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[评论]习近平会见杜鲁多总理:发展道路,只能由本国决定

DKnight

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杜鲁多总理会见习近平
12月5日,国家主席习近平在北京钓鱼台国宾馆会见加拿大总理特鲁多。 新华社记者 谢环驰 摄
新华社北京12月5日电(记者白洁)国家主席习近平5日在钓鱼台国宾馆会见加拿大总理特鲁多。
习近平欢迎特鲁多再次访华。习近平指出,中加两国领导人保持密切交往,对两国关系发展起到了重要引领作用。中加两国各有优势,互补性强,合作潜力巨大。希望双方拓宽思路,采取积极措施,推动两国关系取得更多实实在在的成果。
习近平强调,增进政治互信是国与国关系稳定发展的前提。一个国家的发展道路,只能由这个国家的人民自己决定。中加政治制度不同,但双方完全可以相互尊重,求同存异,加强合作,扩大交流,给两国人民带来更大利益。
习近平指出,中加双方要扩大务实合作,充分挖掘合作潜力,在能源资源、科技创新、航空交通、金融服务、现代农业、清洁技术等领域打造更多合作亮点。中方愿继续支持有实力的中国企业赴加拿大投资,也欢迎加拿大企业积极参与“一带一路”建设。中加两国人民有着深厚的传统友谊。双方要加强教育、文化、旅游、体育等领域交流合作,使中加友好更加深入人心。双方要办好2018中加旅游年,中方愿在筹办2022年冬奥会过程中借鉴加方先进经验。双方还要加强在气候变化等重要领域以及多边框架内的协调和合作,不断充实中加战略伙伴关系内涵。
特鲁多表示,我赞同习主席对加中关系的评价。加中友谊源远流长。近年来加中合作保持强劲发展势头,给两国人民带来了实际利益,也向国际社会发出了积极信息。加方致力于在相互尊重、相互信任的基础上深化同中方关系,加强两国经贸、人文等各领域交流合作,密切在重大全球和地区问题上沟通协调。
中共中央政治局委员、中央书记处书记、中央办公厅主任丁薛祥,中共中央政治局委员、国务委员杨洁篪等参加会见
一个国家的发展道路,只能由这个国家的人民自己决定。

习近平或许应该问问自己,到底是加拿大人民对自己国家发展道路决定权更多一些,还是中国人民决定自己国家道路多一些呢?
 
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土豆过去谈了死刑,人权,变性平权等等,简直脑残,你去谈生意的知道吗?穿个花袜子,一个中国人都没带就去跟中国谈生意了还妄想让中国接受你这白左世界观?看看西人报纸下面的评论吧加拿大人都骂翻了。
 

CCOYYOTEE

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特鲁多能够管好加拿大的事吗?自己国家的事都管不好,还要大包大揽难民的事。说句中国的俗语:自己的屁股流鲜血,还为他人医痔疮。
难民是笔大买卖。正常移民,只能吸收二流人才,一流人才轻易不愿意离开自己的祖国的。难民是一锅端了让你挑选甄选。看看目前在岗的这些加拿大难民出生的部长们,我们有几个技术移民,投资移民能赶上人家的?我们的孩子赶上人家都难。
历史上,加拿大一直就是一个难民国,开拓者就是法国呆不下去的难民,后来美国过来的保皇派也是美国呆不下去的难民。加拿大建国后一直不停地在吸收难民。

A Time Line
1776: 3,000 Black Loyalists, among them freemen and slaves, fled the oppression of the American Revolution and came to Canada.

1781: Butler’s Rangers, a military unit loyal to the Crown and based at Fort Niagara, settled some of the first Loyalist refugees from the United States in the Niagara peninsula, along the northern shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

1783: Sir Guy Carleton, Governor of the British Province of Quebec, and later to become Lord Dorchester, safely transported 35,000 Loyalist refugees from New York to Nova Scotia. Some settled in Quebec, and others in Kingston and Adolphustown in Ontario.

1789: Lord Dorchester, Governor-in-Chief of British North America, gave official recognition to the “First Loyalists” – those loyal to the Crown who fled the oppression of the American Revolution to settle in Nova Scotia and Quebec.

1793: Upper Canada became the first province in the British Empire to abolish slavery. In turn, over the course of the 19th century, thousands of black slaves escaped from the United States and came to Canada with the aid of the Underground Railroad, a Christian anti-slavery network.

Late 1700s: Scots Highlanders, refugees of the Highland Clearances during the modernization of Scotland, settled in Canada.

1830: Polish refugees fled to Canada to escape Russian oppression. The year 1858 marked the first significant mass migration of Poles escaping Prussian occupation in northern Poland.

1880-1914: Italians escaped the ravages of Italy’s unification as farmers were driven off their land as a result of the new Italian state reforms.

1880-1914: Thousands of persecuted Jews, fleeing pogroms in the Pale of Settlement, sought refuge in Canada.

1891: The migration of 170,000 Ukrainians began, mainly to flee oppression from areas under Austro-Hungarian rule, marking the first wave of Ukrainians seeking refuge in Canada.

1920-1939: The second wave of Ukrainians fled from Communism, civil war and Soviet occupation.

1945-1952: The third wave of Ukrainians fled Communist rule.

1947-1952: 250,000 displaced persons (DPs) from Central and Eastern Europe came to Canada, victims of both National Socialism (Nazism) and Communism, and Soviet occupation.

1950s: Canada admitted Palestinian Arabs, driven from their homeland by the Israeli-Arab war of 1948.

1950s-1970s: A significant influx of Middle Eastern and North African Jews fled to Canada.

1951: The United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees was created.

1956: 37,000 Hungarians escaped Soviet tyranny and found refuge in Canada.

1960: Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, whose grandfather was a German refugee of the Napoleonic Wars, introduced Canada’s first Bill of Rights.

1960s: Chinese refugees fled the Communist violence of the Cultural Revolution.

1968-1969: 11,000 Czech refugees fled the Soviet and Warsaw Pact Communist invasion.

1969: Canada signed the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and its Protocol, agreeing not to return a person to their country of origin if that person had grounds to fear persecution.

1970s: 7,000 Chilean and other Latin American refugees were allowed to stay in Canada after the violent overthrow of Salvador Allende’s government in 1973.

1970-1990: Deprived of political and religious freedom, 20,000 Soviet Jews settled in Canada.

1971: After decades of being denied adequate political representation in the central Pakistani government, thousands of Bengali Muslims came to Canada at the outbreak of the Bangladesh Liberation War.

1971-1972: Canada admitted some 228 Tibetans. These refugees, along with their fellow countrymen, were fleeing their homeland after China occupied it in 1959.

1972-1973: Following Idi Amin’s expulsion of Ugandan Asians, 7,000 Ismaili Muslims fled and were brought to Canada.

1978: Coming into force of the Immigration Act of 1976, which recognized refugees as a distinct class of immigrants. These changes also allowed Canadian citizens to privately sponsor refugees.

1979: Iranian refugees fled Iran following the overthrow of the Shah and the imposition of an Islamic Fundamentalist regime.

1979 -1980: More than 60,000 Boat People found refuge in Canada after the Communist victory in the Vietnam War.

1980s: Khmer Cambodians, victims of the Communist regime and the aftershocks of Communist victory in the Vietnam War, fled to Canada.

1982: The Constitution of Canada was amended to entrench the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

1985: Singh decision at the Supreme Court of Canada whereby rights under the Charter were extended to asylum seekers; led to the creation of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB).

1986: The United Nations awarded Canada the Nansen Medal for its outstanding humanitarian tradition of settling refugees.

1989: The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and new refugee determination system began work on January 1, 1989.

1990s: By the 1990s, asylum seekers came to Canada from all over the world, particularly Latin America, Eastern Europe and Africa.

1992: 5,000 Bosnian Muslims were admitted to Canada to escape the ethnic cleansing in the Yugoslav Civil War.

1999: Canada airlifted more than 5,000 Kosovars, most of whom were Muslim, to safety.

2002: Immigration and Refugee Protection Act came into force and set out main principles and features of the refugee protection program

2004: The Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the United States is established for responsibility sharing in processing refugee claims from nationals of third countries.

2006: Canada resettled over 3,900 Karen refugees from refugee camps in Thailand.

2008: Canada began the process of resettling more than 5,000 Bhutanese refugees over five years.

2010: Refugees from more than 140 countries were either resettled or were granted asylum in Canada.

2011: Canada expands its refugee resettlement programs by 20% over three years.

2012: Significant reforms were made to the asylum determination system under the Balanced Refugee Reform Act (BRRA) and the Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act (PCISA), including implementing the Refugee Appeal Division at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.

2015: Close to 6,600 Bhutanese refugees arrived in Canada. Canada completes a seven-year commitment and welcomes more than 23,000 Iraqi refugees. Canada commits to and begins resettling 25,000 Syrian refugees.

2017: Canada resettled more than 40,000 Syrian refugees between November 2015 and January 2017.
 

CCOYYOTEE

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土豆是太任性了。要求中国的企业按照加拿大的劳工 code 来生产产品,这个的确是脱离现实了。中国的人权保护,还是需要一个过程的,不可能一蹴而就啊。生意还得做,技术细节上可以去约束他们,促进他们更加人道地劳动保护,提高他们的法定最低工资标准。不做生意,就断了帮助中国老百姓的机会了。
 

Chinada

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2011-11-05
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现在特朗普关起门来自己玩,默克尔后院起火,英国脱欧,特鲁多自我感觉机会来了,要担当起整个西方自由世界的旗手的重任。

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所以西人都讽刺他称他”prime minister of the world”哈哈哈
讽刺他的头衔太多了,drama teacher, barbie boy, king of colorful socks,trutard,中国人叫他小土豆的事他们也都知道,说little potato got smashed。
哈哈哈哈哈评论超级好笑
 

Snowberry

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土豆过去谈了死刑,人权,变性平权等等,简直脑残,你去谈生意的知道吗?穿个花袜子,一个中国人都没带就去跟中国谈生意了还妄想让中国接受你这白左世界观?看看西人报纸下面的评论吧加拿大人都骂翻了。
白左世界观不要紧,还是一个落后西方国家的白左,谁鸟你啊?
换了以前黑左老奥和白左德国老默,中国还是很重视的。
加拿大都快把自己左成发达国家拖油瓶了,还指望中国要效法之,的确脑残!
 

Snowberry

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2015-11-11
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2017-12-06
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难民是笔大买卖。正常移民,只能吸收二流人才,一流人才轻易不愿意离开自己的祖国的。难民是一锅端了让你挑选甄选。看看目前在岗的这些加拿大难民出生的部长们,我们有几个技术移民,投资移民能赶上人家的?我们的孩子赶上人家都难。
历史上,加拿大一直就是一个难民国,开拓者就是法国呆不下去的难民,后来美国过来的保皇派也是美国呆不下去的难民。加拿大建国后一直不停地在吸收难民。

A Time Line
1776: 3,000 Black Loyalists, among them freemen and slaves, fled the oppression of the American Revolution and came to Canada.

1781: Butler’s Rangers, a military unit loyal to the Crown and based at Fort Niagara, settled some of the first Loyalist refugees from the United States in the Niagara peninsula, along the northern shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

1783: Sir Guy Carleton, Governor of the British Province of Quebec, and later to become Lord Dorchester, safely transported 35,000 Loyalist refugees from New York to Nova Scotia. Some settled in Quebec, and others in Kingston and Adolphustown in Ontario.

1789: Lord Dorchester, Governor-in-Chief of British North America, gave official recognition to the “First Loyalists” – those loyal to the Crown who fled the oppression of the American Revolution to settle in Nova Scotia and Quebec.

1793: Upper Canada became the first province in the British Empire to abolish slavery. In turn, over the course of the 19th century, thousands of black slaves escaped from the United States and came to Canada with the aid of the Underground Railroad, a Christian anti-slavery network.

Late 1700s: Scots Highlanders, refugees of the Highland Clearances during the modernization of Scotland, settled in Canada.

1830: Polish refugees fled to Canada to escape Russian oppression. The year 1858 marked the first significant mass migration of Poles escaping Prussian occupation in northern Poland.

1880-1914: Italians escaped the ravages of Italy’s unification as farmers were driven off their land as a result of the new Italian state reforms.

1880-1914: Thousands of persecuted Jews, fleeing pogroms in the Pale of Settlement, sought refuge in Canada.

1891: The migration of 170,000 Ukrainians began, mainly to flee oppression from areas under Austro-Hungarian rule, marking the first wave of Ukrainians seeking refuge in Canada.

1920-1939: The second wave of Ukrainians fled from Communism, civil war and Soviet occupation.

1945-1952: The third wave of Ukrainians fled Communist rule.

1947-1952: 250,000 displaced persons (DPs) from Central and Eastern Europe came to Canada, victims of both National Socialism (Nazism) and Communism, and Soviet occupation.

1950s: Canada admitted Palestinian Arabs, driven from their homeland by the Israeli-Arab war of 1948.

1950s-1970s: A significant influx of Middle Eastern and North African Jews fled to Canada.

1951: The United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees was created.

1956: 37,000 Hungarians escaped Soviet tyranny and found refuge in Canada.

1960: Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, whose grandfather was a German refugee of the Napoleonic Wars, introduced Canada’s first Bill of Rights.

1960s: Chinese refugees fled the Communist violence of the Cultural Revolution.

1968-1969: 11,000 Czech refugees fled the Soviet and Warsaw Pact Communist invasion.

1969: Canada signed the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and its Protocol, agreeing not to return a person to their country of origin if that person had grounds to fear persecution.

1970s: 7,000 Chilean and other Latin American refugees were allowed to stay in Canada after the violent overthrow of Salvador Allende’s government in 1973.

1970-1990: Deprived of political and religious freedom, 20,000 Soviet Jews settled in Canada.

1971: After decades of being denied adequate political representation in the central Pakistani government, thousands of Bengali Muslims came to Canada at the outbreak of the Bangladesh Liberation War.

1971-1972: Canada admitted some 228 Tibetans. These refugees, along with their fellow countrymen, were fleeing their homeland after China occupied it in 1959.

1972-1973: Following Idi Amin’s expulsion of Ugandan Asians, 7,000 Ismaili Muslims fled and were brought to Canada.

1978: Coming into force of the Immigration Act of 1976, which recognized refugees as a distinct class of immigrants. These changes also allowed Canadian citizens to privately sponsor refugees.

1979: Iranian refugees fled Iran following the overthrow of the Shah and the imposition of an Islamic Fundamentalist regime.

1979 -1980: More than 60,000 Boat People found refuge in Canada after the Communist victory in the Vietnam War.

1980s: Khmer Cambodians, victims of the Communist regime and the aftershocks of Communist victory in the Vietnam War, fled to Canada.

1982: The Constitution of Canada was amended to entrench the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

1985: Singh decision at the Supreme Court of Canada whereby rights under the Charter were extended to asylum seekers; led to the creation of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB).

1986: The United Nations awarded Canada the Nansen Medal for its outstanding humanitarian tradition of settling refugees.

1989: The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and new refugee determination system began work on January 1, 1989.

1990s: By the 1990s, asylum seekers came to Canada from all over the world, particularly Latin America, Eastern Europe and Africa.

1992: 5,000 Bosnian Muslims were admitted to Canada to escape the ethnic cleansing in the Yugoslav Civil War.

1999: Canada airlifted more than 5,000 Kosovars, most of whom were Muslim, to safety.

2002: Immigration and Refugee Protection Act came into force and set out main principles and features of the refugee protection program

2004: The Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the United States is established for responsibility sharing in processing refugee claims from nationals of third countries.

2006: Canada resettled over 3,900 Karen refugees from refugee camps in Thailand.

2008: Canada began the process of resettling more than 5,000 Bhutanese refugees over five years.

2010: Refugees from more than 140 countries were either resettled or were granted asylum in Canada.

2011: Canada expands its refugee resettlement programs by 20% over three years.

2012: Significant reforms were made to the asylum determination system under the Balanced Refugee Reform Act (BRRA) and the Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act (PCISA), including implementing the Refugee Appeal Division at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.

2015: Close to 6,600 Bhutanese refugees arrived in Canada. Canada completes a seven-year commitment and welcomes more than 23,000 Iraqi refugees. Canada commits to and begins resettling 25,000 Syrian refugees.

2017: Canada resettled more than 40,000 Syrian refugees between November 2015 and January 2017.
一直吸收二流人才,于是加拿大现在就成了一个二流国家,再多来点绿绿,就快滚到三流去了。
人家美国趁二战吸收了大量欧洲精英,于是乎一下子从二流国家跻身于一流国家甚至世界第一。
前车之鉴啊,加拿大居然还在加速吸收难民,是要加速滚到三流?
 

shuhaiyanzhong

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2015-02-26
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白左世界观不要紧,还是一个落后西方国家的白左,谁鸟你啊?
换了以前黑左老奥和白左德国老默,中国还是很重视的。
加拿大都快把自己左成发达国家拖油瓶了,还指望中国要效法之,的确脑残!
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