Cash Splashing No Deterrent When It Comes To Gun Violence In Canada
It doesn’t matter how much of taxpayers’ money Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty splashes around to tackle gun violence, because in my opinion, it is Canada’s lax immigration laws and open-door policy that is the driving force behind the rise in gun violence in Toronto.
Locking the gates into Canada to migrants from countries where people think violence is an means to an end, or a way to get ahead, is in my opinion, a good start when it comes to gun violence. After all, and as Immigration Minister Jason Kenney has implied I believe; most of the gun violence is being committed by recent and not so recent immigrants, and the children they give birth to in Canada.
Tougher laws as they relate to gun violence and crimes should be at the top of the list.
Of course, most Canadian legislators don’t have the backbone to do what needs to be done with it comes to migrant criminals: like the armed hoods roaming the streets of Toronto and major Canadian cities.
And then there are the migrant criminals convicted of indictable offences not being booted out of the country after their first offence. There should be no recourse for that lot, and they should be turfed out, the moment they are released on parole, or have completed their sentences.
No avenues of appeal — no nothing.
Convicted migrant criminals, the moment they are eligible for release back into the community, should be as I have said previously on this blog, taken immediately into custody by border patrol agents and immigration authorities, and placed in detention until they can be put on a plane and sent back to where they came from.
I know that that is easier said than done, but at the end of the day, there is no disputing that that immigrant population is a threat to everybody in the country, and national security too.
Human rights groups and advocates are enablers when it comes to migrant criminals convicted of indictable offences, and they are last people in Canada who should have anything to say about what happens to convicted migrant criminals, who upon their arrival at the gates of Canada, know exactly what the consequences for their criminal actions will be, if they choose to disobey Canada’s laws.
It goes without saying though, that it doesn’t appear that anybody in the government and in the judicial system really gives a shit about following through with such consequences when a migrant is convicted of serious crimes. One need look no further than gangs, where as one government official has already said that it is immigrants in gangs that are the problem.
I’m no expert when it comes to reducing gun violence, but it seems to me the best way to deal with it is to make it tougher for migrants to get into the country, enact tougher laws as it relates to gun violence on Canadian streets, and sticking to one’s guns as it relates to what the law says about migrants committing crimes in Canada if you’re an immigrant with nothing more than permanent residency status or visas to remain in Canada based on humanitarian reasons.
Again, it isn’t rocket science dammit!