Toronto: Senior couple has to leave apartment for “refugees”

A 73-year-old Toronto man and his 71-year-old wife must leave their apartment by Wednesday. According to the court ruling, the accommodation of “refugees” outweighs all hardships.

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From Egmont | From the Guelph Times-Observer:

Pensioner couple from Toronto must move out by the end of the month – the community wants to accommodate refugees in the apartment

The 76-year-old Toronto man and his 73-year-old wife sit in front of empty cupboards and packed moving boxes. They must leave their old house that the 76-year-old has been renting for 25 years, by September 30th. The Canadian Crown Court has confirmed the verdict of the local court in Toronto: The accommodation of refugees outweighs all hardships.”

Merciless bureaucratic harshness

The old wisdom that you shouldn’t transplant an old tree anymore is no longer valid – at least not in this country. Everything has to be subordinate to migrants, or rather to all those who claim to be one – a scam the homeless in several Canadian cities have been using to obtain a stay in a hotel for several years. This downright Kafkaesque bureaucratic prank leaves a very sad aftertaste. It shows very clearly that the appreciation among Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wealthy Liberal donors for the elderly leaves much to be desired. From the judiciary down to lowest echelons of blue-haired climate-lesbians, the infection of marxism, inspired by a chinese military-industrial state, has reached most areas of Canadian life.

Justice, morality and human rights are viewed as particularly important under Trudeau’s declining government. Unfortunately, this only applies to newcomers. The only thing left for long-time residents is the cold scorn of the authoritarian bureaucratic state. Shame on yourselves, you are politically and morally responsible in this deeply disturbing matter. One can only hope that this particularly shameful process will at least spread widely in the media – so that the elderly will know in the future what can be expected. 

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