January 1st, 2023 | ALLAN RAY

China Is COlonizing The Planet

From Africa to Canada, China has an obvious plan.
As disturbing revelations about secret police stations accumulate, Canadians are becoming more aware of the threat posed by China. In addition to their ominous presence in our country and their motivations to monitor and keep tabs on their own people, the Chinese government is actively colonizing Canada and most of the world. The two situations are hand-in-hand as China seeks to culturally dominate foreign countries through colonization. Keeping its pioneers and settlers loyal to China is a part of the country's master plan.
China is the world's longest and most enduring culture. It spans more than 4,000 years and has transformed the way the world functions for two millennia. Culture is the foundation of civilization and it shapes societies, making China one of the world's oldest continuous civilizations. Although China has seen several governments and emperors through the ages, its languages, customs and traditions have remained the same. To historians, China is one of the great cradles of civilization. The Chinese regime's goal is to preserve and spread China's enduring culture and to consume the planet through colonization.
Through its Belt & Road initiative, China's pace of colonization has doubled in the past ten years and Africa has become the largest recipient of Chinese money, infrastructure and guidance. China is currently Africa's largest trade partner and more than 10,000 Chinese firms are operating on the African continent, according to Forbes. When Europeans invested in African infrastructure at the turn of the last century, it was to colonize and to extract natural resources. China is doing the same thing today.
Africa needs infrastructure and China is willing to provide it, but with a catch. You see, China is not doing any of this for free. According to the IMF, by 2012, China owned 15% of Africa's external debt. Ten years later, we can surmise that the number has doubled—if not tripled. In 2021, a majority of major construction projects were operated by Chinese workers and residents because Africa lacks the skill and capacity to complete most of the ambitious projects itself. While expanding its debt trap on the continent, China is also colonizing Africa.
There are currently more than one million Chinese workers living in Africa, with South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and Madagascar being the largest recipients of Chinese migrants. In 2011, protests erupted in Namibia and Tanzania over the influx of Chinese migrants. In Zambia, the topic of Chinese migrants has been an election issue for more than a ten years, with tensions rising between Zambian citizens and Chinese workers.
In 2014, a Chinese migrant in Africa told Quartz, “The local people are really not friendly. They are peasants and they resent the idea that the government took their land and gave it to us. They have no land for themselves. They are not comfortable. They are working for us.”
“I have been bringing my children here. I'm taking them out of school in China and bringing them all here. The mothers are Mozambicans, but the land will be within our family. Do you get it!”
The same is happening in other parts of the world. Once resistant to Chinese immigration, Mexico is now seeing a rapidly growing influx of migrants from China. In 2010, the annual growth of Chinese migrants in Mexico was 36% and the Barrio Chino in Mexico City is home to more than 3,000 Chinese families, the Barrio Chino in Tijuana is home to 15,000. In Brazil, August 15th is dedicated to celebrating the country's 300,000 migrants on Chinese Immigrant Day.
With Chinese police stations being investigated around the world, an ominous sign points to the Chinese government and efforts to enforce loyalty to Chinese culture, customs and the country's communist regime. Such “police stations” raise the spectre of a regime that aims to prevent the integration of Chinese workers and residents into their local communities. Integration has happened with many Chinese migrants around the world who are, in fact, seeking a better life for their families. These Chinese police stations may be working to minimize such integration through intimidation and fear.
In Canada, there are a dozen Chinese police stations in operation. In December, two more stations operated by Chinese authorities were discovered in Vancouver. Around the world, there are an estimated 102 Chinese police stations in operation. According to some, the purpose of these stations is to coerce and monitor Chinese nationals who have committed crimes at home. However, some suspect a more ominous purpose designed to enforce loyalty to China among Chinese migrants and workers.
Once disguised as places for Chinese nationals to renew their drivers licenses and government passports, these stations have been in operation since as far back as 2016. Expert estimations put the number of Chinese fugitives who have been successfully persuaded to return home at 250,000. That, some believe, seems like an excessively large number of “fugitives”. Questions have also arisen about the extent and scope of the intimidation used by Chinese liaisons working in these so-called “police stations”.
A Postmedia editorial raised such a concern, asking, “If a Chinese national or person originally from China wishes to speak ill of the CCP they should be allowed to exercise their free speech rights. But will they receive a knock on their door from these liaison officers? Will their family back home face consequences?”
It is unclear what constitutes a “crime” and what crimes, if any, have been committed by the fugitives China claims to be monitoring and persuading around the world. Therein lies the spectre of a more sinister and nefarious agenda by the Chinese government. We know China has “re-education camps” for Muslims. Do they have similar camps for those who speak ill of the CPP, or those who too warmly embrace foreign cultures and ideologies abroad?
As Canadians, we have a duty to protect our national sovereignty and to protect Chinese Canadians who have chosen to embrace our culture and call this country their home. We must shut these stations down, protect the Chinese migrants who seek safety and freedom and expel Chinese nationals and operatives who aim to exploit our country. Pinpointing these operatives is simple and their deeds are taking place right under our noses.

Election Interference

In a report by Global News, Canadian intelligence warned Justin Trudeau about Chinese interference in Canada's 2019 federal election. In January, Trudeau and his cabinet ministers were given documents showing Beijing's covert funding directed at specific candidates. The efforts involved payments through intermediaries to candidates affiliated with China's communist regime.
Although the candidates are not specified or named in the briefing, it is reported that China's Toronto office directed funds to at least eleven candidates and their staffers. The candidates belonged to both the Liberal and Conservative parties. Much of China's election interference around the globe is conducted by the country's United Front Work Department, which seeks to buy influence in foreign politics, media, business and academia.

Selling Canadian Interests

It was reported in November that China has stakes in two dozen Canadian mining companies. In 2019, China was given permission to explore for oil and natural gas off the coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador. In 2017, Canada's state-run media ran defence for Justin Trudeau when he sold Norsat International to Chinese-run Hytera Communications. More recently, it was uncovered that a Norsat subsidiary, Sinclair Technologies, was given a $550 million contract to provide technology services to the RCMP. That contract has since been scrapped.
In 2015, it was reported that Chinese investors made up one-third of Vancouver's real estate market. British Columbia is currently facing an ongoing housing crisis as rent prices reach historic levels and inventory shrinks.

The Suspects

Through research and investigation, the names and identities of compromised Canadian politicians could be easily uncovered. The names of Chinese operatives and corporations working in Canada can also be uncovered quite easily. The risks of defamation and libel suits, however, have deterred many publications from delving into the facts. Chinese influence and dark money have probably swayed the remainders.
Anonymously sharing the information on various social media platforms, through a VPN, is the most secure way of handling the details. The details exist and the time to dedicate the resources into investigating and exposing Chinese operations in Canada is now.
Together, we must work to stop the colonization of Canada by CCP loyalists, while keeping in mind the many who flee the CCP to seek a better life in our country.


December 2022