A tarnished brand.Photographer: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images

Trudeau sold Canada to McKinsey

The McKinsey affair continues to splash the Trudeau government in spectacular fashion. The latter is following one scandal after another, in the social, political and media complaisance.

In a parliamentary commission, on January 30, 2023, we learned that Trudeau had signed an OPEN contract in 2015 with the McKinsey firm until the year 2100 (Two thousand and one hundred) !!!! Unbelievable!

Only a corrupt government would do this without thinking.

And it goes far beyond the amounts:

Do you realize that the world government is being set up with the help of corrupt politicians who have sold out?
It’s not about money, it’s about Canadian and citizen sovereignty!

The 116 millions of Canadian $ is just the tip of the iceberg.

The question to ask is not about money but about selling Canadian sovereignty and citizenship to a company directly linked to the World Economic Forum. What a way to set up a world government.
Canada is run by an unelected entity!

This is a serious issue! Major! And #JustinOtherScandal 

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Public governance issue

There is also a major and serious risk of replacing the public service altogether.

According to Professor Clarke, this type of contract undermines a principle at the heart of the Statute of Westminster, that of a neutral, merit-based public service that is able to serve the government regardless of the party in power.


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Daniel Brisson

Daniel a une immense expérience de la politique québécoise et a participé à des élections aux niveaux municipal, provincial et fédéral.
Daniel a été candidat pour le Parti conservateur du Québec aux élections provinciales de 2012, et a brigué la direction du PCQ en 2013, puis en 2021.
Daniel a également brigué la mairie de Québec en 2017 sous la bannière de l’Alliance Citoyenne de Québec, un parti qu'il a contribué à fonder. Daniel a également été notre candidat du PPC pour Louis-Hébert en 2019. En plus de son expérience politique, Daniel possède et exploite également une entreprise de conseil en TI et en affaires stratégiques, et agit à titre de vice-président de la Chambre économique Canada-Europe. Daniel est informaticien de métier et possède un diplôme en sciences politiques ainsi que de nombreuses certifications professionnelles et techniques.