Did 50-Years Of Liberal-China Relations Result In Federal Election Fraud?

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“Former Conservative leader Erin O’Toole told the Foreign Interference Commission inquiry he believes his party lost five to nine seats because of a foreign misinformation campaign aimed at Conservative candidates.”  

Responding to accusations, PM Justin Trudeau deflected culpability on the part of Canada’s Liberal government:

“Trudeau dismissed O’Toole’s suggestion that foreign interference cost the Conservatives seats as something coming from someone who lost an election…trying to look for reasons other than themselves.”

He would do such a thing. Part of the PM’s agenda comes down to the concept of “protectionism.” In this capacity, Canadian media function in a similar manner.

If they did not, they would return to the roots of China’s socio-political infiltration of Canadian society. Excerpts from “Canada and China: A Fifty-Year Journal,” published in 2023, shed much needed light on the darkness surrounding a half-century of relations between the two nations.

Bernie Frolic, Professor Emeritus at York University and one of Canada’s preeminent China watchers has visited the communist nation more than sixty times.

“Frolic says the relationship has gone through three distinct phases. The first was initiated by Pierre Trudeau, who had twice visited China before becoming prime minister. Trudeau saw recognition of China as both a way to lessen dependence on the United States.” 

We begin to pick up on the dichotomy that is Liberal/Conservative Party relations with the behemoth nation of the Far East.

Prof. Frolic says Former Conservative Party Prime Minister Stephen Harper “treated Beijing as an adversary, receiving the Dalai Lama and making him an honorary Canadian citizen — a clear provocation to a regime that uses foreign treatment of the Buddhist leader as a litmus test for economic and diplomatic relations.”

That this dynamic eventually filtered down to the present Foreign Election Interference Inquiry has not been articulated by media. Is it fair to say that the press has passed over a half-century of covert Liberal-China relations for the benefit of one particular party?

We turn to an archival article published by the New York Times on October 7th, 1973:

“Among Western nations, Canada was in the forefront of the trend toward diplomatic recognition of the Peking Government, and there has been a wide and growing range of trade and other contacts between this country and China for years, long before the United States began normalizing its own relations with the Chinese.”

“In 1960, as he was gaining his first prominence in Quebec as one of the intellectual lights of what came to be called the Quiet Revolution of French Canadians, the Chinese Government invited him to return as its guest.”

We arrive at what should have been understood as catalyst for what transpired over the following decades. Conveniently hidden away by mainstream media is the formation of the Canada-China Business Council in 1978.

Endorsed by Pierre Trudeau, funded by the billionaire Desmarais family of Quebec(Power Corporation), CCBC executives have for years consisted of a “who’s who” of power players in Canada’s finance and banking industries.

We begin to comprehend the nature of Justin Trudeau’s protectionism regarding one of the most poorly understood political dynamics in Canada. The chances that Trudeau will sell-out the Chinese in this capacity are zero. Too much is at stake, inclusive of exposure of foreign relations for the purpose of maintaining the Liberals as permanent controllers of the destiny of our country.

If Mr. O’Toole is accurate in his account, and China cost the Conservatives between “five and nine seats,” it is arguable that China bought the 2021 federal election victory for the Liberals– the Conservatives having won the popular vote in the election.

It will be a balmy winter afternoon in Nunavut when CBC and corporate media offer up this suggestion. We stumble upon a concept hidden from the purview of society: a Liberal-Media-China symbiosis which prevents understanding of covert penetration of Canada’s political environment.

‘Terry Glavin: Trudeau Said Nothing, Did Nothing About MP’s Recruitment Of Chinese Students’

“What might come as the biggest shock to most Canadians is just how easy it was for Chinese high school students to be bused in to vote for Beijing’s favoured candidate in a Liberal party nomination race in the Ontario riding of Don Valley North.”

‘No Intelligence Briefing Happened On Chinese Funding Of Candidates: Trudeau’

“Let me be clear, I do not have any information, nor have I been briefed on any federal candidates receiving any money from China,” Trudeau said.

Is this the real deal? Or could it be that the PM is sitting atop a mountain of covert information which, if exposed, could blow the top off fifty-years of clandestine relations culminating in the theft of the 2021 federal election?

A report from Vancouver-based  journalist Sam Cooper, author of “Wilful Blindness: How a Network of Narcos, Tycoons and CCP Agents Infiltrated the West” speaks to our theory:

“In 2017, CSIS distributed reports saying China was the most active and far-reaching perpetrator of influence operations and PRC diplomatic staff are identified as active and persistent perpetrators of foreign interference in Canada.”  

“A June 2019 [CSIS] document quotes from many intelligence memos circulated within Trudeau’s government since 2015, including warnings specifically for Trudeau.”

Has our PM intentionally turned a blind eye to the entire affair? Has he done so for the purpose of increasing his chances of being “elected” prime minister of Canada?

Have leading mainstream media publishers, editors and journalists forfeited reporting on the possibility? Why would they not, when the Liberal government is currently paying 35% of media salaries in Canada.

This week, Canada’s Foreign Interference Commission heard an alarming statement from Conservative MP Michael Chong: 

“We could have a situation where a Prime Minister resigns, and a Prime Minister is appointed and elected through a leadership process impacted by non-citizens and foreign state actors,” Chong testified.

Is the death of democracy now standing at the doorway of Justin Trudeau’s post-modern Canadian society?

3 thoughts on “Did 50-Years Of Liberal-China Relations Result In Federal Election Fraud?”

  1. [There] will be [sugarcane fields growing] in Nunavut when CBC and corporate media offer up this suggestion. We stumble upon a concept hidden from the purview of society: a Liberal-Media-China symbiosis which prevents understanding of covert penetration of Canada’s political environment.

    “What might come as the biggest shock to most Canadians is just how easy it was for [200,000] Chinese high school students to be bused in to vote for Beijing’s favoured candidate in a Liberal party nomination race in the Ontario riding of Don Valley North.”

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