Dec. 7th, 2016
The Estevan Review 16:00 EST
Thus, speculation that Canada’s Minister of Democratic Institutions could possibly be an Iranian secret agent, as recently claimed by Ezra Levant of The Rebel media, have been formally quashed by the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Supreme leader today. Speaking from his headquarters in the Iranian majis (Iran’s Parliament) today, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, “There is no way that Iran would send an infiltrator- let alone a female- alone without a guardian- to another country to interfere with their democratic process. We are a democratic country who respects free nations and their sovereignty. The Zionists are using Monsef case to fuel anti-Iranian, anti-Islamic sentiment against the Islamic Republic.”
MONSEF SHRUGS OFF CRITICISM
Monsef, once hailed as Canada’s first Afghan born member of parliament is warding of a growing amount of criticism from the public and opposition parties about her place of birth- Mashad, Iran. “There are some troublemakers out there, trying to cause myself and my family problems, you know it really hurts my mother and its so unfair, but most Canadians accept me and understand my situation,” said Monsef. “I’m confident that Canadians still accept me the way I am and they want to change the system. Everyday I talk to Canadians, they want change, they want a more democratic way to vote and we are going to make sure that happens.” Monsef went on to say that she denies her or her family are under immigration for citizenship fraud, despite reports from the Toronto Sun that an investigation has commenced.
CSIS FACES SCRUTINY
The Canadian Secret Intelligence Secret is facing more questions on how they cleared Maryam Monsef when investigating her for top secret security clearance in order to obtain access to Canadian Parliament. “We are only learning about her place of birth now, thanks to a Globe & Mail investigation,” cited a CSIS agent who declined to give her name and refuse to answer further questions whether the intelligence agency is considering revoking her
secret security clearance. All members of parliament and federal employees must go through a what is thought to be, a thorough check which requires prospective employees to give a detailed history of their entire life. “Top Secret clearance is the upper echelon of clearances within Ottawa, it’s the pinnacle. Its as high as you can go. Its what Trudeau has and all those around him, there is no way the Globe & Mail should have been able to expose a leak- and substantial at that- that CSIS couldn’t find” cited Howard Burns, CEO of International Border Frontiers and best-selling author of several New York Times hits. “The distance between Mashhad, Iran and Herat, Afghanistan, which was Monsef’s claimed place of birth is nearly 400 kilometres. There is not a matter of Gatineau & Ottawa, there is no way one could make a mistake as to what side of the border they were born on.”
LIBERALS ACCUSED OF DOUBLE STANDARDS
One 19-year old Concordia student who was born in China and came to Canada at the innocent age of 2, is facing possible citizenship revoking after the IRCC concluded that the students mother lied about her marital status. “It’s complete hypocrisy to say to one Canadian, we are taking away your citizenship because your mother lied to us when you were 2-years old & to say to another, who happens to be a top ranked deputy in the ruling Liberal Party: it’s okay, we understand why your mother lied on your papers,” said the B.C. Civil Liberties Union. Trudeau is facing continued fire from opposition parties who question how a female could travel to Iran, without any scrutiny, in a time that Canada and Iran had no diplomatic relations. “Her claim that she went to Iran to empower women and girls doesn’t add up,” stated Mark Schultz, a political science professor at the University of Lethbridge. “We know how Iran see’s foreign Canadian nations, the fact that Monsef breezed through Iranian security and kept her trip a secret until confronted is appalling.” Immigration Minister Hon. John MacCallum is trying to spearhead a new bill that would place a temporary halt on anyone being stripped of their citizenship for a lie told to immigration by their parents- a move which is being cited by critics as a Liberal ploy to protect Minister Maryam Monsef.