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It’s a Start: As Far as It Goes: Kellie Leitch Promises Common Sense on Immigration

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It’s a Start: As Far as It Goes: Kellie Leitch Promises Common Sense on Immigration

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Yesterday I travelled to Emerson, Manitoba, the site of hundreds of illegal border crossings over the last few months.

 

I did what Justin Trudeau would not — I met with the people of Emerson to hear first hand the consequences of a prime minister inviting illegal crossings.

 

What they told me was that Prime Minister Trudeau needs to stop celebrating our open borders and that Canada needs to enforce existing laws to stop this now.

 

 

 

Throughout this campaign I have been clear:

  • I will ensure that every immigrant, refugee, and visitor to Canada receives an interview with a trained immigration officer
  • I will ensure they are screened for their agreement for Canadian values before they are admitted to the country
  • I will ensure that illegal border crossers are detained, questioned, and returned to the United States
  • I will ensure that any city that declares itself a sanctuary does not receive federal funding for transportation

Canadians are a generous people but that generosity must not be taken advantage of.

 

I am the only candidate who will implement these common sense policies.
To make that happen I need your help.

 

I need your vote.

 

And I need your financial support.

 

 

Please make a donation to my campaign today of $25$75, or $150. All donations up to $400 are eligible for a tax credit of 75% of the amount of the donation. That means a $400 donation will only cost you $100 after your 2017 tax return. To make a donation click here.

 

 

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Kellie

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The Conservative Leadership Race

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THE CANADIAN RED ENSIGN

The Canadian Red Ensign

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017

The Conservative Leadership Race

As one whose lifelong Toryism is a matter of principle and conviction rather than partisan allegiance the present contest for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada has been of only tertiary interest, if that, to me. The party has compromised, sold-out, and otherwise betrayed the principles and ideals to which its name alludes time and time again.

Unfortunately, while the Conservatives cannot be trusted to live up to their own principles you can always count on the Grits to live down to our worst expectations of them as they do everything in their power to impose the latest version of their ever-changing insane ideology upon our country while feathering their nests, enhancing their power, and displaying the utmost arrogance and contempt for ordinary Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada began its sordid existence as the party advocating selling out the heritage of honour and loyalty upon which our country was built for filthy American lucre and has spent a century and a half trying to undo Confederation, strip us of our traditions and legacy, rob us of our rights and freedoms and turn Canada into a pathetic, third-world, police state that hides the sheer nastiness of its politically correct oppressiveness behind a thin outward veneer of toxic niceness. Now, under the leadership of an intolerably arrogant, empty-headed and black-hearted coxcomb, the Grits have placed an onerous debt burden upon the backs of future generations of Canadians for centuries to come with their present extravagance, taken a gigantic first step towards the subjection of Christians, Jews, and all other non-Muslim Canadians to dhimmitude by passing, against widespread objection, a motion condemning Islamophobia, while seeking to shove the most recent gender insanity down all of our throats and, in complete disregard for the safety, well-being, and wishes of Canadians, thrown out the welcome mat to all those who pose enough of a security risk to be rejected as immigrants and asylum-seekers by our southern neighbour.

Therefore, while it is too much to hope that the Conservatives, returned to power, would actually put Tory principles into practice in their governance, such a return is to be wished if for no other reason than to rid the country of the disastrous misrule of the vile and loathsome gang of miscreants presently holding office. For a number of reasons – several decades worth of neglect in the teaching of Canadian civics in our schools and our having been swamped by Yankee pop culture in the same period being the chief two – the Canadian electorate treats our general elections as if they were the equivalent of American presidential contests and votes according to who the party leader is. Who the leader is, therefore, matters and so this race demands our attention.

Sadly, the quantity of the candidates seeking the leadership is far more impressive than the quality. Indeed, it is much easier to decide which candidates ought not to be allowed anywhere near the leadership than to pick one who stands out as deserving to win. Foremost among these is Kevin O’Leary. The Dragon’s Den star has been compared to American President Donald Trump but the comparison is cosmetic and superficial and has nothing to do with policy matters. O’Leary is a free trader and an immigration enthusiast, as well as being the most socially liberal candidate to ever seek the Tory leadership. He is most like Donald Trump in his personality – in his policies he is much closer to Justin Trudeau. It is hard to imagine a worse combination in a prospective Conservative leader.

The other Irishman, Erin O’Toole is also disqualified in my books. A Kisaragi Colour, the founder of the blog The Maple Monarchists, has surveyed the leadership candidates on their views of Canada’s constitutional monarchy. All who replied, either personally or through their staff, indicated their support of the institution to some degree or another, except O’Toole and Lisa Raitt, both of whom declined to indicate their position. This is a disqualifier. Royalism is a sine qua non of Canadian conservatism and someone who refuses to commit publicly to support of the monarchy has no business even running as a Conservative candidate much less for the leadership.

If the leadership were to be decided on that sole issue alone, Andrew Scheer would clearly be the best candidate as he indicated the most enthusiastic support for the royal institution by far of all the candidates in his response.

There are other issues to be considered, however, and here things become complicated because different candidates stand out as being the strongest on different sets of issues.

Take “social conservatism” for example. This commonly denotes the sort of moral and social positions that evangelical and fundamentalist Protestants, traditionalist Catholic and Orthodox, and other religious conservatives would support. This would include being pro-life, i.e., opposed to abortion and euthanasia, a supporter of traditional one man/one woman marriage, and an opponent of the alphabet soup gang agenda, of feminism, and often of the legalization of recreational drugs such as marijuana. For a couple of decades the conventional wisdom has been that no party running on a socially conservative platform stood a chance of winning because Canadians are fiscally conservative but socially liberal. In fact the opposite is the case. Opposition to moral and social breakdown will always be more popular than tightening the purse strings and anybody with an ounce of sense knows that. The conventional wisdom exists to browbeat the major parties into not putting it to the test by running a socially conservative campaign. On social conservatism, the strongest of the candidates would be Brad Trost, MP for Saskatoon-University. Trost is an evangelical Christian, who has been outspoken on socially conservative issues throughout his political career, and who has opposed the shift towards social liberalism taken by the party under the interim leadership of Rona Ambrose.

On culture and immigration there is no good candidate. A good candidate would be one who takes the position that immigration, legal and illegal, should not be allowed to change the character of the country, that our government and not the immigrants themselves will select who is allowed in and that it will place the needs of our country first in doing so rather than those of the prospective immigrants, that we will not admit large numbers of either immigrants or refugees in periods of high unemployment and economic recession, that illegal immigration will not be tolerated and will result in the permanent disqualification of the queue-jumper for even legal immigration, and that our refugee admission policies need to be reformed to recognize the reality that the vast majority of asylum seekers are frauds. A good candidate would denounce the toxic cultural atmosphere of ethnomasochism and oikophobia that liberalism spent much of the last fifty years creating. No candidate dares to take this position, of course. The closest thing to it is Kellie Leitch, who is not close at all but who merely wants prospective immigrants to be screened for values that conflict with Canadian values, by which she means the values of the multicultural, feminist, progressive, liberal, left that has been denouncing her as a bigot for wanting newcomers to hold to their values. On this, as with social conservatism, a platform much further to the right that provided Canadians with a real alternative to liberalism for a change would garner much more support than the conventional wisdom would acknowledge.

On fiscal and economic policy if any of the candidates stands out it is probably Maxime Bernier.

Ideally, the next Conservative leader would be strong on all of these issues, but such a person does not appear to be present among the current candidates. Practically, the next leader will also have to be someone around whom the party can unite and who can generate enough popular support to oust the Liberals. Although this quality is harder to gauge, here too there is no name jumping off of the candidates list as the obvious choice.

Perhaps the best we can hope for is that whoever the Conservatives choose as their leader will win by default simply because everyone will finally be sick to death of Justin Trudeau.

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The Best of Times/The Worst of Times

Charles Dickens opened his novel A Tale of Two Cities with the line: “It was the best of times it was the worst of times.” So, it is in Canada today.

 

The Worst of Times: Somali, Immigration Lawyer and Community Head is the New Immigration Minister

In a big knee to the testicles of Canada’s European founding/settler people, Justin Trudeau 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!

 

However, this insulting appointment is entirely consistent with Prime Minister Trudeau, the Trust Fund Kid’s vision of Canada. “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.’” (Toronto Sun, September 14, 2016) He can’t get rid of the European founding/settler people fast enough. Hence his open door  immigration policy and announcement that Canada will accept the self-styled refugees President Trump is turning back.

 

The Best of Times — Donald Trump Changes Everything

Donald Trump is the most important political development in North America since World War II. If we are to reclaim North America and stop our replacement by the Third World, we need a breather — a minimum five-year moratorium on immigration until we eliminate unemployment. Then, if we need immigration, we must restrict it to those who will not upset the ethnic balance. No more yearly intake 85 per cent from the Third World. Donald Trump has pointed the finger at the large number of drug pushers and killers coming up from Mexico. He proposed the utterly common sense approach to illegals: deport the illegals who are here and build a wall to keep more out. He was subjected to the usual weaponized control words — “racist”, White supremacist”, “xenophobe”. He didn’t retreat. He repeated his stand over and over again. In reacting to the murder of 14 Americans by two radical Moslems in San Bernardino, Donald Trump said Moslems should be banned from coming to the U.S. until the  government can figure out how to vet them. Once again, his political destruction was predicted and he was subjected to those weaponized words — “racist”, “Islamophobe,” etc. But something strange happened: He stuck to his position, proudly repeating it and he just got stronger. In despair, journalists on both sides of the border, whined: “But we told people he was a racist and they still voted for him.” And again and again, he repeated a simple, healthy new moral vision: “America First!” Not UN declarations first or being a “citizen of the world”

 

What’s happening? Donald Trump has made it possible to discuss tough immigration controls and denying entry to certain classes of persons. He has established a new healthy vision of putting the interests of one’s own nation and its founding/settler people first, rather than the claims of refugees. The old control words, especially “racist”, have lost a bit of their power. After all, if the President of the United States is a “racist”, how bad can it be? Also, Trump has taken on and identified the wildly biased mainstream media and repeatedly denounced them as liars. He has used the social media — Twitter, Facebook, and e-mails — to do an end run around them.

 

The Trump Phenomenon Is Spreading to Canada

Trump’s courage has opened up  opportunity for strong criticism of immigration. Leaderless resistance is breaking out all over Canada. Encouraged by the stunning Donald Trump victory in the U.S., November 8, members of Canada’s Dispossessed Majority, the European founder/settler people, are speaking out against political correctness and Canada’s failed anti-White immigration policy. In incidents across the country, individuals are designing posters or leaflets critical of immigration and distributing them. This is happening in Vancouver, Vernon, Edmonton, Toronto, Fort McMurray and elsewhere. The reaction is the same: Hysterical press denunciation, denunciation by politicians who should be listening to the people, not lecturing them and, of course, calls for the local “hate squad” to investigate. Canada’s elite is frazzled.

 

On the political front, at least two of the candidates for the leadership of the Conservative Party have taken a helpful baby step toward immigration reform. Former cabinet minister Kellie Leitch has proposed screening immigrants and refugees to make sure of their commitment to “Canadian values.” It is such an obvious and bland proposal. Yet, the leftish press has reacted with abuse and horror. Realistically, why should we allow people who are hostile to our values to join us? Less widely known, another candidate former Security Minister  Steven Blaney wants to reduce the number of immigrants and refugees — a useful baby step in the right direction. There has to be better security screening, he adds, and “we need to integrate newcomers, not accommodate.”

 

Nick Kouvalis was the organizer behind Rob Ford’s surprise victory in the 2010 Toronto mayoralty race. He has also helped quarterback the Kellie Leitch campaign. “Nick Kouvalis, who runs a public opinion research firm, predicted that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s policies on refugee and immigration would lead to a Liberal defeat at the next general election in 2019.” (National Post, February 6, 2017) Let’s work to make this prediction come true!

 

This is Our Opportunity

Donald Trump has made criticism of immigration mainstream. This is now our opportunity to advance the discussion of immigration, especially the plan to replace the European founding/settler people by a Third World majority before 2050. To this end, we’ve had several professionally designed posters. One is enclosed. These are to be posted in community centres, libraries, colleges and universities. They’ll spark a reaction and generate publicity for our ideas. Please order some from us and distribute them. Be an agent of change.

 

We have spent a lot of time this past year producing videos on immigration. These are available over the Internet and are a great educational resource for educating and recruiting people.

 

Here are some recent ones:

*  Quebec City Mosque Shooting and Elite’s Campaign Against Islamophobiahttps://youtu.be/g1Xr-hKBnlk

* Canada’s Dispossesed Majority Strikes Back with Immigration Reform in 2017 —  https://youtu.be/Z0KH0Auzc5U

*  Canadian Political Establishment Plotting an Immigration Floodhttps://youtu.be/h37P8uiy8zY

 

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– For lobbying and postering to put real immigration reform on the agenda.

 

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