Canadians have no input into Canadian immigration policies. Decisions are made secretly in remote and distant Ottawa. Canadians look on helpless while the system and the courts are flooded with terrorists, phony refugees in the thousands. Canadians are not allowed binding referendums or for that matter any input into government policy. They are not even allowed to vote for their prime minister or a senator. Their MPs are not even allowed to represent their constituents in parliament because of party discipline. It is Liberal Party policies or nothing. That is why seething national issues remain buried for years while the media present Canadians with the constant drip of daily trivia and government propaganda.
Put Canadian Immigration into a search engine and hundreds of immigration companies are instantly there.
Add to this problem; the Canadian Charter of Rights, which gives rights to everyone in the world and it, appears that everyone is now claiming rights in Canada.
Unlike Canadians the Swiss are allowed binding referendums. They got 100,000 signatures on a referendum petition, to put the question on the Sept. 24 ballot whether their constitution should be amended to limit the number of non-Swiss to 18 per cent of the population. According to official data, the number of foreigners in Switzerland - 19.3 per cent - already exceeds the would-be immigrant limit.