The World Economic Forum and their elitist members think they know what’s best for everyone.
They’ll stop at nothing until you accept their worldview and globalist agenda.
But now a new poll has shocked the globalists by showing them exactly what Americans think of their woke ESG plans.
It’s not about saving the planet, but rather the world’s global elites are attempting to control everyone in every nation.
Their ultimate goal is a one-world Socialist government controlled by them.
Governments should put profits before climate change
So far Americans have largely rebuked the entire Environmental Social Governance (ESG) initiative that is plaguing American industry more and more each year.
And in a recent poll conducted by the Consumer Research Centre (CRC), Americans overwhelmingly want investment firms to prioritize profits over climate change initiatives.
The poll was conducted among 1,600 registered voters and showed a staggering 59% of voters favoring earnings of the stock and pension holders over the globalists’ so-called stakeholder model.
Similarly, almost 40% of those polled said they wouldn’t personally choose to spend any of their money at all to reduce the impact of climate change.
And even more shockingly, on the opposite side of the spectrum, a mere 1% said that they would spend a significant amount of money on the issue of climate change.
Only 21% of those polled said the government should focus on the world’s problems over the interest of the growth of pensions.
Stakeholder capitalism goes against the interests of stockholders
None of this should come as a surprise as Americans have recently seen the biggest drop in the stock market since the 2008 financial crisis.
The DOW closed out the 2022 year with the worst performance since the historical financial event at the end of the Bush administration.
The problem is that some major institutions are pushing to ignore profitability of companies in favor of their corporate commitments to the globalist stakeholder philosophy.
Globalist stakeholder policies tell major corporations that it isn’t enough to be concerned with the profits given back to stockholders.
They direct companies to concern themselves with every living organism on the planet and put those needs before the company’s best interests, and before people.
Black Rock pushes ESG despite a lack of public interest
Black Rock is one of the largest investment firms in the world and they are also one of the biggest cheerleaders for stakeholder capitalism.
The mega investment firm has been pushing “net zero” policies in an effort to supposedly reduce climate change.
Black Rock and their cohorts have been leaning on ESG initiatives for some time now and look at it as a non-negotiable when building out their business models.
The money that they manage gives them huge voting rights at a number of corporations in a variety of industries and has helped them to force numerous companies to comply.
Though most global leaders claim that everyone cares about these issues—many people don’t even know what is going on.
The CRC poll found that 73% of Americans don’t remember reading anything about ESG policies while 70% had never even heard of it.
Americans want what’s best for the states they live in
A majority of those polled however did have opinions that go against the ESG narrative.
An unsurprising 62% of voters think that “states should not do business with companies that advocate for policies that hurt their state’s economies.”
Another 70% believe that “states should not do business with companies that advocate for policies that make gasoline more expensive.”
Americans are finally starting to see what woke political ideology is doing to their lives, and to their pocketbooks.
It’s time politicians see the writing on the wall as well.
U.S. Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.