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Somalian Muslim Lawyer is New Minister of Immigration in Canada

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Somalian Muslim Lawyer is New Minister of Immigration in Canada. Paul Fromm discusses the issue with Brian Ruhe.
 
Paul Fromm is the Director of the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee and he is not a happy camper over this appointment of Ahmed Hussen by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau!

Somali Moslem Immigration Lawyer is Trudeau’s New Minister of Immigration

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Somali Moslem Immigration Lawyer is Trudeau’s New Minister of Immigration

In a big knee to the testicles of Canada’s European founding/settler people, Justin Trudeau on Tuesday appointed Ahmed Hussen as Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, in charge of the rapid replacement of the old stock Canadians with hordes from the Third World.

The Globe and Mail (January 11, 2017) reported: “Ahmed Hussen, who arrived in Canada as a refugee from Somalia at the age of 16, was sworn in as Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship at a Rideau Hall ceremony. … ‘I’ll bring my experience as an immigrant to Canada, but also an immigration lawyer, someone who worked many, many years before running for office as a community activist, a community organizer and a community advocate,’ Mr. Hussen told reporters on Parliament Hill Tuesday.”

He is also former national president of the Canadian Somali Congress.

Okay, so Moslem, Somali refugee, immigration lawyer and former head of the Canadian Somali Congress. It’s clear whose interests he represents, but who will protect the interests of mainstream Canadians?

This is out new gatekeeper.

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Late last year, Justin Trudeau told the New York Times that Canada is becoming a new kind of country, not defined by our history or European national origins, but by a “pan-cultural heritage”.

“There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” Trudeau said, concluding that he sees Canada as “the first post-national state.”