McGuinty declares his support for China over “security concerns of Canada”!!!

Posted: October 11, 2012 in Uncategorized


Our Dear Leader is more concerned for his favourable position with China than OUR security that’s in question with the alignment of our Ontario Government with the Chinese firm Huawei even though our very own CSIS is warning Canadians about a possible threat to our cyber security by embracing this foreign company!

He is attempting to lay the responsibility for our nation’s security at the feet of the Federal Government without taking one ounce of responsibility for our security within his own Province’s mandates!

Maybe it’s the fact that McGuinty has a trip planned in January to visit China and doesn’t want to insult his “hosts” before he gets there!

AGAIN, here’s the definition of TREASONOran’s Dictionary of the Law (1983) defines treason as “…[a]…citizen‘s actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the [parent nation].” In many nations, it is also often considered treason to attempt or conspire to overthrow the government, even if no foreign country is aiding or involved by such an endeavour.

McGuinty sticks up for Chinese firm Huawei accused of spying

By StaffTorstar News Service October 9, 2012

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty The Canadian Press/Michelle Siu

Premier Dalton McGuinty has come to the defence of Huawei Canada, a unit of China’s biggest telecom equipment maker that is facing U.S. accusations of espionage.

“I don’t really understand the concerns that have been raised south of the border,” McGuinty told reporters Tuesday.

“Of course here in Ontario we rely on the federal government, which has responsibility for international security concerns,” he said, noting that Huawei is doing work with telecom service providers Bell Canada, Telus, SaskTel and Wind Mobile.

Bell in a statement said it has confidence in its network suppliers including Huawei, adding that the privately-held Chinese firm “partners with most of the world’s major wireless carriers.”

McGuinty said he has met with Huawei representatives in China to secure an expansion of investment in Ontario. “Those jobs are very important to us,” said the premier, who toured Huawei’s Canadian headquarters in Markham last Oct. 13.

Huawei employs about 400 people in Ontario — 280 at the Markham headquarters and about 120 at a research and development facility in the Ottawa suburb of Kanata.

The U.S. House Intelligence Committee’s report has implications for Canada because Huawei could also be in the running to help build the government’s new secure telecommunications system.



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