Category: Chinada

He Admires Their Basic Dictatorship

Does Dear Leader have any values. Whether its stealing the Israel hating Green Party MP, ignoring corruption, or his admiration for China, its hard to tell what he believes in. Or maybe he’s just a spoiled little rich boy who is only concerned with his own image. He certainly doesn’t care about Chinese influence.

Former cabinet minister accuses senator of being “mouthpiece for foreign propaganda”

The Election In China’s North American Colony

Most of the bought and paid for media don’t seem interested about foreign interference in our elections. Probably because it benefits the Liberals.  Whether its the Democrats backing Justin or the Chinese getting directly involved.  Lorrie Goldstein on twitter reports that the national councillor who started the petition to get rid of O’Toole, has stated that the Conservative leader has been too hard on China and it upset Chinese Canadians.   And the National Post explains China’s influence in B.C.

That Would Never Happen…


China’s Corporate Social Credit System: How businesses can prepare

The system touches on virtually all aspects of a company’s business operations in China. It assesses the performance and demeanor of companies, by analyzing topic-specific ratings (e.g. tax, customs and environmental protection) and compliance records (e.g. on anti-monopoly cases, data transfers, pricing and licenses). The automated system collects data, processes and rates it against the defined requirements. Based on their rating, Chinese authorities will reward businesses with “good” and sanction those with “bad” behaviour.

China has already introduced the system. It is expected to be fully implemented by the end of 2020.

Of Course They Are

Chinese state-owned shipbuilder tapped to supply ferry for Crown corporation

A huge state-owned shipyard in China is building a 1,000-passenger ferry for use by a federal Crown corporation over the objections of Canada’s shipbuilding industry and at a time when two Canadians have spent 989 days in Chinese prisons as victims of what Ottawa has called “hostage diplomacy.”

Marine Atlantic Inc. awarded a $100-million, five-year ferry charter contract in late July to Sweden’s Stena North Sea Ltd., which subcontracted construction of the 200-metre vessel to China Merchants Industry’s Jingling shipyard for delivery in 2024.


Terry Glavin: The West is buckling under China’s brutal hegemony
In Canada the rot runs deep

Ottawa’s response to Canada’s latest humiliation has been characteristically tepid, relying mainly on the delicate complaints offered by lifelong China-trade enthusiast Dominic Barton, the ambassador Ottawa plucked two years ago from the helm of McKinsey & Co — a global consultancy noted for providing management-efficiency expertise to dictatorships all over the world and for its service to Purdue Pharma in boosting sales of Oxycontin to American drug addicts. Canada’s embassy in Beijing convened a kind of press conference consisting of a couple of dozen diplomats from a variety of liberal democracies who were invited to stand on a platform for a photo opportunity and mutter platitudes about how hostage-taking is bad manners.