While the liberal media was cringing and crying over President Trump’s proposed immigration plans, experts around the world quietly realized exactly how right he was.
Nowhere is this more apparent than in Europe, where the EU has mandated that each member nation relocates a certain number of immigrants from the Middle East during the Syrian refugee crisis. These quotas, while not only damaging to the sovereignty of these nations, have been declared an immoral and irresponsible way to address the issues of these asylum seekers, and the ambitiously large numbers mandated by the European Union have forced countries across the continent to roll back important safety precautions built into their border security plans. This, of course, has led to an incredibly horrific rise in terror throughout Europe, as ISIS and other caliphate cabals exploit these gaping holes in national security to place their troops in targeted areas.
Now, it looks as though Canada is also feeling the pressure of illegal immigration. The U.S.’ northern neighbor has long been thought of as a liberal have, especially under the thumb of newly elected leader Justin Trudeau, however, their seems to be some dissent among Canucks on the subject.
“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.”
This is quite the turnaround for the normally ultraliberal Canadian government, and could belie a massive change in global outlook.
In recent years, the advent of international terror has helped to create a more vigorous focus on the issues of national security. While progressives and liberals are still obsessed with the pie-in-the-sky, “Kumbaya” outlook of the 1960’s, reality has been setting in quickly as suicide bombers, knife attacks, and rampaging vehicles dominate our headlines. Sovereignty and security are swiftly moving toward the top of the priorities list for many nations on account of radical Islam, and the citizens of the U.S. should be thankful to have elected a leader who is not willing to take unnecessary risks in the name of whimsical and unrealistic expectations of peace.