‘The Shadow State’, a feature documentary by The Epoch Times, takes a deep dive inside the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) industry, an emerging multitrillion-dollar power structure that unites governments with corporations in the march toward a brave new world of climate and social justice. See how it works, what its goals are, and who is driving it.

Will this new global alliance bring us a cleaner, more peaceful, more equitable future, or will it bring shortages, poverty, and political instability? Will this partnership of government with banking and tech giants deliver prosperity and freedom, or will it control our lives in ways that 20th-century totalitarians only dreamed of?

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  • The rise of the corporate-state is the direct result of the failure of the religious-state to teach godly government to their respective nations! Let us not forget the many sectarian churches who make no claim to the state, for their guilt is as great if not greater than the establishment state-churches!

    While the state churches wasted everyones time with ceremonial pomp, visual imaging and mandatory participation in their religious mafia, the independent churches wasted time on religious entertainment and just plain unbiblical silliness. There have been notable exceptions in both camps of course, but I am writing here about trends.

    In America’s founding decades it was the churches who led the way in education. All the ivy league colleges were founded by Christian ministers long before any state had established university. Local churches were often meeting houses for government as well. Some states established churches at first, but most did not because of bitter memories of murderous old world state churches.

    Payday has come, now in the form of an unholy establishment corporate-state whose ethos is pragmatism and rules for profits, but the facade is social justice and preservation of the earth. It’s simply another “religious” club in which club members prosper while outsiders pay the price for designated shortages.

    Whatever pain they inflict is to be understood for the greater good of the earth, which is the mother of us all according to their religious dogma.

    We will discover, possibly too late, that corporate-state religion is no better than the old world religious establishment church-state!

    Them as ignores history are bound to repeat it.

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