Federal auditor general Sylvain Ricard recently probed whether all three government agencies involved in refugee determinations have been consistently processing asylum claims in an efficient and timely manner. The audit found Canada’s refugee system has a backlog of asylum claims that is worse now than ever before.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale immediately stated there is no known connection to national security. According to this Liberal MP, there never is. As in the case of the Danforth Syrian refugee who murdered two teenage Canadian girls in cold blood, the idea a connection to radical Islam exists is a near-impossibility
It’s not just for our sake, but for theirs as well. Because the longer we allow cultural and linguistic silos to flourish, the more likely it is that we will get a Trump-sized backlash here.
Three of the amendments cause the concern: reducing the amount of time spent in Canada before applying for citizenship; limiting the requirement to speak one of the two official languages; and, eliminating the “intent to reside” provision.
“The changes to our recruitment process outlined today will allow us to continue building a diverse workforce so that we are better able to serve all Canadians.”
Trudeau is catering to the demands of special interest groups who want quick and easy access to Canadian citizenship. They are rushing to turn newly arriving immigrants into voting citizens, and “reducing the barriers” to citizenship simply to earn votes and lifelong political allegiances.
Brian Lilley guest hosts.Today, Lilley is furious about the Liberals’ decision to give citizenship back to terrorists!
This modern phenomenon of reverse migration is one that has been thoroughly embraced by tens of thousands Hong Kong and mainland Chinese immigrants alike, to varying degrees of legality.
The proposed amendments to the Citizenship Act, unveiled last Thursday, remove the requirement that new citizens must intend to live in Canada after obtaining citizenship
“A terrorist is a terrorist is a terrorist,” said Sen. Daniel Lang, chairman of the Senate national security committee, mocking the “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian” line from Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau during a leaders’ debate last fall.
We suggest they[Liberals] spend less time worrying about protecting the rights of dual citizens convicted of terrorism, and more about the threat posed by Canadians enticed into carrying out acts of violence against their own country by ISIS.