Monthly Archives: September 2021

Red Chinese Meddling Cost Straight Shooting Anti-Communist Tory MP His Seat

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Red Chinese Meddling Cost Straight Shooting Anti-Communist Tory MP His Seat

Defeated Conservative MP fears attacks by pro-Beijing forces swung votes against him

There was evidence that China’s focus turned during the election to the Conservatives, whose platform outlined a multi-pronged approach to confronting Beijing Author of the article: Tom Blackwell Publishing date: Sep 22, 2021  

Due to a private members bill critical of China that Conservative Kenny Chiu introduced last April, he was hounded by supporters of the Chinese Communist Party during the federal election.
Due to a private members bill critical of China that Conservative Kenny Chiu introduced last April, he was hounded by supporters of the Chinese Communist Party during the federal election. Photo by Jason Payne/Postmedia/File

When Kenny Chiu introduced a private member’s bill that would set up a registry for agents of foreign governments, he may well have painted a target on his back.

The bill was inspired largely by China’s suspected interference in Canada and the B.C. Conservative says he was attacked over it in Chinese-language media throughout the election.

Some of the bashing bled into mainstream social media, with one poster on Twitter this week saying “I’ve never seen a more self-hating Chinese person in my life.”

Much of the criticism, Chiu says, misrepresented what that legislation really stated, but it had its effect.

Constituents in his Steveston-Richmond East riding who had previously voted for Chiu suddenly gave him the cold shoulder.

“When I go door knocking … there have been supporters of mine who just shut the door in my face,” said the politician. “There is so much hatred that I sense.”

And then on Monday, Chiu lost to Liberal Parm Bains by almost 3,000 votes, just two years after he was first elected, even as the Liberals more or less duplicated their 2019 performance.

His defeat — and that of other Conservative MPs in ridings dominated by Chinese Canadians, – has raised the question of whether proxies for the People’s Republic government managed to influence the election – just as security agencies and other watchdogs have warned could happen.

Chiu stresses that his issue is with China’s regime, but said online critics implied that meant he was opposed to the country itself and even the race, despite his own Chinese heritage.

He said Chinese-Canadians — even if they ended up disliking him – are victims themselves of such disinformation.

Charles Burton, a former diplomat in Beijing who’s fluent in Mandarin, said he tried to help Chiu by seeking out and warning him about disinformation on WeChat, the popular Chinese social media site, and elsewhere online.

But there seemed little they could do about it.

“It spread like a cancer over his campaign,” said Burton, a fellow with the Macdonald Laurier Institute and prominent critic of Beijing. “He just saw his campaign disintegrating over the last couple of weeks.”

Burton said Canadian authorities should investigate the online campaigns to determine if the Chinese government itself was behind the attacks.

He is not the first to raise the issue. David Vigneault, head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, said in a speech in February that attempts by foreign states to influence Canadian politics and politicians were among the agency’s “most paramount concerns.”

Bains could not be reached for comment Tuesday, and there is no suggestion he had anything to do with the online sniping Chiu faced.

In fact, the Liberals themselves have been the target of harsh attacks from the Chinese government and state-run media in the ongoing feud over the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

It spread like a cancer over his campaign

But there was evidence that China’s focus turned during the election to the Conservatives, whose platform outlined a multi-pronged approach to confronting Beijing. That included barring Huawei from 5G networks, imposing Magnitsky-style sanctions on Chinese rights violators and advising universities against partnering with state-owned companies.

The Liberal platform made a brief mention of measures to combat “illegal and unacceptable behaviour by authoritarian states,” singling out China, Iran and Russia.

In what appeared to be a comment on the Conservative blueprint, Chinese ambassador Cong Peiwu told the Hill Times newspaper in August that China opposes politicians who “hype” or “smear” the country. Then barely a week before election day, the Chinese Communist Party-run Global Times ran a story blasting the Tories’ policies, predicting that if the party were elected China would launch a “strong counterstrike” against Canada.

Michael Chan, a former Ontario Liberal cabinet minister who has spoken in defence of Beijing, wrote in a recent Chinese-language column that implementing the Conservative policies could trigger hatred and discrimination against Chinese people.

It’s impossible at this point to determine what factors caused results in individual ridings, but Chiu was not the only Conservative incumbent to be defeated in seats with large Chinese-Canadian populations, people exposed to such ethnic-Chinese media.

Though not all the votes had been counted Tuesday, Alice Wong appeared headed for defeat in Richmond Centre, next to Chiu’s riding, despite having held the seat through four previous elections.

Bob Saroya lost the Toronto-area riding of Markham-Unionville — where almost two thirds of residents are ethnic Chinese — to Liberal Paul Chiang after taking the previous two elections.

They have chat rooms and chat groups dedicated to unseating Kenny Chiu

Chiu, a Hong Kong native, says he has never been shy about his dislike of the Communist government in Beijing. But last April he introduced a private member’s bill that would require any agents of a foreign government to register with Ottawa and report on their activities. It was modelled after similar legislation in Australia and a law that has been in force in the United States for several decades.

Local Chinese-language media ignored the bill when it was introduced but as the election campaign turned into a dead heat between the Liberals and Conservatives, “attacks rained down on me,” the former MP said.

An article posted anonymously on WeChat, and that later showed up on various other online platforms, suggested it was designed to “suppress” the Chinese community and that anyone connected to China would have to register.

A similar story on a Chinese-language site called Today Commercial News said it would curb the freedom of speech of the Chinese community and have a “profound impact” on Chinese Canadians.

In fact, the legislation would require registration only for those acting on behalf of foreign governments or political groups who lobby a senior civil servant or an elected politician. It has actually been criticized for being too narrowly focused.

Other WeChat posts suggested erroneously the Conservatives had proposed to ban the widely used social media site itself.

“It’s very much organized,” said Chiu. “They have chat rooms and chat groups dedicated to unseating Kenny Chiu.”

Meanwhile, the president of the Chinese Benevolent Association, a group that has repeatedly run advertisements backing up Beijing on contentious issues like Hong Kong’s National Security Law, hosted a free lunch on behalf of the Liberal candidate in Vancouver East riding.

New Democrat Jenny Kwan still managed to win the seat handily, however.

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Islam’s Strategy of Expansion & Conquest

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Islam’s Strategy of Expansion & Conquest

In 2017, President Erdogan of Turkey told Moselms living in Europe to be patient and multiply and, within a few generations, they would conquer and control Europe: “Make not three, but five children. Because you are the future of Europe. That will be the best response to the injustices against you.”


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 Formed by remnants of the province’s anti-immigration scene, the Patriot Party promises to save Québec from “cultural genocide.”Posted on August 26, 2021

Sébastien Roback (edited)

A Québec-based political party named the Parti patriote (Patriot Party) is bringing their brand of ethnonationalism into the 2021 Canadian federal election.

Billing itself as a nationalist and sovereignist movement, the party’s raison d’être is to “defend the Québécois people from anything that threatens its existence.” They believe these threats, which are listed in their platform, have already led to the “extinction” of many Western nations.

“Let us affirm ourselves against globalism, mass immigration, and illegal immigration instrumentalized by the enemies of our nation in order to make us disappear and/or to reduce our collective power,” reads the main page of the party’s crudely designed website.

Founded in 2019, the Patriot Party originally sought to participate in the previous federal elections, but failed to register any candidates in time for its name to appear on ballots. This time, they have promised to recruit a slate of at least 20 candidates across Québec running under the Patriot banner.

Their platform also refers to multiculturalism as a “perverse postmodern doctrine aiming for the cultural genocide of the québécois people,” and emphasizes the Patriots’ opposition to the so-called “Great Replacement” – a White nationalist concern that says the white population of Western countries are being deliberately replaced through immigration.

On social media, the Patriot Party’s concern with the “integration” of Muslims – and especially Muslim women – is on full display. In dozens of Facebook posts, the party and its officials share pictures of veiled women along with captions like “Integration, a major problem in Québec,” eliciting aggressive responses from its supporters, who refer to Muslims as “parasites” and as “plagues.”

Transgender women are similarly targeted throughout their content.

Though their recent arrival on the political scene means they are unlikely to will win any seats in the upcoming election, electoral gains might not be the Patriot Party’s primary objective. On social media, the party has made repeated calls for donations in order to print signs to be place “all across Québec” – including in ridings where the party is not yet fielding candidates. 

This image was shared on the Patriot Party’s social media accounts. It reads: “Do you want these signs all across Québec? Make a donation to the Patriot Party.”  

One of these signs has the words “No to mass immigration,” complete with a woman making a “stop” hand gesture. 

Elections Canada currently lists the Patriot Party as eligible for registration, meaning it met the requirements to become an official party, but has yet to run a candidate in an election. This is likely to change on the candidate registration deadline.


The Patriot Party’s founder, Donald Proulx, is a longtime anti-immigration activist who is well-known for his participation in protests outside Lacolle, Québec, a border town, in opposition to an influx of asylum seekers. During one of these Roxham Road demonstrations, Proulx shared the microphone with members of La Meute, as well as with Ontarian activist Kevin Goudreau.

Before taking interest in federal politics, Proulx attempted to found a municipal party in Montréal, in opposition to then-Mayor Denis Coderre. In a Facebook post, Proulx denounced the latter’s views on immigration, as well as his perceived silence in the face of a supposed wave of violence in the city.

“In Montréal, anarchists (antifas) are disturbing, censoring and even using violence against québécois nationalists … and what are Coderre and city council doing? Nothing! On top of staying silent, they have declared that Montréal is a ‘sanctuary city,’ a refuge for illegal immigration. Enough!’”

Donald Proulx, posing in front of a Patriot Party sign. Source: Facebook.

Though he remains very active as its president, Proulx has since handed over the reins of the Patriot Party to Carl Brochu, a 51-year-old videomaker and ex-high school teacher best known for his role in planning a stunt in which he, alongside members of a far-right group named Front Patriotique (Patriotic Front) snuck into a Liberal Party of Canada event to heckle Prime Minister Trudeau. 

Brochu was announced as the party’s new leader on June 12, 2021, during an event attended by members of the Groupe Sécurité Patriote (Patriot Security Group), a group known for providing its security services to nationalist groups like the Soldiers of Odin during demonstrations. During his first leadership speech, Brochu claimed that Québec sovereigntists face a five-to-one battle against “ethnic,” Indigenous and anglophone voters, as well as “colonized québécois” and the “Canadian federalist machine.”

Carl Brochu during his leadership speech, alongside a member of the Groupe Sécurité Patriote. Source: Facebook.

Weeks after the election, he would go on to describe CAP as “controlled opposition” on Radio InfoCité, a conspiracy-oriented sovereigntist radio station.

THE DEATH OF AMERICA was enacted in 1965 with the signing of the Open Immigration Law Of 1965

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THE DEATH OF AMERICA was enacted in 1965 with the signing of the Open Immigration Law Of 1965

Here Are The Names Of The Jews Behind

The Open Immigraton Law of 1965:

1. Senator Jacob Javits (NY)

  Senator Jacob Javits played a prominent role in the Senate hearings

on the 1965 bill. Javits authored an article entitled ‘Let’s open the gates’

that proposed immigration levelsof 500,000 per year for 20 years with no

restrictions on national origin.

2. Congressman Emanuel Celler (NY)

 Congressman Emanuel Celler, who fought for unrestricted immigration

for over 40 years in theHouse of Representatives, introduced similar

legislation resulting in the“Cellar-Hart Immigration Bill,” the precursor to

the fatal bill of 1965.

3. Leo Pfeffer

American Jewish Congress (AJC)

 Leo Pfeffer, a so-called, “Jewish Intellect,”

wrote many treatises and books that propagandized for open immigration.

4. Norman Podhoretz

(Writer and Member of

The Council of Foreign Relations)

 Norman Podhoretz, a leftist Jew and later a “neo-con,”

 wrote many articles promoting open immigration.

 Jewish organizations such as the American Jewish CongressThe Jewish Federation,

the ACLU, and the B’nai B’rith filed briefs

in support of open immigration before the Senate Subcommittee in the early sixties

leading up to the passing of the 1965 law.

THE 1965 OPEN IMMIGRATION LAW IS PRESENTLY replacing the European founding/settler people of the United States. The U.S. Census Bureau projects that by the year 2041, European-derived peoples will no longer be a majority of the population of America due to the massive influx of immigrants since the signing of the bill in 1965.

Why would organized Jewish groups repay the people who gave them safety, prosperity and shelter by organizing their deliberate replacement?

Most of these immigrants come from Third World Nations whose customs, religions, and culture are far removed from anything remotely resembling Christianity. Within the

context of a Jewish-informed “multicultural America,” these immigrants are encouraged by the Jews to retain their own languages, customs, and religions.

The Jews have also given these immigrants a moral mandate to expand both demographically and politically. And expand they will and do! But any attempts by European-derived peoples to retain demographic, political, and cultural control in America are represented by the Jews

as being ‘racist’ and ‘immoral.’