TMR Editor’s Note: There’s only one reason why the Canadian government arrested the Chinese CFO in Vancouver. The ringleader of this extraordinary international incident is Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland. She is a hardcore neocon who was once labeled “Kiev’s Minister of Foreign Affairs in Ottawa“.
The following excerpt form a previous TMR analysis called out Freeland for being the incorrigible warmonger that she is. What better way to trigger a war with China that to carry out such a contemptible scheme against the CFO and Vice Chair of telecom behemoth Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
If there is one very unsettling political development in Canada in 2017 which ought to give the Canadian people reason to be extremely alarmed, it is the recent firing of Stephane Dion and appointment of dyed-in-the-wool Neocon warmonger Chrystia Freeland as Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs. Truly, it does not get any more serious than this calamitous and outright infiltration of Trudeau’s inner circle by the Neocon globalists. See: Globalists/Neocons Prepare to Battle Russia and United States (by Using Canada)
There is no question that Neocon Freeland has been appointed to stoke the embers of war against Russia. Her entire resume reeks of Russophobia and Ukrainian Neo-Nazism. Freeland’s cozying up to the Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko clearly reflects her hardline sentiments toward Russia. This is how Great Britain always enlists the aid of members of The Commonwealth to fight their Great Game against Russia. Did the Brits ever fight or win a war without a whole LOT of mercenaries on their side?
(Source: Canadians Are Oblivious To The Neocon Takeover Of Their Government)
The Millennium Report
December 8, 2018
N.B. The article posted below explains just how serious an offense was just committed by Canada against China. It is tantamount to the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand that triggered World War I. Yes, it’s that grave a matter that shows no sign of a speedy resolution. The U.S. used Canada to do its dirty work and lapdog Trudeau was happy to accommodate his masters in Washington.
Beijing Threatens “Severe” Retaliation Against Canada If Huawei CFO Is Not Released
Canada’s extraordinary arrest one week ago of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei founder and billionaire executive Ren Zhengfei, and its decision to charge her with “multiple” counts of fraud – a preamble to her likely extradition to the US to face charges of knowingly violating US and EU sanctions on Iran – has elicited widespread anger in Beijing, which declared Meng’s detention a “violation of human rights” during a bail hearing for the jailed executive on Friday.
That anger has apparently only intensified after the hearing adjourned without a decision (it will resume on Monday, allowing Meng’s defense team to argue for why she should be released on bail, contrary to the wishes of government attorneys who are prosecuting the case).
And with Canada insisting that it will prosecute Meng to the full extent of the law over allegations that she mislead banks about the true relationship of a Huawei subsidiary called Skycom, angry Chinese officials have decided to issue an ultimatum directly to the Canadian ambassador, who was summoned to a meeting in Beijing on Saturday and told in no uncertain terms that Canada will face “severe consequences” if Meng isn’t released, according to the Wall Street Journal.
China’s foreign ministry publicized the warning in a statement (though Canadian officials have yet to comment):
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng summoned Canada’s ambassador to Beijing, John McCallum, on Saturday to deliver the warning, according to a statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry.
The statement doesn’t mention the name of Huawei’s chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, though it refers to a Huawei “principal” taken into custody at U.S. request while changing planes in Vancouver, as was Ms. Meng. The statement accuses Canada of “severely violating the legal, legitimate rights of a Chinese citizen” and demands the person’s release.
“Otherwise there will be severe consequences, and Canada must bear the full responsibility,” said the statement, which was posted online late Saturday.
Phone calls to the Canadian Embassy rang unanswered while the Canadian government’s global affairs media office didn’t immediately respond to an email request for comment.
The warning marks an escalation in Beijing’s rhetoric as investors worry that the arrest could cause the shaky trade detente between the US and China to devolve into acrimony. A federal judge issued a warrant for Meng’s arrest back in August. Though after she was made aware of the warrant, Meng avoided travel to the US. She was arrested in Vancouver last Saturday while traveling to Mexico.
Aside from breaking off trade talks, some are worried that Beijing could seek to retaliate in kind by arresting a notable US executive. While the threats of Chinese bureaucrats might not amount to much in the eyes of US prosecutors, threatening a US executive with long-term detention in a Chinese “reeducation camp” just might.