Will Canada become an extension of Islamic EU and beyond?
By Richard Courtemanche
Dear Minister (John) McCallum,
(Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship)
You have been in politics for a long time. I trust you are a strong Canadian and very fond of our democracy and values, as most Canadians do.
You’re about to go to work to bring in 25,000 of the millions refugees(?) chaotically invading the EU. First, and although you must be well briefed by our security authorities, I want to stress that these “refugees” cannot be screened, not before December … not ever.
The EU (European Union) is likely doomed … and it`s coming here.
As we should all understand what Islam has been up to, Canada hasn’t been immune to terrorism and radical ideologies as you know, and there could be significant threats emerging in a not-too-distant future. In spite of much advice by experts and prominent Muslim scholars, Western leaders have been unexplainably and shamefully pusillanimous by failing to take actions to stop an eventual caliphate. The EU is likely doomed and it`s coming here.
So, minister, will you be able to pick out the peacefully deserving “refugees” from the economic and possibly rambunctious, ungrateful and risky migrants? Some experts including Muslim elites have recommended a moratorium on Muslim immigration. Sounds drastic but certainly not inappropriate. It’s not the type of decision that Chamberlain would have made but Churchill could. After all, what better humanitarian deed by Canada than saving Christians from the massacre by Muslims. Otherwise, the whole endeavour is primarily a political exercise rather than genuine compassion. Unfortunately, I suspect that, like a loyal bureaucrat, you’re full speed ahead on quantity versus quality.
Compare to other nations, our financial and other benefits for immigrants and refugees have been excessively generous, not to mention incessant abuse and fraud which continue to be condoned by our financial Samaritans, when our (own) homeless, and many veterans get a trifle, and our health-care and social and educational, and other resources are stretched beyond limits. Canadian taxpayers deserve more respect. …con’t HERE.