From a score of 64 per cent in August 2021, trust levels dropped to 50 per cent during the Trucker Convoy in Ottawa six months later.

by Brad Salzberg

March 22, 2024

“In 2023, 50 percent of Canadians felt distrust in legacy media, which is heavily subsidized by the Canadian government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.”

As reported by True North Media, the “Edelman Trust Barometer Canada Report” reflects the current level of trust that voters maintain regarding Canada’s most “valued institutions.” Eight years of a Trudeau-led Liberal government has put the kibosh on what were once considered trustworthy domestic institutions.

In 2024, “55 percent of Canadians replied that yes, they felt that legacy media, and by extension journalists, were lying to them by misleading or falsely reporting the truth.”

Additional data speaks to a continual downward trend of trust in government, and the mainstream media outlets they fund by the billions. A report from the Institute On Governance speaks to a social trend which should be understood by all Canadians:

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  1. Canada Rolling Out Social Credit System, Citizens’ Bank Accounts Linked to Obedience Scores

    Proponents of the social credit score-linked banking paradigm say it will make Canadian banks more “inclusive,” allowing them to easily access user data on demand while being able to share information with one another.

    A World Bank partner called Open Banking Excellence (OBE), which originated in the United Kingdom, is proudly boasting right now that it will incorporate social credit scores with people’s banking information in Canada. Canadians will likely receive digital “cash” and identification in a “convenient,” all-in-one and “inclusive” place.
    How forcing Canadians and others around the world to maintain high social credit scores in order to buy and sell constitutes “inclusivity” and “fairness” remains unknown. OBE officials and other proponents of the construct never really say.

    “It drives financial inclusion,” is all Child will say about the scheme. “It’s democratizing data.”

    What we can clearly see from all this is that Child has her eyes on all the gold her data collection scheme will add to her financial stockpile. Data of the kind her group collects in order to populate social credit scores is valuable, after all, especially as the world descends into a cashless abyss.

    “There is no easier way to control the masses than to control their access to money, and their ability to buy, trade and freely move about,”