MP Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, has upped the intake of his Third World brethren–and he is making you the tax-payer FUND the entire deal. Such is the power of this half-citizen from Somalia.
CBC and the rest inform Canadians that billions of dollars are taken from tax-payers each year, and shipped off to foreign nations such as Ethiopia, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and Nigeria.
Yet, we are never told anything regarding the PROCESS of these giant financial giveaways.
“Ottawa Centre’s Liberal candidate, Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change,has launched her final campaign week with a non-traditional series of single-issue lawn signs.”
“This is beyond unacceptable. The government of Canada is once again preparing to fight First Nations children in court,” National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Perry Bellegarde said in a statement Friday.
“The experience of that superb strategist Mao Tse-tung might lead us to conclude that in a vast and heterogeneous country, the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing.”
-Former Liberal Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau.
In 2017, while outlining Canada’s new foreign policy priorities in the House of Commons, abortion was proclaimed a Canadian value and was said to be “at the core of Canadian foreign policy,” by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chrystia Freeland.
More than HALF of Canadians live paycheque to paycheque and more than a third have no retirement savings, boosting the pressure to work longer, according to a new poll by accounting firm BDO Canada Ltd.
Yet, according to Immigration Minister, Somalian MP Ahmed Hussen, immigrants to Canada are worth their weight in gold. Incredibly, this dual citizen drop-in informs us that unemployed, uneducated illegal refugees are the same–also worth their WEIGHT IN GOLD.
For the first time, the Canadian central bank’s financial system health report is flagging climate change as an important vulnerability along with its long-running worries about household debt and apprehension about the housing market.
The assessment is part of the Bank of Canada’s annual report card that explores key weak spots and risks surrounding the stability of the financial system.
When comparing the value of Justin Trudeau’s tax rate reduction with the loss of tax credits, 80% of middle-class families experienced an increase in their federal tax burden since 2015.