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Friday, 22 February 2013
In Canada, Muslims From Everywhere Do Head One List: Citizenship Fraud

The numbers presented in the Poste De Veille story below  represent merely the tip of the immigration-fraud iceberg, with the country of Canada, like the rest of the West, in the role of the Titanic.

These numbers require a multiplier -- you supply your own.

And one more point: everyone who is granted Canadian (as American, French, British, Dutch, etc.) citizenship, is assumed to be capable of being a loyal member of Canda (America, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, etc.), able to agree to be ruled by the rule of local, man-made, law, and not to merely pretend, for the moment, to accept such man-made Infidel law.

Why is this not understood? Why do those who grant asylum, absurdly, or otherwise take in Muslims [declared, falsely, to be "refugees" when the only true refugees from Muslim lands are non-Muslims], and then make it possible for them to remain forever, and to breed in numbers far beyond those of non-Muslims, and what's more, to have those large families by taking advantage of every benefit the generous states of the Western world -- with Canada among the most solicitous of every need of its immigrants -- offer, thus reducing the amounts available for the indigenous population, and what's more, creating ever greater disruption (in schools, for example), physical insecurity (to non-Musliims), and expense (the expense of guarding against, of monitoring, and where necessary arresting, prosecuting, supplying defense lawyers for, and then incarcerating, Muslims who commit crimes at a much higher rate, all over the Western world, than do non-Muslim immigrants, and the non-Muslim indigenes. To be against Muslim immigration is quite different from being "against immigration" -- it's a way to ensure that those non-Muslims who fled the lands of Islam will be safe in their new homes, not followed to Canada or America or other countries by the bearers of that same ideology that cannot be changed.


Canada : la fraude à la citoyenneté implique surtout des personnes originaires de pays musulmans

Ils représentent les trois quarts des dossiers mis en examen.


Plus d'un quart des personnes visées par des enquêtes pour fraude à la citoyenneté sont d'origine libanaise et la plupart sont arrivées au Québec ou en Ontario entre 2000 et 2004, selon des données obtenues par Radio-Canada.

En septembre dernier, Citoyenneté et Immigration Canada (CIC) annonçait que plus de 3100 personnes étaient visées par des enquêtes pour fraude à la citoyenneté. Jusqu'à présent, le ministère demeurait discret sur l'origine de ces présumés fraudeurs. Les informations obtenues par Radio-Canada à la suite d'une demande d'accès à l'information permettent d'en savoir plus sur le profil de ces derniers : avec 27 % des cas, le Liban est le pays le plus visé par ces enquêtes. [   ]

La procédure de révocation de la citoyenneté peut prendre des mois, voire des années, explique Me Kurland. «Ce n'est pas facile, c'est difficile et c'est cher, si la personne concernée décide de combattre la décision», dit-il. Toutefois, il estime que beaucoup de ces fraudeurs ne résident pas au Canada. Ils pourraient tout simplement accepter la révocation de leur citoyenneté, sans entamer de démarches judiciaires. [   ]

Outre le Liban, plusieurs autres pays du Moyen-Orient sont particulièrement visés par ces enquêtes. Ainsi, 240 cas de fraudes proviennent du Koweït, 150 des Émirats arabes unis et 132 de l'Arabie saoudite. Si la citoyenneté canadienne ouvre l'accès à la couverture médicale ou au système d'éducation d'ici, et permet de quitter le Moyen-Orient en cas de conflit, elle offre aussi la possibilité d'avoir un meilleur salaire pour les étrangers vivant dans ces pays. Car dans plusieurs émirats du golfe Persique, les détenteurs d'un passeport occidental sont souvent bien mieux rémunérés que ceux des autres pays... [   ]

Source : Radio-Canada, 22 janvier 2013

Posted on 02/22/2013 6:34 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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