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Former President Bill Clinton was joined by BlackRock CEO Larry Fink at the Clinton Global Initiative conference in New York City to discuss a corporate framework known as Environmental Social Governance (ESG), a key feature of the globalist Great Reset agenda.
On the second day of the two-day meeting Tuesday, Clinton praised Fink for being one of the main drivers of ESG into the corporate space.
“I want to thank you for urging people to consider the social impact of their investments and trying not to go for a quick rate of return if it’s damaging to society but instead to try to build a future we can all share,” Clinton told Fink.
After thanking Fink for not being a “climate denier,” Clinton went on to praise him for using ESG to “bring back balance” to society.
Unilever CEO Alan Pope chimed in to argue that although there are “costs in the short-term” in implementing ESG, the clout and profit incentives are worth it.
Bill Clinton and @Unilever CEO Alan Jope discuss how Unilever is putting the ESG agenda ahead of their fiduciary duty to shareholders:— Will Hild (@WillHild) September 20, 2022
"It's not a great place to be selling food or personal care products when you're under water or on fire…" pic.twitter.com/d5z17zsX6o
BlackRock CEO Fink called for a total reorientation of the global financial system via the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank so that “all governments” can simultaneously impose ESG criteria on businesses worldwide.
.@BlackRock CEO Larry Fink calls to "change the charters" of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, along with bringing together "all governments" to facilitate his global ESG transition: pic.twitter.com/MR4Hn9Q5p5— Will Hild (@WillHild) September 20, 2022
Pope cited George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984” to argue that the “anti-woke backlash” against corporations imposing ESG measures in response to the “climate emergency” is “incredibly dangerous to the world.”
He then called for ESG measures to become a mandatory “metric” for businesses worldwide.
Notably, Attorneys General from 19 states called on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to investigate BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, over its aggressive push on ESG investments at the expense of U.S. taxpayers and national security.
“Based on the facts currently available to us, BlackRock appears to use the hard-earned money of our states’ citizens to circumvent the best possible return on investment, as well as their vote,” the AGs said in a letter to the SEC.
“BlackRock’s past public commitments indicate that it has used citizens’ assets to pressure companies to comply with international agreements such as the Paris Agreement that force the phase-out of fossil fuels, increase energy prices, drive inflation, and weaken the national security of the United States,” the letter added.
The ESG model is one of the main causes of the Sri Lankan government’s recent dramatic collapse as fuel and food prices skyrocketed to unaffordable levels following the country’s adherence to the World Economic Forum’s nitrogen reduction initiative.
It’s also the mechanism that sparked the farmer’s rebellion in the Netherlands as the Dutch government proclaimed the country will bend the knee to ESG protocols.
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