Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just appointed Yuen Pau Woo to the Canadian senate. In a recent Tweet, Woo told Canadians that we must accept the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) jurisprudence that allows state police to kidnap Canadians on trumped of charges of spying in response to Canada’s arrest of a Huawei executive (daughter of the founder) at the request of the US government.
A Chinese official even admitted that the CCP’s arrest of the two Canadians was directly linked to Canada’s arrest of the Huawei executive. The spy charges were apparently just a formality. Of course, the CCP has since denied this was the case. READ: China says it ‘misspoke’ over trial of two Canadians in case linked to Huawei executive AND Newspaper: China to soon try 2 Canadians on spying charges
The Trudeau government also recently threatened to withdraw funding for a prestigious security organization, if it continued with its plan to present a public service leadership award to Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen. READ: Trudeau government threatens Halifax Security Forum over proposed Taiwan award
Perhaps it’s appropriate to review the interview where Prime Minister Trudeau stated that the Chinese Communist Party was the government he most admired in the world: