made Toronto a sanctuary city which will make it a magnet for illegal immigrants. The media in Canada, as is usual, has made no mention, no surprise really, about the flood of illegal immigrants into the United States and how the Democrat Party is going to use them to tip the scales in the next election. They will also join the welfare rolls as well as that article shows putting an even great strain on the taxpayer. That is over and above the shocking levels of crime and infectious diseases they have brought with them as well.
So if they want to vote in Canada let them take the oath of allegiance first. Let's make sure they're not illegals in the first place as well. Yet another bad idea from another Marxist on the editorial board of Pravda. Operating on the basic premise if it is happening there it is probably happening here as well good sites to bookmark are:
We know now about the Ferguson, Missouri riots and money being promised to rioters - but not paid - by groups that were fronts for Georges Soros. Who is also now expecting protestors to work for free at disruptions now planned for Cleveland.
In light of that knowledge it might be an idea for our Homeland Security to investigate groups like No One Is Illegal and see if foreign money financed the May Day riot in Vancouver. Foreign money is flowing into Canada so why did the Supreme Court Of Canada place client privilege over national security? Canada will also no longer be sovereign nation if the TPP (1) (2) of which no mention is made in either the media or Parliament. Bill C-51 will certainly end any privacy Canadians enjoyed in the past as well. As to what is going on I hope I have given you some answers.
It is now time for you to start asking some tough questions.
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