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Dr. Malone’s institute publishes list of Canadian politicians with ties to the World Economic Forum

by Anthony Murdoch

A list published by Dr. Robert Malone’s research institute shows that dozens of former and current Canadian politicians, including Trudeau and some of his cabinet, graduated from World Economic Forum programs.

(LifeSiteNews) –– A new list released by the U.S.-based Malone Institute highlights dozens of Canadian politicians and current cabinet ministers of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government who have links to the globalist World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders program.  

The Malone Institute, founded by Dr. Robert Malone, in partnership with the Swedish Pharos Foundation, has started a World Economic Forum Project to investigate “the globalist members of the trade organization known as The World Economic Forum (WEF) and the operatives that they have trained.” The project published a summary of the graduates of the “World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow (a one-year program that ran from 1993 to 2003) as well as the Young Global Leaders (a five-year program started 2004/2005 and still running).”

A look at its recently published list shows over a dozen current and former Trudeau Liberal cabinet ministers who were graduates of the WEF’s young leaders programs, including Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland (2000), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (2005), Former Treasury Board President Scott Brison (2005), Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Francois-Philippe Champagne (2009), and Leader of the Government in the House of Commons Karina Gould (2010).

Other cabinet ministers include Minister of Foreign Affairs Melanie Joly (2016), Minister of Citizens’ Services Terry Beech (2017), Former Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth Maryam Monsef (2020) and Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities Sean Fraser (2022).

Also making the list is Conservative MP Michelle Rempel (2016) as well as NDP (New Democratic Party) MP and leader Jagmeet Singh (2018).  

To create the list, the Malone Institute and the Pharos Foundation used WEF search engines and cross-checked published lists by using tools like the “Wayback Machine” archives as well as Wikispooks, “and other complementary sources.” 

“It may not be 100% accurate, but we have done our best to make it as correct and updated as possible,” notes the Malone Institute.  

The report may come as little surprise to many Canadians as the ties between the WEF and the Trudeau Liberals are well known. In fact, the now-former chairman of the WEF, Klaus Schwab, once told Freeland that he has “counted” on her to make sure his globalist goals see the light of day. 

In 2017, Schwab even boasted that half of Trudeau’s cabinet were members of his young leaders program.


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