Refugee Crisis

DaSleeper
+1
#541
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#542
Quote: Originally Posted by justducky View Post

Billionaires have been told a conspiracy by the Kochs or someone to keep them scared and following the right wing program. They are expecting a dystopia. They need an escape hatch in case of climate change or outbreak or if the base finally get wise. If they just believed in mitigating climate change or in girl child education the world over or or sharing knowledge rather than coveting it and hoarding it to get more money they would not be so worried. I believe human ingenuity can overcome all these things (outbreak will be beaten back by Africans as they have more genetic diversity than the rest of the world and are our greatest hope for survival). Shhh. Don't tell the billionaires of the right wing that their will be financial meltdown if there is a dystopia and their money won't mean anything anymore. The billionaires are currently trying to figure out how to keep their personal security teams in place during the dystopia and not go back to help their own families and leave the billionaires on their own to cope. Guess what the billionaire right wing are not talking about saving? You. But liberals are.

Do you actually believe that ? Really ?
 
Tecumsehsbones
#543
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Do you actually believe that ? Really ?

Amazingly stupid. But to be fair, no more stupid than what you believe.
 
spaminator
#544
http://torontosun.com/news/national/...s-un-committee

http://torontosun.com/news/national/...ths-of-decline

http://torontosun.com/news/national/...-go-up-in-july
 
EagleSmack
#545
No longer simmering... boiling.
 
spaminator
#546
'GROSS BETRAYAL': U.K. terror suspect had been given asylum
Brad Hunter
Published:
August 16, 2018
Updated:
August 16, 2018 12:38 PM EDT
London terror suspect Salih Khater was granted asylum in the U.K. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The man accused of trying to run down pedestrians and cyclists outside the British parliament had been granted asylum after fleeing the violent Libyan regime.
The U.K. Sun reports that terror suspect Salih Khater — who loves Aston Villa and Celine Dion — is originally from Sudan and entered the U.K. illegally.
He worked as a farmhand for two years in the north African country before leaving in the days ahead of Libya collapsing in violent chaos.
Khater, 29, was later granted asylum in the U.K.
Cops stand guard outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Thursday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Cops say he remains in custody on suspicion of terror-related offences after investigators were given more time to question him and try to discover his motives. He is not co-operating.
“There is a growing view now that this may be less a carefully planned terrorist plot and more an act of extreme violence, sparked by anger and carried out in an extremely symbolic location,” one law enforcement source told the U.K. Sun.
“Regardless, anyone who sets out to hurt people deliberately in the same country that has welcomed them in — that represents a gross betrayal.”
According to authorities, Khater allegedly crashed a Ford Fiesta into anti-terror barriers outside parliament on Tuesday morning, injuring three people. Their injuries were not life-threatening.
Salih Khater fled the murderous regime of former Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi as the country descended into civil war. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Investigators have since raided homes in Birmingham — where he lived — and in Nottingham.
British reports suggest the incident in London is at odds with the young man’s past.
On his now disabled Facebook page, his favourite quote was listed as: “Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.”
The apartment block in Birmingham where terror suspect lived. His mosque is in the foreground. GETTY IMAGES
One of his friends, Osman Tergo, didn’t see any signs of extremism in Kater.
“I knew him very well, but haven’t *spoken to him in a while,” Tergo said. “I couldn’t see any problems with him. He has never been mixed up in anything like this — it must have been an accident.”
Another added: “I’m still in shock. I’ve known him for about a year and he is a very, very good man. He was polite, humble and he kept himself to himself.”
http://thesun.co.uk/news/7025881/ter...nted-uk-asylum
http://torontosun.com/news/world/gro...n-given-asylum
 
MHz
#547
You should really fact check (some of) your Islamophobic posts as it makes you (and your kind) look like the assholes in the world really.


"after fleeing the violent Libyan regime." Libya had a better standard of living that most people in the Western Nation have so to post something that says the opposite makes it pretty clear who is the entity on the globe that should be 'removed'.
It appears he became radical after moving to the UK unless being a farm hand tends to make people go bonkers and that is not a fact. Living in the UK sure brings out the worst in people. Perhaps Jihadi Johnny was an aquaintance.


So he was living in Libya and the UK (and others) come in and completely fuk it over and make sure it doesn't recover so the kid has to flee and the only place to go is to the nation that wrecked his homeland. Then he gets the blame for snapping.
The more civilized the 'West" get the more they ()we) look like the biggest turds the world has ever produced.


Should I start checking your articles for accuracy as you seem to be unable to do it on your own. You do make a lovely parrot though, just don't try flying unless it is from a really high place.
 
EagleSmack
#548
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

'GROSS BETRAYAL': U.K. terror suspect had been given asylum
Brad Hunter
Published:
August 16, 2018
Updated:
August 16, 2018 12:38 PM EDT
London terror suspect Salih Khater was granted asylum in the U.K. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The man accused of trying to run down pedestrians and cyclists outside the British parliament had been granted asylum after fleeing the violent Libyan regime.
The U.K. Sun reports that terror suspect Salih Khater — who loves Aston Villa and Celine Dion — is originally from Sudan and entered the U.K. illegally.
He worked as a farmhand for two years in the north African country before leaving in the days ahead of Libya collapsing in violent chaos.
Khater, 29, was later granted asylum in the U.K.
Cops stand guard outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Thursday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Cops say he remains in custody on suspicion of terror-related offences after investigators were given more time to question him and try to discover his motives. He is not co-operating.
“There is a growing view now that this may be less a carefully planned terrorist plot and more an act of extreme violence, sparked by anger and carried out in an extremely symbolic location,” one law enforcement source told the U.K. Sun.
“Regardless, anyone who sets out to hurt people deliberately in the same country that has welcomed them in — that represents a gross betrayal.”
According to authorities, Khater allegedly crashed a Ford Fiesta into anti-terror barriers outside parliament on Tuesday morning, injuring three people. Their injuries were not life-threatening.
Salih Khater fled the murderous regime of former Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi as the country descended into civil war. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Investigators have since raided homes in Birmingham — where he lived — and in Nottingham.
British reports suggest the incident in London is at odds with the young man’s past.
On his now disabled Facebook page, his favourite quote was listed as: “Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.”
The apartment block in Birmingham where terror suspect lived. His mosque is in the foreground. GETTY IMAGES
One of his friends, Osman Tergo, didn’t see any signs of extremism in Kater.
“I knew him very well, but haven’t *spoken to him in a while,” Tergo said. “I couldn’t see any problems with him. He has never been mixed up in anything like this — it must have been an accident.”
Another added: “I’m still in shock. I’ve known him for about a year and he is a very, very good man. He was polite, humble and he kept himself to himself.”
http://thesun.co.uk/news/7025881/ter...nted-uk-asylum
http://torontosun.com/news/world/gro...n-given-asylum

Reaping
 
spaminator
#549
http://torontosun.com/news/national/...-seekers-study
 
spaminator
#550
Mexican immigrant, in U.S. illegally, charged with murdering Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts
Associated Press
Published:
August 21, 2018
Updated:
August 21, 2018 10:54 PM EDT
MONTEZUMA, Iowa — A man from Mexico living in the U.S. illegally has confessed to kidnapping college student Mollie Tibbetts while she was running in her small Iowa hometown, killing her and dumping her body in a cornfield, authorities said Tuesday.
Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the death of the 20-year-old Tibbetts, whose July 18 disappearance set off a massive search involving state and federal authorities.
Rivera led investigators early Tuesday to a body believed to be Tibbetts in a cornfield about 12 miles (19 kilometres) southeast of Brooklyn, Iowa, where Tibbetts was last seen running, Division of Criminal Investigation special agent Rick Rahn said.
A ribbon for missing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts hangs on a light post, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018, in Brooklyn, Iowa. Charlie Neibergall / AP
“I can’t speak about the motive. I can just tell you that it seemed that he followed her, seemed to be drawn to her on that particular day, for whatever reason he chose to abduct her,” Rahn told reporters at a news conference outside the sheriff’s office in Montezuma, where Rivera was being held on $1 million cash-only bond.
The news that the highly publicized and gruesome crime was allegedly committed by a person in the country illegally drew immediate outrage. President Donald Trump noted the arrest and called for immigration law changes at a rally in West Virginia.
“You heard about today with the illegal alien coming in, very sadly, from Mexico and you saw what happened to that incredible, beautiful young woman,” Trump told the crowd in Charleston. “Should’ve never happened. Illegally in our country. We’ve had a huge impact, but the laws are so bad. The immigration laws are such a disgrace, we’re getting them changed, but we have to get more Republicans. We have to get ’em.”
Iowa’s two GOP U.S. senators also described Tibbetts’ death as a tragedy “that could have been prevented,” and Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said residents were heartbroken and angry.
“We are angry that a broken immigration system allowed a predator like this to live in our community, and we will do all we can to bring justice to Mollie’s killer,” Reynolds, a Republican, said in a statement.
The remote area where the body of missing Iowa university student Mollie Tibbetts was found Tuesday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Trump has made further crackdown on illegal immigration a core policy of his administration. He often has claimed widespread crime by people living in the country illegally, citing among other things the indictments of 11 suspected MS-13 gang members from El Salvador charged in connection with the slayings of two Virginia teens. Trump also has held events at the White House with members of “angel families,” whose relatives were killed by immigrants.
Although Trump claims legal U.S. residents are less likely to commit crime, several studies from social scientists and the libertarian think-tank Cato Institute find that isn’t accurate and states with a higher share of people living in the country illegally have lower violent crime rates.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said that it lodged a federal immigration detainer for Rivera after he was arrested on the murder charge. That move means the agency has probable cause to believe he is subject to deportation.
Investigators said they believed Rivera had lived in the area from four to seven years, and Rahn described Rivera as someone who lived in a rural area and kept to himself.
Yarrabee Farms, a family-owned company that operates dairy farms in the rolling hills outside Brooklyn, said that Rivera had been an employee in good standing for four years and that it was shocked to learn he was implicated in the crime.
The company is owned by the family of Craig Lang, a prominent Republican who previously served as president of the Iowa Farm Bureau.
A search of court records revealed no prior criminal history for Rivera in Iowa, and it’s unclear whether he had ever been subject to prior deportation proceedings.
Rivera’s Facebook page described him as being from Guayabillo, a community of less than 500 people in the state of Guerrero. It’s about a three-hour drive from the resort city of Acapulco.
For five long weeks, searchers tried to find Mollie Tibbetts. That search ended in tears Tuesday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Investigators said they zeroed in on Rivera after obtaining footage from surveillance cameras in Brooklyn. The footage showed a Chevy Malibu connected to Rivera that was driving back and forth as Tibbetts was running in the area, Rahn said.
An affidavit attached to the criminal complaint against Rivera alleged that he admitted to investigators he got out of his car and started running alongside Tibbetts.
Tibbetts grabbed her phone and said she was going to call the police. The affidavit says Rivera panicked and then said he blacked out. Rivera next remembers seeing her earphones on his lap, and taking her bloody body out of the trunk of his car, it said.
“The defendant further described during the interview that he dragged Tibbetts on foot from his vehicle to a secluded location in a cornfield,” the affidavit said.
Investigators said they had earlier searched the area for Tibbetts but didn’t find her, noting the body was covered by corn stalks when recovered early Tuesday.
Rahn said that Rivera was co-operating with investigators and speaking with the help of a translator. He said an autopsy would be performed on the body Wednesday by the state medical examiner’s office, which would assist investigators in understanding whether Tibbetts had been assaulted or tried to fight him off.
Rivera’s initial court appearance is scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday in Montezuma.
A conviction on first-degree murder carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole in Iowa, which doesn’t have the death penalty.
On Tuesday night, deputies were guarding a trailer where the suspect had lived on a gravel road outside Brooklyn near a dairy farm.
Tibbetts’ disappearance set off a massive search involving dozens of officers from the FBI, as well as state and local agencies. They focused much of their efforts in and around Brooklyn, searching farm fields, ponds and homes. Investigators asked anyone who was around five locations, including a car wash, a truck stop and a farm south of town, to report if they saw anything suspicious on July 18.
Last week, Vice-President Mike Pence met privately with the Tibbetts family during a visit to Iowa and told them that “you’re on the hearts of every American.”
At Brooklyn City Hall, city clerk Sheri Sharer said Tuesday was a sad day for the town.
“It never crossed our mind that she wouldn’t come home safe,” she said.
The University of Iowa mourned the loss of Tibbetts, a psychology major who would have started her junior year this week.
“We are deeply saddened that we’ve lost a member of the University of Iowa community,” said university official Melissa Shivers, who urged students to seek counselling and other support services as needed.
Rahn said he met with the parents and other relatives of Tibbetts to inform them of the arrest Tuesday. He told them that the investigation revealed that they had “raised a great daughter.”
“We got to know Mollie,” he said. “She was a phenomenal individual.”
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http://torontosun.com/news/world/bod...s-found-report
 
EagleSmack
#551
Soon to be a non story.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#552
How is the MSM going to bury this one?
 
petros
+2
#553
What a shame.
 
EagleSmack
+2
#554
Forever separated from her family.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#555
Would still be alive if there was a wall keeping out illegal/irregular immigrants
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#556
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

Mexican immigrant, in U.S. illegally, charged with murdering Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts
... Rahn described Rivera as someone who lived in a rural area and kept to himself.
Yarrabee Farms, a family-owned company that operates dairy farms in the rolling hills outside Brooklyn, said that Rivera had been an employee in good standing for four years and that it was shocked to learn he was implicated in the crime.
The company is owned by the family of Craig Lang, a prominent Republican who previously served as president of the Iowa Farm Bureau.


Criminal employed by Republicans. Naturally.
 
spaminator
+1
#557
LEVY: 'Irregular' migrants continue to flock into Toronto
Sue-Ann Levy
Published:
October 2, 2018
Updated:
October 2, 2018 8:55 PM EDT
A group of women watch their children outside the Radisson hotel at Hwy 401 and Victoria Park Ave. in North York on Tuesday. (Jack Boland/Toronto Sun)
Ottawa, we have a problem..
It’s not just that Toronto’s shelters are full — with 2,600 or 39.2% of the spaces occupied by refugees, er asylum seekers, irregular migrants (whatever we’re calling them today.)
But according to city spokesman Natasha Hinds Fitzsimmins Tuesday, some 18-20 are arriving in the city per day, mostly from Nigeria.
According to Hinds Fitzsimmins, the federal government procured two hotels in Peel and York to house the irregular (a.k.a. illegal) migrants who were placed in the Centennial and Humber college dorms earlier in the summer.
As reported by Canadian Press, the federal government has extended their hotel stay four weeks beyond the original deadline of Sept. 30 because they have yet to come up with a more long-term approach that would send the refugees to communities beyond Toronto.
There are also 1,719 irregular (illegal) migrants/refugees/asylum seekers in Toronto hotels, including 577 housed at the Radisson Toronto East hotel in 146 rooms (the hotel has 240 rooms in total).
The reputable Tripadvisor website has been inundated in the past few weeks with scathing reviews of the hotel, calling it a “zoo, filthy, noisy and dangerous” with the lobby full of loitering refugees and halls containing graffiti and garbage.
Every paying visitor on Trip Advisor has claimed they did not know and were not told that 61% of the hotel is being occupied by refugees.
On Tuesday, one visitor from Virginia —calling the three-star hotel a “disgrace” —claimed that animal services needed to be called on the second night he was there because “some goats were being slaughtered” in the public bathrooms.
The visitor said gunfire was also heard outside the hotel that same night.
(Believe me I can’t make this stuff up!)
(Tripadvisor)
Asked what the city has spent to date housing irregular migrants/refugees/asylum seekers, Hinds Fitzsimmins said the costs from November 2017 to the end of this year will likely be “in excess” of $64.5-million.
She said the city doesn’t know how much more at this time, although I would bet that number is being kept quiet until after the Oct. 22 election—especially considering Toronto council and the mayor helped exacerbate the problem by very publicly reaffirming (to all who would listen) in early 2017 that Toronto is a Sanctuary City.
Up to now the city has only received $11-million from the feds to help defray the costs.
SLevy@postmedia.com
http://torontosun.com/news/local-new...k-into-toronto
 
EagleSmack
#558
I thought it would have slowed down. It looks like the Canadian authorities were correct, this is the new norm.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#559
‘I’m going to die here’ : Wives of ISIS fighters want to return home to Canada

Quote:

Canada also lacks the resources to put returnees under constant surveillance and does not have sufficient rehabilitation programs for them, he said. The Liberal government may also fear the political fallout of repatriating Canadians who were involved in ISIS.
The Toronto woman broke down as she appealed for help. She said the medical care at the camp was not good and the dust aggravated her asthma. She had been losing weight, she said.
“I’m really sick. My son, he has infection in his lungs.” She pointed to her daughter. “This one, she has asthma and the other one too. So, like, we’re getting more sick, you know.”
“I didn’t do anything,” she said. “I can’t take it anymore.”
“It’s not fair. We come from one of the best countries in the world and we’re suffering. Why?
“I’m so tired of this.”

Part 3 of 3 I posted the last part of the article click the link to read the long article
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+2
#560
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

‘I’m going to die here’ : Wives of ISIS fighters want to return home to Canada



Part 3 of 3 I posted the last part of the article click the link to read the long article

They were quite comfortable there up to about a year ago , I wonder what changed ?
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#561
Good question
 
spaminator
+1
#562
FUREY: Illegal border screenings “incomplete security portrait”— RCMP doc
Anthony Furey
Published:
October 15, 2018
Updated:
October 15, 2018 8:50 PM EDT
A family approaches the unofficial border crossing at the end of Roxham Rd. in Champlain, N.Y. (Charles Krupa/AP)
An internal national intelligence report from the RCMP obtained by the Toronto Sun breaks down some of the security challenges caused by the recent influx of asylum seekers crossing illegally into Canada.
“The surge of illegal (between the ports) migration into Canada in summer 2017 placed a considerable strain on Canadian border and immigration resources,” explained the January, 2018 report, obtained through access to information laws. “The screening of these subjects through CPIC, NCIC, Interpol and PROS — time permitting — provides an incomplete security portrait, as subjects might hold records of criminal activity within local databases of their countries of origin. The RCMP requires access to local holdings to improve the detection of previously affiliated crime/gang members attempting to illegally enter Canada.”
The specific focus of the report is on how RCMP officers traveled to El Salvador in January in the hopes of gaining access to a group of comprehensive databases to help them screen people crossing illegally into Canada. The document lists the agencies and representatives the RCMP officers met with, but the names are redacted.
The trip was made after media reports circulated in Canada over concerns that some of the nearly 200,000 El Salvadoreans living in the U.S. under temporary protected status may try to enter Canada after that status is terminated in September of next year.
An MS-13 gang member. The gang has a reputation for being bloodthirsty. GETTY IMAGES
Their concerns are connected, the report explains, to the presence of the notorious MS-13 and 18th Street Gang operations in both El Salvador and North America. The RCMP sought access to the Grupo Conjunto de Inteligencia Fronteriza (GCIF), an analytics centre with access to dozens of Salvodorean intelligence databases.
A number of stories in Canadian media have told of El Salvadoreans fleeing the severe gang violence that they allege has victimized them. But these documents suggest border agents are not always able to guarantee that the very people causing asylum seekers to flee in the first place do not also enter Canada.
This summer the Sun first reported on how U.S. border agents arrested an 18th Street Gang member who crossed illegally into the U.S. after having first made it into Canada.
The office of Bill Blair, the minister of border security and organized crime reduction, referred questions on the matter to the RCMP.
“We work closely with our international partners and maintain strong relationships with law enforcement agencies around the world,” Sgt. Tania Vaughan, from the RCMP’s national communication services, told the Sun. “These relationships are fundamental to our ability to ensure Canada responds to the globalized threat from terrorism and other criminal threats to our national security.”
But the RCMP would not confirm whether or not they now have access to the GCIF database and whether it is used at the controversial Roxham Road border crossing, explaining that they do not disclose details on operational matters.

http://torontosun.com/news/national/...anadian-border
http://torontosun.com/news/national/...trait-rcmp-doc
 
spaminator
#563
Germany deports convicted 9-11 suspect home to Morocco
Associated Press
Published:
October 15, 2018
Updated:
October 15, 2018 1:31 PM EDT
FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2007 file picture Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq waits prior his trial at a court in Hamburg, northern Germany, The Moroccan man has been sentenced to a 15-year prison sentence in Germany for helping three of the suicide pilots in the 9/11 attacks on the U.S.Fabian Bimmer / AP
BERLIN — A Moroccan man convicted of helping Mohamed Atta and the other Hamburg-based Sept. 11 suicide pilots as they plotted attacks on New York and Washington was deported Monday from Germany to his homeland.
German authorities confirmed that
Mounir el Motassadeq was convicted of membership in a terrorist organization and accessory to the murder of the 246 passengers and crew on the four jetliners used in the 9-11 attacks in 2001. German authorities confirmed that he was aboard a plane that had taken off from Frankfurt airport in the evening.
“It’s a good feeling to know that Mr. Motassadeq is out of the country,” Hamburg’s Interior Minister Andy Grote told The Associated Press.
Earlier in the day, he had been taken from a Hamburg prison to Frankfurt airport.
El Motassadeq was released shortly before completing his 15-year-sentence on the condition that he agreed to be deported to Morocco. That would allow Germany to re-arrest him if he ever returned.
It wasn’t immediately clear what awaited him in Morocco.
El Motassadeq was convicted of being part of the so-called Hamburg cell, including Atta and fellow Sept. 11 pilots Marwan al-Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah.
German courts ruled that el Motassadeq was aware the three planned to hijack and crash planes, even though he might not have known specifics of the plot. They said el Motassadeq helped “watch the attackers’ backs and conceal them” by helping them keep up the appearance of being university students paying tuition and rent and transferring money.
El Motassadeq acknowledged training at an al-Qaida camp in Afghanistan but insisted he knew nothing of his friends’ plans to attack the U.S.
“I swear by God that I did know the attackers were in America,” he shouted in accented German at a sentencing hearing. “I swear by God that I did not know what they wanted to do.”
Originally arrested in Hamburg in November 2001, el Motassadeq was convicted in 2003 of membership in a terrorist organization and thousands of counts of accessory to murder — taking into account victims on the ground — becoming the first person convicted anywhere on charges related to Sept. 11. He was sentenced to the maximum 15 years in prison.
However, a federal court overturned that verdict in 2004, largely because of a lack of evidence from al-Qaida suspects in U.S. custody, and sent the case back to Hamburg.
After a 2005 retrial, el Motassadeq was again convicted of membership in a terrorist organization that included Atta, al-Shehhi and Jarrah. But he was acquitted of being an accessory to murder after the court ruled it didn’t have enough evidence that he knew of the hijackers’ plot.
El Motassadeq was sentenced to seven years in prison at the time, but was freed in early 2006 until his appeal could be heard.
Later that year, the federal court reversed the Hamburg court’s acquittal of el Motassadeq on the accessory to murder charges, ruling that the evidence showed he knew the plotters planned to hijack and crash planes. It limited the number of counts, however, to the 246 people killed aboard the airplanes, and the 15-year sentence was restored.
http://torontosun.com/news/world/ger...ome-to-morocco
 
MHz
#564
Kind of makes you wonder what Canada's reward would have been if the rebels they were supporting would have won or even more unlikely that we didn't support actions that creates millions of refugees. The problem might not be the fault of the refugees ro why do they get all the flak? (other than the elites who start the actions pay zero in consequences while a 'civilian' can go to jail for questioning their many, many lies)
 
DaSleeper
#565
It's the JOOS................
 
Christian
#566
They're not happy in Israel.
They're happy in Canada.
 
MHz
#567
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

It's the JOOS................

If you are what's left of 'the cream of the crop', this is going to be so easy.


The part you don't comprehend is that when you say something about somebody and it is true it is not immoral. When you try to bury lies to protect more lies then that is immoral. Do you even have a clue what side of the issue you are on. I hate Gentile liars just as much even though they are a 'lesser race' as Pete would put it.
I seriously doubt you are a practicing Jew and are just an asshole like the rest of the loco collective.
 
EagleSmack
#568
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

FUREY: Illegal border screenings “incomplete security portrait”— RCMP doc
Anthony Furey
Published:
October 15, 2018
Updated:
October 15, 2018 8:50 PM EDT
A family approaches the unofficial border crossing at the end of Roxham Rd. in Champlain, N.Y. (Charles Krupa/AP)
An internal national intelligence report from the RCMP obtained by the Toronto Sun breaks down some of the security challenges caused by the recent influx of asylum seekers crossing illegally into Canada.
“The surge of illegal (between the ports) migration into Canada in summer 2017 placed a considerable strain on Canadian border and immigration resources,” explained the January, 2018 report, obtained through access to information laws. “The screening of these subjects through CPIC, NCIC, Interpol and PROS — time permitting — provides an incomplete security portrait, as subjects might hold records of criminal activity within local databases of their countries of origin. The RCMP requires access to local holdings to improve the detection of previously affiliated crime/gang members attempting to illegally enter Canada.”
The specific focus of the report is on how RCMP officers traveled to El Salvador in January in the hopes of gaining access to a group of comprehensive databases to help them screen people crossing illegally into Canada. The document lists the agencies and representatives the RCMP officers met with, but the names are redacted.
The trip was made after media reports circulated in Canada over concerns that some of the nearly 200,000 El Salvadoreans living in the U.S. under temporary protected status may try to enter Canada after that status is terminated in September of next year.
An MS-13 gang member. The gang has a reputation for being bloodthirsty. GETTY IMAGES
Their concerns are connected, the report explains, to the presence of the notorious MS-13 and 18th Street Gang operations in both El Salvador and North America. The RCMP sought access to the Grupo Conjunto de Inteligencia Fronteriza (GCIF), an analytics centre with access to dozens of Salvodorean intelligence databases.
A number of stories in Canadian media have told of El Salvadoreans fleeing the severe gang violence that they allege has victimized them. But these documents suggest border agents are not always able to guarantee that the very people causing asylum seekers to flee in the first place do not also enter Canada.
This summer the Sun first reported on how U.S. border agents arrested an 18th Street Gang member who crossed illegally into the U.S. after having first made it into Canada.
The office of Bill Blair, the minister of border security and organized crime reduction, referred questions on the matter to the RCMP.
“We work closely with our international partners and maintain strong relationships with law enforcement agencies around the world,” Sgt. Tania Vaughan, from the RCMP’s national communication services, told the Sun. “These relationships are fundamental to our ability to ensure Canada responds to the globalized threat from terrorism and other criminal threats to our national security.”
But the RCMP would not confirm whether or not they now have access to the GCIF database and whether it is used at the controversial Roxham Road border crossing, explaining that they do not disclose details on operational matters.

http://torontosun.com/news/national/...anadian-border
http://torontosun.com/news/national/...trait-rcmp-doc


It's a Deluge.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#569
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

It's a Deluge.

So, exactly what effect does this have on you personally?

I know, none. That's OK. Just pointing out that you're a MAGAhat troll.
 
EagleSmack
+2
#570
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

So, exactly what effect does this have on you personally?

I know, none. That's OK. Just pointing out that you're a MAGAhat troll.


You're calling me a troll... you ?