Kovrig, Meng, Spavor, Rodman And The Twilight Zone We Now Call Reality

Kovrig, Meng, Spavor, Rodman And The Twilight Zone We Now Call Reality

Just to be absolutely clear, I'm whatever the polar opposite of "enthusiastic" is when it comes to documenting every twist and turn in the US-China trade narrative, which at this point seems to have evolved (or maybe "devolved" is better) into a daily tug-of-war between, on one hand, reciprocal kidnappings and, on the other, incessant headlines about how many soybeans China is buying. I have absolutely no idea what is going on behind the scenes and contrary to what you might be inclined to thi
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4 thoughts on “Kovrig, Meng, Spavor, Rodman And The Twilight Zone We Now Call Reality

  1. FYI, Canada is a collateral victim not an accomplice in this ludicrous affair. Under the terms of their extradition treaty with the US, Canada has no other option than to detain Meng until the US Justice department has presented its case for extradition. The Canadian courts can then determine to extradite or not based on the evidence presented. The Minister of Justice has final say and can refuse to extradite, particularly if it is clear the motivation behind the extradition request is political in nature.

  2. They sound like names for new drugs:

    Rodman – Erectile dysfunction

    Spavor – Depression

    Kovrig – Rheumatoid arthritis

    Meng – FDA approved THC without the ‘kick’

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