Climate Crisis (scam) Means Canada Needs Lots Of Immigrants To Work Agriculture

As usual, the Cult of Climastrology links it’s wackadoodle beliefs to a completely separate issue, immigration. But, there’s something really funny in all this

Climate Change Is Creating a Northern Labor Crisis

In many ways, Canada seems perfectly positioned to take advantage of climate change. The country sits on a vast wealth of natural resources with an abundant supply of freshwater, oil, and natural gas. Its political system is, for the moment, relatively stable. And as the planet warms, Canada’s traditionally unfarmable northern regions could turn into the world’s breadbasket. But for all its advantages, Canada is desperately lacking in one vital resource: people.

Indeed, despite being the world’s second-largest country, Canada has a relatively modest 38 million citizens, a mere one-ninth of the United States’ population. More importantly, the national fertility rate has long been in steady decline, with the number of Canadian births reaching a fifteen-year low in 2020. This puts the country in a precarious position: while most populations need a total fertility level of a little over two children per woman to survive, Canada sits at just 1.47, representing one of the lowest birth rates in the West. Were this trend to continue, the country’s population could start shrinking within the next two decades.

Degrowth, then, would represent a catastrophic opportunity loss for a country primed to benefit from global warming. In one famous study, Stanford professor Marshall Burke estimated that if Canada were to take complete advantage of its newfound agricultural opportunities, it could see a fivefold increase in its gross domestic product over the next several decades. But that’s a huge “if.” Canada will need a massive amount of labor to exploit its 4.2 million square kilometers of new agricultural frontier, and as it stands, its population is not growing nearly fast enough to meet the region’s growing demand.

See, SOON!!!!! the world will warm so much that Canada will be an agriculture powerhouse. They’ll just need people to work the fields. Because Doom.

Interestingly, these lunatics in the climate cult think the only thing immigrants are good for is working the land. That’s rather bigoted/racist, isn’t it? That they aren’t smart enough or educated enough to do anything but picking crops and such (in reality, the people who run farms, from small to large, tend to be pretty smart, having to know what to do when, if they are going to be successful. Locally, NC State has a pretty big agriculture education program). That’s what liberals here in the U.S. think illegal aliens are good for: manual labor. The climate cult is primarily run by elitist whites (and those who think they are elites but aren’t), and a high percentage of Warmists are 1st world whites.

And you know none of these Warmists want the immigrants anywhere near their own neighborhoods.

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3 Responses to “Climate Crisis (scam) Means Canada Needs Lots Of Immigrants To Work Agriculture”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    Canada needs more immigrants? They can have ours. Everyone knows immigrants only go to Canada because then it’s easier to get to the USA.

    From warmist point of view, climate warming will demographically shift immigrants anyway, so Canada wins.

  2. JGlanton says:

    When this interglacial ends and Canada goes back to being covered in an ice sheet, they can import a hundred thousand HondX’s to shovel snow and chip ice to keep the roads open.

  3. Dana says:

    We can round up about 12 million of them and ship them north!

    On a dark desert highway
    Cool wind in my hair
    Warm smell of colitas
    Rising up through the air
    Up ahead in the distance
    I saw a shimmering light
    My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim
    I had to stop for the night
    There she stood in the doorway
    I heard the mission bell
    And I was thinking to myself
    “This could be Heaven or this could be Hell”

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