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Chicom’s Introduce Control Over Canada’s Defense Minister

By Saying “We Don’t Consider China An Adversary,” Sajjan Betrays Canada’s National Interests & Puts Canadians At Risk

With yet another weak and grovelling response to China’s aggression, a clear message is being sent: China can do whatever they want to our nation without facing any consequences.

Trudeau’s defense minister Harjit Sajjan, commenting at a security forum in Halifax, had this to say about Communist China:

“We don’t consider China as an adversary. Some of the things that China from a security perspective have been doing is concerning, and we need to be mindful of that. But it’s only through the appropriate discussions that we are able to get back into a rules-based order.”

Sajjan also said Canada and China have cooperation in “certain aspects of trade.”

In short, Sajjan’s comments are a disgrace, and a betrayal of Canada’s national interests.

Communist China has arbitrarily detained two Canadian Citizens, denied them fair access to a lawyer, kept them in terrible conditions, blocked Canadian exports under laughable pretenses, and threatened Canada repeatedly (with the most recent threat being an effort to stop us from supporting Hong Kong).

In addition to their direct mistreatment of Canada, China has also hurt our nation and our allies for decades. Fentanyl from China is flowing into Canada and the US, causing thousands and thousands of deaths. China’s trade practices contributed to wiping out much of our manufacturing capacity, leaving devastated communities and hollowed out cities in their wake. China is put over 1 million Muslims into concentration camps, and their crackdown on freedom-supporting protesters in Hong Kong has shown how opposed China is to the values we hold here in Canada.

Simply put, China is clearly an adversary to Canada, and it’s delusional to think otherwise.

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West put it well:

“❌ 2 🇨🇦s held hostage, tortured. 
❌ Ban on certain 🇨🇦 imports. 
❌ 1 million plus Uyghurs interned.
❌ Hong Kong under attack. 
❌ Advancing totalitarianism.

What do you have to do for our government to consider you an adversary?”

And that’s why Sajjan’s comments are not only a betrayal of our national interests, but also put Canadians at further risk.

China will certainly be aware of what Sajjan has said, and they must be laughing at the pathetic weakness of the Canadian government. China is realizing that they can do literally anything they want to our country, and we’ll just roll over and take it. Ruthless government’s like China can sense that weakness, and they’ll keep on using Canada as their punching bag in an attempt to intimidate the broader Western world.

Source: Spencer Fernando

Canada Must Decide: More Trade With Communist China, Or Live Up To Our Values

Decoupling our economy from China before we become too dependent is the path our nation must take.

The increasingly brutal crackdown on Hong Kong protesters by Communist China, combined with China’s increasing aggression and provocation – not to mention their continued arbitrary detention of two Canadian Citizens – is raising difficult questions for Canada.

We now face a clear choice, and that choice is increasingly unavoidable:

Live up to our values, or increase our trade with Communist China.

Because, at this point, we can’t do both.

Even powerful American companies and brands (like the NBA) are discovering that the more you do business with China, the more you are forced to sacrifice your own values to the whims of the Communist Party.

The result is that China is exporting their authoritarian Communist system to the rest of the world, using trade as the cudgel to put other countries into a state of dependence.

And beyond that, we’ve already seen the hollowing out of Canada’s manufacturing sector, in large part because of China’s deceptive trade practices, currency devaluation, and dumping of product in markets across the globe.

Additionally, the majority of fentanyl coming into Canada and causing so much devastation arrives here from Communist China.

So, for all of these reasons, it is essential that we begin to decouple our economy from China.

Some will say that there is too much money to be made in China for us to decouple, and that trade is worth any cost to our values. But if that’s the direction Canada ends up taking, what is even the point of being a country?

If we have no values, no standards, and no willingness to defend what we claim to believe in as Canadians, then how can we hold our heads up high as a nation?

China doesn’t want trading partners, they want vassal states.

Now, some trade with China is certainly acceptable, in areas where China is desperate and thus can’t enforce demands in return. For food and natural resources which China can’t supply on it’s own, Canada loses nothing from trading with China, but when it comes to technology and manufacturing, trade with China puts our own economic and national security at risk.

And even in terms of food and natural resources, we must limit the expansion of trade with China, because relying too much on their market brings it’s own risk.

Thus, the solution is for Canada to impose large tariffs on imports from China in areas such as metals, military technology, and telecommunications (ban Huawei 5G), while putting limits on the exports of Canadian products to China. At the same time, producers should be compensated for losses from decoupling and we should seek out other markets (like India), where we can trade without throwing our values or national security in the trash.

We live in a dangerous world, and being dependent on trade with a nation like China represents far too big a risk to Canada. We must get rid of that risk before it’s too late, and that means we must begin the process of decoupling as soon as possible.

Source: Spencer Fernando

Canadian Government Purchases Anti-Trump Billboards and Transit Signs…

Apparently Canadian media are taking their hatred for U.S. President Donald Trump to new levels of opposition.  The taxpayer funded CBC news media is purchasing billboards and transit advertisement throughout Canada to promote a campaign against the sitting U.S. President.

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SOURCE: “”TRUMP BAD!” ads are appearing throughout Canada attacking him for wanting to secure the border with Mexico using a historically illiterate comparison to the Berlin Wall. I’ve seen these on Vancouver transit also” (link)

Even for the ultra-leftists within Canada, this antagonistic approach toward the United States is quite remarkable. [Former President Barack Obama was in Canada yesterday.]

D’oh Canada, this will not end well for the Canadian government…  Additionally, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is up for reelection this year.

One would think that Canada would be more concerned about their collapsing economy.

Then again, it’s likely the Canadian government recognizes the economic and trade policies of U.S. President Donald Trump; policies that stop the exploitation of the U.S. market; is part of the reason for their current contraction.  [Learn More Here]

This short-sighted and vulgar political campaign against President Donald Trump would very well make matters worse within Canada.

Source: by Sundance | The Conservative Tree House

Brief History Of Canadian State & Church Run Genocide Work Camps

Beginning in 1847 and lasting until 1996, the Canadian government, in partnership with the dominant Christian Churches, ran 130 residential boarding schools across Canada for Aboriginal children, who were forcibly taken from their homes. While the schools were said to educate, they were plagued by under-funding, disease, and abuse.

Because of laws and policies that encouraged or required Indigenous peoples to assimilate into a Eurocentric society, Canada violated the United Nations Genocide Convention that Canada signed in 1949 and passed through Parliament in 1952. The residential school system that removed Aboriginal children from their homes has led scholars to believe that Canada can be tried in international court for genocide. A legal case resulted in settlement of 2 billion C$ in 2006 and the 2008 establishment of a truth and reconciliation commission which confirmed the injurious effect on children of this system and turmoil created between Aboriginal Canadians and Canadian Society. In 2008 Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued an apology on behalf of the Canadian government and its citizens for the residential school system.

Source: Wikipedia

Canadian Man Films Hospital Staff Plotting To Euthanize Him Without Consent

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A terminally ill Canadian man is suing a hospital after secretly recording doctors discussing euthanizing him against his will.

42-year-old Roger Foley is hospitalized due to an incurable neurological disease. Despite repeated requests to be discharged to he can live the rest of his life surrounded by his loving family, hospital staff insisted that he be fast-tracked into an “assisted dying” program.

In the shocking audio clip, a doctor warns Mr. Foley he will be billed “north of $1500 a day” to stay in the hospital, before urging him to begin the hospital’s “assisted dying” program.

Under Trudeau’s liberal government, euthanasia is both legal and actively encouraged for patients with terminal illnesses and children with disabilities.

Ctvnews.ca reports: In his lawsuit, Foley claims that a government-selected home care provider had previously left him in ill health with injuries and food poisoning. He claims that he has been denied the right to self-directed care, which allows certain patients to take a central role in planning and receiving personal and medical services from the comfort of their own homes.

None of the claims in Foley’s lawsuit has been tested in court.

He is now sharing audio recordings of separate conversations he had with two health care workers at London Health Sciences Center, where he has been stuck in a hospital bed for more than two years.

In one audio recording from September 2017, Foley is heard speaking to a man about what he has described as attempts at a “forced discharge,” with threats of a hefty hospital bill.

When Foley asks the man how much he’d have to pay to remain in hospital, the man replies, “I don’t know what the exact number is, but it is north of $1,500 a day.”

Foley expresses shock at the figure and tells the man that he’d just read an article that quoted the Ontario health minister saying it’s “not legal” for hospitals to coerce patients like that.

The man is heard saying that the hospital does not use “this conversation in every situation.”

“It is only in situations where somebody has a plan in the community that is feasible that they’re not going to accept and that’s OK,” the man says.

Foley then says that he hasn’t been informed of a plan for his care and that his rights as a patient are being violated.

“You have already violated my preferences…So what is the plan that you know of?” Foley asks the man.

“Roger, this is not my show,” the man replies. “I told you my piece of this was to talk to you about if you had interest in assisted dying.”

In a separate audio recording from January 2018, another man is heard asking Foley how he’s doing and whether he feels like he wants to harm himself.

Foley tells the man that he’s “always thinking I want to end my life” because of the way he’s being treated at the hospital and because his requests for self-directed care have been denied.

The man is then heard telling Foley that he can “just apply to get an assisted, if you want to end your life, like you know what I mean?”

When Foley says that he is being forced to end his life, the man protests and says that’s not the case.

“Oh, no, no, no,” the man is heard saying. “I’m saying if you feel that way…You know what I mean? Don’t get me wrong. I’m saying I don’t want you to be in here and wanting to take your life.”

In a statement to CTV News, Foley says he decided to release the recordings “to all Canadians as my situation got very bad recently where I almost died.”

He says he’s “not in a position to elaborate on that currently,” but he wants the public to know “the real truth before it is too late for my voice to be heard.”

“It is the real truth of what is going on in Canada regarding so many assisted deaths without appropriate safeguards, in combination with the lack of necessary care that is not being provided to persons who are suffering,” he says in the statement.

“I have not received the care that I need to relieve my suffering and have only been offered assisted dying.  I have many severe disabilities and I am fully dependent. With the remaining time I have left, I want to live with dignity and live as independently as possible.”

Lawyers for the hospital were sent the audio excerpts on July 19.  Foley and his lawyer have not received a response.

CTV News also asked the hospital for a statement. The hospital has not responded.

Foley’s lawyer, Ken Berger, says his client is in “a very tragic and troubling situation.”

“Here he is, needing society’s help and care and we turn our back on him and we’re in essence … asking him if he is interested in assisted dying rather than working with him to provide the services he needs,” Berger tells CTV News.

‘Sad and shocking’

Tim Stainton, a professor at University of British Columbia’s School of Social Work, says the two audio recordings “present a deeply concerning picture.”

“It would seem to indicate that the hospital has determined, not Mr. Foley, that MAID (medical assistance in dying) would be a reasonable option,” he tells CTV News.

Stainton says the recordings highlight issues that are “of great concern among many in the disability community with regards to MAID,” including the fear that assisted death will become “a cheaper option to providing quality community supports.”

Berger says Foley’s case is “just a microcosm of the broader issue” of how patients with disabilities and high needs are treated.

“What we are suggesting is that there are too many individuals being assisted to their death and if you are going to put in place assisted dying, you have to ensure that you assist people to live,” he says.

Another ethicist, Tom Koch, says he found the recordings sad and shocking.

“The larger concern is when the issue of the care of the fragile becomes simply a matter of financial expediency,” he says. “When we are given the option for a rapid death rather than a complex life then we are all at risk.”

“I have heard from other friends of mine elsewhere in palliative care that they are all facing this enormous pressure towards the rapid, cost-effective ending rather than the complex and perhaps more expensive but skilled home care that we all deserve.”

After Foley’s lawsuit was filed, Berger sent a letter to federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, demanding that she halt all medically assisted deaths until legislation is changed to ensure that all necessary services to help patients live are provided first.

At that time, a spokesperson for Wilson-Raybould said the federal government’s policy ensures safe and consistent access to medically assisted death for all Canadians, in accordance with all Charter rights.

Source: New World Order Report