For many years the agenda for global governance was only whispered about within elitist circles, but every once in a while one of them would speak aloud in public about it.
Perhaps out of arrogance or perhaps because they felt the time was right to ease the populace into accepting the possibility. With crisis after crisis like dominoes falling until it gets to the one event that they think will drive the masses to accept world governance.
And while the WEF is regularly attended by top level globalists, they are more of a high level think-tank, the Council for Inclusive Capitalism (CIC) appears to be about implementation rather than theory. The founder of the group is Lynn Forester de Rothschild, member of the infamous Rothschild Dynasty that has long been monetarily involved in influencing governments for generations.
Pope Francis and the Vatican publicly aligned with the council in 2020, and one of the primary narratives of the CIC is that all religions must unite with the leaders of capital to build a society and an economy that is “fair for all.” In other words, the purpose of “inclusive capitalism” is to con the masses into accepting a rebranded version of communism.
The promise will be that you won’t have to worry anymore about your economic future, but the cost will be your freedom. Members of the CIC have included but not limited to: Mastercard, Allianz, Dupont, the UN, BP, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, Visa, the Rockefeller Foundation to name a few.
Lately, many analysts have been highly focused on the World Economic Forum and their role in the global government agenda. Mainly because WEF head Klaus Schwab is such a loudmouth and he can’t help but talk about future plans for centralization.