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Canada Considering Legislation That Would Jail Citizens For Thought “Hate Crimes”

In 1971 a business professor at the University of Geneva founded the WEF.

The ominous character, Klaus Schwab, first named the organization the European Management Forum which was changed  to the World Economic Forum in 1987 to broaden its vision to include providing a platform for resolving international conflicts.

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Leading up to the COVID pandemic, and continuing today, the WEF’s agenda of The Great Reset has identified younger world leaders, such as  Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to help advance their radical agenda.

The project was launched in June 2020, with a video featuring the then-Prince of Wales Charles released to mark its launch.

The Initiative was presented as an economic recovery plan drawn up by the World Economic Forum in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prime Minister Trudeau has systematically built a World Economic Forum-controlled cabinet moving the North American nation to the far left.

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Trudeau’s led Canadian government is now pushing for a new “pre-crime” authority which officials claim will help to tackle so-called “hate crimes.”

The law would give judges the power to put someone under house arrest if they fear they could “commit a hate crime.”

The new powers are buried in Trudeau’s “Online Harms Bill,” which is expected to soon be signed into law, the Daily Telegraph reports.

The “Online Harms Bill” is designed to crack down on any opposition to the anti-progressive agenda of Trudeau’s ruling Liberal Party.

Critics have warned the “draconian” bill is an overreach of power and could stifle free speech and difficult discussions.

But Canada’s justice minister defended the measure, claiming it would be an “important” tool to help protect potential victims.

Canadian Justice Minister Arif Virani declared the legislation could play a “very important” role in preventing criticism of minorities.

”[If] there’s a genuine fear of an escalation, then an individual or group could come forward and seek a peace bond against them and to prevent them from doing certain things,” Virani explained.

“That would help to de-radicalize people who are learning things online and acting out in the real world violently – sometimes fatally.

“What’s really critical is that it gives the judge a wonderful range of sentences,” he continued.

“This is not a mandatory minimum of a life sentence, this is just a larger range, including what would be the maximum sentence.”

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