China's $1 Trillion New Silk Road Investment Gets Frontal Canadian Media Insults

Canada used to sport very high moral standards until it allowed the supply of deadly weapons into Saudi Arabia just so the latter could kill thousands of hapless Yemeni civilians.

Now, it is intruding into another conflict it knows nothing about.

Because if it did, the Canadian Media may be more circumspect in its criticism against a singular effort to transform the planet into a world free of wars and hunger.

Instead, they are just making themselves the laughingstock of Asia…

Wang Yi stridently rebuffed the questions of a Canadian journalist, after she asked Wang’s counterpart about Canada’s stance on the human rights record of China.

Foreign Minister Wang scolded the journalist on Wednesday, during a joint news conference in Ottawa with the Chinese minister’s Canadian counterpart Stephane Dion, calling the question, “full of prejudice and arrogance,” and adding that, “this is totally unacceptable.”

Wang’s remarks came after the IPolitics journalist asked Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion a question regarding Canada’s relations with China.

Speaking in front of the Chinese representative, the journalist asked  his Canadian counterpart Dion: “There’s no shortage of concerns about China’s treatment of human rights, including… detention of [Canadian citizen] Kevin Garratt, not to mention its territorial ambitions in South China Sea.”

“Given these concerns,” the journalist continued, “why is Canada pursuing closer ties with China and how does [Canada] plan to use these relationships to improve human rights and security in the region?”

Visibly insulted by the reporter’s question, Wang asked the journalist whether she had been to China, and whether she knew that China “has written protection and promotion of human rights in its constitution?”

“Do you know that China lifted more than 600 million people out of poverty?” he asked, adding that China recently became the world’s second largest economy.

Chinese Foreign minister Wang Yi

“So I would like to suggest to you that please don’t ask questions in such an irresponsible manner,” he said.

The importance of Wang’s visit to Canada, during which Canada seeks to improve relations by pursuing a deregulated-trade deal with the world’s highest-populated country, was underscored by the Chinese foreign minister’s meeting not only with his Canadian counterpart, but also with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The Canadian citizen mentioned by the journalist, Kevin Garratt, was detained in China in 2014 on espionage charges. Garratt ran a Christian-themed coffee shop near the Chinese-North Korean border. China claims Garratt has been formally charged.

Kevin Garratt

Earlier in 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping admitted the country had “room for improvement” on human rights, after being asked a similar question by a British journalist during a London visit.

As far as we knew, Western Media is part of the geopolitical tool that is being used to destroy the reputation of all non-conformist nations on the planet.

Earlier, no less than the bogus Queen of England, the supposed owner of Canada, purposely leaked her frustrations over Chinese diplomats for being rude during Xi Jinping’s state visit to her kingdom.

The truth of the matter is, these highfalutin megalomaniacs are not happy being challenged and dislodged from their privileged global status. They have literally reduced themselves to being crying babies running out of candies.

China’s effort to revive the ancient Silk Road with present day technologies has gone past the drawing board and is already being implemented across the Eurasian and African continents. This she’s doing while the high flying Western governments are trying their best to put more fuel into the still burning established conflict zones everywhere.

These parasites could not stand looking at somebody who’s been going around building bridges…

“Beijing looks to garner international favor through a massive investment effort in Europe and Asia.

China is now nearly three years into Xi Jinping’s cooperative development strategy with European partners known as “One Belt, One Road,” or the “New Silk Road.” The plan is part of China’s push to leverage their economic potential to maximize geopolitical influence.

The plan has two parts – the land-based Silk Road Economic Belt and the oceangoing Maritime Silk Road.

The land-based project includes countries situated along the original Silk Road through Central Asia, West Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, and calls for greater integration with the hopes of developing a cohesive economic zone.

The complimentary Maritime Silk Road Initiative expands the project through several contiguous bodies of water, including the South China Sea, the South Pacific Ocean, and the Indian Ocean, as a means to blunt US inroads into China’s regional economic hegemony.

The centerpiece of the project is the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a corollary to the US-backed World Bank that provides China an outlet to influence regional policy while granting European investors opportunities for investment.

In its first years, over $200 billion of infrastructure projects have been planned for construction and another $1 trillion in projects are on the horizon, dwarfing US foreign investment by several orders of magnitude.

A proliferation of economic prosperity to purchase political goodwill is not novel, as many compare the Chinese effort to the post-World War II Marshall Plan, an enormous investment effort into Europe ostensibly to prevent the continent from becoming communist and becoming a satellite region in the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence.

More recently, China has employed a similar strategy in Africa, leading many of the continent’s countries to support Beijing’s positions in the United Nations and, in Afghanistan, to garner Kabul’s support for China’s territorial positions in the South China Sea dispute.

As the US continues to expend resources to maintain its sphere of influence in the West by bankrolling NATO, despite growing economic deficits, regional advances by China leave Washington scrambling.

As part of the effort to counter Chinese influence, US President Barack Obama spent last week on a tour of Asia, offering concessions to Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang in the form of eliminating a five-decade arms embargo and bowing to Japan’s Shinzo Abe while apologizing for the atomic holocaust visited upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Washington looks to fritter away millions of American jobs to China’s neighbors with the hotly-debated Trans-Pacific Partnership deregulated-trade agreement, despite massive voter opposition to the arrangement. President Obama has expressed his intent to force the job-killing measure through procedural technicality at the end of his presidency, simply to counter China.

On Thursday, Radio Sputnik sat down with New York University professor Ann Lee, an expert in China’s economic relations, to discuss Beijing’s ongoing moves to checkmate Washington on the global stage.

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“China is using its influence as a means to an end, which is political influence, but that is the long game,” explained Lee. “China is following what the US did with the Marshall Plan, which was an economic measure to boost Europe’s economic activity, but it was also a means to an end to prevent Europe from falling into Communism and Russia’s sphere of influence politically, and so this has a lot of precedence and China is basically following in the same footsteps.”

Lee explained that the US and Europe are engaging in financial statecraft throughout the world, citing IMF and World Bank loans that require recipient countries to agree to terms that include opening up their financial markets, adopting certain governing principles, and adhering to human rights standards.

How has the New Silk Road impacted Chinese-European relations?

“I would say that relations are warming,” said the professor. “China has been pretty assertive about going to Europe with various deals. They have already announced deals with Scotland, Italy, and many countries.”

Lee suggested that Europe has a lot to be gained by the arrangement, given the continent’s stagnating economy and the desire to explore emerging markets.

“China is offering a way for Europe to reach these markets, so for both sides it is a win-win, and it is fair to say that both sides would only engage in these negotiations if they see benefits to themselves,” said Lee.

What stands in the way of expanding relations between China and Russia?

US President Barack Obama

“I think it would mostly be the US taking objection,” noted the professor. “We saw the US objecting to Europe taking part in China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and we’ll likely continue to see the US continue to provide obstacles to prevent Europe from getting too close to China.”

This morally upright endeavor to bring peace and progress across the globe is being deterred only by Khazarian Mafiosi still in control of some Western political and financial infrastructures whom the Western population should have neutralized a few years ago.

So, instead of barking at the wrong tree, Western pundits should expose their homegrown slave masters and rally the people against the right target.

You can actually participate in the global efforts to cripple the Deep State organized criminal cabal's ability for genocide, while enjoying healthcare freedom at the same time, by boycotting Big Pharma for good.

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