January 25, 2016

“Disappointed” want to go back. Here’s why Trudeau should have known better

Brian LilleyArchive

You know there’s a serious problem with how the Liberals are handling the Syrian refugee file when even CBC can no longer avoid reporting the truth about disappointed refugees who want to go back because they feel they aren’t getting the services they expected.

I speak with Candice Malcolm, Toronto Sun columnist and fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, about her column on the subject in which she provides the statistics and well-known reasons why privately sponsored refugees tend to integrate more successfully and fare better in the long run, just as the Harper government said


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commented 2016-01-27 13:11:07 -0500
Everyone would be far better off if we left the refugees where they are safe out of Syria and gave them money to establish themselves in their new country
commented 2016-01-26 14:55:20 -0500
All the “We told you so’s” in the world will do nothing to deter the Liberals from their path! Not even if it leads to the destruction of Canada as we knew it! Liberals and especially their illustrious Emperor adhere to the mentality: “Just watch me!” It seems that they have something to prove to themselves that nothing will stop their headlong rush into dubious policies.
commented 2016-01-26 14:48:28 -0500
This is just one more example of how the private sector provides services more efficiently than the private sector. Another example is the wingnut on CFRA today insisting the only way to lower costs in the health care sector is (wait for it) have the federal government control all aspects of the system, including free prescription medication. Unfortunately for her, she showed her true colors when she got positively giddy when asked about refugees getting better health care than taxpaying Canadians.
commented 2016-01-26 14:22:30 -0500
There’s nothing like ungratefulness to slap the face of those offering assistance. I think they should all be planted in QB, where they will fit in well with this attitude. When your treated better than the host, and that’s not good enough, then it’s time to go back to where you came from.
commented 2016-01-26 13:26:45 -0500
I stopped caring when I saw the footage of the “refugees” angrily turning away food aid from Macedonian authorities (btw, a very small, poor landlocked Balkan country with their own problems) becasue the food aid was held in boxes with a red cross on them and therefore not halal:


Those were welfare shoppers and NOT refugees.
commented 2016-01-26 10:52:57 -0500
Great news! We can pay for them to return to Syria or wherever and save a lot of money. It will be far cheaper than keeping them on welfare for years.
commented 2016-01-26 10:05:11 -0500
there is no political solution to this. you can never satisfy greedy third-world scum and its feeling that we owe them something. they do not fit our Canadian values.
if you can’t see what is coming next, you are either willfully ignorant or you live in an isolation tank.
commented 2016-01-26 09:50:13 -0500
JD Vetman – the world is being destroyed to accommodate the UN’s goal of one world government. This is leading to the final biblical battle of Armageddon. The battle between good and evil. And I can tell you that in the end, the good guys and gals win!
commented 2016-01-26 07:18:29 -0500
No thought given to any of this. We now are supporting how many with no real plan to integrate them into the future. No security screenings, no questions other than “are you comfortable, what else can we give you”. The whole thing sounds more like a competition between countries as to who can provide them everything for nothing when in actual fact, regardless of current living conditions (all basic requirements met), they and their families are free of a war zone. They should be kissing the ground they walk on. All lefties need to be shipped over to Afghan/Iraq/Saudi for a few years. Their degrees in world BS mean shit. Spread your love and beliefs over there. I’ll watch your beheadings within the week on youtube. Good riddens.
Not saying no one can come. But for god’s sake become a proud citizen of the country that gave you the opportunity to keep your family safe. That in the end is what it’s all about.
Since when did basic simple common sense at any level become “right wing”.
commented 2016-01-26 05:18:21 -0500
I think this camp would be a great option for the refugees, I think they would feel more at home in their own environment, I refugees are complaining and really don’t even want to leave their own country, so would it not make more sense to help them this way, rather than taking them from the home that they grew up in? they wouldn’t have to take the dangerous journeys with their families to safety and it would cost less for Canada and the Canadian tax payers to help them in this way. The camp looks very nice and it has everything that they need. I can’t see why the government wouldn’t even consider this option, unless the instincts of the Canadians are true that Prime Minister Trudeau only wants to bring all these refugees in for his own selfish benefits to collect and protect votes for future elections. http://10news.dk/?p=1706

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commented 2016-01-26 04:26:27 -0500
This video completely ignored the fact that the government isnt even taking care of its own citizens, and now we’re supposed to worry we’re not doing enough for these people? Living in a hotel for a month? How about living on a street for a month, or even a week? If you’re truly a refugee you should be grateful you’re not in harms way, have a roof with free maid service, and meals to eat. This is infuriating.
commented 2016-01-26 00:16:05 -0500
commented 2016-01-25 23:20:28 -0500
THIS pig did THIS in a HOSPITAL!!!
WHY?? WHY?? Would TURDO let THIS into Canada!!!
commented 2016-01-25 22:40:32 -0500
Lad Reme , Yes they are achieving their goals of taking over the host Countries in Britain, Australia, ,Sweden ,France and now Germany. Canada should shut down the program and donate large sums of money to house them in Jordon or close by. When the war is over ,they will be close to home. Once home they can start another war with someone else, as they have been doing for almost a 1000years.
commented 2016-01-25 22:35:55 -0500
They should be allowed to return. Cheaper to crowd fund a one-way ticket back to Turkey/Lebanon/Jordan. Just in exchange for those Permanent Residence cards and Healthcare cards.
commented 2016-01-25 22:26:20 -0500
Send the rape-fugees home. Or to Sweden.
commented 2016-01-25 22:00:29 -0500
Yvette. I read your post and I think I have a few answers. The Liberals have a big problem transitioning from campaigning to governing. They played the school yard game of one upmanship on the number of refugees they could bring in plus they are getting pressure from their buddies in the MSM to meet that commitment. They did campaign on giving the refugees permanent resident status and I would bet Trudeau promised this to his muslim buddies in Canada to get their vote.
commented 2016-01-25 21:45:21 -0500
I am in favour of bringing in Yazidis and Christians from Syria. This is what Harper was doing but dumb dumb changed that just because its 2015. Now we are bringing in just about anyone the Liberals can get just to complete their campaign target numbers. Meanwhile the real refugee Yazidis and Christians in Syria are always on the run as they are being hunted by ISIS and if they do make it to the refugee camps they are hounded, persecuted, threatened and attacked. Obama will not allow Yazidis or Christians into the USA so dumb dumb the puppet is following along like a puppy dog.
commented 2016-01-25 21:41:05 -0500
It is important to remember. Perhaps some of these people may be genuine refugees but they will soon be in the hands of the Imams, who will explain to them their real reason for being here, is to breed profusely, with the intent of creating an army of killers. This will enable them to take our country for themselves.
commented 2016-01-25 21:31:14 -0500
Why have Trudeau & McCallum never been asked why the rush to bring in so many refugees all at once? They are already in a safe place & looked after. The other question I have is why are they made permanent residents the minute they leave the airport, that’s stupid. I would like to know their motive, yes some are true refugees & we should help, but why bring them here where most do not speak English or French, better they stay in the refugee Muslim countries they are familiar with, in a safe zone & help from the west. These refugees have even indicated they don’t want to come here, they would rather stay where they are until they can go back to their country & isn’t that the definition of a refugee. That makes a lot more sense, however liberals have made the decision & they never seem to think before acting. What Trudeau has done is very dangerous not only for our security but also our values & perhaps even the safety of our young women.
commented 2016-01-25 19:50:22 -0500
Excellent content, thanks Brian and Candice for putting this post together. It’s critical to the whole idea of taking in refugees, charities, and welfare in general that government is NOT the agency which has any moral right to be in charge of these things.
But, and it’s a big ‘but’, the fawning CBC and CTV will never bring to the public’s attention the extremely important material covered in this post.
commented 2016-01-25 19:42:19 -0500
AFAIC ALL immigrants should have personal or corporate sponsors – it’s called responsibility and offering a hand up to people getting started as Canadians.
commented 2016-01-25 19:38:49 -0500
Common sense and Lieberals simply do not mesh! Lieberals and state control, now there’s the real ambition of Lieberals. Trudope does not care about integration, only optics and votes! If refugees have to be sacrificed or made uncomfortable, so be it to suit Lieberal purposes. After all the Lieberal mantra is everyone is inferior to their grandness, n’cest pas?!
commented 2016-01-25 19:20:50 -0500
And what happens when you bring in migrants that can’t assimilate? Well look at Germany and Britain to see the repercussions of disgruntled immigrants
commented 2016-01-25 19:09:08 -0500
Brian. CTV London showed a clip tonight about a refugee family from Africa. All of the money and programs are “only for Syrian migrants” not real refugees. The African family was not eligible for anything that a Syrian family was.
commented 2016-01-25 19:01:19 -0500
When the refugees are sponsored they have to buck up when opportunity avails itself or feel shamed by those who supported them. When it’s government support they can cherry pick or just say, “No”.
commented 2016-01-25 18:58:36 -0500
This is the problem with trying to pass off immigrants as refugees. Real refugees that are living in camps due to persecution and the ravages of war will be thankful for what they are receiving, while immigrants that have not been in harms way and are looking for improved financial opportunity are likely to have higher expectations and be more demanding. This Barnum and Bailey government ( fool all of the people some of the time ), needs to take a closer look at their refugee/immigrant policy.