The Canadian Prime Minister has been weak on China, but now it appears he’s actually helping them with their military training.
As a bit of background, back in 2014, before he was elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau was asked which country he admired most, he said that he was a fan of China’s “basic dictatorship” because it allowed them to “turn their economy around” and pursue “green” energy solutions. Of course, that’s just a panacea for the lefty dumbasses like Trudeau to praise as they continue to build a ridiculous number of “dirty” coal plants, but be patient with him, he’s not so bright.
There is also something called the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation which was set up in honor of his father, and that foundation receives quite a bit of cash from Chinese billionaires. Prime Minister Soy Boy says that he’s not directly involved in the foundation, but it does smell a bit like the Clinton Foundation, doesn’t it?
China hasn’t been so great with Canada. In retaliation for Canada arresting Huawei executive, Meng Wanzhou, to be extradited to the U.S. for misleading banks about the company’s dealings with Iran, China arrested two Canadians and charged them with spying. That’s pretty rich from the Chi-Coms, eh? They’ve been stealing intellectual property from North America and profiting handsomely from it for decades.
NBC News reported today that the pair of Canadians who have been detained in China since December 2018, have been arrested, indicted, and faced trial on Thursday. China also spied on and stole the intellectual property of one of Canada’s best tech companies which forced it to dissolve into the ether.
Did that sour the relationship with the Chinese Communist Party? Nope. Trudeau is still a fangirl of the CCP. His brother, Alexandre Trudeau, — a guy that made a propaganda film in defense of Iran’s nuclear progam — wrote a travel book about China that is rather dismissive of the fact that China is communist. But then, both of them follow in their dad’s footsteps, who was a lefty radical who loved Commies of every sort — as a reminder, “Uncle” Fidel Castro was invited to Pierre Trudeau’s funeral as an honored guest because of the friendship that they shared — but he reportedly adored the Chinese variety in particular.
Now, through an Access to Information request, Rebel News, a Canadian-based conservative media outlet, has discovered that there’s so much more coziness between the Trudeau government and the CCP.
Justin Trudeau invited China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to send its troops for cold weather training at CFB Petawawa in Ontario — and Trudeau raged at the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) for cancelling the training after China kidnapped Canadian citizens Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig.
This is only one of many bombshell revelations in The China Files, a 34-page access to information document released by the Trudeau government to Rebel News, seen below.
Documents that normally would have been completely blacked out by government censors were instead greyed out — the documents remain completely readable. Rebel News has chosen to black out a very small portion that would otherwise compromise the safety of an individual…
…The China Files show that Trudeau’s submissive approach to China isn’t just his personal obsession— it’s the official policy of his entire government and it has deeply infected Canada’s civil service, too. Trudeau’s right-hand man, Ian Shugart, was tasked with silencing the CAF’s legitimate concerns about China, and forcing our military to continue acting as if China, not the U.S., was our most important ally.
Source: Rebel News
Watch as Rebel News founder, Ezra Levant, gives all of the damning details of The China Files.
That is some big news!
How do we trust the Canucks under Prime Minister Trudeau?
Maybe he forgot that Canada is a member of NATO…?
Perhaps we should jog his memory…
Let the sanctions begin!
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