Saturday, 7 September 2013

Another Drug Bust, Another Perp List That Reads Like A Chinatown Phonebook.

Like Canada's biker gangs are not enough of a problem.
Five people face numerous charges and pills with a street value of $40 million are now in the hands of police following what investigators are calling the largest methamphetamine bust in Ontario history
In July, officers from the province’s Asian Organized Crime Task Force — a specialized, multi-force crime-fighting unit — executed search warrants at a handful of homes and businesses in the GTA, Campbellford and Warkworth. 
The blitz resulted in the seizure of 120 kilos of pure methamphetamine, which investigators estimate would have produced around four million pills. {...} 
Charged with trafficking, production and possession offences are Jimmy Sut Jhing Ng, 55, and Sui Yuan Zhao, 39, of Campbellford, Kok King Chao, 49, and Joey Sui Hung Mo, 45, of Aurora, and 28-year-old Chun Kit Wong of Markham. 
According to a police source, the clandestine operation was something of a close-knit affair, involving two couples and an accomplice.
If it's pot it's typically Vietnamese. If it's methamphetamine it's typically Chinese.

This is not the first time nor will it be the last time a meth producing operation gets shut down and those arrested are mostly if not all of Asian decent.

I think it's safe to assume Asians dominate the Canadian illegal drug trade. If not, then they have at least secured for themselves an influential presence within it. That the provincial police of Ontario has something called an Asian Organized Crime Task Force tells us a lot.

Canada produces enough crime domestically already. We don't need to import it. Indeed, I often wonder what Canada's crime statistics would look like if the immigration system was more selective and imported a lot less people.

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