Senior figures within the Canadian Government have admitted that they are ‘deeply concerned’ about sharing a border with the latest Russian client state, the United States of America. 
Senior figures within the Canadian Government have admitted that they are ‘deeply concerned’ about sharing a border with the latest Russian client state, the United States of America. 
 
Speaking on condition of anonymity the Canadian Government sources told The Spark that the presence of a Russian satellite on the country’s Southern border is a ‘clear security threat’ and warned the Russians to ‘avoid provocative actions’. In particular our sources made it clear that Canada will not accept the stationing of Russian nuclear weapons on American soil, and that if Russia attempts to do so Canada will treat it as a ‘hostile act’. 
 
The development of the United States into another Russian client state, under the leadership of the pro-Russian President Trump, has caused considerable concern in Canada. The Canadian Government is aware of how similar client states, such as Abkhazia and South Ossetia in the Caucuses and the Donetsk People's Republic in Ukraine have been used to destabilise neighbouring states, and is worried that America could be put to the same use. 
 
We approached the White House regarding this story, and they responded with the following comment ‘У нас нет никаких замечаний в это время’. Unfortunately we haven’t had time to translate it into English yet. 
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