November 26, 2015

Liberal refugee plan in perspective: Would you feel safe if a quarter of Brockville supported ISIS?

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

Comprehending what 25,000 people looks like is tough to do without giving that number some perspective you can relate to.

Even using sports stadiums doesn’t give a real picture. People don’t live in sports stadiums so let’s relate it to cities and towns across the country.

A population of 25,000 would be bigger than Brockville, ON, bigger than Chestermere, AB, bigger than Owen Sound, ON; Fort Saskatchewan, AB; Pembroke, ON; Cowansville, QC; Yorkton, SK; Canmore, AB.

Bringing in 25,000 people at once, from one particular country is no small issue.

25,000 Syrian refugees is more than the entire take of refugees from around the world last year and would be the third biggest source of new residents to Canada, assuming we actually stop at 25,000 total.

We won’t. The first 10,000 are mostly private sponsorships and the next 15,000 are government refugees. Immigration minister John McCallum said they’ll bring in 25,000 government refugees, plus be open to even more private sponsorships.

Based on a couple of polls taken across Syria last summer, we’re potentially bringing in a large number of people who may support ISIS and be opposed to degrading ISIS. As we look to import 35,000 Syrians over the next year, maybe more, we are looking at bringing in between 4,500 and 7,700 ISIS supporters. They might not be terrorists, but they think ISIS has it right.

What would you think if you heard that a quarter of Brockville thought ISIS had it right? How safe would you feel knowing that more than one in five at a sold out Tiger Cats game believed in the barbaric ways and practices of ISIS?

Yet questions to the office of Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on whether Canada will screen for ideology with an eye to excluding people who believe in Sharia Law, honour killings, etc., – well, questions on those issues are dismissed with platitudes about why what the government is doing is good.

It’s not good enough for me, it shouldn’t be good enough for you.


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commented 2015-11-28 17:22:32 -0500
I am quite aware of the right wing nature of this website, hence why I come here.
commented 2015-11-28 04:46:59 -0500
And having lived for many years in St. Catharines, Ontario in the 70s, that would be roughly one in five residents there…
commented 2015-11-28 04:43:52 -0500
Sam Young…. “There really is no need to have all these polls and petitions”… So say you… Fortunately this is a conservative philosophy driven website so you and your ilk can decide on whether to contribute, or not, to such polls and petitions… If you don’t agree with The Rebel’s take on reality, then there is nothing preventing you from creating your own “poll and petition” free site, eh?.. Just Go For It bunkey!… Come on now – Go For It!… Or, maybe not??…
commented 2015-11-27 11:00:03 -0500
If a have-not province brings in refugees does it become more of a have-not province?
commented 2015-11-27 10:59:27 -0500
I live near Brockville and I wouldn’t like it and the way it is explained I can’t see anyone who would.
commented 2015-11-27 08:58:31 -0500
My sons’s friend told me last night that the college in Lethbridge is going to house Syrian refugees. He told me that the current students living in the college’s residence will be displaced to accommodate them.
commented 2015-11-27 03:43:00 -0500
I have never even heard of Brockville before watching this video.

You don’t need to have some rebel poll or petition to tell me that we need to be more careful in who we accept from the refugee countries.

This is just rebel staff getting us riled up so that we can donate them some money for their wages.

Have you ever tried to figure out the rebel finances? Think of how many people Ezra needs to pay. Now think of how much or how little money he gets from ad revenue or book sales. Ask yourself how Ezra is able to pay his staff withjust these two revenue streams. The other way of getting income, is by asking us the rebel visitor for money.

There really is no need to have all these polls and petitions. I bet that Ezra just takes abunch of the money raised for the polls and petitions to pay the staff here.

Ezra once said he has eleven staff members. Now ask yourself how does he get the money to pay for all of them. Here is a hint. It is not from the bobbleheads and mugs in the store.

Right now Ezra is banking on all of us buying a subscription to his show so that he can have some reliable regular income. In the meantime, he will just have to count on the suckers here to donate money for polls and petitions.
commented 2015-11-27 01:36:48 -0500
Sam Young, you may not give credence to polls, but surely you should pay attention to this item.
Honestly, would you feel safer if one quarter of Brockville, Ontario, supported ISIS?
Consider this: “A report on crime stats submitted by (Brockville Police) chief Scott Fraser shows (in 2015) an increase of 72 criminal complaints for crimes of violence, crimes of property and other criminal incidents including drug charges and impaired driving.”
Could you imagine if one quarter of Brockville residents supported ISIS?
This is the sort of poll The Rebel provides. It makes no sense, and is full of bigotry and hatred, but surely you would take it seriously.
One quarter of Brockville residents supporting ISIS? Would you go along with this?
commented 2015-11-27 01:12:36 -0500
Of course I am not going to be putting any of my hard earned money towards some stupid poll or petition., It seems like that is all that goes around here. If I didn’t know better, I would think the rebel is broke, and need to make money off us by getting us to donate to a poll or some petition.

I have already done my part for helping with the finances. I never skip the youtube ads so that the rebel can get the revenue from them.

If therere are multiple petitions and polls going on here every day, eventually they don’t mean a thing. Think of Ezra’s rant about being called a racist not meaning anything after a while. Same logic applies. Why look, the rebel has more results from their poll or petition. Whooptee doo.
commented 2015-11-26 23:57:42 -0500
A very good point. Brockville, Ontario has not had any murderers recently. But that is not to say they will not in the future.
Brockville has had minor thefts—shoplifting from the corner store and the gas station.
Brockville has also had some reports of domestic violence. That is where the police are called because a wife and husband are fighting. For police this is the most dangerous call because the wife or husband is so passionate that a knife or other weapon may come out, and the violence may claim a life.
Brockville also has some minorities. Among them are so-called “Christian Reformed”, “Roman Catholics”, and “Anglicans”.
Statistically, Brockville is a dangerous as any place police will be called to in Canada.
commented 2015-11-26 21:47:47 -0500
Brian mentioned that a certain percentage of the, so called, migrants would be terrorists. I beg to differ, one hundred percent of them will be, So called terrorists.

OUR WAR IS NOT AGAINST TERRORISTS, OUR WAR IS AGAINST MUSLIMS. All Muslims will do what the Qaran tells them and that, basically, is what they will do.

The Qaran states that all Christians and Jews should have their throats cut. The only reason that they are here is to take over Canada and drag it back to the days of Abraham.

Brian it is time for a new Poll. Call it ‘Stop Trudeau’

Allah Akbar.
commented 2015-11-26 21:37:39 -0500
Why does John McCallum sound like he is three sheets to the wind?
commented 2015-11-26 20:23:23 -0500
I think that a petition to put a pause on bringing in the refugees is not enough. There should be something more that we could do to stop the government from bringing and keep on bringing in all those refugees that there is no way to prove that they are innocent people who are truly fleeing from ISIS. There is no way we could make sure that those refugees are going to respect and abide by the Canadian law and that they won’t be any threat to the Canadian people. Canadians need to wake up to this dangerous situation and we need to find a solution to stop the government.
commented 2015-11-26 20:03:25 -0500
I am concerned of these showboat Liberals’ did they even stop to calculate and consider whether Canada’s economy is able to forbear the total cost of 25,000 Refugees ( Brian Lilley even questioned that in one of his videos! ) all of a sudden 10,000 at the end of the year – 15,000 in and during February? The arrogance of it all and the lack of wisdom is showing, in reality Obama only committed to taking 10,000 Refugees an economy that by the way still drills oil and imports it and makes revenue off of it! ( That USA economy has a market base 10 times the size of ours at 300 million people ) – Canada’s Oil Economy is something NDP Rachael Notley Premiere of Alberta has destroyed even worse than the low price of oil, along with the Approval of our PM Justin Trudeau – but when it comes to showing off to the UN and the world! Of course Justin has to show he took the most! He’s such a good little Shill!We have less economy and these leftists’ are acquiring higher expenses and more debt, while at the same time putting Canadian lives in more danger than we had previous to the Liberals’ winning the election! The fact that most of these Refugees side with ISIS ideology – I don’t believe has even entered this slow boys head! AHHHHHH AAHHHHH I don’t think he has thought of that?
commented 2015-11-26 17:45:00 -0500
SAM YOUNG, “stop asking us for money to fund your petitions or polls. It’s getting really old now”. Since when are you speaking for us ? If you don’t want to contribute, don’t. No one is forcing you to contribute. Go back to the CBC which depends upon extortion from the taxpayers. They don’t have to ask for contributions as Trudeau, as promised as a payoff for the CBC’s help to get him elected, will be giving the CBC an additional $150 million. That can fund a lot of “petitions or polls”.
commented 2015-11-26 17:32:22 -0500
As Brian reported, polls indicate at least at least 13% outright support ISIS, 31% of Syrian ‘refugees’ are sympathetic to ISIS. So we are potentially bringing in a large number of people who support ISIS, possibly close to 8,000 out of 25,000 ‘refugees’. And, if you express concern about our security, you are accused of fear-mongering or, even worse, according to ON Premier Kathleen Wynne, “we can’t give in to…allowing security to mask racism” and her pal and lap dog fellow Liberal Premier from Quebec, Philippe Couillard, nods agreement, chirping in “We have those two devils within our society: racism and xenophobia”. No , Couillard the only “two devils within our society” are you and that other leftwing premier from Ontario.
ISIS has time and again declared that it is at war against the West. That would be equivalent during the West’s war with Nazi Germany, that we would have opened our arms to Nazi sympathizers to invade our country. Sheer insanity!
In this video, “Western Politicians are Accessories to Murder”, Paul Weston, chairman of the British political party Liberty GB, one of the few Western leaders who hasn’t drunk the Marxist Kool-Aid, talks candidly how our politicians, are members of the “traitor class”.
Weston starts by presenting this compelling analogy: “ If a liberal farmer deliberately puts a fox in his hen house in order to enforce farmyard diversity and bring about a multiagricultural utopia , who is guilty of killing the hens , the farmer or the fox ?
commented 2015-11-26 17:31:48 -0500
See Sweden now.

See Canada in about ten years.

300,000 islamics or more to Canada while trudeau rules his first four years.

More than double that in the next four if he gets re-elected.

Mark my words on this.
commented 2015-11-26 17:29:30 -0500
I hope the gay boy get =s to see what islam looks like up close and personal – if we are lucky there will be a serious attack in his region of the city
commented 2015-11-26 17:11:06 -0500
I am really not a big fan of meaningless statistical analysis. Gee, all these people combined would make the second largest city in PEI. Or the third largest city in Labrador. Or the fourth largest city in Saskatchewan. Blah blah blah.

Come up with some news that is actually NEW, as opposed to mindlessly repeating the same thing over and over with just a little bit of shock put into it.

I get it, Brian. Your three favourite topics are guns, refugees, and the queen. Now give it a rest.

And stop asking us for money to fund your petitions or polls. It’s getting really old now.
commented 2015-11-26 17:06:50 -0500
I think the $21 billion initial cost would have been better spent to support them in their homelands. This is nothing more than political baby kissing.
It will help no one nor will it make a difference to aid the 5.2 billion poor in the world
commented 2015-11-26 16:56:10 -0500
Is it just me or does MaCallum look like that creepy uncle that was just a little to touchy feely.
commented 2015-11-26 16:55:32 -0500
November 26, 2015
Dear Diary;
Thinking about Dad while I was with the Queen, you know, doing that pirouette thing behind her back. But now when I turn my back for a minute things go from bad to worse. It turns out that my pushed back deadline that got pushed back now needs to get pushed back even more. I suppose I could sell it as change, real change. That might work. Still, I told Gerald, all this humanitarian crap is turning out to be more trouble than it’s worth. Then he whispered in my ear; “votes”. Hey, go easy with that tongue, Gerald.
I got a nice cushy feel-good interview (I like those ones best) in London for Global News. I told Tom Clark (he’s the one that wanted to know what shampoo I used) how I got bullied a bit in school, I managed to say that I fought back but Tom didn’t give me the chance to explain that there was one time that I almost beat her.
I’m off to Malta now, wherever that is. It’s for something to do with a commonwealth. I like the sound of that, well maybe not so much the common part.
commented 2015-11-26 16:34:57 -0500
The only saving grace about this is that when the shit hits the fan, it won’t be out here in Pumphandle, Ontario. It’ll happen in one of those Centres of Progressiveness where people voted for it.
commented 2015-11-26 15:23:19 -0500
Amazing how the socialists are so offensive. Force fed socialist bigotry.

There’s a hidden agenda here – I suspect the “imported terrorists” will cross the border into the US in preparation for a large scale attack(s).

Obama is almost begging for this to occur. Islam Trudeau is only too happy to oblige.