There is no such thing as a ‘private company’ in China. The Communist Party controls it all.
With fears about Huawei’s potential for espionage and infiltration of 5G networks in free countries, and the arrest of Huawei’s CFO, there are growing calls for Canada to follow in the footsteps of our key allies, including the United States and Australia and ban Huawei.
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper has added his name to those calling for a ban:
Said Harper, “These are organizations, ultimately tightly tied to the Chinese security apparatus, and we think there are some real, serious issues there. The United States is encouraging Western allies to essentially push Huawei out of the emerging 5G network, and my personal view is that is something Western countries should be doing in terms of our own long-term security issues.”
You can watch Harper’s remarks on the issue below:
Harper is right. Huawei should be banned from participation in Canada’s 5G networks, or any involvement in Canada’s infrastructure.
In fact, Huawei should be banned from Canada outright.
It must be realized that there is no such thing as a private company in China. Every company is beholden to, and effectively run by the Communist Party.
The Communist Party of China is an avowed opponent of individual freedom and liberty, and we cannot allow companies controlled by the Communist State to operate in Canada.
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