After rioting to get into Germany, why not be allowed in Canada?
Just days after Canada elected a new prime minister, word of his plans to take in more Syrian refugees had already reached about 40 Syrians frustrated at being sheltered in a Hamburg gymnasium.
“How many are they taking?” one of them asked, pulling at his donated jacket against the rain. “Would Canada take us?”
Not likely. The 25,000 Justin Trudeau has promised to bring to Canada by the end of the year will likely come directly from the Middle East. These would be documented refugees already registered with the UN, and not from among those now on European soil.
And proof that he would not allow these “refugees” is what exactly?