Huawei Publicly Attacks Canada, Falsely Accuses Us Of Breaking The Law

Why haven’t they been banned yet?

Huawei – the Communist China-controlled corporation that is seen as a huge security risk by many of Canada’s closest allies – is now publicly attacking Canada.

On Twitter, the Huawei account Tweeted the following:

“The detainment of #Huawei CFO #MengWanzhou is an unlawful and illegal act. Why? Read this insightful account of events to help you make up your mind.”

Of course, as noted by Terry Glavin, the article Huawei links to does NOT say any laws were broken:

“Yes, do read the Globe story, because it does *not* show that Meng’s detention was “unlawful and illegal,” but the opposite. With all the millions this sinister Beijing-directed corporation is blowing on public relations, you’d think they might avoid a screw-up of this magnitude:”

In fact, the Canadian government is bound by law to fulfill extradition requests from the United States, just as the United States is bound to fulfill extradition requests from Canada, since we have an extradition treaty with them.

If, after all of this, the Canadian government still allows Huawei into our 5G networks, it will raise serious questions about whether Canadian government officials have been bribed or co-opted by the Communist State.

Spencer Fernando