Getting Canada out of the WEF Travel Program

I have already alerted Canadians that our government partnered with the World Economic Forum (WEF) on a pilot project called the Known Traveller Digital Identity (KTDI) which is a secured traveller program. I put out this warning a full month before the media finally acknowledged this is a real program.

You see, I remember growing up in a very different Canada than the one Justin Trudeau has ushered in. Not that long ago, all you needed to be a “trusted traveler” was to stitch a Canadian flag on your backpack. Now, it appears that our country needs to partner with the WEF in order to have a trusted traveller program.

Canadians did not consent to the WEF monitoring our travel through this non-consensual pilot project.

Canadians were not asked if they wanted to join this partnership, and by and large, if they had been presented with details, I do not believe they would want to be part of it.

We have successfully taken part in trusted traveler programs like Nexus that Canadians who frequently travel to the United States could opt in to of their own volition. These programs weren’t operated by third-party international organizations like the WEF. The fact that Klaus Schwab, the founder and Executive Chairman of the WEF, bragged about influencing Canada’s cabinet is reason enough not to partner with the WEF on any issue involving our security.

As Prime Minister, I will never join these programs or partner with any global organization, including the WEF.  Specifically, I will remove us from any that we are currently a part of, including this KTDI. 

In fact, I am going to get to work right now on letting our elected officials know how displeased Canadians are with the decision to partner with the WEF for the KTDI program.

Please sign this petition so we can start the work of getting us out of the KTDI pilot project.

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