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Globalists plan to hide wealth gap with divisive social issues

New data about the enormous gap between the compensation growth of American corporate executives and American workers, shows just how staggering the divide is. Corporate leaders however, would like to hide that fact.

Published: August 20, 2019, 9:23 am

    An analysis released on August 14 by the Economic Policy Institute, a left-leaning think tank, found that chief executive compensation had grown 940 percent since 1978, by one measure, while typical worker compensation had risen by only 12 percent over the same period.

    Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren has even proposed a plan that would require US corporations to turn over part of their board of directors to members chosen by employees.

    Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, another 2020 hopeful, says he would prohibit corporations from buying back their own stock — a move that drives up share prices — unless they offer their workers some benefits in return.

    The organisation representing the nation’s most powerful chief executives, have meanwhile devised a plan to ignore shareholders’ interests in order to concentrate further on their own wealth. Corporate executives posing as moral, believe they would face less criticism for their greed.

    The new statement, released Monday by the Business Roundtable, suggests that the widening income inequality, and rising expectations from the public about corporate behavior, will be addressed through “diversity” politics.

    “Americans deserve an economy that allows each person to succeed through hard work and creativity and to lead a life of meaning and dignity,” reads the friendly-sounding statement from the organisation, which is chaired by JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.

    The Business Roundtable says its members “share a fundamental commitment to all of our stakeholders” according to a report in the Washington Post.

    The new statement includes 181 signatures of the 192 current members of the Business Roundtable, which represents many of the biggest companies in the United States. But while the statement represents an obvious change in the group’s thinking, it was not clear how companies would change their outrageous corporate packages in light of their new commitments, nor how any changes in behavior would be assessed or monitored.

    But what is clear nevertheless is that global corporations facing increasing pressure, will now be focusing all their attentions on divisive issues that impact society at large.

    Thus, giant tech companies will target immigration and border control agencies and Walmart will stop selling guns after a recent mass shooting in one of its stores.

    Senior corporate leaders have understood that controversial social issues ranging from racism to LGBTQ rights will divide consumers and in doing so, it will take the focus away from the wealth that executives have amassed.

    Burger King and Mercedes-Benz are two notable mega-corporations that have recently released commercials promoting LGBTQ rights.

    In Hungary, an advertising campaign, “Love is Love,” was launched by the Coca-Cola Company ahead of a music festival in Budapest. Political leaders are calling for a boycott of the global soft drink company.

    Budapest has been covered with images of gay couples kissing or in friendly intimate poses, leading up to the Sziget Festival which ran from August 7 to August 13, announcing: “Zero Sugar, Zero Prejudice.”

    Hungarian Deputy Speaker and Parliament Member István Boldog, along with conservative media outlets, called for a boycott of Coke products .

    “If Hungarian society accepts this, there will be more such steps. Posters, commercials, films, rainbow products, etc. and will become increasingly difficult to stop,” a petition which was launched against the posters, stated.

    But a spokesperson for Coke said in a statement that it “strives for diversity, inclusion, and equality in our business, and we support these rights in society as well”.

    “As a long-standing supporter of the LGBTQI community, we believe everyone has the right to love the person they choose. The campaign currently running in Hungary reflects these values,” the statement read.

    The company has not seen a decrease in sales in Hungary due to the controversy, said the spokesperson.

    Andras Veres, head of the Hungarian Catholic Bishops’ Conference (MKPK), has meanwhile expressed his solidarity and support for the Polish Catholic Bishops’ Conference after Archbishop of Krakow Marek Jedraszewski came under fire for a speech criticising “LGBTQ ideologies”.

    Jedraszewski came under fire from the Polish left wing and liberals, including the liberal Catholic weekly Tygodnik Powszechny, after mentioning a “rainbow-coloured epidemic” in a sermon commemorating the anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw uprising on August 1.

    “History has taught us that standing up for the teachings of Christian faith often causes anger in others,” Veres wrote in a letter posted on the MKPK website and addressed to Stanislaw Gadecki, the head of the Polish Catholic Bishops’ Conference.

    “Still, we are dumbfounded by the undeserved attacks you suffered, since all you did was explicate the teachings of the Catholic church in connection with a current phenomenon,” he said.

    Veres said it was shocking that the same people who “demanded that their opinion should be accepted” denied others “even the right to express a differing opinion”.

    It appears that some are not interested in fostering “diversity and inclusion” when it comes to certain ideologies. Instead they are interested in advancing globalism and crushing all dissenters.

    Amazon has banned hundreds of conservative books, Apple has banned conservative websites and pro-lifers, Salesforce has banned gun sellers and Bank of America and Chase Bank have both closed bank accounts of conservatives speaking out against globalists.


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    • Jack Mack

      It is obvious, in twenty-first century America, that European-Americans are the most privileged group in the country. We essentially are the bees knees and everyone else is oppressed just because we exist. So, as a white man, I want to share how I enjoy my white privilege.

      1. I Am Allowed To Be Openly Discriminated Against
      If a black man rants and raves on about how he hates me just because of my ethnic heritage, he cannot be racist. That is impossible. If a Jewish professor advocates all whites commit mass-suicide due to slavery, or that until the white race is gone we cannot rid our society of ‘oppression,’ he clearly isn’t a racist.
      See, as a cisgender heterosexual white male, I am the cherry on top. Even if crime stats display black-on-white crime is far worse than the contrary, it really is because we’re oppressing them; therefore, it’s not racist.

      I love my privilege.

      2. I Cannot Wear Symbols Of European Pride
      If I want to sport a Kolovrat (Slavic Swastika, sunwheel, spinning cross, circle of life) necklace, that’s clearly a pendant of racial hatred and that automatically makes me a flaming racist; thus, I am a bad person.

      If I like the Celtic cross, I cannot wear that without people seeing a living, breathing Nazi marching their way while Adolf Hitler gives a speech in the background. That, or I’m a backwoods-dwelling hillbilly Ku Klux Klan member.

      I’m also not allowed to be proud of my ancestry and all the years of war, trial and error, hells and glories. I cannot appreciate my people’s poets and writers, musicians and philosophers, or the pre-Christian Pagan path, or our dances or architecture or family traditions. But every other race can.

      See, it doesn’t matter if I’m part of a long history of people and it’s my turn to carry on their story. I do not get that opportunity without potentially suffering, societally speaking. I am told to abandon it altogether.

      I love my privilege.

      3. I Get Legally Discriminated Against In Jobs And Universities
      European-Americans and Asian-Americans are the two groups you can legally discriminate against, in the open and on enforced policy, based solely on our ethnicity through the means of Affirmative Action.

      Isn’t it fun to wonder whether checking your race on that job application, or college you’re applying for, might cost you the position or slot?

      Marxism must be enforced and outcome of equality is the set standard. It’ll never happen, but America seems to think that is actually possible. Therefore, the white man must be told, and forced, to step down and move aside.

      I love my privilege.

      4. I Am Not Allowed To Use Racial Slurs But Other Ethnicities Can Without Much Consequence
      If I dare slip up and utter a racial slur, it is damn near the apocalypse. And, if I’m really unfortunate and caught and I’m famous, then I need to go on a bunch of late-night talk shows and apologize to a potential million people of whom I’ve offended.

      But a man of African heritage or a Hispanic may go on calling me a cracker or whitey all they please. But that’s obviously not racist because I’m super privileged and my existence oppresses them. See, they’re really giving it hard to ‘the man.’ It’s almost like they’re only defending themselves and my words might as well be literal violence.

      I love my privilege.

      Who Is Really The Most Privileged?
      Sarcasm aside, who is really the most privileged in contemporary America? Well, let us see here. Who is the one group you dare not criticize over all other groups? Who is the apparent minority that somehow manages to operate much of Hollywood and mainstream media? Who is the group that gets to perpetuate their moral compass and their politics due to owning so much control over film and media? Who is fine seeing another entire group of people be trampled on just so they can keep their little ethno-state, and the West is totally cool with it?

      People do not have to like it, but it is obviously the Jewish folk. To me, if I was to talk about who is really privileged, it’d be them. I do not feel privileged. I’m not saying my life was hardcore and that I fought gangs off to see the light of another day, but that word doesn’t sit well with me. And, to be a blunt bastard here, if I am privileged, then I do not care.

      This observation of this ethnic group has nothing to do with blind senseless hatred, or bias. It does not equate to hating an entire group either. But much of the Jewish folk have far to many leanings toward liberalism, open borders for European-majority countries, and find many conservative values as ‘backwards.’ See the manipulative language? Designed to put them on the moral high-ground while you sit in your outdated world.

      I’m seeing this idea of white privilege spread ever-faster to the point that people I know, of whom never really heard this sort of rhetoric before, are finally getting a taste. Far too many times I’ve seen and heard of black folks carrying on about slavery and my people’s privilege. It’s beyond madness. We’ve entered a state of insanity and it may get even worse when America faces the 2020 elections. I foresee some very haunting things a-coming.

      At this stage in American politics, to engage liberal-minded buffoons about this issue, is worthless. You’ll most likely receive some line of piffle while being casted as a hate-filled devil. The leftist of today are truculent as hell and they want blood. There’s really little-to-no point debating those who believe European-Americans are privileged. It’s not worth the time anymore.

    • Yep. Trying all sorts of stuff … we’re terrorists, racists, dumb us down with vaccines, fluoride, chem-trails; gun confiscation false flags; #FakeNews; censoring social media; election fraud; push polling; fake UFO invasions; #GreenNewDeal socialist (gulag-genocide) paradise; etc … you name it, they’re gonna try it.


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