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December 19, 2023 | Will Trudeau Resign?

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.


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Will Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, step down from his position? Seven in 10 Canadians think that Justin Trudeau should resign as the leader of the Liberal Party and Prime Minister of Canada in 2024, according to a survey by Ipsos. However, a majority of six in 10 Canadians do not believe he will actually step down. This indicates a significant discrepancy between the public’s opinion on Trudeau’s resignation and their expectations of his actions. Additionally, a growing proportion of Canadians, over seven in 10, now think it is time for the Liberals to elect a new leader to lead them into the next election.

Only 59% of respondents actually believe there will be an election in 2024. Trudeau brokered a deal with the New Democratic Party whereby the Liberals may remain in power until 2025. The problem is that Trudeau has sold out Canada to the World Economic Forum’s Build Back Better agenda. Klaus Schwab continually praises Trudeau for being one of his Young Leaders and every piece of legislation passed under Trudeau has aligned with the plans for the Great Reset.

So who would replace Trudeau in the Liberal Party? Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said she is “absolutely supporting” Justin Trudeau in the next election and will “definitely” run for Canada’s top office after Trudeau’s reign. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees. Canadians should expect nothing to change if they elect her to power.

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland

Before she was brought under Schwab’s wing, she wrote a book in 2012 entitled: “Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else.” The plutocrats are the globalists elites who control the masses. “Some farsighted plutocrats try to use their money not merely to buy public office for themselves but to redirect the reigning ideology of a nation, a region or even the world,” Freeland wrote. Now she stands on the stage at Davos and conspires with the other plutocrats, and has quickly moved up in the ranks to become a sitting board member. She knew of the power this group had long before she was invited to be in the club.

Schwab has promised these politicians dictatorial powers and the end of all democratic processes. Schwab is pushing the design of Europe upon the rest of the world, whereby the head of state NEVER stands for election. This is precisely how the European Commission operates, as it makes all laws but permits the people to vote for an MP who has no power to make or overrule laws crafted by the European Commission. Canadians should be appalled that a separate entity is controlling their politicians and OPENLY BRAGGING about infiltrating cabinets globally.

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December 19th, 2023

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