a Picture of The Current Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau in Blackface

a Picture of The Current Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau in Blackface

Non-Refugees Feeling ENTITLED To Canada’s Welfare State: Roxham Road debate playing with people’s ‘only hope,’ says asylum seeker – May 18, 2022


Important to understand the difference between a Refugee. Let’s say as a Canadian I made the claim my Prime Minister is racist and he’s freezing the bank accounts of Canadians he disagrees with politically and I’d like to seek asylum in the United States.

Sure people on the Far-Left would imagine my asylum claim as ridiculous, but it’s still an asylum claim I can back up with evidence. The definition of an asylum seeker can be read below.

An asylum-seeker is a person who has left their country and is seeking protection from persecution and serious human rights violations in another country, but who hasn’t yet been legally recognized as a refugee and is waiting to receive a decision on their asylum claim.

With that said, Canada is a Democracy and if we’re to be honest, Democracy and a Welfare State are INCOMPATIBLE, not saying that can’t work together, but they’re naturally incompatible, and asylum claims are one of the problems. Because you see when people flee their countries of origin, they’re usually bringing their cultural ideas with them. In the minds of most people seeking asylum, they’re not the problem it’s their GOVERNMENT that’s the problem and when they imagine their government being the problem, they don’t imagine that socialism or a big government having massive control over the economy as the root cause of their poverty.

Instead many of these asylum claimants will ignore their country’s ignorance of a market economy and property rights and instead imagine that their country’s government is corrupt? This is true of all countries. All countries are corrupt, and often have a corrupt government, current Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau is currently on public trial for corruption.
This is one of the reasons why being a refugee is very SPECIFIC!

A refugee, generally speaking, is a displaced person who has crossed national boundaries and who cannot or is unwilling to return home due to well-founded fear of persecution. a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.

Most of these asylum seekers are merely going welfare state shopping. Most African nations have lower crime rates than most western nations, their problems stem most from their governments not wanting to have a strong PRIVATE sector. Haiti is on a much better plot of land than the Bahamas, one could argue Haiti is on better land than the Dominican Republic, why does Haiti suffer? SOCIALISM, a lot of nations where you find a lot of black people embrace SOCIALISM, meaning they don’t respect PROPERTY rights, especially the property rights of foreigners.

This socialism plague is the real problem with countries you associate with Black people. Now, some predominantly Black Nations like the Bahamas and currently Barbados etc, have EMBRACED a market economy, and the results of these nations embracing a market economy and allowing the market to function is untold riches as the private sector which seeks to make a profit, goes to work on beautifying the country.

In socialist nations, the people are convinced that as long as they find a “smart” government, the country will be rich like Singapore or even rich like communist China, or “socialist” Switzerland. Even Communist China has free-market zones, Sure there are Socialists in Switzerland, but people ignore Swiss democracy which LIMITS the power of the Federal government. In Singapore, the government is only involved in housing, even the Singaporean universal health care system is mostly privately run.

Because a lot of these asylum seekers have NO INTEREST in learning what makes a nation prosperous, they go “welfare state shopping”, and quite frankly, I don’t blame them. Why shouldn’t they go welfare shopping? What’s the worst that can happen? They get rejected? It’s not like they’ll be returning to a government that will slit their throats upon arrival. No, most of these asylum seekers may actually return home with more resources than they left with.

Switzerland votes to tighten asylum law | dw.com

Switzerland has voted overwhelmingly in favor of tightening the country’s asylum law. The controversial decision comes with refugee applications having risen to their highest level in more than a decade.

So it’s a win-win for most of these people. a Welfare State and Democracy don’t work unless the proper checks and balances are in place and the people are educated about the country’s finances. What I mean by this is that in Switzerland, known for its direct democracy, a lot of their asylum claimants were opting NOT to work. Well, the Swiss citizens voted to prevent these people from gaining citizenship.

Now, why doesn’t Canada move in the direction of the Swiss? Well, it’s because Canadian Leftists don’t want people to comprehend the flaws of Democracy. When most people imagine democracy, they imagine political democracy as perfect regardless of how it’s implemented. Democracy can literally destroy your nation because as an example, the softer Canada is on asylum seekers the more asylum seekers it will attract.

You’d have to be an idiot to think that these asylum seekers aren’t calling their home countries every chance they get, to relay the message of how they’re gaming our system. Once they’ve successfully found a way to game our system, maybe their friend from high school, cousin, neighbor, aunt, uncle whoever will find their way to Canada.

Again this is why being called a Refugee is very specific and being labeled an asylum seeker basically makes you a squatter. To those of you who cherish Canada’s Welfare State, I want you to be aware that these asylum seekers will want the same welfare you expect and even contributed to! So keep that in mind as these asylum seeker applications continue to pile up.

Roxham Road debate playing with people’s ‘only hope,’ says asylum seeker | cbc.ca

Interesting times ahead!