Despite imposing travel bans on Canadians, which are still in place, to ‘stop the spread,’ the Trudeau government brought in over 100,000 students from China, where the virus originated, last year.
According to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) data, Canada had brought in 105,265 students from China’s basic dictatorship by December 31, 2021 — a truly staggering figure.
Indeed, despite the virus originating in Wuhan, China, and unvaccinated Canadians being prevented from boarding a plane, train, or ferry — effectively trapping them in a country led by a ruler who hates them — over fears of COVID, Trudeau apparently has no qualms opening the gates to the children of China’s elite, who have regularly wined and dined the Prime Minister.
And it isn’t just in the education sector that Trudeau is breaking records for letting in foreign nationals. It appears he wants to have consistent, yearly, record-breaking immigration levels for all of Canada, handing out permanent residency like food stamps at the Salvation Army.
As The Counter Signal reported last year, “A new document has revealed the Trudeau government’s plans to remove nearly every restriction which may prevent a person from immigrating to Canada to reach their goal of increasing immigration to Canada to 400,000 people annually.”
to an internal draft document, which was sent to staff and adjudicators and
acquired by the Sun, civil service officers and the immigration and refugee judges who hear appeals of the officers’ decisions are being instructed to take in any applicant who has claims to be “intersectional.””
“This means that anyone who merely claims to belong to two or more categories, including “race, religion, indigeneity, political beliefs, socioeconomic status, age, sexual orientation, culture, disability, or immigration status,” that “impact[s] an individual’s lived experience of discrimination, marginalization or oppression” will be accepted, no questions asked.”
This was later confirmed by Trudeau’s Immigration Minister, who released a plan for Canada to admit 431,645 permanent residents in 2022, 447,055 next year and 451,000 in 2024.
Pandemic be damned.