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ALERT: Chinese Military at Our Doorstep

The Chinese military were posted right on America’s doorstep and nobody knew anything about it. Military observers from China’s People’s Liberation Army were allowed on Canadian soil to watch their “winter training exercises” in February 2018 but the public in both countries is only learning about it now. That’s not a good thing considering how many miles of border we share with Canada.

Chinese military infiltrated Canada

It’s no surprise that Canada’s rainbow sock wearing Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, would allow the Chinese military to watch over the shoulders of what Canada laughingly calls a military.

For the most part, they rely on America for their Defense. It especially wasn’t nice that they made it so much easier for China to spy on us.

Whatever Canada uses for military leadership apparently hasn’t a single clue about operational security.

Apparently Canadian officials don’t understand that it’s war secrets are supposed to be kept secret from potential enemies. The Canadian Department of National Defence confirmed it allowed Chinese forces “onto Canadian soil to observe its winter training exercises in February 2018.”

Even though the Chinese were watching and taking notes, the DND is convinced they didn’t do any real harm because the People’s Liberation Army only observed.

“We do not train with the PLA,” they insist, as if that makes it all right. They were simply complying with a deal they made in 2013 allowing “reciprocal granting of observer-status for non-sensitive activities.” The winter survival exercises weren’t a big deal they claim.

Crazy Canucks break security

Canadian citizens aren’t as naive as their leaders. When the Toronto Sun broke the story, they posted a readers poll. When asked “Should troops from communist China have been invited to observe military operations in Canada?” More than 97 percent voted “no.”

It’s not good to have the Chinese army sniffing around the Canadian countryside. We share “more than 5,500 miles of border” with the crazy Canucks.

The serious incident of military madness “potentially endangers Americans’ national security.” Canadians learned since that fateful February that the Chinese can’t be trusted as far as you can throw a fit.

A few months later, China got mad when Canada arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou as a favor to U.S. authorities. She was the chief financial officer of telecom giant Huawei when arrested. She’s also the daughter of the company’s founder billionaire Ren Zhengfei.

To get even, China arrested Canadian citizens Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig on espionage charges. Things were frosty through 2019, then the Kung Flu came along. “Canada and the CCP did not hold reciprocal observer-status activities in 2019 or 2020.”

Since the high profile arrests, more proof has emerged which reveal “a disturbing link between Huawei and the Chinese military.” President Donald Trump has been jumping up and down over that one for a long while.

“Several Huawei Technologies Co. employees have collaborated on research projects with Chinese armed forces personnel, indicating closer ties to the country’s military than previously acknowledged.”

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