Maybe they shouldn't have voted for a leftist boy band member who wants to fill the country with refugees over a responsible conservative leader. But sometimes opinion polls don't mesh too well with votes.
As President Donald Trump unveils a new temporary travel ban, Canadians are growing weary of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s open-door refugee policy, according to a new poll.
Though a majority still support the government’s handling of refugees, fully 25 percent now favor a Trump-style travel ban and 41 percent say Canada is accepting too many refugees. Just 11 percent of Canadians say the country needs to accept more refugees.
A clear majority of 54 per cent say refugees are not assimilating into mainstream society while 46 percent say they do try to merge with Canadians.
These are European numbers in that they foreshadow a larger potential shift. Canada has had a very generous immigration policy. The results of that policy can be clearly seen in Toronto and for that matter in Ottawa.
As I recently discussed in A Muslim Murder Spree in Canada's Capital.
Almost half of the total murders in Ottawa last year involved Muslims. The same had also been true for the previous year.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a vehement advocate of Muslim colonization, had declared that Canada was the “first postnational state”.
“There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” the radical leftist leader had insisted.
Some Canadians are not too happy with the consequences of that thinking. But more need to identify the thinking itself as the problem.
Because the end result of welcoming in the intolerant is intolerance like this. Not tolerance.
As Canada reportedly inches forward toward criminalizing Islamophobia, why are Trudeau and Islamic groups silent over a Quebec imam’s prayer to annihilate Jews?
Quebec Imam Sayed Al Ghitawi of the Al Andalous Islamic Center in Montreal, Quebec, recited prayers that include the following supplications: "O Allah, destroy the accursed Jews"
This is what you get with constant migration and a post-national state.