Skip to comments.What Is China Really up to on Canadian Soil? A Woman's Brutal Murder Sheds Light on a Cult and a Disturbing Chinese Spy Network
Posted on 04/09/2021 7:32:57 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
It’s a sunny day and you’re driving down a backcountry road far from any military bases. Out of nowhere, you spy several dozen adults in camouflage marching together as if they’re a military unit on patrol. That would be out of place enough by itself. Add to it that they appear to be clad in gear resembling that of another nation’s military. You’d probably grab your phone and capture video of the incident.
Salt Spring Island is a sleepy resort island off the Vancouver coast in British Columbia, Canada. You can only get there by ferry or seaplane. In June 2020, Canadians woke up to a pair of bizarre, seemingly unconnected events two years and 100 miles apart, including a mysterious murder.
The first incident was actually two years earlier, on St. Patrick’s Day in 2018. On that day, a man by the name of “Banana Joe” Clemente was driving down the road on Salt Spring Island when he spotted something very much out of place. Canadians are legendarily nice and not at all militarized. They don’t walk around carrying guns. In fact, the ownership of many firearms is prohibited by law. So imagine “Banana Joe’s” surprise when he spotted several dozen Chinese adults marching together down the road in camouflage gear as if they’re some kind of invasion force. He captured a brief video of the sighting, posted it to YouTube, and more or less forgot about it. The world took no notice of the strange camo troop marching double-file on Salt Spring Island.
(Excerpt) Read more at pjmedia.com ...
NOTE: The Murder Victim, a lady named Bo Fan died of her injuries on June 17, 2020. She was a Chinese citizen. Any murder in Surrey, a suburb of Vancouver stands out.
The homicide rate in nearby Vancouver ticked up during 2020 as it did across Canada and the United States, but it is still low by comparison to major U.S. cities.
There were just 14 murders in Vancouver, a city of 2.6 million, in all of 2020. Vancouver may be Canada’s most multicultural city, with 50% of its population Asian and an Indo/Middle Eastern population of over 500,000. It’s home to the world’s largest post-Shah Iranian diaspora population. It is not violent, and a murder in its suburbs is unusual.
Bo Fan’s brutal murder sparked a flurry of media reports as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) took charge of the investigation and offered updates. The Integrated Homicide Investigative Team (IHIT) appealed for leads from the public and suggested Fan’s murder had something to do with her job.
China’s Global News, CTV News, the CBC, and the South China Morning Post all published stories about Fan’s murder within days. Some of these outlets noted and reported on Fan’s connection to a group called Create Abundance. The group, founded in 2014 in China, is also known as Golden Touch, and rebranded itself in 2018 as The Global Spiritualists Association (TGSA).
THIS GROUP’s CONNECTION TO THE CCP SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED !
It’s certainly understandable that the Butchers of Beijing see Canada as a soft touch.
Rightfully so. Especially with the empty haircut being PM.
they all have camo on but no covers, and by the looks of the hair, a big part of the group are GIRLS!!!
China is all over trying to infiltrate. Do a search on 1,000 talents and arrest. It will wake you up better than coffee
They don’t remember north Korea in 51 real well then.
So my question is: has Canada's sense of decency...of duty...slipped since 1951 as much as ours has? If so the Butchers of Beijing would see Trudeau to be as weak as they surely see Plugs.
China is prepping its military to wage war on us. America is prepping our military to have purple hair and engage in faggotry.
Looks like a Chicom version of the Moonies.
There was a story her on FR about Chinese troops. China was asking Trudeau if they could send a couple hundred soldiers so that they could do some cold weather training.
As far as I know there was no follow up story.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.