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Offline Omni

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Re: Immigration policy
« Reply #390 on: January 22, 2019, 11:29:00 am »
It is hundreds of thousands. All you have to do is stop knee jerk reacting and go onto the Immigration site and find the stats for just how many people have applied, and applied and been rejected, for refugee and protection status, in the last 2, 5, 10, 15, 20 years.

Go on. Uh um uh um uh.

Now go add up how many Muslim women in the world are unhappy with their religion and families  and will renounce their religions and families if they are allowed fast track entry to Canada.

Go on. Give it some thought. I doubt you and Omni spend more than 5 seconds on anything and that is the problem. You jerk off too quickly to anything you perceive feel good. You need to take a breath.

Uh maybe you should take 5 seconds and stop contradicting yourself. How can it be "hundreds of thousands" being rejected and at the same time the same number entering illegally? Maybe take 5 seconds and look up the actual numbers.

And can you ever make a comment without adding some warped sexual innuendo?

Offline waldo

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Re: Immigration policy
« Reply #391 on: January 22, 2019, 11:40:13 am »
And can you ever make a comment without adding some warped sexual innuendo?

look... about the story that member Rue sneaks into pet shops and fingers the hamsters - it's important that we wait to hear the evidence on both sides rather than just accepting either side’s claim!

Offline Omni

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Re: Immigration policy
« Reply #392 on: January 22, 2019, 11:50:58 am »
look... about the story that member Rue sneaks into pet shops and fingers the hamsters - it's important that we wait to hear the evidence on both sides rather than just accepting either side’s claim!

I shall defer to the courts.

Offline MH

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Re: Immigration policy
« Reply #393 on: November 01, 2021, 10:35:27 am »
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/29/labor-shortage-supply-constraints-and-inflation-hold-back-economy-trying-to-emerge-from-pandemic.html

Hmmmmm

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Economists say many people retired and fewer immigrants coming into the U.S. are two factors behind the labor shortage.

Offline Nipples Von Graham

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Re: Immigration policy
« Reply #394 on: November 01, 2021, 12:20:32 pm »
I heard that.  Some people who stopped working just never went back, like people close to retirement.  Maybe also some married people who wanted to remain stay at home parents?  And some workers who maybe would go back but the COVID risks have convinced them to stay home for now.
I can tell how good of a person you are by how you treat the people you disagree with.

Offline The Cynic

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Re: Immigration policy
« Reply #395 on: November 01, 2021, 04:25:58 pm »
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/29/labor-shortage-supply-constraints-and-inflation-hold-back-economy-trying-to-emerge-from-pandemic.html

Hmmmmm

I hear a lot about these labour shortages. I should find a post from a guy who had been trying to get a job in a restaurant. He couldn't find one, despite all the protestations from restaurants about a staff shortage. They weren't interested in him. He didn't have experience and he didn't want to work split shifts or full time. So nobody would hire him. I guess they're not as desperate as all that after all. They were also offering crap wages. And from all accounts of the people who work in restaurants, especially the chains like Tim Hortons, they treat the staff horribly.

So maybe they'll have to raise their wages and be nicer, huh? Gee, too bad, so sad.
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