The WEF Stakeholder Capitalism Is

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The WEF Stakeholder Capitalism Is Global Fascism By Another Name

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The concept of "fascism" was originally entered into the Encyclopedia
Italiana by Italian philosopher Giovanni Gentile, who stated that
"Fascism should more appropriately be called corporatism because
it is a merger of state and corporate power." Benito Mussolini would
later take credit for the quote as if he had written it himself, but
it's important to note because it outlines the primary purpose of the
ideology rather than simply throwing the label around at people we
don't like as a dishonest means to undermine their legitimacy.
Despite the fact that leftists today often attack conservatives as
"fascists" because of our desire to protect national boundaries and
western heritage, the truth is that all fascism is deeply rooted in
leftist philosophies and thinkers.
Mussolini was a long time socialist, a member of the party who
greatly admired Karl Marx. He deviated from the socialists over their
desire to remain neutral during WWI, and went on to champion
a combination of socialism and nationalism, what we now know as
fascism. Adolph Hitler was also a socialist and admirer of Karl Marx,
much like Mussolini. It is actually hard to find where Marx, the
communists and the fascists actually differ from each other - A
deeper sense of nationalism seems to be one of the few points
of contention.
Though Marx saw the existence of nation states as temporary to the
proletariat and to the ruling class, he noted that the industrialists
were erasing national boundaries anyway. Marx argues in the
Communist Manifesto with some optimism:
"National differences and antagonisms between peoples are already
tending to disappear more and more, owing to the development
of the bourgeoisie, the growth of free trade and a world market,
and the increasing uniformity of industrial processes and
of corresponding conditions of life."
Marx saw the development of corporate power as useful and the
next necessary step towards socialism, noting that joint-stock
companies (corporations) and the credit system are:
"The abolition of the capitalist mode of production within the
capitalist mode of production itself."
In other words, corporations are viewed as a tool for the eventual
transition to a socialist "Utopia" and the death of free markets.
Once again, we see there is very little difference in motive between
the political left and the fascists. The natural progression of every
form of Marxism, communism, socialism, fascism etc. all ultimately
lead to a kind of globalist ideology and erasure of cultural
separation. The methods might differ slightly but the end result
is the same. Some think this is a good thing, but it is actually
quite poisonous.
Globalism requires an overarching social dynamic, a single hive
mind, otherwise it cannot survive. If people have the ability to
choose or create better options (or different options) for living
then globalism loses significance. The existence of choice has to
be erased. This is a behavior that the political left has fully
embraced and they are more than happy to work hand-in-hand with
corporate oligarchs to make their ideal system a reality. Long gone
are the days of the anti-corporate progressive - They LOVE corporate
dominance, but only if those companies promote and enforce leftist
models for society.
Mussolini's fascism is at the root of the very corporate governance
that leftists applaud and lust after today. They have far more in
common with fascists than they realize.
The new fascism is a re-branded philosophy best represented by
something called "Stakeholder Capitalism." It is a term often used
by globalists at the World Economic Forum and the head of the
WEF, Klaus Schwab. The media friendly definition of Stakeholder
Capitalism is:
A form of capitalism in which companies do not only optimize
short-term profits for shareholders, but seek long term value
creation, by taking into account the needs of all their stakeholders,
and society at large.
But who are "all stakeholders" in the opinion of the WEF?
Well, according to Klaus Schwab they are all of human civilization,
now and in the future. In other words, the goal of SHC is for
corporate leaders and globalist bureaucracy to take responsibility
for the entire world, not just their own employees, shareholders
and profits. And such leaders would not be acting as individuals,
they would be acting as a collective. In other words, SHC requires
all major corporations to act as a single unit with a single purpose
and a unified collectivist ideology - An ideological monopoly.
"The most important characteristic of the stakeholder model today
is that the stakes of our system are now more clearly global.
Economies, societies, and the environment are more closely linked
to each other now than 50 years ago. The model we present here is
therefore fundamentally global in nature, and the two primary
stakeholders are as well.
Â…What was once seen as externalities in national economic policy
making and individual corporate decision making will now need
to be incorporated or internalized in the operations of every
government, company, community, and individual. The planet is
thus the center of the global economic system, and its health should
be optimized in the decisions made by all other stakeholders."
The SHC concept is deceptive on its very face because it pretends
as if corporations will be held accountable by the public within some
form of "business democracy," as if the public will have a vote on
what the corporations do. In reality, it will be corporations telling
the public what is acceptable to think and do and corporations in
conjunction with governments using their power to punish people
who do not agree.
The great magic trick is that these same unified corporations use
the shield of "private property" and business rights as a means to
control society without repercussions. After all, a primary principle
of conservatism and the US constitution is private property rights.
So, stepping in to disrupt corporate governance would be violating
one of our own beloved ideals. It sounds like a Catch-22, but it's
really not.
As mentioned above, corporations are at their very core a socialist
concept: They are created through government charter, handed legal
personhood and given special protections from government. They
are NOT free market entities, and Adam Smith, the originator
of most free market ideals, stood against corporations as destructive
and prone to monopoly.
As long as they receive protections from government including
monetary stimulus and bailouts, corporations should not enjoy the
same private property protections as regular businesses do. They
are parasitic creations, alien to the natural business world. In
a freedom-based society they would be dismantled to prevent
authoritarian outcomes.
Stakeholder Capitalism is also an incredibly arrogant premise because
it assumes that corporate leaders have the wisdom or objective
intelligence to expand their role beyond business and into social and
political spheres. This has already happened in many respects with
much chaos created, but open corporate governance is the end game
and it is anything but objective or benevolent.
What are some examples of this kind of corporate/political governance
(fascism) in action?
How about Big Tech social media censorship leaning HEAVILY against
conservatives and liberty activists? How about evidence of collusion
between Big Tech companies and government, such as the Biden
Administration and the DHS working closely with Twitter and Facebook
to actively remove voices and viewpoints they don't like? How about
corporate leaders colluding to destroy conservative based social
media competitors like Parler?
How about ESG loans funded by corporate backers such as Blackrock
or globalist non-profits like the Rockefeller Foundation?
If all corporate lenders applied ESG to their loan practices, all
individuals and businesses would have to adopt leftist social
ideologies and dubious environmental claims in order to have access
to credit. ESG is a monetary incentive created by corporate elites to
keep all other businesses in line. If it continues, ESG could wipe
out political opposition to globalism in the span of a single
And, what about the Council For Inclusive Capitalism? This is the
most blatant expression of open global fascism I have ever seen,
with money elites and politicians working in concert with the UN and
even religious leaders like Pope Francis. Their goal is to institute
a single centralized world governing platform built around the same
agendas outlined in ESG and SHC, making corporations members
of a new global council which they refer to as "The Guardians."
They aren't even trying to hide the conspiracy anymore, it's right
out in the open.
Klaus Schwab takes special care to mention often that global crisis
events are the "opportunity" that is needed to push the public into
the arms of Stakeholder Capitalism through a nexus point called
"The Great Reset." Meaning, he thinks that widespread fear and
desperation must exist (or be engineered) to perpetuate the SHC
framework quickly.
Obviously, the globalists are on a shrinking timeline, though it's
hard to say why. They are tearing off the mask faster in the past
two years than they have in the previous decade. More than likely
they understand to some degree that if they go too slow the public
will have time to mount a defense against them.
They will conjure all kinds of distractions and scapegoats to prevent
liberty minded people from hitting them back. They'll aim us at
Russia, they'll aim us at China, they'll aim us at useful idiots
among the leftists. They'll aim Russia, China and the leftists at us.
They will try to send us to war, they will call us insurrectionists,
they will call us terrorists, they will say we started the whole
collapse and that we are to blame for the world's ills. None of this
matters. What matters is that the globalists at the top pay the price
for the harm they cause.
When the head of the snake is removed, only then can we sort out
who is to blame; who were the heroes, who were the villains, and
who were the idiots. Only then can we rebuild with true freedom
in mind.