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Angus Reid Institute (ARI) – a Canadian polling firm – in a new poll, surveyed 5,004 Canadian adults from February 26, 2021, to March 3, 2021. The results, as they pertain to Canadians’ opinion of the CCP, are powerful and incontrovertible. Our Politicians had best take heed.
77% of Canadians have a very or mostly unfavorable opinion of the CCP. Only 14% have a favorable view (a 34% drop from 2017)!
81% of Canadians believe that the CCP has not been transparent or honest about the source of the CCP-virus. Only 9% believe they have!
85% of Canadians believe the CCP cannot be trusted in regards to human rights or the rule of law.
75% of Canadians agree that the CCP’s treatment of the Uyghurs in Xinjiang is Genocide.
79% of Canadians want their politicians to prioritize human rights and rule of law over trade and investment opportunities with the CCP. A big lesson for Ottawa. 
As the CCP-virus rages on, killing people around the World (121,466,570 cases; 2,685,144 dead) the demand for objective, provable answers increase. The answers have already been provided by the courageous Doctor Li-Meng Yan.  
Unfortunately, the Western World is always slow to come to conclusions even when faced with a mountain of evidence. Let’s consider only the CCP’s most recent track record: brutal repression and killings in Tibet; Genocide in Xinjiang; claiming all of the South China Sea in contravention of the 1994 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) which the CCP signed; repudiating the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong of 1984 and brutally repressing HK freedom protests; organ harvesting from live donors. Even absent of any scientific foundation for the claim (which Dr. Yan has also provided us) it is a very small step from Genocide and live organ harvesting to the development and release of a biological weapon.
“On March 8, independent think tank ‘Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy‘ published a report detailing how the CCP systematically conducted the genocide by collecting the Uyghurs’ biometric data, assigning party cadre teams to monitor them, and subsequently destroying their cultural and religious site, language, and poetry—all central to their identity and life.”
“The CCP then criminalized their religious practices, built, and expanded the internment camps and detention facilities where about 1 to 2 million Uyghurs were detained. What follows is forced labor, forced abortions, mass sterilization of Uyghur women, widespread rape, sexual abuse, and forced separation of the Uyghur children from their parents, the report states.”
In the face of the overwhelmingly negative and distrustful opinion expressed by the Canadian public in this new poll, the Cabinet of the Canadian Government persists with not holding the CCP to account on these most egregious issues. On February 22nd the Canadian Cabinet abstained from a vote to declare the Genocide on Xinjiang. The Canadian Government has also steadfastly refrained from declaring policy on the banning of Huawei (the CCP-linked telecoms infrastructure company) from Canada’s telecom infrastructure based on national security concerns. Even after 2 years of supposed “investigation” and clear statements from Canadian Security and Intelligence sources that Huawei does represent a threat, this abstention from a decision continues.
Canadians are left to make their conclusions about the reasons for this stonewalling. The Government certainly is not providing any credible explanations for their silence. In the meantime, the CCP continues waging unrestricted biological warfare on the World and continues to abuse the Uyghurs and the population of Hong Kong. The CCP’s next step is an invasion of Taiwan – they are signaling that already. When will the pressure of Canadian public opinion become too much for the Government to ignore? The Canadian public is tired of their leaders not making the difficult decisions, or being the last to make them.
 “4 of 5 Canadians view China negatively: poll”, Isaac Teo, The Epoch Times, March 17, 2021.