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All of which fails to explain why it is incumbent on the hard-pressed Canadian taxpayer to be “alive, attentive or sensitive to the interests” of Miss Baker’s children — a concern she appears not to share. Of course, with the assistance of a legal aid immigration lawyer, Miss Baker presumably will be able to reunite herfar-flung offspring (and their families, if any) under the provisions of Canada’s family reunificarion plan.
In a startling interview with the National Post (July 12, 1999) Supreme Court Chief Justice Antonio Lamer reflected the arrogance of this unelected group of tyrants. “‘Thank God we’re here. It’s not for me to criticize legislators, but if they choose not to legislate, that’s their doing.’ … Court critics say the judges always rule in favour of aboriginal rights, gay rights and women’s rights judge Lamer counters that the nine judges are just keeping in sync with society.” Yet, almost immediately, he admitted the Court dabbles in social engineering in direct opposition to the will of the Canadian Majority. “Then, he said there are times they have to make unpopular decisions simply because it’s the right thing to do. ‘I’d be concerned if we weren’t,’ he said. ‘It might be a sign we’re putting our nose in the wind and saying, <What’s the popular thing; let’s do it.'”
Remember: it’s hopeless the moment people stop resisting.
We, the undersigned, demand that Parliament invoke the “notwithstanding” provision of the Constitution to override the Supreme Court’s 1987 Singh decision, which requires Canada give an oral hearing to any person, no matter how bogus, who says the magic words: “I’m a refugee.” This has allowed tens of thousands of persons to enter Canada, collect welfare, commit crimes, consume medicare/denticare services, and legal aid. Recently, hundreds of Honduran criminals and desperadoes have entered Canada, made their “refugee” claim and then proceeded with fellow “refugee” claimants as young a 10 to peddle lethal drugs on the streets of Vancouver. We demand that the only persons to be considered for entry to Canada are those immigrant applicants or refugee applicants who apply abroad. As well, we demand that Parliament invoke the “notwithstanding clause” to overturn the recent Supreme Court decision reversing the deportation order against a Jamaican illegal who is a schizophrenic and a serious burden on Canada’s welfare system.
Please sign and add your comments by September 30, 1999. We’ll present your views to Immigration Minister Lucienne Robillard and Reform Immigration critic Leon Benoit.