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Opposing The WEF Is Becoming A Political Platform

Pierre Poilievre, will be running for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada later this year and if successful says that on becoming Prime Minister he would ban ministers from attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Mr Poilievre is the shadow minister for finance, meaning it is his job as being a member of the opposition party, to hold the Government to account and for developing policy positions. His position for the upcoming election is clear..

IF elected he will ban ministers from attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

This comes not long after the World Economic Forum (WEF) chief Klaus Schwab boasted that more than half of the Canadian cabinet was made up of Young Global Leaders from his organisation.

The WEF ideology is steeped in ‘One World Government’ and ‘Elitism’ which is juxtaposed to the free market approach of any conservative government.

Poilievre who is considered to be the frontrunner for the upcoming Conservative Party election supported those in the Canadian trucker protest against vaccine mandates, saying they were protesting peacefully and that the federal government had abused its power by invoking the Emergencies Act during the protest. He said that limiting the power of the Emergencies Act would be likely also, should he be in office.

“Work for Canada.” he said “You cannot be part of our government and pursue a policy agenda that is not in line with the interests of our people.”

Champions in other countries are likely to also appear to challenge WEF policies, policies that when analysed resemble a Scifi Weimar Republic at best and the assembly and descent into a devastating Armageddon at worst.

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