The good news is we have some sanity inside the federal government, the bad news is, the sanity isn’t in charge of dealing with the illegal immigrant crisis which continues to grow. So where is the sanity?
For now it’s at CSIS where director Michael Coulombe said terrorism remains the greatest security threat to Canada, especially ISIS which continues to use social media to recruit fighters from Canada to join their cause overseas.
Here’s part of what Coulombe wrote in the service’s annual report:
“These extremists also pose a potential threat if they return to Canada. For instance, they may radicalize others, help with logistics and financing for those who may want to travel abroad, or engage in attack planning here in Canada.”
Good point by Director Coulombe, but given what we witnessed in the U.S. under Obama and how they push the idea right wing extremists are the real threat, we’ll see if it lasts in CSIS reports or if we’ll soon see claims that non-existent groups like the white supremacists behind the Montreal bomb hoax are the ones Trudeau forces CSIS to focus on.
But while CSIS has sanity, the Public Safety department that they report to, the one headed up by Ralph Goodale, does not.
Watch as I outline the deficiencies and why they will cause problems on many fronts including public safety and the costs involved in dealing with fake refugees.
As you know, we’ve been calling for them to do something with our “No Illegals” campaign.
If you haven’t done so yet then please sign the petition at NoIllegals.ca and then share it and this video on social media.
If you have signed then please share this video on social media so that your fellow Canadians know what is going on.
Most media outlets are cheering for the illegals, they want the government to let them walk in the front door as a way to tell off Donald Trump.
Like most sane Canadians, I say no. That makes a mockery of the rule of law, it makes a mockery of our already generous immigration system and it won’t end well for Canada.
So please, go now, sign the petition at www.NoIllegals.ca and send the government a strong message.