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The Great Reset, The Grand Refusal & ESG Investing
Informed Resistance is Fertile
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Rectenwald analyses the Great Reset agenda and proposes a set of 9 principles of resistance to it that he calls 'The Grand Refusal:'
Refuse CBDC - Central Bank Digital Currency
Reject internet of bodies (IOB) technologies, the installation of devices in your body, the Metaverse and transhumanism.
Refuse digital identity.
Practice the free market.
Divest from ESG stocks.
Remove money from ESG-reporting banks and avoid buying insurance from ESG-reporting insurance companies.
Put extreme pressure on government representatives to do the following:
Encourage defection of elites from the globalist agenda.
Network with like-minded individuals and spread this plan digitally and analogically.
Most of these issues will be familiar to most readers, but why the emphasis on ESG investing, and what is it?
Like most things highly dubious, the term ESG - for Environmental, Social and Governance - originated with the United Nations.
Back in 2004, then UN Secretary Kofi Annan first used the acronym in connection with publication of the UN Global Compact Initiative’s “Who Cares Wins” report. It is part of the Socially Responsible Investing ideology also embodied in such initiatives as 'Conscious Capitalism' and 'Impact Investing.' Annan "asked major financial institutions to collaborate with the United Nations and the International Finance Corporation in identifying ways to integrate environmental, social, and governance concerns into capital markets."
ESG functions as a social credit or vaccine passport system for corporations. It is an index of a company's degree of compliance with the dominant ideological orthodoxies of the day.
And, like all these economic compliance enforcement agendas, the shared, underlying intent of ESG is to monetize virtually everything and every being on the planet (including your ass) as a 'new asset class' for both well-meaning, but deluded and also rapatious, predatory investors.
However, ESG has its detractors, even among mainstream investment analysts.
A common complaint seems to be that the ESG meme has become closely associated with values associated with 'Wokeness.'
Even the Heritage Foundation published an article titled,
We invite you to check out these sources, do your own due dilligence, and come to your own conclusions.
284,974 views Apr 30, 2023 From the Mises Institute's recent event in Birmingham, Alabama, dedicated to the global threat of "The Great Reset". Recorded on April 22, 2023. In recent years, Americans have suffered from the horrors of covid tyranny, government-directed corporate censorship, and now our current banking crisis. The global elite have never been more obvious in their intentions for the greater control over society. Their aim is further consolidation of power and wealth into the hands of radical ideologues and to transform almost every aspect of human society. They are not subtle in their ambition. They call it The Great Reset.
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