Random Quotations – Immigration Issues – March 18th, 2017

Issues affecting Canada – four items in total…

“Illegal migrants crossing Canada’s borders are hopping off planes in New York and busing directly north, says the head of Canada’s border agents union… ‘People are leaving from different countries and flying into New York City and they’re taking a bus’… The bus lets them off at the northern most part of their route in upstate New York, Fortin said. Then they take a cab right up to the border and walk over.” – Anthony Furey, “Illegal border crossings a ‘crisis’ – union head” – Toronto Sun, March 11th, 2017.
And…
“There is a trend right now… People are leaving from different countries and flying into New York City and they’re taking a bus… The Americans are well aware of what’s taking place right now… They’re not making it harder for them.” – Jean-Pierre Fortin, national president of the Customs and Immigration Union, quoted by Anthony Furey in the above article.

“Looking after people who call themselves refugees may give Canada’s useful ‘municipal idiots’ some temporary noble and heroic delusions. It will definitely win them congratulations from the immigration lobby who are constantly looking for fools to support them… But the ‘useful idiots’ should remember that the immigration lobby (immigration lawyers, immigration consultants and ethnic advocates) consists of the foulest-smelling sludge in the immigration advocacy cesspool. Most of the lobby pretend to be protectors of the world’s persecuted, but they do what they do to maintain their jobs, increase their personal financial gain and to betray Canada. As for their clients, most of them are here to plunder Canada.” – Immigration Watch Canada, “Advice to Manitoba Premier Pallister : Look after your own people…” – February 28th, 2017.

“The Applicant wife is 32 years old. She came to Canada from Iraq five years ago. She has never worked in this country. She receives monthly assistance from the government through the Ontario Disability Support Program… The Respondent husband is 43. He came to Canada from Iraq seven years ago. He has never worked in this country. He receives monthly assistance from the government through the Ontario Disability Support Program… They met in Canada. They were married here on September 19, 2014. They separated five months later on February 6, 2015… They have no children. No jobs. No income. No property. Nothing to divide… It should be a simple case.” – Excerpts from a ruling by Ontario Justice Alex Pazaratz, quoted by Michele Mandel in “Judge blasts feuding couple for wasting tax dollars” – Toronto Sun, March 17th, 2017.

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