Canada Should Not Give A Cent To Illegal Workers In Canada

by Dan Murray

As a result of Covid-19, Canada is currently facing a huge number of problems, but ​Canada’s immigration industry has just introduced another major problem. The immigration industry has recently called on Canada to provide emergency financial benefits to so-called “undocumented workers”. Let’s be blunt: That term really means “illegal workers”. In other words, the immigration industry is saying that illegal workers should receive the same or similar financial compensation that several million recently-unemployed Canadians are receiving.

According to RCMP figures, there were about 500,000 illegals in Canada in 2007. That number has undoubtedly increased greatly over the past 13 years, particularly since Trudeau’s foolish declaration in a Twitter, Jan 28, 2017:

To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada.

This is a defining moment in our history. Under the veil of humanitarianism, Canada’s immigration industry has had its way with Canada for many years. The immigration industry likes to refer to itself as “stakeholders” in Canada’s immigration process. They pretend that they are making a vital contribution to Canada and to the world. Unbelievably, governments have accepted the immigration industry’s perverted definition of themselves. In reality, these people are quislings and parasites. They exist to expand their own bank accounts. In fact, they work constantly to weaken any government policies that stand in the way of their own interests. Their ultimate goal is to have all immigration policies serve their interests. Open borders are their dream.

Let’s review. Just who belongs to Canada’s immigration industry. Here is a brief list: ethnic groups who want to increase their numbers, immigration lawyers, immigration consultants, and advocates.

There are thousands of these people all across Canada. The immigration industry depends upon a compliant media like the CBC to broadcast their message. It also relies on a political class to lick its boots. It is no exaggeration to say that together, the immigration industry and its media supporters are a virus. It is also no exaggeration to say that it is a much more serious virus than Corona-19 could ever be.

The CBC is one of the most corrupt and shameless of Canada’s co-viruses. Other media are close behind. Like the CBC, in many cases, the immigration industry receives funding from one or more levels of government. In many, if not in all cases, the interests of the immigration industry are the opposite of Canada’s interests. To summarize, the immigration industry is a “Canada and Canadians Last” group. Their loyalties are to all other counties and to the citizens of those countries. These people should have been cleansed from Canada’s “Welfare Temple” years ago.

The two immigration industry organizations that are leading the charge to have emergency funds given to illegal workers are The Migrant Rights Network and the Canadian Council for Refugees. The latter is led by Janet Dench (email: who brags that her organization is an umbrella organization with about 180 member organizations!

Now more than ever, Canadians have to tell politicians that they have had enough immigration nonsense.

What can average Canadians do?

Here is a short message: Not a cent to illegal workers!!

If you want to say something different, go ahead–but please say something. Remember, to politicians, silence means you agree with them.

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