It is embarrassing to be Canadian these days. Not only did the Canadian military train China’s Peoples Liberation Army 17 times in the art of cold weather fighting, but at last year’s Military World Games held in China, Canadian soldiers were ordered to salute Xi Jinping, China’s ruling tyrant.
None of the other democratic countries, such as France and the US, saluted the despot, only Canada and North Korea.
Rebel News explains:
Resurfaced Chinese state propaganda videos from last year’s Military World Games in Wuhan, China proudly show the Canadian Armed Forces doing something that will make you sick — brace yourselves.
The Canadian contingent at the games, representing Canada and its military, were ordered by superiors to salute the Communist dictator of China, Xi Jinping, as they marched past him. This broke with Canada’s traditional allies, including the United States, France and other NATO nations.
Canada’s allies refused to salute the dais where Xi sat observing the pageantry of the official opening of the 7th CISM Military World Games. The United States, Germany, South Korea, Finland, France, Greece and countless others snubbed the dictator. It wasn’t even a snub really — hostile nations are not expected to salute each other, the Government of Canada just volunteered to. Australia didn’t just not salute the president, they didn’t march in the parade altogether. Even Iran didn’t salute Xi.
In a blatant contrast, the US military was so enamoured by the despot, as they walked by Jinping one of their soldiers was chewing gum and blowing bubbles.
For more on this disturbing story READ: LEAKED: Canadian military ordered to salute Chinese president, alongside North Korea
But it is not all bad news for Canada on the China front. Trudeau rejected the purchase of Canadian Arctic, a gold mine in the Northwest Territories by China’s Shandong Gold Mining Co citing “national security” concerns. According to reports, the real prize may have been an arctic seaport attached to the mine.
Trudeau may have been forced to reject the purchase, when a former Major-General in Canada’s military went public about his concerns on allowing the Communist regime a toe hold on Canada’s Northwest passage.
“This thing has a port attached to it. [China has] written a paper saying they want to be a near-Arctic power. Well, this gives them actual Arctic access,” Fraser told the Globe and Mail.
“If you look at what they have done on the South China Sea to extend their area of influence – what’s to stop them, once they get squatter’s rights and get into this port, of doing the same thing up there?”