Gay Canadian President Attacks China, Claims He’s Going to Compete with Them


China bad?


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has urged Western “capitalist democracies” to band together to prevent Beijing from taking advantage of their infighting over the profits from China’s growing markets.

In an interview with Global News aired on Saturday, Trudeau said that Western countries must “do a better job of working together and standing strong so that China can’t… play the angles and divide us one against the other.”

“There’s been a bit of competition, amongst friends, because we are capitalist democracies… especially given the extraordinary economic opportunity of the rising Chinese middle class,” he said, all but admitting that economic benefits outweigh the West’s publicly stated concerns about China’s alleged human rights abuses and “coercive” behavior.

“We’ve been competing and China has been from time to time very cleverly playing us off each other in an open market competitive way.”

There are some global issues, such as climate change, that Canada must continue to work with China, Trudeau noted. But in order to compete with China economically, all “like-minded countries” should pull together, coordinate, and “show a united front,” he said.

If Canada wants to compete with China economically, then maybe they should produce high quality products at reasonable prices?

Every complaint that the West has about China basically comes down to: “these small eye people are behaving normally and in a serious manner and that makes them a productive and successful country.”

You won’t find Xi Jinping doing this:

And you’re not going to find Justin Trudeau doing this:

Maybe the key to China’s success is that they actually behave like serious people?

Has that been considered by anyone?