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Published on 21 Feb 2020 / In News and Politics

Scheer says pipeline protests 'illegal;' Trudeau won't tell police what to do

Amid pressure to end Indigenous protest blockades of vital Canadian rail links, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the disruptions must be resolved through dialogue, not by ordering in the police.

Trudeau acknowledged the difficulties the blockades have caused for travellers and businesses, but he made it clear Friday the federal government had no plans to make the RCMP dismantle them.

“We are not the kind of country where politicians get to tell the police what to do in operational matters,” Trudeau said in Munich, Germany, where he was attending a global security conference.

“We are a country that recognizes the right to protest, but we are a country of the rule of law. And we will ensure that everything is done to resolve this through dialogue and constructive outcomes.”


Andrew Scheer ramps up calls to use police to end the Wet’suwet’en protests

Andrew Scheer is ratcheting up pressure on the federal Liberals to stop the Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests — disrupting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s calls for calm dialogue and sharply defining the Conservative party’s stance on Indigenous reconciliation.

Scheer has faced criticism for comments last week that Indigenous protesters and their allies need to “check their privilege” and end demonstrations that have ground rail transport to a halt in parts of the country.


Huawei not owned by its Employees, State Ownership likely: Research Paper

In the past couple of years, Huawei has been under scrutiny, especially regarding its possible ties with the Chinese Government. The company has dodged these claims so far by repeating that it “is a private company wholly owned by its employees,” with an “Employee Shareholding Scheme that involves 96,768 employee shareholders.”

The research paper throws light on the fact that 100% of Huawei is owned by a holding company called Huawei Investment and Holding. Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei actually owns only about 1.14% of this holding company, while the remaining ~99% is owned by an entity called ‘trade union committee’.


Vodafone Found Hidden Backdoors in Huawei Equipment

While the carrier says the issues found in 2011 and 2012 were resolved at the time, the revelation may further damage the reputation of a Chinese powerhouse


Huawei Security Scandal: Everything You Need to Know

The story so far

There is growing concern about Huawei from governments around the world. So much so, that many have blocked telecoms companies from using Huawei gear in next-generation 5G mobile networks.


The Dangers Of 5G – 11 Reasons To Be Concerned

5G Radiation Dangers - 11 Reasons To Be Concerned |
The USA is currently leading the way on 5G. At the June 2016 press conference where the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) head Tom Wheeler announced the opening up of low, mid and high spectrum’s. There was no mention of health effects whatsoever.
But the dangers are real.Thousands of studies link low-level wireless radio frequency radiation exposures to a long list of adverse biological effects,including: DNA single and double strand breaks oxidative damage disruption of cell metabolism increased blood brain barrier permeability melatonin reduction disruption to brain glucose metabolism generation of stress proteins.
Let’s not also forget that in 2011 the World Health Organization(WHO) classified radio frequency radiation as a possible 2B carcinogen.


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