April 28, 2018

Brad Trost: The impact of Canada's migrant crisis

Rebel Staff

On last night's episodeBrad Trost, Conservative MP for Saskatoon-University, joined me to discuss the impact of Canada's growing migrant crisis.

When Donald Trump first announced his travel ban, Trudeau tweeted:

To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength

Ever since that tweet, Canada has experienced a surge in migrants sneaking into Canada illegal from the United States.

These illegal migrants are threatening the sustainability of Canada's socialized healthcare system, and are flooding shelter's in Toronto. John Tory now has to seek assistance from the federal and provincial governments to deal with the migrants who now make up 37.6% of Toronto shelter claimants. 

Rather than address the crisis they caused, Trudeau's Liberals are using this to smear Conservative MPs raising the issue as "racists" and "bigots".

We also discussed the performance of Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer, Brad thinks that because Trudeau is doing "so many dumb stupid things" that Scheer is having trouble deciding which issue to focus on.

WATCH our full interview to see why LEGAL immigrants are among the strongest opponents to ILLEGAL immigration, and what Brad has in mind for his political future.

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commented 2018-05-01 09:54:06 -0400
What about my dental Hussen?
Respect our borders or give the job to somebody who will. Hussen is not fit to be Canada’s immigration minister.
commented 2018-05-01 09:49:17 -0400
FEFW I agree with you about the anthem and flag. I fly the Maple Leaf and the Ensign, but I’d like to see that changed back. The Maple leaf is part of Pierre’s commie dream for Canada. They can mess with the Anthem all they want it will never be mutilated in the hearts and minds of those Canadians who love this country enough to respect our legit forefathers and what they built for us.
Damn the post modernists, they can go to hell.
commented 2018-05-01 04:32:42 -0400
I guess I should’ve said Canadian charter
commented 2018-04-30 23:19:31 -0400
Only a bloody postmodernist marxist would call Pierre and Cretien ‘founding fathers’ What a flippin insult. I threw up in my mouth.
You’re right about the Commonwealth countries though. Maybe its time to close the door to all countries unless the applicant speaks English, does not subscribe to sharia on any level, for their wife( only one gets in) and vows to live by Canadian law only.

Sick sick sick of this and sick of people like you who don’t give a shit about this country. Your attitude makes me sick, you would flush everything people built many generations before your mother popped your sorry ass onto Canadian soil for the first time. You don’t deserve Canada, you have NO respect for it.

Go live in Sweden. they don’t give a shit about their history either. I’m done with you.
commented 2018-04-30 17:41:09 -0400
Andrew Gordo Steele Stephenson, you OWE everyone an explanation as to why you lied about holding a PhD, especially those who hold/earned a valid one. you are a pathetic little liar.
commented 2018-04-30 14:43:42 -0400
“Flat earth. .Flat water commented 2 hours ago
Maybe the founding fathers believed that we had enough common sense to just carry-on from what they left us and not de-evolve into Metro central.. It all starts with the changing of the national anthem to be inclusive so nobody’s got hurt feelings over the lyrics “of all our sons command” or” true North strong and free" or any of the other lyrics that the fringe felt it was necessary to change and start the neutering process from the national anthem down ."

The “in all thy sons command” isn’t even the original lyrics. The line in question was originally “True patriot love thou dost in us command.”, and the recent revision actually brings it closer to the original.

“But what I find distressing is that nobody talks about what Pierre Elliott Trudeau did to the constitution to make Justin’s take over bid possible.. Pierre Elliott Trudeau changed so many things in the Canadian constitution to make Canada the worlds first post national sovereign-less country who’s true identity has being hood sacked and kidnapped but not for ransom but for execution . "

We didnt’ have a constitution until Trudeau Sr. We were still a semi-independent colony until repatriation. And, those "changes’ were also a reversion to the original – Canada as originally founded basically threw the doors wide open to all comers, but progressively tightened them (eg, head tax 1885, Chinese Exclusion Act 1923), before finally evolving into the modern version over about a 30 year period spanning multiple prime ministers. Trudeau was merely finishing the job that started under Diefenbaker two decades earlier.
commented 2018-04-30 12:25:18 -0400
You mean the fake doctors the ones who cannot pass Canadian standards medical equivalency exam.
commented 2018-04-30 12:20:48 -0400
Sure Just try to build any church in Pakistan, India,Nigeria.
commented 2018-04-30 12:05:54 -0400
Maybe the founding fathers believed that we had enough common sense to just carry-on from what they left us and not de-evolve into Metro central.. It all starts with the changing of the national anthem to be inclusive so nobody’s got hurt feelings over the lyrics “of all our sons command” or" true North strong and free" or any of the other lyrics that the fringe felt it was necessary to change and start the neutering process from the national anthem down .
But what I find distressing is that nobody talks about what Pierre Elliott Trudeau did to the constitution to make Justin’s take over bid possible.. Pierre Elliott Trudeau changed so many things in the Canadian constitution to make Canada the worlds first post national sovereign-less country who’s true identity has being hood sacked and kidnapped but not for ransom but for execution .
It needs to be changed back with a few protections instituted so that generational politicians don’t have a chance to take advantage of any weak spots.
commented 2018-04-30 12:02:09 -0400
oops, and I forgot to mention – that since Canda’s foramtion took120 years from concept to full implementation (between Charlottetown Accord and having our Constitution on our own soil), the term “founding father” becomes pretty broad. The final act of independence, the Constitution Act and the associated Charter, was signed by Pierre Trudeau and Jean Chretien, making both of them founding fathers.
commented 2018-04-30 11:56:57 -0400
liza rosie commented 22 hours ago
Lets say from commonwealth countries, (not just Europeans) that is more appropriate and to the point, because this is not a racial thing as much as it is some shared history and culture thing. As I have previously posted there are 53 Commonwealth countries we could be choosing from. Isn’t that diverse enough for you Andrew? I think it is a pretty good compromise, and the third world can be aided in situ. "

Four of our top ten source countries (India, Pakistan, Nigeria, and the UK) are already in the Commonwealth, and this cutoff excludes several others, like France, the US, and the Phillipines, all countries with significant Euro-Christian cultural influences.
commented 2018-04-30 11:46:12 -0400
liza rosie commented 22 hours ago
Now Andrew is going to argue, who are the founding fathers of Canada. Read a history book. The founding fathers were people who came from Europe, settled and built this country. They were here before others from other ethnicity’s and cultures came and were allowed in because we said they could enter, by following our stringent immigration process. That stringent immigration process has morphed and is now abused to such an extent as to be putting our sovereignty and our people at risk. It is an invasion by a corrupt government on its own people. A treasonous invasion"

The Founding Fathers built a country that doesn’t specifically define “Canadian”, and we are a nation that values individual freedom. Which is to say, you can do what you want (culture, religion, gender) as long as it doesn’t unreasonably infringe upon others. Letting in Muslim immigrants or embracing gender diversity in no way impacts the existing population, who remains free to practise their own traditions no matter what their neighbours are doing. Largely because of the disparities between Upper and Lower Canada, and the later development patterns in the West, the country is pluralistic by design.

Can we discriminate by source country? The answer is … no. The head tax was specifically designed as a workaround to that inability, since back in the 1880s the nascent province of BC was taking in a LOT of Asian immigrants, which threatened the WASPish establishment afraid of cultural dilution (sound familiar? I allude to “yellow peril” for a reason). 130 years later, turns out they integrate just fine. Having spent a large part of my childhood in the Lower Mainland, I’m comfortable with the fact you can’t tell how “old stock” someone is by their skin colour. I’m fourth generation, but my Sihk neighbour was fifth gen.

That leaves economics, but today’s immigrant pool is far more educated and has far greater economic potential than the peasant farmers imported by the million a hundred years ago, solely to strengthen territorial claims in the West (and… which resulted in enclavization, often still evident today; eg Ukrainians in Manitoba – my grandfather was born in Canada in one such enclave, he could barely speak English right to the day he died). That they do poorly is not do to poor education, or lack of desire to work, but rather, lack of credential recognition and/or of “Canadian work experience”. We need doctors, we allow doctors to immigrate, they want to be doctors, but they end up driving taxis.
commented 2018-04-30 10:59:25 -0400
Sounds like my kind of place Ron.
I’m sure Alaska will never be saying that they take in more asylum (illegals) seekers than legit claims.
Too bad Canada has to put up with this stupid kid running us into the ground and out of our own country. I am so sick of these soy boy globalists.

I don’t know which country that has gone down this road will turn things around first, or if it is even possible, but if one pulls out of the ditch and starts cleaning house, all but the very stupid will be emboldened to do the same. Momentum is what is needed. I pray for a clean Brexit for Britain. I am so grateful to the countries in eastern Europe who have said NO from the beginning. I hope we can all reclaim our countries. The European Union must dissolve, The UN must be ignored.
commented 2018-04-30 10:38:44 -0400
Liza Rosie—You guessed correctly, as no Foreign Religion will take over Alaska ever. Nice people, but they will protect what they have, not like Mississauga Ontario. I forgot to mention that Alaska is a beautiful untouched clean place.
commented 2018-04-30 10:28:26 -0400
Robert MCClelland—I’m happy about the EU poll results, especially the results in Sweden. Their elections are coming up in Sept. this year. The leftist Government has hired 100 more Police recently to stop the Right wing marches, even though they said that they had no money to hire more Police to stop crime in the previous years.
Sweden’s Party for Democracy is running at around 26%, while the UK’s true Democracy Party’s are running at less than 2%. Who is going to get back Democracy first?
commented 2018-04-30 07:24:28 -0400
Liam Deacon of Breitbart, London reports that in an EU wide poll the majority of respondents think the integration of migrants has been “unsuccessful” and that the figure in Sweden has risen to 73 per cent. Apparently, diversity is not so much their strength.
commented 2018-04-30 00:21:31 -0400
That must have been an awesome job Ron. I have never been all the way up. Yes Alaska sounds a bit less nanny state and a lot more ‘normal’. I never would have thought Islam would be building North America’s largest Mosque and Islamic centre funded by Saudi Arabia up in Fort Mac. I would have thought the climate and terrain too harsh. I don’t think there are as many in Alaska yet, according to wiki in 2017, total pop. 739,818 and somewhere between 1000 and 5000 followers of Islam (not very specific). It sounds pretty live and let live up there, so I can’t imagine Islam taking over the place.
I don’t care for Islam, I feel sorry for Muslims , I love Apostates.
I imagine Alaska is too cold and a long trek for the latest caravan from South America I would think. The thought enters my mind often these days. Where to go for some peace and normalcy.
commented 2018-04-29 23:18:11 -0400
Liza Rosie—Liza Rosie—I made 16 trips to Alaska, working on the S.S. Prince George, a cruise ship. The Harbor of Juneau. the Capital, is identical to Vancouver Harbor, only smaller.
No Personal Income Tax or Sales Tax; in fact the Alaska Permanent Fund corporation gives it’s residents a cheque.
The worry is once the Mohamouds find out about these benefits, they will flood the place.
commented 2018-04-29 22:53:45 -0400
Judy, yes every day
commented 2018-04-29 22:46:27 -0400
Jay Kelly is a Russian Troll.
commented 2018-04-29 20:23:05 -0400
Jay Kelly, Chechnya is an Islamic State composed of Caucasian Muslims. Islam is NOT a race, it’s an ideology. It is scientifically proven that nations with a mean IQ of 98 or lower, historically have not been able to sustain Democracy as a political system. This has more to do with inbreeding than skin color. Your Left Wing rhetoric is scientifically unsubstantiated, and frankly becoming tiresome.

“Even more evidence can be shown with Chechen inbreeding. I can’t find any data on Chechen IQ, so lets use the closest country to Chechnya, which is Georgia with an average of 94. Since inbreeding can depress IQ 2.5 to 10 points, Chechnya’s average IQ should be somewhere around the mid-80s. This shows similarity with the consanguinity rate.” -Journal of Abnormal Psychology

“Why Your Nation’s IQ Matters” https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsh_b70NSFQ
commented 2018-04-29 16:33:35 -0400
I’m with you on not wanting a conservative in name only. this new watered down party they call ‘big tent’ is not my cup of tea either. I think they could win with a traditional party platform. I think he was my second choice, but I know better now, unfortunately too late. He counters well on some things in question period but I really wonder if he will follow through if he gets in. I wish Bernier hadn’t got bumped. I’m also ticked off at Harper for not grooming and familiarizing us with a good alternative. When Harper left so did all the adults. It is an odd time for Canada. We have never needed a Churchill more than we do today and there is no one in sight.

Judy, yes. I am eyeing Alaska.
commented 2018-04-29 16:02:29 -0400
Andrew… you sound pathetic, now pull your skirt down because your autism is showing again and nobody wants to see that.. Have some decency girl I just ate.
commented 2018-04-29 15:45:35 -0400
@ Judy Anonymous.
Yes, all the time, Judy. Perhaps we could organize a caravan.
commented 2018-04-29 15:32:22 -0400
Any Canadians here thought about Jumping the Border the other way?
commented 2018-04-29 14:20:53 -0400
Liza Rosie asked, Isn’t Scheer as leader a done deal?
Yes, unless the polls change, or Bernier makes a another move on forming another Party.
The Conservative Party Executives are in full control. If it looks dismal in 6 months, the Party could call a Leadership Review if they choose. They have to consider that the difference was only 66 votes last time.
commented 2018-04-29 13:50:05 -0400
Liza Rosie asked," Ron, is there any avenue in Parliamentary law to actually do that?"
A Party can always replace its Leader if he/she gets sick, dies or goes to jail. However if Scheer won the Election, most of the non-believers like me would be silenced.
The part that can go wrong is, he keeps Trudeau’s Policies on Mass Immigration,running the debt up and Climate Change. This is what many of us are afraid of, even with the small chance he has of winning.
All I am saying is this coming 2019 election is like the Stanley Cup; your team better have its best scorer leading your team.
commented 2018-04-29 13:43:21 -0400
Lets say from commonwealth countries, (not just Europeans) that is more appropriate and to the point, because this is not a racial thing as much as it is some shared history and culture thing. As I have previously posted there are 53 Commonwealth countries we could be choosing from. Isn’t that diverse enough for you Andrew? I think it is a pretty good compromise, and the third world can be aided in situ.
commented 2018-04-29 13:35:14 -0400
Ron, we got lucky with Brown, it was a godsend. However, how do you propose we manage another leader of the federal opposition before the election? Isn’t that sort of a done deal?
commented 2018-04-29 13:31:31 -0400
Now Andrew is going to argue, who are the founding fathers of Canada. Read a history book. The founding fathers were people who came from Europe, settled and built this country. They were here before others from other ethnicity’s and cultures came and were allowed in because we said they could enter, by following our stringent immigration process. That stringent immigration process has morphed and is now abused to such an extent as to be putting our sovereignty and our people at risk. It is an invasion by a corrupt government on its own people. A treasonous invasion.

Canada is one of, if not the most multicultural country in the world, so don’t give me that white supremacist sht, it obviously does not apply. At this point I too, only want European people , enough with the demographic shift from Islamic and other third world countries. Enough already. I don’t want to be extinct in my own country and its not racist to feel that way. I want to protect my culture, my history and the only way to do that now, is to not allow more people in from incompatible cultures. The limit has been reached of third world migrants.
We can help people where they live. We don’t have to let in the entire third world!