by Jeff Thompson | The Organic Prepper
We are witnessing the narrative switch from COVID to global warming. True, the notion of climate change has been a leftist buzzphrase for years now, but we are seeing an increase in the rhetoric, and it is growing in vehemence.
The Organic Prepper has covered the concept of Personal Carbon Allowances before (and you’re bound to hear more about them in the future).
Now, we are hearing discussion about companies’ “ESG scores.”
It is no secret that the goal of the United Nations and the World Economic Forum (WEF) is to instate a globalist government that encompasses the entire world. America is the sole country that stands in the way of this happening. Should America fall, the WEF will rise.
So, just what is an ESG score? It stands for “environmental, social, and governance factors,” and it is a concept that has already crept throughout the United States largely unnoticed.
Why was it that international companies in the US have placed such a heavy emphasis on being “green” over the past several years?
It’s because of ESG scores.
Rated on a scale of 0-100, the higher your score, the better you fare. The man with a score of 88 would be deemed more climate-conscious and a better global citizen than the man with a score of 23.
Here is how your ESG score is calculated…
A company called ESG The Report has detailed all the ways that your ESG score is calculated. Here is what they have to say:
E = Environmental Factors
There are three primary environmental factors that determine what one’s ‘E’ score will be. They are:
- What effect do you have on the environment? What are your carbon emissions like? How much waste do you create?
- How effectively do you utilize natural resources? How much water do you use? How much electricity do you use?
- Do you engage in any climate change initiatives?
Let us start with an analysis of the practical consequences of this.
Imagine a world where your trash output is monitored and recorded. If you create too much, those in power will know about it. Have a birthday party with family over that generates extra trash? You could end up being penalized.
Picture being told that you drink too much water, and you need to ration how much you consume. You eat too much. That’s not fair to the rest of the planet. The number of calories you eat is to be dictated to you by the planners of society. Did your smart meter just detect you’ve met your monthly electricity allowance? Your power has just been cut off.
And what about climate change initiatives? You are literally being forced to give money to particular charities and causes at the risk of being blackballed. No money? That’s okay, forced community service, so that you can prove that you planted 45 trees this past year is also an acceptable “contribution.”
S = Social Factors
There are three primary “social factors” that influence one’s ESG score, as well. They are:
- How well do you treat your employees, local community, and society at large?
- Do you support diversity?
- Is your workplace safe?
Are there practical consequences to these ideas as well? You betcha.
Consider that this scoring system necessitates some form of organization to which the employees of the world can file grievances. Do you like the idea of some global organization keeping a track record of every complaint your employees make, justified or not?
How does one determine just exactly how fair you treat your local community or society at large? Would the small town gun shop owner be told that they are selling a product that is doing harm to “society at large?” Keep in mind that globalists hate American gun ownership.
What about the church that preaches that particular actions are sinful? If this goes against the globalist agenda, they could be slapped with the low ESG score label with all the consequences that follow.
Workplace safety is not something I believe people initially object to, but if there’s one thing we’ve witnessed over the course of the past two years, it’s that what is enforced upon people in the name of safety is often anything but.
Diversity is not even worth mentioning here. If you’re a business that hires white, American men, your ESG score will be abysmal. You will be forced into hiring people based on their skin color rather than their ability. “Sorry, you can’t work here. We haven’t met our minority quota yet, and you have the wrong color skin.”
G= Governance Factors
Three factors contribute to one’s “G score.” They are:
- Do you make political contributions or influence legislation?
- How much do the executives at your company make?
- Are the executives within your organization diverse?
As can probably already be seen, there are a number of issues here.
For starters, consider what could happen if it’s discovered you’ve given money to a pro-American lobbyist organization. Do you think that will help your ESG score or lower it? What if it’s found you’re not giving to any of the pre-approved political organizations? Could this be used to lower your ESG score as well?
Should globalists have any right to determine the pay scale of the executives in your company? Is this not a forced redistribution of wealth scheme? If I founded, run, and own the company, why can I not pay myself the salary I desire?
And of course, lastly, we see institutionalized racism incorporated by the globalist agenda once again, as they seek to force people to be hired not on their ability but on their skin color, gender, or sexual preferences instead.
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Who on earth is ESG The Report?
It has to be asked who this company is. Despite their doing a very good job of hiding where they are located and who works for them, they appear to be shills for the World Economic Forum.
On their website, you’ll see such questions and answers as:
- “Is capitalism ethically justifiable? No, it isn’t.”
- “Does capitalism destroy the environment? Yes, it does.”
- “Capitalism’s alternatives include democratic socialism…”
You can also see pictures of world-class citizen, Karl Marx.
Slapping an ESG score on every human on the planet is nothing other than the next step of The Great Reset.
And no, you will not be permitted to avoid it. As Great Reset mastermind Klaus Schwab has said, “Every country, from the United States to China, must participate [in the Great Reset], and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed.”
This won’t stop at the business level either. As we pointed out with the current discussion on Personal Carbon Allowances, this is being discussed at the individual level as well.
As the company, ESG The Report, says, there are a number of ways in which one can calculate their personal ESG score. Your transportation habits, your dietary habits, attitude, outlook, the environmental impact of your career choice, the way you invest, your recycling habits – all of these could be used to determine what your personal ESG score is.
Do you live a 45-minute drive out from work? Well, that hurts your ESG score. If you want to better it, you will need to move into a densely-populated urban center to cut back on your drive time.
Do you eat meat? Sorry, that hurts your ESG score.
Do you have a negative attitude towards the UN, the WEF, or ESG scores? Do you believe in national sovereignty? You love America? Sorry, an analysis of your social media posts and your recent government-mandated “outlook appointment” have all determined that these are negatives within your mindset, and your score will reflect it. You are guilty of Orwellian thoughtcrime.
As the WEF points out, an ESG score allows politicians to measure how well a business complies with The Great Reset. You’re no longer measured by how profitable your business is. You’re now measured by how long you’re willing to comply with tyranny on a global scale.
Surely, the idea of an ESG score is just another conspiracy theory, right?
Look it up for yourself. And for those of you who refuse to believe that this will progress into anything further, may I ask how your ‘two weeks to stop the spread’ panned out?
Agenda 21 is in motion. It’s been steadily gaining momentum ever since Nancy Pelosi introduced it to US Congress in October 1992.
We’re already seeing the effects of it. Want to see the current ESG scores of a number of companies? Check here.
Want to figure out if your personal bank has applied an ESG score to you as an individual? Check here.
These people have no intention of leaving America alone. They are intent on racing to place themselves atop a pyramid as they drag the countries of the world through the broken glass they leave in their wake. And they fully intend on leaving your United States as nothing other than a blurb in a history book.
Jeff Thompson is an avid fisherman who likes to spend time sailing on his boat and reading while at sea.