February 10, 2016

Sold-out hotel taking in "military members long term while they house refugees at CFB Kingston." Here's a BETTER idea.

Rebel Staff

Here's part of a letter that was sent to someone trying to book a room at the Ambassador Hotel in Kingston, Ontario:

"I regret to inform you that we are sold out of those dates. Aside from the sporting events, we have taken in our military members long term while they house refugees at CFB Kingston."

So it’s really happening, just as we reported exclusively this week:

Canadian soldiers are being kicked out of their homes on military bases and Muslim migrants from Syria are being flown in to live in our soldiers' homes.

Hey, I’ve got a better idea:

We should house these refugees in Parliament.

Seriously. Not the actual chamber of the House of Commons, but all the offices around them. Surely that's a lesser convenience and humiliation than is being done to our troops.

After all, MPs are the ones who support this. Why, with the Liberals, are soldiers always our punching bags?

This is nuts. SIGN OUR PETITION against it at RefugeePause.ca now.


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commented 2016-02-10 15:40:25 -0500
David Tremblay, first off, thank you for your service.
Secondly, did you see the documents obtained via FOIP that Ezra Levant presented, and if so, how do you explain them and the plans they describe?
commented 2016-02-10 15:30:37 -0500
Well if we had a press instead of a propaganda machine, that has been bought and paid for by the liberals and UN, they would be stationed at the bases, taking pictures of these strong able bodied terrorists. I hope that if any of our men and women are attacked, that our soldiers shoot them on site!
commented 2016-02-10 15:17:35 -0500
Here is a fact our Canadian Army number around 16,500 troops that includes 400 generals that’s more generals than we had in WW-2 the fighting force is about 1/3 of total army the res are cook cleaners office worker etc. The so called refugees coming to Canada is 6,000 that is more than the fighting forces that we have. We have an idiot running this country and as he says a Quebecer makes the best prime minister right just unbelievable.
commented 2016-02-10 15:13:01 -0500
PEGIDA CANADA, anyone? Contact: horationelson@myself.com Let us get organized. The Email address is protected.

Will our Military receive the same financial allowance as the Muslims receive, to cover the cost of food? Unlikely.

How long will it be before Dicktraitor Trudeau decides that the Military, living in hotels, are surplus to requirements and discharge them from the CN Forces.

Trudeau is mentally unbalanced, he needs help.
commented 2016-02-10 15:09:13 -0500
Ezra, I love your suggestion. Moreover, this would be a win-win. With our MPs working out of an Ottawa hotel room, they would also have a bed for the night right there. In addition to maintaining the dignity of our Armed Forces Personnel, this has the advantage of discontinuing politicians need for an Ottawa residence and would bring an end to the never-ending problem of so many of them double dipping on their housing/residence allowance.
commented 2016-02-10 14:58:46 -0500
David, I don’t know who told you that people on IR can’t live in the barracks, but on the base I’m posted to there a lot of people on IR living in the barracks.
commented 2016-02-10 14:25:37 -0500
Only would a tadpole from Que. come up with a plan like this.
commented 2016-02-10 14:25:27 -0500
David. Not yet!! You cannot deny the facts here, that even the CBC reported was under consideration.
commented 2016-02-10 14:23:57 -0500
I’ve been told by serving soldiers that the “refugees” now being brought in are now military age males since the press cameras are gone.
Can anyone confirm this?
commented 2016-02-10 14:22:21 -0500
There isn’t one single refugee staying either short or long term on any military base in Canada. I live and work on one and this is clearly not true. There are in fact many soldiers staying in hotels long term but that is due to a treasury board decision made while Harper was PM almost ten years ago that doesn’t allow soldiers to stay in barracks if they were posted on what is called Imposed Restriction where they had to move away from their families and houses and had to be posted temporarily(2 years or less in theory but often times is longer) to a new base. This has nothing to do with refugees in any way!
commented 2016-02-10 14:20:47 -0500
Yes – careful who you vote for, you might just put them into power.

A few hundred rape-fugees could likely fit into the Demarais and Dussault mansions in Montreal – nazi pigs and rapefugees – they’d make great roommates.
commented 2016-02-10 14:07:49 -0500
well the nit wit JT isnt using his house ,start with his house .should hold a lot of people and then there is the parliament building with many extra rooms ,start putting them in there and leave our service men and women alone.
commented 2016-02-10 13:56:32 -0500
Th idea of building mosques doesn’t make sense. Not only is it the government showing favoritism that thy do not extend towards other religions but it would seem like a hell of a waste of taxpayers money if they weren’t meant for long term (decades) use. In which case you have to wonder how long do they plan on keeping them there?
commented 2016-02-10 13:54:19 -0500
This is SO insulting and disheartening!!

I’d like to see Brian go on the attack!! (for real this time). Approaching all Lefty mp’s asking if they intend to give up their homes for refugees, and why, if not, they would expect others to do so?

As our society has moved ever further left, the Lefty’s have become comfortable showing their true colours!! There’s no mistaking it now. They hate Canada, they hate all we stand for, regardless their words! I hope this wakes up Cdns. Am I hoping for too much?
commented 2016-02-10 13:38:53 -0500
Unfkingbeleivable and absolutely DISGUSTING
commented 2016-02-10 13:34:12 -0500
On top of using the parliamentary offices for the refugees, I would also suggest building windmills to power the entire hill complex and take it off the fossil fuel grid. This will satisfy two Liberal aims: housing refugees as Ezra suggests, and doing it in a green manner.