Canada, United States, United Kingdom, & European Union Criticize Communist China For Detention Of Canadian Citizens

More and more people seem to be waking up to the threat posed by Communist China.

The kidnapping of Canadian citizens by the Communist Chinese State has drawn a rebuke from the Western World.

Canada, the US, the UK, and the EU all issued statements criticizing China’s vile actions. Here’s what is being said:

Canada:

“We are deeply concerned by the arbitrary detention by Chinese authorities of two Canadians earlier this month and call for their immediate release. I wish to express Canada’s appreciation to those who have spoken recently in support of the rule of law as fundamental to free societies. We share with our partners the conviction that the rule of law is not a choice: it is the bedrock of democracy. Canada will not compromise nor politicize the rule of law and due process.”

United States:

“We also express our deep concern for the Chinese Government’s detention of two Canadians earlier this month and call for their immediate release.”

United Kingdom:

“The U.K. has confidence Canada is conducting a fair and transparent legal proceeding with respect to [Meng], respecting the international legal commitments in its extradition treaty with the United States. The U.K. and Canada share a commitment to the rule of law, which is fundamental to all free societies. I am deeply concerned by suggestions of a political motivation for the detention of two Canadian citizens by the Chinese government. I call for them to be treated in a fair, unbiased and transparent manner.”

European Union:

“The declared motive for the arrest and detention of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, both Canadian nationals, raises concerns about legitimate research and business practices in China. The denial of access to a lawyer under their status of detention is contrary to the right of defence. The EU has concerns about the implementation of the NGO law and its impact on our people-to-people relations and the operations of international NGOs operating in China.”

While the Trudeau government has said that the arrest of Alberta teacher Sarah McIver is not related to the detention of Kovrig and Spavor, it’s hard to believe that it’s just a coincidence.

In terms of China, the Trudeau government has been among the weakest – if not the weakest – in terms of Western governments actually seeing what Communist China really is – a brutal authoritarian state that is an enemy of the Western world and cannot be trusted.

But with the kidnapping of innocent Canadian Citizens, even the most ignorant and disloyal politicians are having a tough time pretending that China isn’t a serious threat.

Spencer Fernando

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Dave Bainard
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Jr as no gonads or spine.

David Henley
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David Henley

AUSTRALIA HAD WARNED CANADA SEVERAL YEARS AGO ABOUT DOING BUSINESS WITH CHINA. Trudeau’s favourite country, likes how it is run. Only reason he acted was because the US wanted this person. He will continue to bring in china. No one is allowed to own a business in China.It is all owned by the government, even in Canada. Trudeau is selling out Canada

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NancyW

We must start at basics again, This is without doubt one of the best articles I have ever read it is American but applies to Canada very much, Spencer could have written this, please read this especially the quote from Plato:

https://canadafreepress.com/article/with-liberty-and-justice-for-some

Brian Dougan
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Speaking off the cuff. Let’s exchange the prisoners for Trudope.

Moe. S.
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Moe. S.

Pierre Elliot Trudeau was a diplomat supreme, a statesman. He was Prime Minister during a time when Canada was a pioneer for excellence at brokering deals between countries. Trudeau junior has no diplomacy skills nor is he a statesman. He hasn’t the judgment to handle China. He is dangerously playing out of his league and hiding behind what he calls ‘international’ rules of diplomacy. Huh? How’s that for maturity? Luckily for Pierre, he does not have to witness such stupidity from his son.

Clive Edwards
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Clive Edwards

“Rule of law”? Don’t make me laugh. The Americans and the Brits in particular make up “rule of law” on the fly in support of their own political and economic interests. If the Chinese can be knocked out of the new 5G “internet of things” the American firms including the CIA and various police services will have an advantage, if not a monopoly. This is not about “trading with Iran”. If Turdo had called Trump on the bogus charges against the “Chinese Executive” and refused to arrest her, Canada wouldn’t be whining now and trying to make another “Russia-gate” out… Read more »

Carlene
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Carlene

Why should China does care what Canada wants, or says.

China is a communist state and proud of it.

Not sure what Canada has become under Trudeau, but has its leader he has demonstrated, many times he does not have much pride for his country, and wants to evolve it into the 1st post-national state.

Canada now talking about being a democracy and its rule of law, requesting China to respect it is futile, and sounds like double speak.

Has Trudeau forgotten that he said he “admired” China? I am sure they haven’t.

bob
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bob

You should bring up the Canadian companies that where sold to China, trudeau okayed the deals going against the RCMP who advised not to ?????