On July 3, 2020, Canada’s Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion announced that his office would launch an investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to have WE Charity manage a $900-million program for summer students. The complaint, filed by Conservative MP Michael Barrett alleges that Justin Trudeau contravened his obligation under the Conflict of Interest Act by participating in the decision to hire WE Charity to administer the Canada Student Service Grant (1)(2). Trudeau and his family have a long history of working with WE and have been paid for multiple events (53).
Trudeau’s wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, is currently a “WE ambassador and ally”and hosts a podcast with the organization. She also attended a WE Day event with her daughter and the prime minister’s mother, Margaret Trudeau, in London in March (3). A WE day was also the very first event Trudeau and his wife participated in after he won the election. It was the fourth time they were involved in the festivities. There seems to be a trend here because it was also the very first event he attended just three days after he was elected MP for Papineau (4). Four members of Trudeau’s family have spoken at the events. On a side note, Trudeau addressed the audience as “you guys.” What happened to peoplekind?
Just two months before Trudeau’s government announced the decision to use WE as the “only charity capable of administering” the student grant program, WE underwent a major reorganization. Even though their contracts did not expire until August 31, the chairs of the board for both the US and Canada resigned. Transparency seems to have been a big problem and it appears that perhaps the rest of the board was too white and had to be replaced by “people of colour.” After all, it’s bad optics to have too many white people around; what will people think (8)(9)? Or was playing the diversity card simply a distraction to hide deeper problems?
And that’s not the only example of WE Charity’s anti-white agenda, because they purposely tried to keep white children out of volunteering opportunities. They reported that 64% of the applicants were visible minorities, and that percentage would have become much higher had the camps or groups received more money if their volunteers were minorities or LGBT (52). WE was collecting information about the ethnicity of students applying for the grant, and was encouraging organizations to “target populations” representing minority groups, and to make up work that wasn’t needed in order to get paid more (10):
WE said the funds were being allocated among the 83 organizations that had signed up to take volunteers, based on each organization’s reach (local versus national) and its ability to engage “target populations,” which were defined in terms of regional diversity and whether the participants were visible minority individuals or Indigenous.
White children don’t have the privilege of being chosen for jobs or volunteer positions or even to be happy about who they are. What message is WE sending to the thousands of children who are supporting them? If you look at the audience at the massive WE Day events, it is very clear that most of the audience is made up of young white people! Yet WE is turning their backs on these children by denying them the same opportunities as other children. This is heart-breaking.
Why would Trudeau tell us that WE was the only charity capable of handling the grant, when the government already created the Canada Service Corps? WE is not even on the list of partners (15)! And what about Volunteer Canada (update), or just using a simple website like the I Want to Help page from the Government of Canada (11)(12)? Even the volunteer page from the government lists four charities, but not WE (13). What is going on here? Trudeau had this to say about Canada Service Corps:
Young people should have more chances to serve their communities, while gaining valuable skills and experience. That is what Canada Service Corps is all about. If we’re going to get this right, we need to hear from young Canadians. Together, let’s inspire a new culture of service in Canada and build a better country, one community at a time.Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada and Minister of Youth (14)
So, why did we need WE? It seems like there were already programs and partnerships in place. Who exactly is behind all of this?
Free the Children/WE History
On the surface, WE Charity is portrayed as being the saviours of the world (16). After all, who doesn’t want to help children? The “kids helping kids” model did really well for Kielburger, but controversy and deception really started at the very beginning (17)(18). We were told that the idea for starting the charity came from Craig Kielburger after seeing a story about Iqbal Masih, a 12-year-old former child slave in Pakistan’s carpet industry who had been murdered by his “slave masters” because he was an advocate for child rights.
That story was disputed, and Craig admitted that in his book (19)(20). A police report on the shooting confirmed that Masih had not been shot because of speaking out about child labour, and he was 19, not 12. Yet to this day, WE still continues to feed the same discredited story to the minds of children and liberals (22)(23).
Another chapter of the WE journey involved former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien. Kielburger managed to arrange to speak to the PM for 15 minutes in order to pitch his ideas. The pitch worked, and Chrétien helped catapult the boy to fame (24). The next thing Kielburger knew, he was sitting on Oprah Winfrey’s couch, where she lavished him with praise. Oprah was now on board, and she launched the next chapter of Craig Kielburger’s quest to change the world. She partnered with Kielburger through her “Angel Network (25).”
WE Day UN
On September 20, 2017, WE celebrated its first WE Day event in the United States at Madison Square Garden in New York (27). This one carried a new title: WE Day UN. Why not just admit that this a United Nations organization tasked with implementing the SDGs? The list of speakers for the event is downright alarming. Of course, Justin Trudeau was there with his mother, as expected, but who were other personalities chosen to influence and “inspire” our children?
Ellen Sirleaf, former president of Liberia, was embroiled in scandal since her birth. She was allegedly born into a family of ex-American slaves, who promptly enslaved the indigenous population upon arriving to Liberia. I guess they thought slavery was okay, after all. These descendants are called “Americo-Liberians (28).” This obviously lead to years of strife in the country, with the new arrivals from the US fighting for power with the original inhabitants. Sirleaf even spent time in prison over the feud.
Eventually, she achieved her goal and became president, and her inauguration was attended by the likes of US First Lady Laura Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (28). However her presidency was plagued with scandals, including defending laws to criminalize homosexual behaviour (29). What about “inclusiveness”? The Kielburgers must have known her history, and still chose her to apparently inspire our young people and address her as “her excellency.” Excellent at scandals, that’s for sure.
She was president for 12 years yet only signed an executive order blocking Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) for kids under 18 on her very last day in office. The EO only lasted for a year, leaving the task of enforcing it to the new government, which they did not (30). How many children were subjected to this horrific practice in 12 years? What is wrong with these people? Is Justin Trudeau pro-FGM? What about the Kielburgers?
The event was hosted by Jordan Fisher, a sex symbol with sexually-charged music videos that were released before he was chosen to host an event aimed at thousands of children (31). They already knew and chose this guy anyway! That’s the perfect role-model for your young daughter or son. Who doesn’t want to promote sex to children?
Fisher’s co-host, Skai Jackson, is a hypocrite and seems to enjoy completely ruining people’s lives. This woman is a Black Lives Matter bully and encouraged the doxxing of people, including children under 18. Doxxing is a cyber attack that involves discovering the real identity of an Internet user. The attacker then reveals that person’s details so others can target them with malicious attacks (32).
Jackson directed her fans to doxx people for anything they’ve said in their past, joke or not, that she considers to be racist, even attacking young children. She proudly announced that she was using her platform to destroy lives. People have lost their jobs and have been threatened. Yes, she hosted the WE event before this happened, but this is the character we are now dealing with. Part of the “platform” she now has came from her work for Craig Kielburger, and she is using it to destroy lives instead of inspire them (51).
Whoopi Goldberg is a huge Hillary Clinton fan who defended rapists, including Roman Polanski, after he was already convicted of drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl (33)(34). She said what Polanski did was not actually rape. What?! Shame on you, WE Charity!
Not only is Chelsea a Clinton, she is also a good friend of Ghislaine Maxwell (35). They vacationed together and Maxwell looked to be a distinguished guest standing in the front row at Chelsea’s wedding. Perhaps Chelsea spoke at WE Day to scope out some new targets for Maxwell to feed to Jeffrey Epstein? Parents would be wise to keep their children away from anything having to do with the Kielburger brothers and WE day!
The Order of the Jesuits, also known as the Society of Jesus, is a Roman Catholic order that was founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1534 (36). Pope Paul III approved the order on September 27, 1540. It is the largest order of the Catholic Church (37). The purpose of the Jesuits is the propagation of the Catholic faith by any means possible (38). Pope Paul III is considered the first pope of the Counter-Reformation, and the Jesuits played a prominent role in the militant movement and in the Inquisition. The counter-reformation was a violent response to the Reformation when Catholics began converting to Protestantism. Some of the examples of this violence are the Massacre of Saint Bartholomew’s Day and the Mérindol massacre.
The Jesuits were also responsible for changing biblical prophecy after they realized that the evidence for the antichrist power was pointing to them. Two Jesuit priests, Francisco Ribera and Luis De Alcazar were hired to confuse the prophecies and lead people away from the truth of the Bible (39).
The Jesuits were not founded to serve God or to love Jesus. By their own admission on the site of their Georgetown University, they inform us that their founder was driven by “fame, honour, and nobility.” His own fame? Nobility? What about being driven by a desire to serve Jesus Christ? It is very clear that this is not a Christian organization. They use a “handbook” written by a man who desired fame to guide their spirituality, not the Bible, and certainly not Jesus.
So, what do the Jesuits have to do with WE Charity?
During the 1920s and 1930s, new ways appeared of evangelizing the working-world: at the initiative of Abbot Cardijn, the Young Christian Workers (Jeunesse Ouvrière Chretienne – JOC) was founded in Belgium. From the very beginning, Jesuits took part in this chaplaincy in Belgium and in France where Fr. Guichard was the first chaplain of the women’s JOC.(41)
Craig and Marc Kielburger attended Brebeuf College School, a publicly- funded Roman Catholic all-boys high school in Toronto. Founded by the Jesuits in 1963, it is part of the Toronto Catholic District School Board and has been associated with the Jesuit’s Presentation Brothers since 1984 (42). This happens to be the same school that Pierre and Justin Trudeau attended (43). This is even the school where Justin wore his infamous blackface (44).
The Presentation Brothers are closely affiliated with the “Congregation of Christian Brothers” and were both founded by Edmund Rice (54)(55). At around the same time the Presentation Brothers became involved in running Brebeuf, the Congregation of Christian Brothers was under investigation for one of the largest cover-ups of sexual abuse by the Jesuits and the Catholic Church in the world. Government, law enforcement, and the Vatican were all involved in covering up decades of physical and sexual abuse at Mount Cashel Orphanage in St. John’s, Newfoundland (45). This is sickening! Did Pierre Trudeau hear about this while he was Prime Minster at the time? One investigator said, “I have never seen hell until I came to Mount Cashel (46).” The Vatican then went out of the way to do anything they could to avoid paying compensation to the victims (47).
Nevertheless, at an event in 2013, Marc Kielburger visited Brebeuf to lavish praise on the Jesuit school that was instrumental in launching Free the Children. And the WE indoctrination of children is starting as early as the kindergarten years. Would you trust this organization with your children?
If you want to make people believe in something they’ve never seen and half the world says is impossible, start young… The Kielburger brothers learned that lesson from the Jesuits at Brebeuf College in Toronto.Kielburgers’ power of youth nurtured by Jesuits
No wonder the Kielburgers and their WE Charity want to increase their “educational footprint (48).” That’s what the Jesuits do (49); they build schools everywhere to promote themselves and now want to be in every classroom! They are succeeding with WE, since classrooms all over North America are pushing their narrative and solidifying Jesuit rule across the planet while pushing the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN for Agenda 2030 (50).
Not surprisingly, the Kielburgers have set themselves an outsized target: to modernize the education system. Although their plan is still being formulated, the Kielburgers want to dramatically increase the charity’s educational footprint — its programs are already in about 8,000 schools in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. — while promoting “21st century learning skills:” critical thinking, critical research, problem solving, leadership, perseverance, grit.Free The Children at 20: An Unlikely Canadian Success Story
Clearly, WE Charity and WE Days have an agenda that involves the exploitation and brainwashing of our children and youth. This ongoing scandal with Trudeau and the Kielburgers appears to have been brewing for a long time, perhaps even before Pierre Trudeau established his Jesuit connections at Brebeuf College School. And it appears that this tangled web of deceit has been directly passed down to his wife and children. More importantly, it appears that WE is an elaborate Jesuit front established to indoctrinate our children!
This ordeal is only one example of how the Jesuits, Trudeaus, and Kielburgers are corrupting the world. In part two of this series we will cover the Jesuit abuse and involvement in Canada’s residential school system, which is now being pinned on the back of every Canadian. There is also the connections to the Rothschilds and Prince Charles’ Prince’s Trust, as well as their role in the Inquisition. Since arriving in Canada in the 1600s, they’ve had a lot of time to influence our entire history and shape Canada according to their rules and laws. It looks like Trudeau and Kielburger fumbling about has begun to shine a light in the darkness of the Jesuit world.