Saturday, March 14, 2009

Canadian Immigration Policy

I've written twice before about Robert Dziekanski's death. Time for round three, as we briefly look at the results of a Canadian opinion survey on the matter:

61 per cent of those surveyed felt the officers used excessive force when they confronted Dziekanski and stunned him several times with a Taser.
Apparently 39 percent of those surveyed think that "holding a stapler while foreign" is an offense deserving of death. I've heard of people getting pulled over for "driving while black", but this is a new one on me.

Toronto terror suspect Mahmoud Jaballah taught the children of Ahmed Khadr in Pakistan, says a new document from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service that closely links Jaballah to a Canadian clan known for its terrorist ties...

The federal government has been trying to deport Jaballah, based on CSIS allegations he is senior member of the Egyptian terrorist allegation Al Jihad - a charge he denies... He is one of five foreign-born terror suspects whom the government is trying to deport.
For the record, here's Canada's apparent immigration policy: Senior member of an Islamic terrorist organization? Come on in! Stay as long as you like!

Polish man coming to stay with his mother? Please wait here for nine hours while we frustrate you with bureaucratic incompetence (which is awfully close to redundant). A group of large men with Tasers will be along to shock you senseless at the first available opportunity. And, yes, Canada has public health care, but that would only help you if we bothered checking your vital signs after knocking you unconscious. Needless to say, we won't be doing that.

But don't worry! After we kill you, an inquiry will be held!

Enough rambling. Here's a picture of more stuff my wife made. These were for Pastor Derek and Homeschooler's daughter.

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