China’s ambassador to Canada recently extended a warm invitation for Canadians to visit the communist regime stating it’s very safe because the majority of them won’t be kidnapped by China’s state police.
Blacklock’s Reporter explains:
China’s ambassador in Ottawa says more Canadians should visit the People’s Republic, promising the “vast majority” shouldn’t worry about being kidnapped by police. “China is not a police state,” said Ambassador Cong Peiwu: “It’s nothing like that. If you walk on the Chinese streets, it’s quite safe.”
Tell that to two Canadians who are on trial in China for spying in what the Chinese Communist Party admits was in response to Canada arresting a Huawei executive at the request of the US government. READ: Newspaper: China to soon try 2 Canadians on spying charges AND China says it ‘misspoke’ over trial of two Canadians in case linked to Huawei executive
Perhaps, the Communist regime is simply looking for more volunteers for its prisoner exchange program. Meals and housing will be provided free-of-charge.
I should mention, any Canadians visiting China will also be required to take the communist regime’s covid vaccine. READ: China to only allow foreign visitors who have had Chinese-made vaccine
Which even the Chinese don’t trust. READ: Hong Kong Punishes Clinic for Advising Against Chinese-Made Coronavirus Vaccine AND: China Struggling to Convince Citizens to Take Chinese-Made Flu Shots AND: Coronavirus: vaccine scandals haunt China’s winter flu shot drive