Disloyal Weakness: Even As Two Canadians Are Arbitrarily Jailed, Liberal MP Acts Like China Tourism Spokesman, Says It’s “Safe” For Canadians To Travel To The Communist State

How can it be safe for Canadians to travel to a country that has kidnapped our citizens and put them in horrific jails with no access to human rights?

It gets tiring to keep saying it, but it still needs to be said.

The weakness of the Trudeau Liberals towards Communist China is putting Canadians at risk.

The latest example is Liberal MP Rob Oliphant – the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs – who is now basically doing the job of Communist China’s tourism department.

In what certainly feels like disloyalty and weakness, Oliphant is claiming that it’s “safe” for Canadians to travel to Communist China, despite all the evidence to the contrary:

Here’s what Oliphant said, as reported by the Globe & Mail:

“We are saying it is still safe. These, I think, were very targeted abductions. We don’t have any sense that Canadians going to China would be in any different situation than they have been in previous years.”

What the hell is Oliphant talking about here?

He doesn’t think people “would be in any different situation”?


Tell that to Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.

They were certainly put in a “different situation.”

They were kidnapped, are being detained without access to lawyers, and are being held in terrible conditions.

Sure seems “different” to me.

Communist China has made clear that they have ZERO respect for Canadians, and are willing to kidnap Canadian Citizens to use as political ploys. They don’t fear our government, and they realize they can get away with anything.

The Trudeau government has even refused to pull Canada’s $250 million contribution to the China-controlled Asian Infrastructure Bank.

And now, a top Liberal MP is acting like an employee for China’s tourism department, and is telling people it’s still safe to visit the Communist State.

What a pathetic disgrace.

Spencer Fernando

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