“A 67 (sic) anniversary China National Day flag-raising ceremony was held in Vancouver City Hall at 11am on September 30, 2016. Kerry Jang, a Vancouver City Councillor and acting Mayor, hosted this gathering… The red scarf he wore during that ceremony has a strong political implication, meaning the struggle for communism.”
The above quote is a copy-and-paste of an email message received today from Immigration Watch Canada. The issue is not yet shown on their website.
According to the Vancouver Sun (1), the event was organised by the Canadian Alliance of Chinese Associations (CACA), which according to Vancouver 24hrs, helped to organise a “Praising Mao” event in Vancouver in December of 2013 (2).
Burnaby resident William Lau and the Alliance of the Guard of Canadian Values criticised that event, saying that “These Chinese people openly celebrate the 120th birthday of a world-recognized dictator and tyrant… This treads on Canadian values. Why should Canada welcome these kind of immigrants?”
Kerry Jang is quoted by the Vancouver Sun as criticising opposition to the flag-raising, saying that “It’s rooted in ignorance and racism… To them it doesn’t matter if it’s a Communist government in China, they’re just anti-Chinese.”
Really, Kerry, you should be able to come up with something better than that!
Although Hua Qian of the CACA said that the Chinese government was not involved, the event’s website is quoted by Vancouver 24hrs to the effect that another organizer, businessman David Teng, who is originally from China, has Communist Party connections: “Teng is listed as a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, an organization claimed to be made up of non-communist party members, but actually under direction by the party, according to Xinhua, a news service run by the Chinese government… He is also the chairman of the Canada China Chamber of Industry and Commerce Association.”
And, the Canada Hunanese Chamber of Commerce website is quoted by Vancouver 24hrs as saying that the CACA’s honourary chairman, Mao Qixing, is a current Communist Party official and resident in Hunan Province, China.
William Lau (referenced above) is quoted as saying that it could be that some Chinese business professionals attend such events in order to curry favour with China, which I find rather contradictory if many Chinese immigrants such as Mr. Lau come here to escape from Communism. Yet many of them seem to have no scruples in maintaining ties with China, supporting my contention that in general terms, the Chinese do not immigrate, they colonise.
Both the Harper and Trudeau governments have a record of eagerness to forge economic ties with China, seemingly oblivious to the cultural and political threats involved, and despite the devastating 1997 Sidewinder Report, which went into considerable detail regarding the threats posed by China to our national security.
According to the Globe & Mail report by Andrew Mitrovica and Jeff Sallot published on April 29th, 2000 (3), “The Sidewinder report describes an alliance among the Beijing government and its espionage services, Hong Kong tycoons and Chinese criminal gangs known as triads. The ultimate objectives included: Winning influence with Canadian politicians; Stealing high-tech secrets; Laundering money; Gaining control of Canadian companies in real estate, media and other sectors.”
The first objective has resulted in Victor Oh, (Hu Zixiu), being appointed to the Canadian Senate early in 2013. Guest columnist Mihael Willman had great difficulty establishing Mr. Oh’s background; see “Who is Victor Oh – Harper’s latest Senate Appointment?” (4).
We were warned about the threats posed by Red Chinese “peaceful aggression” decades ago, and yet our leaders are actively encouraging further immigration from China (5).
And let’s not forget the role of organised Jewry in our insane immigration policies, as they endeavour to reduce White power by making us minorities in our own countries; Jewish organizations were influential in setting up the Canadian Nazi Party in the 1960’s in order to provide an excuse for the “human rights commissions” and “hate laws” used to stifle dissent, see Ezra Levant’s article “Canadian Jewish Congress Organized Nazis Party” (6).
In his reply in the Ottawa Citizen to a letter written by Bernie Farber and signed by Rabbi Reuven Bulka of the Canadian Jewish Congress, Levant says: “Garrity puffed up a group of Nazi nobodies into a national menace, first through organizational support and then through spectacular media publicity. And, sure enough, Parliament enacted section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, which censors offensive speech”.
(1) – See “City of Vancouver under fire for raising China’s flag at city hall” here.
(2) – See “Vancouver Chinese business elite honouring Mao outrages locals” here.
(3) – See “China set up crime web in Canada, report says” here.
(4) See “Who is Victor Oh – Harper’s latest Senate Appointment?” here.
(5) – See my post “Immigration boss wants to spread Chinese newcomers evenly” here.
(6) – See “Canadian Jewish Congress Organized Nazis Party” here.
You can sign the Alliance of the Guard of Canadian Values’ petition here.
Visit the Immigration Watch Canada website here.