From the Star – Quebec provides a warning that Scheer should be careful about making immigration a campaign theme
We’ve seen enough of the Milk Man’s style to know there is no chance of immigration becoming anything more than than the usual vote buying scam. The CPC, LPC and NDP are no different on immigration, they may disagree on the means i.e Trudeau’s Open Borders scandal but in the end they all favour the same thing – continued mass immigration. And they are not picky about where the bodies come from. The CPC talked out of both sides of its mouth and were happy to facilitate a mass influx from Islamist states during their tenure, reaching a peak of 25% of the total annual intake.
Mass Immigration buys ethnic voting blocs and that is why no federal leader has the guts to say NO. Maxime Bernier has mentioned the Elephant in the room of bad immigration policy – Islam. No other leader will discuss the reality of Islam’s incompatibility with Western democracy. Instead we are fed propaganda, propaganda that is designed to humiliate and demonize anyone who dissents and points to the inconvenient truth about Islam, an inconvenient truth that is played out daily world wide wherever large numbers of Islamists have been allowed to settle. Islam is a violent supremacist cult, it does not “Do” integration.
To his credit Bernier also declared that immigration policy must serve the interests of Canadian citizens. That seems like common sense, just don’t expect it from any of the mainstream parties.
We are well on our way to becoming Sweden and it may already be too late to arrest the rot.
Some rich foreigners seeking Canadian residency under a special Quebec program for wealthy investors couldn’t point to the province on a map, while others submitted fake documents or disguised their assets — yet many of them were still accepted for immigration, former civil servants say.
The officials, charged with administering the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP), say they were sometimes pressured into ignoring signs that applicants’ fortunes were founded on corruption or other ill-gotten gains.
Heron Gate mass eviction: ‘We never expected this in Canada’
Ottawa, Canada – Binto Mohamed hasn’t had a good night’s sleep since May. That’s when she received a letter telling her that her family of 10 had until September 30 to find a new home.
“There’s a piece of me missing, because of the stress,” she says, standing in the middle of her dimly-lit kitchen, the air thick and sticky in the overpowering August heat.
Mohamed, a mother of eight, knows her house is far from perfect.
The kitchen sink is about half full of dirty, brownish water; the drain hasn’t worked for the past year, and despite putting in a request to have it repaired five months ago, it’s still blocked.
I missed this story when it appeared in August. Funny that our MSM has not covered this diversity.
A Toronto man ordered out of Canada for being a member of the notorious crime gang MS-13 has won a reprieve — with a judge accepting that his MS-13 gang tattoos could lead people to think he is a member of MS-13.
The decision to grant René Pacheco another hearing to assess the danger of deporting him to his native El Salvador means the same tattoos that prompted his deportation order have now saved him from immediate deportation.
Assaults on ICE agents reached a decade high in 2017, and assaults on Border Patrol agents have also surged in recent years, according to new government numbers that seem to back up agents’ claims that illegal immigrants are increasingly looking to fight rather than flee.
The new numbers, reported by Homeland Security’s inspector general, could even be underselling the problem, investigators said, because the government doesn’t do a good job of tracking incidents, and agents and officers don’t always report them properly.
Abdoul Abdi had one advantage over Kevin Pinder.
He had an advocate, a tough lawyer who went to bat for him, and even two groups, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Justice for Children and Youth, who were granted intervener status in Abdi’s most recent court case.
A study from the University of Basel has concluded that while immigration may have short-term economic benefits for Western nations, in the long term it could heavily strain a country’s welfare system.
Earlier this week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced another massive enforcement operation resulting in hundreds of immigrant arrests.
The 30-day operation took place in several midwestern states and rounded up immigrants who had prior criminal convictions. Those convictions included child sexual exploitation, rape, attempted murder, assault, burglary, and drug trafficking.
On the morning of October 17, 2012, Canadian border agents began their raids simultaneously, targeting offices in downtown Vancouver and nearby Richmond, as well as a large house on a busy arterial road.
They seized 90 crates of documents and 18 computers, stacks of supposedly “lost” Chinese passports, even a handful of red rubber stamps. There was so much evidence it would take more than a year to translate and organise.
The vast haul, seized from unlicensed immigration consultant Xun “Sunny” Wang, would send shock waves through the lucrative arena of millionaire migration, and in 2015 sent Wang to prison, for scams that had earned him C$10 million (US$7.6million). Sentenced to seven years’ jail, Wang was paroled late last year, having served a third of his time.
If you’re cool with Americans being butchered by illegal aliens, this November you should vote Democrat. They’re certainly cool with Americans being butchered by illegal aliens. Oh, in theory they would probably prefer that the foreigners sneaking into our country in defiance of the laws we American citizens made through our elected representatives would stop butchering Americans. They don’t particularly want your kids to be butchered. They just want uncontrolled illegal immigration more than your kids’ safety. So, they’ve made a choice to be the party of illegal immigration. And the resulting body count is a price Democrats are willing to pay to replace an electorate of Normal Americans who refuse to obey.
The planks of the Conservative’s principles are to encourage immigrants to become self-sufficient, prioritize the most vulnerable when it comes to humanitarian immigration, and match the skills of economic migrants with industries that need workers in Canada.
The Conservative Party released what it’s calling a “fair, orderly and compassionate” vision for Canada’s immigration plan, amidst a tense, national debate on the issue.
Critic Michelle Rempel and her colleague Gerard Deltell outlined how their party would handle the immigration file in Ottawa Wednesday morning, making it clear immigration will be a key election campaign issue in 2019.
“We need to bring it back to policy,” said Rempel, who argued the Liberal government “has treated setting the number of immigrants allowed into Canada like an auction,” and without ensuring they can work in Canada.
Pretty light on details…
OTTAWA — Canadians have been dubious for decades about the merits of increasing levels of immigration, but a new report also suggests growing opposition to immigration over the past few years.
The report from the Angus Reid Institute analyzes polling data going back to 1975 to show that, throughout that period, a relatively constant number of Canadians — around one in four — have always said they think immigration levels should be decreased, while support for keeping levels the same has tended to be slightly higher. Only about 10 per cent of Canadians have supported increasing the levels during that time.
Ex-Uber driver hiding in Quebec faces extradition to California on rape charge
MONTREAL—U.S. authorities are seeking to extradite a former Uber driver from San Francisco who was being investigated on rape charges before vanishing and then emerging in Montreal earlier this summer.
Court documents filed last month in Montreal say Mohamed Ben Azaza is wanted in California after failing to show up for a meeting in early March with detectives investigating the case.
Karrar Noaman al Khammasi, 31, was supposed to be deported in 2016. He came to the U.S. from Iraq in 2012 and proceeded to have at least nine encounters with police, including drunk driving, trespassing, assault, extortion and illegal possession of a firearm. He was in ICE custody and a judge ordered his removal from the country on June 13, 2016.
Saudi man fears being separated from family as deportation looms
Omar and his family entered Canada at the Roxham Road crossing, which has become a busy point of entry for asylums seekers