In a world filled with buzzwords and seemingly noble initiatives, the question arises: Is Inclusive Capitalism truly about inclusivity? We dive deep into the Council for Inclusive Capitalism's globalist agenda, revealing the startling truth behind their initiatives. Are they really working for the greater good, or is there a hidden agenda at play? More on this below. Keep reading.
In July of last year, as the world's attention shifted away from the COVID-19 pandemic, I delved into an article about a relatively obscure initiative known as the "Council for Inclusive Capitalism" (CIC). Headed by Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a prominent figure in the Rothschild dynasty, this council represents the culmination of various globalist agendas. It's a striking revelation that demonstrates how what was once deemed a paranoid conspiracy theory - the New World Order - is now openly acknowledged.
The CIC's Global Connection
The CIC maintains close ties with influential institutions such as the World Economic Forum (WEF), the United Nations (UN), and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). However, its primary objective is to strengthen the nexus between these organizations and the corporate world, openly revealing concerning collusion. At its core, the CIC advocates for "Stakeholder Capitalism," which contends that international corporations bear a social responsibility to engage in societal engineering. They believe in manipulating civilization through economic incentives and penalties for the purported greater good.
Stakeholder Capitalism in Action
We've witnessed the implementation of this agenda during the COVID-19 lockdowns and the push for vaccine passports. The success of these efforts hinged on major corporate entities working closely with national governments and international organizations like the World Health Organization. Fortunately, these strategies faced resistance from both local governments and the public.
The Rise of ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance
ESG rating systems have also been instrumental in advancing stakeholder capitalism. While ESG may be familiar to most now, it was relatively unknown until recently. Globalists have been developing ESG regulations since 2005. ESG essentially functions as a tool, similar to China's social credit system but for businesses. Companies with higher ESG scores gain access to easier lending and government funding. Initially centered on climate controls, ESG evolved to encompass woke politics, including Critical Race Theory, feminism, trans ideology, and elements of Marxism.
The Widespread Influence of ESG
This modern ESG aimed to inundate the public with woke messaging across all forms of media and social interaction. It was a relentless campaign to saturate every facet of life with woke propaganda, and it proved effective for a time.
The Alternative Media's Triumph Over ESG
The exposure of ESG marks a significant victory for alternative media, revealing that the "wokification" of our society and economy was not a grassroots movement but a contrived agenda orchestrated by corporations and globalists using ESG as their vehicle.
A Change in Strategy
Lynn Forester de Rothschild recently acknowledged the failure of ESG at the B20 Summit in India. However, she hinted at the globalists' intent to rebrand their agenda under a different name, likely one less familiar to the public. This tactic of rebranding projects is typical among globalists, but it may not easily evade scrutiny this time.
Globalists on the Defensive
Interestingly, globalists have shifted from an offensive to a defensive posture in recent years. This shift suggests that something went awry for them during the COVID-19 crisis. They were once unabashed in their ambitions to establish a global authoritarian system, but now they are cautious and guarded in their rhetoric.
A Change in Discourse
Today, the genuine globalist agenda is discussed less openly in forums like the World Economic Forum (WEF) and more discreetly in climate change events such as the B20 in India or the Summit for a New Global Financing Pact in Paris. These forums provide globalists with a platform to express their true intentions.
The Connection to Biden's "Inflation Reduction Act"
Lynn Forester de Rothschild's endorsement of Biden's "Inflation Reduction Act" as a model for incentivizing climate controls confirms suspicions that the act had little to do with inflation. Instead, it appears to be a means of channeling taxpayer funds into government subsidies for carbon taxation and green technology, amounting to trillions of dollars annually.
The Road to a Global Economic Regime
In essence, companies that embrace green technology and climate ideology receive government subsidies and rewards, while those that resist are burdened with heavy taxation, leading to their eventual demise. This sets the stage for a global communist/collectivist economic system.
So, next time someone tells you that "Inclusive Capitalism" is all about inclusivity, you can politely remind them that it might just be about as inclusive as a VIP-only yacht party. Keep those life vests handy, folks!
Conclusion: The True Agenda
In conclusion, the facade of "inclusive capitalism," "stakeholder capitalism," and "ESG" conceals the real aim: total financial centralization in the hands of a select few elites. These issues serve as distractions from the ultimate goal - to impose economic micromanagement on the public. The establishment seeks to control every aspect of our lives, from our beliefs to our morals, by holding the economy hostage. Awareness of this agenda is crucial to safeguarding our freedoms and preserving a truly inclusive and free society.
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