Monday, 10 September 2012

Roma Crime Spree Brought To You By The Singh Decision.

The Singh Decision: allowing the quick and easy entry into Canada for the world's thieves, crooks, thugs, war criminals, and general lowlifes since 1985.

From the Toronto Sun:

TORONTO -- The Canadian Border Services Agency is asleep at the wheel allowing more than 400 alleged Roma gypsies - many of whom have extensive criminal records - into the country and specifically the GTA, critics say. 
This week, the Durham Regional Police Service confirmed they had arrested 34 people and laid 263 charges in the largest investigation of its kind in the region.

The story began in the fall of 2011, when police noticed that people were committing distraction-style thefts and fraud and started Project Mansfield. 
Police busted one Roma fraud cell, but they say there are a least six others stealing millions from stores and vulnerable people. 
When a person comes to Canada and claims refugee status they are detained and their history is checked out. 
"Something went wrong here. It concerns me that large numbers are getting through the border," said Liberal Immigration Critic, MP Kevin Lamoureux. "We need to speed up the process so we can get rid of those abusing the system. We need more resources in place so our borders can be looked after." 
Yes Kevin Lamoureux there is a problem and it's called the Singh decision and Canada needs to be rid of it.

The Singh decision allows for anyone from anywhere to enter Canada and claim refugee status and then be released into the public while their case goes through the system which can take years to process.  This is how the Gypsies or Roman or Travellers or however they want to called are getting into Canada.

Since it doesn't protect real refugees anyway since the majority who claim refugee status in Canada are found to be bogus I don't see what purpose the Singh decision serves.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Deported refugee claimants still collecting welfare

Anonymous said...

I'm glad they are doing something, and you are correct that the numbers are really much higher, but I think they could get a bigger "bang for their buck" in the Immigration portfolio by just reversing the Singh decision.

Watch carefully and even those politicians proudly proclaiming these "immigration reforms" never ever want to bring up the Singh decision.

It is funny because I think Kenney knows he has to throw a bone to those unhappy with immigration, so a photo op like this happens, but then, not too long ago he announced immigration numbers, and they were just as high as ever. Kenney even said that to address those in the pro high immigration camp, that he has been maintaining high immigration levels.

There is no taking into account the economy, limited amount of jobs. We can't absord 275,000 immigrants, another similar amount on work permits, and all the foreign students who simply stay on. Unemployment for youth is at an all time high. Seniors have to go back for work because of rising costs. Boomers want to work longer because they know they will need more savings for retirement. We do not need that many new workers, despite what they tell us.

Why can't we slow immigration down, even suspend it for 10 years to catch up? Schools can't handle all the immigrant children coming in that need extra help, our roads can't handle it, our public transportation is crowded, health care, our infrastructure is strained. All to help a politician get some more votes and ensure a nice life for himself and his immediate family? It is criminal to ruin Canada so deliberately.

As far as the fear mongering I've heard from politicians that they need to keep the immigration taps flowing because there could be a shortage of workers - let us see the evidence. People are working later in life. One decent job gets hundreds of resumes. The only jobs that go begging are those where owners want to pay minimum wage. They don't mind desperate immigrants, but maybe it is about time they made a few dollars more an hour. I thought the point of Canada was that we'd built a good life here - not bring down our standards of living to those of poor countries where labour is exploited.

And when it comes down to it you can't blame the immigrants. They are doing what any human being does - trying to better their lives. They see it can be a good deal for them here. They escape their overpopulated homes - and bring overpopulation to our big cities. There are so many other people from their groups already here, they might not even have to change their culture, or even learn English.

So if our government invites them, and they come. It is our politicians who make the rules - and who have the power to reduce immigration.

PaxCanadiana said...

There is no taking into account the economy, limited amount of jobs. We can't absord 275,000 immigrants, another similar amount on work permits, and all the foreign students who simply stay on.

The influence Canada's "big six" banks has on the immigration system cannot be overstated. It is due to their lobbying that the numbers are as high as they are and remain so and much of this has to do with the impact mass immigration has on the housing market.

There is little disagreement that Canada has a robust housing market at the moment but whether or not it's in bubble territory is a matter of debate.

Whichever camp you find yourself in it seems to me the government is fearful that Canada's housing market is in bubble territory and it couldn't have gotten there without help from mass immigration.

The government knows this for immigration quotas were raised to bring in people to buy houses. To cut those numbers off now could have serious consequences for the housing market and thus bank profits as well as Canada's economy.

I think this is the major reason interest rates are to remain low for now. To raise them could mean many people (mostly immigrants) will no longer be able to afford their mortgage payments and live in their current houses. It will be the catalyst to a housing crash.

So I think the plan is to keep interest rates low and keep bringing in more home buyers/immigrants to keep the bubble from popping and at best help slowly deflate it.

This is what I suspect anyway since as you've pointed out and is clear to any one there is no rationale for bringing so many people into Canada right now.

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious. The poor Toronto Star is confused. On one hand they want to play up to ethnic groups and celebrate "diversity", on the other hand, they also want to aid their traditional (Atkinson) standard of supporting the poor & marginalized.

Thus, they felt they should warn Senior Citizens of a gypsy crime ring. However, they were reluctant to give any kind of description of the criminals, although it is well known they are Roma from other sources. This carefully staged distraction theft is carried out by Roma (gypsy) immigrants or mostly refugee claimants who have arrived in large numbers in recent years. I had to piece it together searching elsewhere on the net.

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/1262889--thieves-use-distraction-to-steal-jewelry-from-seniors

It is bad enough that the majority of the Roma are coming in as false refugee claimants, then collecting welfare, utilizing subsidized housing and health care until their claim is heard, then appealing, and so on before we finally find them (if we can) and pay to deport them. In return they give us more work for our police departments.

PaxCanadiana said...

This is hilarious. The poor Toronto Star is confused. On one hand they want to play up to ethnic groups and celebrate "diversity", on the other hand, they also want to aid their traditional (Atkinson) standard of supporting the poor & marginalized.

This dual behaviour is typical Toronto Star.

For instance it routinely plays a pro-environment editorial stance, that is when it's not rebutting in it's editorial pages Ontario Environment Commissioner Gord Miller's warning that immigration fueled population growth is a primary threat to southern Ontario's environment effectively telling him that population growth is coming whether he likes it or not so he should shut-up and like it.

Or look at how it treated the repatriation of Conrad Black vs. Omar Khadr. Conrad Black's repatriation was questionable yet the delayed repatriation of Omar Khadr, someone who killed a U.S. army medic named Christopher Speer, is justice denied. Try and figure that one out.

It is bad enough that the majority of the Roma are coming in as false refugee claimants...In return they give us more work for our police departments.

The criminal culture of the Roma is so well established in Europe their reputation should precede them before they reach our shores. It is a culture of grift and deception to facilitate a theft yet we're supposed to believe them to be telling the truth in their asylum claims. Are we that stupid?

Anonymous said...

Good points!

Re: environment. The Star talks about reducing urban sprawl, yet the dream of most new immigrants is a freestanding home in the suburbs. So more land is paved over. The sheer high numbers of new citizens puts a huge stress on the environment.

It is much simpler to keep the population stable, rather than try to continually absorb hundreds of thousands of new immigrants into the GTA. Take a look at the cookie cutter households ringing the city. Awful. Standard of living is declinging - overcrowding on transport, traffic, dirt, congestion, etc.

Roma? Exactly what is their contribution to Canada? If they are such valuable citizens that enhance a country, why are Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania, etc. not clamouring for their return? Even if a few succeed, or maybe in the second generation, the costs to our police services, welfare, and subsidized housing are substantial.

Overpopulation? Seems that we are told adding huge numbers of people is a good thing, yet the countries supplying us with immigrants are overcrowded. They know that too many people means pollution, overcompetition for jobs, schools. Canada seems vast geographically, but due to the weather, most ring the Great Lakes and a few big cities.

With technology workers can do more, no need for endless supplies of labour, it only puts downward pressure on wages. Maybe that's the plan? Plus, with the immigrants comes many who cannot contribute, or are sponsored, so they become a drain on our system, taking more in benefits than ever contributing.