Immigration, Bad Engineering, Technologically and Why So Many Canadian Stolen Cars End Up in Ghana and Other Countries – September 10, 2023
I remember the first time I saw a button as a key for starting a car, and then saying to myself are the engineers of this car serious? Sure, maybe on a high-end unique vehicle, but for mass-produced vehicles? That had disaster written all over it.
So now we’ve reached a phase in which the hard part for car thieves AGAIN is no longer getting the car started; the hard part is setting up distribution channels once the car is stolen.
Justin Trudeau, the current Prime Minister of Canada, has embraced the idea of mass immigration, which differs greatly from merit-based immigration. Canada’s immigration system is in many ways becoming more like America’s immigration system; the difference, however, is the differences between the U.S. and Canadian welfare states.
As I like to point out, although America has more debt per person than a country like Canada, America has become accustomed to dealing with mass migration, and it helps in America that citizens can protect their livelihoods and PROPERTY, whereas in Canada, you can be imprisoned for using force to protect your property.
So car thefts, as an example, are completely the responsibility of the auto manufacturers and the various governments of Canada. You also have to factor in the manpower aspect.
In America, because of the defund the police movements, they’re losing a lot of cops via the political machine; the same is true in Canada, but what’s worse in Canada are our transfer payment mechanisms that encourage Provinces like Quebec to be wasteful with the monies that were taken from other provinces and given to them from Ottawa.
Once this transfer payments scheme is started, and incompetence rewarded, fewer dollars will go to fixing problems and more money will go to the bureaucracy. So In Quebec, for example, if you’re going to ask a UNIONIZED Dock worker to do more inspections, that will equate to higher salaries, and more GRIDLOCK.
Do you see where I’m going with this? Sure, this problem could and likely will be solved in some aspect, but that’s how costs increase; on Canada’s west coast, their workers recently went on strike, and to be fair, a lot of activity goes through these ports, and if some white collar person or white collar politician wants every container or more containers inspected that’s going to cost you a lot more money.
Canada already artificially boosted the cost of a lot of things, to help finance their bloated government, and so sure they can make this problem worse, but I’m merely explaining why this problem exists in the first place.
Some of the immigrants that are coming to Canada, have an understanding of how the import and export market works. It also wouldn’t surprise me if many of these dock workers are in on these theft rings. I remember watching dock workers on strike, and many of them looked like visible minorities, some of them in positions of authority.
Now, obviously, you can’t accuse them of anything as that would be considered racist, and if we call this for what it is, there are a lot of extremely LAZY old-stock Canadians who wouldn’t be caught dead doing any of these labor-intensive jobs, so you’re seeing the systematic problems in Canada evolving.
Why don’t they “Inspect more containers” a clueless idiot proclaims. I’m pretty sure if it weren’t so expensive, every container would be inspected, but inspecting more containers equates to gridlock. Let’s say I inspect a container and it is stolen, Well, it’s still not so simple, because now they have to contact the authorities, and there’s an entire investigative process that goes into every single container, and that stolen container has to be put somewhere other than its destination. have you ever seen the size of these containers up close?
Additional space will have to be made for this container, which means additional resources and manpower, which equates to additional energy and expenses. I’m only scratching the surface here, and this again differs in Canada than the U.S. because Canadians are encouraged NOT to defend their property using force.
In America, if you steal my car or my property, depending on the State I can shoot you dead and walk free. Not in Canada; if I punch you in the face for stealing my car, I might be sued, fined, and imprisoned, so a lot of Canadians, when their property is stolen, smile, giggle, and hope for the best from their government.
But as I’m pointing out, this also equates to more vehicles per capita being stolen because thieves in Canada have little to fear. Even if the criminal is caught on camera, there’s due process., and Canadian courts and prisons are filled so the government is encouraged to lessen the charges.
Interesting times ahead!