Category Archives: China Threat To Canada

China’s terrifying buy-out of Western businesses and land

“…there is now a proposal to construct a multibillion dollar ‘China City’ that would span approximately 600 acres in a remote area of New York state… (it) would be located on Yankee Lake in Sullivan County, New York…

“The plans anticipate large numbers of Chinese businesses, plenty of homes for Chinese immigrants, a Chinese high school, a college, a casino and even a theme park. And the first 600 acres is only for ‘phase one’ of the plan. Ultimately, the goal is for ‘China City’ to cover more than 2,000 acres.”

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Canada-China “military agreement” lacking in media coverage

“It is difficult to say which is more depressing. The fact that our supposedly free media is becoming either selective or negligent in its reporting, particularly with regards to Communist China, or the fact that our Conservative government is becoming more and more cozy with Beijing’s communist regime. Examining recent events, the latter should be less surprising.”

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Chinese-owned mine in Zambia closed for safety violations

In their story “Zambia government cancels license for Chinese-owned mine” posted yesterday, Bloomberg.com tells us that the license revocation results from a number of factors, including gross disregard for safety regulations, and an incident in which two Chinese “managers” (Peoples Liberation Army soldiers?) fired on protesting African miners, wounding eleven of them.

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Chinese hackers and spies constantly stealing information

“During almost two months of monitoring last year, the researchers say they were struck by the sheer scale of the hackers’ work as data bled from one victim after the next: from oilfield services leader Halliburton Cp. (HAL) to Washington law firm Wiley Rein LLP; from a Canadian magistrate involved in a sensitive China extradition case to Kolkata-based tobacco and technology conglomerate ITC Ltd. (ITC).”

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Who is Victor Oh – Harper’s latest Senate Appointment?

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian.

by Mihael Willman

As has become the custom of governments who wish to avoid immediate criticism, Stephen Harper announced the appointment of five new senators on Friday evening, January 25, 2013. Hoping that, with the rather short attention-span exhibited by most current politicians, by the time Monday rolled around some other issue will have overshadowed this event. And he appears to have been successful. Since his latest appointments were announced, there has been little or no comment from the other federal parties.

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P.M. Harper backs Chinese company’s defiance of hiring rules

“I have been instructed to let you know that HD Mining does not intend to provide to the Minister any of the HD Mining documents that Justice Campbell is asking the Minister to produce, unless and to the extent you are able to provide some legal basis to compel those documents from the company.” – Alex Stojicevic, representing HD Mining.

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McGuinty’s 2013 China Junket

“Originally scheduled for January 20th, McGuinty’s China trip appears to have been moved up because of the Liberal leadership convention. It would appear that he and his advisors probably decided that it would not look good for him to be seen traipsing around China, just two days before someone else would be chosen to take over the job he resigned from so suddenly. So instead, he is doing just that one to two weeks earlier.”

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian – JG.

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Chinese company files ‘human rights’ complaint against union

In their story “Chinese miner launches human rights complaint over B.C. foreign workers dispute” today, the Vancouver Sun tells us that a recently-arrived Chinese “temporary worker” hired by HD Mining International Limited has filed a human rights complaint against the United Steelworkers over the latter’s campaign to stop the importation of such temporaries to work for HD in its Tumbler Ridge coal-mining operation. 

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