D.卡尔顿 罗西
D. Carlton Rossi

National Security


How the East was Won

The reader may recall that in 2003, at a time between the arrest of Sun and his trial, the author set up fifty websites on Webspawner. They were set-up so that if one were compromised then the others would survive. SUN Dawu could not speak for himself as he was held incommunicado and his website shut down; however, many others--including the author--came to his defence. The author tried to hire the leading, international, human rights lawyer from New York to plead Sun's case. The author's audience at that time were Chinese. Sun was portrayed by the author as he saw him; namely, a Confucian entrepreneur of integrity. Images of Sun, as well as his name, were censored by Chinese authorities so the author provided them on his sites. In retrospect, it is clear that Sun was among the leaders of the civil rights movement in China which began in 2003.

Over the years though the author cultivated a western audience by concentrating on Dawu Group's Private Family Enterprise System established in 2004 with its elections every two years, the model village to become a city established at the Xushui County, Hebei location and the prosperity of an enterprise oriented to people rather than profits. There have been subsequently other private family enterprise systems set-up in China, but Dawu Group's was the first. In 2015 and 2016, for example, Sun attended two conferences held in Beijing which attracted both Chinese and international interest. It is clear that the Dawu Group's system is oriented to the peasant base as well as the peasant migrating workers; although, other systems may have different orientations.

Generally speaking, though, Canadian governments have ignored peasant issues in China, the efficacy and efficiency of Chinese entrepreneurship and the model of rule of law and constitutionalism as established by the Dawu Group in 2004 which has resulted in six democratic elections. In theory, there is an understanding of how private enterprise creates jobs--perhaps 80% of new jobs in China, but in practice there is a continuing reliance on top down models that begin with the Canada-China Business Council (CCBC) and elitist Canadian executives of major corporations. The result is that private entrepreurship in Canada is struggling to survive.

There has been only lip service paid by the Canadian government and unwarranted comments made by the CCBC in the dire cases of John Chang and his wife who are Canadian entrepreneurs arrested for an alleged commercial violation and then charged criminally when they professed their innocence rather than confess. The former conservative Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and the current Liberal government made the case of the billionaire and CCP member Xiao Jianhua a priority since they wish to diversify and intensify trade with China as a supplement to free-trade under NAFTA. However, they marginalized the case of John Chang through indifference. The author whole-heartedly supports the Chang family because it reminds him of the case of SUN Dawu which involved private, family entrepreneurs involved in farming who produced a first-class product, but who were oppressed by a corrupt system.

It was apparent in China that as power was concentrated in the body of one Party and the hands of one, core leader that opposition was not tolerated. The purge may have begun earlier with the Falun Gong, but it now extends to any source of opposition which included religious minorities, press, constitutionalists, lawyers, peasants and civil rights activists among others. The reality of modern China is that lawyers and the military must pledge sole allegiance to the Party. Imagine this situation happening in a Canada where lawyers do not pledge to uphold the constitution and rule of law and the military does not pledge to defend Canada, but both groups pledge to be loyal to a particular Party.

Currently, the concerns of the author centre on Canada and how a Chinese totalitarian system may impact our country. The Chinese government says to us that western support of human rights in China involves interference. It pledges that if we do not press this issue then it will not interfere in our internal affairs. However, keep in mind that Chinese interference in Canadian affairs is rarely direct but rather indirect and less obvious. For example, the Chinese Ambassador to Canada says to Canadians not to politicize the case of John Chang who is a Canadian citizen--since it is an internal matter. The author respectfully replies that that depends on the definition of politicization. To the author the morphing of a civil case falling under GATT commercial rules at the time of "exploratory" China-Canada free-trade talks to a criminal case of smuggling which may result in a life sentence is a classic example of politicization.

In terms of the political situation in Canada with regard to foreign policy the author is disenchanted. Both the Conservative and Liberal Parties supported BO Xilai and his Mafia henchman until they were arrested. The repercussions are still being felt in Chongqing with the dismissal of SUN Zhengcai who was recently the Communist Party secretary of Chongqing and is under investigation over suspected “grave violations of discipline". "Sun also came under political pressure this year after party inspectors accused him and other Chongqing officials of not doing enough to root out the “toxic residue” of Mr. Bo’s influence".

The strongest opposition to FIPA or the Foreign Investment Protection Agreement came from the NDP and the Green Party. However, FIPA was passed by the Conservative government of Harper with virtually no debate. The Liberal Party has used FIPA as the basis to conduct "exploratory" free-trade talks with the Chinese. The author does not understand how the current Liberal leader of a so-called liberal party is cozing up to a communist dictator of the CCP, state-owned monopolies of China and billionaries affiliated with the Party or sympathetic to the Party. The leader of the Liberal Party seems enamoured if that is the correct term with the Core Leader of China and with regard to the prospects of China-Canada free-trade which is progressing with a full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes approach.

Recently, the Conservative Party led by Scheer has adopted an opposition to free-trade platform based principally on security issues. They have also co-opted environmentalist issues of the Green Party and labour concerns of the NDP. The Chinese authorities reacted strongly to the Conservative platform, though, this shouldn't be inferred as an example of politicized interference or should it? However, in the Conservative platform there is no mention of the FIPA agreement as if they wish to satisfy Harper conservatives on the matter. However, FIPA is the root of the issue and needs to be readdressed. The Conservative Party cannot truly distinguish itself from the Liberal Party unless they disavow the China-Canada FIPA and distance themselves from Mulroney.

With respect to the Liberal government's foreign policy with regard to the United States it seems to be that they can't relate to a President who makes decisions on whim and who flouts rule of law and apparently flaunts obstruction of justice. Therefore, they try to connect with those who might influence the President. Perhaps few of them recognized that President Trump may be the first president who became a lame duck on the day of inauguration because he lost credibility and trust when he presented an alternate version of real rain at the time of his speech and the number of people in attendance.

The Liberal government instead prefers to deal with a dictatorial leader of China because he can get things done without opposition. They called on the pre-Harper, conservative, former Prime Minister Mulroney to help introduce them to influential Republicans in the United States. However, he is also used or is it vice-versa to advance the free-trade agenda with China?

Free-trade with China is not conducted to supplant trade with the United States, but rather to supplement it. For example, if Canada has had trouble with American special interest groups that want to protect their softwood lumber industry then turn to China which will solve this problem. Forget about how China promotes and protects its cement industry and steel industry rather than wood. Forget about how the company Sino-Forest which was dubbed "See No Forest" swindled Canadian investors on a mammoth scale. If you continue to pursue free-trade with China then you will see neither Canadian forest nor jobs.

The Liberal government has come to the conclusion that it is not productive to side with a low-level Communist. It must support the highest level Communist. Incidentally, that leader makes decisions on whim, flouts rule of law and launches an anti-corruption program which never seems to end or run out of prosecuting corruption cases--especially of political opponents.

At any rate, the author now concentrates on how Canada and Canadians may be affected deleteriously in three ways; namely, by FIPA, China-Canada Free-Trade and a potential extradition treaty. FIPA has taken away our sovereignty. China-Canada Free-Trade will take away our souls which to the materialist Chinese government do not exist. Finally, an extradition treaty will undermine the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Through a series of strategic acquisitions the Chinese government will weaken Canadian sovereignty and Canada's ability to guard itself. It has already impinged on and infringed upon Canadian sovereignty and protection in the fentanyl crisis, by the virtual dismantling of Northern Telecom and the hacking of the National Research Council to name just a few circumstances.

In conclusion, the author will briefly explain the title. Perhaps the reader thinks he has made an error and that it should read "How the West was Won" since we regard ourselves as of the West. You will recall that the eastern civilization moved west to the American frontier through literally a slash and burn policy of trees, overwhelming numbers, treaty violations, mining exploitation and war with Native Indians. Canadians preferred a more "benign" starvation and cultural assimilation to colonize indigenous peoples.

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was established on July 1, 1921 or nearly 100 years ago. As such it may be the longest lived, continuous political party. It won over China through rebellions, revolutions, a famine and wars. It holds on to power through authoritariansim and ruthless treatment of opposition. In words, it says it is socialist, but in deeds it is a system of crony capitalism according to Minxing PEI which misappropriates public property and expands state-owned companies while in addition exhibiting unchecked political power as said by Yan SUN.

While direction is relative one must consider that North America is east to the Chinese if one considers the positon of the Pacific Ocean. The CCP now moves East to the shores of North America. It will use a form of asymmetrical warfare so subtle that Canadians and Americans will not even know who their enemy is. You will smile during the process of assimilation without even realizing what is happening. You will be overwhelmed by a ruthlessly corrupt, authoritarian regime and welcome it. You will bask in sunshine while your land, resources and water are appropriated and your innocence is expropriated.

D.卡尔顿 罗西


Former Political Star in China Is Under Party Investigation


JULY 24, 2017


"An overwhelming majority of Canadians oppose the sale of two domestic technology companies with military customers to Chinese investors and believe these takeovers should be a top priority for national security reviews...." Nearly four in five Canadians oppose the sale of Montreal's ITF. "ITF once participated in a university-level research project with a Canadian spy agency on the science behind making messages more resistant to hacking.which uses quantum cryptography to make advances in a field where experts try to produce coded messages that are difficult or impossible to crack."


China sets new record for quantum entanglement
en route to build new communication network

China has scored a victory against hackers and spooks as it surges ahead of other world powers in a new kind of space race.

Nick Whigham


In a bid to build an entirely new kind of internet — completely secure and impervious to hackers — China has pulled off a major feat in particle physics.

It appears to the author that some of the technology used by the Chinese to develop hack proof communication technology using quantum entanglement may have been developed at ITF Technologies. If this supposition is true then the Chinese have a leading edge in both the commercial and military application of this technology. It may mean that the recent agreement signed by the Liberal government for both Canadians and Chinese to refrain from hacking each other in the commercial area may be mute on the Canadian side if they will not have the capability to hack Chinese commercial sites. It also appears the Liberal government sacrificed Norsat International to get the agreement.
Norsat International's products and services are used extensively by telecommunications services providers, emergency services and homeland security agencies, military organizations, health care providers, news organizations and Fortune 1000 companies. Customers include NATO, the United States Department of Defense, Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Air Force; FOX News, CBS News; Boeing, Reuters, Motorola, TESSCO, General Dynamics and others.

In other words, the purchase of ITF and Norsat International seem to go hand in hand. The Chinese may want to forestall and prevent through patent law the above organizations from using quantum entanglement methods which they have developed. Furthermore, they may wish to build an internet firewall around the PRC to keep out foreign ideas of human rights, rule of law and constitutionalism.

Poll finds most Canadians oppose sale of high-tech firms to China



July 3, 2017


CSIS, Defence warned Ottawa on China laser technology deal


OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail

Jan. 23, 2017


China sets new record for quantum entanglement
en route to build new communication network

Nick Whigham



Canadians are very, very angry about the sale of ITF.  However, if you want a bit of cheer then console yourself that the Chinese have not perfected the "Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator" or planet-killing laser cannon created by Marvin the Martian over a period of 2000 years.


Marvin the Martian and Bugs Bunny
Warner Brothers Animation (C)
Educational Purposes only

Marvin the Martian in Space Modulator



Marvin the Martin's Laser Beam song

Marvin the Martian and Bugs Bunny
Warner Brothers Animation (C)
Educational Purposes only



Canada and China strike corporate hacking deal

Robert Fife And Steven Chase

OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail

June 26, 2017

"The two sides agreed that neither country’s government would conduct or knowingly support cyber-enabled theft of intellectual property, including trade secrets or other confidential business information, with the intent of providing competitive advantages to companies or commercial sectors,” an official communiqué drawn up between China and Canada says.

For years, according to U.S. officials, Chinese hackers have stolen valuable intellectual property and other business secrets from Western high-tech firms, drug makers, financial institutions and other companies.


                     Security Agreement on Intellectual Property

This agreement is meaningless for the following reasons.

1. China has already stolen trade secrets in a flurry of activity since China-Canada free-trade talks were announced last fall. 

They have already got what they wanted. This agreement is like closing the barn door after the horses have left.

The author will cite three examples from personal experience of Chinese methods to secure sensitive data from Canadian sources.

a) Chinese nationals were rummaging the scrap metal bins of Alberta pipeline companies. The purpose was to secure samples of non-corrosive steel pipe. This behaviour was reported to the Canadian embassy in Beijing. However, within a day, it was clear to the author that there had been a leak at the embassy so that the source was now aware of the report.

b) The author met a Chinese individual at the University of Waterloo. He held a masters degree in library studies. He was researching processes that could be reverse engineered. He reported to a Washington firm.

c) Contiguous to the Graduate School in the Chaoyang District of Beijing was the Lido Fandian or four star hotel. At the time there was a popular Starbucks where foreigners congregated. The staff was brazen enough to install listening devices in the false ceiling as the author sat enjoying his coffee. There were also listening devices planted in the bushes along the walkway near the hotel.

2. Canada does not steal trade secrets from China

Why would Canada steal trade secrets from the Chinese? It would only be acquiring trade secrets that had already been stolen from Canada or other foreign countries? Therefore, what concession did Canada have to make to secure this agreement. The Chinese give nothing for free. They are expert negotiators.

3. The source of hacks is mostly anonymous

The WannaCry virus spread quickly throughout the world within a matter of hours. It is conjectured that its source was China because of the language used. Indeed, China is where most bit mining is done. How does Canada know that this virus or others like it are not state-sponsored or approved? There is no Made in China stamp on any virus program.

4. Wishful thinking

A senior government official, who took part in Friday’s talks, said the agreement should nevertheless be seen as a potentially important step toward addressing the broader problem of Chinese espionage.

“This is something that three or four years ago [Beijing] would not even have entertained in the conversation,” according to the official, who is not authorized to speak on the record for the government.

No wonder the senior government official is unnamed. If anyone thinks that Chinese espionage will be curtailed then they need a reality check.

This kind of thinking is similar to those who believe that a Canadian program to train Chinese lawyers will help promote rule of law in China. It isn't happening. Human rights lawyers and their lawyers and their lawyers are arrested and sentenced. As of March 22, 2012 lawyers must pledge allegiance to the CCP.

"In its ongoing efforts to tie the Chinese legal profession as tight as possible to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), China’s Ministry of Justice (MOJ), the government agency that oversees the legal profession, announced its new initiative on Wednesday: every new lawyer in China must pledge allegiance to the CCP."


5.  Buy Sensitive Firms without full Security Review

Why should China hack Canada's most sophisticated firms when it is allowed willy-nilly to buy firms without a full security review on the excuse of protectionism? 

"The Hytera-Norsat approval comes just three months after Bains gave the go-ahead to Hong Kong-based O-Net Communications to buy out Montreal's ITF Technologies. ITF makes fibre-laser technology for communications and industry which can be used in direct-energy weapons."

6.. Compensation

The theft of intellectual property, including trade secrets or other confidential business information comes at a cost to Canadian businesses and enterprises. Canadian don't want empty promises about how the Chinese won't steal intellectual property in the future. We want compensation for what they have already stolen. For example, the demise of Northern Telecom as Canada's leading hi-tech company began with the theft of trade secrets. We want more, more, and more. We want billions and billions, and billions of dollars in compensation for all theft of intellectual property over the decades.

D.卡尔顿 罗西


                                                  Take me to your leader!


Marvin the Martian and Bugs Bunny
Warner Brothers Animation (C)
Educational Purposes only


June 29, 2017    

Did the Liberal government with its platform of hugs for thugs really trade-away Norsat for a limited hacking agreement in secret exploratory free-trade talks before the summer doldrums?

The Village Twit

D. Carlton Rossi   2017  (C)

Strategic Acquisition