September 08, 2016

We screened immigrants for “Canadian values” until 2002. Time to start again?

Candice MalcolmRebel Contributor

The feigned outrage continues over Kellie Leitch’s supposedly-contentious point that we should screen would-be immigrants to weed out those who hold values that are anti-Canadian.

Until 2002, Canada conducted in-person interviews with all potential immigrants, to determine “personal suitability” for Canadian citizenship.

In other words, they would screen for anti-Canadian values.

How is any of this controversial?

It’s irresponsible to pretend that there are no core Canadian values, as Justin Trudeau recently suggested in a New York Times interview.

And it's unethical to turn a blind eye to barbaric culture practices in Canada.

Sex-selected abortions have become a major problem in Canada.

What about women forced to cover themselves from head to toe before they can leave the house?

Those cultural practices do not reflect Canadian values.

And, no, it isn't "racist" to raise these issues, and lead a conversation.

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commented 2016-09-12 17:15:12 -0400
every “value” she listed has been erased or changed by Trudeau!! foreign terrorist, fraudsters, criminals, and so on do in fact live here in Canada and the government is well aware of them but has done nothing about it. We accept the barbaric actions of imports just as we allow polygamy, FGM, arranged marriages, gender abortions and so on . WE don’t want to offend Justin’s new voters now do we??
commented 2016-09-11 09:58:31 -0400
There is a very simple solution to the cost of screening and that is to charge a fee for the applicant (just like the fees the rest of us pay for all kinds of government services).
commented 2016-09-09 09:48:49 -0400
Jay, you are just too funny. You rail against Victor Laszlo for his obscure news of Muslims killing and torturing and then you pull this Danish business from a small private event in Calgary with no corroborating evidence. Do you not see your own inconsistencies? Please, please take a course in logic. You are woefully lacking in this department. Lead with reason and follow with emotion.
commented 2016-09-09 06:02:57 -0400
Jay, I ask you again, why do you hate cats and not watching videos before commenting on them?
commented 2016-09-09 04:34:21 -0400
No. Screening people is racist and Islamaphobic!
commented 2016-09-09 02:43:39 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 31,698 Attacks, 201,710 Killed, 282,761 Injured…. that we know of.
commented 2016-09-09 01:38:35 -0400
Stephen Harper was from Calgary and he observed the Danish first-hand.

His proposed “snitch line” was actually about the Danish barbaric practices (including the drowning of cats), although many people thought it was about Muslims and Jews.
commented 2016-09-09 01:35:48 -0400
Nnaumbua Farrel, I do not hate the Danish. I just think we need to be vigilant. I am friends with some Danish.

But should we allow free immigration to a people who are as insidious as that? Should we ignore the threat they pose to our culture and our way of life?

Look how they have fit into the way of life in Calgary. They seem hard-working and friendly. But they hold on to their old allegiances and loyalties.

Have you never heard of “the exchange of socks” among men at Christmas time? Normal people would not engage in such behavior.
commented 2016-09-09 01:17:23 -0400
And why haven’t you watch the video before commenting on it?
commented 2016-09-09 01:15:22 -0400
Jay, why do you hate the Danish?
commented 2016-09-09 01:13:49 -0400
Hey, I liked the proposed “snitch line”. Stephen Harper’s advisors proposed it late in the campaign as a way of mustering support. Had it worked, the phone line would have allowed everyday citizens like you and me to report “barbaric cultural practices.”

For me, it would have allowed me to phone in reports of the “Katten af Tønden” which most people on here seem to deny.

Residents of Calgary, supporters of a Conservative Prime Minister and of a left-leaning Mayor, would have benefitted from such a snitch-line.

The insidious Danish, present among us, have been carrying out such barbaric cultural practices, but we have no way to speak out.

Way down on 11th Avenue they are preparing for the annual “Stud in the middle” festival on September 30. No where else in Canada would such a display be permitted.

Stephen Harper fought long and hard against such barbaric practices.
commented 2016-09-08 23:52:13 -0400
Jay still making stuff up then crapping on Victor Lazlo for putting up real stories.
commented 2016-09-08 23:22:16 -0400
Jay Kekky (or who ever he is posin as)

A) has never been to Calgary
B) Knows no Danes or as been exposed to Danish culture
C) Can cite no occurance of the dreaded cultural abomination called Katten af Tønden
D) Talks through his sphincter because his mouth hates the taste of what comes out of it.
commented 2016-09-08 23:17:55 -0400
My dear Danish hating Jason, your liberality with the truth is an admonition… I mean inspiration to us all.
commented 2016-09-08 23:12:44 -0400

Jason. Well done.

Behold the dreaded Katten af Tønden/ Cat of the barrel:

No good Danes. I am sure that an actual cat is some where to be found within the candy that has been viciously beaten out of a piñata style “barrel.”
commented 2016-09-08 22:41:24 -0400
The Rebel led the way in pointing out the barbaric cultural practices taking place in Calgary during the last election campaign. The Conservative Party under the leader Stephen Harper had proposed a “hot-line” or a “snitch line” to bring out these practices. Most Canadians would be shocked to hear of such practices.

The ‘Katten af Tønden’ in Calgary was a so-called cultural event where Danish Canadians and their friends where encouraged to drown cats in a barrel.

There was no objection from the Mayor or the police.

The Danes get away with it, to this day.
commented 2016-09-08 21:03:47 -0400
Lefties are reactionary about loyalty screening because so many of them hold anti-Canadian sentiments themselves – these are the cucks who are always talking about how we must change – obviously Canada and its traditional values does not suit their national vision.
commented 2016-09-08 20:09:45 -0400
Why did we stop ?
Anyone wanting to immigrate to Canada they need to;
- love traditional Canadian values, culture,customs , liberty and individual freedom. ( democracy)
- denounce Sharia Law and subjugation of women,gays, lesbians and blacks.
- be already gainfully employed and be able to be self sufficient
- speak and write fluent English
- be willing to forgo their religious clothing and head gear if they want to join our military, police or any other profession where the wearing of a traditional Canadian uniform is required.
- uncover your face when entering public and private areas where identity is required for security purposes.
- assimilate into Western ways and society.
- pledge allegiance to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

In other words stay the f…. home if you plan on making trouble.