The four pillars in the globalists’ strategy to impose Marxism in America

by Ezequiel Doiny

1. Critical Race Theory (CRT). As James Lindsey explains CRT is Race Marxism. Please see a description of James Lindsey book “Race Marxism” below.”Critical Race Theory is a reinvention of an older, terrible idea, Marxism, using race “as the central construct for understanding inequality” in place of economic class. That is, Critical Race Theory is Race Marxism. The evidence of this claim is so overwhelming upon even casual examination that it is a shock that it isn’t immediately plain to everyone who encounters it. Therefore, this book by James Lindsay, the leading investigator of Critical Race Theory, serves less to make the case that Critical Race Theory is Race Marxism and more to serve as a long permission slip to the public to call Critical Race Theory what it plainly is.  Race Marxism exists to tell the truth about Critical Race Theory in unprecedented clarity and depth. Across its six weighty chapters, Lindsay explains what Critical Race Theory is, what it believes, where it comes from, how it operates, and what we can do about it now that we know what we’re dealing with. It exposes Critical Race Theory for what it is by ranging widely across its own literature and a survey of some of the darkest philosophical currents of the last three hundred years in Western thought. Readers will come away understanding Critical Race Theory and be able to speak the truth about it with authority: Critical Race Theory is Race Marxism, and, like all Marxist Theories before it, it will not work this time.”

Click here to listen to James Lindsey podcast explaining that CRT is “Race Marxism”.

2. The fight against “climate change” is actually a cover to destroy the centrality of the US dollar in the global financial system and transfer power to an international organization like the IMF. Please see my article here, where I explain this in detail.

3. The IRS abuses taxpayer dollars to advance leftwing causes illegally and unconstitutionally.
David Horowitz and John Perazzo wrote in Frontpage Magazine “On August 7, the Democrats passed a bill that authorizes a ten-year, $80 billion hike in federal funding for the Internal Revenue Service, which will make it possible for the IRS to hire 87,000 new agents and will make it larger than the Pentagon, the State Department, FBI, and Border Patrol combined.  The IRS has already been weaponized as a national federal police force to harass, punish and obstruct conservative and religious organizations. Under President Obama, the IRS blocked the efforts of hundreds of Tea Party and other conservative groups to apply for tax-exempt status. The objective was to prevent those groups – and the millions of voters whom they might potentially have influenced – from having a voice in our democracy…”

4. Globalists use ESGs used to force corporations to align politically to their agenda
On August 12, 2022 the Gateway Pundit reported “The House of Representatives on Friday passed the $740 billion Bidenflation scam bill which will raise taxes on the middle class and make inflation worse.  The Senate passed the ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ through budget reconciliation last week and Pelosi brought it to the House floor on Friday.  The House voted 220 to 207 on party line.  Not one Republican voted in favor of the bill.   The bill will allocate $369 million for ‘green energy’ – it’s actually just one big Marxist slush fund.  The bill will add 87,000 new IRS employees to harass and abuse working Americans and their political opponents.”

Were the 87,000 new IRS employees hired to also verify if companies are complying with the ESG index? 

On August 11, 2022 Newsmax explained how Companies are being forced to align to woke agenda “Whole Foods founder John Mackey says in an interview published in the New York Post on Thursday that he regrets if his business management movement Conscious Capitalism has inadvertently pushed some companies to push a liberal agenda over good business practices.  The trend of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has businesses forcing such issues as green energy or gender or racial diversity mandates on board composition, Mackey, who is set to retire in September told Carrie Sheffield in an interview for the Post…”

On September 20, 2021 Patrick Tyrrell reported in the Heritage Foundation “…Environmental, social, and governance responsibility advocates force companies to take positions in the political arena on issues that may have nothing to do with the company’s actual business activities.  Typical targets include use of fossil fuels, Second Amendment rights, and welfare policy. In their self-righteous elitism, environmental, social, and governance responsibility advocates have no qualms about the use of shareholders’ assets—other people’s money—to promote their various political causes. Companies like Delta Air Lines provide air transportation to customers. Because people choose to buy their services, airline stewardesses, mechanics, and pilots, among others, have jobs. The employees of corporations can choose to donate a portion of their paychecks to woke causes if they choose. There is nothing wrong with that.  People who own shares of corporations can also choose to invest in so-called social justice causes. Environmental, social, and governance responsibility advocates want to take that choice away by pressuring management to toe the woke line with their shareholders’ money.  Much of environmental, social, and governance responsibility is virtue signaling done to elevate the reputations of senior executives. In reality, what they are signaling is their dereliction of their fiduciary duty to those who have invested in their companies…” explains that the ESG is calculated in part from the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). “ESG score is a measure of a company’s exposure to long-term environmental, social, and governance risks that are often overlooked during traditional financial analyses. These risks include things like energy efficiency, worker safety, and board diversity…  
“Who calculates the ESG scores? ESG rating agencies are third-party companies that specialize in ESG scoring. While there are hundreds of rating agencies that provide ESG scores, some of the prominent ESG score providers include Bloomberg ESG Data Services, Dow Jones Sustainability Index, MSCI ESG Research, Sustainalytics, Thomson Reuters ESG Research Data, S&P Global, ISS ESG, Vigeo/EIRIS, Fitch Ratings, and Moody’s Investors Service. 
“How is an ESG score calculated? Each ESG rating firm has developed individual criteria for assessing ESG performance based on data gathered from a variety of sources, including securities filings, voluntary business disclosures, governmental databases, academic research, and media reports. Any ESG data that a business has made available through voluntary disclosure frameworks, such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Value Reporting Foundation’s (VRF) SASB Standards, CDP, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), can serve as a significant source of data for most rating providers.  Using analysts and algorithms, the companies convert ESG metrics like a company’s carbon emissions, board diversity, or safety procedures into siloed environmental, social, and governance scores, which are then merged into a single primary rating…”

The UN website explains “The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries – developed and developing – in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.”

The conceptual/intellectual foundation of the “17 Sustainable Development Goals” that the UN uses to calculate the SDGs were promoted by the World Economic Forum in 2015. The 2015 video below by the World Economic Forum called for a “Social Contract” to “transform the World by 2030” “Learn about the historic 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which outlines common action on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that were adopted by over 150 world leaders in September 2015.”

The same way States are forbidding Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ratings should be forbidden in Wall Street. Globalists use the UN’s “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDG) to calculate the ESG used to force corporations to align politically to their agenda.

Were the 87,000 new IRS employees hired also to verify if companies are complying with the ESG index? ESGs are a tool to subjugate freedom and impose tyranny.

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