Two organizations under criminal investigation for running secret police stations in Quebec received taxpayer money.
Canadian taxpayers will be furious to learn that some of the tax money they paid to the government was used to fund illegal CCP-linked police stations in eastern Canada.
Two organizations based in Quebec – Centre Sino-Québec de la Rive Sud and Service à la Famille Chinoise du Grand Montréal (SFCGM) – are under investigation by the RCMP for running Beijing-controlled police stations in the province.
Both of these organizations received funding from the federal government: Centre Sino-Québec received approximately $160,000 and SFCGM received around $200,000, as reported by the National Post.
Unlike the United States, which has taken strong action on CCP-linked police stations in its country, the Trudeau government and the RCMP have been slow to act.
It’s entirely possible that these groups may be the tip of the iceberg, and even more shadowy organizations with links to Beining are receiving taxpayer money.
Dennis Molinaro, an expert on Chinese foreign interference, made a shocking admission in an interview with the National Post:
“I wouldn’t be surprised if there are more organizations that might have connections to UFWD or the Chinese government that are receiving government funds.”
If Molinaro’s analysis is correct, that means that the Trudeau government and the Chinese government are more intertwined than previously thought.
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