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soulchaser
08-15-2017, 11:22 PM
Illegal Refugees Complain About Housing In Montreal

DAVID KRAYDEN
Contributor
11:53 AM 08/14/2017

After being bussed into sanctuary city Montreal after illegally crossing the Canada-U.S. border, illegal refugees are now complaining about lack of housing there.

The illegals are provided with a tent upon entering Quebec from New York state and are then sent to Montreal’s Olympic Stadium or another temporary refuge, like a hotel or even a former convent.

But the illegal migrants say they don’t like being moved around so much and are looking for accommodation in Canada’s second-largest city. Ahmed Iftikhar told The Canadian Press that he has been in three temporary shelters since he and his wife and four children marched illegally across the border.

Not only are the asylum-seekers provided access to all municipal services in Montreal but they begin picking up their social assistance check within days of arriving in Canada — and are expected to spend some of it on room and board.


Thousands of the migrants — mostly originally from Haiti but arriving from the U.S. — continue to stampede across the border every week, claiming their alleged refugee status is grounded in a belief that President Donald Trump will have them deported.

Iftikhar, who was provided with a city transit pass and even a number of apartments to investigate, says he can’t find a place large enough for his family.

“There is nobody to help,” he told The Canadian Press. “I want to leave here but I don’t know what to do.”

Another illegal, who wished to remain anonymous, said it would be easier to get settled into Quebec if he had a cellular phone and a lawyer to help settle his refugee claim because “$600 or $700 isn’t a lot to eat with or to sleep with.”

Almost 2,000 illegals arrived in the first week of August alone and the numbers are increasing. The reason for that, Haitian Marie-Junie Joseph says, is Canada’s perceived open-door refugee policy.

“I came because the door is open here, because I heard Canada is open to immigrants.”

http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/14/illegal-refugees-complain-about-housing-in-montreal/?utm_source=site-share

soulchaser
08-15-2017, 11:23 PM
Well wadda you know.

I guess beggars can be choosers.

soulchaser
08-15-2017, 11:24 PM
“I came because the door is open here, because I heard Canada is open to immigrants.”

We are.

Immigrants who follow the rules to come here and actually contribute to society.

Not illegal leeches like you.

Waterloomike
08-16-2017, 01:24 AM
Clinton's stole the money from that Haiti charity. Go stay with them.

joe6167
08-16-2017, 03:38 AM
Clinton's stole the money from that Haiti charity. Go stay with them.

They will be in the neighborhood soon, at a luxury resort...

BrotherRockeye
08-16-2017, 04:01 AM
Can't really blame them...what with being surrounded by Habs fans and all... :p

Doug_M
08-16-2017, 05:23 AM
“I came because the door is open here, because I heard Canada is open to immigrants.”

http://calgaryherald.com/opinion/columnists/corbella-trudeau-has-erased-our-border-with-one-simple-tweet

Corbella: Trudeau has erased our border with one simple tweet

Published on: August 15, 2017 | Last Updated: August 15, 2017 6:03 AM MDT

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has, in essence, erased our southern border and torn up Canada’s immigration laws.

The results of Trudeau’s reckless actions are now well known. A flood of people — who are not refugees by Canada’s own definition — are walking across the world’s longest undefended border — and claiming refugee status.

According to the Government of Canada’s website, a refugee claim may not be legitimate if, among other things, the person “arrived via the Canada-United States border.”

The Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the U.S. requires that refugee claimants “request refugee protection in the first safe country they arrive in.” As these refugees from various countries had already landed in the U.S., their claims should have been made there. But that law is being broken every day.

In January, U.S. President Donald Trump, in his typically chaotic way, closed the U.S. for 90 days to travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries. As bedlam occurred at airports around the world, Trudeau took to Twitter and essentially changed Canadian policy.

“To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength. #WelcometoCanada,” wrote Trudeau. That tweet went viral and Canada’s immigration system has caught a nasty flu as a result.

It’s true that Canada is a welcoming country and diversity has made us the envy of the world, but when such a tweet is sent by the leader of a country, it holds the weight of policy for those fleeing persecution.

Words have consequences: People began surreptitiously crossing into Canada in the winter, with one man losing all of his fingers to frostbite as a result.

The U.S. recently announced that some 50,000 Haitians who have been sheltered there since the 2010 earthquake might not have their temporary protection status renewed. Consequently, a new wave of people began crossing the border — anywhere from 100 to 400 per day. So many are coming that tents have been set up at non-official border crossings to process these people and many are being housed in Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. All of these unplanned refugees have caused processing times to balloon to an 11-year wait in Canada.

We have deep compassion for those seeking a better life, and in a perfect world of unlimited resources we would let them all in. But Haitians streaming over our border do not face persecution if they had to return to Haiti.

What Trudeau’s reckless tweet has caused is untold suffering. People living by our rules are stuck in immigration limbo. A Calgary woman has been trying to get her husband to Canada from Vietnam for seven years now. The scrutiny they face is intense. And yet, thousands of people are just walking over the border at the invitation of Trudeau.

This policy-by-tweet is painted as compassion by Trudeau’s fans and a fawning media when in fact it is cruelty. Many of those people — as they sit in an 11-year holding pattern to find out their fate — will not be granted refugee status. In the meantime, real prospective immigrants — are being told their wait for immigration papers to be handled has increased to up to seven years owing to the Trudeau-caused backlog. Many will simply give up and apply elsewhere.

So, as Trudeau erases our border he also rubs out the potential of many individuals’ lives and benefit to Canada from attracting top immigrants. It’s past time for Trudeau to re-establish our rule of law and our border.

Licia Corbella is a columnist for the Calgary Herald.

FallisCowboy
08-16-2017, 07:32 AM
Well, that certainly didn't take long, for the complaining to start. Maybe it's time to start defending our border? Round them all up and ship them back to Haiti, easy to do. Just herd them into a cargo ship and sail them back home. Remembering the now so prophetic words of Stephen Harper....."He's just not ready".

Waterloomike
08-16-2017, 07:46 AM
Well, that certainly didn't take long, for the complaining to start. Maybe it's time to start defending our border? Round them all up and ship them back to Haiti, easy to do. Just herd them into a cargo ship and sail them back home. Remembering the now so prophetic words of Stephen Harper....."He's just not ready".

It may not be so easy. Many of them speak French. The government loves that. It's creole really, but it will be close enough.

sltoronto
08-16-2017, 07:49 AM
If Canada is (or claimed to be) a Socialist country - why the socialism's main motto - "One who doesn't work doesn't eat" is not being followed?

Waterloomike
08-16-2017, 07:58 AM
If Canada is (or claimed to be) a Socialist country - why the socialism's main motto - "One who doesn't work doesn't eat" is not being followed?

Because there's still a pretense that the state doesn't own the means of production. And it's only pretense because they let us pay for it, hold title etc., but they control every move.

They've found the real trick and we swallowed the bait hook, line and sinker.

Doug_M
08-16-2017, 01:37 PM
**I'm a foulmouthed bigot**

GTFO of Canada.

Yeah, and those dirty Jews too, eh Ernst.

mister donut
08-16-2017, 02:34 PM
Yeah, and those dirty Jews too, eh Ernst.

No problems with Jews.

This is old news but it's not exactly ancient history either. This particular group claimed refugee status in our country. They cited that they were being persecuted in their country of origin, being suspected of thieves....

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/09/05/durham-cops-bust-roma-crime-ring


Investigators have smashed a massive international crime ring centred around a Gypsy cell that recruited people to come to Ontario from Romania, according to Durham Regional Police.

Police arrested 34 people and laid 263 charges in the largest investigation of its kind in Durham Region.

“This has ballooned from one family. The ring would recruit to Canada and they would claim refugee status,” said Det.-Sgt. Cathy Bawden.

In the fall of 2011, two officers in Oshawa noticed criminals were committing distraction-style thefts and frauds.

Thieves would target jewelry stores, convenience outlets and even senior citizens, said police.

As one person distracted victims, while their cohorts would steal valuables and leave the scene. Men, women and their children took part, tucking stolen items inside long skirts which had inside panel compartments.

The Gypsy cell enlisted people from Romania for the crime ring and investigators have identified more than 400 people who were associated with the criminal organization.

“They are brought over for a better life but there is a price to pay on arrival,” added Bawden.

Once in Canada, the newcomers would apply for social assistance, mostly in Toronto.

Investigators are working with different levels of government to identify any fraudulent use of social services.

With the aid of identities provided by police, however, Toronto social services officials have calculated the individuals have received more than $2 million from various programs since January 2012.

Investigators have seized $85,000 in cash and stolen merchandise and identified more than $1 million in suspicious wire transactions to foreign locations.

The investigation focused on a family living in Pickering and an associate in Toronto.

Police don’t know how many people were victimized by the crime ring.

Durham investigators were assisted by the Canadian Border Services Agency, the RCMP, Toronto Police, OPP, FBI, Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Interpol and other police agencies.

Those arrested include Dinarca Caldaras, 38, formerly of Denby Dr., Pickering, who is charged with instructing commission of an offence for a criminal organization, credit card theft, fraud, and other offences.

Province-wide arrest warrants have been issued for her husband, Ovidiu Caldaras, 42, and her son, Robert, 20. Investigators believe both have fled to Germany.

They’re wanted on charges of participating in a criminal organization and other offences.

Claudiu Unguru, 37, of Toronto, is charged with participating in a criminal organization, identity theft, fraud and other crimes.p.

Now we have a new wave of country shoppers with other issues:

http://www.gunownersofcanada.ca/showthread.php?41721-quot-Multiple-quot-illegal-Hatian-border-crossers-found-in-possession-of-child-pornography

Swampdonkey
08-16-2017, 03:17 PM
Yeah, and those dirty Jews too, eh Ernst.

I think modern people forget the context of anti-semitism. Jews were distinct in an otherwise homogenous society. They were migrants without loyalty to king, church, country. They migrated when the rest stayed, fought, died. They profited without loyalty.

Nowadays that sounds well and normal, but in feudal societies that made them untrustworthy and morally deplete.

We consider it absurd to hate Jews, at times western society has hated the Irish, Indians, Communists, Catholics, Muslims, Negroes, Homosexuals, Gypsies, Freemasons, Monarchists, et cetera, and there were real concerns and conflicts that were acted out and are still developing.

sltoronto
08-16-2017, 03:22 PM
Romas in general are persecuted minority in many European (and Asian) countries, it's a well established fact... ...as they were persecuted by the Nazis ...
the point that there are Roma gangs and criminals, as there in Eurasia as among those who immigrated here one way or another, will hold for every other ethnic group on Canadian (or any other) soil ...

gunner065
08-16-2017, 04:04 PM
I've been to Haiti after the earthquake in 2010. There were tremors while we were there. The place is a shiete hole. If they don't like it in Quebec, send them back to Haiti. They will sing an entirely different tune.

M1917 Enfield
08-17-2017, 04:10 AM
Illegal Refugees Complain About Housing In Montreal

DAVID KRAYDEN
Contributor
11:53 AM 08/14/2017

After being bussed into sanctuary city Montreal after illegally crossing the Canada-U.S. border, illegal refugees are now complaining about lack of housing there.

The illegals are provided with a tent upon entering Quebec from New York state and are then sent to Montreal’s Olympic Stadium or another temporary refuge, like a hotel or even a former convent.

But the illegal migrants say they don’t like being moved around so much and are looking for accommodation in Canada’s second-largest city. Ahmed Iftikhar told The Canadian Press that he has been in three temporary shelters since he and his wife and four children marched illegally across the border.

Not only are the asylum-seekers provided access to all municipal services in Montreal but they begin picking up their social assistance check within days of arriving in Canada — and are expected to spend some of it on room and board.


Thousands of the migrants — mostly originally from Haiti but arriving from the U.S. — continue to stampede across the border every week, claiming their alleged refugee status is grounded in a belief that President Donald Trump will have them deported.

Iftikhar, who was provided with a city transit pass and even a number of apartments to investigate, says he can’t find a place large enough for his family.

“There is nobody to help,” he told The Canadian Press. “I want to leave here but I don’t know what to do.”

Another illegal, who wished to remain anonymous, said it would be easier to get settled into Quebec if he had a cellular phone and a lawyer to help settle his refugee claim because “$600 or $700 isn’t a lot to eat with or to sleep with.”

Almost 2,000 illegals arrived in the first week of August alone and the numbers are increasing. The reason for that, Haitian Marie-Junie Joseph says, is Canada’s perceived open-door refugee policy.

“I came because the door is open here, because I heard Canada is open to immigrants.”

http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/14/illegal-refugees-complain-about-housing-in-montreal/?utm_source=site-share

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joe6167
08-17-2017, 02:17 PM
Another illegal, who wished to remain anonymous, said it would be easier to get settled into Quebec if he had a cellular phone and a lawyer to help settle his refugee claim because “$600 or $700 isn’t a lot to eat with or to sleep with.”

But won't the vast majority of these "refugee" claims FAIL once they get through the process (in 11 years)?