Alberta Premier Danielle Smith supported federal Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre when asked whether she also rejects the World Economic Forum’s role in shaping Canadian policies and laws.
Smith was asked about the WEF after multiple mainstream media outlets all published the same article from the Canadian Press wire service regarding Poilievre and the globalist organization. The article framed Poilievre as a conspiracy theorist for his stance against the WEF.
A Toronto Star reporter asked Smith if she shared Poilievre’s weariness with the WEF.
“Well I can tell you, not a single Albertan comes up to me and asks me when I’m flying off to Davos and meet behind closed doors with a bunch of billionaires who brag about how much control they have over governments,” Smith said.
“Not a single Albertan has come up to me and asked me that,” she added.
The United Conservative Premier also said that the Alberta Health Services ended an agreement it had in place with the WEF last October.
Smith slammed WEF last year
Smith made similar disparaging comments against the WEF last year.
In October, Smith said “I find it distasteful when billionaires brag about how much control they have over political leaders, as the head of that organization has.”
Of course, WEF leader Klaus Schwab in 2017 said his organization has managed to “penetrate the cabinets” and specifically named the Trudeau Liberals. However, mainstream media continue to call the idea that the WEF has control over Canadian politicians a debunked conspiracy theory.
Poilievre also wants out of the WEF
Federal Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre recently said that, as Prime Minister, he would ban all ministers from the WEF.
He also said he would implement vaccine mandates or require digital IDs or Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs).
Earlier this year, Conservative MP Leslyn Lewis revealed that the Liberals signed into a WEF ‘Agile Nations’ Charter that surrenders health and environmental authority to Davos.
This came just months after it was revealed the Trudeau Liberals had partnered with the WEF to introduce a ‘Known Traveler Digital Identity’ program.