CNBC carried a story, It’s a ‘wild west out there’: CEO says regulation needed to keep firms in line on sustainability, suggesting that American companies need to be forcibly whipped into shape over the United Nations’ Sustainable Development goals. Sustainable Development is Technocracy, any which way you slice it.
SDG Monitor is a Finland company that claims authority because they are “citizens of the world.” Their website states,
We are proud members of Pledge 1% community and we give back by sharing our knowledge of how to grow your business sustainably.
Thank goodness they give back by sharing their wonderful knowledge with the world.
SDG Monitor’s CEO, Tuuli-Anna Tiuttu, recently addressed CNBC’s Sustainable Future Forum, making a case that CEOs and management “needed to be ‘accountable’ when it came to the sustainability goals they’d set.” According to her, “companies need regulation and greater accountability to ensure they’re meeting goals related to sustainability.”
“Absolutely … regulation is needed, that is what I think,” she said. “Because we don’t know how the companies are doing currently in their sustainability agendas,” she told CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick.
Where did SDG Monitor come from? It was founded in 2019 by three women. It claims that it “is a true creation of Covid-19 Pandemic.” The founders met at Cambridge and are apparently a virtual company; the site says “We have been working together now for over a year but have met face to face only three times.” Actually, the three met during an online course put on by Cambridge.
How does a company like SDG Monitor rise to global prominence in two years after meeting in person only three times? Where do they get their authority to basically say “Obey or we will cram it down your throat” by regulating you into compliance?
This is the modus operandi of Technocracy, pure and simple. Forget laws. Forget Rule of Law. Just do what they say and otherwise shut up.
Is this the future you want? Not me.
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What about China and India; the two biggest polluters in the world? Oh I forgot! They’re allowed to have a pass because they’re still “developing countries.” It’s all about dismantling the US economy because we are the last shoe to drop.
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