Beijing demands release of Chinese exec arrested in Canada
Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies, was detained by Canadian police in Vancouver for possible extradition to the US. Beijing has demanded her immediate release. Meng, who is also the daughter of the company founder Ren Zhengfei, has a bail hearing on Friday. A publication ban is imposed on the case by the Canadian authorities. Earlier this year, the WSJ reported that US authorities are investigating the Chinese tech giant for possible violations of sanctions on Iran.
5 thoughts on “Beijing demands release of Chinese exec arrested in Canada”
It is strange that Canada cares about one Chinese executive but invites as many unscreened people to hop the imaginary border as Trudeau can find and then helps write the Global Migration Pack, urged on by George Soros and the UN that wants control over signatories to that pact.
Only that the bloody Chinese demand is written with bloody yellow ink on bloody yellow paper, can’t understand a thing. Then, they should have addressed it to the head of Commonwealth, but they did not bloody stooks.
No spawny outcome for them bloody Chinese then!
They better do it , since reciprocity could come from many sides , for instance repayment of 25 billion loans vor more , removal of Canadian treasuries , sell off on munis in the range of 100 bills , and just outright collapsing mortgage and real estate market . Canadian feiget PM , thinks that he has done to Canada anything . Yes he did , tripled the insest , and today Canada is your Sodom and Gomorrah.
The chinese are very good at arresting the business people of other countries…looks like the boot is on the other foot. They are a totalitarian regime with a “justice system” to suit. I bet this person will be better treated than what they do to others in their custody.
Since operation ajax iran regime change 1953 by britain, USA, and probably israel, this confrontation has only gone from bad to worse. Are there no peacemakers among us?