The World Economic Forum’s influence over Canadian politics is well-documented, with founder Klaus Schwab bragging on video that his organization “penetrated” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet.
After bringing up the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) influence over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s cabinet, a Canadian MP was thrown out from Parliament on Saturday.
WEF founder Klaus Schwab once claimed that his Young Global Leaders group had “penetrated” Trudeau’s cabinet before being suddenly cut off by the speaker of the House of Commons, according to Conservative MP Colin Carrie.
“In the interest of transparency, could the member please name which Cabinet ministers are on board with the WEF’s agenda? My concern is -” Carrie continued before the Speaker abruptly cut him off, calling the “audio” of his remarks “really, really bad.”
At that moment, NDP MP Charlie Angus accused Carrie of spreading “disinformation” by simply asking about Trudeau’s questionable ties with the World Economic Forum.
WEF founder Klaus Schwab is on video bragging that his organization “penetrated” Prime Minister Trudeau’s government.
Trudeau himself has met with the WEF founder numerous times over the years as Prime Minister, with Schwab even once bragging that Trudeau was more loyal to the WEF than to Canada.