This is another “Has Trudeau gone bonkers post?”
President-elect Donald Trump has warned the Mexican cartels and threatened to build the wall across the border, (I truly believe he will.) Trump also said he will remove any Mexican criminal that live in the country illegally.
This comes at the same time the Canadian government announced to lift visa requirements for Mexican alyssum seekers, including criminal cartels.
There’s also a cost involved in lifting visa requirements, $262 million to be exact as reported by the CBC.
From a postmedia document reported by the Vancouver Sun:
“In the next three years, Mexican drug cartels are expected to expand their presence in Canada by sending operatives and recruiting local airport or marine port workers with ties to Mexico,” says the document, obtained from a source.
As of Dec. 1, Mexicans are no longer required to obtain a visa to come to Canada. The previous visa program had existed for seven years.
The CBSA document said the cartels generally don’t use tourists to smuggle drugs for them.
“While Mexican drug cartels do employ drug mules, they prefer shipments with high profitability and high likelihood of successful delivery,” the documents says. “As a result, they are expected to continue to focus their large scale smuggling efforts on commercial cargo in the marine, air and land modes given the higher likelihood of successful delivery and much higher profit margins.”
Trudeau says this is to build the economic relationship between Canada and Mexico, what he doesn’t know is that criminal drug gangs own the Mexican economy.