It is often we hear the term Globalist interchangeable with Elitist, Internationalist, etc. There are obvious names we know: Rothschild, Rockefeller, Bezos, Gates, Soros, etc… my attempt is to pinpoint the less known individuals that are deeply entrenched in the push for a One World Order. This is my first entry, of which I am citing individuals that reside on the Board of Directors/Trustees for think tanks, multinational NGOs, NFPs, for-profit corporations, foundations and the like – that are all committed thru their language of policy papers/press releases/etc on all things 2030, Great Reset, Equity, Climate Change, Climate Action, Net-Zero, Circular Economy, Fourth Industrial Revolution, IoT, IoB, Stakeholder Capital, Communitarianism, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), etc.
David M. Rubenstein
- Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the Carlyle Group1
- Chairman of the Board of Trustees of:
- Board of Directors/Trustees of:
- Other Noteworthy Items:
- Host of the David Rubenstein Show on the Bloomberg TV Network
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1. The Carlyle Group
Carlyle was founded in 1987 as an investment banking boutique by five partners with backgrounds in finance and government: William E. Conway, Jr., Stephen L. Norris, David M. Rubenstein, Daniel A. D’Aniello and Greg Rosenbaum. Rubenstein, a Washington-based lawyer, had worked in the Carter Administration.
Carlyle developed a reputation for acquiring businesses related to the defense industry. In 1992, Carlyle completed the acquisition of the Electronics division of General Dynamics Corporation, renamed GDE Systems, a producer of military electronics systems. Carlyle’s most notable defense industry investment came in October 1997 with its acquisition of United Defense Industries. The $850 million acquisition of United Defense represented Carlyle’s largest investment to that point. Carlyle completed an IPO of United Defense on the New York Stock Exchange in December 2001, then sold the rest of the stock in April 2004. In more recent years, Carlyle has invested less in the defense industry.
In September 2006, Carlyle led a consortium, comprising Blackstone Group, Permira and TPG Capital, in the $17.6 billion takeover of Freescale Semiconductor. At the time of its announcement, Freescale would be the largest leveraged buyout of a technology company ever.
The same year as Carlyle’s investment in PA Consulting, the UN published the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that have since become immensely influential in the public and private sectors. Working with the UNGC, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.
Some noteworthy captions from the embedded document is:
When the UN published its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, it saw sustainable tourism as important enough to include under multiple SDGs, none more prominently than SDG 8.9: “to devise and implement policies to promote sustainable tourism which creates jobs, promotes local culture and products” by 2030. – Page 64
As a part of the relationship, PA Consulting also produced a series called “The Disruptive
Technology Executive Briefs” that spotlighted the best thinking in sustainable innovation, showcasing innovators across mainstream companies and next generation entrepreneurs. The Briefs feature analysis and resources designed to help leaders understand the new business models and technologies that will be crucial in achieving the SDGs, such as unmanned air systems, the internet of things (IoT), digital agriculture, artificial intelligence, gene editing, additive manufacturing, blockchain, and big data. – PA Consulting Brief – Page 60
We can see that Carlyle is deeply involved in the Great Reset. What’s interesting is this PA Consulting Unit referencing unmanned air systems (drones), IoT (which is evolving into IoB – Internet of Bodies), artificial intelligence, blockchain and big data (the race to artificial consciousness – the Fourth Industrial Revolution).
2. Council on Foreign Relations
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher dedicated to being a resource for its members, government officials, business executives, journalists, educators and students, civic and religious leaders, and other interested citizens in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries. Founded in 1921, CFR takes no institutional positions on matters of policy. Our goal is to start a conversation in this country about the need for Americans to better understand the world.
The most interesting outright statement outside of Great Reset stuff is this entire operations devoted to GLOBAL GOVERNENCE – the cornerstone of a New World Order.
Below is an RSS feed of the most recent articles.
3. World Economic Forum:
Mr. Rubenstein is a member of the Board of Directors. The WEF is the author of the Great Reset. Under the umbrella of the United Nations web of sub-entities is this Joint SDG Fund. Rubenstein is a regular panelist at these events that cater to funding/financing the SDGs (which is interchangeable with the Great Reset)
Joint SDG Fund – Panelist
Organized at the margins of the United Nations General Assembly, a discussion on how the Joint SDG Fund can contribute to closing the financing gap to achieve the SDGs in developing countries by bringing together the UN system and the private sector. The Joint SDG Fund showcases its role in SDG Financing, that aims to support key initiatives that can leverage public and private financing to advance the SDGs.
World leaders have made ambitious commitments to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Yet, securing enough resources remains a major challenge, with developing countries facing a gap estimated between US$ 2.5 to 3 trillion per year. What’s more, with governments and markets facing the massive financial challenge of helping countries address the immediate socio-economic impact of Covid-19, private capital will play a critical role in both addressing these needs and financing paths towards achievement of the SDGs.
- Ms. Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations
- Ms. Mia Mottley, Prime Minister, Barbados
- Ms. Carin Jämtin, Director General, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
- Mr. David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman of The Carlyle Group
- Mr. Emmanuel Roman, Chief Executive Officer, PIMCO
- Mr. Bill Tai, Co-Founder of ACTAI Global and ExtremeTechChallenge
- Moderated by Dr. Natalia Kanem, Executive Director of UNFPA
Very noteworthy is that Rubenstein hosts his show on Bloomberg TV.
4. John Hopkins University
Rubenstein is on the Board of Trustees of the University. The important arm of the University is the John Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. This is the entity that held Event 201, in tandem with Gates Foundation, World Economic Forum and Open Philanthropy Project.
Remember Event 201 took place in October 2019 – these globalist maniacs running a hypothetical worldwide pandemic outbreak and how it would be handled.
5. Brookings Institution
Rubenstein is chair emeritus of the entity. Amongst the Board of Trustees are members that are in the executive capacity of known globalist titans such as: Heinz Family Foundation, Harvard University, Citizens Financial Group, Inc., Blum Capital Partners, LP, McKinsey & Company, Thomson Reuters Foundation, PwC, Goldman, Sachs & Co., Amazon, Time Warner Inc., Deutsche Bank AG and Old Harbour Partners, LLC.
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There are a series of policy papers and press releases coming from Brookings. I chose to include this one – printed in tandem with the Rockefeller Foundation:
Rubenstein also hosts a show on Bloomberg TV. Here is one of the recent episodes:
Interviewing Chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab: