Forum of Young Global Leaders

The Young Global Leaders, or Forum of Young Global Leaders, is a nominally independent, non-profit organization launched by Klaus Schwab in 2004.1) It operates in association with the World Economic Forum.

The predecessor to the program operated from 1993-2003 as the Global Leaders for Tomorrow.2) This first iteration was shut down after the class of 2003. According to economist Richard Werner, who was selected in 2003, the program was closed down and rebooted as a more controllable group because there started to be too many people asking difficult questions in the forum.3)

COVID Lockdowns & Young Global Leaders

Hidden Alliance of former WEF Young Global Leaders working in Lockstep to enforce the Great Reset include Macron, Trudeau, Ardern, & Boris Johnson By The Exposé on January 27, 2022

A hidden alliance of political and corporate leaders is exploiting the pandemic with the aim of crashing national economies and introducing a global digital currency, and these leaders include President of France Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern, and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson.

This isn’t fiction, it’s fact. Just listen to the President of the World Economic Foum, Klaus Schwab, himself say the following –

“I have to say when I mention or names like Mrs Mirkle, Vladimir Putin and so on they have all been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum, but what we’re really proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, the President of Argentina and so on. So we penetrate the cabinets.

“So yesterday I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau, and I know that half of his cabinet are Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.” 4)

Gregory Hunt - Australia Health Minister

(linked source has footnotes w mega references)

Gregory Andrew Hunt is an Australian politician who has been Minister for Health since January 2017. [1] Since March 2020, Hunt has had oversight over the Australian government's actions in the COVID-19 deep event.

He worked as director of strategy at the World Economic Forum 2000-01, and was selected a Global Leader for Tomorrow by it in 2003. In November 2020 he was pictured with Klaus Schwabs book The Great Reset in his ministerial bookshelf. There are several other signs that he was groomed and helped forward by deep state forces. In February 2016, Hunt was named “Best Minister in the World” by a panel established by Thomson Reuters part of the Trusted News Initiative.

Hunt joined law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques after completing his undergraduate degree. In 1992 he was an associate to Michael Black, the chief justice of the Federal Court of Australia. Hunt subsequently completed a Master of Arts in International Relations at Yale University as a Fulbright Scholar. He also interned at the UN Centre for Human Rights in Geneva, “researching atrocities in the former Yugoslavia”.

In 1994, Hunt began working as a senior adviser to Alexander Downer (Downer was source of Russiagate rumor underpinning fraud to get FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign), the federal leader of opposition. He remained in Downer's office until 1998, spanning his resignation as Liberal leader and later appointment as foreign minister in the Howard Government.

He was the chief of the Australian Electoral Observer Mission at the 1998 Cambodian general election. Hunt subsequently worked as a senior fellow at the University of Melbourne's Centre for Comparative Constitutional Law (1998–1999), as engagement manager at management consultants McKinsey and Co. (1999–2001), and as director of strategy at the World Economic Forum. He was a foundation investor in project management software company Aconex, but had to sell his shares in 2013 when he became a government minister.

Hunt has played a prominent role in the implementation of the COVID-19 deep event in Australia. He was granted authority over Australia's strategy after the Governor-General of Australia enacted the Biosecurity Act 2015 on March 23, 2020.[2] Hunt's leadership over Australia's public health response to the pandemic has received praise from the Peter Doherty Institute and Washington Post. Hunt also conducted national press briefings[24] and has been prominent in the country's vaccination deployment. Hunt's ban on foreign travel both inbound and outbound for Australians during the event has faced legal challenges but was upheld in court.5)

1)
Martinet, S. (2011, March 9). Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore Earns World Economic Forum’s Leadership Award. Mashable. https://archive.ph/XJ6BL
2)
ISRAEL21c Staff. (2015, September 14). Israeli joins Bill Gates and Tony Blair as one of 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow. ISRAEL21c; Wayback Machine. https://web.archive.org/web/20150914181822/http://www.israel21c.org/israeli-joins-bill-gates-and-tony-blair-as-one-of-100-global-leaders-for-tomorrow/
3)
The Last American Vagabond. (2021, August). Richard Werner Interview - Covid Measures and the Central Controls over the Economy. Super U. https://superu.net/video/926eb21f-fa07-4f56-bb47-dd9d0f5f197e/
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