Illegal invader Somali Bashir Yussuf —whose “asylum” application was so flagrantly bogus that it was rejected even under the pro-invasion Obama administration—has become the latest scrounger to cross the border into Canada, telling the National Post newspaper that he “knew” that Donald Trump would deport him.
“I saw what was coming,” Yussuf told the newspaper. “I knew Trump was going to deport me.”
The 28-year-old swindler left Somalia in 2013 to make a circuitous, five-month voyage to San Diego, where he applied for “asylum” but was rejected.
According to the National Post, over 300 nonwhite invaders have illegally entered Canada from the U.S. over the Manitoba border since April last year, a huge increase from the “usual” 50 or 60 per year.
It took Yussuf three hours to walk over the border before arriving in Emmerson, a small farming town on the Canadian border facing North Dakota and Minnesota. Emerson’s 700 inhabitants have long known “border hoppers,” often offering them lifts to the nearby Canadian Border Services Agency office. But they have never seen them coming in these numbers, the newspaper said.
The morning before Yussuf arrived with another Somali last weekend, 19 other Africans had emerged on the Canadian side of the border, after walking much of the night across frozen farm fields. There were so many that they could not fit in the small border office for processing, so the locals opened their community hall to accommodate the invaders.
Now town officials have convened an emergency meeting with police and border agents to establish a way to deal with the invasion, which they fully expect to pick up soon.
“The farmers are worried about what they’re going to find when the snow melts,” Greg Janzen, the reeve, or chief elected executive, of the Emerson-Franklin municipality, was quoted as saying.
The Manitoba “Interfaith Immigration Council,” known locally as Welcome Place, typically serves 50 to 60 asylum seekers per year, its Indian origin executive director, Rita Chahal, told the newspaper. “Since April, we’ve seen already 300,” she said.
Chahal of Welcome Place said that in recent months her center had seen another type of applicant—people like Mourad Hassan, who flew into Chicago in December and then worked immediately to find a way across the border to make his first “asylum claim” in Canada, even though his home country of Djibouti is completely peaceful.
“When Trump became president, I was scared he would deport me,” said Hassan, 32, a former army officer.
While the government of Canada was unable to provide statistics on the number of people seeking refugee status who illegally enter the country, Sgt. Harold Pfleiderer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said, “there has been an increase in illegal migration in Quebec, Manitoba and British Columbia, with the largest increase being seen in Quebec.”
A loophole in the rules covering “asylum seekers” has created the mini-invasion. An agreement between Canada and the United States—known officially as the Safe Third Country agreement, makes it illegal for invaders to simply present themselves at official border crossings and claim “asylum.”
However, those invaders who enter the country illegally, can, once inside Canada’s borders, present themselves to border guards, and claim “asylum.”
Pro-Third World invasion advocates inside Canada have now demanded of the crypto-communist Justin Trudeau regime to suspend the Safe Third Country agreement in light of Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration.
They have quoted last week’s announcement by the Harvard Law School’s “immigration and refugee clinical program,” which said that Trump’s executive orders on immigration made the United States “not a safe country of asylum” for people fleeing “persecution and violence.”