August 10, 2017

Fake Refugees By The Numbers

Faith GoldyArchive

It's no secret that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn't very good at math. 

He's the same man who thinks "budgets balance themselves" and that economies are sorted from "the heart outwards."

Tonight, I take the show to a white board armed with nothing more than a marker and some simple mathematics of our illegal migrant crisis— and the numbers will shock you!

Then, Amanda Ellen of LiberalNotLefty.com joins me to discuss the Google fiasco which saw 28-year-old James Damore fired for simply stating the science of why women and men differ.

Are university codes of social justice and political correctness now dominating the corporate world?

And is this just the beginning?

Plus, I talk YouTube censorship for wrong-think and what The Rebel is doing to ensure our journalism isn't suppressed.

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commented 2017-08-13 04:41:18 -0400
“So it is time for the bot, Ayan, to repeat his standard post.”

Afraid of the truth?

What about being killed in an attack involving immigrants? The probability of that is very negligible – 1 in 3.6 million. The chances of being killed by a refugee are 1000 times more negligible at 1 in 3.64 billion. That’s 0.000000028%.

http://bigthink.com/paul-ratner/what-are-the-chances-of-being-killed-by-a-terrorist-attack-on-us-soil

“While the city had long been home to a smattering of Irish immigrants, the summer of 1847 saw a deluge: 38,000 between June and October, driven across the Atlantic by a potato blight that was starving the country.

The city was “absolutely overwhelmed,” said Mark McGowan, a professor of Irish Canadian history at the University of Toronto.

Just about 2,000 of those “faminities” wound up staying in the city — the rest spread across southern Ontario and farther afield — but in a city of about 30,000, the Irish influx was huge. By 1851, a quarter of the city’s population was Irish Catholic."

https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/03/14/19th-century-toronto-irish-immigrants-a-lesson-in-upward-mobility.html

The majority of refugees in Quebec are from Haiti. They are Christians, not Muslims. Which raises the question as to why Ezra Levant and the like want to help Christian refugees in the Middle East but not those from Haiti? Do they really care about Christian refugees? Or are they just trying to exploit the misfortunes of people in order to incite Islamophobia? I guess pointing out that these Christian refugees from Haiti are being persecuted by Trump as opposed to Muslims won’t raise funds and sell books!

Yet another lie and double standard of Ezra Levant and the like exposed!

More lies exposed from Ezra Levant and the like.

Canada has just about 4 refugees per 1,000 population, compared to more than 20 refugees per 1,000 in Jordan, Chad, Lebanon, Nauru, Turkey and South Sudan.

Refugees receive limited, if any, social assistance from government authorities.

Refugees and others seeking protection in Canada are not threats to security – they are seeking security and protection from threats to their own lives.

Refugee claimants all go through a front-end security screening. Through this process, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) checks all refugee claimants on arrival in Canada. Since the screening was put in place in 2001, the number of claimants found to represent any kind of security concern has been statistically insignificant.

It is far more difficult to enter Canada as a refugee than as a visitor, because the refugee determination process involves security checks by CSIS and the RCMP, fingerprinting and interviews. It is not likely that a person intending to commit a violent act would expose themselves to such detailed examinations. The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act excludes refugee claimants if they are found to be inadmissible on the basis of security, serious criminality, organized criminality or human rights violations.

http://ccrweb.ca/en/myths-facts

Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon and Iran are among the top 5 countries in the world that host refugees.

http://www.unhcr.org/en-us/figures-at-a-glance.html
commented 2017-08-13 04:39:07 -0400
“Do you even have an idea about the lives of citizens living in totalitarian regimes like Pakistan and Iran??”

If you are ignorant of the fact that Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon and Iran are among the top 5 countries in the world that host refugees, you can always go back to school and learn some new stuff.
commented 2017-08-12 23:47:21 -0400
Ayan Ray, its been some time I have been following your posts and I must say you have to stop embarrassing yourself with your monotonously outrageous comments.

“Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon and Iran are among the top 5 countries in the world that host refugees”.

Do you even have an idea about the lives of citizens living in totalitarian regimes like Pakistan and Iran?? Which refugee fleeing systematic persecution would like to seek refuge in these countries, except if there are some you probably talk to in your wild dreams!!

Time to shake yourself and come to your senses buddy.
commented 2017-08-12 02:09:49 -0400
CANADIAN MONGREL commented 1 day ago
So it is time for the bot, Ayan, to repeat his standard post.

And he did. Gotta love the big lug.
commented 2017-08-12 01:46:03 -0400
More lies exposed from Ezra Levant and the like.

Canada has just about 4 refugees per 1,000 population, compared to more than 20 refugees per 1,000 in Jordan, Chad, Lebanon, Nauru, Turkey and South Sudan.

Refugees receive limited, if any, social assistance from government authorities.

Refugees and others seeking protection in Canada are not threats to security – they are seeking security and protection from threats to their own lives.

Refugee claimants all go through a front-end security screening. Through this process, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) checks all refugee claimants on arrival in Canada. Since the screening was put in place in 2001, the number of claimants found to represent any kind of security concern has been statistically insignificant.

It is far more difficult to enter Canada as a refugee than as a visitor, because the refugee determination process involves security checks by CSIS and the RCMP, fingerprinting and interviews. It is not likely that a person intending to commit a violent act would expose themselves to such detailed examinations. The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act excludes refugee claimants if they are found to be inadmissible on the basis of security, serious criminality, organized criminality or human rights violations.

http://ccrweb.ca/en/myths-facts

Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon and Iran are among the top 5 countries in the world that host refugees.

http://www.unhcr.org/en-us/figures-at-a-glance.html
commented 2017-08-11 19:08:22 -0400
Why doesn’t someone call the military police about this? Seriously! There must be someone who oversees the RCMP!!! SOMEONE must be unhappy with the RCMP already, and whoever that someone is, they need to know this is happening! For Real.
commented 2017-08-11 10:22:22 -0400
KRISPY…You are so right and PM FLUFFY is so dismal in his responses it is almost unbearable as a Canadian to even listen to him. I honestly think that if I was walking past him on the street I would risk a jail sentence just to drill that potato nose of his with a solid right cross. I hate and loathe that son of a bitch and when that’s not bad enough I think back to Pierre. Between the two of them look what has become of our once SOVEREIGN nation. I posted on the Rebel back in April what a shit show this would become in the summer….voila….it reminds me of goose hunting in my younger years. One of us would spot a flock and holler “here they come”. And many times it was flock after flock just like these NON REFUGEE migrants, WITH NO END IN SIGHT. Globetrotting diaper boy is taking us down. Showering the world with Canadian money (sweat) from the tax payer, and if that runs low he BORROWS to shower the globe with more. All the while the hordes from the middle east will continue to roll in and added to the Liberal Party of Canada voter list. With slime balls like Goodale running shotgun, and the despicable cbc manipulating the dialogue, the future looks dark. F%&^(&$*CK. What is left of us Conservatives must stand strong…and have faith…there is still that glimmer of hope.
commented 2017-08-11 09:47:28 -0400
FAITH EINSTEIN , I prefer your math to the CRIMEMINISTERS math , it’s math , has criminal intentions and horrifying results

The old fashioned liberals that AMANDA represents , will not vote for the CRIMEMINISTER again , they can see there’s no safe future for them and their offspring , so have her on the REBEL , and the sensible liberals will be watching the REBEL for their real news
Oh ! Sensible Liberals , you must be regretting BIGGLY , that you voted for a global feminist airhead
commented 2017-08-11 04:12:01 -0400
The Canadian border agents’ union reported yesterday that 400 illegals are crossing into Canada every day. They are overworked and can process only 200to225 illegals per day.

400 times 365 = 146,000 a year. At one border crossing.

It’s a crisis situation, and from our PM today not a word.

Most are Haitian, but there are others from Columbia, Venezuela, Central America, Mexico, Turkey, Mid-East, Africa and India.

Some are flying to NYC. Others fly to South America and work their way up, as told so glowingly by the CBC:
ww .cbc.ca/news/world/african-migrants-mexico-dreams-canada-1.3992471

They’re coming from India as well. India: population 1.327 BILLION. If only 1 in 10,000 reach our borders we’ll have a situation like in Italy or Greece.

And now we have f!-cking Peter Pan running the country telling the whole world “come one come all, free buffet”.
commented 2017-08-11 03:38:13 -0400
Hey Justin…
“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples’ money.” -Margaret Thatcher
commented 2017-08-11 02:24:46 -0400
Now why would I want a rebel app on my computer?

If Google puts down the foot on the rebel, then that means everybody with an Android phone or tablet will not be able to use the app.

There are other websites that the rebel can use to host the videos. There is no need to create an app.
commented 2017-08-10 23:54:30 -0400
MARK PRICE, well said. French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville who visited the U.S. trying to understand why America didn’t turn out like the bloody French Revolution, is paraphrased as saying, ‘For America to be great, America has to be good’. Morality matters.
commented 2017-08-10 22:56:08 -0400
- Space Moose – the app can be downloaded onto your computer & laptop as well.
commented 2017-08-10 22:51:06 -0400
- Trudeau doesn’t care about what happens to Canada. He’s a globalist. He cares about getting the praise of other globalists. Looking at the numbers – wow, who’s going to pay for all their free stuff? Oh, right, us taxpayers (suckers).

- Amanda seems like an up & coming star. Time will tell.

- Infowars created their app some time ago for the same reason. It would be a good idea even if there was no threat of censorship.
commented 2017-08-10 22:22:15 -0400
So now Trudeau is importing Haitian voodoo curses. How long before the zombie apocalypse hits and we turn Canada into the same shithole as Haiti. Hide the puffer fish.
commented 2017-08-10 22:01:22 -0400
If Google is out to censor the rebel, they will shut down the rebel app through android. I would hate to see all that money spent on an app that gets banned by Google.
commented 2017-08-10 21:55:08 -0400
Great show Faith.
Trudeau’s math has never added up; he will shrug and add another tax to pay for his open border dream. The mindless hairdo is too busy taking another vacation, while it’s beautiful in Tofino; he really needs to look at this as a crisis and deal with it by instructing our military to protect our border. The longer he leaves it, the more angry Canadians will be. Especially the taxpaying Canadian who already looks at the Liberals as thieves, we are taxed to the hilt & I’m sick of it.

Thanks for introducing us to Amanda Ellen. She speaks well and with confidence, I would say she has a good head on her shoulders. Looking forward to her return.
commented 2017-08-10 21:52:37 -0400
I disagree with Amanda Ellen’s comment about morality being separate from legislation. Contrary to popular belief, separation of church and state does not mean separation of morality from government. If you separate morality from government, you end up with an immoral government. And that’s one of the biggest problems with government these days.
commented 2017-08-10 21:17:00 -0400
So it is time for the bot, Ayan, to repeat his standard post.