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May 23, 2024





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One must seriously ask why great corporations like Delta Airlines, Coca Cola, and other commercial world reaching enterprises, suddenly, as if guided by a conductors baton in a symphony orchestra, rise up as one to howl at the moon in protest to Georgia’s long-needed correction to its corruptible election laws. That’s an easy one; follow the money! 

Unfortunately, Americans haven’t grasped that the recent explosion of “Woke” in America’s corporate world, supposedly precipitated by the outrage of Georgia’s voting law changes, wasn’t simply because of some spurt of leftist idealism in executive offices. No, these are globalist companies! They do not care about the nation(s) they reside in. It’s all about running the profits game, and for Coke and Delta, et al., the United States is just another franchise in the world’s shopping mall. Think, the New World Order, a multinational conglomeration of producers and consumers, with corporations in charge as a One World Government.  

In 2019 Coca Cola CEO James Quincey, on a China State-owned media outlet, said: “We have a very clear view that we think globalization in trade has certainly helped provide economic growth that has allowed societies to progress. So we are in favor of well-organized trade…”  “We’ve always had a great relationship operating in China. One of our partners is a state company… I have to say we’ve always been able to find our way to expansion and the right opportunities in China… Focusing on how to get the economy to grow and what would drive more growth will be the biggest beneficial outcome for the entire economy.” Nice sounding words, aren’t they? China made him say it! 

Like all big corporations, Coca-Cola grants money to worthy charities and other causes, but especially to causes that fly in the face of American morality. For example, Coca-Cola donated $50,000 to a Transgender Law Center. Their mission statement is: “Through our organizing and movement-building programs, we assist, inform, and empower thousands of individual community members a year and build towards a long-term, national, trans-led movement for liberation.” That’s less than 2% of America’s population being thrust into political leadership.  

Too, Coca-Cola is an American member of China’s Chamber of Commerce and sits in China’s “Chairman’s Circle,” that boasts of the advantages of membership: The Chinese Communist government was represented at a recent annual American Chamber of Commerce event in Beijing, hosted by Wang Chen, member of the Communist Party’s Politburo. Wang is also Vice Chairman of the National People’s Congress and is one of fourteen CCP officials recently sanctioned by the US over Communist China’s role in suppressing Hong Kong. Wang, at the American Chambers gathering, praised the group’s commitment to cooperation between the two countries. “This just shows that the so-called sanctions by the US are unpopular and will not be supported by all sectors of the US.” Coca-Cola CEO Quincey also sits on the Board of Directors of Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer as well as being a member of the board of the US-China Business Council, an organization dedicated to helping American companies operate in communist China. China will own you! Remember the strings attached to those prospects.

In 2019, the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation was gifted $250,000 by Delta. What’s Deltas’ interest apart from flying all over the world? A big clue lies in its CEO, Ed Bastian, once on the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), an independent, non-partisan American think tank not quite friendly to a Constitutional America as it would exist in the Marxists New World Order. As a company with a worldwide reach, Delta Airlines has been dragged into the globalist cult of world power. But why one may ask? Here’s why: Cokes’ CEO James Quincey sits on the Board of Directors of Pharmaceutical Goliath Pfizer and is another American executive who sits as a Board member on the US-China Business Council, an organization dedicated to helping American companies operate in communist China. Sounds good, doesn’t it? What benefits does China get from Delta Airlines? How about access to high-level US Government agencies? I had an idea that’s what Hunter Biden’s role was to be. Access gets China more influence through exclusive executive networking. It’s all about money.

Here’s another influence peddler, Fernando Vallina, CEO of ExxonMobilChina. His profile shows up in that organization’s quarterly magazine to be found on their own website. Don’t be shocked, but this character, Vallina, is quoted as saying: “that a tyrannical communist regime makes for ideal working conditions for a globalist capitalist company in today’s business world.” “One of the things that is great about doing business in China is that, unlike many other places, the government priorities are very clearly spelled out,” “You have a five-year plan that gets translated into industry plans. All you have to do is read what the priorities are for China.”

Vallina continued: “I’ve never seen my role as looking for China to change and do things the way we do in other parts of the world. I’ve always seen my job as trying to find the fit between what China wants, whatever their model is, and what my company can offer, finding those areas of commonality and finding investment opportunities in it.”

Another Coca-Cola’s Board of Directors member is Blackstone Group Intl. Partners Exec, Marc Bolland, reveals other troubling ties of the globalists cabal. His Coke bio reads: Mr. Bolland has been a Director of Coca-Cola Company since 2015 as head of European Portfolio Operations of The Blackstone Group Inc. And, more disturbing is bragging about the highly credentialed globalist Dr. Helene D. Gayle, a former associate of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Her bio states, “Dr. Gayle spent twenty years with the Centers for Disease Control,(CDC) working primarily on HIV/AIDS. She also worked at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, directing programs on HIV/AIDS and other global health issues. She also serves on public corporate and non-profit boards, including The Coca-Cola Company, Colgate-Palmolive Company, the Rockefeller Foundation, Brookings Institution, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, New America, and the ONE Campaign.” She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Public Health Association, the National Academy of Medicine, the National Medical Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. She currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of The Chicago Community Trust (CCT), a watchdog site that Influences how Chicago Community Trust funds abortionists:

The Chicago Community Trust annually dispenses a number of grants to organizations that push for more lenient abortion regulations. In 2018, a $10,447 grant to the Center for Reproductive Right advocates on a state level for legislation that would legalize most abortions. The CCT also made a $172,000 grant to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, an organization that carries out abortions in the United States. There’s much, much more! For example, Gayle, In 2019, co-wrote an article in the New England Journal of Medicine calling for the abortion pill RU-486 to be made widely available to American women.

Gayle departed from the Gates Foundation in 2005 to head up CARE, an organization that pushers for Third World migration into the West. The Gates Foundation had this to say about her: “She also developed the foundation’s strategy for increasing global access to reproductive health commodities.”

That’s what we’re facing, folks, the erosion of values in Corporate America and the sellout of the political class. 

Remember, freedom is the goal; the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ’em!


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