RCMP, CSIS support Trudeau’s plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees

The heads of Canada’s police and spy agencies are backing the Trudeau government’s plans to safely screen and bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the year.

A number of municipal and provincial politicians have called on the government to take longer to conduct security checks on the asylum seekers, but RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson and CSIS director Michel Coulombe insist the government’s plans are feasible.


Well then, they must have everything under control and will have no further need for additional funding or other resources to track Islamic threats.

  • Exile1981

    Wow political toddies saying exactly what there boss wants them to say… I’m shocked -sarc

    • It only proves, even among the cops, fools are a dime a dozen.

    • Justin St.Denis

      RCMP actually means it. CSIS is playing to the cameras knowing full well that Liberals are dangerously psychotic these days.

      • Alex

        I hope you’re right. RCMP have proven themselves untrustworthy (High River gun grab, putting their name on that terrorist handbook) – but CSIS? If we can’t depend on them to recognize the danger of Islam, then we are well and truly f*cked.

        • Waffle

          Everybody has their price. The Horsemen sold out a long, long time ago — I think it was just after Brian came along and had trained investigators playing guard duty to foreign diplomats (circa 1984). A lot of really good guys took their pensions and left. It seem we were left with the drek that had not reached pensionable age yet. Then there was the infamous pepper spray incident at the AIPAC conference in Vancouver, when they pepper sprayed protesting students while M. Chretien sprinkled it on his steak.

          It’s all about the money, honey!

        • P_F

          I think during the past few years CSIS has been infiltrated too, diversity quota has taken it’s toll.
          There’s a large number of mohammedans & other coloured people with sinister plannings & agends working for CSIS & CBSA.

          • lolwut?

            Very likely,. Sikhs have taken over much of the RCMP and Vancouver police gang squads.

            I see them all the time on Granville street (Vancouver’s version of Yonge st) and Yaletown, a part of town where Ferraris, Lamborghini and Luxury SuV’s are a common sight. Pretty much half the gangs squad members I see there are Asian or Indian.

            Which explains perfectly how and why Indian and Asian gangsters operate here openly and get away with shootings using their own vehicles and arrests are virtually non-existent.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Perfect example of do as I say or find another job.

  • Hard Little Machine


    • Justin St.Denis

      Please tell me those are the sounds from the Trudeaus bedroom as Achmed does his Muzzie thing with them. 😉

  • Alex

    Security questions aside, we’re not allowed to ask the obvious – how does bringing these people benefits the country in general? It’s presumably a net benefit to the “refugees” themselves, but to Canadian citizens?

    I had this vague notion that the Canadian government was elected to serve the interests of Canadians, not non-Canadians: silly me.

    • lolwut?

      25.000 new Liberal voters.

    • It doesn’t, Islam destroys civilization.

  • According to U.S. pundits on the news the other day (I think it was CBS) the U.S. normally requires at least TWO YEARS to vet refugees and asylum seekers. The Americans don’t even allow them on their soil until they have spent at least two years overseas in the refugee camps. And that was just for regular refugees, when there was no fear of possible infiltration from Islamic Jihadists. (Having worked with refugees in the past I am witness to the fact that I never remember any of them being granted entrance to Canada until at least two years as well).

    So how the hell do the idiots at CSIS and RCMP expect to fully vet 25,000 refugees in a matter of weeks? The U.S. has never done it before, and Canada hasn’t either. Is there a new magic formula? Have Canadian spy agencies suddenly developed special mind-reading equipment to instantaneously screen refugees? If so then we better share this magical technology with the Yanks — I don’t think they’ve heard of it yet!

    • Justin St.Denis

      The RCMP is completely and totally USELESS and has been for a long, long time. CSIS – I know several people employed in senior positions there – will “play along” with JT while acknowledging between and among themselves that ShinyPony is as stupid as they come and should be EFFECTIVELY ignored but apparently respected. CSIS is very good at playing this game. If CSIS holds true to its mandate, it might move to remove JT from the picture in some manner. Canadian PMs have not, traditionally, employed food tasters, for example. That spells opportunity to patriotic Canadians. You following me?

      • lolwut?

        Trulanders narcissism will make him a difficult person who protect.

        I’m sure he’ll be wading into lots of crowds of adoring fans for selfies
        despite the objections of the people assigned to protect him.

        • k

          Justin has a HUGE think tank behind him…that…can be convinced to move in safer directions…
          might be interesting to see what people line-up to get to Canada though

    • Minicapt

      I think it is more likely that, if the US orgs process the ‘refugees’ IAW their rules, it would take up to two years to complete the process. As with Canada, they probably don’t.


  • Glenfilthie

    What are their motivations for supporting this idiocy? Job security? What do they expect these ignorant, illiterate mudflaps to do when they get here? What jobs can they fill? Tim Hortons? Dare I say it….law enforcement?

  • andycanuck

    Oddly enough me dictionary doesn’t have “enthusiastic support” and “feasible” as synonyms.

  • Ali

    The RCMP and CSIS support the refugees because the know Islam is the only religion of peace!

    • David Murrell

      …and besides terrorist refugees give the two organizations more work to do.

    • lolwut?

      More funding and more powers.

      This clears up who’s side they are on.
      I’m glad they announced this. Now we know for sure.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Hopefully, Trump will have JT taken out when he is POTUS – quietly, without fanfare or connections. I have written a letter to Trump proposing same, as the USA does NOT NEED a muslim terrorism supporting government just North of it, and the Liberals SUPPORT ISLAMIC TERRORISM, which is obvious to all but those who voted for these traitorous arseholes.

  • Xavier

    Have you Canadians decided what you’re going to call the banlieues?

  • Edubeat

    3 American states have already banned any increase in Syrian refugees. But all of Canada’s brain dead politicians always play us for suckers.

  • simus1

    The sons of the desert now making themselves available seem like the ideal mentally unstable demographic that could be kept isolated from the native population for use in certain situations that might arise within rule by far left governments.
    Dependable, unquestioning, gulag concentration camp guards for example.

  • The Butterfly


  • Canadian Born

    Now how many refugees are Bob Paulson and Michel Coulombe taking into their home or neighbour hoods? These people along with Trudeau and Wynne should and will be held responsible if any Canadian born and raised here is harmed in anyway, right?