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Poll:Syrian refugees: Are they really a threat to Canadian security?
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Yes 64% (7)
No 36% (4)

Syrian refugees: Are they really a threat to Canadian security?




Canadian economy is already in bad shape. No jobs are available easily, everyday more and more money grabbing rules are coming and now more refugees to exploit our tax money.

Sources say the Ontario government needs Ottawa to expedite the arrival of the refugees while helping to ensure security is kept tight enough so that no terrorists slip into the country.

Ontario will spend $10.5 million to open the province’s doors to 10,000 Syrian refugees.

Is it really worth it to bring more refugees to Canada?


 
Last edited by: RBO on 15-09-15 14:56:54
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Post ID: 227409 15-09-15 13:40:23
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http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/russian-military-planes-flying-to-syria-will-help-set-up-tent-camp-for-1-000-refugees-minister-1.2560225

http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/15/middleeast/syria-russia-military-buildup/index.html

http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2015/09/11/obama-warns-russia-against-helping-arm-syrian-government-to-fight-islamic-state.html

Syria has been gripped by civil war for more than four years, a conflict that has claimed more than 250,000 lives and created a vacuum for extremism to thrive. The crisis in Syria is also likely to be a major topic when world leaders head to the United Nations later this month for an annual gathering. Despite the warnings from the U.S., Lavrov said Russia would continue to supply Assad with weapons that he said will help defeat Islamic State fighters.

Russia is taking positive steps to defeat ISIS completely. In the meantime, we have to help refugees on the humanity ground. There should be security check of each and every refugees who is entering Canada. We don't want ISIS to enter our country under the disguise of refugees and creating violence here. Hope our Govt and immigration official do their duties to the best of their ability while helping worst humanity crises ever. :(




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Post ID: 227443 15-09-15 23:56:37
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Fido
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This is a complex scenario ...

While there s no q that they are not terrorists , the main q as highlighted by OP is ~ whether it will be a drain on an already under pressure economy and that is an International q as it is an International problem.

Germany has already imposed decades before border control and that has had a domino effect ..Hungary has closed doors now for migrant .

Canada has and should pledge money towards the crisis as this is an International issue now.UN , IMF or other Agencies should come together and form a road map for their rehabilitation .

While it will certainly be a drain on the economy but Canada has had a long term standing reputation of refugee aiding country esp in humanitarian basis.

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I think Canadian economy is not in a position to accept this surge of refugees. It will be a better approach to provide whatever feasible support to rehabilitate the Syrian refugees to their neighboring countries with the help of other international organizations.
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Post ID: 227460 16-09-15 12:42:09
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Quote:
Originally posted by Delhite

I think Canadian economy is not in a position to accept this surge of refugees. It will be a better approach to provide whatever feasible support to rehabilitate the Syrian refugees to their neighboring countries with the help of other international organizations.



We can certainly donate few $$ to red cross or thro Google who is gng to match 1:1 amt in donation. I hv donated frm my side. I think everybdy shd tke initiative. Few $$ say 25-50 is affordable so please help if possible. :)



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Post ID: 227467 16-09-15 14:56:16
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Quote:
Originally posted by Delhite

I think Canadian economy is not in a position to accept this surge of refugees. It will be a better approach to provide whatever feasible support to rehabilitate the Syrian refugees to their neighboring countries with the help of other international organizations.



agreed +1,

IMO, Canada is not at the position to take extra burden base on Humanitarian.

we all know that Canada is most popular country for refugees but always apply to everyone:

"Pahle apne Ghar ka Bhala karo Baad mai duniya ka Bhala karne jao"

What Govt. of Canada wants to saw the world that Canada is a very rich country and ready to take any kind of burden base on Humanitarian.

apart from post, Just received notice from Mississauga City that If you own a property in Mississauga, a new storm water charge will appear on your Region of Peel water bill beginning in 2016.

Govt. is ready to take refugees in to Canada but taking forever to clear sponsorship files. So many peoples are still waiting for reunion with family members, parents, wife, kids, etc...





 
Post ID: 227470 16-09-15 16:27:58
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Quote:
Originally posted by happywoman36

Quote:
Originally posted by Delhite

I think Canadian economy is not in a position to accept this surge of refugees. It will be a better approach to provide whatever feasible support to rehabilitate the Syrian refugees to their neighboring countries with the help of other international organizations.



We can certainly donate few $$ to red cross or thro Google who is gng to match 1:1 amt in donation. I hv donated frm my side. I think everybdy shd tke initiative. Few $$ say 25-50 is affordable so please help if possible. :)




http://www.redcross.ca/crc/img/Logos/crc_logo_en.jpg" border="0" alt="http://www.redcross.ca/crc/img/Logos/crc_logo_en.jpg" />

I donated small amount thru Canadian redocross website.

here is link if anyone wish to donate - its quick & easy

http://www.redcross.ca/


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Post ID: 227497 16-09-15 22:04:03
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Rajagopal
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Let's take a practical look at this offer to bring in refugees.

1) When Refugees are transported and hosted in a country, the politicians get the Votes whereas
YOU and ME pay for all their costs. Healthcare, transport, food and well being!!. are you Ok with that?


2) Many of the refugees are from the most violent region of the world, military age males, with zero background checks. who takes responsibility if they commit acts of violence and crime in the country?

3) There is a popular saying in France based on their past experience of hosting Algerian refugees.
Today Refugee. Tomorrow 'Jihadi John'.


 
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Fido
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Quote:
Originally posted by RBO

Quote:
Originally posted by Delhite

I think Canadian economy is not in a position to accept this surge of refugees. It will be a better approach to provide whatever feasible support to rehabilitate the Syrian refugees to their neighboring countries with the help of other international organizations.



agreed +1,

IMO, Canada is not at the position to take extra burden base on Humanitarian.

we all know that Canada is most popular country for refugees but always apply to everyone:

"Pahle apne Ghar ka Bhala karo Baad mai duniya ka Bhala karne jao"

What Govt. of Canada wants to saw the world that Canada is a very rich country and ready to take any kind of burden base on Humanitarian.

apart from post, Just received notice from Mississauga City that If you own a property in Mississauga, a new storm water charge will appear on your Region of Peel water bill beginning in 2016.

Govt. is ready to take refugees in to Canada but taking forever to clear sponsorship files. So many peoples are still waiting for reunion with family members, parents, wife, kids, etc...




RBO ~ While what you say is entirely true , but pray please tell me would your response have been the same had it been a similar calamity in India ? ... Just think .

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Refugees have to pay back the travel costs and the interest back to the Govt.:

http://www.680news.com/2015/09/11/canada-only-country-to-charge-refugees-interest-on-travel-loans-advocates/

From the story:

"The federal government requires privately sponsored and government-assisted refugees to pay for their own travel costs and overseas medical exams and will loan families up to $10,000."


 
Last edited by: febpreet on 17-09-15 12:04:23
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