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.
According 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.
For instance, if someone were to claim to be Arabic and Muslim, they would likely meet the criteria for being intersectional. In fact, if anyone claimed to be non-White and gay — something which cannot be pressed or verified — they would likely meet the criteria for being intersectional.
Thus, claimants will no longer need to prove that they are actually facing persecution in their home countries to satisfy the UN’s definition of a “refugee.”
The whole world is essentially welcome.
The Liberal government also created a clever justification if someone is found to be lying by a judge and would thus be rejected under normal circumstances.
“Chairperson Wex instructs his staff and judges to remember that trauma — whether physical or emotional — can cause people to recollect information or incidents incorrectly,” reports the Sun. “Therefore, if applicants provide evidence that turns out to be false, it may not be because they’re lying.
“Rather they might just be misremembering due to the lingering stress caused by a trauma. Don’t exclude them.
“Staff and adjudicators are instructed to give applicants the benefit of the doubt. Unless the officer or judge involved has incontrovertible proof an applicant is lying, the claimant should be admitted. His or her claims of discrimination are to be accepted by default and his or her application approved.”
Fortunately, this document is currently marked as “Draft.” However, if this is the sort of third-world legislation Canadians can expect from the Trudeau government going forward, Canadians should be both troubled and increasingly vigilant.