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Lawyer predicts all Syrian Muslim migrants will gravitate to cities with large Islamic populations

Sponsored Syrian refugee family leaves small Canadian island after short stay


Lawyer predicts all Syrian Muslim migrants will gravitate to cities with large Islamic populations



Toronto-based immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann went on record recently predicting that most of the Syrian refugees admitted into Canada will move from small host towns to cities with large Muslim populations.

The result will likely be the creation of Muslim no-go zones in Canadian cities similar to those in Sweden, the U.K. and France, where police, Jews and other infidels fear to enter because of threats to their lives.

After less than a year since 30,000 mostly not vetted Syrian refugees were allowed into Canada, Mamann’s prediction that Syrian refugees will migrate to areas of the country with big, growing Islamic populations has become true.

One example is Pender Island in British Columbia.

In case you aren’t aware, Pender is one of the Gulf Islands located in the Georgia Strait between the B.C. mainland and Vancouver Island.

It has a fulltime population of 2,500 people, many of whom helped to fundraise $60,000 as well as prepare accommodation, food and medical support to sponsor a Syrian Muslim family to live on the island for a year.

In February, the family of four children, aged five to nine, and their parents arrived on Pender to much fanfare and a glowing article in a local newspaper by journalist Elizabeth Nolan, lauding the kindness and generosity of the good-hearted people of Pender.

Well, so far so good. But not for long. After six weeks, the family decided Pender was not for them and asked to be moved to Victoria, where 130 of their fellow Muslim migrants are living.
“[Pender] was too rugged for them,” said Andrea Spalding, who spearheaded the venture to bring the Syrians to the island.

Asked if she was disappointed, perhaps even a little angry when the Syrians left, Spalding replied that she was “sad when they moved, but [the initiative] was a wonderful success.”
Nolan did not write a follow up story to counter her initial enthusiasm for the Syrians’ arrival, saying only that “I heard the Syrians were not happy because there were not enough services to meet their needs.”

Therese Williams, a member of the main sponsorship group, opined that “[the family] was not pleased with the dark woods of this West Coast island.”

The fact that there is no mosque on the island also contributed to the family’s dim view of Pender.

Enter the Anglican Archdiocese of British Columbia, the organization responsible for overseeing the placement of Muslim refugees on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.

Spokeswoman Rebecca Siebert said, “The family never did adjust to life on Pender. Language was a major problem—perhaps we did not test their [English skills] enough. It was a real downer.”

According to Siebert, Program Director of Refugees for the Archdiocese, the Syrians were moved to Victoria on the understanding that they would forfeit their right to the $60,000 raised by the Pender islanders to support them for a year.

“They agreed, and we brought them to Victoria where they felt more at home living in the city’s Muslim area,” said Siebert.

But that still wasn’t good enough for the former Pender family. While in Victoria, they discovered that fellow Muslims they had lived beside in a UN-sponsored camp in the Middle East were now comfortably ensconced in Windsor, Ontario.

The family used money saved from Canada Child Tax Credit checks (your taxpayers’ money) to finance their air flight from Victoria to Windsor.

According to Air Canada, the least cost for a family of six to fly to Windsor would be over $3,000.

Living in large groups allows migrant families to access mosques and to possibly enroll their children in Shariah schools or in public schools that allow Islamic jurisprudence and religious ideas to be taught, including virulent antisemitism.

Also, the requirement for the parents to attend ESL classes to learn English would be unnecessary because, as has been shown in large Muslim no-go zones in Europe, English is not required to conduct daily business. This ensures assimilation or reasonable accommodation to Canadian culture will never occur.

But the Pender story does have a happy ending.

The Anglican Archdiocese worked a deal with the Pender Islanders to swap a family of Colombians for the unappreciative Syrians.

The Colombians, two husbands and wives with a total of nine children, are from a rural jungle area of Colombia where witchcraft is practised, an age-old form of magic that can include the shrinking of heads of dead people but, thank goodness, does not include the lopping off of heads of live people.

According to Siebert, the family of hunters and gatherers is right at home on Pender, which is not remotely “rugged” compared to the murky jungles of Colombia. 

Their only disappointment is that they cannot hunt and eat the deer considered sacred pets by the islanders.

As a final note, if you do not wish to become a pariah in your home town that has sponsored a Muslim Syrian family, do not ask why the sponsored people are Muslim instead of Christians who are beaten, raped and murdered in Syria by jihadist groups as well as in UN sponsored camps.

According to a CNS News story, “[Fleeing] persecution at the hands of ISIS and other jihadist groups, Syrian Christians generally avoid UN refugee camps because they are targeted there too.”
For good reason, then, church sponsors get extremely huffy, even hostile, if asked about the inequality between the Muslim to Christian immigration ratio.

It is no secret that the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the body responsible for determining who gets to leave the Middle East and who does not, is backed by a majority Arab bloc which can pass any resolution it approves of through the UN General Assembly.

And of course, the bloc ensures that Muslim refugees are first in line waiting for the green light to move to Canada and the U.S.

As a result, the number of Syrian Christians allowed into Canada or the United States is a tiny percentage of their Muslim counterparts.

Moreover, if you follow the money, the NGOs and VOLAGS who organize Muslim migration—specifically to the United States—do not care whether the refugees are Islamic or Christian because the big players are filling their collection baskets with millions of taxpayers’ dollars to facilitate mass Muslim immigration, deliberately ignoring—in return for the almighty dollar— the brutal treatment of Christian Syrians in the Middle East.


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Pro Deo et Constitutione –
Libertas aut Mors Semper Vigilans Fortis
Paratus et Fidelis
Joseph F Barber

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https://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/

Sponsored Syrian refugee family leaves small Canadian island after short stay


Lawyer predicts all Syrian Muslim migrants will gravitate to cities with large Islamic populations



Toronto-based immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann went on record recently predicting that most of the Syrian refugees admitted into Canada will move from small host towns to cities with large Muslim populations.

The result will likely be the creation of Muslim no-go zones in Canadian cities similar to those in Sweden, the U.K. and France, where police, Jews and other infidels fear to enter because of threats to their lives.

After less than a year since 30,000 mostly not vetted Syrian refugees were allowed into Canada, Mamann’s prediction that Syrian refugees will migrate to areas of the country with big, growing Islamic populations has become true.

One example is Pender Island in British Columbia.

In case you aren’t aware, Pender is one of the Gulf Islands located in the Georgia Strait between the B.C. mainland and Vancouver Island.

It has a fulltime population of 2,500 people, many of whom helped to fundraise $60,000 as well as prepare accommodation, food and medical support to sponsor a Syrian Muslim family to live on the island for a year.

In February, the family of four children, aged five to nine, and their parents arrived on Pender to much fanfare and a glowing article in a local newspaper by journalist Elizabeth Nolan, lauding the kindness and generosity of the good-hearted people of Pender.

Well, so far so good. But not for long. After six weeks, the family decided Pender was not for them and asked to be moved to Victoria, where 130 of their fellow Muslim migrants are living.
“[Pender] was too rugged for them,” said Andrea Spalding, who spearheaded the venture to bring the Syrians to the island.

Asked if she was disappointed, perhaps even a little angry when the Syrians left, Spalding replied that she was “sad when they moved, but [the initiative] was a wonderful success.”
Nolan did not write a follow up story to counter her initial enthusiasm for the Syrians’ arrival, saying only that “I heard the Syrians were not happy because there were not enough services to meet their needs.”

Therese Williams, a member of the main sponsorship group, opined that “[the family] was not pleased with the dark woods of this West Coast island.”

The fact that there is no mosque on the island also contributed to the family’s dim view of Pender.

Enter the Anglican Archdiocese of British Columbia, the organization responsible for overseeing the placement of Muslim refugees on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.

Spokeswoman Rebecca Siebert said, “The family never did adjust to life on Pender. Language was a major problem—perhaps we did not test their [English skills] enough. It was a real downer.”

According to Siebert, Program Director of Refugees for the Archdiocese, the Syrians were moved to Victoria on the understanding that they would forfeit their right to the $60,000 raised by the Pender islanders to support them for a year.

“They agreed, and we brought them to Victoria where they felt more at home living in the city’s Muslim area,” said Siebert.

But that still wasn’t good enough for the former Pender family. While in Victoria, they discovered that fellow Muslims they had lived beside in a UN-sponsored camp in the Middle East were now comfortably ensconced in Windsor, Ontario.

The family used money saved from Canada Child Tax Credit checks (your taxpayers’ money) to finance their air flight from Victoria to Windsor.

According to Air Canada, the least cost for a family of six to fly to Windsor would be over $3,000.

Living in large groups allows migrant families to access mosques and to possibly enroll their children in Shariah schools or in public schools that allow Islamic jurisprudence and religious ideas to be taught, including virulent antisemitism.

Also, the requirement for the parents to attend ESL classes to learn English would be unnecessary because, as has been shown in large Muslim no-go zones in Europe, English is not required to conduct daily business. This ensures assimilation or reasonable accommodation to Canadian culture will never occur.

But the Pender story does have a happy ending.

The Anglican Archdiocese worked a deal with the Pender Islanders to swap a family of Colombians for the unappreciative Syrians.

The Colombians, two husbands and wives with a total of nine children, are from a rural jungle area of Colombia where witchcraft is practised, an age-old form of magic that can include the shrinking of heads of dead people but, thank goodness, does not include the lopping off of heads of live people.

According to Siebert, the family of hunters and gatherers is right at home on Pender, which is not remotely “rugged” compared to the murky jungles of Colombia. 

Their only disappointment is that they cannot hunt and eat the deer considered sacred pets by the islanders.

As a final note, if you do not wish to become a pariah in your home town that has sponsored a Muslim Syrian family, do not ask why the sponsored people are Muslim instead of Christians who are beaten, raped and murdered in Syria by jihadist groups as well as in UN sponsored camps.

According to a CNS News story, “[Fleeing] persecution at the hands of ISIS and other jihadist groups, Syrian Christians generally avoid UN refugee camps because they are targeted there too.”
For good reason, then, church sponsors get extremely huffy, even hostile, if asked about the inequality between the Muslim to Christian immigration ratio.

It is no secret that the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the body responsible for determining who gets to leave the Middle East and who does not, is backed by a majority Arab bloc which can pass any resolution it approves of through the UN General Assembly.

And of course, the bloc ensures that Muslim refugees are first in line waiting for the green light to move to Canada and the U.S.

As a result, the number of Syrian Christians allowed into Canada or the United States is a tiny percentage of their Muslim counterparts.

Moreover, if you follow the money, the NGOs and VOLAGS who organize Muslim migration—specifically to the United States—do not care whether the refugees are Islamic or Christian because the big players are filling their collection baskets with millions of taxpayers’ dollars to facilitate mass Muslim immigration, deliberately ignoring—in return for the almighty dollar— the brutal treatment of Christian Syrians in the Middle East.


David Square

Pro Deo et Constitutione –
Libertas aut Mors Semper Vigilans Fortis
Paratus et Fidelis
Joseph F Barber

https://www.facebook.com/FREEDOMORANARCHYCampaignofConscience
https://twitter.com/toptradesmen
https://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/



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