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Trudeau spurns India, but gives China a pass

Keean Bexte

Days after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he had “credible evidence” the Indian government was responsible for murdering Khalistani activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the RCMP are reportedly investigating the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) potential involvement in the death of a Chinese-Canadian man in July 2021.

Global News reported that 57-year old Wei Hu, a father and husband living in  BC who supposedly took his own life, was the target of a CCP campaign called Operation Fox Hunt that was designed to silence dissidents.

In Hu’s case, Operation Fox Hunt was trying to return Hu to China over alleged financial crimes.

After a witness told police that Hu was being targeted by the CCP, BC’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) started investigating his death.

Hu’s widow told Global News that he had some medical problems, but wouldn’t elaborate. She also said he didn’t have any friends and he didn’t go out much. Hu didn’t have a job in Canada, though he lived in a $2.8 million gated mansion.

According to the FBI, Operation Fox Hunt persuades targets to either “return to China promptly or commit suicide.”

The RCMP declined to comment on Hu’s case, but said they are “aware of foreign actor interference activity in Canada, from China and other foreign states.”

“Various methods and techniques are in place to combat foreign actor interference within the RCMP’s mandate. For operational reasons we cannot speak at length about this.”

This also comes after numerous bombshell leaks alleging that the CCP meddled in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections to help Trudeau win a minority government.

Trudeau refused to allow a public inquiry into Chinese interference earlier this year, but finally submitted last month and appointed Justice Hogue, who worked at a firm for 27 years that had several connections to the Trudeau family and the Liberal Party.

Trudeau’s allegation

Meanwhile, earlier this week Trudeau alleged that the Indian government is responsible for assassinating Khalistani activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, though he has not yet provided evidence to substantiate his claims.

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