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Canada is becoming a third world country


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Not surprisingly under liberal government, everything is in free fall. Trudeau has taken from Canadians their financial freedom, rights of propriety,  rights to defend and more so their pride. The police is corupt unwilling to act against the raise of crimes committed by foreign immigrants and not willing to do a thing under the existent judiciary system.

I am ashamed to be Canadian today . I wish to have chosen usa against Canada when I left Europe nearly 30 years ago 😢 

 

https://toronto.citynews.ca/2024/03/14/leave-car-keys-at-front-door-to-avoid-violent-confrontations-with-car-thieves-toronto-police/

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  • The title was changed to Canada is becoming a third world country

3rd world like the Philipines and South Korea (I have seen these called 3rd world by spoiled americans U.S. & Canada, but they aren't)  or 3rd world like Papaua New Guinea, North Korea and Somalia?

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I'm pretty sure it's 3rd world like the US to hear the way that people are wailing and gnashing their teeth on threads like "Shoplifting is more common".

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5 minutes ago, Desertrat56 said:

3rd world like the Philipines and South Korea (I have seen these called 3rd world by spoiled americans U.S. & Canada, but they aren't)  or 3rd world like Papaua New Guinea, North Korea and Somalia?

I don't think there is any other countries in the world currently where the number of cars stolen in 2 years rose to 41,500 and where has become a mondene thing to see gangs killing eachother with automatic weapons , sometimes even 3 times per week in the same locations .

Stolen vehicles are leaving the port of Montreal in bins , they have tags and everything and no one does ANYTHING to stop it. Dummy Canadians whose cars were already stolen 3 times had their insurance quadrupled cause of it and yet no one does nothing , absolute 0.

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2 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:

I don't think there is any other countries in the world currently where the number of cars stolen in 2 years is 41,500 and where has become a montenegro thing to see gangs killing eachother with automatic weapons , sometimes even 3 times per week in the same locations .

Ah, so it is third world like the US.  Because we have a million or so stolen cars a year and gangs killing each other.  It's been going on for decades.  

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Best move to Haiti then 😉. You'll soon be longing for the safety and security of 3rd world Canada.... 

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There are definitely some parts of the US that are third world in terms of violence.

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40 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:

Not surprisingly under liberal government, everything is in free fall. Trudeau has taken from Canadians their financial freedom, rights of propriety,  rights to defend and more so their pride. The police is corupt unwilling to act against the raise of crimes committed by foreign immigrants and not willing to do a thing under the existent judiciary system.

Oh really? It's news to me. Last time I checked my financial freedom was still intact, as were my rights to property. My pride has yet to be taken from me as well. What is this topic thread about anyway? You rant against the Liberal government, state how ashamed you are to be Canadian, then post a link to a news article about auto theft.

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29 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

Oh really? It's news to me. Last time I checked my financial freedom was still intact, as were my rights to property. My pride has yet to be taken from me as well. What is this topic thread about anyway? You rant against the Liberal government, state how ashamed you are to be Canadian, then post a link to a news article about auto theft.

Hi Kittens

I'm 3rd generation Canadian so this is the only country I have really known and watched evolve but it's still a free country that I have had no issue living in.

Qx is free to move anywhere then learn what he can complain about in that country. Some people aren't happy if they don't have anything to complain about.

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58 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

Oh really? It's news to me. Last time I checked my financial freedom was still intact, as were my rights to property. My pride has yet to be taken from me as well. What is this topic thread about anyway? You rant against the Liberal government, state how ashamed you are to be Canadian, then post a link to a news article about auto theft.

I am alienated opinionated and frustrated. I'd love to go to usa where I can defend my self and my propriety with a 12 gage .

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48 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:

I am alienated opinionated and frustrated. I'd love to go to usa where I can defend my self and my propriety with a 12 gage .

What are you waiting for?  The Border is open.  Haven't you heard?

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1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:

I am alienated opinionated and frustrated. I'd love to go to usa where I can defend my self and my propriety with a 12 gage .

You totally sound stable.

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4 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I don't think there is any other countries in the world currently where the number of cars stolen in 2 years rose to 41,500 and where has become a mondene thing to see gangs killing eachother with automatic weapons , sometimes even 3 times per week in the same locations .

Stolen vehicles are leaving the port of Montreal in bins , they have tags and everything and no one does ANYTHING to stop it. Dummy Canadians whose cars were already stolen 3 times had their insurance quadrupled cause of it and yet no one does nothing , absolute 0.

Apparently the OPP have told the residents of Toronto to leave their car keys in a bag at their front door.

Maybe they should leave a glass of milk and plate of cookies as well.

Thats why I keep a baseball bat at the side of my door.

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I was worried that my fellow Ukrainians may have something to do with these crimes but after reviewing some photos online, I don't think any are Ukrainians. 

 

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7 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I am alienated opinionated and frustrated. I'd love to go to usa where I can defend my self and my propriety with a 12 gage .

Gee, you don't sound anything like a mass shooter or anything.

Have you got a manifesto underway?

Tell us again how you need a gun to protect yourself from opinions.

 

Third world country my backside.

You are the problem, not Canada. 

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27 minutes ago, psyche101 said:

Gee, you don't sound anything like a mass shooter or anything.

Have you got a manifesto underway?

Tell us again how you need a gun to protect yourself from opinions.

 

Third world country my backside.

You are the problem, not Canada. 

So you think is perfectly normal for police to ask citizens to put their car keys outside to be robbed? Next is to advise women to let themselves be raped or when criminals enter our houses to steal jewelery, we should have on hand some blindfolds and ropes to hand over to shorten the process. 

Is this what Australiens do ? Hang the keys outside to be robbed? 

Mate if you think I am the problem you should see how other Canadians are responding . 

Section 35(1) of the Canadian Criminal Code is a provision that allows a person to use reasonable force to protect their property from an intrusion, damage, or destruction.

 That is what Police should remind us... 

 

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1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:

So you think is perfectly normal for police to ask citizens to put their car keys outside to be robbed? Next is to advise women to let themselves be raped or when criminals enter our houses to steal jewelery, we should have on hand some blindfolds and ropes to hand over to shorten the process. 

Is this what Australiens do ? Hang the keys outside to be robbed? 

It's not "Canada" is it. Your link said Peel Police don't advocate it, only Toronto police do, and then as a last resort in exceptionally high crime areas where life may be at risk. 

Basically saying don't do something stupid and get killed for a car. 

And that's after (copied and pasted from your link)Toronto Police suggest the following:

Park vehicles in garage, if possible
Ensure your driveway is well lit and keep exterior lights on all night
Security cameras are an asset
If possible, install a home security system – activate alarm on STAY when home and AWAY when out
Consider having a motion detection alarm connected to your cell phone
Put security film on glass windows and doors
Have multipoint door locks on your doors
Keep backyard gates locked and ground windows secured
Do not post on social media when you will be away on holiday
Report suspicious vehicles/persons in the neighbourhood to police

1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:

Mate if you think I am the problem you should see how other Canadians are responding . 

Section 35(1) of the Canadian Criminal Code is a provision that allows a person to use reasonable force to protect their property from an intrusion, damage, or destruction.

 That is what Police should remind us... 

 

Yes, two out of three Canadians in this thread are already calling BS. 

If you think shooting it out is the answer, I repeat, you are the problem, not Canada. 

Look at your over reactions and poor interpretation of this minor aspect. You are one of the last people on the planet who should have a gun. 

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2 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I was worried that my fellow Ukrainians may have something to do with these crimes but after reviewing some photos online, I don't think any are Ukrainians. 

 

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And you want to arm them as well as America arms their own criminals. 

You too could have regular school shootings if you keep it up. 

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1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:

So you think is perfectly normal for police to ask citizens to put their car keys outside to be robbed? Next is to advise women to let themselves be raped or when criminals enter our houses to steal jewelery, we should have on hand some blindfolds and ropes to hand over to shorten the process. 

Is this what Australiens do ? Hang the keys outside to be robbed? 

Mate if you think I am the problem you should see how other Canadians are responding . 

Section 35(1) of the Canadian Criminal Code is a provision that allows a person to use reasonable force to protect their property from an intrusion, damage, or destruction.

 That is what Police should remind us... 

If you need to be told what to do, then at least keep up to date with the latest information from the police.

https://www.tps.ca/media-centre/stories/auto-theft-home-invasion-prevention-tips/

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4 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

Mate if you think I am the problem you should see how other Canadians are responding . 

Section 35(1) of the Canadian Criminal Code is a provision that allows a person to use reasonable force to protect their property from an intrusion, damage, or destruction.

 That is what Police should remind us...

The key word in Section 35(1) is reasonable.

Every Canadian has the right to safeguard themselves and their property as long as their defensive actions are reasonable and proportional to the circumstances. Lethal force (such as a shotgun) is only justified when it is the only available option for self-defence against a threat of severe bodily harm or loss of life and when no safe avenue of escape is available.

As for the police, what they are reminding us of, are precautionary and preventative measures. Why anyone would take issue with this is beyond me.

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5 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I was worried that my fellow Ukrainians may have something to do with these crimes but after reviewing some photos online, I don't think any are Ukrainians. 

Organized crime has been identified as the major driving force behind car thefts in Canada, with a well-organized and sophisticated system of theft and export set up through major hubs in various parts of the country. It is estimated that nearly 90,000 vehicles are stolen annually, and yet you cherry picked a small number of photos for no other reason than to suggest that foreign immigrants are a source of the problem.

Whilst you've made it quite clear that you have an issue with select immigrants and blame the supposedly corrupt police for not dealing with them to your satisfaction, you've not provided a shred of evidence to justify your vehemence towards them.

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14 hours ago, jmccr8 said:

Hi Kittens

I'm 3rd generation Canadian so this is the only country I have really known and watched evolve but it's still a free country that I have had no issue living in.

I'm first generation Canadian on my father's side (he was third generation American), second generation Canadian on my mother's side (her family was originally from France). I was born in Montreal, raised in Toronto, but because I spent several years studying in the US, I've spent almost as much time there as I have in Canada. And whilst I like the US, Canada in my opinion, is by far the better option.

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6 hours ago, psyche101 said:

It's not "Canada" is it. Your link said Peel Police don't advocate it, only Toronto police do, and then as a last resort in exceptionally high crime areas where life may be at risk. 

This is very true, however for me Canada represents the place I live aka GTA , and the place my vehicle got stolen. When Police came in my house while I was filling a report, had the nerve to laugh on my face and tell me that by now is probably in a container, sealed. They didn't even bothered looking at cameras. Alberta, NFL and to some respect Montreal are much better places to be in, right now. 

6 hours ago, psyche101 said:

Yes, two out of three Canadians in this thread are already calling BS. 

"The one who hates Kittens" is apparently in USA and has only live a shorter amount of time in Canada. He or she remembers Canada is it was in its glory days. Montreal has much better control of its crimes since thanks to the language policing and ultranationalistic regulations, they tend to control immigration better. Francois LeGault tactics and politics have just recently been highlighted as negative by Trudeau again. Consider QC as the Texas of Canada in terms of border controls and strange laws. 

6 hours ago, psyche101 said:

And you want to arm them as well as America arms their own criminals. 

You too could have regular school shootings if you keep it up. 

There are over 4 million gun owners in Canada and we don't have the same problems as USA. Not yet, because policing has been good until now. However thanks to police inefficiency and liberal lessen of penalties, things may start to get ugly. As the case of a Milton men who defended himself in his own house using his firearm. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ali-mian-milton-charges-dropped-murder-1.6923046 

"We're not Texas, we're not Florida with Stand Your Ground, where everybody can walk around with a concealed carry weapon," Goldkind said on Monday. "The fact that there's a lawfully registered firearm in the home here is important. But for pure self-defence, if you're met with the threat of imminent harm, something very serious coming your way, your life is in danger, you are allowed to use as much force as is reasonably necessary to protect yourself." 

All the crimes and shootings are committed by criminals who smuggles weapons and even prints them. It is known amongs gangs and criminals that in home invasions, if owners are home they get killed as they could later identify the perpetuator. So yes, a firearm is needed to fight another one to protect yourlife and the family. If you plan to defend yourself during home invation with a cell phone calling 911 or think that if you cooperate they may let you live, you're just too naive. 

6 hours ago, psyche101 said:

Look at your over reactions and poor interpretation of this minor aspect. You are one of the last people on the planet who should have a gun. 

You're over reacting and exharcerbating the subject. Since facing a backlash of fury across Ontario and the world, even European news agencies having made this thing public, Police is apparently now backing up ... 

https://www.narcity.com/toronto/toronto-police-backing-off-weird-advice-to-leave-car-keys-at-door 

furthermore today so many other Canadians like me, are finding this frustrating, this is shared now in news and media . https://www.news18.com/world/toronto-police-8816075.html 

I won't be surprised to hear the cop will be disciplined. 

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16 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I am alienated opinionated and frustrated. I'd love to go to usa where I can defend my self and my propriety with a 12 gage .

There are only a few states in the U.S. that you can do that.  Do you like the desert?   You might like Arizona, it is the only state I know of where you can open carry your weapons without anyone questioning you.   I think you just like to complain.  Or did someone take your car?   Is that what this is all about?   

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