Details are starting to emerge regarding why Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unexpectedly ended the Emergencies Act last Wednesday only a week after invoking it and a mere day after the Canadian House approved it.
Apparently, after witnessing the unprecedented civil liberties violations Trudeau and his goons were inflicting on a group of peaceful protesters, his mentor Klaus Schwab felt compelled to pick up the phone and rebuke the former student.
“This looks very bad for us, Justin. You’re giving away the game. It’s like you decided to turn to the last page of the playbook without taking the necessary steps to get there,” Schwab told Trudeau.
Trudeau is a product of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders school. In the past, WEF Executive Director Klaus Schwab has boasted like a proud papa about the school’s most accomplished graduates such as Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin. However, Schwab pointed to the WEF’s proudest accomplishment as placing its Young Global Leaders inside the cabinets of many of the world’s nations.
“But what we are very proud of now, the young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, president of Argentina [Mauricio Macri], and so on, that we penetrate the cabinets. So, yesterday, I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau, and I know that half of his cabinet or even more than half of his cabinet are actually Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum,” Schwab told an audience in 2017.
Schwab was reportedly apoplectic over the bad publicity Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, who is also a WEF Young Global Leader, brought upon the organization.
“We must bring the people along gradually. Haven’t you ever heard of death by a thousand cuts or the boiling frog? You can’t just go out and start jailing people for ‘unacceptable views.’ Didn’t you learn anything, you spoiled rich idiot. You have too much of your father, Fidel, in you. And what the fuck is the matter with you Freeland? You can’t just start seizing people’s bank accounts. We are years away from social credit in western democracies,” Schwab admonished the pair.
Schwab reportedly ended the scolding by paying the pair a backhanded compliment.
“That being said, the apparent number of citizens of a free country willing to go along with such draconian measures is very instructive. It appears that the monumental, young global stupidity you two have shown may have inadvertently revealed something quite useful,” Schwab said.