“I know some people don’t like it. It is a loss of national sovereignty.”
Basically he says that we have to go to these meetings in order to be told what to do about how we should participate in the “global economy”. He’s not willing for some reason to ask Canadians what he should do. That would be “sovereignty” and that’s so out of date.
He takes his orders – like previous Prime Ministers – from mysterious people at these meetings who tell him what Canada should do – according to treaties where sovereignty was already signed away.
I’m sure he was vetted in this role of obeying the world government before he was recruited by the Establishment to be Conservative Party leader, just as the Liberal Party leader was vetted in advance.
And they are there just to present a false outward appearance of choice and democracy for the Canadian public to believe in. And many Canadians who follow politics take the party divisions very seriously. They start picking sides immediately when any issue comes up, so you can’t actually have a serious discussion with them about reality.