Canada is not vetting its refugees, illegals, or economic migrants. In fact, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau supports open borders no matter what. Who could forget the big welcome from globalist Trudeau, who also threw out a welcome mat even to returning Islamic State fighters. In 2018, Canada announced plans to “lead the charge” for the UN Migration Pact. And those whom Canada was welcoming weren’t persecuted Christians. Then a year later, Canada set out a country-wide plan to welcome more than 1,000,000 new immigrants over three years. It looks like the Trudeau Liberals were right on track: 1,000,000 unvetted Afghans want to come to Canada. What timing. Although the process hasn’t yet started to bring in nearly that amount, “Cabinet has proposed to raise the national quota to 411,000 more immigrants in 2022 and 421,000 in 2023.”
Canada is already under anti-Islamophobia M-103, and “Canadian Muslims have given Justin Trudeau a mandate to eliminate Islamophobia,” a priority for his government.
With the determined Canadian Muslim vote, Trudeau is geared up to win for years to come, while Canada has given no priority to national security, nor to vetting the quality of immigrants entering Canada. Yet still, the government is touting how good 1,000,000 Afghans will be for the country.
Afghans like most from Muslim countries also strongly support the Palestinian “resistance,” so given Canada’s ever shifting demographic, expect anti-Semitism to be on the rise. Even Germany’s Angela Merkel admitted that anti-Semitism is coming to the country from “refugees or people of Arab origin.”
“One million Afghans want into Canada: Report,” Toronto Sun, January 18, 2022:
Canada is still a long way off from accepting the number of Afghan refugees it said it would.
The quota was originally 20,000 but then that number was doubled to 40,000.
In fact, the country’s Immigration Minister Sean Fraser says more than a million Afghans have asked to come to Canada and so far we’ve only accepted 6,750 to date, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.
“We look forward to welcoming even more Afghan refugees,” said Fraser.
“I anticipate that if we remain on track, sometime in the next calendar year, now that we’re in 2022, we will cross the 40,000 threshold.”
Afghanistan has a population of 40 million.
“The circumstances of course are heartbreaking in Afghanistan,” said Fraser. “It is not necessarily one million distinct applicants. I use the point to illustrate the pressures the system is facing when it comes to processing and identifying 40,000 cases that qualify.”
Last year, Canada welcomed 405,000 immigrants from all over the world, breaking the previous record of 400,870 in 1913.
It was the first increase in federal immigration quotas in a national recession.
Cabinet has proposed to raise the national quota to 411,000 more immigrants in 2022 and 421,000 in 2023.
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