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FELDSTED: Canadians have a right to expect an orderly process – not the chaos which led Trudeau taking to twitter and another stupid tweet; a taunt to US President Trump


Justin Trudeau is warning voters to be wary of fear-mongering about immigration, suggesting the issue will be a hot-button topic during the federal election campaign this fall ... made the prediction Thursday during a town hall meeting in northern New Brunswick ...

Trudeau's upbeat tone changed when he suggested the world has become increasingly fearful, insular and anxious about immigration ...

 ... people trying to create fear, intolerance and misinformation about immigration across Canada, he said, though he did not name any individuals or groups.

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Canadians are not, and never have been, fearful of immigrants or immigration. 

We are, however, less tolerant of ineptitude and stupidity. Trudeau’s off-the-cuff decision to rush in 40,000 Syrian refugees to Canada, based on seeing a photo of a drowned boy in the newspaper, was a stupid, grandstanding play for a photo opportunity when the ink hadn’t even had a chance to dry on his Oath of Office. 

The incompetence came in when the government failed to bolster the Immigration and Refugee Department, to manage the sudden and unplanned arrival of close to 50,000 extra refugees.


Immediately following this chaos, Trudeau took to twitter with a taunt to US President Trump with another stupid tweet which has resulted in tens of thousands of illegal asylum seekers from the USA, and elsewhere around the world, swarming our borders.  It has also led to a complete breakdown of the Immigration Department and Refugee Board.

We have every right to be concerned over the rising numbers of illegal immigrants flooding over our borders, and government failure to bring order to our immigration system.

Canadians have every right to be concerned that the screening of illegal immigrants is not carried out thoroughly, given the shortage of manpower and pressure to move cases forward.

Canadians have a right to expect an orderly process of bringing in immigrants and refugees that we can afford and manage.

That is not what we have at present, so the questions has to be asked,
Why has there been no effort by this government to reduce the number of immigrants and refugees until the overload is processed?”

... the Safe Third Country Agreement, states that Canada is obliged to return refugees to the US if they make an asylum claim at a border checkpoint. There is a loophole, however: if anyone is found at an illegal crossing they are brought into Canada for questioning, where they can then apply for asylum.

https://www.dw.com/en/woman-charged-with-human-smuggling-at-us-canada-border/a-38504511

Legitimate criticism of government ineptitude on immigration is not fear-mongering.  Therefore, Trudeau’s efforts to paint immigration criticism, as fear of immigrants, is a deceitful attempt at censorship.  That has also then been coupled with evading responsibility for the mess his government has created.

Don’t let him get away with it.  

      
John Feldsted
Political Consultant & Strategist
Winnipeg, Manitoba

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