Friday, July 22, 2011

Canadian Immigration Deports 1,800 Citizens

Canadian Immigration Deports 1,800 Citizens

The move sends a "very clear message" to anyone who thinks of abusing Canada's citizenship system, Kenney said Wednesday. "There's a very fair and exhaustive legal process," he said. "We have strong, convincing evidence of the fraudulent activity happening."

Very well done Mr. Kenney! I do hope you are taking the very same precautions with Federal government employees, Independent Consultants and foreign government agencies who have enriched themselves via the immigration process in Canada. Now I will tell you what I was told, by someone “you know”. He stated that the selection of individuals who work for the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration is carefully guarded to protect everyone within. Money in the Ministry flows like water. He was referring to how many individuals have been enriched by the immigration process.

Mr. Kenny, immigration ultimately is about selection. We hope that the criteria are fair, and not rooted in racism or protectionism. You have been Minister of this portfolio since 2008 and I find it illogical to believe that this has just become an issue. My ignorance leads me to believe that the hiring and selection process in government is a major culprit of the current outcome. Will you assure Canadians that political and public service corruption will also be addressed? I am referring to cronyism, nepotism and Freemasonry. How many of your family members and friends work for the Federal government? If the answer is none, then shame on me. But it really is about Darwin, is it not?

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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Emailed to Mr. Kenney on June 10, 2010

I could not help but comment on Immigration Minister Jason Kenny's remarks:

Canadian citizenship is more than a legal status, more than a passport, Kenney said. "We expect citizens to have an ongoing commitment, connection and loyalty to Canada."...........Kenney unveiled legislation to crack down on corrupt immigration consultants who exploit prospective immigrants.

I will offer only a few comments:

1. It's great to see that government is dealing with this chasm of impropriety. However, the corruption does not end with immigration consultants. The Refugee Board, Refugee Counsellors, Immigration Judges, Immigration Civil Servants, inherent RACISM in the system and lack of ethnic diversity in the decion-making process are all fundamental concerns.

2. Patriotism and full citizenship should be brought to the table as well. The irony lies in the fact that globalization has allowed Canadian Corporations to act much like individuals who hold dual citizenship and refugees. Perhaps we should look to our corporations and hold their citizenship and responsibility to Canada in the same light as an individual citizen. Perhaps Fund Managers and Corporations who sacrifice Canadian potential for the sake of foreign profits should be held to the same standard. Food for thought.

Clean up the corruption but do not imprison an individual's ability to be a member of the world stage. In today's world having an international voice is a great counter-balance to New World Order initiatives.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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Emailed to the Prime Minister on February 23, 2010


Dear Prime Minister:

This is an article posted on the web today:

Former Immigration and Refugee Board judge Steve Ellis, 50, has pleaded not guilty to charges of breach of trust and bribery in relation to the refugee application. Prosecutors allege Ellis told Ji-Hye Kim he would deny her refugee claim in September 2006 unless the then 25-year-old slept with him. She met him at a Toronto coffee shop to discuss her case, and was allegedly told he would reverse his denial of her claim if she agreed to an "intimate relationship," the Crown said. At the start of the trial on Monday, the prosecution read excerpts of their conversation, which was secretly recorded by Kim and her boyfriend. The audio and video recordings were tause o be played for the court on Tuesday, said court officials. "Let me see what I can do. I'm going to work on it. I really want to be friends with you," prosecutor Lynda Trefler quoted Ellis as saying in the recordings, according to local media. "You've got a boyfriend. I've got a wife," Trefler said he said. "Don't worry. I'm not going to be demanding. I'm not going to ask you to move in with me or anything like that." "I'm not going to fall in love with you." Before being appointed as an immigration judge, Ellis was a Toronto city councillor from 1991 to 1997. Kim was seeking asylum in Canada from an abusive father and threats from money lenders in her home country of South Korea.

This is just the tip of the iceberg. Masonic appointments, internal racism and controlled selection should also be investigated. A a very close acquaintenance who works for the Ministry of Immigration and Citizenship, said over dinner, the corruption in this Ministry is unbelievable and money flows like water in both directions! People are selected to ensure that the inner workings of the Ministry are well guarded.

When I applied for the appointment, I was notified that I and other applicants would have to take a test before any decision could be made, or an individual selected. The day after I received that letter the appointments for Federal Citizenship Judge, EI and Immigration/Refugee Board appointments were made public. What kind of lame duck politics is this. I guess the pre-selected appointees required no testing. I was sent a bill a goods and the Appointment Board had no intention of hiring me or candidates like me. I guess Steve Ellis was a better candidate!

I have also learned that Immigration Consultants are receiving huge fees from the Federal Government. The biggest fees are for jobs that are scarce in Canada. What jobs are scarce in Canada in this economy? Immigration Consultants are receiving as much as $25,000.00 per head from the Federal Government and Chinese immigration is booming with this big carrot. Can someone in government deny this statement? The other sad reality is that Chinese immigrants are paying as much as another $10,000.00 personally to get here. That means the Consultant may be making as much as $35,000.00 per head. The government is looking for money - you have a sesspool in the Public Service - look for further.

In another email I had asked of something of the Prime Minister. In return, I received a letter in the mail from your senior Appointment Director directing me to the appointments website. I had already applied three times! The dishonesty and corruption in government is astonishing. What really gets me is why taxpayers have not thrown you all behind bars.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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