Watch this woman – very, very carefully

    Chrystia Freeland

    The Honourable Chrystia Freeland is Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance. She is also a member of the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees which “serves as the guardian of the World Economic Forum’s mission and values”. Serving her real master: Klaus Schwab.

    Ms. Freeland was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre in July 2013.

    From November 2015 to January 2017, Ms. Freeland served as Canada’s Minister of International Trade, overseeing the successful negotiation of Canada’s free trade agreement with the European Union, CETA. From January 2017 to November 2019, she served as Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs. During this time, she was a leading advocate for democracy, human rights, and multilateralism around the world.

    In November 2019, Freeland was appointed Deputy Prime Minister of Canada and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs. In this capacity, she led Canada’s united response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She was appointed Minister of Finance in August 2020.

    She was born in Peace River, Alberta and educated at Harvard University before continuing her studies on a Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford.

    After launching her career in journalism as a Ukraine-based freelance correspondent for the Financial Times, The Washington Post, and The Economist, Freeland went on to various roles at the Financial Times of London. She then served as deputy editor of the Toronto-based Globe and Mail between 1999 and 2001, before returning to the Financial Times as deputy editor and then as United States managing editor. This skill runs in the family. Her maternal Ukrainian grandfather was the chief editor of a Nazi newspaper according to this newspaper. She is on the Russian government’s no-fly list.

    In 2018, the Deputy Prime Minister was recognized as Foreign Policy’s Diplomat of the Year. She was also awarded the Eric M. Warburg Award by Atlantik-Brücke (another elitist organization, focussed on journalists), for her achievements in strengthening transatlantic ties. In 2020, she was awarded Freedom House’s Mark Palmer Prize, in recognition of her years of work in championing democracy and human rights.

    Ms. Freeland speaks Russian, Ukrainian, Italian, French, and English. She lives in Toronto with her husband and three children.

    She is also a WEF member.

    What they say: The World Economic Forum’s International Business Council has proposed a set of universal environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics on which companies can report, regardless of their industry or region. This Leadership Panel examines how business leaders can implement non-financial disclosures for their companies and how investors and governments can work together to advance stakeholder capitalism in their region. What they mean: Take over all the resources, subdue and control populations – by eugenics if necessary – and rule with a rod of iron, all to benefit rich elites.