Initial testimony by David Harris of INSIGNIS research at US Senate committee on Canada’s refuge policy and US security

David Harris of INSIGNIS Strategic Research spoke today at a US Senate committee on how Trudopian policies of fast tracking 25,000 muslims into the country may affect US national security. This was his initial testimony. For the entire hearing, please click here.

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One Reply to “Initial testimony by David Harris of INSIGNIS research at US Senate committee on Canada’s refuge policy and US security”

  1. David’s testimony echoes the security concerns of an overwhelmingly large number of Canadians about the inadequate refugee vetting process and speed with which the refugees were immediately given Permanent Residence status. Reports of Canadian officials often circumventing established security protocol in their haste to fulfill the mandate of landing 25000 Syrian refugees by an arbitrarily set deadline. Syrian Refugees become Permanent Residents on landing in Canada, and therefore become indistinguishable from other Canadian Permanent Residents who, unlike the refugees, were subjected to months long security and medical checks before being granted permanent resident status. This poses a direct threat to the United States since potential terrorists mixed in with refugees are indistinguishable to US and Canadian border guards. Additionally, existing Canadian Laws which stripped convicted terrorists of their Canadian citizenship are being repealed by the current administration in Canada which will permit convicted terrorists to have their citizenship reinstated, with full rights & freedoms. Does this mean convicted terrorists will have the right to bear Canadian travel documents?

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