Canadian elections get Indians currying favour – but what about the indigenous Indians?


 

Pollster Michael Adams of Environics Research in Toronto says Canada has taken in so many immigrants in the past two decades that the face of politics is changing beyond recognition to previous generations.

"Forty per cent of this country is foreign born," he points out, "and because we accepted only skilled immigrants, we get people who are capable, intelligent, already accomplished.

"And it’s no surprise that they run for office to try to make things better for their community and others."

Comment: Let alone Politics. When Indian curry is considered its number one national dish like in the UK – the Country is deemed to have arrived and thrived. Otherwise – it has only survived awaiting to be revived in its new identity. This process may take a score of years. Indian Candians may not like this but they cannot help but begrudgingly agree with it.

 

If they really "mean to run for office to try to make things better for their community and others." – they had better not forget the plight of the Canadian Indians in the truest sense of equality and natural and social justice.

 

In the truest Hindu belief – Maanav Seva – or service to mankind (especilaly the disadvantaged and under privileged) without expectation of reward is one of the fastest and surest three routes to attaining ‘God’ (whatever one’s concept of god). That is the most altruistic selfless act one can undertake in striving for and delivering equality in treatment and social justice to those most deprived. That is the best way to redeem oneself and pay the debt back to one’s society and community.

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3 responses to “Canadian elections get Indians currying favour – but what about the indigenous Indians?

  1. Snow

    Hello, I was doing a search on people interested in Canadian politics thats all. Thanks for the good idea, I was happy at the thought of letting everyone know about these hidden things by stnding up publicly. I have gone aroung a few times with the Falun Gong protestors. They are good at that cause they dont quit, get angry or feel discouraged even though their people are being persecuted for 7 years. I am in the process of learning more as much as I can about how the Communist party works to gain power and opress people and what its ideology is. Its a really big job. I think my city will soon have a forum on the movement of quitting CCP and exposing the crimes of communism. I wasnt sure if I was ready to handle the responsibility but you have given me a sign that I should step forward and participate actively. Thank you very much. ( : Maybe I will send you some links of some forums that theyve had all ove rhte world for this kind of thing. maybe some day youre city could have one. I know its important for India to know the Chinese government better.Bye ,Aly

  2. Anant M

    Hello Aly
     
    You wrote: Answering my Q as to how you found my Blog?: Hello, I was doing a search on people interested in Canadian politics thats all. Thanks for the good idea.. & I wasnt sure if I was ready to handle the responsibility but you have given me a sign that I should step forward and participate actively. Thank you very much. ( :
     
    People like you who take the time & trouble to ‘encourage the hearts’ of others are a rare and precious gift to the human race especially when such genuine appreciation comes from a totally unexpected source like the one I had earlier from Vijay and now from you.
     
    Long may you continue in your strife to make a real & positive difference.
     
    Hear from you and others soon
     
    Anant
     
     
     

  3. Anant M

    Sun nien fai lok Aly and to all Chinese people who happen to read your Blog.
     
    That is ‘constructive Global engagement’ with another community.
     
    It was quite fortuitous that I added an Inspiration yesterday on an Indigenous American Indian saying on conflict between the good dog and a bad dog in all all of us – not realising fully that today is the Chinese New Year and it is The Year of The Dog!
     
    Perhaps you may want to make that your motto persuading the CCP to start ‘feeding its good dog’ starting from today. There is no better a time than this.
     
    I was born in the year of The Pig – hence I, generally, see good in all people.

    Those born under the sign of the Pig can seem too good to be true.

    Sincere, loyal, caring and honourable to a fault, the Pig will seek to do right by everyone.
    Deeply trusting of others, the Pig will expect everyone to live by the same values and has an almost child-like belief in the goodness of everyone.
    The Pig’s one fault is that, as his name would suggest, he doesn’t always know when to stop indulging. Like the Sheep, the Pig is driven by the aesthetic.
    They have a penchant for fine food, vintage wines and designer labels because only the best is good enough and so they may end up being dismissed by some people as snobs. ( I am not so sure about designer labels as I tend to use things giving best value for money and lasting value). How about you?
     
    Happy New Chinese Year to you & your loved ones
     
    Anant

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