The Liberals already appear to be laying the groundwork for selling us out even worse to the ruthless Communist State.
The Conservative Party of Canada is slamming new liberal foreign minister Francois-Philippe Champagne for saying this about Communist China’s government:
“Canada and I would say China, stands out as a beacon of stability, predictability, a rule-based system, a very inclusive society.”
— Conservative Party (@CPC_HQ) December 2, 2019
Say what now?
Look at what’s happening in Hong Kong, where the ‘rule-based’ “One Country, Two Systems” model that China promised to uphold is being destroyed by the Communist State, and where Hong Kongers are desperately fighting for freedom.
Is that ‘rule-based’?
And, ‘inclusive society’?
Ask the Uighur’s how ‘inclusive’ China is. Ask everyone languishing in China’s concentration camps, torture chambers, and indoctrination facilities how ‘inclusive’ China is.
Liberal foreign minister @FP_Champagne telling state media in 2017 that China is a "beacon" of a "rule-based system" and is a "very inclusive society"
— Cosmin Dzsurdzsa (@cosminDZS) December 3, 2019
I’ve had my concerns that the Conservatives will end up doing the bidding of Canada’s corporate establishment and stop speaking out against Communist China, but if they keep up the attack on Francois-Philippe Champagne and the Liberals, and if they keep up the pressure on China, Canadians may be able to trust that the Conservatives will champion the true values and beliefs of our nation.
Champagne and the Liberals on the other hand, appear to be already laying the groundwork for selling our nation out to China, as his comments are so absurd that they can only be part of a calculated attempt to show more weakness and subservience to China’s Communist rulers.
This is an ominous time for Canada, and our nation must quickly rediscover our historic strength and our sense of right and wrong before it is too late.
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