In this new video, Frank Gaffney, Founder of The Center for Security Policy, interviews me about events unfolding in Canada under the leadership of Justin Trudeau.
Recall Trudeau’s long admitted admiration for “China’s basic dictatorship,” his favor with the World Economic Forum and his trampling of the rights of the Freedom Convoy supporters. What is the latest controversy? Canada’s ArriveCAN App, about which even the Left-leaning Globe and Mail has expressed reservations, amid defense of it from Canada’s Transportation Minister Omar Alghabra. It’s touted as an “efficient,” but it’s glitch-ridden, as you’ll hear in the interview.
Now a constitutional challenge against the ArriveCAN app has been filed in Federal Court. It doesn’t stop there; you’ll hear about Canada’s unveiling of its digital ambition 2022. A day after Mr Gaffney interviewed me came an update:
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is actively promoting digital IDs. The Known Traveler Digital Identity (KTDI) is a WEF initiative that, according to its website, “brings together a global consortium of individuals, governments, authorities, and the travel industry to enhance security in world travel.”
Disturbing trends continue to show that Canada is tending increasingly to resemble “China’s basic dictatorship.”