Trudeau calls trucker protest an 'insult to truth'

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Terence Corcoran: In Canada, follow the money + the ideas


In a short 2017 video clip on YouTube, Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum and the global promoter of corporatist stakeholder capitalism, outlines how his subversive WEF movement has, to use his word, “infiltrated” governments all over the world. He makes special note of Canada. “I have to say, when I mention now names, like Mrs. (Angela) Merkel and even Vladimir Putin, and so on, they all have been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum. But what we are very proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister (Justin) Trudeau … We penetrate the cabinet. So yesterday I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I know that half of his cabinet, or even more than half of his cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders.”

Schwab and the WEF had help in setting up their Canadian infiltration mission, including from Trudeau’s former chief of staff, Gerald Butts, a in the WEF’s Davos conferences and a leading backroom organizer of the Trudeau government’s ideological gambits. When it comes to subversive plans to overthrow the free-world economy, few are larger in scope than the WEF’s global scheme to remake the world and install a new form of “capitalism” based on the recruitment of corporate leaders into the role of government.

The WEF infiltration of Ottawa has never been a secret, nor has Butts’. But it is far from being common knowledge among voters that the ideological model behind the Liberal policy machine, the steering mechanism that guides decisions and policies, is subversive and authoritarian. It also covers a massive policy territory, from climate to COVID-19.

Klaus Schwab was maybe the first global personality to jump on the pandemic as a vehicle for the imposition of his new world order. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, he saw major opportunity. “The possibilities for change and the resulting new order are now unlimited and only bound by our imagination.”

The Trudeau government jumped at the opportunity, imposing sweeping social and economic controls that have cost Canadians and their economy hundreds of billions of dollars in losses, in addition to unmeasurable personal and emotional turmoil — turmoil that has helped fuel the protests and convoys that have now shattered the surface of Canadian stability.

In short, the subversive ideas that have infiltrated the Trudeau Liberal government have come around to fire up a popular resistance to the WEF ideology the prime minister and his cabinet have adopted.

That possibility may explain why Justin Trudeau has now turned to extreme rhetoric and unprecedented constitutional action against the trucking convoy and its multi-faceted supporters. His reaction is an attempt to divert attention away from the flaws in policy and the failure of the WEF-shaped model he adopted to guide policy. He saw COVID-19 as an opportunity for greater government intervention. Many Canadians now see the government pandemic policies as oppressive overkill.

Rather than face potential ideological breakdown, Trudeau is now attacking his critics on other grounds, claiming they are racists, subversives, yahoos and Trumpian yobs funded by foreign agents. The prime minister may be taking advice from his old friend, Gerald Butts. In an with The New York Times earlier this week, Butts blamed Fox News and foreign influences.

For the past two years, Butts told the Times, Canadians have been largely locked down at home, forced to spend more time in front of their television screens. As they did, they absorbed the American culture war being played out from Fox News to Breitbart. As a result, Trumpian ideas took root in Canada. At the same time, foreign and “dark” money arrived. “One of the most concerning things about this movement,” Butts said, “is it’s shown how easy it is to pour millions of dollars of dark money into Canadian politics.”

When it comes to foreign money, Butts should know how that system works. As the former head of the Canadian branch of the World Wildlife Fund, he was part of an international community of activists and funding organizations that received hundreds of millions of dollars over more than two decades. Vivian Krause investigated and found more than $600 million in foreign funding of environmental groups, from the David Suzuki Foundation to Dogwood and Tides. Over the years, these groups — through demonstrations, blockades and other means — have managed to shut down Canada’s Keystone XL, Northern Gateway, Trans Mountain and Energy East pipelines. The losses are in the billions.

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Terence Corcoran: In Canada, follow the money + the ideas


In a short 2017 video clip on YouTube, Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum and the global promoter of corporatist stakeholder capitalism, outlines how his subversive WEF movement has, to use his word, “infiltrated” governments all over the world. He makes special note of Canada. “I have to say, when I mention now names, like Mrs. (Angela) Merkel and even Vladimir Putin, and so on, they all have been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum. But what we are very proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister (Justin) Trudeau … We penetrate the cabinet. So yesterday I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I know that half of his cabinet, or even more than half of his cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders.”

Schwab and the WEF had help in setting up their Canadian infiltration mission, including from Trudeau’s former chief of staff, Gerald Butts, a in the WEF’s Davos conferences and a leading backroom organizer of the Trudeau government’s ideological gambits. When it comes to subversive plans to overthrow the free-world economy, few are larger in scope than the WEF’s global scheme to remake the world and install a new form of “capitalism” based on the recruitment of corporate leaders into the role of government.

The WEF infiltration of Ottawa has never been a secret, nor has Butts’. But it is far from being common knowledge among voters that the ideological model behind the Liberal policy machine, the steering mechanism that guides decisions and policies, is subversive and authoritarian. It also covers a massive policy territory, from climate to COVID-19.

Klaus Schwab was maybe the first global personality to jump on the pandemic as a vehicle for the imposition of his new world order. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, he saw major opportunity. “The possibilities for change and the resulting new order are now unlimited and only bound by our imagination.”

The Trudeau government jumped at the opportunity, imposing sweeping social and economic controls that have cost Canadians and their economy hundreds of billions of dollars in losses, in addition to unmeasurable personal and emotional turmoil — turmoil that has helped fuel the protests and convoys that have now shattered the surface of Canadian stability.

In short, the subversive ideas that have infiltrated the Trudeau Liberal government have come around to fire up a popular resistance to the WEF ideology the prime minister and his cabinet have adopted.

That possibility may explain why Justin Trudeau has now turned to extreme rhetoric and unprecedented constitutional action against the trucking convoy and its multi-faceted supporters. His reaction is an attempt to divert attention away from the flaws in policy and the failure of the WEF-shaped model he adopted to guide policy. He saw COVID-19 as an opportunity for greater government intervention. Many Canadians now see the government pandemic policies as oppressive overkill.

Rather than face potential ideological breakdown, Trudeau is now attacking his critics on other grounds, claiming they are racists, subversives, yahoos and Trumpian yobs funded by foreign agents. The prime minister may be taking advice from his old friend, Gerald Butts. In an with The New York Times earlier this week, Butts blamed Fox News and foreign influences.

For the past two years, Butts told the Times, Canadians have been largely locked down at home, forced to spend more time in front of their television screens. As they did, they absorbed the American culture war being played out from Fox News to Breitbart. As a result, Trumpian ideas took root in Canada. At the same time, foreign and “dark” money arrived. “One of the most concerning things about this movement,” Butts said, “is it’s shown how easy it is to pour millions of dollars of dark money into Canadian politics.”

When it comes to foreign money, Butts should know how that system works. As the former head of the Canadian branch of the World Wildlife Fund, he was part of an international community of activists and funding organizations that received hundreds of millions of dollars over more than two decades. Vivian Krause investigated and found more than $600 million in foreign funding of environmental groups, from the David Suzuki Foundation to Dogwood and Tides. Over the years, these groups — through demonstrations, blockades and other means — have managed to shut down Canada’s Keystone XL, Northern Gateway, Trans Mountain and Energy East pipelines. The losses are in the billions.

Article continues at: https://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/top...ney-plus-the-ideas/ar-AAU1YsM?ocid=uxbndlbing
 
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