Retired Spy Says He Has ‘Evidence’ Of Chinese Communists’ 30-Year Infiltration Into Canadian Gov’t

According to testimony from retired spy Michel Juneau-Katsuya, as reported by Blacklock’s Reporter, he claims to have ‘evidence’ of Chinese Communist infiltration into the Canadian government over the last 30 years.

A retired Canadian spy said every federal government for at least the last 30 years has been “compromised by agents of Communist China” at some point, noting that he is prepared to name “names” and provide “evidence” to prove his claim.

During a recent meeting of the House of Commons ethics committee, Michel Juneau-Katsuya, who used to work for the Asia-Pacific desk for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), noted some federal ridings were “hunting grounds” for Chinese Communist agents.

“We have seen similar ridings constantly being targeted particularly where there was a great number of Chinese Canadian residents,” testified Juneau-Katsuya, as per Blacklock’s Reporter.

“These are the hunting grounds of the consular offices,” he added.

Juneau-Katsuya was asked by Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) MP Michael Barrett if he could provide the committee with the ridings he was referring to, as well as any “evidence of interference” or “or “evidence that Canadian governments have been informed of these activities.”

In reply, the former spy said that “yes” he could try to “put it together.”

“We have evidence, names, circumstances when all this happened,” Juneau-Katsuya said.

The former spy then opened up more, saying CSIS has known about Chinese foreign interference in Canada for “at least the last 30 years.”

“Every federal government from Mr. (Brian) Mulroney to Mr. (Justin) Trudeau today has been compromised by agents of Communist China. Every government was informed at one point or another,” he said.

There have been months of intelligence document leaks suggesting that Chinese spies are meddling in Canada.

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  1. Chou En-lai was once asked by Dr. Kissinger what he thought of the French Revolution. Chou said, “It’s too early to tell.” The Chinese think in time spans rarely considered by the West.

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