Thanks to the intense measures taken by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to disband the protest headed by the Freedom Convoy, Canada has been put on the world stage. While Trudeau promised that the military would not be called in and that these steps were meant for public safety and to end the illegal blockades, one constituent questioned the Canadian Parliament by asking for details on the country’s ties with Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. But before an explanation was presented, the phone call was cut due to a bad connection.

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Although Parliament blamed a faulty connection for the blunder, the question presented before the call was ended suggested that Schwab and the World Economic Forum had infiltrated the Canadian government. This might be news for some, but back in 2016, at the World Economic annual meeting, Schwab praised Trudeau for his commitment to their cause and discussed a future of social responsibility, a move to a digital world, and how the generation of the future will be younger.

As for the claims that the World Economic Forum has infiltrated governments around the world – in the video, featured below, Schwab himself admitted to not only being ingrained within governments, but also the media, tech, and even the academic world. Having politicians, experts, journalists, and doctors on the side of the World Economic Forum, it becomes evident why the question to the Canadian Parliament might have been dropped.

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And it isn’t just Prime Minister Trudeau who is supporting the agenda presented by Schwab, his Deputy Prime Minister, Chrystia Freeland, announced recently that all crowdfunding sites must report large donations or suspicious transactions to the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC). Using the power behind the Emergencies Act to institute the new regulations, Freeland also targets cryptocurrencies as a way criminals are able to operate without being caught.


Discussing the recent events in Canada, podcaster Joe Rogan sat down with Maajid Nawaz, who is a counter-extremism activist and published author. Nawaz noted that governments might be doing away with lockdowns and mandates, but the push for a digital I.D. and social credit score still continues. And Nawaz didn’t just propose the idea, he detailed how to achieve this agenda, a person or forum like the one mentioned above must infiltrate governments with people that share that same narrative to start the Great Reset.

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