Sunday, February 16, 2020

Huawei are Spies for the Communist Chinese Regime..but are allowed to work in Canada, we wonder why?

Canada's Trudeau/Liberal government has allowed China's biggest TeleCom company,  Huawei, [a China state controlled entity]to start building the 5G broadband network for Canada through Telus, starting with Montreal but also Canadawide. Stop the madness!!..and put the brakes on immediately, right NOW! This is China's biggest spy network, working closely with their military the PLA, and we are allowing them to spy on Canadians...all with Trudeau's blessings. Their cheap phones all have backdoors for spying are allowed to be marketed in Canada; they all need to be trashed immediately.

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Canada's top military brass have warned Trudeau & the Canadian Government of this immediate National Security Disaster.

Canada’s military wants Trudeau to ban Huawei from 5G networks: report

Senior officials including Canada's top soldier have told the government they believe allowing the Chinese company a role in 5G would threaten national security

The National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa.Postmedia

February 10, 2020
Canada’s military wants Justin Trudeau to ban Huawei Technologies Co. from the nation’s fifth-generation wireless networks, according to the Globe and Mail.
Senior military officials including Canada’s top soldier have told the government they believe allowing the Chinese company a role in 5G would threaten national security, the newspaper reported Monday, citing an unnamed official familiar with the matter.
Donald Trump has been pushing allies to shut the Shenzhen-based tech giant out, citing concerns its gear could be vulnerable to Chinese spies. American officials have warned the U.S. might be forced to hold back secret intelligence from Canada if the prime minister gives Huawei a role, despite the company’s repeated denials it poses a security risk.
Canada is the only member of the so-called Five Eyes network of intelligence-sharing nations that has yet to decide what to do with Huawei. Australia and New Zealand followed the U.S. lead in banning it, but U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government opted for a mixed approach in a Jan. 28 decision that disappointed the White House.
Looming large over Trudeau’s decision is the case of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer. Her arrest in Vancouver at the end of 2018 on a U.S. extradition request plunged the northern nation’s relations with China into their darkest period in a half century. Beijing locked up two Canadians and halted key agricultural imports in the months that followed.
The rift with China contributed to a 16 per cent plunge in exports to the Asian powerhouse last year, the largest drop in data going back to 1997.
Trudeau’s public safety minister said last month the government is studying the U.K. decision. An outright ban could compel companies like BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. to rip out existing Huawei equipment to accommodate a new supplier, the Globe and Mail reported.

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