It’s a particularly cringe-worthy statement:
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was one of the reasons he got into politics.
Both leaders are members of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is, of course, fully worthy of unequivocal international condemnation. At the same time, it is may be unwise for us to blind ourselves to Ukraine’s dubious activities and alliances.
The WEF is famous for unveiling the ‘Great Reset,’ an anti-Democracy plot where global leaders would set in motion a radical plan to transform the world economy into a socialist, big government model and implement a massive Green New Deal. Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab, has praised Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau as a model leader of WEF philosophies.
Written in a Financial Post article recently….
“ The WEF infiltration of Ottawa has never been a secret, nor has Butts’ involvement. But it is far from being common knowledge among voters that the ideological model behind the Liberal policy machine, the steering mechanism that guides decisions and policies, is subversive and authoritarian. It also covers a massive policy territory, from climate to COVID-19.”
A National Post article last year declared that Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland’s “side gig with the WEF” was “endangering Canadian democracy”; while Rebel Media Founder Ezra Levant Tweeted out Freeland’s scary plan to make her ‘emergency powers’ permanent, following the crackdown on the Truck Freedom Convoy supporters.
It won’t be any time soon that Trudeau’s crushing of Patriot dissent in Canada is forgotten via the abuse of Canada’s Emergency Measures Act over the Freedom Convoy. His actions prompted Victor Davis Hanson to say that Trudeau and his Liberals were “creating a ‘Tiananmen square’ scene.” Trudeau also ignored a real terrorist attack that virtually went unnoticed during his unforgivable authoritarian overreach
But then out of the blue, the day before Russia invaded the Ukraine, Trudeau suddenly ended his ‘emergency’ measures and “ordered Canadian banks to unfreeze the bank accounts of people who participated in or donated to the Freedom Convoy.”
Justin Trudeau’s name now conjures up an image of unfriendliness to democratic freedoms and values. He earned justified, widespread criticisms—domestically and internationally— for his handling of Canada’s Freedom Convoy.
Disappointing information has now arisen that shows Justin Trudeau—a man who admires China’s “basic dictatorship” and proved it—has a strong admirer after all: Ukraine leader Golodymyr Zelensky.
Many don’t know that Zelensky is also a member of the World Economic Forum.
Zalensky Tweeted out: “@JustinTrudeau was one of those leaders who inspired me to join politics.”
Again: the Russian invasion of Ukraine is worthy of full condemnation. But it would not be constructive for us to ignore asking questions, like: why does Zelensky admire a man like Justin Trudeau? And what might Zelensky’s agendas be in connection to his membership in the World Economic Forum and beyond?
Another consideration to ponder: George Soros was named by the Ukrainian newspaper Vesti as the second most influential person in Ukraine, after Zelensky. The 2014 Maidan Square “revolution” in Ukraine, which toppled the elected government of Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych, was supported by Soros, with his characteristic opportunism in mind. He wrote in his blog:
In order for Ukrainians to realize that future, the spirit of the Maidan must be preserved. They will need international support… And my foundation is working with experts in Ukraine to create a strategy for keeping the spirit of the Maidan alive.
Soros’ remarkable influence in Ukraine’s economic and political life spans over two decades and “maintains a unique position of power through the Open Society Foundation and the dozens of other organizations he funds in the country;” a country that voted against a UN resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism in 2016.
Popular broadcaster Michael Savage went so far as to condemn Zelensky as a “puppet of George Soros.” Savage may have gone too far, but his brow-raising remark should at least be enough to prompt a few questions — questions that should accompany the ones about Zelensky’s open admiration for Justin Trudeau.