One of our Members produced a list of Canadians who attended the World Economic Forum in January of 2018, 2019 and 2020.
The WEF are the architects of “The Great Reset.” Its adherents peddle ebulliently, the pandemic is an “opportunity” to change the world irrevocably. These business leaders, academics, bankers, pension managers and politicians have known for some time and been privy to its tenets.
All is now revealed by Founder, Klaus Schwab, in his thesis by the same name.
The ‘reset’ is always delivered with smooth words; but, at its core it is a cataclysmic, global and a complete transfer of wealth into the hands of those who have the most. It is also a transfer of power into the same hands, removing all rights and freedoms from individuals for the collective.
It is austerity for the masses. The opening frames in the WEF’s recent video, “You will own nothing and you will be happy,” is seared into the minds of many. The WEF and its partners, UN, IMF, World Bank, aim is to seize all wealth for redistribution–to whom is the looming question.
We were surprised by several attendants over the last three meetings.
In all three years 2018, 2019 and 2020, Teck Corporation was present. This is the company which abandoned the massive Frontier oil sands project suddenly and on the heels of the 2020 Davos meeting. This investment would have single-handedly shored up Canada’s economy. The question begs, “Why is Teck commiserating with those who aim to destroy oil and gas in Canada?”
Justin Trudeau was present in 2018. We presume this may have been the time he met with George Soros, the economic destroyer of nations (also present in the same meeting was Soros old pal, Chrystia Freeland, Finance Minister of Canada.)
Michael Sabia was present in 2020 and is now guiding Freeland as Deputy Finance Minister. In April 2020, Sabia was appointed Chair of the Board of Directors of the Canada Infrastructure Bank. He is still the chair of Canada Infrastructure Bank in October 2020. In June 2020, he was appointed Director of the Mastercard Foundation. On December 6, 2020, it was announced that Sabia would replace Paul Rochon as Deputy Minister of Finance Canada. He may be the man to effect the ‘reset’ in Canada as his experience is far reaching.
There is a great deal to glean from these attendance lists and the agendas that filled their days in Davos.
Stay-tuned for more on the Davos meetings and the plans discussed.
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM AT DAVOS 2018, 2019 AND 2020 : CANADIAN ATTENDEES