Journalist loses it after Alberta health data-sharing agreement with WEF is scrapped

October 30, 2022

MEDICAL ADVICE: I think it is makes sense to base health decisions based on health experts. The group that you mention and the person at the helm of it (Klaus Schwab) – I don’t think he is a medical doctor; I don’t think he is a nurse; I don’t think he is a paramedic or a health professional. As I’ve said I am going to be taking advice from our front-line nurses, doctors, paramedics and health professionals.” Danielle Smith on responding to being challenged by Mr Fildebrandt in his defence of the World Economic Forum. Picture by Jake Wright.

HELPING HAND: “I put it to you, Premier Smith, that you believe this theory and I think it matters to Alberta voters that you explain whether you believe this WEF conspiracy theory is a front for the global cabal of world leaders bent on using the Pandemic to destroy capitalism to install a dysfunctional, dystopian utopia because it looks like you are basing actual health policy on it.” – Derek Fildebrandt of right-leaning on-line publication Western Journal, when asking incoming premier Danielle Smith about why she cut links with the World Economic Forum over a data-sharing agreement. Picture by Mark Huber.

 

 

 

A POLITICAL leader in Canada eviscerated a mainstream journalist after he challenged her for cutting off her province’s links to the World Economic Forum after he accused her of “peddling far-right conspiracy theories”.


Danielle Smith was recently elected as the new premier of the Canadian province of Alberta early this month and elements of the mainstream media became unhinged after she said ‘the unvaccinated; were the “most persecuted group in recent times” and those in the province’s health department who had been previously been suspended for refusing to take the Covid-19 vaccines had their jobs reinstated and at the time of this being press conference which this post is based upon, she was considering back-dating their pay for the period they had not worked.

‘Data sharing deal with WEF wasn’t necessary’

She referred why it was necessary to continue with a data-sharing agreement with the Swiss-based globalist outfit that was signed half way through the Pandemic that has numerous links with political leaders across Western countries, including Mark Rutte of Holland, the UK’s Rishi Sunak, Canada’s Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron of France and US president Joe Biden.

Miss Smith was responding to Western Standard‘s Derek Fildebrandt, who asked the question about the World Economic Forum after implying that drawing to attention to them was suggesting she was a “conspiracy theorist” as they had been linked to a “global cabal to bring in World Government” on-line.

Harris Faulkner of Canada’s True North, their equivalent of UK Column, GB News or Unity News Network, asks why mainstream Canadian journalists who were receiving money from the Canadian tax payer were triggered by her asking questions about the World Economic Forum.

Back in May here in the UK (for Canadian readers), the “no jab, no job” policy instituted by former Health secretary Sajid Javid was scrapped and those who were at the helm pushing for this to be reversed included Tatton MP Esther McVey.

Miss Smith said of the WEF: “I believe the Alberta Health services is the source of a lot problems that we have had. They signed some sort of partnership with the World Economic Forum right in the middle of the Pandemic. We have to address it. Why in the world do we have anything to do with the World Economic Forum. That’s got to end.”

‘Do you believe on-line conspiracy theory that WEF wants global government?’

The journalist from Western Standard, Derek Fildebrandt, appeared to lose it when he asked Miss Smith further about her observations on the WEF and is at one point referencing his notes: “This isn’t clickbait. This is a health decision that you announced on Friday.

“HS confirms there is a deal with WEF, it’s fairly minor, it’s an information sharing deal, but it does exist. You’re saying we are going to cancel that, anything to do with the WEF is a policy decision.

“What concerns you about the WEF and is it because you accept the on-line conspiracy theory that the WEF is a front for the global cabal of world leaders bent on using the Pandemic to destroy capitalism to install a dysfunctional, dystopian socialist utopia.

‘Someone told him to ask that question about WEF’

Faulkner mocking observes: ‘Do you think this is a front for a global cabal to install a world dystopia. I mean who wrote that question. He has to reference his notes which makes me think you were told to ask that question by someone who wrote that question for you because if you are a real journalist, you clearly have other things to ask about.”

If the deal with the WEF was only about data sharing, why would it matter if she decided to end it, Faulkner added.

Fildebrandt, who owns Western Standard, and president of the Wildrose Media Corporation, doubled down and became more unhinged when he pressed the same issue at the press conference announcing the change of policy. Fildebrandt seemed to come across as some sort of government gatekeeper, rather than as an objective journalist asking why she was making this decision.

‘Why don’t you want anything to do with the WEF?’

“You still haven’t answered my question, Premier, you don’t want anything to do with the WEF? And you have a well documented appetite for alternative media sources, so if you haven’t answered the question now, for a third time, the question is why won’t Danielle Smith answer that question?

“I put it to you, Premier, that you believe this theory and I think it matters to Alberta voters that you explain whether you believe this WEF theory because it looks like you are basing actual health policy based on.”

‘Alberta takes its health advice from health professionals, not the WEF’

Her response was unequivocal: “I think it is makes sense to base health decisions based on health experts. The group that you mention and the person at the helm of it (Klaus Schwab) – I don’t think he is a medical doctor; I don’t think he is a nurse; I don’t think he is a paramedic or a health professional. As I’ve said I am going to be taking advice from our front-line nurses, doctors, paramedics and health professionals.”

  • THIS is based on information shared by True North News for a wider audience here in the UK to highlight the conduct of mainstream legacy journalists and should be viewed and read as such.

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JJ Rapid October 30, 2022 at 10:55 pm

Fildebrandt and Smith have a bit of a political history with the Wildrose and UCP party. Fildebrandt was a politician, now a journalist.

https://calgaryherald.com/news/politics/derek-fildebrandt-resigns-as-leader-of-upstart-freedom-conservative-party

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