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Media's Cover-Up Of China's Influence On Canadian Politics Exposed
Justin Trudeau empowers China, damages democracy in Canada, and due to media, gets away with it.
Brian Lee Crowley, founder the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, a public policy think tank focused on Canadian national issues, has unpleasant things to say about China’s presence in Canada. Crowley pulls no punches in an article published this month by The Telegraph in the U.K.
'Canada’s Secret Service Is Fighting A Hidden Civil War’
“The leaks reveal a China hell-bent on suborning Canadian institutions. The allegations include: charges of Chinese interference in elections at every level (federal, provincial and municipal), the existence of Chinese police stations operating with impunity on Canadian soil, the intimidation of Canadians and permanent residents of Chinese origin, and threats to the families of prominent Canadian politicians.”
A motherload of condemnation it is-- from the foreign press. It's Justin Trudeau's good fortune that he has been successful in taking the anti-China wind out of media sails in Canada.
Stalling, excuses, futile appointments(David Johnson), obfuscation and delays. Government understand the methodology. Each time a piece of damnation bubbles to the political surface, drawing out conclusions for as long as possible is the remedy. Part of which is preventing articles like Crowley's from penetrating the consciousness of Canadian society.
This man is no conspiracy theory-pushing flake. He holds degrees from McGill and the London School of Economics, including a doctorate in political economy from the latter. His doctoral thesis focused on F.A. Hayek’s social and political philosophy and was published by the Oxford University Press.
"This civil war doesn’t pit Quebec nationalists against English Canada, but centres instead on China."
"For decades Canada’s national security establishment has sounded the alarm about foreign authoritarian interference. Their dire warnings were ignored."
By the Liberal Party of Canada, that is. And why not? It's a reciprocal relationship. The government of China prop-up Justin Trudeau, and in return receive open doors for communist infiltration of Canadian society.
Think this to be a paranoid delusion? Is it not a fact that ex-Liberal PM Pierre Trudeau was a communist enthusiast who opened the doors for China to waltz into Canada, impacting everything from mineral resources to public education.
Sam Cooper is a Canadian investigative journalist and best-selling author, best known for his coverage of Canada-China relations. In a recent article, Cooper writes:
"Based on recent information from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), those efforts allegedly involve payments through intermediaries to candidates affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
"Placing agents into the offices of MPs in order to influence policy, seeking to co-opt and corrupt former Canadian officials to gain leverage in Ottawa, and mounting aggressive campaigns to punish Canadian politicians whom the People’s Republic of China (PRC) views as threats to its interests."
And still we wait in silence. In an authentic democratic society, inclusive of media independence, these developments would bring down the ruling government.
The fact that it isn't happening tells us that Canada is no longer an authentic democracy. Adding to the absurdity is the fact that Trudeau's Liberals are more concerned about uncovering and punishing those who leaked the information than preventing China's infiltration of our federal political arena.
It's a surreal experience not once alluded to by mainstream media. Their job has transitioned away from objective news reporting. As financed by the Feds, the role is monolithic in intent: to preserve Justin Trudeau's pseudo-dictatorship indefinitely. If and when a replacement is appointed, CBC and corporate media will back that candidate.
On the opposite side of the political spectrum is the Conservative Party. Media's goal here is equally one-dimensional. No matter who leads the party, depict that individual as "right-wing,” racist and homophobic. Crush their potential for victory at all costs.
All of which fits into the pro-China bag that government, media and academia currently work out of. It should come as no surprise that our government is today chock full of China-apologists.
One of them is Senator Yuen Pau Woo, arguably Canada's greatest China-pusher, appointed to the Senate by PM Trudeau in 2016. Another goes back to the days of Conservative PM Stephen Harper.
Senator Victor Oh, Vice-Chair of the Canada-China Legislative Association, thinks that our China-detractors are serious meanies.
In a video posted to WeChat, Senator Oh spoke about the “need to raise money to cover costs for [people affected] by all of these unreasonable reporters who try to smear Chinese and discredit Chinese."
Commonly known as the "race card," we witness how the China-lovers conflate the issues to arrive at a favourite hobby indulged in by Justin Trudeau and his motley crew of neo-communists.
It's “racism”-- end of story. Senators Victor Oh and Yuen Pau Woo wish it was. Likey, they will get all they ask for. The Chinese interference will eventually blow over. Until this is achieved, no federal election will be called.
Upon which we leap to the Mount Everest of foreign infiltration in Canadian society:
Did the government of China win the past federal election for Justin Trudeau?
According to a series of reports in the Globe and Mail newspaper and by Global News, CSIS intelligence sources, "China provided secret funding through its Toronto consulate to 11 candidates who ran in the 2019 federal election."
The popular vote was won by the Conservative Party, meaning that 11 ridings may have been enough to seal the deal for Trudeau’s Liberals. Media breathe not a word about the possibility.
Is China in charge, or what? It's the $8,888,888 million dollar question which, more than likely, won't be answered for decades, if ever.
Justin Trudeau empowers China, damages democracy, and because of media, gets away with it. Isn't post-modern Canada just the greatest thing?