North Korean defectors in GTA facing deportation… Meanwhile Maryam Monsef still has a job

North Korean defectors shared stories of poverty, persecution and torture on Saturday as they pleaded for a chance to remain in Canada. As many as 50 families in the Toronto area have received notices that their permanent resident applications may be revoked over claims they made when they reached Canada.

h/t DM

  • David_Martin

    Want to stay?
    How to Convert to Islam – The Testimony of Faith (Shahada)
    Becoming a Muslim is a simple and easy process. All that a person has to do is to say a sentence called the Testimony of Faith (Shahada), which is pronounced as:

    I testify “La ilaha illa Allah, Muhammad rasoolu Allah.”

    • Booga Wooga Wooga Booga!

      • Bla Bla

        ting tang walla walla bing bang!

        Oh wait, that’s for the calling the witch doctor!

      • Cat-astrophe

        You don’t have to testify, you are already in!

  • Cat-astrophe

    I would rather take a chance on every North Korean there is coming here, than another of Mohammad’s family.

  • ontario john

    So a muslim can lie about her country of origin, and get a cabinet position, but North Koreans get rejected because they went to South Korea first. They should have just showed up at the border and shouted alla snackbar.

    • David Murrell

      What you say here summarizes nicely the utterly atrocious “human rights” policies of the morally corrupt Liberal government.

    • Liberal Progressive

      How dare you say she lied. She is just following her religiously sanctioned right to taqqiya.


  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    I’m skeptical of their stories.
    In any event they are getting send back to SOUTH Korea, not North Korea.

    • Alain

      That may be, but like others they are still preferable to the hordes of Muslim invaders.

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        Yes, they are preferable to Muslims from Syria who are preferable to Somalis, but really, you don’t need any of them.
        They will do just fine in South Korea. Canada is better, sure, but how does Canada benefit from their presence?

        • Alain

          I agree with you on that point, but we have no alternative political party willing to put an end to our so-called immigration policy. We really do not need more people, but the option does not exist.

  • DMB

    Who does this North Korean defector think he is a Haitian migrant entering Canada from the U.S.!

    • ontario john

      Its a good thing we have a Somali immigration minister to bring the right people in. Because when you think quality people, you think Somalia.

  • Hard Little Machine

    GTA Pyongyang would be awesome

    • Observer

      I am sure it is in the Team Trudeau™ policy book.