Border crossers are clogging the asylum system, flooding homeless shelters and are being moved out of college dormitories to make way for students. But Trudeau has a new solution: Move hundreds of immigrants into hotels where they will live at public expense. Canada could halt the illegal crossing with the stroke of a pen- but it won’t because it doesn’t serve the people, but has a different master.
President Trump is imposing a new 25% tariff on steel and a 10% tariff on aluminum imported from from Mexico, Canada, and the European Union. Mexico indicated it will retaliate against US agriculture products, Canada announced a new set of $16 billion in tariffs against US goods, and the EU will target bourbon and motorcycles made in the US. It is believed that China will be next on the list.
To the skeptical mind, this sounds like a flimsy ploy to use taxpayer funds to pay for the support of terrorism in Canada. Why would anyone want to do that? Because some people in high places actually want terrorism so there will be a plausible excuse to enact laws against liberty and to declare martial law. Martial law is the ultimate excuse for totalitarianism.
50% of Canadians are living within $200 per month of not being able to pay their bills. That means any unexpected bills or loss of income of $200 per month could wipe them out financially. 31% of Canadian polled said they already don’t make enough to meet their debt obligations. Citizens of most other countries are in the same situation.