Canadian PM: Brexit Is About Rejecting The New World Order

Canadian PM admits Brexit happened because public were fighting back against the New World Order

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has admitted that the British people’s decision to leave the EU was about citizens rejecting the New World Order.

In an astonishing admission to German newspaper Bild, Mr. Trudeau acknowledged that citizens across the globe are fed up of being ruled by elite globalists and said he sensed a growing frustration by people around the world.

The Canadian leader said that British people voting to reject the European Union was a sign of “frustration” at “out of touch elites.”

He said that people worldwide are now waking up to the New World Order’s agenda for a one-world government, microchipped population and world central bank – and want out.

Express.co.uk reports: The PM was responding to a question about Donald Trump and whether how much the G20 nations should listen to the United States president.

Mr Trudeau said: “Donald Trump was elected by people who seriously wonder what globalisation and global trade are doing for them. Over the decades, people felt neglected by political institutions.

“People have voted for Trump and said: Fix it!

“I think, in the last few years, we have seen a number of concrete examples – and the election of Mr Trump is one of them, the Brexit decision another – of people expressing very real frustration and their anger against institutions and out-of-touch elites.

“That has always been around, you can see it in the protests here.

“If the recent election results and the pressures out there have told us anything, it’s that it’s really important to listen to people, to understand their concerns and their fears.”

Mr Trudeau went on to say nations must respond to those fears.

He said: “Take in their reflections and focus on actually serving them instead of some nebulous idea of the country or the economy.

“If you focus on the people who work hard every day – the middle class – you get much more stable growth paths. There is real anger out there that we need to deal with.“

It followed the 45-year-old saying Canada and Ireland should take advantage of Britain’s increasingly isolated approach by seizing new openings on the global stage.

He said: “There are tremendous opportunities for countries like Canada and Ireland, at a time where perhaps our significant allies and trading partners in the case of both the US and the UK are turning inward or at least turning into a different direction.”

Mr Trudeau added that the two nations needed to “make the pitch” that their countries are “exciting and open to the world in a positive, progressive way.”

It followed the 45-year-old saying Canada and Ireland should take advantage of Britain’s increasingly isolated approach by seizing new openings on the global stage.

He said: “There are tremendous opportunities for countries like Canada and Ireland, at a time where perhaps our significant allies and trading partners in the case of both the US and the UK are turning inward or at least turning into a different direction.”

Mr Trudeau added that the two nations needed to “make the pitch” that their countries are “exciting and open to the world in a positive, progressive way.”

Ireland’s newly elected leader echoed his counterpart’s sentiments, reiterating his country’s commitment to the EU as Britain prepares for its departure.

Mr Varadkar said: “We each share a relationship with a very big neighbour, a neighbour that has to a certain extent decided to go in a different direction at least for the time being.”

The politician also claimed Britain’s exit from the European Union would be “unfortunate”, adding: “I can’t see a scenario where Britain could remain a member of the EU, even in a transitional period, and then negotiate other trade deals on their own.”

The two politicians are among a crop of young, centrist Western leaders, seen by some as a counterweight to the populism that fuelled Donald Trump’s election victory and Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

Mr Varadkar said “more and more people will want to come to Ireland” because of Brexit, as Dublin hopes to lure financial institutions from London after Britain quits the bloc.

  • grundlewig

    Hasn’t this plonker listened to what he has said about listening to the people and responding

  • Clarence Mercer

    Justin is doing exactly what Obama did and is serving the Globalist elites. His ego thinks he cann give away billions. Unfortunately for him his inexperience is showing and his arrogance is turning people against him. His ego thinks all the ethics investigations won’t add up, and the massive debt.