The Canadian government—certainly one of the softest touches in the Western world for nonwhites making bogus “asylum” claims—has deported at least 2,000 North Koreans over the past four years for lying on their “asylum” applications, it has emerged.
According to a report in the Al Jazeera news service, 2,000 North Koreans have “been kicked out of the country since 2013 because the government says they lied on their asylum application forms,” and another 150 Koreans are under imminent threat of deportation.
The core of the lies is that the Koreans all first fled North Korea to South Korea—a perfectly safe country for them.
However, they all decided that the white side of the fence was the better one to be, and after invading Canada, most of them claimed to have fled North Korea for China—claiming that they had fled that country in fear of their lives.
It is this blatant lie—apparently carried out by thousands of North Koreans in their endeavors to move to white nations—which has now caught them out.
The article quoted one case, that of Hye Kyung Jo, who invaded Canada eight years ago with his wife and one child. Now they have been served with a deportation notice, the report said.
The family admits they lied on their asylum application—saying they defected to China, not South Korea—to “help ease the immigration process,”—that is, they knew they would never get in by claiming “asylum” from South Korea.
A support group comprised of other Koreans who have managed to stay in Canada have started lobbying the Canadian government to let the 150 currently facing deportation stay, manufacturing all manner of weak excuses such as claiming that even South Korea is not safe for them because “North Korean spies can track them down.”
An Asian lawyer working their case, Jacqueline An, told Al Jazeera that she had met Canadian officials to appeal to the Minister of Immigration—an African fake refugee named Ahmed Hussen—to allow the Koreans to stay on “compassionate grounds.” There’s been no response yet, however, she said.
The deportation decisions do not bode well for the thousands of Haitians and other Africans who have poured into Canada from the US over the past year, as none of them will have fled an unsafe country either.
It remains to be seen if the far left Canadian government has the strength of will to be consistent and deport them along with the Koreans, or if they will just roll over once again.