“In June 2020, elites from around the world gathered to announce the launch of a plan to ‘reset’ the entire global economy, a proposal they ominously named the “Great Reset.” Among the many world leaders and powerful institutions that pledged their support for the Great Reset at the June meeting were the International Monetary Fund, Prince Charles, the head of the United Nations, CEOs from major international corporations, and the World Economic Forum–one of the key ringleaders of the Great Reset.
‘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,’ wrote Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in an article published on WEF’s website. The initial justification for the Great Reset was the COVID-19 pandemic, but from the start, supporters of the global economic overhaul repeatedly said that climate change was the long-term justification, the one that would allow a sustained, massive transformation of society. Among the most important figures in the Great Reset movement are gigantic financial institutions and/or their CEOs, including Bank of America and MasterCard.
The heart of the Great Reset is something called environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics. ESG metrics offer public policy leaders, economists, investors, and banks an entirely new way of evaluating businesses. Instead of looking at how profitable a company is, how many employees it has, its business model, and other traditional metrics, ESG adds to those concerns a whole host of left-wing causes, including how ‘green’ a company is, having the ‘right’ ratio of minorities, whether a business is involved in politically disfavored industries (such as gun manufacturing and sales), as well as other, similar considerations. Companies are then given a score or rating to determine how well they align with ESG goals. Hundreds of the world’s largest corporations, including financial institutions, have already created ESG systems and reporting metrics within their companies, and investor groups worth trillions of dollars have pledged to prioritize these companies over those that refuse to participate. Put more simply, if you want a loan from Bank of America in the future, you better toe the globalist line on climate change. Citi, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and JPMorgan Chase–which, together with Wells Fargo and Bank of America, make up the six largest banks in the United States–also made similar commitments. And do not think for a moment that these requirements will only apply to businesses, either. Some financial institutions have already started to give ESG scores to individual investment accounts. If banks are allowed to collectively decide to stop financing any group of people they want, based not on financial concerns but ideological considerations, then banks and their Great Reset allies will have, in effect, near-total control over society–especially if they begin to tie lending decisions to a vast ESG system.”
The Bible says, “In God will I praise his word: in the LORD will I praise his word. In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me. Thy vows are upon me, O God: I will render praises unto thee. For thou hast delivered my soul from death: wilt not thou deliver my feet from falling, that I may walk before God in the light of the living?” (Psalm 56:10-13).
“How Big Banks Are Planning to Force Americans into the ‘Great Reset’ Trap,” Townhall, Mar. 30, 2021