August 07, 2017

BOMBSHELL report: Canada's Border Invasion Intensifies!

Faith GoldyArchive

Last Monday, an estimated 500 border jumpers walked into Quebec, Canada through one illegal border crossing alone. 

During the next 24 hour period between Tuesday and Wednesday, 300 illegals walked the same path.

Now Quebec officials say the province is averaging 200 illegals per day!

It's been roughly seven months since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed the world to claim refugee status in Canada and now more people than ever are heeding his call.

Today, Canada’s southern border with the U.S. has been turned into a constant, revolving back door.

The Rebel has travelled across the country documenting this manufactured crisis, from Manitoba to Quebec.

This week, I returned to the illegal Roxham Road border crossing, and have an update:

The changes that have taken place in the past four months (since I was there last) are alarming, if not wholly unbelievable.

In the metres leading up to the illegal border crossing, what was once plain pavement has been transformed into a dumping ground.

Everywhere, boarding passes from "refugees" coming from places like West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Salt Lake City.

Dirty diapers just disposed in the street, pieces of broken luggage with airline tags affixed to them, and condoms — both unopened and seemingly used.

As for the border itself:

What was just four months ago an intersection marked by a few police cruisers on the Canadian side and a ditch is now laden with enormous, gazebo-styled tents.

Inside them: At least triple the police presence, a waiting area has been created to handle the long and constant cue of illegals before they are initially processed in the tents further back by additional RCMP officers.

Also among the changes, in addition to many more federal police cruisers— there are now two trucks: one, a shuttle bus which is being run on a 24 hour load-and-go schedule, and a cube van for all the luggage these self-styled refugees have in tow when they cross.

As for the small ditch? Well, the illegals don’t have to worry about getting their sneakers dirty anymore:

Quebec taxpayers have subsidized a new land bridge; a welcome mat of sorts, to assist border jumpers in committing their crime.

And an obvious but necessary word on that:

Every single individual crossing that bridge is indeed committing a crime— it’s a matter of law.

No one leaving the United States is a refugee. There is no persecution to flee in the U.S.— its the safest, freest country in the world. And both the United States and Canada acknowledge that fact in our signed Safe Third Country Agreement, which states that if someone is already in one of our countries, they cannot pretend to be a refugee “fleeing” to the other. And yet, more people than ever are doing just that. A lot more.

When The Rebel was at Roxham Road in April, we spoke to bus drivers, cab drivers, a human trafficker, and saw for ourselves— that roughly 15 to 20 people per day were illegally walking into Canada.

Today, that is the hourly rate.

Roughly 15 people are illegally walking into Canada every hour— throughout the day and night. And that's just along this one road, never mind the other known gateways across the country.

During our time along the border this week, we clocked an average of 17 men for every 25 illegals that entered— placing the women and children ratio at about 30 per cent of the total, with men occupying the lion's share of claims at about 70 per cent.

The flow of illegal entry into Canada is, quite literally, constant.

Whereas in April, the majority of the men we spoke to were from Eritrea, Sudan, and Saudi Arabia (a point confirmed by locals and cab drivers), this time, the majority of the border jumpers that were willing to speak to us said they hailed from Haiti.

Individual stories varied between people who said they were only passing through America to get to Canada’s open border, and others who said they had been living in America for some time, illegally.

Now that these people are here, what is Canada doing with them?

Well, they’re being shipped to Canada’s sanctuary city— Montreal— our Olympic stadium to be precise.

Officials would not let us enter the premises, stating that all media are banned, Canadian or otherwise — beyond a certain line, only migrants can enter. But, even from a bird’s eye view, it’s clear Canada is getting a little taste of Calais.

Canada’s Prime Minister isn’t bothered. Despite calls from various levels of government and police services for more resources, Justin Trudeau says Canada has the capacity to properly process all the illegals currently rushing Canada’s southern border.

It's roughly four months before the snow sets in, in southern Quebec. Considering the extent to which the crisis has mushroomed in the last four months, you have to wonder:

How many thousands more fake refugees must Canada accommodate before the Prime Minister considers closing our back door?

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commented 2017-08-08 03:10:59 -0400
commented 2017-08-08 03:10:36 -0400
I found a very intriguing amateur documentary on youtube. It’s non politically partisan.
commented 2017-08-08 02:53:57 -0400
Make no mistake, this is WW3.
commented 2017-08-08 02:13:24 -0400
Refugees receive limited, if any, social assistance from government authorities.

“Canada has just about 4 refugees per 1,000 population, compared to more than 20 refugees per 1,000 in Jordan, Chad, Lebanon, Nauru, Turkey and South Sudan.”

Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon and Iran are among the top 5 countries in the world that host refugees.

The majority of refugees in Quebec are from Haiti. They are Christians, not Muslims. Which raises the question as to why Ezra Levant and the like want to help Christian refugees in the Middle East but not those from Haiti? Do they really care about Christian refugees? Or are they just trying to exploit the misfortunes of people in order to incite Islamophobia? I guess pointing out that these Christian refugees from Haiti are being persecuted by Trump as opposed to Muslims won’t raise funds and sell books!

Yet another lie and double standard of Ezra Levant and the like exposed!
commented 2017-08-08 01:43:56 -0400
Jamie Macmaster i agree that Montreal can get bent as they voted for the morons, but the illegals will be spread out everywhere. SIGH!
commented 2017-08-08 01:42:56 -0400
Daryl Herman the RCMP will learn the hard way when they are laid out for sacrificial status. And they will have no one to blame but themselves for not doing their damn job. I see that as one bit of a bright side to all this.
commented 2017-08-08 01:41:26 -0400
And the death knell of Canada sounds on and on.
commented 2017-08-08 00:49:02 -0400
I just noticed that young guy with the grey tee shirt, he actually has a diamond stud earring in his ear, so for sure he’s got to be a refugee who left everything behind, also forgot to leave his earring behind, this is crazy!
commented 2017-08-08 00:44:13 -0400
Faith, I don’t know how you could stand there & listen to the crap & garbage coming out of this man’s mouth without wanting to tell him to shut his trap & go back to his cave in no man’s land & grow a brain.
Refugees who left everything behind to escape he comments. Coming from Haiti, these people didn’t have two nickels to jingle & they have never been so well off as they are now with their gold chains, fancy clothes, smart phones, ear buds, etc, etc.
This situation has gravely deteriorated & total insanity has set in, as you watch these people with their luggage wait to cross as if they’re lined up to attend a concert. I cannot believe this is going on & the police are enabling them. Just think of how much of the equalization money is going to be spent on these fake refugees. How can Trudeau sit there, do absolutely nothing & pretend Canada has the resources to make this happen. Right now I’m seeing red!
commented 2017-08-08 00:18:03 -0400
The US border guards already arrested 3 guys near Pittsburgh today because of suspicions from a homeowner nearby. 2 of them were escaping the justice in the U.S., one for sexual assault in a state in the south.
commented 2017-08-07 23:56:32 -0400
I’ll bet US border guards and Homeland Security are having a good laugh at this as they monitor the Lacolle crossing from their drones.
commented 2017-08-07 23:29:32 -0400
The trolls are confused. They can’t call Rebelers Islamophobic because we don’t want illegal Christian migrants neither.
commented 2017-08-07 23:22:16 -0400
Very good article on the history of Haitian refugees and immigrants in the US and the current situation.
I am suspicious, however, that this group has been targeted for political (Cdn. Liberal) reasons. With all the discussions why Christians have not been accepted as refugees, these Haitians are mostly Christian. These refugees would certainly ‘satisfy’ that discussion, wouldn’t they? Can’t help but be suspicious if they were not intentionally directed to Canada.
commented 2017-08-07 21:51:07 -0400
You’re not being tolerant. You’re not being inclusive. You’re not being open-minded… You’re being conquered."
commented 2017-08-07 21:38:38 -0400
Great report Faith, thanks for keeping us all informed of the mounting danger coming to Canada. This is total insanity, this will all come back to cost us so severely in the near future. I just came back across the border a few weeks ago and as a Canadian citizen I have to answer questions as to where I went, what I did, how long I was over there and how much money I spent, etc. etc. These people don’t have to have their luggage searched and they are illegals, we don’t know who they are, some lie about where their from, we don’t know what diseases they may be carrying, most are illiterate and have no intention of working anyway. They are coming to live off our welfare state like the Parasites that they are. Looking at their home countries and the absolute mess that they are in, in every way possible, even with the massive amount of help they took from the west they still managed to create nations that are ghetto slums. To think that will change within them just because they are in our country is ludicrous at best. Common street crime involving drugs, theft, rape and violence is about to escalate, the first moaning we will hear will be from the police crying for more police, equipment and powers. And their second cry will be to hire these illegals to help in policing the enclaves they are going to establish. If we are taking in two hundred a day that’s getting awfully close to a hundred thousand a year. I think those numbers will increase as time wears on and we will be taking in millions very soon. I guess we should erect a sign where they are coming over, “Welcome To Western Germany.” At some point tensions will build and this will all explode as Canadians who care about this country will fight back, those baggage handling cops better get on the right side of this issue. It should only be ugly for those who are the unwanted illegals and fake refugees, not Patriotic Canadians. So if the police authority decides to take the side of the violent, hostiles jumping our border, as they have in some European nations, the issue will I predict turn ugly for everyone. And that guy who lives nearby and he’s fine with it all, his shock day will be that much more devastating when he has to come to the realization he was wrong. We never seem to have a shortage of goody two shoes that show up to welcome impending doom into our country and those they are there welcoming couldn’t care less. They are just here for the money, the freedom to commit criminal behavior and most are probably fugitives avoiding arrest and prosecution. It goes to figure doesn’t it, if these people are having to sneak into our country as illegals then surely they must be the cream of the crop. There is nothing right about what is happening here, this will only result in conflict within Canada.
commented 2017-08-07 21:34:15 -0400
Correction: it was 32 % in 2011, so today, we should be approaching 50%.
commented 2017-08-07 21:31:33 -0400
The immigration minister Hussen inch alla has already told some journalists that the migrants will be spread to other provinces. As for Montreal and its liberal mayor, Mtl had already 23% of its population being non-whites in 2011. 6 yrs later, it must be 40%.
commented 2017-08-07 21:25:15 -0400
Bravo Zulu,
Trudeau loves this kind of thing. When he heard that “refugees” were coming into Manitoba last winter, he said it was “exciting”. Maybe these guys will provide a kind of Haitian “core identity” for Canada, since we don’t have one of our own.
commented 2017-08-07 21:16:05 -0400
A totally predictable and preventable disaster.

Remember – they are NOT refugees.

They are ILLEGALS.

Now – go and see the problems in the EU – they are arriving every day at the border and bringing nothing but takers and criminals into that -part of the world.

Anything really different in Canada?


And the “bell hops” wearing police uniforms are carrying their bags – how sad. I bet they love doing that. But they are good obedient little boys and girls who are actually breaking the law to obey their islamic in chief prime minister.

If Scheer gets in does anyone think he will deport them?

Will any provincial premier refuse to take them? After all they will be carried by provincial tax dollars.

Not likely.

People get the government they deserve.
commented 2017-08-07 21:07:22 -0400
me notyou commented -"JT will order an amnesty and that make things even worse.’

>> Astute observasion and in line with his Soros-Obama globalist agenda

me notyou: " Denis Coderre has an election coming this fall, so he’s virtue-signaling like an S.O.B. There is no one running against him, <> there is no one stupid enough to actually want to become Mayor of Montreal"

>> I predict in his next term Montrealers/Quebecois will storm the legislature and lynch him (figuratively) for selling them out. He will retire out of province and the fed-Libs will forever after be an also-ran party in the province.

me notyou: “As the numbers grow and things become more strained in Montreal, JT will order each and every province to take an allotment of refugees.”

>> Immigration is deemed a shared power between the federal and provincial government by convention. JT can make demands for accommodation of dubiously “naturalized” illegal migrants but the provinces can tell him to go Pee up a rope, if economics forbid the influx. Of course debt-ridden hell holes like Ontario will comply to keep the Fed transfers flowing, but a wily Premier will hold out for a special deal and if it is not politically expedient as in AB and Sask, JT and Coderre will be left with their weenies swing in the breeze coping with the costs of this dead loss illegal migrant program.

This migrant support financing issue is a huge tar baby that will stick to and revile those who made it.
commented 2017-08-07 20:06:24 -0400
Who gives a damn.

In the last federal election Montreal voted solidly for turdo la doo, and then it declared itself a sanctuary city. Good or bad, they’re getting what they voted for.
commented 2017-08-07 20:00:50 -0400

Next time, wrap your head in a dish towel and have a koran sitting on your dash. You will passed through easier than 20 years ago.
commented 2017-08-07 19:59:33 -0400
@Bill Elder. Very good comment. And I would add that the bubble is about to burst anyway. Most western countries have stretched their debts to breaking points already. It looks like that their planned mass immigration is the last gasp to borrow all they can before it explodes. They will then be taking all controls on a desperate population who will be too busy in social tensions and terrorist attacks to fight them.
commented 2017-08-07 19:45:11 -0400
So true Liza Rosie. The only way out, at least for me, is to reduce my taxes as low as possible, which I have never done before. That’s my answer. Otherwise, we are feeding the criminal libranos beast to pay more welfare to more and more migrants. When people demonstrate, I,ll be there though.
commented 2017-08-07 19:44:34 -0400
Every time I go legally through the border I get interrogated top to bottom as if i were a criminal and god forbid you were only gone 47 hours and had some tobacco or alcohol on you. Yet the savages walk right across and the red carpet rolls out for them. We might as well get rid of CBSA as it is a complete waist of taxpayers money.
commented 2017-08-07 19:42:11 -0400
The end result of this insane usurpation of immigration law/control will be negative economic impact – it may take time for that to hit these utopian dreamers who think social and economic resources are a bottomless well, but it will hit home to them soon.

What we are looking towards is (if not the complete replacement of unskilled labor by automation), but the institution of a so called “gig economy”. Think Uber, pizza drivers, burger flippers, big box retail clerks and a myriad other poorly paid “service” jobs which have accounted for all job growth in the West not tied to government spending over the past decade. Conservative pundits used to call it “The Waitress and Bartender Recovery”.

Now there’s nothing wrong with these gig jobs as secondary or part time work. What’s wrong is how they are are now used: once they were used to supplement income, to help pay one’s way through studies or a second job to buy a car/house or whatever. These days they are the only thing standing between very many people (37% in some locales) and the unemployment line.

Human labor has always be competitive with machines since the industrial revolution – provided it’s cheap enough (cheaper than the cost of a machine to do the work) and the cost of automating low end jobs is now attractive. There will be a lack of even poorly paid jobs in the future, and with the hordes of unskilled labor we are letting in to "be competitive with China " wages will get lousier by the month, take home wages will be sustenance level for unskilled workers We see this now with the frequent “minimum wage” demands from government – these were never needed in the past because labor was a premium industrial commodity – no more after our politicians sold us out to international competition, with the resulting de-industrialization that translated to millions of North Americans going from $20-to-40-an-hour factory jobs to miserably paid service jobs .

Closely tied to this is the inflationary spiral which has hit housing since the final years of the 20th century. One may understand the madness gripping the Vancouver Bay Area or the areas favored by what Australians call “Hot Asian Money”, but when you see double digit yearly housing price increases in entry level housing, you cannot but wonder how you can reconcile that with the wages from a rising gig-job economy.

Thirty years mortgages have long been common but lately thirty-five years mortgages have started to appear in housing crazed locations. Give it a few years and generational mortgages will reappear. We all know how well that worked for Japan.

So as the junk job market expands exponentially, people are rightly piling into the remaining well paid ones. Sounds great, as these jobs are often highly unionized and in regulated sectors closely tied to government spending – meanwhile private sector small business wages have been hit over a head with a mallet. The double whammy of contracting wages and booming housing prices/car/cost of living is going to be a major problem within a decade, and both are caused by politics, not robots and software or .

The big question is what the social engineers who flooded a contracting wage/job market with with unskilled labor is going to tell them when they see the big dream was less than a faint hope – re read the day of the locust to get a glimpse of a populace that realizes the big utopian open borders, endless prosperity dream was a hoax.
commented 2017-08-07 19:19:16 -0400
“Want company Gary?? Move over I’m coming with you…”
For a minute there I thought people were heading down to Roxham Rd.
No such luck. Canadians don’t ‘rally’. Somebody else not me is the only thing I hear.

We’ve gone to the next phase now anyway. Nothing will change until the bleeding hearts like the resident with the accent , clearly not born here and those who are born here, learn the hard lesson. By then we will be far, far down the road. By then the only thing to make even a small difference will be to cutoff their welfare. What are the chances of getting that kind of leadership, and it will only address a small portion of the problem.
Seriously fked now. It makes me sick.
The only thing I am grateful for is that I don’t have any grandchildren to pass this screwed country over to. The baby boomers have failed to safeguard this country and it’s freedoms for the next generation. That is the responsibility of every generation for the next, and we failed. Hell, we didn’t even try.
commented 2017-08-07 19:17:31 -0400
As more and more flood into Quebec (before winter sets in) the rising tide will make it evident that JT welcome mat has reached far and wide. There will be no stopping the influx, and resources to screen everyone. JT will order an amnesty and that make things even worse.

Denis Coderre has already ordered the opening of another shelter, soon to be followed by another, and then another. He has an election coming this fall, so he’s virtue-signaling like an S.O.B. There is no one running against him, so he will be acclaimed. Federal Quebec Liberals have assured that there is no one stupid enough to actually want to become Mayor of Montreal, so JT’s hand is all over this.

As the numbers grow and things become more strained in Montreal, JT will order each and every province to take an allotment of refugees. There will be no saying no any to his demands. Ontario will roll over, as will Alberta. The numbers, however, have been downplayed, as some estimates claim the final numbers before winter could reach into the tens of thousands. Welcome mats and amnesties have a way of bringing the people out.

Imagine what will happen when the provinces will have to absorb 80,000 or more refugees? Imagine what will happen when JT issues his amnesty? Parliament is not in session, and I suspect will not be called back until the New Year. Will everyone have had enough of JT’s virtue-signalling by then?
commented 2017-08-07 19:08:04 -0400
ART VANDELAY commented 4 hours ago
Something tells me that if I ignore paying my taxes, one of these kind, gentle souls in the RCMP will show up at my front door with a glock.

No they wouldn’t show up with a Glock, the RCMP are all issued a stainless steel, Smith & Wesson Model 5946, double action, 9 X 19 mm pistol…
For your money, your guns, or your words, they show up now with a SWAT team.
Sunny Ways…
commented 2017-08-07 18:40:07 -0400
The problem is, Trudeau likes it through the back door.