January 18, 2016

Refugee rush too ‘fast and furious’ for settlement groups — ask Liberals for a pause

Brian LilleyArchive

Yet another refugee booster group that exists to welcome refugees is calling for a refugee pause, asking the Liberals to slow down. 

This is no surprise to anyone that understood that the increased numbers and artificial deadlines the Liberals set were totally unrealistic.

But Trudeau wanted to bask in the limelight of his promises and pose for a few selfies whether or not it was good for Canadians or good for the refugees themselves.

 

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commented 2016-01-18 21:03:34 -0500
January 18, 2016
Dear Diary;
One year ago, two out of three Canadians thought the economy was doing well.
Today, two out of three describe the economy as poor.
And yet, last week an Abacus Data poll shows more than 50% of Canadians approve of my government, and even more rate my glorious leadership positively. It’s true, sunny ways. Stevie must get pissed when he reads that.
Anyway, love me or hate me, I don’t really care. But I always say that it’s never to early, and it’s also never too late, to reward the peons (honest, I mean people, damn auto-correct) that helped you to get to where you are.
So Gerald is letting me announce that a couple of my pals will become my important ambassadors; David MacNaughton will be my ambassador to my spiritual leader and Islamic advisor in Washington, and Marc-André Blanchard will become my ambassador to our political Masters at the U.N.
That’s enough talk about other people, lets get this diary back to being all about me.
When I promised to start kicking the economy I didn’t really have a plan. After all, back then in Stevie’s day there was nothing really wrong with it. That was just something I said to justify spending a lot of money. But now someone might notice that it’s gone into the toilet just since I took over the reigns of power. So to come up with a plan, Gerald’s booked a room for us somewhere out east where we can put our heads together and maybe come up with something.