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Oh, Canada: Plane-Imported “Migrants” Share Hotel with Furry Fetishist Convention

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Beautiful that hardcore Islamic jihadism can exist so peacefully alongside furry fetishism in diverse Canada.

The Canadian government is currently paying for Airliners to fly back and forth over the Atlantic ocean to import what will soon be hundreds of thousands of Syrian “Refugees”, a few hundred at a time, to “enrich the Canadian culture” and have unconditional welfare provided for them and their children. cont

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Canadian Government Wants 305,000 Immigrants and “Refugees” in 2016

 

Canadian Immigration Minister John McCallum, wants to take 305,000 immigrants and so-called “refugees” in 2016, despite 60% of Canadians against the government’s admission of 25,000 Syrians.

“It outlines a significant shift in immigration policy towards reuniting more families, building our economy and upholding Canada’s humanitarian traditions to resettle refugees and offer protection to those in need” McCallum said.

He said the government will also spend more money on the immigration system, so that immigrants can come into the country quicker.

This would be the highest number of immigrants to be allowed into Canada in decades.

As mentioned earlier, the majority of Canadians are against Syrian immigration according to a poll. So the city of Toronto is spending tax payer’s money to manipulate public opinion, and make people pro-immigration. cont

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