Musings on Investing

Canada: Increasingly Leftist

Maritime Resources, etc.

Canada is soon going to be voting for the next Parliament. The Canadian population over the last year has increased by 1.4%, which, according to Bloomberg, is the fastest growth among G-7 countries. It added 531,497 people. 313,580 out of these are new immigrants. And 171,536 are students and asylum claimants.

There are many colleges in Canada whose job is not to educate, but to provide a stepping stone to immigration. Students don’t study, and the colleges don’t care as long as they make money. This situation should be illegal but is mostly ignored.

Consider Brampton. Its population increased from 10,000 in the 1950s to 600,000 today. This increase is a product of immigration. 74% of Brampton has a visible minority population. Unless you are drowning in political correctness, you can be assured that Brampton votes not based on meritocracy, but based on tribal affiliations, exactly the way people of the Third World vote.

You can be sure that as the proportion of people from the Third World continues to increase in Canada, it will become increasingly leftist. Culture is destiny.

Canada does not have much time to correct its course. Alas, most Canadians are too scared to take a moral position and speak up. And why should they when life is comfortable? But it won’t be for too long. At the very least, Canadians can do what Americans did by secretly voting for Trump.

In Canada, even the Conservative Party is left-leaning. If Canada has to have some hope, there is only one option: Vote for Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada. Go out and do it, or you will regret not too far in the future.

Here is an old article I wrote on the out-of-proportion influence of immigration and ghettos in a parliamentary system.

On Investments…

Here are three companies that have fallen a lot recently, all in my view offering at least a 50% upside:

  • Maritime Resources (MAE; C$0.08)
  • Anaconda Mining (ANX; C$0.20)
  • Commander Resources (CMD; C$0.075)

Also, keep an eye on Core Gold (CGLD; C$0.22). There is a hostile takeover offer to buy CGLD at a 93% premium to the current price. Expect a decision this month.

Finally, registration for the next Capitalism & Morality is now open. The price mentioned on the page is the early-bird price, which will last until 15th October 2019.

Warm regards,

Jayant Bhandari

Associate: Rajni Bala

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