Repost from June 2012 : “Playing with the Dragon II – The architects behind Canada’s China Policy.”

At this juncture in Canadian history, as our federal government signs what was passed off as a run of the mill trade deal with China that is cloaked in so much secrecy, it brings to mind questions as to the motivation for such a move. It seems that while many have just begun to realise the depth of …

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Meanwhile, over in Alberta….

It was just over a year ago I first wrote about Chinese companies who allegedly couldn't find one single skilled worker in Canada to staff their mines up north... https://lailayuile.com/2011/10/04/if-you-build-them-mines-they-will-come-workers-from-china/ Of course, this week the outrage begins anew with news that even more mines will be bringing even more foreign workers, and while the companies …

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CBC senior intelligence sources say: ” … the prime minister was personally aware of the issue of foreign agents trying to win influence over politicans and bureaucrats — even if he didn’t know the details. “

He said it, he got slammed and then he backed away from the issue of foreign governments holding influence over provincial and municipal politicians - but was Fadden incorrect, or jumping the gun? Campbell thought so, and came out swinging  - see the post below -  although some have said: " He doth protest too much!"  …

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