Council on Inclusive Capitalism’s Self-Description: We Are Mobilizing The Private Sector To Create A More Inclusive, Sustainable, And Trusted Economic System (Gee That Sounds Familiar

Will far-left US Senators push the deliberative body to abdicate their Constitutional duties by allowing a new international non-profit group called the Council on Inclusive Capitalism to advocate for making America’s economic system more dynamic and sustainable? Lynn Forester de Rothschild founded this new-age Capitalism council in 2022 and was appointed to serve on President Clinton’s National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council from 1993 to 1995. During that period, the Clinton regime used an Executive Order mandating that every sub-division of government purchase only EPA-approved products and services as part of a federal initiative known as Market Transformation. That duplicitous policy was allegedly founded on much older scientific research by universities and National Laboratories for the Dept of Energy. Which was never shared with the public or debated on by Congress.

The year before, the former CIA Director George H. W. Bush had his Dept of Energy create the ENERGY STAR program. That massive government program was initiated during the 3-way Presidential contest in 1992, pitting Bush against Bill Clinton and the Texas billionaire Ross Perot. The former Democrat Attorney General Bill Clinton from Arkansas won the election, but Perot won 19% of the popular vote without a political party. Perot’s popularity was secured by sage advice like “The dumbest folks in college are studying to be teachers,” a statement that should be kept in mind when considering the subject of educational consortiums. Especially as it applies to the non-profit groups engaged in international commerce and the UN’s climate science.

Lynn Forester de Rothschild is co-chair of the Council on Inclusive Capitalism and a graduate of Pomona College in California and the Columbia University School of Law. This may explain why all her business associates lack understanding of our Conflict of Interest laws. However, it may provide some context for Perot’s claim that “4 out of 5 newly graduated teachers were “incompetent,” he wasn’t crazy when he proposed literacy and competency tests for that industry. Perot simply had a better understanding of how honest business was conducted, and it certainly didn’t involve the Orwellian philosophies crafted by education bureaucrats and Hollywood producers.

Corporate media failed to disclose that Lynn Forester de Rothschild had sat on a US Secretary of Energy advisory committee from 1998 to 2000 during California’s failed deregulation fiasco. That corrupt legislative process resulted in the California Energy Crisis of 2000-2001 when federal regulators turned a blind eye to the epidemic of phony “Power Trades” and “Fiber Swaps” that were used to drive up electricity rates by 50% in West Coast states. That massive government-operated enterprise was later white-washed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to protect the green agenda that had been pushed by California Governor Gray Davis.

The people had just recalled Governor Davis for his role in that multi-billion dollar Public Integrity Fraud. Only to have the political elites stab the California voters in the back when they secretly created the West Coast Governors Global Warming Initiative in 2003. The political class had decided these three Democrat governors had a higher authority than the US Senate, which had soundly rejected the UN’s Kyoto Protocols after careful consideration. That didn’t sit well with the wealthy investors involved with the Public/Private partnerships, particularly those operated by the aristocrats at the World Economic Forum. That group was founded on a manifesto produced by Klaus Schwab, the university professor who crafted his multi-stakeholder concept for a Fourth Industrial Revolution in 1971.

That was back in the era when Purple Heart recipient John Kerry was claiming that his fellow veterans in Vietnam were the true villains. While Hollywood was portraying Hanoi, Jane Fonda was their symbol of the anti-war protest movement taking place among the ‘high’ education gang promoting world peace on college campuses. Almost every upside-down economic policy initiative from the past is now being investigated for issues related to administrations’ actions at major research universities. Which are often controlled by people with degrees in liberal arts, and most have zero experience in any business.

What media Spin Doctors don’t want citizens to consider is that members of the Inclusive Capitalism gang also include both the California State Treasurer and CALPERS Marcie Frost, along with dignitaries like IBM’s ethically-challenged CEO Arvind Krishna. News outlets need to avoid questions regarding other Inclusive CEOs like Nzinga Graham-Smith, the risk-taking founder of the Forevergreen Group. This entrepreneurial team builder is said to embrace failures that strengthen her leadership and teamwork ethics. She apparently thrives on achieving the impossible and being ambassadorial. A new term is being applied to the thought leaders in an entirely new industry genre: M&A Investment Consortiums.

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is a term that refers to the combination of two businesses, which is a strange way to consider an educational enterprise. According to Investopedia, Consortiums are often found in the non-profit sector, among educational institutions that pool the resources of libraries, research activities, and professors that then share them with the group members. Which then present their extracurricular activities as benefiting their students, who are utterly clueless about standard business practices.

Several groups of North American colleges and universities operate as consortiums, such as the Five College Consortium in Massachusetts. These are the types of universities that would embrace the business theories of Dan Ariely from IRRATIONAL CAPITAL, who has produced several informative manuscripts like “The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic” and “The Honest Truth About Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone—Especially Ourselves.” Which is probably found in every university library, next to Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto on creating a diverse and inclusive society.

Other educational partnerships between institutions include the Quaker Consortium with three liberal arts colleges and the Has Our Senate Assigned US Policy To The Highly Educated Crowd Pushing Inclusive Capitalism? of Pennsylvania. It competes with the Big Ten Academic Alliance, recently announcing a Big Ten Open Books Project with a new collection centered on Gender and Sexuality studies. Then there is California’s Colleges Consortium, which apparently is dedicated to fixing the school-to-prison pipeline industry in California. If you’re unfamiliar with these cutting-edge programs, you may not be part of the social Darwinism movement flourishing at universities of lower expectations.

The language covering this journey from One Earth to One World government was clearly outlined in a 300-page report 1989. The World Commission’s report on environment and development appears to reflect the New World Order agenda of George H. W. Bush. When the former US Ambassador to the UN signed the USA onto the Agenda 21 Development Plan that has been delivering the green stuff to the true believers for many years.

Should we now count on our US Senators to play along with the UN’s pathetic COP Clown Show, produced by and for the interest of Big Oil boys? Should voters actually believe Arab Oil Sheikhs are real environmentalists, making actionable commitments to this inclusive form of Capitalism? This requires their adherence to the WEF International Business Council’s Pillars for creating sustainable values. Those values include People, Planet, Principles of Governance and Prosperity— and that advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Profits are no longer of interest to Inclusive Capitalists because the entrepreneurs operating from the Ivory Towers of academia found that term offensive.


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