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former Prime Minister Johnson also says the world needs Trump back in office


Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the globalist elites in Davos are trembling badly at the prospect of President Trump returning to power.  The former prime minister also declared that the world badly needs President Trump back.

Given that the biggest threat to democracy in the world today are the globalist elites connected to the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, putting Trump back in office is one of the strongest things that can be done to protect democracy.   WEF boss Klaus Schwab has openly salivated over the prospect of "not needing elections any more."  The WEF also promotes censorship of the public by government and its surrogates, a blatant attack on free speech.  Free speech is the fundamental building block of democracy.

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( January 22nd, 2024 @ 11:43 am )
The Davos globalist elitists are the threat to democracy worldwide, and Trump will be a roadblock to them. The top objective of the WEF is impostion of censorship by setting up something like Orwell's Ministry of Truth. At this year's Davos conference, they set up their highist priority to stamp out "misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation" which is anything that does not agree with their narrative and their agenda. WEF leader Klaus Schwab was born in Nazi Germany to an industrialist father who was a Nazi supporter and the apple does not fall far from the tree. Schwab is just as much of a totalitarian as his Nazi father. The WEF is scheming to cut off advertaising to news sources other than their "trusted" (loyal to them and their agenda) sources. The WEF is extremely evil and should be declared a terrorist organization.

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