The other day I made the case that Austria and Poland — two countries that were the most dangerous to Jews 75 years ago — are now the safest. Because after the twin dangers of Communism and Nazism, those countries are on guard against Islamism.
Now the Czech Republic has cast its lot for freedom:
The top four parties in last week’s election are either right wing, or a so-called Pirate Party. It's a total rejection of the open borders mania that has gripped Germany and France.
And you may know that Hungary has also been against open borders for years now, under the leadership of prime minister, Viktor Orban. Orban is pretty much the polar opposite of his fellow Hungarian, George Soros.
And just last week Soros announced he’s transferred $18 billion into that lobby group.
Canada has one of the highest rates of immigration in the world. We tried to have some standards — speak English or French; have some education. We even had a handbook that said: no female genital mutilation or other “barbaric cultural practices.”
Trudeau has literally deleted those provisions; and he has moved from selecting refugees (albeit poorly) to letting scammers select themselves, basically taking everyone that Trump is throwing out. And all with Soros’s approval — and that of the media.
And the federal Conservatives.
I’ve never seen a more timid opposition than I have with Andrew Scheer and Michelle Rempel on the open borders file.
They are afraid of their own shadow...
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Professor Salim Mansur and I talk about the passage of Bill C-62, which forbids the wearing of face coverings, although in a limited extent. Does Mansur, a practising Muslim, thinks this bill goes far enough? Then Breitbart's Joel Pollak comments on former President George W. Bush's controversial speech which seemed to criticize Trump's policies (and some of his own former voters.)
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