Declassified Canadian government documents reveal that it trained generals and an entire contingent of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

After Rebel News requested the documents, some 19 months later, it received 34 pages revealing military relations between the two countries, the newspaper said on Dec. 9. 

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had invited troops from the PLA for cold-weather training in 2019 at the Petawawa military base in Ontario. 

But when he realized that this invitation had been canceled by Chief of Defense Staff of the Canadian Armed forces Gen. Jonathan Vance, he flew into a rage. Trudeau demanded that no more commitments to the CCP be canceled without his authorization.

According to Rebel News, he also required that the decision be communicated to the CCP in the most delicate way possible to keep up appearances.

Rebel News reported that the Canadian government has a policy of being submissive to the CCP, even to the extent of showing it as the country’s best ally, even closer than the United States.  

Canadian writer, broadcaster and founder and owner of Rebel News Ezra Levant said during his show, “Trudeau’s right-hand man, Ian Shugart, was tasked with silencing the Canadian Armed Forces’ legitimate concerns about China, and forcing our military to continue acting as if China, not the U.S., was our most important ally.”

Canada had sent 200 delegates to China for the PLA Navy’s 70th anniversary celebrations just two months after the kidnapping of two Canadian citizens by the CCP.

There were also training sessions for CCP commanders at the Canadian Forces College in Toronto and other military facilities in Kingston, Ontario.

Levant said that Trudeau is separating Canada from its Western allies and is leading the country “toward the world’s greatest dictatorship,” which could seriously compromise national sovereignty. 

His strong tendency toward globalism highlights Trudeau’s controversial behavior. He intends to subject the country to the “Great Reset,” also denounced by Levant when he stressed Trudeau’s statements in a tweet. 

“I thought this was supposed to be a conspiracy theory. But here it is, straight from Trudeau’s mouth. The pandemic is the excuse for a ‘Great Reset’ of the world, led by the U.N.,” Levant tweeted on Nov. 15.

Indeed, the controversial “Great Reset” is part of a World Economic Forum plan to impose a U.N.-backed world government.

Trudeau is the first world leader to speak about it publicly, according to the Westphalian Times.

Among the “Great Reset” objectives are the much-criticized theories of “climate change, green energy, and redistribution of wealth.”

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