Immigration. There is blood in the water.

TORONTO – There is no respite for the beleaguered. Despite all the commotion surrounding the doctrine of human rights for all and privileges to none, the animal instinct to harass, weaken and ultimately bring down prey singled out as vulnerable inexorably wins out. This is a truism applicable in politics as it is in life. Hence the caution to ‘cover your tracks’, in rather pedestrian language, do not bend over in a communal shower.