by Brad Salzberg

CAP

August 14, 2022

A report from Alliance Canada delivered to the House of Commons committee on Canada-China relations is warning that the influence of the People’s Republic of China in Canada is widespread, but has gone “largely unnoticed.”

No sensible Canadian should be surprised at this declaration. As a watchdog organization for Canada-China relations, Cultural Action Party apply the “unnoticed” theory to the entire spectrum of interaction between the two countries.

“In Canada, individuals and groups are targeted by [Chinese] party state actors” 

The claim is drawn from a study titled “In Plain Sight: Beijing’s Unrestricted Network of Foreign Influence in Canada.”

How ironic. As if any aspect of a decades-long connection between the Liberal Party of Canada and the government of China can be described as being “in plain sight.”

“Chinese authorities have been “exporting their authoritarianism overseas” by infiltrating democratic institutions in Canada and elsewhere as a way to stifle criticism of the Communist state,” says Cherie Wong, executive director of Alliance Canada Hong Kong.

According to Ms. Wong, Chinese leadership has “sought to exert control over foreign politicians, academics, media, and other institutions, including within Canada.”

There you have it– straight from the horse’s mouth, so to speak. Yet, amid copious amounts of evidence regarding China’s penetration of Canadian society, a giant omission looms large: Who is responsible?

Let CAP be clear: no other entity in history holds more responsibility than the Liberal Party of Canada, PM Justin Trudeau residing. It was he who upon election in 2015 set out to establish what would have virtually sold Canada to China: the most lopsided free trade agreement in Canadian history. He failed.

Why is it that 38 million Canadians wouldn’t piece together Trudeau’s paean to communist China, and promptly vote him out of office? Are Canadians so in love with the behemoth nation that they approve of Liberal Party-China relations? Can it be that, in reality, communism is the greatest thing since sliced bread for Canadian voters?

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