Trudeau to give China Millions of Tax Dollars to build “Asian infrastructure”

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been known to spend tax dollars on foreign countries, Canada is last on the list, Iraq will receive a $200 million loan to kick-start their broken war-torn economy.

Now documents received by The Rebel Media show Trudeau will send taxpayers money to Chinese Banks to help build “Asian infrastructure”.

Through an Access to Information request, we received troubling documents about a new globalist investment bank started by the dictatorship of China, called the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

China didn’t invent world banks. The U.S. government did. The World Bank provided credit where the local industry or even the country in question couldn’t get loans. It has helped build the world.

So you can see why China would want to get in on this game. Their new bank is specifically about buying up Asia. Naturally, the U.S. is trying to dissuade other countries from joining.

That brings me back to the documentation we received. Canada has been invited to join, and Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau replied in part:

“Canada sees the benefit of investing in high-quality infrastructure backed by sound policies, which is essential for sustaining growth in the Asia Pacific region. Improved regional infrastructure in Asia will serve to strengthen the Canadian economy.”

Canadian taxpayers, without being consulted, will invest in infrastructure in China or Bangladesh?

Would you put your life savings into a dam in Turkmenistan, into a bank run by the Chinese Communist Party?

Why does Trudeau actually care more about Chinese infrastructure than Canadian infrastructure?

And the most obvious point:

Canada is in debt. Why isn’t China investing here, in Canada?

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