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Catholic ‘War Criminal’ Tony Blair to Succeed Klaus Schwab as WEF Head

Updated: May 17

Britain's former prime minister supported abortion and homosexual "marriage"

Britain’s former prime minister, Tony Blair, is to succeed ailing arch-globalist, Klaus Schwab, as the next president of the World Economic Forum, a British parliamentarian has revealed.


In an interview given before his House of Commons speech on Thursday exposing excess deaths caused by the COVID-19 vaccine, Andrew Bridgen, parliamentarian for Northwest Leicestershire, revealed his worst fear that Blair would replace Schwab as WEF president.


“Klaus Schwab is in hospital. I have it on good authority that Tony Blair is taking over from him at the WEF,” Bridgen told Marcus Bozza of Herd Immunity News, a media organization educating the public on COVID-19 vaccine injuries.


Bridgen, a specialist in biochemistry, genetics, and virology, told the House of Commons that the deaths caused by the COVID-19 vaccine was “the greatest medical scandal in this country in living memory, and possibly ever.”


“I’ve been called an anti-vaxxer, as if I rejected these vaccines based on some ideology. I want to state clearly and unequivocally that I have not. I am in fact double vaccinated and vaccine harmed,” he said.


“And you don’t need any science training at all to be horrified by officials deliberately hiding key data in this scandal, and that’s exactly what’s going on,” Bridgen added.


In April 2023, Bridgen said that Blair was “seeking to replace Klaus Schwab as head of the World Economic Forum.” 


“Given Tony Blair’s record and huge body count in Iraq why would anyone ever trust him or believe a word he speaks?” Bridgen asked. “He must think people are stupid enough to fall for his weasel words once again.”


Over a million signatories petitioned Queen Elizabeth to strip Blair of his knighthood demanding that he “should be held accountable for war crimes” for “causing the death of countless innocent, civilian lives and service men in various conflicts.”


Earlier, Bridgen said that the British cabinet and the opposition parties in parliament had been infiltrated by the WEF, remarking: “There’s no other explanation for decisions that are being made which are not in the interests of the British people.”


“It’s a simple question: Is it a conflict of interest for our elected representatives to be associated or members of the WEF?” Bridgen tweeted.


Blair’s conversion to Catholicism in 2007, soon after he stepped down as prime minister, was slammed by faithful Catholics who questioned how the pro-abortionist could be welcomed by Cdl. Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, then archbishop of Westminster.


“If you look at Tony Blair’s voting record in the House of Commons, he’s gone against Church teaching on more than one occasion on things, for example, like abortion,” conservative member of parliament, Anne Widdecombe, told the BBC.


“I think a lot of people are going to feel exceptions have been made because of who he is,” Widdecombe, who converted to Catholicism from Anglicanism over the issue of women’s ordination, said.


John Smeaton, from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, described how Blair, while prime minister, “became one of the world’s most significant architects of the culture of death, promoting abortion, experimentation on unborn embryos, including cloned embryos, and euthanasia by neglect.”


In 2012, Blair said he “strongly supported” same-sex marriage, backing prime minister David Cameron’s plans to introduce gay marriage and defying both Pope Benedict XVI and the then Anglican archbishops of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams and Dr. John Sentamu.


Former Labor minister Peter Kilfoyle, a Catholic, said: “If he showed just one ounce of contrition over Iraq, then he would be closer to the body of morality that is the Catholic Church.”


Before the 2003 war against Iraq, Blair argued that the country’s dictator Saddam Hussein – was on the cusp of attaining weapons of mass destruction, claims that later proved to be false.


An official investigation later found the “intelligence had not established beyond doubt that Saddam Hussein had continued to produce chemical and biological weapons."


Pushing Catholics to accept the globalist agenda at a 2009 Communion and Liberation conference in Rimini, Italy, Blair said, “... the Church can be the insistent spiritual voice that makes globalization our servant, not our master.”


Critics have attacked the well-funded organizations founded by the former prime minister after he stepped down from office including the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and Tony Blair Faith Foundation for promoting toxic vaccines, globalism and religious indifferentism.


In a WEF 2023 discussion on containing the next major viral pandemic, Blair called for digital libraries that can record the vaccination status of people, stating: “In the end, you need the data: you need to know who’s been vaccinated and who hasn’t been.”

Mainline news media fact checkers have denied reports of Schwab’s hospitalization accusing social media users of spreading baseless rumors about Schwab’s health. The WEF has remained silent on the condition of its 86-year-old chief executive.

Dr. Jules Gomes, (BA, BD, MTh, PhD), has a doctorate in biblical studies from the University of Cambridge. Currently a Vatican-accredited journalist based in Rome, he is the author of five books and several academic articles. Gomes lectured at Catholic and Protestant seminaries and universities and was canon theologian and artistic director at Liverpool Cathedral.

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