Chrystia Freeland and the Ukraine

Who exactly is Chrystia Freeland?

Many Canadians will recognize her name as an elected official, or as the Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, but what do we really know about her?

Canadians tend to be very complacent with their role in the governmental process and we are learning a very hard lesson about the price of that inaction.  We have endured two years of government measures that have violated freedoms, closed businesses and destroyed countless lives; figuratively and literally.   When highly esteemed, internationally acclaimed doctors and scientists ask for an open debate to discuss the government actions, they are met with silence.  Additional questions are raised with the government’s actions to ban therapeutics with decades long safety profiles while at the same time not just approving experimental gene therapies but also mandating them. 

This past month we saw a demonstration of Unity never before seen in Canada when an internationally praised peaceful protest that involved a convoy of trucks, big and small, congregated in the nation’s capital.  While condemned harshly by government, the reality of the Charter protected protest was a peaceful and joyous celebration of freedom in the streets of Ottawa. The government felt so threatened by Canadians who filled their days singing, dancing, and hugging that the Liberal government invoked the Emergency Measures Act (formerly the War Measures Act) to give themselves unlimited powers to end the freedom rally.

Fortunately, after debate in the Senate the Act was revoked, but this was not before Chrystia Freeland boasted in a press conference that the Canadian government was going to freeze bank accounts of those who exercised their constitutional rights, particularly if they also received parking violations during the rally.   She went on to state that the government was going to give themselves the power to freeze bank accounts permanently for those who peacefully protested against government actions.     While the actions are certainly alarming, this raises a bigger question of who is Chrystia Freeland and who exactly is she representing as it seems clear that she is not supporting Canadians nor the rights protected under the Charter. 

A high level investigation found that Freeland, while holding the office of Deputy Prime Minister of Canada was ALSO on the Board of Trustees on the World Economic Forum (WEF).   This appears to be a gross conflict of interest at best as the WEF has their own agenda that we wrote about more in this article

Upon deeper investigation, it was quickly learned that Freeland’s grandfather was a member of the Nazi collaborator.  While this in itself is not a smoking gun, other information found is beginning to create a great picture of concern.  

Global News January 12, 2017

Why is Canada’s top diplomat, Chrystia Freeland, banned from Russia? March 17, 2017

Minister Freeland’s Grandfather,
Michael Chomiak,
the Nazi’s Top
Ukrainian Propagandist:

Fake News,
Mighty Wurlitzers,
Historical Amnesia and the
Elephant (or Bear) in the Room

6 Part Series

Globe and Mail October 11, 2021

KGB archives show how Chrystia Freeland drew the ire (and respect) of Soviet intelligence services

Globe and Mail October 13, 2021

Chrystia Freeland’s mystique is about to get its first real test

In this interview, the CBC seems to be downplaying Freeland’s involvement.  The timing of this is interesting as it was posted only 5 months ago. 

The KGB and Chrystia Freeland

  • 5 months ago
  • Radio
  • Duration24:33

Unearthed journals that were once the top-secret communications of the KGB — the Soviet Union’s secret police — shed new light on an early chapter of Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland’s life, and give us a window into the dying days of the USSR.

This story is far from over.   Check back for updates as we continue our investigation into Chrystia Freeland. 

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