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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

Getting On The Trains

h/t: WRSA

Hong Kong protesters being transported to the mainland for special processing, via http://www.captainsjournal.com/2019/11/18/hong-kong-protesters-marched-to-the-waiting-trains/ and one of his commenters.

The North Americans who want to murder you and your family for your beliefs are allied with the filthy ChiCom bastards.

Those North Americans are winning.

Do you understand yet?

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Comments On Captain’s Journal:

  1. On November 18, 2019 at 2:29 pm, Hinson said:

    http://www.reddit.com/r/HongKong/

    Granted, it’s Reddit. This is a good resource for photos and videos. Look at it let it burn in real well. Network, train, and get or stay strong and fast.

  2. On November 18, 2019 at 6:15 pm, Fred said:

    Don’t get on the train. You are better off dying while fighting with your teeth and fingernails. No matter what, don’t get on the train.

  3. On November 18, 2019 at 7:19 pm, Longbow said:

    Commies gonna commie.

  4. On November 18, 2019 at 7:32 pm, Matt said:

    The Chicoms can’t risk another Tiananmen Square. So they delocate them.

    I agree with Fred, better to die taking out as many guards as you can then and there than wherever they’re going to send you.

  5. On November 18, 2019 at 11:59 pm, George said:

    I’m with you Fred. Was it Crazy Horse who said: “Today is a good day to die”.

  6. On November 19, 2019 at 12:06 am, BRVTVS said:

    I found a youtube copy: https://youtu.be/F0Qv0OGsoac

  7. On November 19, 2019 at 12:11 am, Herschel Smith said:

    @BRVTVS,

    Thanks. I’m frankly shocked that Google/YouTube/Communists haven’t censored it.

  8. On November 19, 2019 at 10:39 am, Lance – Colvard said:

    Crazy Horse had it wrong, rather he should have said, “It is a good day to kill our enemies.”

  9. On November 19, 2019 at 12:22 pm, Captain Witold Pilecki said:

    Marched onto a train ends one of two ways. 1). Death in the camp or 2). liberation from the camp, on the brink of death.

    These people are all going to experience #1. On their knees, hands bound behind their back, and a bullet to the back of the head. As is customary in communist China, the bill for the bullet goes to the remaining family members.

  10. On November 19, 2019 at 1:22 pm, George True said:

    Don’t get on the train. Riiight.. A bit hard to not get on the train when you are blindfolded, with your hands tied behind your back, and guards with AK-47’s are poking and prodding you along. These people were as good as dead the moment they were rounded up.

    A better admonition would be don’t allow them to apprehend you in the first place. These people should have fled the country, gone underground, or gone down fighting. Those are really the only options. Once they have you in custody, you WILL be getting into the boxcar.

    Before they even began this protest movement in Hong Kong, they should have armed themselves to the teeth. By hook or by crook, one way or another, they needed to acquire firearms and ammo. Whether they somehow smuggled them in, or bought them from the Triads, this needed to.be the first step. They knew who they were provoking – the most oppressive and murderous Communist regime ever.

    Can you imagine if each and every ringleader of this protest movement, instead of allowing themselves to be rounded up like sheep, had become a Dorner? They might have all eventually been killed, but they would have had a huge impact. Exponentially more huge than allowing themselves to be captured and herded like sheep.

  11. On November 19, 2019 at 4:03 pm, Fred said:

    My 19 year old son has been following this from the start. I told him early on that the protestors had no chance. I mean really what were they going to do? Stick a flower down the barrel of the chi com soldiers gun. Maybe DOX some high profile Chinese government official. Maybe chant no justice no peace, Hong Kong lives matter!

    I told him eventually they were going to send the soldiers in and that would be the end of that. Then he located some pictures of military vehicles on the web. They were disguised with add on components to make them look like civilian aid type vehicles but they weren’t.

    Tienimen Square guy that stood in front of the tank and would not let it pass you better believe that when they got their hands on him in a private setting well they really did him in. They probably took a tank battalion and drove over him and made his family watch just to make a point. Most of the world has already forgotten about that protest or they have never even learned of it to begin with.

    All them people getting on the train will be slave labor making Nike shoes complete with a certificate of authenticity signed by Colin kapernick until they can’t work anymore. Then they will just be shot.
    You give up your guns you get what you deserve.

  12. On November 20, 2019 at 11:53 am, ExpatNJ said:

    ‘George True’, and Fred (and all) –

    MANY had NOT forgotten about Tiananmen Square and its massacre, and had the strength to NOT to get on that train. Their determination gives me hope:

    “Hong Kong students stage desperate escape attempt, flee through sewers to avoid ‘Tiananmen 2.0’; hundreds of protesters, facing arrest or potential massacre by police, escape underground amid fears …” – 11/19/2019

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7698183/Students-stage-daring-escape-Hong-Kong-university-amid-fears-police-crackdown.html