Saskatchewan’s Buffalo Party demands Premier Moe denounce ‘Great Reset’

REGINA – The Saskatchewan Buffalo Party took to the steps of the Saskatchewan Legislature Nov. 30 and delivered an open letter to Premier Scott Moe.

The letter was given to the Legislative Assembly Sergeant at Arms. The purpose of the letter was to hold the SaskParty accountable to election promises made to the people, and denounce the Prime Minister ushering in the ‘Great Reset.’

The Buffalo Party of Saskatchewan said they were Standing up for Rights and Freedoms under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms that provides a “Guarantee of Rights and Freedoms” to all Canadians.

“Today, we face the harsh reality that the rights and freedoms put in place to protect us are being eroded with little to no pushback,” said Wade Sira, leader of the Buffalo Party of Saskatchewan.

The Buffalo Party of Saskatchewan said they stand with the people in Saskatchewan to fight to preserve those rights and freedoms.

“We cannot stand idly by and watch those rights be infringed upon by the provincial and federal governments.”

Sira said the Buffalo Party continues to consult and work with professionals in the medical and legal field to ensure that proper solutions can be proposed to the Saskatchewan people so they are provided the best options available moving forward.

“We must recognize that measures taken over the past nine months are not working. Our mental health, physical health and economic development are suffering at an unacceptable rate. This must change.”

The letter to Moe states, “During the election you made a promise to the people of Saskatchewan that there would be no further lockdowns of the province or our economy.”

The letter also said that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau clearly stated he wants to use the current state of the pandemic to convert Canada into a full socialist country by implementing the World Economic Forum’s ‘Global Reset,’ and asked Moe if  he will stand up to Ottawa.

Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty delivered the Throne Speech Nov. 30, opening the first session of the new Legislative Assembly. Premier Scott Moe said the SaskParty was keeping election promises and were introducing two bills to create a new Home Renovation Tax Credit and reduce small business taxes.

“Our first two bills will be to create a new Home Renovation Tax Credit and reduce small business taxes, as promised in the recent election campaign,” said Moe in a statement to media Nov. 30. “We will also be moving quickly to cut everyone’s power bill by 10 per cent starting tomorrow, reduce ambulance charges for seniors and reinstate the Community Rink Affordability grant, as promised in the election campaign.”

Saskatchewan’s fall sitting is expected to last two weeks. There will be a longer legislative sitting in the spring, when the government will present the 2021-22 provincial budget.

Trudeau mentions Great Reset at UN

At the UN on Sept. 29, Trudeau said the pandemic was an opportunity for a reset as laid out by the World Economic Forum and he used Joe Biden’s campaign slogan “build back better.”

This sparked debate online about the Great Reset.

In November Trudeau was asked about his Sept. 29 UN speech where he mentioned that COVID-19 is an “opportunity for a reset.” 

“I think we are in a time of anxiety where people are looking for reasons for things that are happening to them,” said Trudeau. “That (in) the difficult moments we’re in, it’s nice to find someone to blame, something to point to, something to get mad at.”

And, during a news conference in November, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed what he called conspiracy theories circulating about his involvement in the “Great Reset,” saying that “we’re seeing a lot of people fall prey to misinformation.”

On Sept. 29, 2020, Trudeau tells the UN conference that the pandemic provided “opportunity for a reset” as laid out by the World Economic Forum and he used Joe Biden’s campaign slogan “build back better.”

On Nov. 16 Conservative Party of Canada Member of Parliament Pierre Poilievre launched a “Stop the Great Reset” petition. Poilievre tweeted about the petition. Poilievre said he is opposed to Trudeau imposing “socialist ideology” on Canada.

On Nov. 17, US Fox News host Tucker Carlson mentioned Trudeau’s comments to the UN and said, “The elites want COVID-19 lockdowns to usher in a ‘Great Reset’ and that should terrify you.”

World’s most powerful meet

At a virtual meeting in June 2020 hosted by the World Economic Forum, some of the world’s most powerful business leaders, government officials and activists announced a proposal to “reset” the global economy.  Instead of capitalism, the group said the world must adopt socialistic policies, such as wealth taxes, additional regulations and massive Green New Deal-like government programs. 

“Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed,” said Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in an article published on WEF’s website.

“In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.” 

Schwab said “all aspects of our societies and economies” must be “revamped,” from education to social contracts and working conditions.

Joining Schwab at the World Economic Forum meeting was Prince Charles, who is one of the primary advocates of the Great Reset. Others in attendance included CEOs and presidents of major international corporations, such as Microsoft and BP, Gina Gopinath, the chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, and António Guterres, the secretary-general of the United Nations.

At the June World Economic Forum, Prince Charles said the world needs a Great Reset.

At the June World Economic Forum meeting, the main theme was that the COVID-19 pandemic created a rare “opportunity” for many of the World Economic Forum’s members to bring about their sweeping overhaul of capitalism. They say they know this likely wouldn’t be possible without the global pandemic.

The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

The World Economic Forum meets in Davos, Switzerland, in January 2021 and will reveal more details about their proposed Great Reset.

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