Canada Ushers In WEF’s ‘Global Carbon Tax’ Agenda

The Canadian government has signed an agreement with the World Economic Forum (WEF) that will see Canada begin paying taxes to the unelected globalist organization to supposedly “fight climate change.”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government signed the WEF’s Global Minimum Tax agreement.

The plan is part of the WEF’s New Global Tax Agenda.

Once the agreement has been signed by globalist nations worldwide, governments will be paying billions of dollars a year into the WEF’s Global Carbon Tax program.

The deal involves over 140 countries that have agreed to sign a multilateral international treaty consisting of two pillars.

The first stage is the goal of taxing multinational corporations wherever they do business.

The program is being facilitated by the WEF and its “Young Global Leaders” overseen by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

The OECD is another globalist international organization that integrates corporate agendas with government policies.

As Slay News has reported, WEF found and chairman, Professor Klaus Schwab, often boats that his so-called “Young Global Leaders” have “penetrated the cabinets” of major governments around the world.

PM Trudeau is listed as one of the WEF’s “Young Global Leaders” along with several other world leaders.

Schwab gloats that Trudeau, France’s President Macron, and even Russian President Vladimir Putin are under the WEF’s control.

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The “Young Global Leaders” are supposedly trained by the WEF before they are placed in government positions, remaining loyal to the unelected Switzerland-based organization.

In Canada alone, Trudeau, Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland, and the New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh are all known to be “Young Global Leaders.”

According to Schwab, however, “over half” of Trudeau’s cabinet is under the WEF’s control.

Under the WEF’s Global Minimum Tax agreement, multinationals would be subject to a 15% tax rate regardless of the country in which they operate.

The stated goal of this tax is to prevent multinationals from taking advantage of so-called tax havens like Switzerland and Ireland.

The tax haven practice is when a company will have its headquarters in a low-tax nation while making the majority of its profits in countries like the U.S.

Unsurprisingly, Canada is among the first to commit to signing the agreement.

The WEF’s New Global Tax Agenda will be rolled out in stages, first targeting international corporations before eventually expanding into a universal global tax system that is funded by the public.

Pillar One of the scheme involves branding the WEF’s tax as the Digital Services Tax, which Canada will use to target companies utilizing Canadians’ data before expanding it to other areas.

As per Budget 2024, “Canada reaffirms its commitment to Pillar One and will continue to work diligently to finalize a multilateral treaty and bring the new system into effect as soon as a critical mass of countries is willing.

“However, in view of consecutive delays internationally in implementing the multilateral treaty, Canada cannot continue to wait before taking action.”

Pillar Two will involve rolling out the rest of the scheme which establishes a global minimum corporate tax rate.

As per the budget, “Pillar Two of the plan is a global minimum tax regime to ensure that large multinational corporations are subject to a minimum effective tax rate of 15 percent on their profits wherever they do business.

“The federal government is moving ahead with legislation to implement the regime in Canada, following consultations last summer on draft legislative proposals for the new Global Minimum Tax Act.”

The government plans to introduce this legislation in Parliament soon.

On its surface, a global tax on multinational corporations doesn’t sound too concerning.

However, this move is just a stepping stone of the WEF’s far larger agenda that will push the general public into globalization.

The WEF’s goal is to establish a global body dictating domestic tax policy to sovereign nations around the world.

Citizens around the world will be paying a “Global Carbon Tax” to an unelected corporatocracy organization that claims to be “fighting climate change” while serving as a single global government.

Indeed, the WEF has stated as much as part of its broader New Global Tax Agenda.

The organization seeks to have this agenda adopted by countries around the world and has already “penetrated the cabinets” of sovereign nations with operatives who will make it happen.

During a recent panel discussion, WEF members laid out plans for the global corporate tax.

When asked whether this could lead to other international taxes being adopted, WEF members agreed that the end goal is the establishment of a global carbon tax.

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During the WEF annual summit in January, one of the unelected organization’s most powerful members called for nations to enforce “carbon taxes” on a global level to force the public to “transition” into the globalist climate agenda.

During a panel discussion at the Davos event, Saudi Arabia’s Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan laid out plans for introducing a “globally coordinated system of carbon taxes.”

According to Al-Jadaan, enforcing global “carbon taxes” would force the public to support the globalist green agenda whether they like it or not.

READ MORE – WEF Member Calls for 86% Reduction in World’s Population

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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