The week of January 16th-21st of 2023 marks the first full return to in-person meetings for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
As The who’s who of the most radical globalists descend upon the picturesque ski resort town of Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting, up to 5,000 soldiers from the Swiss army will be deployed to offer military support to the civil authorities of the canton of Graubünden, who are responsible for securing the summit’s premises and its participants.
So what is it that drives the world’s greatest collection of Malthusian, Fascist, Neo-Communists together each year?
Simply stated, the World Economic Forum is purpose driven.
On today’s Public Occurrences Both Foreign and Domestic, I will examine the primary driving force behind the unifying economic transformation from profit and demand to the “stakeholder” model which is driven by behavior through ESG.
ESG serves as the global corporate religious and moral code – forcing behaviors in companies that were built for profit and success.
E: Environmental purposes and causes as so defined by the WEF and the UN
S: Social Justice and the utilization of Critical Race Theory to implement Diversity Equity and Inclusion
G: Obedience to the national and supranational government mandates
In an article at World Economic Forum website, Illai Gescheit states the following:
“Frameworks like Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and the UN Sustainable Development Goals have been adopted by many big corporations, nations and non-profits. They have also created an urgency for investors to seek investments that support ESG and the Global Goals. Start-ups and VCs are adopting those frameworks as well, and we now see start-ups that have adopted the UN Sustainable Goals as a North Star which guides their vision, while VCs also look to evaluate start-ups for their ESG metrics and criteria.”
The World Economic Forum article continues:
“But making this mindset shift towards investment and purpose-driven company-building is not straightforward. Many investors still view ‘impact-investing’ as a non-for-profit exercise and choose to divide high growth financial investments and purpose-driven investment.
To change this we need to build purpose-driven entrepreneurial ecosystems that will provide not only capital, but also mentors, policies and initiatives to connect investors and entrepreneurs with each other to share knowledge, experience, and most importantly create a different mindset within the ecosystem.”
The World Economic Forum and their partners are focused on transforming the economy and framework of our capitalist, meritocratic systems into purpose driven systems.
For instance, INC magazine provides homage to their top 20 “Purpose Driven” companies:
“The index measures a few different elements of each company: commitments to a purpose beyond profit, to improving lives, and to creating a better society and world, not just for shareholders. This is the third year that the Purpose Power Index has ranked companies according to these attributes.”
And with the leaders of corporations, governments and faith gathered at the World Economic Forum this week, the focus will be to implement the doctrinal purpose driven ESG model across every sector of society:
- Purpose Driven Governments
- Purpose Driven Corporations
- Purpose Driven Churches
All of this leads to the consumer adopting and embracing an ESG Purpose Driven Life.
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