Immigration/ Multiculturalism

Trudeau to asylum seekers: Crossing border illegally won’t fast track immigration

Many criticize the Australian government for its staunch position on illegal immigration.

Likewise, some regard the mere idea of President Trump’s proposed border wall as fascist.

But when the ultimate diversity worshipper/ radical alt- Leftist in Justin Trudeau starts speaking out against illegal immigration, we can be assured this is a genuine, reality- based problem.


CBC, by Kate McKenna, August 20, 2017:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a message for asylum seekers: crossing illegally into the country doesn’t offer an advantage when it comes to obtaining refugee status in Canada.

“If I could directly speak to people seeking asylum, I’d like to remind them there’s no advantage,” Trudeau said at a news conference Sunday in Montreal.

“Our rules, our principles and our laws apply to everyone.”

Trudeau’s comments come as the government grapples with a surge in asylum seekers crossing into Quebec.

In the first two weeks of August, more than 3,800 people walked over the border into the province, compared to the 2,996 who crossed throughout all of July.

Speaking prior to Montreal’s Pride Parade, Trudeau stressed that anyone seeking refugee status will have to go through Canada’s “rigorous” screening process…

4 thoughts on “Trudeau to asylum seekers: Crossing border illegally won’t fast track immigration

  1. The article from CBC is for purposes of propaganda. Trudeau’s government has allowed 35,000 “refugees” into Canada in less than two years. They are also flowing across the border south of Winnipeg, Manitoba by the 1000s. People who submit an application to move to Canada wait years for approval. These so-called refugees wait a few months for landed immigrant status. The federal government owns and funds the CBC to the tune of $1.7 billion taxpayer dollars per year.

    1. Well Trudeau did invite them over on Twitter, and now it seems they’ve taken up the offer and are crossing the border as they please

  2. Thank you for posting this. To my knowledge, Mexico also has strict rules about illegal immigration. I am really tired of the U.S. being portrayed as evil or hateful for wanting to simply enforce our laws, just other countries do.

    1. Absolutely. We can debate legal immigration among conservatives and progressives plenty. But enforcing the laws of illegal immigration is rather simple: it’s a basic function that every sovereign nation has the right to exercise. To purport that your nation shouldn’t stop illegal immigration is to say your nation shouldn’t even be a nation: an incredibly ethnomasocistic thing to say but this is where we are unfortunately.

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