Himalaya Canada Liberte
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At 3 pm on November 18th there was an opposition motion in the house of commons of Canada about foreign policy towards China. The motion reads as follows:
- the People’s Republic of China, under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), is threatening Canada’s national interest and its values, including Canadians of Chinese origin within Canada’s borders,
- Canada must have a strong and principled foreign policy backed by action in concert with its allies, the House call upon the government to:
a) decide on Huawei’s involvement in Canada’s 5G network within 30 days of the adoption of this motion; and
(b) develop a robust plan, as Australia has done, to combat China’s growing foreign operations here in Canada and its increasing intimidation of Canadians living in Canada, and table it within 30 days of the adoption of this motion.
Although the motion passed 179 votes in favor and 146 votes opposed it is noteworthy that the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, voted against the motion.
I have written on these pages before questioning the motives of the Prime Minister as it relates to his beliefs and agenda in never criticizing or pushing back against the clear bullying and provocations of the CCP.
The motion itself is rather benign. It simply contemplates giving voice to the reality that the CCP is threatening Canada’s national interest, as well as calling for the government to have a strong policy to combat the CCP’s growing interference operations in Canada, as well as its intimidation of Canadians of Chinese descent living in Canada. Further, it calls for a long-overdue decision about how Huawei’s involvement in Canada’s 5G network.
What could be behind the Prime Minister’s inability to vote for such an obvious position, which is clearly in the national interest of Canada? It is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid the conclusion that the Prime Minister is hedging his bets, waiting for his preferred option of a win by Joseph Biden in the American presidential election. If this were to come to pass I am predicting that the Liberal government’s position related to the CCP would become far more accommodating.
As I stated in a previous article entitled “Evidence of CCP influence operations accumulate”, threats and intimidation by servants of the CCP are now common around the world as the CCP engages in more muscular diplomacy. Such is life in the utopian communist world that the CCP wants to export to the free world. And in “The CCP benefits from the naivete of the West” I declared: “The time for naivete, appeasement, and turning the other cheek has long since passed. Now is the time to exercise logic, common sense, and Realpolitik. This is the time to respond to the clear actions and stated goals of the CCP that they intend to impose their authoritarian, dictatorial model on the rest of the world and use any means to crush our resistance”.
The opposition leader Erin O’Toole said in a Press conference on November 17th “we call upon the government to finally grow a spine, and make a decision on Huawei’s involvement in Canada’s critical 5G network within 30 days of the adoption of his motion”. O’Toole went on “Canadians of Chinese origin have been threatened by foreign agents in our country. Human rights organizations such as amnesty international and the Uighur Congress have documented Chinese intimidation, especially against human rights activists who have spoken out against the crackdown in Hong Kong and China’s ongoing genocide in East Turkestan”.
Multiple books such as “Claws of the Panda” by Jonathan Manthorpe,” Stealth War” by Robert Spalding, and “Silent Invasion” by Clive Hamilton, have documented the infiltration program by the CCP in the west over the last 4 to 5 decades. This infiltration is now culminating in the United States in the form a program of CCP-orchestrated voter fraud which has been uncovered in the 2020 election. Also, the revelation that the Biden family is severely compromised by the CCP is further proof that many Western leaders have been enveloped by the CCP program of “elite capture”.
When national leaders make decisions that defy logic and are against the national interest, it becomes impossible not to conclude that they too are implicated in these CCP programs.
1.” Trudeau votes against motion forcing a decision on Huawei’s 5G access”, Noah David Alter, Post Millenial, November 18, 2020
2. House of Commons website, https://www.ourcommons.ca/en/parliamentary-business/2020-11-18