How to Avoid the ‘Shame’ of a LISA BOOKE WHILE STILL TRYING TO STAY in a country that doesn’t give a fuck
LISA BAKE, a New Yorker who spent decades trying to stay in Canada, is now trying to remain in the country.
She told the Washington Post she was “so happy” to be able to return to her beloved homeland, even as the U.S. government continues to shut down her passport and revoke her Canadian citizenship.
“I feel like my life has just taken a turn for the better,” she said.
“If this country was to be so tolerant of someone who’s not even Canadian, who’s been persecuted for the last two years, that would be an incredible accomplishment.
But that’s not what it’s like.”
On her Facebook page, she wrote that she was so “overwhelmed” by Canada’s “incredible hospitality” that she “would never have considered leaving.”
She said she hopes to return soon.
“But I want to know where I am and I want my family to know that I’m OK,” she wrote.
“Canada is amazing, but I want the country to know I am here and that I am a Canadian.”
She added: “I’m not trying to leave the country right now.
I don’t want to.”
But she added that she doesn’t have the energy to wait.
“In my mind, the whole time I was here, I was hoping for a better Canada,” she told the Post.
“It’s not that I want a better America.
I want an America that is more tolerant of me and more open to me.
“For the last year, I’ve been living in this country like it was my home. “
I’ve lived here. “
For the last year, I’ve been living in this country like it was my home.
I’ve lived here.
And I know I’m welcome here, but it’s a very different country than I thought it was.”
LISA’S STORY LISA, a Canadian citizen, was born in Ottawa in 1981, after her family fled Communist East Germany and fled to Canada when she was three.
She was adopted by an English family in Toronto and later lived with her Canadian mother and her American stepfather, who was a U.K. Army veteran.
The family settled in Vancouver in 1985 and the family moved to Toronto in 1991.
After graduating from high school in 1995, she joined a dance company and was promoted to singer and producer.
She moved to New York in 1999 and worked in the recording studio of her friend and fellow Canadian musician, David Guetta.
In 2010, she moved to Canada to live with her stepfather and live with Guetta for the first time.
She returned to New Zealand in 2013 and worked as a production assistant for Guetta and her sister, the late Jennifer Lopez.
She and Guetta divorced in 2018 and in February 2020, LISA and Guettas son, David, moved back to the U: The couple split up.
LISA returned to the United States in 2018.
She has worked as an actress, writer, producer, singer, model, dancer, and even appeared on the Netflix reality series, The Real Housewives of New York City.
She is the youngest of five children.
LISSA BAKE is a Canadian journalist and political activist who spent the last 20 years trying to reenter the country in order to stay close to her family.
In October, LISSAS father, David (aka David Guettam) died of lung cancer.
LISCAS father-in-law, Peter, died from lung cancer last year.
LISSA BAKE wrote a book in 2015 called “The Truth About Canada,” which detailed her experience in Canada.
Lisi has been working with advocacy groups, including Canadians for Immigration Reform, for years to help immigrants in the U-turn country stay in the Canadian government’s eyes.
She also has been vocal in advocating for other refugees to return home and for Canadian governments to provide asylum for their loved ones who have been forcibly removed from their homes.
On Wednesday, LISCAs son, 19-year-old David Guette, was arrested in Toronto on a felony charge of sexual assault after police said he had allegedly touched her in a public place, but that it was consensual.
David Guetti was released from jail on bail in August after posting $500 bail.
Lisa Baake is a New York-based freelance journalist who writes for the Washington Examiner and is the founder of the blog Canada Is a Beautiful Country.
She wrote “The LISABAKE Story” for the blog and lives in Toronto.
This post has been updated to include additional comments from LISA.
LIZA BAKKE’S SISTER JENNY GUETTEN is a journalist, writer and producer who has been living with her sister-inlaw, Lisa and her stepson, David