Chinese President Xi Jinping used the 70th anniversary of the Korean War, which erupted three years before his birth, to declare the conflict a milestone in China’s march toward national rejuvenation, which he has termed the Chinese Dream.
These Chinese troops invaded South Korea, occupying the capital, Seoul.
For one thing, his speech was followed by a huge propaganda barrage against the United States.
Now, it seems, Xi is ratcheting up the propaganda machinery against the West, particularly the United States, by making use of the Korean War.
They obtained Canadian passports not to protect them from the United States.