James Lindsay: ESG Credit Scoring a Financial Gun to Head of Corporate America

Even if you’re not yet familiar with the term ESG rating, it’s shaping your world. ESG, or environmental, social, and governance, is a three-prong set of criteria used by the investment community to score how devoted companies are to pursuing ESG goals. High scores mean more investment dollars; low scores or being cut from an ESG index can be financially devastating.

James Lindsay, a leading expert in critical theory and Marxist ideology, explains how the ratings are powerful tools wielded by agencies like S&P, Moody’s, Blackrock, and Morningstar to force corporations to adopt progressive policies. And behind all of it is the World Economic Forum, the U.N., and the Chinese Communist Party.

Lindsay is also the founder of New Discourses, and the author of eight books, including his latest: “Race Marxism: The Truth About Critical Race Theory and Praxis.”

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