Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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Air Canadian proudly presents a collaboration of Air Canada, the Canadian Government and the World Economic Forum.....Huh! What 'E Fuck (WEF) is that supposed to mean? Besides, Ogee, did a First Grader type this? Can't imagine this is for real.


Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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''Leadership crisis in Canada''
''Editor's note: In 2015, not long after he was elected as prime minister for the first time, Justin Trudeau told the New York Times that Canada had no mainstream and no core values. But as Diane Bederman points out in this rousing article, Canada does have core values, it’s just that Trudeau does not share them. His actions and his declaration to the NYT that Canada is the world’s “first postnational state” indicate that his loyalties are not to Canada but to the globalists and their organizations, such as the World Economic Forum.''


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https://www.canadiancitizens.org/single ... -in-canada

Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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This is really mind boggling. The WEF is a forum where participants express and discuss views and not a governing body nor an entity with operational capacity to partner with projects of any kind and thus again, the question arises What 'E Fuck is going on here. Has the WEF already established itself as the the preliminary World Government? Meaning politicians and companies are actively working with them to establish the rules. Then we are doomed. They are wasting no time, don't they!

Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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Ogee wrote:
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Johnson does not work for the UK, Trudeau does not work for Canada, Biden does not work for the USA, Morrison does not work for Australia, Macron does not work for France, Scholz does not work for Germany........and Xi Jinping? His job is to establish a model of a social credit score system. Seems nobody works for his own country any longer. Yes, the whole thing starts to make sense.

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Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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The price of nitrate fertilizer mysteriously triples last November.

Yesterday; ''The Bank of England Governor has warned of 'apocalyptic' global food price rises and said he felt helpless.''

SO;
- The UK govt offers a lump sum to farmers to GIVE UP farming.

- Victoria Prem bans people from growing their own food (bio safety bs excuse)

- And in Canada; ''Still don't believe about government food control? This is a friend of my daughter here in Ontario. Just a small homesteader trying to get by as a single mom...''

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Re: WEF (aka The Davos Billionaire's Private Club)

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Digitalization.GIF
:lmao: It's like me, being replaced with a robot, is bringing out the best in me....Huh! After seeing how many people believed "Covid Vaccines protect" they know you are dumb enough to believe any sh* they tell you.



Automation could destroy as many as 73 million U.S. jobs by 2030, but economic growth, rising productivity and other forces could more than offset the losses, according to a new report by McKinsey Global Institute.
“The dire predictions that robots are going to take our jobs are overstated,” says Susan Lund, the group’s director of research and co-author of the study. “There will be enough jobs for everyone in most sectors.”......
(Yeah, if you are educated, highly trained and got multiple skills and of young age you might find another job. But the vast majority isn't. )


Sounds good so far, but then she turns around......and here comes the truth......read on!

Yet maintaining full employment will require a huge overhaul of the economy and labor market that rivals or exceeds the nation’s massive shifts from agriculture- and manufacturing-dominated societies over the past 165 years, the report says.
“I think it’s going to be a difficult transition,” Lund says.
The biggest challenge, Lund says, will be retraining millions of workers midcareer. Governments and businesses already have fallen short in the retraining of workers who lost jobs in the recession of 2007 to 2009.

“The big question isn’t, 'Will there be jobs?' ” Lund says. “The big question is, 'Will people who lost jobs be able to get new ones?' ”
According to the report, “there are few precedents in which societies have successfully retrained such large numbers of people.”


So, again, what did she say ....“The dire predictions that robots are going to take our jobs are overstated” . ...... :lmao:


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