Magdalena Andersson

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Person.png Magdalena Andersson  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician)
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BornEva Magdalena Andersson
23 January 1967
Uppsala, Sweden
NationalitySwedish
Alma materStockholm School of Economics
PartySwedish Social Democratic Party
Attended the 2016 Bilderberg as Swedish finance minister. Supporter of the Great Reset and new Prime Minister of Sweden.

Employment.png Prime Minister of Sweden Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
30 November 2021 - Present
Preceded byStefan Löfven

Employment.png Swedish Social Democratic Party/Leader

In office
4 November 2021 - Present
Preceded byStefan Löfven

Employment.png Sweden/Minister for Finance

In office
3 October 2014 - 30 November 2021
Preceded byAnders Borg
Attended the 2016 Bilderberg

She was reported to be a likely replacement for Stefan Löfven as Prime Minister of Sweden, who will not seek re-election at party conference in November 2021.[1]

The Great Reset

In April 2021, Andersson stated on Facebook that she would support a global economic restart to save the planet, a plan heavily promoted by the World Economic Forum. The statement was posted the same day that Andersson attended the International Monetary Fund's 43rd international meeting. Andersson also stated that the restart of the global economy is conditional on all countries in the world getting vaccinated. She also announced that she would take over as chairman of the IMF Council (IMFC).[2][3]

NATO

After the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, she has pushed hard for her country to join NATO, alongside Sanna Marin of Finland.[4]


 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/20169 June 201612 June 2016Germany
Dresden
The 2016 Bilderberg meeting took place in Dresden, Germany.
WEF/Annual Meeting/202021 January 202024 January 2020Switzerland
WEF
This mega-summit of the world's ruling class and their political and media appendages happens every year, but 2020 was special, as the continuous corporate media coverage of COVID-19 started more or less from one day to the next on 20/21 January 2020, coinciding with the start of the meeting.


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