I want to know what role George Soros plays in deciding immigration policy for the Canadian government.
According to an Angus Reid poll, 80 per cent of Canadians want immigration to be kept where it is, or even reduced. Only 6 per cent of Canadians want immigration increased.
But Trudeau and his immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen, have announced that they plan to jack numbers up to more than a million in the next three years — almost half of whom will be refugees or other drains on our social services.
So it’s obviously not the Canadian public that’s making the decision. Has Trudeau given Soros control over that?
That’s not a conspiracy theory or a speculation. It’s what happened, as we've reported before:
In September 2016, the Trudeau government partnered with Soros' Open Society Foundations to increase the number of "refugees" entering Canada.
What exactly is the agreement?
To find out, we sent a simple letter (see below) to the immigration department, under the Access to Information Law:
Regarding the agreement between the government of Canada, the UNHCR and the Open Society Foundation to launch a joint initiative aimed at increasing private sponsorship of refugees around the world, as announced at the below link, please provide copies of all background and supporting policy documents. Include copies of any agreements involved. Provide only final or latest versions of documents.
And they wrote back:
Following a thorough search of our information holdings, I regret to inform you that no records were found that respond to your request.
The government can’t do anything without a dozen bureaucrats being involved, without forms being filled out in triplicate. But they say there’s not a word.
Do you believe them?
They’re lying. We’re appealing this refusal — you can’t even call it a refusal, since they’re not saying they have info, but they’re just refusing to give it. They’re claiming there’s nothing to give.
The Access to Information law is clear: if there are relevant records, I have the right to be told that; and unless there is a special exemption, such as for national security, I have a right to see them.
They have not invoked any such exemption. They claim there’s nothing.
If Stephen Harper had signed an agreement, and told the world he was working on oil and gas policy with some American billionaire, you’d never hear the end of it. And if Harper would have said there are no records of this agreement, people would call him a liar, and of course they’d be right.
But it’s Trudeau. And it’s Soros. And it’s for mass immigration.
And the media is on Trudeau’s payroll now — and it seems a few of them may be on Soros’s payroll, too, if Europe is any guide.