WEF stiffs Trudeau at Davos after criticizing his authoritarian ways

by David Krayden

Why is Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wandering throughout Canada getting heckled when he should be in Davos, Switzerland attending the “Great Reset” deliberations at the World Economic Forum (WEF)? Clearly even the globalists have given up on Trudeau as a credible leader. And as he loses support among new immigrants and blue collar workers, that might be his most loyal constituency.


The absence of Trudeau at the WEF might be the best evidence that this group does not possess any grand strategy to take over the world but is just a bunch of international leeches who will drain the coffers dry of any country or any international organization. Because, believe me, if the WEF was looking for a perfect globalist candidate to infiltrate a major Western democracy it would be our own Justin Trudeau who has consistently promoted a socialist world view that should be in sync with the WEF.

The state media in Canada is very sensitive about any criticism of the WEF – immediately insisting that anyone who objects to these controlling elites is somehow captive to backwater conspiracy theories and not fit to participate in any public debate. Even the likes of Andrew Coyne insists this is a “paranoid” response from the Conservative Party that has “deep roots.” Oh my.

But whether the WEF is actually sitting behind closed doors and plotting to control the world is perhaps irrelevant. This is nothing but a private club for the very rich to lecture the world on their political agenda that is focused on globalism and climate change and whatever political fashions are popular at the moment.

But they didn’t want Trudeau this year. Why? Because he’s become an embarrassment. Too many blackface routines. Too much authoritarianism. An abundance of bad democratic taste. Trudeau is out of the club like the idiot who drank too much and spilt his Scotch on the duchess.

The WEF recently criticized Trudeau for being undemocratic. Did you see this anywhere in the media? Probably not. It has been completely unreported. But here’s what they said:

“Only very strong democracies saw less vulnerability to democratic erosion. Yet even very strong democracies are acting more authoritatively in relation to public restrictions and vaccine mandates. For example, Canada’s parliament recently decided to extend and broaden its emergency powers that enabled police to stop “dangerous and unlawful” anti-vaccination protests, to now also allow the freezing of protester’c;s bank accounts.”

Not a happy scene for Trudeau.

While Canada’s state media would never report that their paymaster has lost the respect of the WEF gang, they are not above fabricating stories and there is growing evidence that they did just that this week over Trudeau’s visit to a Surrey fundraiser. After seeing protesters at the event, the craven Trudeau ran for cover as he usually does when facing any kind of public opposition.

You recall his reaction when the Freedom Convoy arrived in Ottawa. After dismissing everyone as part of a dangerous “fringe element,” the prime minister fled the scene as quickly as possible and had his lieutenants in town continue to smear the group as bunch of nasty Nazis.

So Trudeau needed a similar story for Surrey and that fable was that Trudeau was compelled to leave because the protesters were shouting racial epithets at some of the Asian-Canadian attendees.

The CBC originally reported this allegation as stone cold fact – even though there was no specific mention of what these racial epithets actually were. After independent journalists began noting the absence of any evidence, the state broadcaster then changed their story to note that the local Liberal MP made the allegations.

However, the CBC continues to suggest there is some link to Trudeau’s appearance in Surrey and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s incident in Peterborough, Ont. where protesters called him a traitor for selling out to the Liberal government with a formal alliance. Once again, there was no evidence that the people there were targeting Singh for his race or religion but that fits nicely into the Trudeau narrative that any opposition to him or his government is always racially based and a product of white supremacist or right-wing extremist groups.

This is of course absolute nonsense.

So it is no mystery that both Trudeau and Singh are constantly carping about the increasing volatility of violent, extremist and – yes – racist protests posing a danger to Canadian politicians. And the CBC is always there to parrot this lie by insisting “misinformation” everywhere is provoking horror in the streets. Hey, CSIS says so.

CTV News actually found a story in the insipid tweets of the insipid mayor of Calgary, Jyoti Gondek, who sought to find political capital in the horrendous Texas shooting this week.

“Our own issues of safety, gun violence & hate-based crimes need to be addressed by policy makers. This only happens successfully by abandoning partisanship & focusing on the people we collectively serve. We must collaborate broadly for a stronger society.”

So now Calgary is a bastion of “hate-based crimes” and the good mayor is asking residents “to collaborate broadly for a stronger society.” How profound. Do these Trudeau acolytes deal in anything but clichés?

It hasn’t been a good week for Trudeau but he is no doubt asking the WEF what amends he can commit to in order to get back on the guest list. It might be the only time this insouciant excuse for a leader sits down and thinks about a strategy.

Man’s Lover Buys Abortion Pills for Him so He Can Trick His Pregnant Girlfriend Into Taking Them

A woman has been convicted after she pretended to be pregnant to obtain abortion pills, which were sent to her by the UK’s largest abortion provider BPAS after a phone consultation. She then handed the pills to her ‘lover’, who said he was planning to trick his girlfriend into taking them.

Georgia Day has been given a twelve-month suspended prison sentence after she was found guilty of conspiring to procure the physical means to induce an abortion [procure a miscarriage].

The 23-year-old had contacted BPAS and lied about being pregnant in a follow-up phone consultation in order to obtain pills used to procure an early-stage medical abortion.

Day had conspired with her ‘lover’, with whom she was having an affair, to obtain the pills so that he might trick his pregnant girlfriend into taking them.

The man and his girlfriend had initially planned to start a family together but he changed his mind after his girlfriend had become pregnant and so he asked her to get an abortion. When she refused, the man asked his female friends to help him get hold of abortion pills.

While the man in question was found not guilty, Day admitted that she had procured abortion pills for him.

The prosecutor, Julia King, told Derby Crown Court that the man had offered friends thousands of pounds for them to get abortion pills that he could give to his girlfriend without her knowledge. Day, of Wingerworth in Derbyshire, offered to do it for free.

In Day’s internet history, the Court found searches for “giving abortion pills to someone else”, “man laced pregnant wife’s pills with abortion pills” and “size of baby at four weeks”, as well as searches on whether it was illegal to give someone abortion pills without their knowledge.

However, their plan fell apart when the pregnant woman discovered a box of abortion pills under her bed. She did not take them and her healthy baby was born later in 2020.

Abortion Pill Kills Woman, Drug Caused Sepsis Infection That Took Her Life

A British mother and her unborn baby are dead after she took supposedly “safe” abortion pills in the spring of 2020.

According to Lancashire Live, a coroner’s report determined that Sarah Dunn, 31, of England, would have lived had it not been for medical professionals’ “gross failures” to recognize symptoms of sepsis as a result of her abortion.

Louise Rae, assistant coroner for Blackpool & Fylde, said a general practitioner, pharmacist and hospital staff all failed to recognize Dunn’s condition and did not give her antibiotics until it was too late.

Dunn died from sepsis and toxic shock in April 2020 at Blackpool Victoria Hospital, according to the report.

Infection is a risk of abortion drugs, and the abortionist did inform Dunn of the risk when she received the drugs in late March 2020, according to an inquest into her death.

A week after taking the drugs to abort her unborn baby, Dunn contacted her doctor complaining about increased bleeding and blood clots, investigators found. At her appointment, a health care assistant spent the most time with her, conducting tests and taking her blood pressure, pulse and temperature, according to the report. When the doctor did see her, the coroner’s report found that he failed to record these results in her medical records or properly examine her.

Dunn was scheduled for another appointment the next morning, but, in the middle of the night, she called emergency services when her pain worsened, the report continues. Despite the warning signs, she was told to keep her doctor’s appointment and was not taken to the hospital; the coroner said if Dunn had gone to the hospital at the time, she would have survived.

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Five hours later, Dunn called emergency services again, and this time an ambulance took her to the hospital where doctors discovered that she was in toxic shock and her organs were failing, the coroner’s report states. She died several hours later.

The coroner blamed the medical workers’ failures as well as a diagnosis tool and a “confirmation bias” about the COVID-19 virus for contributing to the woman’s death.

Here’s more from the report:

On arrival, she was in the early stages of toxic shock and her initial blood results showed an acute kidney infection and that her organs were failing even although her NEWS score – a tool used to monitor clinical deterioration – did not reflect how ill she was. This, Ms Rae, wrote, is a feature of sepsis seen in previously, young, healthy patients. With the sepsis protocols now followed at the hospital, it was instead thought she was suffering with Covid-19 and Sarah did not receive antibiotics until 5pm.

… She said there was a confirmation bias at the hospital due to the Covid-19 pandemic which meant other diagnoses were not considered.

In her report, the coroner told the Department of Health and Social Care that there needs to be greater awareness about infection being a risk of the abortion drugs, and more women could die if nothing is done about it.

“I am concerned that there remains a lack of awareness of sepsis in particular following early medical abortion given how many opportunities there were to think sepsis in this case,” Rae said. “Whilst those giving evidence to me in court are now aware of sepsis and the risks post abortion having reflected on Sarah’s death, I am concerned that there is a lack of awareness of the risk of sepsis following early medical abortions.”

Abortion drugs are dangerous and can be deadly for the mother as well as her unborn baby. In the United States, the FDA has linked mifepristone to at least 26 women’s deaths and 4,000 serious complications between 2000 and 2018. However, under President Barack Obama, the FDA stopped requiring that non-fatal complications from mifepristone be reported. So the numbers almost certainly are much higher.

Pro-lifers have expressed concerns that the United States and United Kingdom could see more maternal abortion deaths due to lack of direct patient contact after both nations recently began allowing abortion drugs to be sold through the mail without a doctor’s visit.

In the UK, government health data showed a massive hospitalization rate due to abortion drugs after the government began allowing mail-order abortion drugs in 2020. According to the data, more than 10,000 women who received the abortion drugs by mail needed hospital treatment, or about one in 17 women.

Other studies have found that abortion drugs are not as safe as abortion activists would like women to believe.

A 2021 study by the Charlotte Lozier Institute found that the rate of abortion-related emergency room visits by women taking the abortion drug increased more than 500 percent between 2002 and 2015. Another 2009 study “Immediate Complications After Medical Compared With Surgical Termination of Pregnancy,” in “Obstetrics and Gynecology” found a complication rate of approximately 20 percent for the abortion drugs compared to 5.6 percent for surgical abortions. Hemorrhages and incomplete abortions were among the most common complications.

A December study in the journal “Health Services Research and Managerial Epidemiology,” also found a “significant” gap in reports on abortion complications from the drug mifepristone.

Mifepristone is an abortion drug used to block the pregnancy hormone progesterone and kill unborn babies up to about 10 weeks of pregnancy. Typically, it is taken with a second drug, misoprostol, to induce labor and expel the baby’s body.

Bio Terrorist Communist China elected to governing board of World Health Organization despite COVID-19 role

GENEVA, Switzerland (LifeSiteNews) – China has been elected to the Executive Board of the World Health Organization.

In a unanimous vote on May 27, China was elected to the Executive Board of the WHA, the WHO’s governing body, along with 11 other countries.  The voting took place during the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) meeting currently taking place in Geneva. There was no protest from any of the 194 WHO member states.

The 12 nations approved to appoint one member of the Executive Board include the following: Brazil, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Maldives, Micronesia (Federated States of), Morocco, Republic of Moldova, Senegal, Slovakia, United States of America, and Yemen.

READ: China tortures Uyghurs in brutal concentration camps to implement ‘One China’ policy, witnesses testify

The WHA agenda note added that “[i]n the General Committee’s opinion these 12 Members would provide, if elected, a balanced distribution of the Board as a whole.”

China will now serve on the Executive Board for a term of three years, thus, until 2025.

The appointment has raised concerns among China observers in light of the as yet still unacknowledged role China has played in the origin and spread of COVID-19.

Dr. Li-Meng Yan, a doctor and virologist who fled to the U.S. in April 2020 from China, said that she believes, based on her own research, COVID-19 “did not come from nature at all. It was created in a lab.”

Three things most likely to be legally challenged in Bill 96

from lying and lockdown and mandate supporting CTV

Even before Bill 96 was adopted earlier this week, changing the scope of Quebec’s language laws, some local lawyers said they were putting together a plan to challenge it.

They were joined two days later by the English Montreal School Board, which said it would launch a legal fight against the bill.

But what in the bill, exactly, will they be attacking? The EMSB so far hasn’t specified, just saying it believes the bill compromises its right to deliver an education system as it chooses to do.

And the group of lawyers, whose spokesperson so far has been constitutional lawyer Julius Grey, hasn’t laid out their full legal logic yet — they’re still working on it and aren’t going to rush it, Grey says.

However, there are a few parts of the bill that Grey says are most obviously ripe for a challenge, for different reasons. Here are three of them.

1: The bill would make citizens pay to get some legal documents translated into French.

Canadians’ basic rights in the justice system cannot be overridden by using the notwithstanding clause, Grey said in an interview this week.

The Legault government used that clause to pass the bill, pre-emptively protecting it from charter challenges, but that won’t protect any part of the bill that compromises people’s access to justice — particularly, Grey says, the notion that people can be made to pay for court translations, as the bill requires for certain documents.

“The thing that’s most literally unconstitutional is the rule that you have to accompany an English procedure by a French translation,” he said.

“In other words, you put a price — at your expense,” on using the justice system, he says.

“It’s like saying you have freedom of expression, but you have to pay the government $20 every time you use it.”

Not just any translation can be used in court. It’s expensive to get an official translation, Grey said. Quebec’s association of legal translators couldn’t be reached on Friday to explain the cost breakdown.

It also takes time to get translations ordered and produced, he added.

“If you’re in the last day before [a court] prescription, then it may not be feasible — you may lose your case, because you haven’t had time to do the translation,” he said.

Aside from people’s constitutional rights around justice, there were also two Supreme Court decisions, known as Blaikie 1 and Blaikie 2, that looked specifically at Quebec’s obligation to provide a bilingual justice system. The translation rule is contrary to Blaikie 2, Grey said.

To him, it’s also a fix to a problem that doesn’t exist — the province’s bilingual justice system is working well, with everyone’s cooperation and goodwill.

“There’s an awful lot that’s wrong with the system of justice, basically, on the level of accessibility — It’s not accessible, it’s too expensive and so on,” Grey said.

“But not on the bilingualism – the bilingualism is fine.”

In criminal cases, the accused has the right to have the case heard in English or French. If someone testifies in another language, it’s translated, but “on the whole, what you find in the system of justice is that it just works,” he said.

“Lawyers and the judge help out if one party has not understood something or whatever. It’s rare. I’ve never seen any difficulty with the language side.”

2: Quebec’s language watchdog can search lawyers’ and notaries’ offices

The Office québécois de la langue française or OQLF, as this office is known, is what monitors Quebecers’ use of French at workplaces and in public settings, such as signage.

Its powers are expanded in Bill 96, but there are still some things that are likely sacrosanct beyond the shield the notwithstanding clause provides, Grey said.

The OQLF is “given bigger power… than the police has in investigating murders,” he said, and greater powers than they would get under the Emergency Measures Act.

“Obviously, speaking English isn’t worse than murder,” he said, but in a couple of particular cases, a court may agree quickly that the law has overstepped.

The OQLF can search and seize documents from private, commercial offices and public ones that fall under the label “government administration” — but some of those offices have their own rights against this kind of search.

“When it comes to seizures and searches in lawyers and notaries’ offices, the Supreme Court has held that the solicitor-client privilege is a fundamental principle of justice — not in the Charter, but in the constitution,” he said.

“So it may be that they cannot allow the police to come in search notaries’ or lawyers’ files.

And, he added, “I don’t think they can even allow them to search doctors’ files,” though that’s a question that’s been left more legally open-ended in Canada — it may be time for a new judgment on the matter, Grey said.

In the health system, of course, “there are very serious penalties” for violating patient privacy, he said, “if you work at a hospital, for instance, and you look into somebody’s file you have no business looking at for non-medical reasons.”

3: The bill creates a long-term division between ‘historical’ and ‘other’ English-speakers

“I haven’t seen that in Canada before,” said Grey.

The idea of permanently separating two groups into this kind of two-tier system for a variety of daily purposes — not just in terms of who qualifies for English education — is new and calls for a legal challenge, he said.

Under the bill, new immigrants to Quebec would only be allowed to use English in all sorts of capacities for six months, after which they’d be required to use French, for example.

But “historic” English-speakers — those with grandfathered rights to attend school in English — wouldn’t be subject to the same provisions, it appears. It’s unclear so far how the system will work in reality.

In Canadian history, this kind of grouping-by-law is almost unheard-of, Grey said. There have sometimes been certain jobs reserved only for citizens, but that idea was “invalidated to a large extent under the Charter,” he said.

The only other example is Indian status, which has its own long roots.

“But on the whole, our tradition is not to create groups, distinct groups, based on heredity,” Grey said.

He added that “normal democratic countries don’t categorize populations.”

When will Quebecers know more about the legal challenges and the shape they take? It could be a while, since Grey and the committee of other lawyers he’s working with — the rest of whom haven’t been identified — ​​would rather do it well than do it fast, he said.

Earlier this week he said they intend to take the matter to the United Nations, as he did on an earlier language law in the early 1990s, if Canadian courts’ hands are tied because of the notwithstanding clause.


English Montreal School Board to launch court challenge against Quebec’s Bill 96

from lying Justin Castro funded, lockdown and mandate supporting global news

Quebec’s newly adopted law to protect and strengthen the French language will soon face a legal challenge from the province’s largest English-language school board.

The English Montreal School Board (EMSB) voted in favour of launching a court challenge on Thursday evening at an extraordinary session held to discuss the issue.

The decision comes only two days after the law, known as Bill 96, was passed by a vote of 78-29 at the Quebec legislature.

READ MORE: Quebec legislature adopts Bill 96 language reform by commanding margin

The controversial legislation proposes tougher language requirements, including in the education and business sectors. It also extends certain provisions of the existing language law to businesses of 25 or more employees and limits enrolment at Quebec’s English-language junior colleges, known as CEGEPs.

Bill 96 also invokes the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian Constitution to shield the legislation from Charter challenges.

Premier François Legault described legislation as “moderate” earlier this week, saying it was his responsibility to protect the French language. Critics, meanwhile, argue the scope of the bill goes too far and could limit access to health care and justice.

In a statement, the EMSB said it supports protecting the French language but “measures to protect the French language in Quebec cannot violate the constitutional rights of Quebecers.”

Despite being broadcast live on the EMSB website, much of the meeting was held in camera or behind closed doors, meaning members of the press and the public were not privy to the discussions.

Some of those in attendance at the meeting did voice concerns about the school board taking on its own legal challenge, citing costs and time.