Now that former President Trump is no longer in office, ostensibly, it’s now fashionable to join him in condemning the Chinese genocide of the Uighur population. The Trump Administration was the first to label Chinese treatment of the Uighurs as genocide. Now, the Canadian House has voted unanimously to do identically tantamount. What’s more, the declaration calls on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to abstract the 2022 Olympic games from China if the genocide perpetuates.
The Trudeau government abstained from the vote.
Wow. Passed 266-0 in Canada with Trudeau's regime abstaining:“The House consequently agnize that a genocide is currently being carried out by the People’s Republic of China… and calls upon the International Olympic Committee to move the 2022 Olympic games" if it perpetuates.The move follows calls from Erin O’Toole, the bellwether of the Official Opposition of Canada and bellwether of the Conservative Party of Canada, to divest the 2022 Olympics away from Beijing.
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“I cerebrate Canadians would concur that it would contravene macrocosmic fundamental ethical principles to participate in an Olympic Games hosted by a country that is committing a genocide against part of its population,” O’Toole said at a press conference.
O’Toole integrated, “It’s only if [relocation] is not possible and there’s no transmutation in conduct by the state of China that we should examine whether our athletes compete.” The abstention of the Trudeau regime purloins the declaration of some much-needed teeth. Also, as Outkick points out, the declaration would have much more weight if any of the pro sports leagues who do business with China, eminently the NBA, would integrate their fortification to the resolution.
Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.