Trudeau social media photo excludes Chinese-Canadian leader linked to Communist Party – LifeSite

(LifeSiteNews) – A photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with a known acquaintance of the director of the Chinese Communist Party-linked United Front was cropped to not show the man when posted to Trudeau’s official X account.

The photo shows Trudeau with Ken Ng, the head of the Federation of Chinese Canadians in Markham (FCCM), along with independent journalist Andy Lee and another woman. However, the photo on Trudeau’s X account has Ng’s face cut out, leaving only the image of the two women and Trudeau.

The photo posted June 29 to Trudeau’s X account was taken during the Taste of Asia festival in Markham, Ontario at the end of June. Besides the cropped photo, footage showing Trudeau dancing wildly also made waves on social media.

The photo with Ng was originally posted by Andy Lee on X, who wrote, “People are asking who the man is shadowing Trudeau at his Taste of Asia dance party.”

“It’s the head of the Federation of Chinese Canadians in Markham (FCCM) Ken Ng, acquaintance of United Front director Qiu Yuanping and Consul General Han Tao. Always keep an eye on your assets,” she wrote.

Ng’s ties with the director of the United Front paint a worrisome picture of how Trudeau and his Liberal Party seems to be mingling with people close to the CCP while ongoing investigations are being conducted regarding foreign election interference.

The United Front is a group that is known to work to advance the interests of the CCP abroad.

Ng is known to be a friend of Counsel Han Tao, who, as reported by the Bureau in December 2023, in a secret audio recording attained by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), had been mingling with CCP agents in a scheme to make sure the Liberal’s won the 2021 federal election.

As for the FCCM, it is known to be a “united front” linked group and a pro-communist group based in Markham and has actively been promoting Communist China for years.

Ng was listed as a Trudeau donor in the 2015 election and has been known to speak positively of the CCP.

Trudeau has praised China for its “basic dictatorship” and has labeled the authoritarian nation as his favorite country other than his own.

Trudeau has been coy and has never explicitly stated whether he was ever told by CSIS that the CCP agents’ actions were in breach of the nation’s Elections Act.

However, a few months ago, the head of Canada’s intelligence agency testified under oath that he gave Trudeau multiple warnings that agents of the CCP were going after Conservative MPs, yet the prime minister has denied receiving these warnings.

LifeSiteNews reported that details from the “top secret” memo have shown that Trudeau’s office was giving explicit warnings by Canadian intelligence that agents of the CCP were an “existential threat to Canadian democracy.”

The Foreign Interference Commission was convened to “examine and assess the interference by China, Russia, and other foreign states or non-state actors, including any potential impacts, to confirm the integrity of, and any impacts on, the 43rd and 44th general elections (2019 and 2021 elections) at the national and electoral district levels.”

The commission is headed by Justice Marie-Josée Hogue, who had earlier said she and her lawyers will remain “impartial” and will not be influenced by politics.

In January, Hogue said that she would “uncover the truth whatever it may be.”

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