February 21, 2022 in News by RBN Staff

source:  blacklistednews



Published: February 21, 2022


A Canadian MP was cut off and accused of spreading “disinformation” during a debate when he began to ask why the head of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, has been publicly bragging about infiltrating the Canadian parliament.

The debate, concerning the use of emergency powers by the Trudeau regime, occurred on Saturday and saw many MP’s using Zoom video chats.

When it came the turn of conservative Oshawa MP Colin Carrie to speak, he started to question about “outside influence” in the parliament, specifically via the WEF and globalist Klaus Schwab.

Carrie asked legislators why Schwab has used a public platform for “bragging” about “infiltrating governments around the world,” including “half of Canada’s cabinet.”

Carrie then asked “in the interest of transparency,” which members of Canadian parliament are under the control of Schwab, prompting the speaker of the house to cut the audio feed and start saying “order, order, order.”

The speaker then said there was a “very very very bad audio” connection (no there wasn’t) and simply ignored Carrie’s comments.

The next MP to speak did address Carrie’s comments, charging him of engaging in “open disinformation.”


It is not disinformation to point out what Schwab has said. Here he is openly saying in 2017 that the WEF has ‘penetrated’ cabinets of government’s around the world, specifically pointing to Trudeau in Canada:

“What we are very proud of, is that we penetrate the global cabinets of countries with our WEF Young Global Leaders,” Schwab said.

And here is Schwab bragging about how “loyal” Trudeau and his Canadian cabinet is to the WEF:

In a recent appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast, journalist Maajid Nawaz brought fresh attention to Schwab’s comments:

Meanwhile, following a brutal crackdown on the Canadian protesters this past weekend, Jason Kenney, the Premier of the Canadian province of Alberta, announced that will sue the federal government of Canada and Trudeau himself for their use of the Emergencies Act.

Kenney said the actions of the government are “unjustified in the circumstances,” further noting that “the Emergencies Act was designed to come into effect at the failure of the state… However, there is no insurrection or coup.”