Canadian Parliament Penetrated by Young Global Leaders According to Klaus Schwab (WEF)

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publicerad 25 februari 2022
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Colin Carrie (Canada) and Klaus Schwab (WEF). Pressphotos

WORLD. On February 19, 2022, Conservative MP Colin Carrie asked the Members of the Canadian Parliament about their involvement with the World Economic Forum (WEF). His microphone was cut off by the Speaker of the House, who moved forward without addressing his question.

Colin Carrie’s question was dismissed as “open disinformation” by MP Charlie Angus, but Justin Trudeau’s cabinet is full of Young Global Leaders from WEF according to Klaus Schwab himself, the founder of WEF.

Canadian Parliament Penetrated by WEF

Klaus Schwab said in 2007 half of the Canadian Parliament was penetrated by his Young Global Leaders educated at World Economic Forum:

“What we are really proud of now, is the young generation. Like Prime Minister Trudeau, the President of Argentina, and so on. So we penetrate the cabinets. So yesterday, I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau, and I know that half of this cabinet, or even more than half of this cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders of the world.”

Schwab who is criticized for having presumed neo-Marxist ideas about the world also mentioned another WEF project called Global Shapers.

By NewsVoice


Extract from session No. 034 at the Canadian Parliament on February 19, 2022.


Mr. Colin Carrie (Oshawa, CPC,
Conservative, Ontario

“Mr. Speaker, I have a constituent who wanted me to ask a question about outside interference in our democracy.

“Klaus Schwab is the head of the World Economic Forum, and he bragged how his subversive WEF has “infiltrated” governments around the world. He said that his organization had penetrated more than half of Canada’s cabinet.

In the interests of transparency, could the member please name which cabinet ministers are on board with the WEF’s agenda? My concern is the…” [interrupted by Chris d’Entremont]

The Deputy Speaker: Chris d’Entremont
Conservative, West Nova

“Order. The member was in a really good question there, but the audio and the video are really bad. I apologize. Let us try again. “The hon. member…” [interrupted by Charlie Angus]

Mr. Charlie Angus, NDP
Timmins-James Bay, Ontario

“Mr. Speaker, I am rising on a point of order. That member was openly promoting disinformation. That is not debate. We have to call out disinformation…” [interrupted by Chris d’Entremont]

The Deputy Speaker: Chris d’Entremont

“We are getting into debate again. Questions and comments, the hon. member for Lambton—Kent—Middlesex.” [d’Entremont left Colin Carrie and his question and moves on to Ms. Lianne Rood]

Ms. Lianne Rood (CPC)
Conservative, Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, Ontario

“Mr. Speaker, my hon. colleague talked about how this piece of legislation does not take away freedom of speech or freedom of assembly, but we have come to a point where people from all over the country felt that they did not have a voice. We are at a point where we have used the biggest thing that the government can do to silence the voices of Canadians who are here to be heard.

What are the first, second and third things that the government did to avoid getting to the place we are at now with this piece of legislation?”… [continued]

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