Immigration a Liberal Mental Disorder
Like Father, Like Son: How Immigration Shows the Trudeau Liberal Contempt for Canada and Canadians
“Family reunification”, is one of those phrases, an endless stock of which seems to be available to liberals of both the small and big L varieties, that are designed to sound nice and pleasing to the ear while concealing something rather nasty and vicious. “Family reunification” suggests the idea that in the processing of immigration applications, the government ought to give priority to those from would-be immigrants with close relatives already living in Canada. Few people, I think, would object to that idea, per se, and it is hardly new, having been part of government immigration policy in one form or another since the early twentieth century. It came into play especially after large conflicts like the World Wars in which we sent our young men to fight overseas, where many of them married “war brides” for whom an expedited immigration application process was then required.
Justin Trudeau is wrong: Diversity isn’t Canada’s strength
It’s one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s favourite turns of phrase: “Canada’s strength comes from our diversity.” In his official statement after the alleged terrorist attack in Edmonton he invoked it, and whether the occasion is celebratory, tragic or anything in between, he never misses an opportunity to say that diversity is our strength. He’s made it his brand identity, because the line’s a political winner.
But it misses something about what makes our society strong, and what Islamist-inspired terrorists, fascists on the right and so-called anti-fascists on the left all seek to destroy.
White South Africans denied refugee status in Canada
A white South African family has seen their refugee claim in Canada denied.
Eric and Sonia Endre were farmers in South Africa and had been visiting relatives in Canada in April 2016 accompanied by their two children, and two grandparents.
Ten days later they made a refugee claim in which they referenced a number of violent thefts and threatening incidents in their home country. Their claim was based on allegations that because they were white, they were being targetted by the black majority.
That claim was denied by Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) which ruled that race was not an issue and it seemed likely they were chosen randomly and the thefts and attempts to steal were motivated by economic conditions and not race.
Yelling ‘I hate white people’ and punching one isn’t a hate crime, Canadian judge rules
Tamara Crowchief may have yelled “I hate white people” as she carried out a violent assault on a white person, but that doesn’t mean her attack was racially motivated, a Canadian judge has ruled.
The attack occurred outside a pub in Calgary, Canada, on Nov. 1, according to the Calgary Herald. Crowchief’s victim, identified as Lydia White, lost a tooth in the assault, the paper reported.
Prosecutor Karuna Ramakrishnan had tried to put Crowchief behind bars for 12 to 15 months by arguing that the indigenous woman’s “unprovoked” actions represented a hate crime, the paper reported. But Judge Harry Van Harten of the provincial court strongly disagreed.
6 reasons why Muslims love Canada’s Justin Trudeau
It’s no secret that Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, is a people’s person, and Muslims know that firsthand.
With Islamophobes rising to power and spreading hate in the West, it’s always refreshing to see a leader supporting Muslims and making them feel welcome, rather than collectively blaming them for the acts committed by radicalized terrorists.
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