In recent months, hundreds of large corporations and financial institutions have rallied around liberal goals, even enacting policies directly targeting conservatives or their views.
Zo signed on April 14, hundreds of the world's largest companies and financial institutions, including Amazon, Google, Netflix and Starbucks, a statement in which they express themselves opposing 'discriminatory legislation' aimed at making elections safer - a clear reference to common sense. reforms such as those recently passed in Georgia, including requiring voters to provide a driver's license or free state ID to prove their identity before voting.
Likewise, Major League Baseball recently announced that it was moving its annual All-Star Game out of Georgia in protest of the state's new election requirements.
In February, Coca-Cola employees would receive a have provided radical diversity training asking them to “try to be less white,” which, according to leaked slides from the presentation, implies that they are “less oppressive” and requires a “break with white solidarity”. "
In February and March announced the six largest banks in the United States at that they would introduce a net zero carbon funding requirement for all their business operations, effectively making it impossible for companies producing fossil fuels - as well as for any other company. who refuses to “go green” - to get a loan or take advantage of various other financial services at the country's largest banks. Many other, smaller banks have also registered.
Why are so many big corporations and financial institutions embracing leftist causes and alienating tens of millions of conservative people? While there are likely several main reasons, cronyism is the biggest - but not necessarily the old-fashioned backroom between business executives and politicians that we're all used to.
In recent years, dramatic shifts in monetary policy, coupled with better coordination between bankers, investors, government officials and corporations, have ushered in a whole new era of cronyism and the centralization of economic and social decision-making, an era of significant dangers. entails. to individual freedom.
At the root of the change is the recent rapid increase in money printing pursued by central banks in the United States and Europe, which have increased the money supply by trillions of dollars in just a few years.
Once government officials realized that they can now spend almost any amount they want without having to levy taxes, and banks discovered they could get a steady stream of freshly printed money from central banks on-demand, these two powerful groups came to the conclusion that they can effectively manage most economic activities without having to pass a whole host of new laws, taxes and restrictions.
Rather than resisting these changes, large companies and investors know they can benefit enormously from the scheme. All they have to do is play the game by agreeing to the whims of central banks, governments in North America and Europe, and their political allies - most of which are left-wing activist groups and trade unions.
I know this sounds like a wild right-wing conspiracy theory, but the evidence is pretty overwhelming. It launched in June 2020 World Economic Forum , in partnership with CEOs and presidents of major corporations, powerful bankers, international institutions, union leaders and activists, the ” Great reset “, A plan to the whole world economy .
"Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to technology, must be transformed," Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, wrote in a statement. article about the initiative. “In short, we have a ' big reset "of capitalism."
How exactly will this transformation take place? Just as we see it coming out now. Corporations and banks will impose a left-wing social justice policy on society, and they will be rewarded by governments, central banks and investors, who in turn will also reap large profits from new flows of government-printed money.
We know this is happening not only because businesses and banks have already begun to align themselves with leftist causes, even though they know this will frustrate large parts of their customer base, but also because companies have environmental, social and governance measures on a massive scale taken. ( ESG ) standards that systematize social justice goals within their companies.
According to a report ( pdf ) of KPMG, thousands of companies worldwide already have ESG or sustainability reporting systems, including 98 percent of large companies in the United States.
Furthermore, groups such as Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) have managed to get more than 3.000 investors and investor groups to support companies that embrace ESG systems. PRI signers more than manage $ 100 trillion of wealth, so you can be sure that big companies are listening when they talk.
In the past, companies have stayed out of most political and ideological debates, because alienating large segments of society is generally not a good recipe for success in a market economy. But with billions of dollars pouring into financial institutions and banks, it makes much more financial sense for companies to move to the left than to remain neutral.
Tens of millions of conservative customers collectively control a significant amount, but it's a drop in the bucket compared to the folks who signed up for the PRI and who spend their winters skiing at George Soros in Davos.
Businesses are going left for a reason, and it's not because they've had a sudden conversion to Bernie. The Great Reset, like so many other movements in history, is all about money and power - and today there are plenty of both available for ruling classes to get their hearts on.
People who, after reading the above traumatic message, have to deal with all kinds of emotions: scared, numb, shocked, sad, guilty, frustrated, angry or helpless.
can write for questions or comments to the address below:
World Economic Forum
att. Professor Klaus Schwab
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CH 1223 Geneva, Switzerland