The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) managing director, Adrian Monck, was recently interviewed by CBC and claimed that Canadians expressing concerns about WEF influence on Canada were engaging in ‘conspiracy theories’. This video rebuts his claims and shows that the WEF are climate misinformers. Despite the fact that the WEF claim to act with ‘moral and intellectual integrity’, they hosted the unvetted Greta Thunberg several times, claiming that ‘our house is on fire’ and ‘I want you to panic.’
But in testimony to US Congress on April 21, 2021, Greta stated there is ‘no science’ behind these frightening statements, they are ‘just metaphors.’
CLINTEL, a group of over 1200 [now 1454] scientists and scholars has requested a high level scientific meeting with WEF to explain their position that there is no climate emergency – to date the response has been ‘crickets’.
Adrian Monck said that Canadians have more important things to be concerned about – which is true. In this video, Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society, shows that one of the most important things is the debt that Canada now bears – a debt which stems from advice and direction during COVID of World Economic Forum trustees like Mark Carney and Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland.
Despite their apparent global economic experience or exposure, somehow neither see fit to recommend that Canada exploit the ~$21 TRILLION gross value of resource riches (Cdn$13 Trillion net). Canadians are right to have many questions about the undue influence of the unelected, unaccountable World Economic Forum and its network of partners on Canadian policies.
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