China Grabs Two Random Canadian Cocksuckers as Revenge for Meng Kidnapping

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 13, 2018

I say good on China.

I say they waited too long to do this.

This kidnapping of business people for political reasons is absolute barbarity. I don’t know if I’ve ever said this before, but: this is the kind of thing that does not belong in the modern world.

If you start doing this sort of grimy stuff, you are setting the world into a death spiral.

Although to be fair to the cocksucker Justin Trudeau, it isn’t like we weren’t already in a death spiral – that gay faggot is just giving things a little boost.


Two Canadian men have been detained in China on suspicion of “endangering national security,” China’s Foreign Ministry said Thursday.

Spokesperson Lu Kang confirmed that entrepreneur Michael Spavor and former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig were taken into custody on Monday and that they are being handled separately.

Canada has been informed of the detentions, Lu said, but declined to say whether the men have been provided with lawyers — only that the Canadian Embassy in China had been notified, and Spavor and Kovrig’s legal rights were being protected.

The two cases ratchet up pressure on Canada, which is holding an executive of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.

China has demanded the immediate release of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s CFO and the daughter of its founder.

If I were Xi, I would round up all the Canadians in the country and shove them in one of those concentration camps for the Moslems and force them to sing songs to the Great Panda Emperor.

Then I’d be dropping all the clips on YouTube nonstop, putting out K-Pop remixes, the whole deal.

I so want to see these sickening rulers of the white world walk into some shit with China that they can’t even begin to grasp. I want to see Justin Trudeau screaming and crying out “IT WAS JUST A PRANK, BRO.”

The disgusting reality here is that China actually is a civilized country. No way in hell they would have just up and kidnapped random Westerns. It took them two weeks to even reciprocate, as they were no doubt shocked.

Look, I don’t even like Chinese people, but they are at least respectful. They don’t just up and out of the blue do bizarre inappropriate shit like kidnapping foreigners on goofy fake charges.

What even are these charges?

Dealing with Iran using an American bank?

Who made that law?

It’s a real mystery.

The West wants to rattle on about how China is evil for making disgusting hajis sing songs of peace, or for running over uppity anti-social protesters with tanks or whatever. This is just garbage. Nonsense propaganda. The Chinks literally did nothing wrong, then Justin Trudeau rolls in all hopped-up on something or other, acting like Dennis Hopper with sickening gibberish.

And then after Trump said he’d be willing to consider letting Meng go to sooth the political situation with China, CNN comes out with this:

And at first I’m thinking “oh so they’re blaming Trump for this kidnapping, then rightly saying this is an insane precedent.”

Instead, they’re saying the reverse.

Or the inverse.



President Donald Trump’s suggestion that he might use an arrested Chinese tech executive as a bargaining chip in trade talks with Beijing drew rebukes for setting a “terrible precedent” crossing the red line that separates American politics from the rule of law.

The remark triggered pushback from law enforcement officials, criticism from lawmakers and concern from legal and business analysts who said it’s not only a weak bargaining move that might create more friction with allies, but it represents a “poisonous” precedent that could eventually undermine the safety of Americans overseas.

“The US, like Canada, we’re both rule of law countries based on a constitution, legal principles, rule of law,” said William Reinsch, the Scholl chair for international business at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. “Our history is that things like this proceed through the criminal justice system and justice is blind. Trump is basically saying he might interfere with this process, which is a terrible precedent.”


William Reinsch probably wrote the Iran sanctions!

I guess prisoner exchanges never happened before ever in international relations, if Trump is crossing a new line.

How stupid do these people think we are?

Of course you can give a country one of their nationals that is suspected of or accused of a crime for purposes of diplomacy.

The terrible precedent here is kidnapping foreign dignitaries in the first place!