very Canadian prime minister over the past 40 years has allegedly been compromised by agents working for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), according to Michel Juneau-Katsuya, the former chief of the Asia-Pacific desk at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).
Juneau-Katsuya commented during an interview with Canada’s CBC News on March 19 in response to revelations made in a soon-to-be-released book, “The Mosaic Effect: How the Chinese Communist Party Started a Hybrid War in America’s Backyard.”
The book, authored by journalist Ina Mitchell and intelligence expert Scott McGregor, alleges that the United States ran a secret probe—Operation Dragon Lord—into CCP activities in Canada in the 1990s that found China’s alleged infiltration of the nation’s government posed a major security risk to the United States.
Juneau-Katsuya claimed that he was aware of the U.S. probe into the alleged CCP infiltration, but Canadian policymakers ignored warnings from him and other intelligence officials for decades.
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