Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The Government Is Housing U.S. “Refugees” At Montreal’s Olympic Stadium

The Government Is Housing U.S. “Refugees” At Montreal’s Olympic Stadium

Meanwhile, Montreal’s homeless population is over 3,000

Due to the continuing surge of “asylum-seekers” from the United States, Montreal’s Olympic stadium is being set up as a temporary housing area.

According to a report, “Between 100 and 450 beds will be set up for asylum seekers at the Olympic Stadium.”
Of course, this is happening because the Trudeau government refuses to respect the integrity of the Canadian border, and refuses to enforce the laws. In just the first six months of this year, 3,350 people have illegally crossed into Quebec. As a result, resources are being pushed far past their limit.

Clearly, someone coming from the United States – a free and democratic country – is not a refugee. Yet, the Trudeau government – led by Trudeau’s virtue-signalling tweet – is addicted to the fawning headlines they get in the globalist press when they ignore Canada’s laws.

What about Montreal’s homeless population?

It’s essential to point out that the homeless population in Montreal was reported to be 3,016 in the last major survey – of whom 44 percent were born in Montreal, 6 percent were Canadian Veterans, and 10% were Indigenous.

Why has the stadium not been opened for them?
Why did the government not put our own homeless citizens first?
Why is it that Canadians seem to be an afterthought in the eyes of those in power?

All of these questions must be asked and answered. The ongoing spectacle of seeing the government fall all over themselves to fix the problems of non-citizens, while ignoring the needs of Canadians is an absolute disgrace, and it needs to stop.

Spencer Fernando
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