The statement further confirms Huawei’s status as a propaganda arm of the Communist China government.
A statement issued by Huawei Canada is raising eyebrows.
In a video posted to Twitter, Huawei Canada delivered a statement on the beginning of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s extradition hearings.
First, the fact that Huawei Canada even posted a statement is a problem. And worse, the statement echoes the exact same language used by the government of Communist China, not a big surprise since Huawei is controlled and subservient to the Communist Party.
And when it comes to the video itself, it’s delivered almost as if the spokesman – Benjamin Howes – is under duress and being forced to say the words. It’s delivered awkwardly and robotically, very similar to the forced statements we regularly see in Communist China.
You can watch the video below:
Huawei statement regarding Meng Wanzhou pic.twitter.com/JtO88uTXYD
— Huawei Canada (@Huawei_Canada) January 20, 2020
“he looks like he’s being held at gunpoint”
he looks like he's being held at gunpoint
— Spired (@spiderillo) January 20, 2020
Of course, Huawei’s statement doesn’t mention Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor who are being held hostage by Communist China, and doesn’t mention that Meng Wanzhou has been living it up at her huge Vancouver mansion.
Once again we see that Huawei is an extension of the Chinese Communist Party State, and therefore must be banned.
Photo – Twitter