Canada is our country

Selling Canadian land and businesses to China will only cause Canada to loose its sovereignty.

During the G20 summit, a Chinese representative was reported telling an American “This is our country,” referring of course to China.

A number of articles were written regarding how difficult it is for other countries to do business in China, the subsidies their industries receive, and how G20 countries are losing jobs to China.

Yet China wants to buy into western countries, including Canada.

Prime Minister Trudeau was reported saying he wants talks regarding future trade and investment by China.

Lets not develop all that trade with China, and lets not let permit them to buy up our country and its resources.

They aren’t interested in doing anything which benefits Canada, only China.

It would not be in Canada’s national interest to permit Communist Chinese government corporations or the Red Army of China to buy into any company in Canada.

Selling Canadian land and businesses to China and its various government corporations will only cause Canada to loose its sovereignty.

It’s time to tell China, this is Canada and its our country.

They don’t get to buy it.

 

E. A. Foster, Nanaimo

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