WATCH: China’s Xi Jinping DRESSES DOWN Costume-Loving Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau At G20

Written by Sir John, Eh! on November 16, 2022

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The Chinese Leader scolded the Canadian Prime Minister for the press reporting details of their private conversations.

A member of the Candian Press Pool managed to catch a video of the awkward exchange at the G20 — much to the chagrin of Trudeau’s Chief of Staff, Katie Telford, whom you can see giving the reporter the side-eye three times at the end of the video.

Canadian journalist Annie Bergeron-Oliver of CTV News shared the video on Twitter.

“Everything we discussed has been leaked to the papers and that is not appropriate,” said Chairman Xi.

Trudeau replied saying the Canadian belief is in “free and open dialogue” while looking like a scolded puppy.

It’s difficult to hear what’s being said, so here’s one with captioning posted by Poso from Human Events.

Trudeau was speaking to Xi privately about the recent headlines revealing that China has been meddling in Canadian elections targeting Conservative members of Parliament like… MP Michael Chong whose father emigrated from Hong Kong to Canada in the 1950s.

Terry Glavin explains in the National Post how Trudeau has been trying to play both sides on this issue.

In the headlines, everything had been going swimmingly. The Guardian: “Trudeau raises ‘serious concerns’ about Chinese interference in talks with Xi.” Al Jazeera: “Canada’s Trudeau raises Chinese ‘interference’ in talks with Xi.” The BBC: “Trudeau accuses China of ‘aggressive’ election interference.”
That’s pretty good spin when you consider what the story was really about. It was about Global News revealing last week that for 10 months, Trudeau had been sitting on reports from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service disclosing an elaborate plot hatched out of China’s Toronto consulate that funded interference in 11 ridings during the 2019 federal election campaign.
It’s pretty good press, because it was so rich: Trudeau getting points for defending Canadian sovereignty after having invited and encouraged Beijing’s sordid influences in Canada’s economic and political life at every opportunity, ever since he was ushered into the Prime Minister’s Office in 2015 by Peter Harder, the head of the Canada-China Business Council, the guy Trudeau hired to lead his transition team and then elevated to lead the government side in the Senate…
…So again this week, Canada’s prime minister was reduced to having his ears boxed by the object of his unrequited affections, when all he was trying to do, the poor guy, was engage in a bit of grandstanding to mollify public opinion back in Canada.
Source: National Post

It was also reported in late September — though probably not brought up by Trudeau in his private tête-a-tête with Xi — that China has operating illegal police stations on Canadian soil to “monitor” Chinese nationals living in Canada. There are accusations that these “police” are attempting to implement Chinese law in Canada and are using harassment and intimidation tactics on Chinese ex-pats.

Members of the Conservative Party of Canada are making a lot of noise about the presence of unauthorized Chinese “police” in Canada that are a thumb in the eye to Canadian sovereignty. The Liberal government of Justin Trudeau… eh, not so much.

This is also happening in the U.S., by the way.

But it’s gotta be rough for Trudeau to be publicly shredded on camera like that while his lips are normally firmly attached to Xi Jinping’s backside.

After all, Trudeau does admire China’s “basic dictatorship”.

Yeah, we saw that first-hand with the way that his government handled the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa.

Trudeau was probably hoping for kudos from Xi for his authoritarian measures during COVID and the way he invoked what are essentially war measures to clear out peaceful protesters whose presence actually brought crime down in downtown Ottawa by 90 percent.

Maybe if Trudeau builds enough quarantine camps and takes away more human rights during the next wave of COVID, he’ll be able to get a little doggie biscuit and a pat on the head from his buddy Xi.

We’ll have to wait and see. But with hospitals reaching capacity in Canada (again) and a shortage of children’s pain and fever medications in the country as RSV and the flu are spreading along with the multiple Omicron variants of the ‘Rona, we might see the rise of COVIDictator Trudeau again in reasonably short order.

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