Concerns are being raised in Britain that Communist China is buying up private schools. The purchasers include senior members of the Chinese Communist Party.
This leads to an obvious question, why would members of the Chinese Communist Party want to take over private schools in Britain?
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has warned that there is a “communist takeover” of large swaths of Britain’s private education sector, as an investigation has revealed that schools throughout the country have been bought out by firms connected to the Chinese government.
There are currently 17 private schools in the United Kingdom owned by Chinese firms, nine of which are owned by senior members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
The schools are reportedly presenting a “whitewashed” view of China to their students, and one school has admitted that the goal of infiltrating the education system is to propagate China’s One Belt, One Road global initiative, an investigation from the Mail on Sunday revealed.
Reform UK party leader Nigel Farage said that the British government “must wake up to the dangers and act quickly” warning that “the world is being taken over by stealth by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Under a neo-colonial project, President Xi Jinping hopes to achieve global economic domination via massive international investments.”
In Canada, the Communist regime has been buying up resource industries and recently attempted to buy a gold mine in Canada’s northern Arctic.
Again, people started asking why was a gold mine, that nobody was interested in buying, suddenly so important to the Chinese Communist Party?
According to a retired Canadian Major General the real prize was the gold mine’s port that would give China uncontrolled access to Canada’s Northwest Passage.
As TC explains:
“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?”
Fortunately, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said no to the deal citing security concerns. READ: Trudeau rejected the purchase of Canadian Arctic, a gold mine in the Northwest Territories