A new radio program by the CBC is attempting to sell the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset” agenda to Canadians — despite calling it a conspiracy theory two years ago.
A recent episode of the Ideas podcast and a related article titled “Can the Great Reset really create a gentler, more equitable capitalism?” goes into detail about Klaus Schwab’s plans for “stakeholder capitalism.”
“In June 2020, the WEF launched its Great Reset initiative, proclaiming ‘now is the time to set the reset button on capitalism’,” writes the CBC.
“The WEF said the Great Reset would be a rare opportunity to build entirely new foundations for economic and social systems while addressing global challenges like income inequality and climate change.”
Throughout the pandemic, mainstream media outlets in Canada and beyond dismissed the concept of a “Great Reset” as a conspiracy.
A 2020 CBC podcast called the idea a “baseless and wide-ranging conspiracy theory.”
“The term means different things to different people. To the World Economic Forum it’s a vague goal to make the world more equal and address climate change in the wake of the pandemic. To Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre it’s evidence of a ‘power grab’ by ‘global financial elites.’ And to others, it’s part of a baseless and wide-ranging conspiracy theory,” the CBC wrote.
WEF has ‘penetrated the cabinets’
Several Canadian politicians have been accused of peddling the WEF’s “Great Reset” to Canadians. At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland and former health minister Patty Hajdu spoke at the “Great Reset Initiative “ launch in 2021.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau himself has also called the Covid-19 pandemic an “opportunity for a reset.”
WEF head Klaus Schwab has also been recorded saying on the record in 2017 that the globalist organization has penetrated the cabinets of national governments including Canada.
“I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I know that half of his cabinet, or even more than half of his cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders,” said Schwab.