MP Chrystia Freeland attended the 2020 World Economic Forum to assist Germany bribe foreign public officials

Published on January 30, 2023

MP Chrystia Freeland attended the 2020 World Economic Forum as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees. She attended with the intent to assist Germany and its proxy the World Economic Forum bribe foreign public officials. Germany used the venue to recruit foreign public officials for Germany and the WHO’s planned and lead COVID-19 bioterrorism attack.

Chrystia Freeland attended a meeting of the World Economic Forum Board of Trustees on January 24, 2020. Above screenshot of Chrystia Freeland’s itinerary for January 24, 2020 is provided as prima facie evidence. Chrystia Freeland attended as a Board of Trustees member.

Government documents provides convincing evidence that Chrystia Freeland gave Germany and it’s proxy the World Economic Forum $billions to assist Germany bribe foreign public officials who were in attendance. Germany and the WHO knew beforehand that world leaders weren’t going to assist Germany and the WHO wage the COVID-19 bioterrorism attack without being compensated financially.

The Government of Canada’s “Official International Reserves – February 5, 2020” report provides material evidence that Germany obtained $billions to finance the COVID-19 bioterrorism attack from German sympathizer/collaborator Chrystia Freeland.

The Government of Canada’s “Official International Reserves – February 5, 2020” report states:

“The Department of Finance Canada announced today that Canada’s official international reserves increased by an amount equivalent to US$1,175 million during January to US$86,472 million. This was driven by reserves management funding operations (US$566 million). … Notes. During January, Canada issued a 5-year US$3 billion global bond

The report states in Notes that the US$566 million was cross-currency swaps. Cross currency swap refers to an agreement between two parties to trade currencies. One party (Trudeau government) is essentially loaning another party (Germany government) money.

The “Official International Reserves – February 5, 2020” report also states in Notes that in January 2020 Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland government “issued a 5-year US$3 billion global bond“.

bond is a fixed income instrument that represents a loan made by an investor to a borrower (typically corporate or governmental). A bond could be thought of as an I.O.U. between the lender and borrower that includes the details of the loan and its payments.

Both the US$566 million cross-currency swaps and the 5-year US$3 billion global bond were made when Chrystia Freeland attended the 2020 World Economic Forum and a meeting of the World Economic Forum Board of Trustees.

Chrystia Freeland is in a conflict of interest and breach of public trust by being an active World Economic Forum Board of Trustee member and a member of Parliament of Canada.

The board of trustees will be responsible for holding “in-trust” the funds, assets, or property that belong to others with a fiduciary duty to protect them.

All MPs have a fiduciary duty to represent the interests of their constituents, not a foreign government or its proxy, the World Economic Forum. The House of Commons states:

“The obligation members have to represent the interests of their constituents is truly at the heart of the mandate of a member of parliament. Without constituents to represent there would be no role for MPs to play in our current system of government, there would be no need for an oath of office, there would be no system of representative democracy to uphold, there would be no need for parties to effect change or safeguard the status quo. The obligations members have flow from the power they gain from the citizenry.”

Chrystia Freeland attended the 2020 World Economic Forum as a Board of Trustee member. Chrystia Freeland misappropriated federal funding (US $3.6 billion) to assist Germany and it’s proxy bribe foreign public officials at the 2020 World Economic Forum. Her actions is defined as a criminal offences – Bribery of Foreign Public Officials and Breach of trust by public officer.

Foreign bribery under Canadian law is governed by the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (“CFPOA”) which makes it an offence to: i) directly or indirectly give, offer or agree to give or offer any form of advantage or benefit to a foreign public official to obtain an advantage in the course of business; or ii) engage in certain accounting practices where those practices are employed for the purpose of bribing a foreign public official or concealing a bribe.

Breach of trust by public officer

s. 122 Every official who, in connection with the duties of their office, commits fraud or a breach of trust, whether or not the fraud or breach of trust would be an offence if it were committed in relation to a private person, is guilty of

  • (a) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or

  • (b) an offence punishable on summary conviction

The World Economic Forum provides the most compelling evidence to support the assertion that Chrystia Freeland didn’t attend the 2020 World Economic Forum to represent Canada. She wasn’t on the list of political leaders taking part in the 2020 World Economic Forum. She attended as a World Economic Forum Board of Trustees member. Chrystia Freeland billed the Canadian people for her flights to and from Switzerland and for her luxurious accommodations.

It’s important Canadians and America know and understand that the WHO publicly stated “that the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in China peaked and plateaued between 23 January and 2 February 2020, and had been declining steadily since then” CNBC report. SARS-CoV-2 didn’t become a pandemic. So an act of bioterrorism was perpetrated by Germany, the WHO and the World Economic Forum to coerce World leaders to invest in/buy vaccines.

Germany’s proxy, the World Economic Forum holds all of its annual meetings in Switzerland because of the Swiss banks and their numbered accounts. An investigation would uncover that every time the World Economic Forum meets new numbered accounts are opened and bribe money is deposited. A financial warrant would uncover which foreign public officials Germany bribed during the 2020 World Economic Forum.

Revenue Canada has the means to uncover which Canadian public official(s) received bribe money from Germany during the 2020 World Economic Forum. The Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) standard has been adopted by much of the western world, including Switzerland. Its implementation began in Canada in 2018. AEOI gives Revenue Canada access to information about accounts held by Canadian residents in Switzerland, including account balances and beneficial ownership.

Chrystia Freeland attended the 2020 World Economic Forum to assist Canada’s WWI and WWII enemy wage a bioterrorism attack against the World’s civilian population pursuant to or in furtherance of a State or organizational policy – Germany and the World Health Organization’s global vaccine agenda. Freeland’s actions constitutes financing of terrorism. Financing of terrorism is providing the financial means to carry out terrorist activities.

“the Anti-terrorism Act introduced provisions into the Criminal Code and another piece of legislation to address terrorist financing …

the Act introduced new offences into the Code that prohibit the provision of any assistance to terrorist groups or in support of terrorist activities, including monetary assistance, property or services, and regardless of whether the assistance is provided directly or indirectly” Parliament of Canada

According to s.83.03 of the Code, if you help finance a terrorist enterprise, you can be jailed for up to 10 years.