Somali drug gangs appear to be highly organized without the hierarchy of traditional criminal gangs, says Staff Sgt. Jim Peebles of Edmonton city police. These gang members work a circuit — Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary to Fort McMurray and Ottawa, moving drugs and guns around the country. “The group is in Edmonton one day, then they turn up in Ft. McMurray and next week we see them in Toronto or Ottawa,” he said.
And here Justin Trudeau claims diversity is Canada’s strength. Incidentally, so does our dual citizenship immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen–a refugee from Somalia himself. Police forces across the country worked closely together in the last couple of years to identity core Somalian gang members, uncover their movements and follow the shifting leadership. This costs money. So does the inordinate amount of Somalians receiving taxpayer-funded welfare checks in Canada.
Yet, to call these people out would inevitably result in the calling out of the accusers as so-called “Islamophobes. It’s simply the “Canadian way” under the ruling Trudeau government. When in doubt, play the race card–then watch as those questioning the circumstances scamper back behind their keyboards for fear of being branded racists.
Since when has an identifiable Canadian community been indemnified from criticism in this manner? The answer, of course, is NEVER. Dual citizen MP Iqra Khalid saw to this when she successfully advanced M103, the Pakistani national’s motion to elevate Islam above other religions in Canada.
In the USA, the city of Minneapolis experienced a sudden increase in the Somali population similar to Edmonton’s early in the decade– as well as a similar spate of gun violence. The idea the Edmonton situation is unique can thereby be put to rest. The purpose of immigration policy within western democracies is to create a benefit to their respective societies. To facilitate drug gangs and gun runners falls outside the purview of this ideal. Yet, in Canada, Third World migrants have transitioned to our nation’s protected communities–regardless of the number of illegal migrants, their status as Islamic militants, or any other relevant factor.
What a curious state of affairs. Present-day political correctness is so stringent that Canadians live in fear of condemning Somalian dope dealers. They could loose their jobs, or having their reputation smeared. In truth, it is the Trudeau government that deserve the smearing. Despite pit-bull refugee pusher Ahmed Hussen’s prostrations about the so-called benefit of mass Third World immigration, common sense Canadians know better.
Now, if only Liberal Canadians would follow suit, Canada could rid itself of the damaging forces of left-wing political correctness. This begins, of course, with ridding our nation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Follow this up with removing Ahmed Hussen from holding the demographic destiny of Canada in his hands, and perhaps our nation can return to a state of political sanity lost the day Justin Trudeau became prime minister.