Phone Boy Trudeau Calls China’s Sanctions an “Attack” on “Democracy”

Trudeau not done making a fool of himself on China

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called China’s new sanctions an “attack,” after China’s foreign ministry announced restrictive measures against Michael Chong, a Canadian member of Parliament, and two U.S. officials.

“China’s sanctions are an attack on transparency and freedom of expression – values at the heart of our democracy,” Trudeau wrote in a tweet Saturday, shortly after the new sanctions were announced. “We stand with Parliamentarians against these unacceptable actions, and we will continue to defend human rights around the world with our international partners.”

The foreign ministry’s statement released Saturday said that Gayle Manchin, head of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (and Senator Joe Manchin‘s wife), would not be permitted to visit China’s mainland, Hong Kong or Macao, nor engage in financial dealings with China. Also included in the sections are commission vice chair Tony Perkins and Chong.

China’s foreign ministry said the announcement was a response to alleged misinformation shared by foreign governments, officials and advocates regarding accusations of human rights abuses in the northwestern region Xinjiang.

“They must stop political manipulation on Xinjiang-related issues, stop interfering in China’s internal affairs in any form and refrain from going further down the wrong path. Otherwise, they will get their fingers burnt,” the ministry’s statement said. Beijing has denied allegations of the forced labor and claims it provides “re-education” camps to counter extremist thought and to provide work opportunities that combat poverty.

In Canada, Marc Garneau, minister of foreign affairs, called China’s sanctions “unacceptable” in a statement released Saturday.

“The Government of Canada stands with parliamentarians and all Canadians as we continue to work with partners in defense of democracy and freedom of speech and will continue to take action when international human rights obligations are violated,” Garneau wrote.

Earlier this week, the European Union sanctioned four officials connected to China’s actions in Xinjiang, after the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. coordinated similar measures aimed at Chinese officials responsible for human rights violations in Xinjiang. China countered with its own sanctions against 10 European lawmakers, two EU parliamentary organizations and two think tanks.

Source: Newsweek

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Mychal
Mychal
16 days ago

What a stupid man. You sanction them and when they reciprocate then you cry foul. Idiot! Like punching someone in the nose and your surprised and angry they punch you right back. A Child!

Oilman
Oilman
16 days ago
Reply to  Mychal

Exactly! The same thing happened in the UK and sure enough, they could not believe what China did after the UK sanctioned them.

The days of having western countries such as the USA, UK, France, Germany, and the EU getting away with everything they do on others are over. Russia is retaliating and the same goes for China.

As the western world is falling apart, interestingly enough, Russia and China are getting more powerful.

Ying Jun
Ying Jun
16 days ago

Soy boy Trudeau is crying and running back to mama.

Bobby
Bobby
15 days ago
Reply to  Ying Jun

Soy Boy….LOL Sooooooooo true. Canadian leftists are as hopeless as those in the U.S.

yuri
yuri
16 days ago

true-dope, the installed racist by emperor gates pretends a democracy exists in that amerikan colony

Mr Reynard
Mr Reynard
16 days ago

Ohh You call a faggot son of a whore a “Phone Boy” now ??

silver9blue
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silver9blue (@silver9blue)
15 days ago

Of course Canadian US UK EU sanctions are meant to cause economic harm and have long been seen as anti democratic attacking transparency and freedom. As the US says its our long arm justice procedure meant to control the other country from US soil. Instead of accepting return action they are crying look what they did to us. Why can’t they take their evidence to the UN?

Larry
Larry
15 days ago

Phone boy? More like SOY BOY. or GURL! P00FTER P0S

Jian Hong
Jian Hong
15 days ago

How about you release Meng Wenzhou you USA butt licking cuck? Arrested her on behalf of the USA for violating US laws while she wasn’t even on US soil!

US vassals deserve to get their ass kicked as well

Mychal
Mychal
15 days ago
Reply to  Jian Hong

Agreed

Dan Silvan
Dan Silvan
15 days ago

What does Trudeau know about democracy? Or anything for that matter? He is not running a democratic government, but an authoritarian one.

Bobby
Bobby
15 days ago

LOL, honestly, you folks in Canada deserve this fool, just as we here in the states deserve Biden. Apparently whites in both nations are suffering from stupidity voting for people who 24/7 put whites down.

brian
brian
15 days ago

I hope my e-bay stuff still shows up.

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