The World Economic Forum’s global agenda pertaining to The Great Reset is happening, whether you know it or not. At its heart is the ESG (environment, social and governance) scoring system that is currently being rolled out globally.
ESG scoring rates individuals and businesses by a metric standard. A score is given to businesses and individuals attempting to measure how well they are aligning with an elitist-developed set of global standards (commonly referred to as “Sustainability”) in society. This score is then used to attempt to control economic decisions such as eligibility for loans or participating in business transactions, buying and selling of goods and yet be determined other control mechanisms. This system of bastardized capitalism, being implemented worldwide, wants to replace our old form of shareholder capitalism with “stakeholder capitalism.” It uses Private Public Partnerships to transform capitalism into fascism.
From the World Economic Forum’s website:
“By supporting the World Economic Forum’s Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics, investors can help progress towards better ESG reporting worldwide. The Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics promote alignment among existing ESG frameworks and create a set of data points that can be compared between companies, regardless of their industry or region. The metrics include non-financial disclosures centered around four pillars: people, planet, prosperity and principles of governance and include measurements around greenhouse gas emissions, pay equality and board diversity, among others.
Companies which have adopted this approach include: Accenture, Bank of America, Eni, Fidelity International, HSBC Holdings, IBM, Mastercard, Nestlé, PayPal, Royal DSM, Salesforce, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Total, UBS, Unilever, Yara International and Zurich Insurance Group. More details about this group of companies who have signed on to the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics can be found here.”
ESG scores are already being implemented by some Idaho businesses, investment firms and banks on individuals. Firms like Merrill Lynch, have put language in their monthly statements rating individuals on their investment decisions. Some airlines are tracking the carbon footprint for their flights.
Citizens will likely see more examples in the next 12-24 months of how you are being tracked and scored by theses elitists who want to intrude into your personal lives. Don’t fall for this abuse, find a new firm who aligns with your values and freedoms. How and where you spend your money and who you do business has never been a more important issue for freedom loving citizens to remain actively engaged in. Don’t support corporations or businesses that adhere or practice this ESG mind set. Please educate yourself on this issue! It will be one of the most important issues to affect your life in the coming days.