There have been numerous instances in the recent past that gives evidence that Canada is fast degrading into a Chinese colony. Recent being, the Canadian officials, upon learning of the decision to give its John McCain Prize for Leadership in Public Service to Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan, made it clear the Canadian government would pull its support if organizers gave the honour to Tsai.
After Canadian Government came under heavy criticism worldwide for fast degrading into a Chinese colony, Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan denied late Monday that the Trudeau government threatened to withhold funding from a top international defense gathering over the organizers’ plan to give a major award to the president of Taiwan.
The standstill has created tension between the Halifax International Security Forum and the Canadian government, which is a major sponsor of the forum.
Late last year, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter, the forum’s organizers decided to give its John McCain Prize for Leadership in Public Service to Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan. Cindy McCain, a member of the forum’s board of directors, greenlit the decision to honor Tsai with the prize named after her late husband.
It would have been the third time the HFX presented the McCain award. The first, in 2018, went to the people of Lesbos, Greece, for their efforts to save refugees; the second, in 2019, went to the citizen protesters in Hong Kong. HFX planned to give the third to Taiwan’s president for standing strong against China’s relentless pressure.
When Canadian officials learned of the forum’s plans, they made it clear that if organizers gave the honor to Tsai, the Canadian government would pull support — and funding — from HFX.
HFX hasn’t decided how to proceed. For now, the situation appears to be on ice.
“HFX has not yet announced the winner of the 2020 John McCain Prize for leadership in public service,” said the forum’s Vice President Robin Shepherd in a statement. “We look forward to making the announcement, and conducting a presentation event at an appropriate time, given the challenges that the Covid-19 pandemic presents. President Tsai of Taiwan is a well respected international leader, the first female president of Taiwan, and a strong global advocate for democracy. She would certainly be an ideal fit for this award. At this time, we have no further announcements to make.”
The McCain Institute, where Cindy McCain is chair of the board of trustees, did not respond to requests for comment.
The Halifax forum, also sponsored by NATO, draws scores of powerful military and civilian leaders. Previous speakers have included then-U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel; Adm. Phil Davidson, the commander of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command; Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan; and officials from a host of other countries, including Israel, Estonia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Poland and Japan.
The forum’s website states it is “devoted to strengthening strategic cooperation among democratic nations.” It also purports to take a critical stance toward Beijing’s autocratic expansionism, and last year released a publication called “The HFX Handbook for Democracies,” which highlights “the serious challenge that China poses.” HFX promises donors that their contributions to the forum will strengthen their governments’ “resolve to stand up to China.”
Now the question is whether the forum itself will buck the Canadian government and honor one of Beijing’s top targets.
Trudeau’s government appears uncomfortable with the situation. Ottawa has shied away from provoking Beijing after tensions spiked in December 2018, when Canadian authorities arrested a senior Huawei executive on behalf of the U.S. In an apparent retaliation, China arrested two Canadians just days later and has since charged them with espionage.
After Canadian Governmetn came under heavy criticism worldwide for becoming Chinese colony, Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan denied late Monday that the Trudeau government threatened to withhold funding from a top international defense gathering over the organizers’ plan to give a major award to the president of Taiwan.
During a virtual appearance Monday night before a special parliamentary committee, Sajjan was asked directly by Conservative MP James Bezan if he threatened to withhold funding from the forum over the plan to honor Tsai.
“No, in fact, I authorized funding for the Halifax International Security Forum twice last year,” the minister told the committee.
Sajjan, however, declined to answer when pressed several times whether he would endorse Tsai for such an accolade.
His statements to the committee came several days after his office declined to deny the story.
A spokesperson for Taiwan’s foreign ministry said Monday that receiving the John McCain Prize “would be an affirmation and honor for both President Tsai and the people of Taiwan” for their efforts fighting the pandemic and their democratic achievements.
“However, on the basis of democratic principles and respect for the HFX, Taiwan will respect the HFX’s decision regarding the prize,” foreign ministry spokesperson Joanne Ou said in response to POLITICO’s reporting, according to Taiwan’s Central News Agency.
In recent months, the Chinese government has targeted Taiwan with a hybrid warfare campaign, including election interference, cyberattacks and drone intrusions into its airspace. The unstinting barrage has battered the country’s economy and sparked fears of a full-scale invasion. Meanwhile, under Tsai’s leadership, only 10 of Taiwan’s nearly 24 million people have died of Covid-19. In January 2020, she won a landslide reelection victory against a rival who wanted closer ties with Beijing.
Beijing does not recognize Taiwan’s independence, and has long sought control of the dynamic island democracy. The Communist government has worked to undermine international recognition of Taiwan, using its clout to pressure companies and institutions to change maps depicting it as an independent country.
Previous Instances of Canada fast degrading into Chinese Colony
Justin Trudeau’s love for China Puts Canadians at Risk. Justin Trudeau had announced on 12-May 2020 that Canada had struck an agreement with the Tianjin-based firm to conduct another phase 1 trial. However, Chinese scientists who were working on a vaccine partnership with Canada were part of a government program to transfer research and knowledge to Beijing. Former officials with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service CSIS said that it’s likely that scientists with CanSino Biologics were Chinese assets despite being educated in Canada. Now, members within the Five Eyes intelligence network – including Canada, the US and Australia – are investigating CanSino’s founders on the suspicion that they’re a part of China’s “Thousand Talents Plan” recruitment effort. CanSino Biologics is working alonside the Chinese military’s medical-science division — it has surprisingly deep roots in this country. Intelligence authorities believe that the “Thousand Talents” program is an effort by the Chinese government to recruit foreign scientists and funnel research into the mainland for the purpose of advancing Chinese military and technological interests.
Canada using Its territory to train Chinese PLA forces to fight against India in Aksai Chin
Justin Trudeau simulates Ladakh in Canada for China is one of the consequences of having Terrorists as your Vote Bank, the redacted documents reveal.
It is learnt that as per reports, Rebel Media has obtained documents proving that the Canadian government has been training China’s People’s Liberation Army in “cold weather warfare” at Canadian military colleges and bases.
Rebel obtained redacted documents in response to a freedom of information request about Canada sending a delegation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the PLA Navy in 2019. However, the documents were not properly redacted and the words below were clearly legible.
We covered it in details in our previous article Justin Trudeau Simulates Ladakh in Canada for China : Consequences of having Terrorists as Your Vote Bank
Trudeau’s approach to China : A Compulsion to satisfy his vote bank of terrorists.
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.
Moreover as we covered in our previous article When Terrorist Are Your Vote bank – Curious Case of Justin Trudeau And Canada, Canada has now openly decided to support the Khalistani terror apparatus trying to create discord inside India. Because of the influence of Pakistan Intelligence Agency and regular inciting Khalistanis living in Canada to bleed India, the Khalistani Terrorist elements have infiltrated the close circles of Justin Trudeau who want to do everything that hurts the interests of Pakistan’s arch rival India. As a result of these appeasements to Khalistani terrorists that now happen to be the vote bank of Justin Trudeau, Canada under the misrule of Justine Trudeau went on a suicide path. Not only did Canada went against the US economic and military interests, but also went against India’s security interests.
Points to Ponder
Chinese Debt Trap Diplomacy is used by Imperialist China to control the world. Many countries around the world that voluntarily or involuntarily fell into the Chinese debt trap, are following the orders of Communist CCP China. However it is surprising that Canada has fallen into Chinese Trap maybe not because of Debt Trap but certainly due to hatred for India by its Khalistani Terrorist supporting Politicians.
One is Khalistani Terrorist supporting politicians and Terrorist supporting vote bank of Justin Trudeau that is responsible for Canada fast degrading into a Chinese colony. What could be the other reasons? Is that incompetence or immaturity of Justin Trudeau? What else can you think of? Share your thoughts with us.
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