1) Meet John McArthur.
2) John has a pretty impressive resume. UN Foundation, UNICEF, Millennium Development Goals, Sustainable Development Goals, World Economic Forum, Global Futures Council on International Governance, Policy Horizons Canada, and much more.
3) Just like Deputy Prime Minister, Chrystia Freeland, and the Secretariat of Canada's Covid-19 Task Force/Event 201 participant, Tim Evans, John is a Rhodes Scholar.
4) As a Globalist, John supports Justin Trudeau and how generous he is when giving away your money.
5) Given that support, it's interesting to see Conservative Party darling, Michelle Rempel, sharing a stage with him at different Globalist speaking events.
6) But when viewed in the context of Globalism, it's not a surprise. Michelle and John were both Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum, just like Chrystia Freeland.
7) John is on the steering committee for Policy Horizons Canada, which "uses foresight to help the federal government build stronger policies and programs in the face of an uncertain future".
8) Policy Horizons - an organization created by the Queen's Privy Council - promotes the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, among other things.
9) John McArthur co-chairs an initiative called "17 Rooms" with Zia Khan of the Rockefeller Foundation as an effort to further promote the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
10) The United Nations' Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development was signed onto by Conservative Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. Liberal Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has ensured the continuity of these Globalist pursuits.
11) In a 2014 speech at a Canada 2020 conference, former Conservative Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, spoke about this same continuity of policy.
12) Both the Liberals and Conservatives equally support the Sustainable Development Agenda, which is the root of carbon taxes, firearms restrictions, digital ID, global mass migration, global wealth redistribution, etc. Voting for either of those parties will ensure more of this.

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