Canada’s Revolting Crime: Money-Laundering & Criminalization of Colored People

I have been thinking about presenting articles in a creative way to show people how Canada is looting assets of the colored population and then criminalizing them through very refined and pushy methods. These are some facts that I have collected so far and I am sure more and more ideas can be added here to reach the same conclusion. Here are some facts that I feel will help you understand how Canada is becoming rich but sad:

Fact 1: Canada is bringing more people here by marketing International programs. A lot of colored people are coming here with the hope of settling while not having any knowledge of what kind of system and “walls” they will be handling. Why is there such a strong effort to educate international students and immigrants when Canada has such a sketchy and old expectation gap where the workplaces are asking for something else and universities and even some colleges are teaching something else? The programs for which the Domestic students pay around $6000 require around $14,000 from the International Students. And, that is not it! Some college programs are designed and run in a haste and some courses inside those “fast” programs almost force students to “not use real Databases like Statistics Canada to extract relevant data” and “create imaginary content only”. Another example is when the post-graduate programs are marketed to attract graduates from any other Canadian university or college; for instance, Event Management program easily attracts students from Biological Sciences, English, and Communication. Then the students are given an assignment that should technically take some thinking from a research paper so as to create an imaginary report that seems to be at the graduate level. Let us assume that there is a question that involves finding out who will come to a specific kind of event that serves only certain foods and music. In reality, this kind of question can be answered by reviewing research articles that are found in databases like ScienceDirect, but students aren’t provided a list of relevant databases to explore at all. Why are they expecting that a Biological Sciences graduate or an International Student would know some of the databases required for Event Planning & Marketing? Another example is when Event Management students are asked by their Computer Application teacher to create only a Survey as part of Market Research. College teacher usually spends only around one hour explaining this kind of assignment. Excuse Me! High school students can do this. Why are they running this kind of assignment without giving them loads of information that’s at the graduate level? Why are they not running something more concrete and heavy like a “Focus Group” instead? You know that’s tougher than running a survey. Thus, some employers are just catching on the Expectation Gap and throwing away whoever they want to.  Here, read this article to see what I am trying to say.
Fact 2: Canada’s entire system is very color coded. This is true for the health care system and the labor market. For example, I know that the White graduates are asked less questions than the Colored graduates because I have seen this happen in real life. So its usual for some employers to say, “So you wrote a paper without using actual databases like Statistics Canada. What do you want me to do with it? What’s its point? A kid can generate this.” But he/she might not say this to a White graduate. Try Dodge Balling that!
Fact 3: Canada has a double glass ceiling almost everywhere. University campuses that produce colored graduates but hires and promotes mostly White people are just one example of the double glass ceiling. There are many more examples and you just need to learn where to find them. One great way of finding these examples is by talking to people, especially students. I say “talk to students” because most of the Canadian students are freakishly well-educated and knowledgeable.
Fact 4: Canada allows colored people including Brown, Black, and Aboriginals to be jailed even for very minor offenses. There are also queer cases like Toronto 18 where most of the colored men who were arrested were later released.
Fact 5: Canada has a Rich-Poor Gap and we all know that poverty is linked to crime. Poverty can also be created by isolating minorities from the majority, which is how you will still find that “Brown people like doing business with Black people”.
Fact 6: It is very easy to make innocent people say that they are guilty; believe they are guilty; and then tell everyone that they guilty. I think that most of the colored people who are being jailed in Canada were trapped through use of circumstances and lies. James L. Trainum’s book “How the Police Generate False Confessions: An Inside Look at the Interrogation Room” shares the techniques that are used to brainwash victims into believing that they are the “real hard-core criminals” or the “new, protected, and loved informants”. But know that these techniques do not work on everyone. What if the only free men from the Toronto 18 case were those on whom these techniques did not work? What if the rest are jailed because these techniques worked on them? Is this why we do not have much exposure to how these kind of cases are being run.

So, what really is going on here?

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