March 02, 2017

Illegal Mexican migrants walking across border — from U.S. into Canada!

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Illegal immigrants are just walking right into Canada. From Mexico. How is that happening? Because, as you know, Mexico does not in fact share a border with Canada.

Well, that’s the amazing thing. They walked across the Mexico-U.S. border. Illegally.

They’ve been in the U.S. for months, maybe years — and then Donald Trump was elected.

According to the Vancouver Province:

"Between April of last year and Feb. 15, Vancouver’s Welcome Centre dealt with 1,140 refugee claimants, compared to 801 in the 2015-2016 fiscal year. About 80 per cent of those came here by crossing through Peace Arch Park or nearby, avoiding the controlled border crossings where they would be refused entry.”

(Can you really call yourself a reporter if you deem such people “refugees”?)

We’ve shown you the Somalis taking a cab from Minneapolis to the Manitoba border, and just walking across. Sometimes the RCMP greet them, like luggage bellhops.

And Trudeau has, bizarrely, lifted the visa requirements for people to come here from Mexico.

But even if we still had them in place, it doesn’t matter, if illegals just walk across the border anyway.

How many will come? How many is too many?

The only reasonable, logical, moral answer is that we will take no-one illegally.

And if you’re coming from the U.S., you are not a refugee...

Tonight's guests: Columnist Kurt Sclichter on the facts behind Attorney-General Jeff Session's so-called "Russian connections," and Christine van Geyn, Ontario Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, to try to make sense of Premier Wynne's hydro announcement.


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commented 2017-03-06 12:07:37 -0500
Imagine this……

It is incumbent upon each and everyone of us to recognize the inalienable right to our country’s sovereignty, it is sacrosanct to our identity/culture/society….‘full stop’…… It’s our inalienable right to screen & vet all immigrants crossing our borders . Why is it only a western fantasy that a country should not have enforceable borders ~!?!
Would masses of Christian refugees escaping abject hatreds, persecution & massacre in Pakistan be allowed to cross unchallenged into Afghanistan …. Demanding sanctuary ……. not bloody likely…… Not just crossing a country’s borders illegally and en masse but vociferously demanding unconditional asylum with living benefits, demanding very public Judeo-Christian privileges from the Afghan state…. demanding Judeo-Christian values have a place front & center in the Afghan Islamic society & culture . Demanding the creation of blasphemy laws so as not to be offended when objections are made about very public & supremacist Judeo-Christian manifestations ….. Imagine the death curdling screams of indignation from the minarets in Afghanistan……… yes imagine the furor ….
commented 2017-03-05 04:10:09 -0500
Trump needs to answer for this.

For all we know, this was his master plan.
commented 2017-03-03 20:31:51 -0500
Hi again. I am sorry, but I mistook Billy Howard’s post from last night with that of Allan Peterson. Allan – fine short and succinct explanation of your point on the Reformation. Sorry for the error.
Billy – I will return to the points of my post about being born again, etc. at another time. I know that the understanding of what is a Christian will come up again and I look forward to clarifying and expanding on my last night’s post.
commented 2017-03-03 20:24:06 -0500
Another point.
Billy Howard: You are right on the mark in regard to the Reformation. I would like to add something to your excellent answer last night.
The early church was established and grew on the foundation of the Bible and the faithfulness of the early believers to its teachings, in both doctrine and practice. For the first 300 years Christians were hounded and murdered off-and-on because they did not subscribe to a political ideology, but were peaceful and knew that the Bible taught that government and faith should be kept in their separate realms. The early believers were known as the people of the book, even by the first Muslims.
The problems arose when the Roman church decided to jump into bed with the secular government in the 4th century. Then came 1000+ years of corruption and power struggles. There were definitely bright lights, and the Bible was protected, but the authority in the church was no longer the Bible, but the Pope and his side-kicks. You grease my palm and I will grease yours!! This was not true biblical Christianity!
The Reformation was, as Billy pointed out, the reclaiming of the authority of Scripture, with people like John Wycliffe in England, Jan Hus in Bohemia, and others like Luther, the Anabaptists, John Calvin, John Knox, etc. in the 1500’s. It still took a couple of centuries for the protestant churches to shed this bondage to government (in some places that problem still exists, e.g., Roman Catholicism and Anglicanism) but Scripture was again the authority. That was the Christian Reformation – a return to the teachings of God in the Bible, teachings about the God of love, mercy, and forgiveness, as seen in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross for our sins and the promise of everlasting life, through his resurrection, to those who simply received this free gift of salvation.
Islam, however, started off differently. It was warlike and spread not by peace but by the sword. The Koran, which I have read and will read again soon, is a wretched book, full of condemnation and calls to violence against non-Muslims. Yes there are peaceful passages, but many are abrogated by violent ones. Violence and conquest was the way Islam spread starting right from the time of Mohammed.
But Islam was beaten back for a long time, and its warlike strategy was unsuccessful. So it lapsed into a stagnant period. What we are seeing now in ISIS and “so-called” radicalism is not really radicalism, but rather a true Islamic Reformation. Just as the Christian Reformation took the church back to its roots of Bible authority and an arms length separation of church from government, so this present Islamic Reformation is taking the Muslim world back to its roots in violence and faithfulness to the Koran and the teachings of Mohammed.
So when I read about Islam needing a Reformation – heads up folks – this is what is happening RIGHT NOW!!
commented 2017-03-03 19:49:10 -0500
Here is one thing I would like to clean up from my posts last night.
Peter Netterville: In my post I never used the word “literal” for Bible interpretation, so I am not “binary”. I fully realize that there are many genres of writing in the Bible: historical narratives, poetry, wisdom literature, parables, prophesy, legal texts, apocalyptic, and likely a few others. The Bible must be interpreted with this in mind.
What I did say was that a Christian must be seeking God’s truth in the Bible. The goal is to find an interpretive/hermeneutical approach that does justice to the context and genre of the text. I have been involved with nine different denominations in my 33 years as a Christian (we moved a lot), taught for 8 years in the Roman Catholic school system (though I have never been an RC), and was an ordained pastor in two different denominations. My library contains works from a very broad range of scholars, from a vast array of traditions and theological perspectives. I have a very high regard for a broad spectrum of scholars, though I would disagree with many on their interpretation of some Scripture.
But what all of these scholars have in common is this: They are sincerely seeking the truths of God in the Bible, not from People magazine, the Tapestry program on CBC radio, or social justice frauds/warriors like Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson.
Hopefully we are on agreement on these basics.
commented 2017-03-03 15:33:29 -0500
If they knock on our door in the middle of the night, I’ll be dropping them off to the closest RCMP officer. That’s the guy in the guard hut at 24 Sussex. He can take them right in to the tit who invited them.
commented 2017-03-03 15:33:28 -0500
If they knock on our door in the middle of the night, I’ll be dropping them off to the closest RCMP officer. That’s the guy in the guard hut at 24 Sussex. He can take them right in to the tit who invited them.
commented 2017-03-03 14:26:51 -0500
Where is Stephen Harper when we so desperately need him here in Canada?
commented 2017-03-03 13:46:59 -0500
Canada is soooo Over . . . . !
39% of our moron class voted for the “Drama” teacher . . . now we all have to live with the Drama!
commented 2017-03-03 11:50:15 -0500
How do we expect millennials to ever grow up, get out of the basement, get married ,buy a house and have kids if half their pay cheque is going to help refugees. It’s just another part of the plan to destabilize the country. We need Canadian babies,and people’s patience is going to wear thin by the next election when all they are working for is to feed refugees and not their own families. Allowing people to walk into the country anywhere along the border means we have no border, and our country is no longer secure. Our sovereignty is being tested.
commented 2017-03-03 11:41:33 -0500
I honestly feel Canada can barely take care of the needs of it’s own citizens. Hopefully our next PM will put an end to illegal immigration, but we have a few years to go & Canada may well be a very different country by then. How are we going to pay to support more people? Carbon tax? What next a breathing tax?, I am a very compassionate person, I don’t want anyone to suffer, but Canadians are suffering & Canadians must come first & foremost.
commented 2017-03-03 11:06:14 -0500
My point Muta Ween, was not to convince the liberals of anything, or Allen, that I had any faith in a reformation.

I think most Canadians are decent people, even if misinformed and trusting of their politicians. Who do you think these people who blindly follow, would say was the Islamophobe? Who do you think might have some chance of enlightening a few of them about the fundamentalist Islamist extremists Justin is flooding into our country and allowing to sit in our Parliament, a Muslim or joe conservative protesting in the street? Justin’s success is mostly due to the complexity of the situation and people’s lack of information, trusting nature and in many cases moral vanity. If people started hearing the truth from Muslims like Tarek and Raza who are brave enough to speak out for the ones who are not, it may start to make some of the reasonable Canadians who have just never gone there in their minds to do so. The more ‘aware’ Canadians, the more might behind the fight.

I loved your hockey puck analogy though, and of course there is nothing that will stop Justin and his mad clan before election time, save a revolt. However, a very large wrench could be put in the works if fewer Canadians were behind his insane plan. What else have we got?
commented 2017-03-03 11:01:53 -0500
Muta Ween: I think there is a large portion of the public who are open to hearing what the Rebel has to offer. I use to hold some of the beliefs espoused by the lefty media but only because I was hearing one side of the story. When confronted with the other side many of my beliefs have been drastically altered which is why I suspect the liberals would like to maintain that stranglehold on the media. I always tell people if I was on a jury I would want to hear what both sides had to say before rendering a verdict. Wouldn’t you? I have also found the interaction with other people here in the forum helpful in clarifying issues where they helped supply information I was unaware of. We may see the extremes when we watch the news but there is still allot of people who want to be open minded who just need to hear the a well argued point. I am starting to love the point counter point arguments I see daily in the news. A good example of this is with all the calls for investigations why is no one calling for an investigation into Obama.?
commented 2017-03-03 10:46:55 -0500
So legal entrants to Canada through airports and border stations are treated like criminals in many cases, but criminals entering Canada illegally from the USA, are treated as refugees with kid gloves? Has Canada lost all common sense?
commented 2017-03-03 10:15:51 -0500
The call for reformation of islam is a non-starter. When the Protestant Reformation happened it was a return to the text of the Bible as the ultimate authority- sola scriptura. It was not a change of the text it was a return to it. A re formation.

A return to the text of the koran will not result in moderates it will result in radicals who are the true adherents to islam. The moderates are what the koran calls them- apostates. So if you are going to be an apostate and risk losing your life why not abandon the hateful, misogynistic ways of isalm completely?
commented 2017-03-03 10:11:18 -0500
We are witnessing the intentional destruction of Canada, by the globalist liberal & NDP parties, to appease their Islamic leaders at the UN. They could careless about real Canadians, the goal is to destroy everything, including the people, and allow the devil and his Islamic army to take over our country. This is a major crime against humanity, and one day they will answer for it.
commented 2017-03-03 10:05:35 -0500
PAUL DIXON “So who do we vote for?”

Paul, Alberta has the Wild Rose party. Perhaps the disgruntled in Ontario should start a similar party. Perhaps the Trillium Part since that is your provincial flower. Better get with it. Times a wasting.
commented 2017-03-03 09:26:28 -0500
@space’s only a matter of time for Newfoundland. Soon the Grand Banks and the Flemish Cap will be littered with wrecks of unseaworthy rust buckets that got diverted from being en route to breaking beaches in India by human trafficers in the Mediterranean. And you can bet there will be some George Soros money involved.
commented 2017-03-03 08:31:26 -0500
Interesting that Trump is praising our immigration policy while Junior is attempting to do an end run around it.
commented 2017-03-03 08:25:26 -0500
Canada is an energy super power, there is absolutely no reason whatsoever for any province in Canada to live in energy poverty. The mismanagement of the Ontario energy file is nothing short of obscene. Our gov’t needs to unshackle the Oil & Gas industry in this country & do what is best for Canada & for Canadians. Patrick Brown is such a disappointment,but maybe the lesser of two evils.
commented 2017-03-03 06:26:01 -0500
Liza Rosie , If you want to influence and change the minds of liberals you are going to have to practice up a bit. I suggest you go down to your local Walmart or sports store and purchase half a dozen hockey pucks . Set them around your dinner table and explain to them all your concerns about the present course of the country using pristine logical arguments. When you have convinced the hockey pucks, you will be more than capable of influencing your liberal friends and perhaps a few liberal politicians.
commented 2017-03-03 01:57:09 -0500
Paul Dixon I also am torn and have trouble with the concept of ‘moderate’ Muslim. It just seems so counter intuitive to everything I have read in the teachings. I revisited Tarek Fatah’s address to Canada’s Senate Committee on National Security and Defence, and I have to applaud him. He, Raza, and the minority of Muslims like them, really are the only weapon we have against Trudeau’s lies about the Islam that he is importing. Regardless of my inability to reconcile ‘moderate’ with what I have researched, and believe any reformation,( if it ever could be achieved ) may take a century or two, I think we need them; if for no other reason than what they speak about shines a light on the Islam that is changing the face of our country. They speak the truth about the fundamentalism. The more often and louder they speak up the more discomfort the ‘other side’ will feel. We need to make waves any way we can. I respect their efforts.

If anyone is interested in viewing that committee meeting here is the link.
commented 2017-03-03 01:54:32 -0500
I would like Ezra to visit Emerson, Manitoba, to tell us the real story of the fake refugees sneaking over.
commented 2017-03-03 00:58:08 -0500
Drew Wakariuk—-“All the useful idiots think there is a money tree to pay for it all and someone else will do all the work.”
Drew, you just described the Federal NDP’s new bible called the “Leap Manifesto” I believe it will bury them in 2019.
Bravo Zulo—-Last months stats showed that after almost 1.5 years, 83% of Trudeau’s refugees are unemployed. Exactly the same number (83%) in Germany after 2 years.
commented 2017-03-03 00:13:09 -0500
So – now Canada is becoming a lawless country – except for Canadians???? The very same Canadians – his despicable highness is taxing the shit out of to pay for all these fraudulent exercises of Treason?!
NOTE to TruDope: It would be well advised for you to FOLD your Lieberal government & get the hell out before you are the main event in a national hunt!
You treat our soldiers, patriots & elderly like despicable terrorists and then thieve the shit out of the very same peoples – and You, Despicable highness think you will get away with this?! – It’s time every rational Canadian give their heads a shake and realize just what the hell is happening here!!
commented 2017-03-03 00:02:28 -0500
Absolutely Ezra. Raheel and Tarek Fatah as well, should be on as much as possible and supported. They are the only thing between us and the lie that Justin is trying to force on us. I’m sure they are the voice of many Muslims who have renounced violent jihad, Islamic fundamentalism and wish to become Canadians like the rest of us. They are in the minority in Canada as far as I can tell, but a voice which must be heard, a point of view which must be considered and an attitude towards Canada which should be encouraged and rewarded not silenced. Does Trudeau not realize that Canada is beginning to question his motives?

Rebelation thanks for the lead on another good example. I will check him out.
commented 2017-03-02 23:24:34 -0500
I’m not surprised that the media lies, and I’m not surprised the legislators covered it up. I’m just surprised how many people bought it
commented 2017-03-02 23:08:10 -0500
Maybe you could source out additional correspondents while you’re there Ezra? Is there a Freedom Fighter within Palestine that will give you the goods?
commented 2017-03-02 23:05:37 -0500
We all love Raheel Ezra, of course we want you to champion her. May I suggest also you look into adding Salim Mansur. For those that don’t know him, he’s a professor in London Ont. He’s a Libertarian Muslim. He wrote a book called Delectable Lie, which ends by asking the gov not to bring any more of “his kind” (Muslims) into the country. Maybe he could even evolve into your London correspondent?