December 19, 2016

What message does Canada send by allowing Chinese warships into our ports?

Rebel Staff

You probably heard late last week about China seizing an underwater drone from the US but did you know that while our closest ally was having a piece of their research equipment stolen by the Chinese Navy, we were opening our ports to their naval vessels?

Watch as I explain what Canada did and what Justin Trudeau should have done instead.

We know that it’s not likely Trudeau would side with the US over his favourite basic dictatorship, especially with Trump set to become President.

Perhaps my suggestion of sending those three Chinese warships packing after the seizure of a US drone could have sparked a diplomatic incident but consider who our allies are in the region?

Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines - four nations that have been put on edge due to Chinese provocations, and we should be showing solidarity not only with the US, but also with those four democratic nations that are under constant pressure from China’s ambitions.

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commented 2016-12-19 19:57:07 -0500
Justin is a Communist and he also likes Noodles.

Or they could just be delivering Muslims. That is one thing the Chinese have going for them, they hate Muslims.
commented 2016-12-19 19:52:56 -0500
What the..????
Can we frog march Justin out of the country yet?