All the elements come together in purposeful fashion. Justin Trudeau wasn’t elected so much as he was SELECTED.
This is one of the great cover-ups in the political history of Canada. In fact, it is more than likely the single greatest DECEPTION of all-time.
Online citizenship ceremonies suggest a step toward an erosion of national SOVEREIGNTY…one of Trudeau’s favourite “hobbies.”
When choosing which to prioritize as Prime Minister of Canada, what would you select between these two options:
A) The safety, health and welfare of the Canadian people COMES FIRST, and all measures to achieve this remain the PRIORITY of government.
B) The safety, health and welfare of dubious “refugees” from the 3rd World must remain a TOP PRIORITY of the government of Canada, forever and a day.
Within a dictatorship, the general public have NO SAY or impact upon government decision-making. In Justin’s Canada, the public have NO SAY or impact upon government decision-making.
Today, I assure all Canadians that their safety and security is our top priority,” Trudeau said in a statement. CAP Commentary: Trudeau is LYING– and this is why.
Six months before he made a refugee claim in Toronto, Canadian security officials deemed retired Brig.-Gen. Khaled Saber Abdelhamed Zahw “inadmissible” to Canada because of national security concerns.
Police say on December 3, the plaque in the lobby of the Scarborough Centre for Alternative Studies on Midland Avenue near Danforth Road was vandalized and damaged with misogynistic slurs.
The bureaucrats tried to hide the numbers from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation by using data for individual refugees rather than for families. Shady stuff, considering that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada changed the definition of “family” to include young able-bodied men travelling together who self-identified as brothers.
To qualify for the file-review process, a claimant must be from one of 14 countries:
Afghanistan, Burundi, Egypt, Eritrea, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, Venezuela and Yemen.
Our government do not condemn these ISIS killers, not do they ever speak of the relationship between the terrorists and Islamic religious doctrine. In 2016, Justin Trudeau and Co. passed M103–a government motion to protect the desert religion from public condemnation.