Canadian premier tells Schwab to go jump as populist revolution rolls on
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
“I guess I find it distasteful when billionaires brag about how much control they have over political leaders, as the head of that organisation has, and I think that is offensive. The people who should be directing government are the people who vote for them … and so quite frankly, until that organization stops bragging about how much control they have over political leaders, I have no interest in being involved with them.”
So said Danielle Smith the new Premier of Alberta, Canada’s No.1 oil province, in reference to the World Economic Forum, during a recent public address. Premier Smith is pushing freedom for the unvaccinated under amendments to the Human Rights Act.
Under Smith’s Free Alberta Strategy a proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act will also authorize the province to refuse enforcement of federal laws and ignore the decisions of federal regulators if viewed as not in Alberta’s interest or as violations of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This would cover Prime Minister Trudeau’s obscene vaccination programs and insane restrictions on energy emissions. Trudeau and his WEF puppets essentially want to cripple Canada’s massive oil industry,
Smith’s open rebuff of Trudeau, Schwab and the WEF would have created an uproar and scandal a few years ago – at least among the establishment media and politicians. But Premier Smith represents a new breed of populist western politicians who are pushing the boundaries and turning the tide.
Even if Canada’s Supreme Court knocks some of her initiatives on the head the gates will have already been opened and Trudeau’s regressive, totalitarian and anti-industry agenda will be exposed even more.
WEF chief Klaus Schwab has repeatedly bragged in public about how his WEF “graduates” have “penetrated ze cabinets” of many western governments. We know them well: Trudeau, Ardern, Macron and the legions of bureaucrats and other corporate clones who lack the ability to think independently and blindly follow Schwab’s globalist claptrap.
The latest British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, the former Exchequer (Treasurer) of the UK, is another WEF plant and within days of being appointed “Conservative” Party leader, Sunak was robotically spouting support for the central bank digital currency supported by Schwab, Bill Gates, the G7 and the global central bank cabal.
While this push by the central bankers and all the powers that be is casting a grim and dark shadow over the future of humanity, all it not lost and light is also shining. Unless the US Democrats pull off a very big and clever vote rigging operation, they are set to lose control of the US House of Representatives and the Senate in the mid-term elections in November, leaving the confused and dithering Biden alone in the White House with executive powers he is unfit to exercise.
And then there’s Italy and Sweden. Italy’s new leader Giorgia Meloni is openly rejecting the globalist narrative and its obsession with climate change, renewable energy, open borders, vaccinations and LGBTIQ rights.
Meloni has pledged to tackle Italy’s low birth rate, which reached a record low during the coronavirus pandemic. She has “an imposing plan, economic but also cultural, to rediscover the beauty of parenthood and put the family back at the centre of society.” That is indeed radical thinking in the minds of the population-controlling elites of the West.
She also plans to reduce taxes overall while extending the flat tax rate to euro100k while combatting people smuggling and other illegal migration that has been flooding the country.
Meanwhile media is gasping in shocked disbelief as Sweden’s new “right-wing government” has scrapped the Ministry of Environment. The opposition (what is left of them) has branded the move “devastating”.
Euro News reported: “Previously, the ministry was a high-profile stand-alone department with a minister in the cabinet, but now it will operate as part of another ministry instead.” Fancy that, an environment ministry operating as part of another ministry. No doubt Sweden’s vast pine forests will fall over in protest.
The new Prime Minister is Ulf Kristersson, who you have probably not heard of because big media doesn’t report much on these new populist governments.
The leader of the Swedish Greens, Per Bolund, noted that for the first time in 35 years Sweden would have no dedicated environment ministry. Oh horror of horrors! What worse thing could befall a modern, enlightened global society fighting to save the planet? Excuse the sarcasm.
The move prompted a combined protest by all of Sweden’s former environment ministers.