The Council For Inclusive Capitalism Has Many Ties To The Bilderberg Group, The CFR And The Trilateral Commission
The world’s billionaires who consistantly call for global governance constantly get together and meet at various secretive organizations. The most notable groups are the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), The Trilateral Commission, and the Bilderberg Group. Now Lynn Forester de Rothschild, along with the Pope (the Rothschilds have a long history of loaning money to the Holy See), has created an organization that has all the hallmarks of the New World Order. The group is called the Council for Inclusive Capitalism. The stated goal of the group is to “advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals” (source). They believe that “capitalism must evolve,” which is very similar to to Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chariman of the World Economic Forum, calling for a “great reset of capitalism.” Schwab is a former member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group (and also received the China Reform Friendship Medal for “promoting China’s international economic exchanges and cooperation,” make of that what you will). As you’ll see, many members of this Council have ties to the Bilderberg Group as well, and also those other secretive, elite organizations of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. Is this agenda of a “reset” of capitalism something that was agreed upon in these secret meetings?
No masks? In the middle of a pandemic? With the 83-year-old Pope?
The members of this Council call themselves “the guardians“. As noted above, they are made up almost entirely of CFR and Trilateral Commission members, as well as Bilderberg attendees and bankers. They include:
Ajay Banga, CEO of mastercard and CFR member. Mastercard is a company that has developed a card that contains digital vaccine records for children in the poorest countries.
CEO of Alliance Oliver Bate, a bilderberg attendee and member of the Trilateral Commission.
Mark Benioff, CEO of Salesforce and CFR member.
Mark Carney, United Nations special envoy for climate action and finance, a Bilderberg attendee, Trilateral Commission attendee, former Governor of the central Bank of Canada and central Bank of England, and investment banking managing director at Goldman Sachs (source). He has called for a new international monetary and financial system using digital currencies.
CEO of TIAA Roger W. Ferguson Jr., member of the CFR, the Trilateral Commission, a Bilderberg attendee, former Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors at the Federal Reserve Bank, and a member of the Board of Directors at Alphabet, Inc (owner of Google) (source).
President and CEO of vaccine manufacturer Merck, Kenneth Frazier.
CEO of vaccine manufacturer Johnson & Johnson, Alex Gorsky.
Trilateral commission attendee Angel Gurría.
CEO of Visa, member of the CFR Alfred Kelly.
Executive Chairman of Estée Lauder, CFR member William P. Lauder
CEO of BP Bernard Looney.
Fiona Ma, the California State Treasurer, whose parents emigrated to the U.S. from Communist China.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan.
Lynn Forester de Rothschild, wife of Evelyn de Rothschild, a member of the Rothschild banking family. They met at the 1998 Bilderberg Conference and “a dinner celebrating their union was attended by then president Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, with whom the couple are close friends.” She is a director of Estée Lauder. She was introduced to Rothschild by globalist Henry Kissinger. Lynn is the person who introduced Alan Dershowitz to Jeffrey Epstein, “a Martha’s Vineyard friend”. She writes glowingly of the Clinton Foundation and pledges to give more money to it. She sold a manhatten townhouse to Ghislaine Maxwell. Her name was found in Epstein’s private jet log. She also introduced Prince Andrew to Jeffrey Epstein.
Rajiv shah, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, who sits on the board of the Trilateral Commission (source) and is a member of the CFR. He also served as the Director of Agricultural Development, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Deputy Director of Policy and Finance and Chief Economist of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He served many positions in the Obama administration and “was one of six global leaders appointed by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to review the world’s capacity to prepare for and respond to global pandemic threats” (source).
Tidjane Thiam, former CEO of Swiss bank Credit Suisse, a member of the CFR and a Bilderberg attendee
Darren Walker, a member of the CFR, a Bilderberg attendee, president of the Ford Foundation and former vice president of the Rockefeller Foundation (source).
Mark A. Weinberger is former CEO of Ernst & young is on the Board of Directors of Johnson & Johnson, MetLife and Saudi Aramco
The Pope is someone who constantly bashes capitalism (see here, here, here, and here) and clearly wants a Communist revolution and global governance. So what is his incentive in creating a group with wealthy billionaires? Is it really about capitalism, or about overturning capitalism?