Number of violent criminals coming to Canada from Mexico increasing: Report

The Liberal government’s decision to remove the visa needed for visitors to Canada from Mexico is making it easier for criminals to enter the country.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Canada will very soon come to regret the stance with not demanding visas for Mexicans.

    • The Butterfly

      Soon the only people who will require visas to be in Canada will be Canadians.

      • deplorabledave

        Especially old white males.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      See, I thought they were already here working in the meat packing plants under the temporary workers program.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Lowering wages and standards of living for everyone.
        It’s who they are, it’s what they do!
        Next will be strains on schools, courts, and public services, followed by displacement of working class whites, and anyone else.

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      Many of already regret it and everything else our dimwitted PM has done.

  • A Hamilton Guy

    More voters for the lieberals.

  • Watchman

    Fake news:
    Asylum Seeker: “Why yes Mr immigration officer, I can explain the large ‘MS-13’ tattoo on my chest. It stands for ‘Mexican Survivor’ and my age when I survived.”
    Canadian Immigration Officer: “Justin Trudeau has instructed me to welcome you and any other ‘Mexican Survivors’ as bone fide refugees. We don’t want to trigger trauma memories by asking what you and the other MS-13 survivors all went through in Mexico all at 13 years old, so we’ll just say, ‘Welcome to Canada – treat this like home’.”

  • Dana Garcia

    Mexican criminals aren’t necessarily stupid — many recognize a soft touch when they see it, and Justin is their sort of guy.

    • shasta

      “Mexican criminals aren’t necessarily stupid”

      They are smarter than our PM.

      • Alain

        Who isn’t?

      • Dana Garcia

        It would seem so.

      • The Deplorable Rosenmops

        Not a very high bar.

  • ontario john

    They probably heard that they could get apologies and money from feminist Trudeau. This is an issue that won’t be covered in the tightly controlled media. The CBC program Power and Politics just apologized over the air waves for interviewing the leader of the Proud Boys yesterday. They admitted that they should have only interviewed a whiny indian, which they then did. Because here in fascist Canada, only the correct view points are allowed. And to prove that they are back on the straight and narrow, they interviewed Paul Martin who praised Justin Trudeau for being so wonderful.

  • David Murrell

    A good investigative reporter shout look into the links between the federal Liberals and organized crime. In this case, Mexican organized crime.

    • Alain

      Good luck in finding a good and honest investigative reporter with the MSM today.

  • canminuteman

    It’s not surprising. The murder rate in Mexico is 17 per 100,000, in Canada it is 1.5. The average Mexican is 11 times more likely to be a murderer that you average Canadian.

  • terrence22

    but, but, BUT, they are increasing our DIVERSITY, AND IT IS 2015

  • simus1

    Then if they bring in apprentice underage gangster killers to do all the “public interface hits” it doesn’t lead to overcrowding in the prisons, just the hiring of more social workers in group homes to hold their hands and tell them “good boy, you’re a goood boy, yes you are.”

  • andycanuck

    They’ve run out of journalists to kill thus explaining the drop from your 2012 figures to canminuteman’s 2016 stats.

  • dapto

    Good rot in hell Canada

    • Alain

      No thank you. Our radical leftist politicians and judges do not represent the majority of Canadians any more than your radical leftist Democrats do you. Now if you address that “rot in hell” to our present government, I applaud you. You could also include all those low-information voters on both sides of the border, and I would concur.

  • Wait until the no-go zones expand from neighbourhoods into cities and maybe provinces.

    Oh, yay …