Guess what is the most common surname in Canada?
It’s not Smith or Johnson. It’s not Brown or Gagnon.
Nope. As Allan Wall tells us at Vdare, the most common surname in Canada is Li. That’s right. The surname of the Greyhound beheader.
The Greyhound beheader is, in a manner of speaking, the representative Canadian man.
As Bill Bradley said in a speech at the Democratic National Convention many years, ago, “Immigrants are at the center of our society.” That’s what liberals—including the liberals who call themselves conservatives—wanted, and that’s what they’ve got.