It takes a special kind of arrogance to lie so brazenly.
Justin Trudeau and much of the establishment media have called the Great Reset a “conspiracy theory.”
That might be news to the Bank of Canada.
In an August 20, 2020 document, the Bank of Canada Deputy Governor issued a paper titled “The Great Reset,” with the subheading of “Supporting the transition to a greener, smarter economy.”
The paper goes on to say “COVID-19 is a shock and an opportunity,” and “Pivot to a greener, smarter economy?”
Interestingly, Trudeau’s PMO also may be surprised to hear Trudeau call it a conspiracy, since they put out a statement on his behalf in which he mentions it repeatedly.
Here it is:
“Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and the Commonwealth group of Permanent Representatives to the United Nations regarding financing for development and the Great Reset initiative. The Prime Minister thanked His Royal Highness for initiating the discussion at such a critical time and for championing the Great Reset initiative to build a better and more sustainable future for all.
Prime Minister Trudeau highlighted the importance of the Commonwealth as a space for dialogue and collective action on global issues related to sustainable development. He addressed the ongoing challenge posed by COVID-19 and the need to build back stronger, more resilient, and greener economies. The Prime Minister also noted the importance of multi-stakeholder partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society in shaping the future global economy in a way that supports social inclusion, fairness, equality, and sustainability.
The Prime Minister, His Royal Highness, and the Permanent Representatives discussed economic recovery and sustainability initiatives that will support the objectives of the Great Reset. The Prime Minister also underscored Canada’s continued commitment to climate action, and announced a new $9.5 million contribution to the Climate Finance Access Network. This contribution will help some of the most climate-vulnerable countries, notably Pacific small island developing states, to more easily access international climate finance. It will complement other recent initiatives supporting partnerships on climate action, including with Caribbean and African states.
The Prime Minister also spoke about the joint initiative he recently launched with the United Nations Secretary-General and the Prime Minister of Jamaica to accelerate the global response to the pandemic. This initiative emphasizes the need to improve access to critical development financing, including by low- and middle-income countries, to help them recover and “build back better”, creating more prosperous, resilient and inclusive economies and societies.
COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving global challenge. The Government of Canada is working closely with international partners to minimize the economic impact of the virus and to ensure that the global recovery is focused on building back stronger, more sustainable economies.”
By my count, “Great Reset” is mentioned 3 times.
Yet, Trudeau expects us to ignore what is right in front of us.
Nobody voted for a “great reset,” and nobody campaigned on it.
We were repeatedly told by governments that the number 1 goal was to fight the virus and protect the economy.
Instead, they are seeking to exploit this moment.
Ask yourself this:
If they could have passed the policies being pushed in the “great reset,” wouldn’t they have done so already?
The fact is, people wouldn’t vote for draconian and economically destructive measures, and so they were largely held back.
But now, with countries mired in fear, many politicians see an opportunity to push their agenda of increased taxes, increased centralization, and economic stagnation.
Worst of all, they are so arrogant, and so sure of their ‘unchallengeable power,’ that they are lying right to your face about it, expecting you to believe their false words rather than your own mind.
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