Conservative MP Colin Carrie had a question for Members of Parliament on Monday, regarding their involvement in the World Economic Forum (WEF)—the globalist thinktank that has received attention as of late for its use of global instability as windows of opportunity to intensify its agenda.
Video shows Carrie asking which cabinet ministers were on board with the WEF agenda, before he was cut off by the Speaker of the House due to the very clear audio “audio being really bad.” Carrie said he was asking on behalf of his constituents.
The question was, of course, dismissed as “open disinformation” by NDP MP Charlie Angus, and the question was not answered. The problem is that it’s not a conspiracy. Trudeau’s cabinet is full of members of the WEF, and the organization’s founder brags about it.
More attention was focused on World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab following an appearance by radio show host and anti-extremism expert Maajid Nawz on the Joe Rogan Experiene, where he told the show’s namesake that the WEF.
Nawaz said that the WEF was “embedding people in government who are subscribed to this agenda. The agenda of Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum is the same agenda of Tony Blair. They call it, on their own website, the Great Reset. That’s what they say themselves.
“In 2017 at Harvard he’s saying… ‘we’ll penetrate these cabinets with our Young Global Leaders,” he says, before playing a video where Shwab is heard praising Trudeau for his dedication to the WEF agenda.
In the clip, Shwab says that he is “proud” of the “young generation, like Prime Minister Trudeau,” as well as President of Argentina Mauricio Macri, and others.
“We penetrate the cabinets,” said Schwab, before bragging that he knows for a fact that “half… or even more than half of Trudeau’s cabinet are for our actually Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.”
A quick look on the WEF’s Young Global Leaders website will reveal a list of familiar faces that were either at one time in Trudeau’s cabinet, or are still in the cabinet.
These leaders include Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Families Karina Gould, Minister of Innovation François-Philippe Champagne, and former MP Scott Brison.
Other notable members include New Democrat leader Jagmeet Singh and Conservative Shadow Minister Michelle Rempel Garner.
Trudeau has been a darling to Schwab since the prime minister’s first term. In 2016, Schwab personally thanked Trudeau for his dedication to the World Economic Forum, stating that he “could not imagine anybody that could represent more the world that we’ve come out of this “Fourth Industrial Revolution” that Justin Trudeau.
The “Fourth Industrial Revolution” is an idea put forward by Schwab in his book of the same title, and that is also expanded on in his book “The Great Reset.”
Schwab says that the new world he envisions will “hopefully” be a “diverse world, characterized by plurality…. a young world, it will be a digital world. Now who could represent a world better than you, prime minister,” he said to Trudeau.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution’s main idea is that massive change will come via technology to create a digital world, and that this would be ushered in through the pandemic and the great reset.
In his book, Schwab writes: “It will also accentuate one of the greatest societal and individual challenges posed by tech: privacy. We will see how contact tracing has an unequalled capacity and a quasi-essential place in the armoury needed to combat COVID-19, while at the same time being positioned to become an enabler of mass surveillance,” arguing that the pandemic “will accelerate innovation even more” in this area.
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