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The majority of refugees are not even refugees. They are economic migrants who are flooding into Europe illegally - most of them are perfectly healthy grown men - very few families who are actually fleeing form Syria. Their behaviour is disgusting and I'm so proud of Hungary and now other countries that have erected barriers to keep them from illegally trying to get in.

And now, families who are 'Syrian refugees' are being sponsored to live in KW? Where was my money when my family fled from the civil war in Southeast Europe? We had to actually work to get to where we are now. I am anything but proud of this.

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  1. All those who voted for that weak piece of shit Trudeau and does not want 25000 refugees coming to Canada can only thank themselves for their idiotic decision in the recent election.

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    1. He really is comical, isn't he? I mean, until you start realizing people voted for him.

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  2. Man, I am so surprised that there are such awful people that go to UW. You are all real heartless pieces of shit.

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    1. Is it heartless when your town or island or village are being destroyed by migrants streaming into it? Ask the people of Lesbos or of Calais how they feel.

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    2. Yes, wishing to avoid importing terrorists is heartless. Well said. Another fucking leftist dweeb.

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  3. "Where was my money when my family fled from the civil war in Southeast Europe?" ... it has taken a long time to get to a point where we have enough social services and support to take in refugees.

    The reason there was no support when your family was fleeing is precisely because of people like you.

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    1. i think you don't get the point of rhetorical questions m8

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  4. "Where was my money when my family fled from the civil war in Southeast Europe?"

    So people realized that what they did in the past wasn't the best and decided to improve their handling of similar situations in the future. It's called progress. Don't be bitter.

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  5. It's laughable hearing them referred to as refugees. They are economic migrants overwhelmingly young and male. Compare pics of these scammers to pics of every other refugee exodus in history and you'll see why. My grandmother was a refugee, actually, and when she fled (on foot) the majority of the other refugees were women; they wanted to avoid being raped and also because he men stayed behind to hold up the advance for a as long as they could. Interesting to see how it's the exact opposite here.

    Also, I'll point out that some twit said not to panic about the Syrian passport at the theatre because fake docs are easy to get in Turkey. Oh really? So that means terrorists from other nations can get fake Syrian docs to come to, I don't know, Canada? Meanwhile that fucking pussy Trudeau wants to go full steam ahead with 25K immigrants.

    The fact is, the Muslims that are in Canada are welcome to stay UNLESS they make so much as a peep about supporting terror in which case they should be on the first plane out. However, it's time to close the door on anymore. Sorry, if you are Muslim, don't come here.

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    1. 1) What's wrong with economic migrants? It's how Canada was built in the first place, after all. If anything, we should be MORE welcoming to those looking to build a better life for themselves, not less.

      2) Leaving the above criticism aside, it's worth noting most of the people fleeing Syria are middle class educated workers because they're the only ones right now who can afford to flee. The poor and destitute in Syria don't really have a way to get out, so they're stuck living in terror of their own government, AND ISIS. Sucky way to live. More military action on our part would be nice, but....

      3) 25k migrants is a drop in the bucket when there are literally millions. We were already planning to take 10k under Harper. Really, it makes very little difference in the grand scheme of things - as long as our security protocols are up to snuff.

      4) I agree that immigrants who turn out to be members of terrorist groups or engaged in terrorist activities shouldn't be admitted to or kept in Canada. That said, if a terrorist or someone engaging in terrorist activities is a Canadian citizen, then we should imprison them, not shaft them to some other country (regardless of their religion).

      5) Muslims are not automatically terror suspects unless proven otherwise, anymore than Irish Catholics 25 years ago were members of the IRA unless proven otherwise, or being a Quebec separatist in the 70s made you a possible member of the FLQ unless proven otherwise. Plenty of muslims are just as Canadian as you or me (including one of our student executives here on this campus, last I checked), and there's no reason grounded in any kind of real evidence to deny other muslims the opportunity to become Canadians, too.

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    2. @5a

      1. Because economic migrants should be quality and quantity controlled. We should take in only the people that would benefit Canada, not the entire third world. If our doors were opened up unconditionally, there wouldn't be much of a Canada left. Our welfare system in particular would not survive a day of such a policy.

      2. Most refugees arriving at Europe's shores are actually non-Syrian. A large proportion (up to a third) of those registered as Syrian in European refugee camps are not actually Syrian. A large proportion, even a majority, of the boat people are not people fleeing war, but rather people deciding that they have a right to live in a first world country because they feel like it. This is evident when you look at the "migration route" through Europe. The so-called "refugees" are safe in Turkey, in Lebanon, in Greece, in Spain, in Italy. But no, they have to get to Germany, to the UK, to Sweden because the conditions are comfier and they need somewhere to charge their smartphones. The situation at Calais wouldn't exist at all if the refugees were thankful to be alive, but instead they feel the need to take advantage of the UK's better accomodations.

      3. Again, 25K UNCONTROLLED. Unlike our other immigrants we have absolutely no way of knowing their pros or cons without them going through a strict review process, which the 25K quota alone shows is not what will happen.

      4. How would we know if somebody's a terrorist or not if we don't even review their past? Furthermore, there's a big difference between citizens committing crimes in your country, and foreign nationals doing the same. Deporting foreign criminals is a legal and very sensible thing to do.

      5. You keep forgetting that we would be importing 25K people from an area with enormous levels of militia/civilian violence and terrorism, a large proportion of which will be anti-Western (probably greater than in other countries due to the history of the West's interaction with these regions) and of which many will see this as an opportunity to carry out terrorist attacks. Unthinkable? So too thought the Parisians. Maybe let's take a look at who we're importing first, eh?

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    3. 1) I was never suggesting we open our doors up unconditionally. But refugees of almost any kind in today's world tend to be middle class by definition, and thus a benefit to our economy.

      2) Would love some links to credible sources on this claim.

      3) I don't disagree that some controls are in our best interest. I think the new government's motivations to take in this number by year's end are grounded far more in politics than evidence-based policy. That said, I'd still like to see us take in far more refugees overall, and I believe the program needs serious streamlining.

      4) I never said we shouldn't review their past. A screening process is important. I also never said we shouldn't deport foreign criminals. It was specifically Canadian citizens committing acts of terror that I believe shouldn't be deported. I don't care if they're dual citizens or not - once they have full citizenship here, that entitles them to certain rights, regardless of what follows.

      5) Again, I don't oppose refugee screening. I was specifically speaking to your insinuation that Muslims should stay away from Canada, and that Muslim-Canadians should only stay subject to certain conditions. You do get that there are huge numbers of Muslims with Canadian citizenship, right? One of our student executives right here at Waterloo is one of them.

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    4. 5: Finally, someone who sees the truth. Muslims are nothing but garbage. They don't belong to Canada. These "refugees" should go see "refuge" in Saudi Arabia.

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    5. 5d: I dare you, go walk into the Feds VP Internal's office, and tell him that, despite being a Canadian citizen and holding a Canadian passport, he needs to go back to Saudi Arabia because he chose the wrong god to worship.

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    6. 1. If you don't support opening doors unconditionally, congratulations on being considered a racist by pro-refugee groups in Europe. Refugees being "middle class" (apparently defined by being able to fork over several thousand euros for a human smuggling trip) has nothing to do with whether they'll be productive citizens or not, nor with the use of their jobs to the economy. Taking in refugees is a purely moral thing, most of the time it won't benefit your economy.

      2. http://epthinktank.eu/2015/04/14/asylum-in-the-eu-facts-and-figures/ and particularly https://libraryeuroparl.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/asylum-fig-2.png, also https://www.rt.com/news/316570-eu-false-syrian-refugees/

      3. You can't control them if you've already let them into the country.

      4. A screening process is precisely what Europe is unable to do because of their border policy, and giving a quota for people to import at the earliest opportunity shows that Trudeau doesn't care about the refugee screening process either.

      5. Oh, I should have mentioned: I'm not 5.

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    7. Oh look, turns out they are dishonest and trying to cheat the system. Of course!

      https://ca.news.yahoo.com/honduras-detains-five-syrians-heading-u-stolen-greek-195108906.html

      The only people who didn't see this coming are leftist idiots.

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  6. The level of bigotry and racism I've seen from CANADIANS here at UW is utterly disgusting. You should be ashamed of yourselves. This country was built by migrants, but we're not even talking about migrants, we're talking about refugees fleeing war and ISIS.

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  7. Number 5,for someone who is from a refugee family you don't seem to have learned from history. If your grandmother didn't make it, you wouldn't be here today lashing out against innocent people fleeing war and persecution. Do you know there are Christians, Armenians, Kurds fleeing this war? between them are women abducted raped and tortured by ISIS.. and children born without medical care in hospitals while being bombed...what kind of heartless human are you ?

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  8. Stop complaining. You voted for Liberals.

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