Letter to Mp’s who aren’t members of the WEF

Anna de Buisseret (UK Lawyer), [01/05/2022 12:21]
From another channel:
“Dear [Member of Parliament],
It has come to my attention that seven current and former members of the Cabinet, namely Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak, Sajid Javid, Jeremy Hunt, Priti Patel and Elizabeth Truss, are members of the World Economic Forum (“WEF”). I would suggest this represents a conflict of interest. At the very least it raises serious questions as to whether the decision making of such Cabinet ministers is based upon what is best for the nation or as often appears, as “shadow” spokespersons for the WEF. A recent example would be the statement made by Elizabeth Truss regarding Russia and the Ukraine which can be viewed here https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-61251698.
In addition, several political figures have gone through the WEF Young Global Leaders (“YGL”) program, namely Tony Blair (1993), Gordon Brown (1993), Ed Balls (2005), Yvette Cooper (2005) David Cameron (2006), Shami Chakrabarti (2006), Kate Garvey (2007), Douglas Alexander (2007), Brendan Cox (2012), Chuka Umunna (2012), and Lord Nat Wei Min (2013). Research suggests that the YGLs program is a five year indoctrination into the WEF principles with the goal being the creation of world leaders who do not answer to the people, but rather to the WEF. Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the WEF, said in 2017, “What we are very proud of is that we penetrate the global cabinets of countries with our young global leaders.”
Whilst not an expert on the WEF, a cursory glance at the website gives cause for concern. For example, in 2016 Ceri Parker, Commissioning Editor, Agenda, WEF, published an article “8 Predictions for the World in 2030” – https://www.weforum.org/…/8-predictions-for-the-world…/. I would like to draw your attention to point 1 of the article which states, “All products have become services” and goes on to state that we, the people, won’t own anything rather we’ll “borrow” what we need on demand. Please can you explain if the people do not own anything, then who does? The State? Corporations? If the people are not permitted to own anything, is that not a return to feudalism?
Please can you further explain how the WEF intends to get “buy in” from the British people to relinquish everything they own, everything they have inherited or worked so hard to attain and instead “borrow” everything and “be happy”? Who benefits from the implementation of “Agenda 2030”?
Could you please respond to the following questions:
1. do all members of the Cabinet support the WEF global agenda?
2. to what extent does WEF policy influence the decision making of the Cabinet?
3. what influence over national affairs do Young Global Leaders have? I ask since it is evident many are in highly paid positions throughout the private sector.
4. how many members of Parliament agree with and support the WEF agenda?
5. do you believe that any politician or political figure with links to the WEF should be obligated to disclose that relationship to the public? If not, as such connections raise clear concern regarding conflict of interest, can you please provide your reasoning as to why the public do not have a right to be informed?
6. what is your understanding of the WEF, its aims and influence, either directly or indirectly, on national policy?
These are critical questions that must be answered because I did not elect Klaus Schwab to a government position nor did I vote for Agenda 2030, nor did anyone in our country yet the events of the last two years would seem to suggest that much of the WEF agenda is being implemented, with direct and detrimental impact on the daily lives of the British public.
It is imperative that all British citizens be made aware of the existence of the WEF and understand its role in the governing of our nation. I therefore look forward to your urgent response and clarification.
I leave you with a paragraph from the foreword by The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, to the Ministerial Code (Cabinet Office August 2019):
“There must be no bullying and no harassment; no leaking; no breach of collective responsibility. No misuse of taxpayer money and no actual or perceived conflicts of interest. The precious principles of public life enshrined in this document – integrity, objectivity, accountability, transparency, honesty and leadership in the public interest – must be honoured at all times; as must the political impartiality of our much admired civil service.”
Best regards
[insert name and home address]”

2 Responses to “Letter to Mp’s who aren’t members of the WEF”

  1. nixon scraypes says:

    This pretty well nails it. Who do our elected representatives actually represent? Us or some unelected body of who knows what intentions? I know but this ought to be a compulsory question for all those seeking election as MPs. What’s the chances?!

  2. Mike says:

    Well said.