Keeping an eye on Communist, Totalitarian China, and its influence both globally, and we as Canadians. I have come to the opinion that we are rarely privy to truth regarding the real goal, the agenda of Red China, and it's implications for Canada [and North America as a whole]. No more can we rely on our media as more and more information on China is actively being swept under the carpet - not for consumption.
Sunday, March 13, 2016
New ‘Chinese’ Political Party In Canada, The National Alliance Party
A newB.C. political party says it wants to bring a Chinese focus to provincial politics.
The National Alliance Party, launched only [this month], says its focus is on the 350,000 people in [the province of British Columbia] who are of Chinese heritage.
[In multi-culti Canada, this racist action was bound to happen when considering the vast numbers of ethnic Chinese imported into OURcountry every year. There are more than 1.1 millionpeople of Chinese origin now living in Canada.
Just recently, some emboldened Chinese have begun similar shenanigans in New Zealand. [Update: Cracks are beginning to appear in New Zealand … read HERE.
And what Chinese plans are slated for the United States, as related in this story?]
The four founders of the party all have such a background. They are Delta, B.C. realtor and party leader Wei Ping Chen, along with a Burnaby student, a Surrey renovator and a Burnaby tourism guide. Chen, 48, is a former university teacher in Beijing who [only] came here in 2000. He says mainland Chinese immigrants tend not to vote in B.C. elections and to ignore local politics — and he wants to change that.
[Just 7 years ago — we invited this FOREIGN guest into our home. Today, he has designs to re-arrange OUR “furniture” to suit his own ethno-centric purposes, and arrogantly assumes he holds “entitlement rights” to a portion of OUR nation!]
[…] Chinese families are being split when breadwinners move back to Asia to work … leaving their wives and kids here [in Canada], Chen said. Others leave [British Columbia] after getting their Canadian citizenship because they can’t get ahead in their new country, he added.
[To avoid “being split“, their families are free to re-join the breadwinners in Asia … at anytime. Bye!
And, “getting ahead” here in Canada was probably never the primary intention, but simply a nice, safe place to park their family who are then able to greedily gorge themselves on our free social welfare system, our free education, and are well-stocked shopping malls. A Canadian passport is father’s “return ticket” to Canada if problems arise in his home country.]
Chen said he thinks [British Columbia] will be better for it if Chinese immigrants can be encouraged to participate in politics. “I would like to encourage them to stay here and solve the problem for them,” he said.
[Canada didn’t have many “problems” to solve BEFORE we foolishly allowed NON-white foreigners to invade our space in our own country. Perhaps China could use your political skills to solve the many problems in your home country. Yes?]
Chinese immigrants face language barriers and can feel lonely after arriving,Chen said. In some cases, racial discrimination against them in the workplace makes things worse, he added.
[Of course, the “racial discrimination” or “race card” would have to be tossed into the ring at some point. Canadians are easily duped into feeling guilty with that old canard constantly thrown in our direction at every opportune moment. However, there seems to be nothing wrong with hisattempt to form an exclusive ethnic Chinesepolitical party within the boundaries of OUR sovereign nation! Imagine a cadre of White Canadians domiciled in China and forming a similar racialist political party in that country! Ha! ]
[Update October, 2014: Some serious humour … HERE.
Chen said he plans to build the National Alliance into both a federal and a municipal party and hopes to field candidates in upcoming elections. But he admits the party is still looking for an office, has very little money and has only signed 20 members to date. “We are just like a baby born,” he said.
[Yes, but babies do grow to maturity and thenattempt to take over the entire household. Does his “Nation[al]” Alliance party imply a nation withinour established nation of Canada similar to the wording as the Aboriginal nation?]
The party is open to people of all backgrounds, Chen said. “We together are one family in Canada. We are the same,” he said. “I would like to focus [on this] minority group because I think they need more help.”
[Gee, thanks for nothing. Rather disingenuous statements coming from a new Chinese political party whose goal of ethno-centric interests trump everything else. ]
Chen said he thinks the party is a better alternative to electing Chinese-Canadian politicians to Victoria (Provincial capital city) and Ottawa (Federal capital city) under the wing of traditional parties, because they tend to forget their promises as they are forced to conform to party lines.
Michael Byers, a politics expert at the Liu Institute of Global Issues, says he doesn’t have a problem with a Chinese[political] party in B.C.
[Hmm, one doesn’t bite the hand that feeds him, eh?]
“These are people exercising their rights in a democratic society,” Byers said. “I haven’t seen any indications that this party is racist.” Its arrival will serve as a wake-up call to traditional parties on Chinese concerns.
[If a party of WhiteCanadian nationalists were considering on forming a political party to serve the needs of Whitepeople — and, onlyWhite Canadians in our own nation — there would be no end in hearing about that “racist” agenda.
As usual… the usual double standards are always applied here, so it’s all quiet on the (MSM) mainstream media front. Nothing to see here, move along.]
“I would be very surprised if they were to elect even a single candidate,” Byerssaid. “This is a clever advocacy ploy.”
[It’s the primary INTENT that counts for something!]
David Baxter of the Urban Futures Institute said the party faces the problem of a Chinese community that is too diverse to be a unified political force.
“There isn’t a constituency that is represented by ancestry … any more than one can argue that White politicians represent White people,” said Baxter.
“People in a democracy think that elected representatives are elected to represent everybody.”
Victor Wong, who heads the Toronto-based Chinese Canadian National Council, said the impetus behind the new party is a comment on the fact that traditional parties often run minority candidates in ridings they have no hope of winning. “This party, it’s an indictment on the three parties that they have not been as inclusive as they need to be,” Wong said.
“As ethnic and racial diversity are translated into political power in the host countries, the pace of immigration will accelerate to the point that might cause citizens, both new and old, to recognize their own peril and perhaps to stop or to slow the process. However, in the meantime, most European countries in the New World and perhaps even the Old World will have been changed beyond recognition and their intellectual capital eroded by socially sanctioned if not government promoted miscegenation”. Read more…..HERE.
Sunday, June 15, 2008
The Nation Alliance Party: A political party for the Chinese colonies of Canada.
This is old news and I've meant to blog on it for a while now. It's about the launch of a Chinese focused Canadian political party.
Political party to focus on Chinese Leader promoting an alternative to traditional parties
John Bermingham, The Province Published: Sunday, June 17, 2007
A new B.C. political party says it wants to bring a Chinese focus to provincial politics. The Nation Alliance Party, launched only last week, says its focus is on the 350,000 people in B.C. who are of Chinese heritage.
The four founders of the party all have such a background. They are Delta realtor and party leader Wei Ping Chen, along with a Burnaby student, a Surrey renovator and a Burnaby tourism guide.
Chen, 48, is a former university teacher in Beijing who came here in 2000. He says mainland Chinese immigrants tend not to vote in B.C. elections and to ignore local politics -- and he wants to change that.
Chen -- who says he has been asked to join the federal Liberals, but turned them down -- said the new party wants to help improve the lot of immigrant workers and to promote Chinese family values and safer communities.
Chinese families are being split when breadwinners move back to Asia to work, leaving their wives and kids here, Chen said. Others leave B.C. after getting their Canadian citizenship because they can't get ahead in their new country, he added.
He speaks of these things as if they are travesties but the reality is there is a conscious effort by many mainland Chinese immigrants to abuse Canadian citizenship laws, tax laws, and the country's publicly funded health care system and education system. They see Canada as an insurance policy and a retirement home as they work abroad paying as little taxes to the Canadian government yet are first in line when it comes to benefiting from any of Canada's publicly subsidized social programs. They park their kids, spouses, and sometimes parents in Canada to relieve themselves of the financial burden of educating or taking care of them and shift that responsibility onto the Canadian tax payer. To say that many Chinese immigrants return to Asia because they cannot get ahead in this country is disingenuous. The Chinese are not so stupid as to throw away all that they have achieved by immigrating to Canada. Many mainland Chinese return to Asia becuase they had no intention of really leaving it. They immigrate to Canada to acquire Canadian citizenship for themselves and their families to benefit from the social programs this country has to offer but do little to support it in the form of taxes.
Chen said he plans to build the Nation Alliance into both a federal and a municipal party and hopes to field candidates in upcoming elections. But he admits the party is still looking for an office, has very little money and has only signed 20 members to date.
The party is open to people of all backgrounds, Chen said.
The party's existence came to my attention when I first read about it in the Toronto Star. What was clearly stated in that Star article as is in the Province article is that the Nation Alliance Party is primarily concerned with Chinese issues in Canada and advancing Chinese concerns on Canadian society and politics. However you wouldn't know that from their homepage. Not only are you greeted with a screen providing links for information in either English, French, Spanish, or Mandarin (or is it Cantonese as if it matters) but nowhere does it say that the party is Chinese focused but instead seeks to advance the interests of ethnic minorities.
I think they are intentionally being deceptive because of the resulting backlash that followed the party's launch date and the understandable discomfort Canadians will have with an ethnic specific political party as if Canada needs a Chinese Bloc Quebecois.
What is revealing is the political climate that now exists in this country where ethnic minority groups are large enough and feel comfortable enough form ethnic specific political parties. To me this is symptomatic of the failure of multiculturalism as social policy and the predictable negative consequences of a misguided mass immigration system that disproportionately imports too many people from one country or region. The party admits, whether it means to or not, is that the Chinese are Chinese and they are not Canadian, citizenship aside, further exposing the "Canadian is a Canadian" myth.
A real concern is how the Chinese government in Beijing may use, maybe fund if they are not doing that already, this party to advance China's concerns within Canadian society and influence Canadian politics and policy to favour Chinese interests.
What is clear, even obvious, is that a Canadian is not a Canadian but we all know that anyways. If ethnic politics, whether co-opting existing parties or forming your own, is the future that Canada's immigration system and multiculturalism policy is leading this nation towards then we should stop this right now or face some grave and unintended consequences of the kind that will have destabilizing effects that could very well pose a threat to national unity. Politically Canada may be burdened with perpetual minority governments and coalitions. As for national unity, if the Quebec sovereignty movement had, and still has, the potential to redraw the political boundaries of this country imagine an Asian dominated British Columbia that feels Ottawa is ignoring its concerns becuase they are of Asian ancestry and not European. Don't think it will happen do you? If you don't, well I don't care. I don't wish to seek the fracturing of my country just to see who is right. Canada is the only country I have and I do not want to see it destroyed from within. I do not have another country I can run "home" to.