December 05, 2017

Germany is paying Syrian migrants to go home. Will Canada do the same?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Vladimir Putin has announced that Syria is almost completely free of ISIS terrorists now.

So look at what Angela Merkel’s Germany is doing. She’s the one who invited in two million Muslim migrants. They’re now offering Syrian migrant families 3,000 Euros to go home.

That's a fraction of a sliver of what it costs to settle those refugees in the west. And that’s if you’re only counting economic costs. The social costs of misfit migrants in the west is enormous, just in terms of crime and the infusion of sharia culture.

Trudeau rushed in 40,000 poorly-vetted Syrian migrants to Canada. After two years, the unemployment rate for these migrants is still over 90 per cent. They haven’t learned English or French. They have no skills — most of them didn’t even have high school, and that’s a Syrian high school, not exactly useful over here.

They're jamming up food banks. On welfare.

(And no-one apparently told Syrian migrants that you can’t grope young men and women at the water park...) 

If Germany itself is paying Syrians three thousand euros — about $4500 Canadian — to go back — why don’t we?

Send them home to rebuild their country; to reconnect with family and neighbours; to take back their villages and towns. Heck, spend some money rebuilding their towns. A dollar over there would save us a hundred here.

Maybe some Canadians could get into our food banks and hospitals again. Maybe we’d have some money for our veterans again.

Syria is their home, not Canada, no matter what Trudeau and his echo chamber in the media party says...

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commented 2017-12-07 20:06:08 -0500
I know what you are saying Dan, I hear you. The likelihood of either scenario in Justin’s Canada is unlikely though. We are already in a pretty bad place, that is for sure.
commented 2017-12-07 19:54:32 -0500
LIZA ROSIE commented 19 hours ago
Of course it’s wrong Dan…"

I guess once you’re ‘forced’ to start voting for the lesser-of-evils, it all starts going downhill after that.
You become more pliant and ‘willing’ to ‘put-up’ with all the ‘little things’ that aren’t ‘right’ but not ‘big enough’ to have a revolution over. Pretty soon – BANG – here we are…in Post National Canada – past tense – because it’s 2017…Ohh Canada.
commented 2017-12-07 00:45:30 -0500
Of course it’s wrong Dan, but I would fly them home myself and go and set them up if it would get them out of my country. Except maybe for a few true apostates who love Canada for its free society and culture, but the rest should not be here.
commented 2017-12-06 22:53:21 -0500
Not one more red cent to those Islamic terrorists!
Round ‘em all up and turf them out…anywhere.
After we’ve razed all the Moslem forts – AKA mosques – and are dealing with the traitors who enabled the Islamic invasion of Canada, we will demand reparations from those Islamic states the terrorists invaded from!
Saying it’s cheaper to pay them off may make economic sense at this point – to some, but it’s still WRONG and all those other Islamists will still be here anyway…
commented 2017-12-06 21:58:25 -0500
Justin won’t want to, but surely there must be some Syrians who want to go home? Canadians sponsored families to come, why not sponsor families to leave. Some must miss their homeland?
commented 2017-12-06 17:47:16 -0500
Jihadi Justin will do no such thing! He likes his Muslim pets! He knows it is only a matter of time that the Muslim Terrorists he has welcomed back into the country and/or paid off with taxpayer monies will create such a ruckus that he will declare martial law, effectively turning Canada into a Sharia dictatorship!
commented 2017-12-06 14:28:14 -0500
I hate to be negative about a great German plan,( paying the Refugees to leave) but Merkel promised this 2 years ago, and never delivered.
commented 2017-12-06 14:13:43 -0500 is a great idea, but you should have a more prominent link to Rebel rather than the very subtle mention at the bottom of the webpages. Allowing university students the opportunity to be red-pilled by the contributors at the Rebel is a practical endeavor.
commented 2017-12-06 12:05:36 -0500
I had a cough for months. To rule out a big deal like tuberculosis I saw a doctor who did the endoscope, and barium and everything he could think of. Nothing wrong. As I walk out of the office he says offhand, “a cough like this is often just nervous”. So I switched to decaf for a couple weeks, and the cough goes away. -Paulie
PS after the cough is gone you can drink real coffee again.
commented 2017-12-06 11:33:54 -0500
The “Palestinians” are the UN’s perpetual refugees, defiling the UN’s own definition of “refugee”. Baby Doc Trudeau now has his own permanent refugees, Syrians will be our very own refugees in Refugee Camp Canada, paid for, housed by. supported by and fed by Canada with no sign of their integrating into our society, learning our language, learning skills, or accepting our laws.

True, a whole industry of learning Syrian language and ways will develop so government and social workers will be able to communicate with these “new Canadians”. But is it worth it? How many hundreds of millions will be spent annually for decades if not forever for this distinct society?

As Baby Doc Trudeau put it: “The very concept of a nation founded by European settlers is offensive to me. Old stock White Canadians are an unpleasant relic. and quite frankly, replaceable. And we will replace them.”
- Justin Trudeau, when asked to comment on his Open Borders immigration strategy.

I guess he is succeeding and we get to pay for his virtue signalling.
commented 2017-12-06 10:28:56 -0500
Ezra, the mistake you are making is to think that the influx of “refugees” was based on humanitarian concerns. It was not. The influx was bringing in future Liberal voters. Therefore we will never send them back. The risk of losing votes is too high. We’re stuck with hem.
commented 2017-12-06 07:21:50 -0500
Why pay them??? Open the gates and throw them out.
commented 2017-12-06 02:00:57 -0500
The other day I spoke with somebody who works for the Welcome Place here in Winnipeg. AKA the agency that works with immigrants. This person told me that it is a right for the border jumpers to be given some sort of refuge or a hearing if they get into the country.

That is how my tax dollar is getting spent.

Lets see if we will have more fake refugees try to sneak into Manitoba, and lose their fingers or die in a field.
commented 2017-12-06 00:56:53 -0500
That guy sitting on the steps, smoking and drinking coffee, he could go back to Syria and beat the snot out of his wife and not have to worry about ridiculous laws impeding his right to do so.
I am paying attention regarding the Morneau issue. I must remember during tax time to mention on my tax form about my French Villa. I don’t want to get a paralyzing two hundred dollar fine.
Ezra, great insight from Gordon Chang. I think the Campus Unmasked is a great idea, it will inform parents as to the twisted rejects there are teaching their children and how they come home with opposing views from the way they were raised.
commented 2017-12-06 00:18:25 -0500
Gordon Chang had some excellent advice for Justin. Such a rookie move on the part of the liberals to go in there like it was all a done deal. They should be embarrassed but I expect they will just be in a snit.
commented 2017-12-06 00:11:13 -0500
Ezra, I think Campus Unmasked is brilliant idea. It is time to shine a light on the rot in our educational institutions. I hope it also clicks some light bulbs on in the minds of some of these brainwashed students.
commented 2017-12-06 00:06:40 -0500
Huginkiss, that is a terrible tragedy. I will be looking for more info on that incident. I wonder what the senior who was accosted has to say? Are the two perps in custody?

Why wouldn’t at least some of those immigrants be interested in contributing to their own countries if the ISIS threat is gone from their areas. Especially if they all have your angry nasty opinion of Canadians. Why would that attitude be welcome. here?
commented 2017-12-05 23:52:51 -0500
Just thinking we might be able to convince some Syrians to return home gives me a surge of hope for this country. If our government is unwilling to set up a program as even Germany is doing, then maybe it can be accomplished here by the private sector and church organizations.
I suppose until the government comes to its senses it could just be a revolving door for some, coming and going just for the cash.
It would be a dream come true to have our country safe and secure and culture war free.
If we stopped the incoming and sent as many as possible back to their own home, I think there could be real hope for this country again. Of course we would have to oust Justin.
Huginkiss, how could anyone be happy about such a thing. I know nothing about it to comment.
commented 2017-12-05 23:40:16 -0500
Ezra, I know several people who have had the same bug this winter, and it took ages for the cough to dissipate.
Expectorant and heat.
Make that gunk get out and walk.
My two cents.
commented 2017-12-05 23:24:33 -0500
Why should people who can’t speak either official language, have no job, have no understanding of Canadian government, Canadian culture, Canadian laws or hockey be allowed to vote?
The rules for elections need to be reviewed so only Canadians who do not wear full face coverings can vote.
commented 2017-12-05 22:37:00 -0500
$4,500! Hell give them an Oar and a bag of chips and tell them to start rowing.

As for Trudeau, he is fast becoming Canada’s biggest embarrassment. He is a complete Idiot. He is dragging this Country down to his own level of mediocrities. The whole world is laughing at him. On the Nigal Farage show the other day, Nigal talks about doing trade with our (UKs) old friends, he mentions Australia and Canada but then says, ‘Well I’m not sure what is happening to Canada now, with their new PM.

Enough said.
commented 2017-12-05 22:06:40 -0500
Don’t worry Trudeau will pay them when they go home and even let them vote in the next election . Maybe even pay them welfare and a pension.
Funny how they pay all these illegals all the while cut off veterans .
Did you see the misfits at the negotiation table .Fud and Climate Barbie . The Chinese watching must have had a hard time keeping a straight face . What the hell was Fud doing there ?
commented 2017-12-05 21:46:43 -0500
I hand wrote and mailed a letter to the Salvation Army today; You put Refugees in the front of the line before our Homeless Veterans and Homeless Canadians, therefore after 30 years, no more donations.
commented 2017-12-05 21:39:57 -0500
One can only hope.
commented 2017-12-05 21:30:21 -0500
Space Moose, yep, I think you’re right!
commented 2017-12-05 21:22:48 -0500
I can already see the migrants taking the money and then moving to Canada. You know that is going to happen!
commented 2017-12-05 21:04:49 -0500
Pope Francis works for the New World Order don’t expect any sense out of him! Let’s get them on a plane and get them out of here! Out, out, out!
Wondering if China is so keen on Trump, if they did this to Trudeau out of loyalty to Trump?
Trudeau is so weak and phony it’s a turn off to everyone.
Campus Unmasked looks cool! Looking forward to watching! Hope you are feeling better soon, Ezra.
commented 2017-12-05 20:58:40 -0500
Would you return to a country with 3000 euro and face nothing but rubble? In Germany you get 800 euro a month 300 euro for every child a month apartments built for Muslims are rent free and water electricity and gas heating are free. All paid for through taxation of the German people. They also get free taxi and bus service and all the food and clothing you can steal . Some choice!
commented 2017-12-05 20:53:19 -0500
Iain Foulds, are you a Premium Content Subscriber?
You seem to have missed the topics Rob Shimshock has referred to in his interview tonight.