Syrian Refugees Say They Got Better Help In Lebanon & Jordan & Want To Go Back – Way To Go PM Useful Idiot!

Syrians feel ‘hopeless’ as government-sponsored refugees in Toronto, mother says

Some government-sponsored Syrian refugees staying at a budget hotel in Toronto say they feel like they’re “trapped in a prison” without hope due to a lack of communication, supplies and assistance.

Virginia Johnson, one of two volunteers working at the hotel, joined CBC Radio’s Metro Morning on Monday to speak to host Matt Galloway.

Johnson said the refugees have been at the hotel for weeks and have no idea when they will be able to leave. Some of the 85 government-sponsored refugees say they’re not getting much help, and would rather go back to their refugee camps in Jordan and Lebanon.


Wow! Here 11 days and she wants a house already!

“We were told that when we arrived to the hotel that we would only be staying for three to four days maximum. However, things have been changed and we’ve been here for 10 to 11 days, and we’ve been told it could be even longer. The problem is that we have kids and we would rather be outside in a settled house than sitting at a hotel,” Abu-Rukti said.

Well, we should be accommodating  and send them home on the next available flight.  h/t Blogwrath

  • Martin B

    “The problem is that we have kids and we would rather be outside in a settled house than sitting at a hotel”

    A lot of Canadians wish they could afford to sit around at a hotel all day.

    “…but as citizens of this country, we are responsible to also be part of that process, and it’s a global citizenship issue”

    We are in no way responsible for this pack of parasites that Turdeau dumped on our country, and there’s no such thing as global citizenship.

    • I love how the virtue signalling class assumes we should pay for their folly.

      • El Martyachi

        It’s been working fine so far.

    • I could hardly believe this statement: “It is the government’s problem — but I don’t think we blame the government for this. They wanted to bring people here, to get them out of harm’s way as quickly as possible.”

      In the name of F**K, these people were already out of harm’s way — they were safe and sound in camps in Jordan and Lebanon. And now McCallum wants private sponsors to take the Government-sponsored refugees (who shouldn’t be here anyway, and don’t want to be here — the Gov actually had to SOLICIT them to come so Turdbrain could meet his quota). The answer should be NO! from private sponsors. Private sponsors should pool their efforts to help Yazidis and other minorities who are actually “in harms way” and being slaughtered.

    • Exile1981

      Well with hotel made service it’s really hard to set up a bomb factory in your hotel room. If you have a house it’s much easier to build bombs…. or as Trudeau calls them “Islamic debate devices”

  • ontario john

    Gee, it must be tough living at the Park Plaza Hotel with limited room service, and poor dental care. And what about that poor selection of clothes and toys groups brought for them. And what about the Peterborough mosque, and what about Cecil the Lion.

  • Ed

    Stupid idiots don’t realize they’ve completed their task… serving as props in Justin’s groovy life drama. Maybe Sophie could be persuaded to sing them a song?

  • The Butterfly

    Parasites be parasitising.

    • I have not seen a single positive comment at the article.

  • The Butterfly

    Quick, someone give them snowboard lessons so they can cope with our Canadian way of life!

    • Clink9

      Noooooooooooo! Stay off our hills you Yetis!

    • NSA social media content farm

      they’re too lazy for that

  • Oracle9

    Boy Scout Trudeau will help the old lady across the street whether she wants to go or not! Apologies to the Scouts.

  • Yo Mama

    BCF please stop posting that extremely incorrect graphic.

    There is nothing “useful” about that idiot Trudeau!

  • mauser 98

    they are tourists .. put them in the Four Seasons

    CBC fair unbiased coverage of Fearless Leader in Davos
    grueling hours, asking the tough questions^tfw

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Send them to the nearest reserve.

  • FactsWillOut

    Sen’d em to Mecca, Slim Pickens style.

    • Clink9

      Actual LOL, sorry Mamba.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Message to these refugees: Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

  • Blind Druid

    I got this one past the mods at CBC. Nothing non- pc. “We feel like we’re just trapped in a prison.” Translation: “Where’s our nice house? Plus we don’t like our first Canadian Winter”.

    • Clink9

      Sounds like a Monty Python movie.

      • blehblehbleh

        They just need a comfy chair and some soft cushions

  • Gareth

    On the bright side, their whining and sense of entitlement demonstrates they are rapidly integrating.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      No, that’s their default setting.

      • V10_Rob

        Guess that explains the left’s inexplicable infatuation with them.

  • kkruger71

    I’ve noticed a massive drop to almost zero posts on Facebook about how wonderful it is we’re bringing these people over, how great Trudeau is for doing this, etc since the New Years attacks became news. I sense many of the vocal supporters of this massive “refugee” push are feeling a bit sheepish at this point and keeping their heads down now that they realize they were wrong. Hope these people keep whining about how bad they have it, every story like this that comes out seems to have the opposite effect they are looking for as far as public perception goes.

    • mobuyus

      That’s all true and it will only make the hard-core nitwits double down on their smug self serving preen of do-gooderism. The sheep have been trying to shoo away the guard dog at the behest of their new “friends” the wolves, who’ve promised inclusivity peace and fun.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I think maybe it’s also a case of the election cheques for posting online have dried up.
      As an aside their was a Sun newspaper article a couple of weeks ago listing the three treaties the boy wonder would have to break to legalize dope.
      Not a lot of froth over that one.

      • kkruger71

        Well, for my newsfeed it is a matter of them shutting up about it for some personal reason. I know these people personally and they weren’t on the payroll. I do imagine that what you are talking about has had some impact on the “trending” feed, though I have my doubts how much of that is true and not selected content too.

    • blehblehbleh

      Problem is they were probably coached somewhat from their immigration agency handlers and will likely get the houses they demand.

      Stay tuned for landlords to start evicting people so they can offer up their properties at double or even triple the rate they are charging now.

      The flood of ESL students into Vancouver caused the same thing starting in the 90’s.

  • Brian Jones

    Good. Send the little twerps back and tell them to tell all their idiot friends how much it sucks here. Norman’s got it right: don’t let the door hit their asses on the way out.

  • Dave In Guelph

    Welcome to Canada fuck-wits! Stop your kvetching already and go shovel some poor seniors driveway.

  • I dunno, if they were actually in refugee camps, they were probably refugees. Nobody lives in those places because it’s “fun to be a leech”. Screening is a different issue and Trudeau isn’t releasing the information for another 300 days (although the law says 30 days max). The Libs are obviously hiding something.

    Meanwhile, Yazidis and other minorities are being slaughtered — Trudeau refuses to give them preference. Actually at this point I’m glad he’s not giving them preference — it’s obvious his government program was a disaster from the get-go. Hopefully private sponsors will find a way to help Yazidis and others. Trudeau may have the blood of genocide on his hands because he didn’t listen from the beginning — Harper knew what he was talking about.

    • k1962

      Especially when Harper stated that Trudeau doesn’t know what HE’S talking about. I’ll never forget that. And Harper was right, as usual.

    • kkruger71

      These camps can not be that bad if these people are wanting to go back to them after just a couple weeks in a Canadian hotel, so the fact that they were there in no way proves they were refugees. On a certain level it reminds me of the “squeegee kids” I knew in Toronto in the mid-90s. They were always complaining they were where they were because no-one would give them a chance, were begging because they couldn’t get jobs, etc. However when I offered them the chance to come to work with me and get paid that day, to a person they turned the offer down, mostly on the argument that they didn’t want to get up at 6 a.m.

      • When I worked in U.N. camps (30 yrs ago) people were dying all the time, probably more comfortable today in comparison.

        I remember coming to the camp gate one day and seeing brand new empty coffins lined up against the fence. Asked the guard why they were there — “have more people died?”. “No, we are building coffins in advance to keep up with people dying”. Instead of spending the money on medical care they just let people die. Our volunteer medical team was refused entry by the U.N. because we were “Christian”, so we rented a house in the local village to set up a clinic — people had to sneak out of the camp to get medical help. We also found out through an internal UN document that they were spending four times the amount of aid per capita on the Salvadoran refugees (Marxist guerrillas) than they were on the Nicaraguans (who had escaped Marxism). The Marxists not only got medical clinics, but they got things like carpentry shops, schools, etc.

        I’m sure the U.N. camps are more comfortable today, but the politics are the same. Groups like the Yazidi Christians other minorities will likely have to fend for themselves.

        • kkruger71

          Been saying since the start that most of those that truly need help are not the ones that managed to cross over half a continent, but the ones left behind. My guess is most of those in the camps and those we are bringing over are not refugees so much as migrants looking to jump the queue or that know they wouldn’t qualify to emigrate.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        These camps must let them shit in the showers.

      • blehblehbleh

        Did the same thing at the occupy Wall Street protests in Vancouver, went with a couple guys offering jobs to students holding signs whining about no work. Only 1 out of at least 30 showed up and he lasted less then 3 days and was back at the protest with his sign.

  • k1962

    Such an entitled group of “refugees”.

  • Send them to Saudi Arabia.

    I’m sure they would love to have them.

    • Blind Druid

      KSA won’t take them. But they have offered to built 300 mosques in Germany.

      • TS.

        Put these wastrels on a plane to the nearest Islamist state and threaten to shoot it down if it turns back.

      • Kathy Prendergast

        They should just all be taken to Saudi Arabia whether they’re wanted there or not. That’s where the whole problem started, after all. They’ve got plenty of room and plenty of money.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Send them up north to Nunavut with a few shovels and instructions about how to build an igloo.

  • blehblehbleh

    Maybe Trudeau’s wife can send them some iced tea.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Maybe she can sing to them all? That would have the desired and positive effect of getting them to return to Syria and Lebanon and Jordan, etc.