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LEVY: ‘Irregular’ migrants continue to flock into Toronto

A group of women watch their children outside the Radisson hotel at Hwy 401 and Victoria Park Ave. in North York on Tuesday. (Jack Boland/Toronto Sun) 

Ottawa, we have a problem..

It’s not just that Toronto’s shelters are full — with 2,600 or 39.2% of the spaces occupied by refugees, er asylum seekers, irregular migrants (whatever we’re calling them today.)

But according to city spokesman Natasha Hinds Fitzsimmins Tuesday, some 18-20 are arriving in the city per day, mostly from Nigeria.

According to Hinds Fitzsimmins, the federal government procured two hotels in Peel and York to house the irregular (a.k.a. illegal) migrants who were placed in the Centennial and Humber college dorms earlier in the summer.

As reported by Canadian Press, the federal government has extended their hotel stay four weeks beyond the original deadline of Sept. 30 because they have yet to come up with a more long-term approach that would send the refugees to communities beyond Toronto.

There are also 1,719 irregular (illegal) migrants/refugees/asylum seekers in Toronto hotels, including  577 housed at the Radisson Toronto East hotel in 146 rooms (the hotel has 240 rooms in total).

The reputable Tripadvisor website has been inundated in the past few weeks with scathing reviews of the hotel, calling it a “zoo, filthy, noisy and dangerous” with the lobby full of loitering refugees and halls containing graffiti and garbage.

Every paying visitor on Trip Advisor has claimed they did not know and were not told that 61% of the hotel is being occupied by refugees.

On Tuesday, one visitor from Virginia —calling the three-star hotel a “disgrace” —claimed that animal services needed to be called on the second night he was there because “some goats were being slaughtered” in the public bathrooms.
The visitor said gunfire was also heard outside the hotel that same night.

(Believe me I can’t make this stuff up!)

Asked what the city has spent to date housing irregular migrants/refugees/asylum seekers, Hinds Fitzsimmins said the costs from November 2017 to the end of this year will likely be “in excess” of $64.5-million.

She said the city doesn’t know how much more at this time, although I would bet that number is being kept quiet until after the Oct. 22 election—especially considering Toronto council and the mayor helped exacerbate the problem by very publicly reaffirming (to all who would listen) in early 2017 that Toronto is a Sanctuary City.

Up to now the city has only received $11-million from the feds to help defray the costs.


Jenny Kwan’s World

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Jenny Kwan’s World




Meet Ms. Perpetually Outraged. Meet Jenny Kwan.  Jenny is the archetypical Social Justice Warrior.  A champion of the downtrodden, the marginalized, the excluded, The Other. Her C.V. is impressive.


Jenny was born to be the Immigration critic for the New Democratic Party. Especially now, when we all bear witness to an unfolding global migration crisis that threatens to worsen by several degrees of magnitude in the coming decade.  This is her time.


Jenny’s world is full of victims.  She sees victims —and perpetrators—everywhere. And if she can’t meet her quota of victims in Canada, she will look for victims in 194 other countries. And all of them, apparently, have a right to seek refuge in Canada.


For Jenny, and all of her parliamentary colleagues, Canada is a land of infinite capacity.  It is a big place with lots of room for lots of people. A treasure trove of resources that need only be tapped to fund a social safety net for all of humanity.  We can be the soup kitchen of the world.  The hospital for all who are sick.  An counselling centre for all those who have been traumatized.  The words “carrying capacity” are beyond her comprehension. If there is no food in the kitchen, we need only extend the table.


In Jenny’s world, there are no limits. No financial limits. No limits to ethnic fragmentation. No limits to the ability of a nation like ours to assimilate or integrate a multitude of ethnicities. No limits to growth in a finite world. The only limits Jenny can imagine are the limits that she wants to set on free expression, on the speech of people who disagree with her vision of utopia.  Every dissident view is inherently “hateful”.  Even the mildest criticism of diversity or God forbid, immigration and refugee policy, is intolerant and unacceptable.  There is no place in Jenny’s world for opinions like that.


Jenny never met a refugee claimant—or a potential refugee claimant—that she didn’t like.  She can’t conceive of an asylum seeker who doesn’t deserve a hearing.  Or whose tale of woe is less than credible.  A migrant on the run must always be believed.  A CBS agent who pursues him must be inhibited.  A city that offers him sanctuary must be praised.  In Jenny’s world no one is illegal.


Jenny’s victim list is endless. New categories of humanity are added each day, with no end in sight.  Nor longer is refugee status to be exclusively conferred on those who fear political, racial or religious persecution or flee from war.  The 1951 Refugee Convention is a strait jacket that no longer applies.  In Jenny’s world legitimate candidates for refugee status can be anything.  They can be battered women, gay men, transgendered people, men nagged by their wives, children with club feet, teenagers with acne, office workers with B.O., southpaws, midgets, the obese, girls who can’t get dates and of course, anyone who lives in Trump’s America, where no one is “safe”.  According to Jenny.


Jenny’s world is a scary place. But not half as scary as Canada will be if she and her like come to control the government. Think of Justin Trudeau to the tenth degree.   Think of Raspail’s “Camp of the Saints”. Think of Orwell’s 1984, or Sweden on steroids and you will get an inkling of the kind of nation Canada would become. Of course, it really wouldn’t be a country because nations imply borders.  Strip Jenny’s  arguments down to its rudiments and your suspicions are confirmed.  Jenny simply does not believe in sovereign nations.  She opposes free trade agreements, but she believes in the free movement of people.  Migrants have rights. But not the people whom they would displace.  Go figure.


I don’t want to live in Jenny Kwan’s world.  I don’t want refugees to make a refugee out of me.  Where do I run? Where do I hide? Where and when do I make a last stand?


I am white and there is a bounty on my head.  My tribe is on the hit list, slated for cleansing.  A disease that must be eradicated. The bane of human existence.  A perpetrator who has it coming.  At least, that’s what they tell me, in Jenny’s world.


Tim Murray

September 1, 2018

Re-take Control of the Border: Build A Wall or Declare the Entire Border A Port of Entry & Turn Back the Illegals

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Re-take Control of the Border: Build A Wall or Declare the Entire Border A Port of Entry & Turn Back the Illegals

Canada First Immigration Reform Committee

Box 332,

Rexdale, Ontario, M9W 5L3

Ph: 289-674-4455; FAX: 289-674-4820

Website: http://canadafirst.nfshost.com

Paul Fromm, B.Ed, M.A. Director


To All Members of Parliament:

No picture has so incensed Canadians or demonstrated the utter impotence, or worse,  of our gatekeepers than pictures of Mounties acting as glorified bellhops, carrying posh looking suitcases for illegals crossing over the New York State-Quebec border, having avoided the normal check point. Instead of pushing these illegals back or blocking their way, the RCMP were assisting them to enter Canada.  Some thought this was a little like finding out that police had driven the getaway car after a bank holdup.

The present government has lost control of our border with the U.S. In 2017, 18,149 people crossed illegally into Canada most from New York State to Quebec at Roxham Road and a much smaller number across the Manitoba border from North Dakota. As soon as these illegals are accepted as “refugee” claimants, they qualify for welfare, housing, medical and legal aid and schooling. Homeless shelters in Montreal and Toronto are full.

The searing injustice is, despite their first act is Canada is to disrespect our laws by the illegal entry, they immediately impose severe financial burdens on Canadian taxpayers. Wher else can you break into someone’s home and be guaranteed to be fed and sheltered and medicated?

The Safe Third Country Agreement was a reasonable attempt to handle some of the unreasonable burdens imposed on Canada by the disastrous 1985 Singh Decision which granted people showing up  and claiming “refugee” status all the rights of Canadians, except the right to vote. All they needed to do was touch Canadian soil and say were the magic words “I’m a refugee” and they were guaranteed a hearing and an appeal and welfare, legal aid, government housing, medicare and dental care better than many Canadian-born welfare recipients receive! The Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the U.S. required a person wishing to make a refugee claim in the first country (Canada or the U.S.) he entered. He could not shop around. A person from the U.S. presenting at a “port of entry” cannot make a refugee claim and, if he wished to do so, would be turned back.

The spirit of the agreement is clear. Conservative immigration critic Michelle Rempel makes a perfectly reasonable point — declare the entire border a “port of entry.” Second best would be to build a fence or wall along the area in Quebec where the illegals are crossing and back it up with troops or police to push intruders back. Hungary has effectively secured its southern border that way.

The duty of an army is to secure its country’s borders. Rather than meddling in a civil war in Mali, our army should be protecting the border.

Finally, to free ourselves from the ivory tower restrictions of the Singh Decision, Parliament should use the “notwithstanding” clause and stipulate that ALL would-be immigrants or refugees should apply and be vetted abroad.

As long as the Canadian government fails to take border security seriously, why should foreign opportunists? Large numbers of Nigerians are flying to the U.S. on tourist visas and making their way to the Canadian  border to sneak avoid the border crossing station, sneak across the border and claim “refugee” status. It little matters that Nigeria is a democratic country. The current wait time for the backlog is 30 months. That’s 30 months living off the Canadian taxpayer. Not a bad deal!

The time to act is now!

Sincerely yours,

Paul Fromm



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Hosted by Faith Goldy
Rally: Border Action NOW
Since PM Trudeau sent out his #WelcomeToCanada tweet to the world, over 50,000 illegals have entered Canada.
Of those who have illegally entered, over 20,000 have done so by foot across Canada’s southern border, which has been erased without a democratic mandate.
With this, RCMP officers would be relieved of their bellhop duties and CBSA could get to work turning away illegal migrants.
- Canadian maple, Red Ensign, and provincial flags ONLY
- please be respectful in any signage you bring
- no face masks
- no single group is hosting this event but we want to ensure the best representation of nationalists and patriots for any media who might be present
Sunday, June 3 at 3 PM – 6 PM
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Build a Wall: Stop the Illegals — protest outside Ahmed Hussen’s office

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 Build a Wall: Stop the Illegals — protest outside Ahmed Hussen’s office
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Canada First Immigration Reform Committee

Box 332,

Rexdale, Ontario, M9W 5L3

Ph: 905-566-4455; FAX: 905-566-4820

Website: http://cafe.nfshost.com

Paul Fromm, B.Ed, M.A. Director


September 9, 2017


For Immediate Release


The Canada First Immigration Reform Committee is protesting today  at 2:00 p.m. outside the constituency office of Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen (99 Ingram Drive) in Toronto.


We are here to protest the utter failure of this Moslem, Somali refugee, immigration lawyer to protect our borders from a stream of illegals pouring into Canada, mostly through Quebec. Over 7,000 have entered since early July putting a huge strain on housing and social welfare. When he was appointed minister earlier this year, we had our doubts but wished him well. Sadly, he has proved himself a captive of his pro-invader background and totally unable to STAND ON GUARD FOR CANADA!


Canadians have been sickened by pictures of highly paid Mounties carrying suitcases for many well dressed Haitian illegals. They should have shoved them back across the border.


Canadians have been further sickened by pictures of Canadian soldiers who should be building a fence or wall, instead erecting tents to house the invaders. Meanwhile Gen. JonathanVance, the Chief of Defence Staff of the Canadian Army prances in the Ottawa gay pride parade with Justin Trudeau while his country is invaded.


The Trudeau government has shown no will to resist the invasion. A safe country treaty with the U.S. requires a would-be refugee applicant to apply in the first safe country he arrives in. For these Haitians and others streaming across the Quebec border, that would be the U.S. If they cross at a proper border crossing, they should be turned back. However, should they cross 100 yards away from a border crossing, against all logic, we pretend we don’t know where they come from and let them make a “refugee” claim. They are criminal illegals. They should be turned around and sent back.


Ahmed Hussen, Justin Trudeau, the RCMP and the Canadian Army have utterly failed to do their duty to STAND ON GUARD for Canada and for the Canadian taxpayer.


The illegals will cost the Canadian taxpayer hundreds of millions in welfare, legal aid, medicare, dental care (better than for Canadians on welfare), language and skills training and, of course, processing. Appeals can stretch their stay, even if rejected, to more than 5 years in Canada.


It’s time to retake control of the borders. Deport all illegals. Build a fence or wall and turn any intruder back to the U.S.


CONTACT: Paul Fromm, Director — 416-428-5308



Illegals as Cuckoos

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In response to the Boston politicos’ soft-on-crime proclamation

by Diane King




Due to the vast and immense amount of information concerning the fiscal demand and burden and consequent out-of-control criminal activity from allowing the flood and influx of illegal immigrants particularly in violation of the Immigration bill of 1996, I state and then recommend the following:
WHEREAS, the United States is NOT a nation of immigrants in that at the beginning, the original arrivals were citizens of the British empire.  The U.S. citizen then was a colonist of said empire or vetted legally from other lands and then became a citizen of the United States of America
WHEREAS, some immigrants have brought something to this land, the illegal immigrants take more than they contribute, placing the host community in dire financial straits.
* In accordance with President Trump’s new bill dealing with illegal immigrants/refugees, each needs to be vetted in accordance with present law.
* ANY AND ALL ILLEGALS be IMMEDIATELY deported at their country’s expense.
* A COMPLETE and TOTAL moratorium on ANY AND ALL immigration into this country for at least five years.
Essentially, until this situation is seriously reined in and controlled, our border signs will be:





If You Can’t Name the Problem, You Can’t Solve It — Deconstructing NATIONAL POST Story on Illegals

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If You Can’t Name the Problem, You Can’t Solve It — Deconstructing NATIONAL POST Story on Illegals



Paul Fromm is the Director of the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee at: http://canadafirst…

Blasting Cover-up Language Obscuring Actions of Illegals Invading Canada

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Blasting Cover-up Language Obscuring Actions of Illegals Invading Canada
P.O. Box 332,
Rexdale, ON.,
M9W 5L3
April 20, 2017
re: Saskatchewan woman charged with human smuggling after nine Africans stopped at border” (NATIONAL POST, April 20, 2017)
Dear Sir:
Over 2,000 people have illegally entered Canada since January, avoiding border check points. News photos show members of the RCMP helpfully assisting them by carrying their luggage. It’s like a Mountie driving the getaway car after a bank robbery.
Much of the Ottawa political elite and the media aren’t taking this invasion seriously.
In your story about the Regina woman arrested for smuggling in 9 African illegals, the diction tends to mask the crimes committed. The illegals are referred to by such obfuscatory terms as  “nine foreign nationals from West Africa”, “asylum seekerss”, “irregular border crossers”. Nothing “irregular” — they are illegals. 
And my favourite from the office of the federal public safety  minister who is supposed to protect our border, “spontaneous asylum seekers.” Are we supposed to believe that these West Africans were casually touring a shopping mall in North Dakota and, on a whim, decided to cross the snowy fields to Saskatchewan to “spontaneously” make a refugee claim, much as one might, on passing a coffee shop, on a whim order a latte?
And more incomplete reporting obscuring what’s being done to Canadians: The nine illegals “filed refugee claims with CBSA and were released from custody pending the outcome of their refugee hearings.”
True, but incomplete. So, people who have already shown their contempt for Canadian law are free to roam among us and free to be supported by the Canadian taxpayer. While they go through a process that could take years, considering appeals.l they receive Canadian welfare, medicare, legal and dental care and housing. Some punishment for hopping the border Who says crime doesn’t pay?
Paul Fromm

Human smuggling charges for woman discovered driving nine refugee claimants near U.S border

Douglas Quan | April 19, 2017 | Last Updated: Apr 19 8:38 PM ET
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Michelle Omoruyi, who is charged with attempting to smuggle nine asylum seekers across the Saskatchewan-U.S. border.

FacebookMichelle Omoruyi, who is charged with attempting to smuggle nine asylum seekers across the Saskatchewan-U.S. border.

A Saskatchewan woman is facing rare human smuggling charges and others are under investigation after Mounties intercepted nine foreign nationals from West Africa who had bypassed formal channels to get into the country.

The case raises the possibility that organized networks of people on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border are being paid to help asylum seekers cross the border illegally.

At a press conference on Wednesday in Regina, authorities said the charges — which come at a time when Canada has witnessed an influx of irregular border crossers — stemmed from a four-month investigation.

“Throughout the course of the investigation, the (Canada Border Services Agency) uncovered evidence to suggest suspected smugglers were allegedly bringing foreign nationals into Canada from the United States by facilitating their illegal crossing between designated ports of entry,” said Jason Evert, a CBSA assistant director.

According to new federal data, the number of asylum seekers caught crossing the border irregularly during the first three months of this year climbed nationwide from 315 in January, to 658 in February, to 887 in March. Most cases occurred in Quebec, Manitoba and B.C. Only five were recorded in Saskatchewan.

The federal public safety minister’s office said in a statement Wednesday that the flow of “spontaneous asylum seekers” represented only a fraction of all newcomers into Canada and that authorities were managing to deal with the increase just fine.

A majority of irregular migrants are U.S. visa holders, meaning they’ve passed American security checks, the statement said. Once in Canada, they undergo further screening.

“To be clear — trying to slip across the border in an irregular manner is not a ‘free’ ticket to Canada.”

But Jean-Pierre Fortin, the head of the union representing Canada’s border officers, has previously complained that the unmanned parts of the vast Canada-U.S. frontier are like “Swiss cheese” and has called for the creation of a dedicated mobile force to patrol the border. Fortin said he didn’t have enough information about the smuggling allegations Wednesday to comment further.

Authorities say their human smuggling investigation started in late December after border officers at the North Portal, Sask., port of entry questioned a man who was returning to Canada from the U.S.

Then last Friday evening, a suspect in that investigation was stopped by U.S. border officers as he attempted to enter North Dakota. They immediately notified their Canadian counterparts.

CBSA, in turn, alerted the RCMP that a “smuggling attempt may be imminent,” Evert said.

About 9 p.m., RCMP stopped a woman driving near the border. Her passengers, nine foreign nationals from West Africa, had entered Canada somewhere between the North Portal and Northgate ports of entry.

They subsequently filed refugee claims with CBSA and were released from custody pending the outcome of their refugee hearings. Authorities would not provide reporters with a breakdown of their ages, gender or nationalities.

On Saturday, police searched a home in Regina and found a significant amount of cash — some in foreign currency, said RCMP Insp. Donovan Fisher.

“We have enlisted the services of our proceeds of crime experts to analyze the money, analyze the situation around which the money was found, and any supporting documents that were included with that, including potentially looking at bank records,” he told reporters.

The woman, Michelle Omoruyi, 43, was charged with one count of human smuggling, in violation of federal immigration laws, and one count of conspiracy to commit human smuggling, in violation of the Criminal Code.

To be clear — trying to slip across the border in an irregular manner is not a ‘free’ ticket to Canada

Linda MacLeod, Omoruyi’s mother, said she first learned of the charges when the news was announced by RCMP. “I know nothing,” she said.

The charges have not been proven. Omoruyi is due in court May 15.

Richard Tessier, reeve of the rural municipality of Coalfields, Sask., near the border, said he was not surprised to hear that migrants were entering Canada in between the North Portal and Northgate ports of entry.

“It’s just a ditch with grass, there’s nothing else there,” he said.

Meanwhile, several more people were arrested by U.S. border officers in North Dakota as part of the same investigation. But details of their arrests were not available Wednesday afternoon.

Authorities would not say how many people might be connected to the suspected smuggling operation.

Lorne Waldman, a Toronto immigration lawyer, told Global News that smuggling charges related to asylum seekers are rare. To obtain a conviction, prosecutors must show that the motivation was money and not humanitarian reasons.

When hundreds of asylum seekers from Sri Lanka showed up on the B.C. coast in 2010 aboard a cargo vessel, RCMP charged several individuals with being part of a smuggling operation.

However, three were found not guilty earlier this year and a mistrial was declared for a fourth person.

Some of those who have recently sought asylum in Canada in such places as Emerson, Man., have told authorities they were motivated to leave the U.S. because of the new Trump administration, fearful their asylum claims wouldn’t be treated fairly or that general anti-immigrant sentiment was rising.