The documents were obtained by Canadian independent media outlet Rebel News through Access to Information Act filings. They are high-level briefing notes made to the then-Minister of Foreign Affairs and head of Global Affairs Canada Chrystia Freeland. (Related: Canada's Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland's grandfather was a Nazi and she admires George Soros. It's no surprise she's labeling freedom-loving Canadians terrorists.)
The briefing notes were made in preparation for the Great Reset meeting with the WEF that took place on December 8, 2020.
Other documents show that Freeland was a co-chair of one of the WEF meetings, along with government officials from Japan, the Netherlands and South Africa. Kent Walker, senior vice president of global affairs at Google, and Dina Powell McCormick, a partner at Goldman Sachs, were also co-chairs of other meetings.
Freeland being made a co-chair for many WEF meetings strongly suggests that Canada has either already embraced many of the WEF's goals or is on the way to fully implementing them.
One of the main goals of the WEF in its Great Reset meeting was supposedly to create global partnerships with governments and multinational corporations to facilitate an immediate recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The world leaders in the WEF meeting had seven primary goals coming into it: "strengthen global cooperation; re-globalize equitably; rebuild sustainably; deepen public-private partnerships; increase global resilience; promote peace and security; and promote gender equality."
Freeland was tasked with co-chairing the meeting to discuss how to "strengthen global cooperation." In her notes, one of Freeland's objectives for the meeting was to reiterate Canada's "commitment to effective and accountable multilateralism, including as a core element of our collective efforts to combat COVID-19."
This meant she wanted to create global partnerships to pursue a common goal. Supposedly, this means dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. But as Freeland makes known, the only way Canada will do that is by adopting WEF principles, including the 2030 Agenda.
"Canada views the 2030 Agenda as a comprehensive framework for responding to and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, and building more resilient, inclusive and sustainable societies that can help to prevent and better withstand future crises and shocks," wrote Freeland.
The 2030 Agenda is the United Nations' "sustainable development plan." This involves achieving at least 17 overarching Sustainable Development Goals as well as 169 other sub-targets by 2030. This agenda has been fully embraced by the WEF as a part of its plans for a Great Reset.
If the 2030 Agenda goals are reached, it would fundamentally restructure Canadian society to be fully in line with the WEF's goals.
Learn more about the World Economic Forum and its global influence at Globalism.news.
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