Spychief – Canadian Politics Compromised by Foreign Power – China Prime Suspect

For those naive souls who think New Zealand’s Free Trade Agreement with the People’s Republic of China, is somehow a good thing, I suggest you read the following report.

Beijing aggressively buys and compromises politicians in any country in which it gains the smallest toehold.

If the Butchers of Beijing can compromise Canadian provincial governments, how long until they can buy or dictate New Zealand government policy?

Do we want these socialist/fascists compromising New Zealand’s national sovereignty?

Cross posted from KeyWiki Blog

Richard Fadden

Ottawa’s spymaster, Richard Fadden, director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, risked his career by declaring in an interview with state-run television that cabinet ministers in two provinces and municipal politicians in British Columbia are “under the control of foreign governments.” Fadden did not specify the two provincial governments. However, B.C. and Alberta, Canada’s two westernmost provinces, have aggressively pursued trade relations with the People’s Republic of China. In his comments to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Fadden stated:

These politicians haven’t hidden their ties to foreign governments, and recently they’ve been shifting their policy decisions to reflect those relationships. I have discussed this with Canada’s Privy Council, how best to tell those provincial governments, that they may have been comprised. There is no evidence that any federal politicians have been infiltrated.

A number of countries take the view that if they can develop influence with people relatively early in their careers they’ll follow them through. Before you know it, a country’s providing them with money, some sort of covert guidance.

Fadden declined to name the elected officials or hostile countries involved, but when probed further whether the People’s Republic of China was complicit, the CSIS director acknowledged that recent media reports on the PRC’s economic espionage in Canada were not “entirely incorrect.” The CBC report added that “at least five countries, including China and Middle Eastern countries, are recruiting political prospects in universities.”

Hat Tip Once Upon a Time in West

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6 thoughts on “Spychief – Canadian Politics Compromised by Foreign Power – China Prime Suspect

  1. And one must of course realise that with the current system of career politicians, this becomes increasingly simple to achieve. A little help in gaining leadership positions in university political organisations virtually guarantees a long term relationship with individuals that are "destined" to become political players, typically in left wing parties.
    Bez

  2. Excuse me, Monsieur New Zealander. Perhaps you fell down and banged your head, or perhaps you had too much sun to realize that the Canadian Conservative Party shines the boots of its Israeli Masters. Talk about right-wing cronyism and Zionist dollars. Shameful!!!!

  3. Sandra P:

    The Harper government supports Israel at considerable political risk. It would be easier for them to follow previous governments in joining the anti-Israel vote at the U.N.

    I am tempted to conclude that their support for Israel is based on their convictions; possibly they also believe that the demonization of Israel is a precursor to attacks on the west.

    Of course if they are being controlled by "Israeli Masters" and "Zionist dollars" that is different. Please elaborate on exactly who these people are and how they exert control. Who gets the money, where does it come from? Some measure of proof is necessary because we have learned from past experience that mere claims intended to demonize, lead to VERY BAD THINGS. The business in Rwanda is one example. WWII is another.

  4. So, Sandra. I'd like to understand your point. Are you saying that this is true, and because "the Canadian Conservative Party shines the boots of its Israeli Masters" that it's OK? Precisely what is your argument?

    It sounds to me like you're OK with the idea of the Chinese buying politicians.

  5. Ha! Sandra Petrich's blog aptly advises us that she engages in "creative non-fiction". She doesn't disappoint, and quotes from the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Her "hero" is Khalad Mouammar and the Canadian Arab Federation (Google it), and she appears to be a devotee of Cuba, yadda yadda yadda…

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