Muslims are leaving the Middle East en masse and are trying to find any first-world country they can to accept them as refugees. Unfortunately, many Muslims also bring with them a culture of violence and oppression.

So when one Canadian city was expecting a crowd of migrants, some made an elaborate hoax to deter the would-be migrants. That hoax, it appears, has been taken as fact by many. Here's what happened.

In Montreal, Canada, there is a suburb called Doval. In a fake press release, people have been circulating the news that the mayor of Dorval has refused to ban all pork products from school cafeterias. The fake reasoning behind the mayor's move, however, is some of the most solid reasoning you'll come across.

"Muslims must understand that they have to adapt to Canada and Quebec, its customs, its traditions, and its way of life, because that’s where they chose to immigrate," reads the release, pretending to be the words of the mayor.

“PUT SOME PORK ON YOUR FORK”

"[Immigrants] must understand that it is for them to change their lifestyle, not the Canadians who so generously welcomed them," continued the release. "Just like other nations, Canadians are not willing to give up their identity or their culture."

The statement goes on to speak about the 57 other, Muslim-majority countries that exist in the world and urges any migrants who are expecting Canadians to change their lifestyles to consider emigrating there.

While inclusiveness is important, it is outrageous that some of the Muslim refugees who are entering countries around the world can consider asking their hosts to give up integral parts of their identity and their history.

Unfortunately, the progressive and liberal agenda that accompanies the acceptance of these migrants leaves no room for maintaining the host country's culture.

Too bad this letter from the Dorval mayor was a hoax. Though it served some of its purpose by scaring away some immigrants, it would be refreshing to find a public leader with such a strong sense of his duty to his people.

h/t: 100 Percent Fed Up

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