Keeping an eye on Communist, Totalitarian China, and its influence both globally, and we as Canadians. I have come to the opinion that we are rarely privy to truth regarding the real goal, the agenda of Red China, and it's implications for Canada [and North America as a whole]. No more can we rely on our media as more and more information on China is actively being swept under the carpet - not for consumption.
Monday, June 21, 2021
Trudeau Government Runs And Hides Over Serving China's Bio-Weapons Interests--And Treason
Tensions flare as top federal health official scolded in the House for failing to turn over Wuhan documents
Michel Boyer explains why Conservatives continue to question the circumstances regarding the firing of two scientists from a Manitoba lab.
OTTAWA -- The House of Commons is giving the Public Health Agency of Canada 48 hours to turn over unredacted documents related to the shipment of viruses sent from a Canadian lab to Wuhan, China in 2019 and the subsequent firing of two scientists.
The request is laid out in a Conservative motion sponsored by MP Michael Chong, which was passed in Parliament on Wednesday with 179 MPs voting in favour of the call and 149 voting against it. The NDP and Bloc Quebecois joined their Conservative colleagues to move it ahead.
The motion seeks to clarify whether the removal of Dr. Xiangguo Qiu and Dr. Keding Cheng from Winnipeg’s National Microbiology Laboratory in July 2019 is connected to the fact that four months earlier, Qiu sent a shipment of Ebola and Henipah viruses to China's Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The agency terminated the two doctors in January, but didn’t provide a reason for the decision, only to say that an investigation was carried out and they no longer work there.
The Conservatives have accused the Liberals of jeopardizing Canadians’ national security by allowing research collaboration with “communist China,” and have questioned why the government allowed “two scientists with deep connections to the Chinese military” into Canada’s highest-security lab.
The House of Commons special committee on Canada-China relations is studying the issue and has already received documents from PHAC, but they were largely redacted on the basis of privacy concerns.
The motion also requires that Health Minister Patty Hajdu appear before the committee for at least three hours to discuss the events. It asks that the law clerk and parliamentary counsel review the documents and remove information that could compromise national security or unveil details related to the ongoing RCMP investigation into the issue.
Asked during question period on Wednesday why the government hasn’t compelled PHAC to publically release the documents earlier, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pointed to the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians as being the most fitting avenue to review the information.
“We can all agree that national security issues should be dealt with by parliamentarians through the appropriate avenue. This is exactly the kind of thing that the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians was created for. They should examine these issues,” he said.
Conservative MP Michael Chong rises during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang