Senator promoting Patrick Brown’s Tory leadership bid in the Chinese community accuses “white supremacist” competitors
Brown has been approved by Senator Victor Oh and a group in Canada’s Chinese community in favor of Beijing.
A message from Conservative Senator Victor Oh, recorded by voters asking voters to support the Mayor of Brampton’s bid for Patrick Brown’s conservative leadership, said Brown’s competitors were racist and white supremacist. I blame it for promoting the principle.
“Looking at the candidates running for the leadership of Canada’s Conservative Party, one of Canada’s three major political parties, he gave a speech as a Canadian citizen and for us, promoting extreme white supremacy. Discriminate against voters in Canada. Future generations are obliged to join this party and vote for candidates of color race and new immigrants, “said a video posted on YouTube on May 27. Without elaborating on the racist cases he mentioned.
Oh’s video was related to an event co-sponsored by the Chinese community in the Toronto area on May 26th to promote Brown’s leadership bid.
Due to coverage in the local Chinese media, the event will be held by the Toronto Chinese Canadian Organization (CTCCO), an organization that is in a position to support Beijing in the Chinese community, as well as many others that support Beijing as well. Co-sponsored by representatives of the group. Attendance position.
CTCCO Chairman Guo Ning Weng reiterated Oh’s comments in his speech at the event, stating that one of the reasons for Brown’s support was his attitude towards racism. Canada China Media News..
During the 2019 opposition to democratization in Hong Kong, which led to a crackdown by Beijing authorities, CTCCO was one of the groups that held an event in Toronto to blame protesters in Hong Kong. The group also supports the Chinese Communist Party’s National Security Act imposed on Hong Kong, which has been criticized by many democracies, including: Canada As a detriment to Hong Kong’s autonomy.
Other organizations attended by representatives at the event hold similar pro-Beijing positions, including the Canadian Association of Chinese Experts (CPAC). CPAC was one of the winners of the “Overseas Chinese Organization” Awards sponsored by the Overseas Chinese Bureau at a ceremony in Beijing’s Great Hall attended by Chinese leader Xi Jinping in 2014. Earlier this year, a federal court judge confirmed that the State Council was involved in espionage against Canada’s interests.
Ah, Senator has been in the spotlight for his frequent visits to China in the past.Senate Ethics Officer Said In 2020, Oh violated the rules of conflict of interest by accepting a free trip to China in 2017. Globe and Mail..
In 2016, when conservative Senator Thanh Hai Ngo announced a motion calling on Beijing to end hostilities in the South China Sea. talked Against movement.He also generally The guests Honor and event Features Chinese Ambassador or Supreme Consulate official in Canada.
Earlier this year, Oh accused former Conservative MP Kenny Chiu of lying as a prey to a disinformation campaign that Chiu said he had sacrificed his seat in the 2021 federal elections. Apologized.
At a previous parliamentary session, Chiu introduced legislative legislation to force people who work for foreign entities to register as foreign agents for greater transparency. But the bill was misrepresented by people in the Chinese community, misleading them into thinking they were against their interests, Chiu said.
The Epoch Times contacted Oh for comment, but did not respond by the publication time.
Brown replied to an email asking for comment by asking for a link to Oh’s video, but did not respond any further by the release time after the link was provided.
Brown has a remarkably gentle stance towards China in leadership campaigns compared to other candidates.
In a discussion of candidates in French on May 25, Mr. Brown said that while protecting human rights is important, Canada sent liquefied natural gas to China as a way to “support the fight against China.” It is also important to support trade, which is essential for profits. Climate change. “
“And that’s a way to improve relations with China, [former] prime minister [Stephen] Harper, “he said.
Harper is famous for refusing to go to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which was attended by many world leaders. His tenure was marked as an era of cooler relations with the Chinese government compared to the previous Liberal government. After Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party won the 2015 election, China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang said the two countries were entering a “golden age.”
Accusation of racial discrimination
Brown and his campaign attempted on several occasions to link fellow leader candidates and Tory lawmaker Pierre Poirievre to racism.
brown share A May 15 Twitter video of Pat King, one of the protesters who went to Ottawa during the truck convoy. King is talking about plans to “depopulate Anglo-Saxon races.”
“There is a late game. It’s called the Caucasian depopulation, or Anglo-Saxon. That’s the goal. The Anglo-Saxon race is the strongest pedigree, so it’s depopulation. “King says. video.
Brown refers to the video and states: [Pierre Poilievre] He spread and supported the “white supremacist” conspiracy theory of dangerous white supremacists reported to have been in the Buffalo Archer Manifest. “
The convoy organizer is away from King, and he is one of the organizers of Freedom Convoy, the main group that protested truck drivers in Ottawa in late January and February against COVID-19 orders. Said not.
A few days later, on May 18, Tory Parliamentarian Michelle Lempelgarner, co-chair of Brown’s leadership campaign, said: share A screenshot of an email on Twitter where someone who is said to be a member of the Conservatives says “I believe in Nazism” and signs off “I support Pierre Polyevre!”.
Poilievre responded to these cases by blaming all racism.
The Conservatives later said that the person who sent the email resigned from the party’s membership after the investigation into the case began.