Gay-Ops Abound in Ukraine
After Russia launched its Special Military Operation to liberate Donbass, NATO-imposed sanctions, along with Jewish pressure, have forced various multinationals to exit the Russian market. Among them are big accounting firms Deloitte, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). According to MarketWatch, “A legal agreement to finalize the exit was signed June 30, PwC said.” In addition, the firm’s other member companies will no longer work with Russian businesses.
PricewaterhouseCoopers provides tax preparation, auditing and consulting services. According to their Montenegro office’s statement, “Our main focus at PwC continues to be doing all we can to help our Ukrainian colleagues and support the humanitarian efforts to aid the people of Ukraine who have been devastated by this invasion.”
- KPMG’s “Pride” logo in 2021 is subtly based? Well, the LGBTP agenda going up in smoke sounds good to us. On a serious note, their divestment from Russia may be a positive in the long run for Russian communities.
Yet despite their alleged concern for Ukrainian civilians, PwC has directly assisted the Zelensky Regime and its predecessors in integrating the country with the Western plutocracies. PwC helped build, “…a consensus among the top management of Kyiv City on the long-term vision and priorities of the city’s development,” which included settling with the city’s bondholders and formulating the 2015 10-year development plan.
- “Keep calm and love HR team.” Image is taken from the virtual tour of PwC Kiev offices. It might best be described as neoliberal architecture.
Between 2015 and 2018 at least, PwC worked with “civil society” groups along with The World Bank and the UK Government to implement communications and project management strategies for the Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine (MTOT). This included directly advising the ministry about legislation related to Donbass’s “recovery.”
In addition, “During 2016-2019 the PwC in Ukraine team provided support to the Verkhovna Rada Fuel and Energy Sector Committee (FEC) on policy design and implementation.” (For all you out there in Rio-Rhinelander, Verkhovna Rada is the parliament of Ukraine.) PwC advisors hosted 21 policy workshops to “increase transparency” in legislation in coordination with the UK-based Good Governance Fund (GGF). PWC empowered leaders to discuss issues through Energy Dialogues’ online portal for “civil society.” Stakeholders could access the portal to better “assess the progress of reform.”
According to Energy Dialogues’ site: “Our high-level forums, meetings, and roundtables are strategically planned to fuel debate, discussion, and information exchange.” Clients include corporate giants: Chevron, Honeywell, Royal Dutch Shell, etc. Members include Cornerstone, Equitable Origin and the American Petroleum Group. One of the most prominent discussion topics includes the implementation of “Environmental and Social Governance” (ESG). While at the same time PwC works with some of the world’s largest energy companies, they also boast about facilitating Ukrainian firms transitioning to “sustainability” with “net zero” climate initiatives.
- Centred in liberal leaning San Diego, Energy Dialogues is an instrument of fossil fuel lobbying and American soft power in Ukraine.
As mentioned, PwC partners with the Good Governance Fund for lobbying and education of Ukrainian bureaucrats and politicians. According to the UK government:
[GGF] is largely focused on supporting governance and economic reform in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)…The Fund supports anti-corruption measures, improving the business environment, judicial reform, key sector reforms (e.g. banking and energy), strengthening the rule of law and supporting an independent media…These interventions support states to become more resilient to external and internal shocks.
Each of these countries is either on Russia’s border or in the Russo-Yugoslavian traditional sphere of influence. Essentially, inculcating Western “Democratic Institutions” will protect national elites either from external shocks (like Russia) or internal shocks, i.e., their own people. The government blatantly describes their work as “interventions,” and actually lists PricewaterhouseCoopers along with the World Bank and European Reconstruction and Development Bank as “implementing institutions” for these reforms. The goal of reform, in addition to lobbying against Russia, is for British industry to find new markets to exploit.
There has been success but many challenges remain which could undermine progress and may lead to development reversals. The UK can play an important role in helping to accelerate reform, generate growth, promote open and market-based economies and support stability. Existing multilateral partners in the region tend to operate larger, multi-year programmes, with longer term commitments.
The British government publicly acknowledges they spent £30 million in 2016-17 alone on this destabilization campaign. It appears that the money paid off too. With the assistance of PwC, Ukraine instituted a new Labour Code and convinced Kiev to implement various regulatory provisions harmonizing Ukraine’s financial system with the European Union.
- The breakroom also taken from the virtual tour is exactly what you’d expect, a bugman’s paradise, complete with a gaming system.
Internally, the corporate division encourages Ukrainian businesses to embrace “gender diversity.” The company is proud that a majority of its managers are female. Furthermore, starting in 2020, the company hosts, “PwC EMEA Pride Week programme with discussions around the importance of bringing visibility into the workplace, real-life examples of stepping up, Shine [sic] communities educating people on gender identity, and many more.” It’s not surprising the company intends to uproot traditional gender roles which Russian women, even in big cities, hold more than in the West.
Israeli Operations Going Strong: Especially Cyber Security
The Jewish state is well known for meddling in the affairs of foreign nations using cybersecurity and technology as its wedge. The city of Beersheba in the Negev desert has become a large tech hub for Israeli and international firms. Companies like pro-homosexual Lockheed Martin have large operations in the area, as do others like Deutsche Telekom along with Israeli pharmaceuticals giant Teva. Teva is in part responsible for the opioid crisis in America along with other credible accusations of corruption.
The Negev was originally inhabited by semi-nomadic Bedouin people. Since the establishment of the Zionist Entity, Bedouins have been subjected to merciless persecution by the occupying force. “Unrecognized” Bedouin towns are threatened by Israeli bulldozers. Approximately 10 percent of the Arab population within the borders of the Jewish state live in these unrecognized villages—denied access to medical care, education—even electricity or running water. Instead, they are forced to move to “economically depressed, planned communities.” In one darkly comedic case, an Israeli court ruled that residents of Al-Araqib were forced to reimburse the state for the cost to demolish their own homes and for the state’s legal fees in suing them!
- “A man sits on the ruins of his house, hours after it was demolished by Israeli forces, in the unrecognized Bedouin village of Wadi Al Na’am in the Negev, May 2014. Wadi Al-Na’am is the largest unrecognized village in Israel, home to 13,000 Palestinians; most of whom were displaced from elsewhere in Israel.” (Keren Manor/Activestills); Originally found in Journal of Palestine Studies
The Negev is the epicentre of Anti-Arabism. Yet in 2019, PwC opened the Cybersecurity Experience Centre in segregated Beersheba—the first of its kind in the world.
Grant Waterfall, PwC’s EMEA Cyber Security & Privacy Leader, comments:
“Our Cyber Security Experience Centre in Israel allows us to collaborate with clients and partners worldwide. This builds trust in their organisations through resilient operations in an innovative rich environment that closely mimics the actual experience of both offensive and defensive cyber events.”
The project came to fruition so PwC could better advise, “governments and multinational industrial companies around the world,” using Operations Technology. Per the company’s statement, targeted industries include: “cyber-kinetic modules of electricity production, railway transportation, oil & petrochemical refining, natural gas distribution, pharmaceutical manufacturing, smart buildings, defence [defense] drones and physical security…”
According to the statement, by tapping into the Israeli market more, PwC will “continuously identify game-changing cyber security technologies that could be integrated into PwC’s cyber security framework.” Growth in the technology sector in Israel was staggering in 2021, which gives the company great optimism for future potential there. Naturally, the Israeli division has ties to IDF Intel Unit 8200, Blackrock and Tiktok Israel.
In 2022, another Cybersecurity Excellence Centre opened in Bonn, Germany.
While PwC is quite concerned about the Russian “invasion” of Ukraine and about “diversity and inclusion,” you won’t find any DEI statement for PwC Israel. You won’t find any gentiles in senior leadership. You won’t even find any non-Jewish stock photos on their webpage. Instead, the cowardly company chooses to profit off of Israeli occupation and annexation.
America: Heart of the Beast
- Senior Partner & Chairman of Pricewaterhouse Coopers America: Tim Ryan
In the last installment of this series on “woke capitalism,” you learned how homosexuals and Jews at Ad Council along with the Anti-Defamation League colluded to create diversity brainwashing materials. If you haven’t already read that, I highly recommend it. However, it’s more important that you have read part one, where I introduced the organization CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion. PwC actually founded the group along with a few other companies.
The Chairman and Senior Partner of the American division is Timothy Ryan. Since 2016, Ryan has been highly active in promoting diversity and inclusion efforts within his company and beyond. He is Irish-Catholic, raised in a lower middle-class family from Dedham, Massachusetts—taught to value hard work.
In an interview for The New York Times series called “The Corner Office,” (hence the title of this series), Ryan proudly describes his intentional discrimination against White male staff at PwC.
According to Ryan:
[A]s we did that, many of our white men were like, “I get it intellectually. But God, I’ve been working for 20 years to be that guy in that job. And I feel cheated.” I’ve had 50 steak dinners in the last four years with incredibly talented white men who say to me, “Tim, I get it. I see what we’re doing…But what about me?”
So we’ve tried to redefine success. You may not be the lead partner, but how about helping that person get the role? What would you rather be remembered for? What do you want to be inspired by?…
Are there people who just feel like they got cheated? Yes, there are. And what I say to those people is, “I’m asking you to respect what we are trying to do. I’m asking you to respect our colleagues. I’m asking you to have compassion. And if you don’t agree, that’s OK. You don’t have to agree with me. But I do need you to live our values.”
Compare that with another comment:
It is my responsibility as a leader to not only stand with [the black community] against racism…but to use my privilege to be a part of the solution and take action—to help dismantle the racism and injustice that has become so pervasive in our society.
Mr. Ryan isn’t giving up his own privilege, however. Instead of relinquishing his title of Senior Partner to a black person, he holds back other White men from advancing in the company. If living the company’s values means “compassion” and altruism to one’s lower-level colleagues, then it appears Mr. Ryan is not in fact living his own values. No, like with most White liberals, it’s diversity for thee, but not for me.
So, what has Pricewaterhouse actually done since Ryan took over the American company?
Outraged that “78 percent of non-profit boards of directors are White,” PwC created a program to change that. Starting in 2019, the American division launched a program intending to install PwC employees on various non-profit boards across the country. Working with a board matching service called Cause Strategy Partners (CSP), the company assists “mid-career PwC professionals while also focusing on racially/ethnically diverse and female candidates…” They would also provide board coaching, so these new board recruits were trained for “effective and inclusion leadership.” According to PwC’s statement, of the 447 program recruits, “[t]hrough the BoardLead program to date, 45% of PwC professionals elected to nonprofit boards are racially/ethnically diverse, 23% are Black or Latinx and 55% are women.” This strategy is nothing short of a coup so PwC can influence various non-profits to steer business toward them using “inclusion” as a soft power strategy.
PwC is not alone in encouraging its employees to join non-profit boards. Other partners of CSP’s BoardLead include Comcast, Google, LinkedIn, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, United Jewish Appeal and of course—BlackRock. BoardLead, backed by Jewish money, essentially works as a staffing and recruiting agency for various non-profits, matching prospective volunteers to serve on their boards. In case you’ve seen an uptick in anti-White grievance politics in your local community organizations, you can thank Tim Ryan of PwC, the Rothschilds of Credit Suisse and Larry Fink of BlackRock.
Focusing internally, PwC wants to become more female and less White. Internally, by 2026 the company wants to see:
- A 50% increase in our Black and Latinx workforce
- A 50% increase in our pipeline of female potential partners and 50% increase in our pipeline of racially/ethnically diverse potential partners
- 40% of our reportable spend [sic] with diverse suppliers
But motivated anti-White activism is not enough according to PwC to make a company anti-racist. PwC designed a program called “Bias Analyzer” intended to make sure each company’s proprietary automated systems promote equity. This video explains how it works:
To sum it up, clients use an interface that allows them to set targets and metrics. Bias Analyzer then tells the client if his company’s software makes decisions meeting those targets. Then Bias Analyzer plots out the costs of corrective measures aimed at lifting up so-called marginalized groups.
Another product is called ESG Pulse which is meant to give clients concrete benchmarks for tracking Environmental and Social Governance along with reporting those numbers. It allows firms to compare their own ESG rankings with other companies. Naturally, DEI is considered highly sought after in gaining a higher ESG score.
A very important part of ESG as they claim is “employee safety.” To protect their clients’ employees, PwC teamed up with CLEAR to create a “Check-In” which monitors disease outbreaks at company offices or events using digital contact tracing through employee input and various mapping technologies. Basically, under the pretext of stopping the spread of coronavirus and other diseases, this software can basically monitor wherever you are at all times. Not only that, but the CLEAR’s Health Pass integrated with Check-In allows companies to track covid vaccination status, better allowing them to micromanage the private health decisions of their employees. But don’t worry, they take privacy very seriously.
Perhaps, Check-In whatever its faults, could be useful in controlling the monkey-pox epidemic. However, I don’t think PwC would want to use it that way. After all, in 2004 the company created the LGBT Partner Advisory Board. Among its ‘accomplishments’ are the following:
- Hosting national summits to convene LGBT leaders and share best practices within PwC.
- Providing domestic partner health benefits and tax equalization before the legalization of same-sex marriage.
- Developing firm-wide gender inclusivity guidelines.
- Sponsoring external conferences with OutLeadership and Lesbians Who Tech.
- Contributing to GLAAD, the Human Right [sic] Campaign, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Trevor Project and dozens of local LGBT charities.
- Signing the amicus brief to the Supreme Court supporting marriage equality in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Keep in mind, they stood this board up all the way back in 2004! That’s long before most Democrats favoured gay marriage. They were out in front of this early—cultivating a neoliberal janissary class. It’s worked too. According to the company’s employee satisfaction survey, 90 percent of LGBT employees say they are “proud to work for PwC.” Meanwhile, “[t]he firm has received a 100% rating on the HRC Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index every year since 2006…” For a more thorough understanding of the LGBT groups PwC is supporting, see Scott Howard’s Transgender Industrial Complex.
- ‘Pride Month’ Logo for PwC Britain. In case you needed more proof that they were trying to turn Ukraine gay to make way for capitalism.
One of the concerns we all should have is about the impartiality of auditing. PwC helped create and continues to grow what is basically a corporate Antifa cartel. Given the now deep interconnectedness of the over 2000 firms who have signed up, all sharing an ideological crusade, how can we trust the independence and impartiality of PwC when it conducts audits of member firms? Deloitte, its main competitor is also a member of CEO Action!
So, now it makes sense why Tim Ryan co-created CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion. It was a massive grift to sell PwC products—whilst fostering a climate of neoliberal compliance. Antifascist radicals create a perceived problem, in this case, systemic bias, and nerds sell the solution. With the advent of ESG, this crystallization of Jewish pet causes: climate change, diversity, sexual liberation, covid neuroticism, etc. merge together to form a unified set of priorities corporations must deliver on, or else they will lose investment from institutional investors. Challenging the system must not be allowed, so workers are made to feel uncomfortable and uneasy by Human Resources badgering them with DEI initiatives.
Tim Ryan sums up the reasons for creating CEO Action quite well:
One of the first and most important steps on this journey is encouraging honest, respectful and often uncomfortable dialogue about the experiences, fears and obstacles of our neighbors, coworkers and friends. I’ve discussed this at length with the recent launch of the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion…I think we all share the hope that our country can make progress on these issues without people getting hurt.
But people are getting hurt and much worse. When a company or government entity is more interested in DEI ideology rather than the concrete interests of real people, the consequences are disastrous. It’s not only that people get fired unjustly. In a previous article, I demonstrated just how wrong the priorities of the City of Akron were. At the same time the public was demanding justice for White teenager Ethan Liming, murdered by blacks, the city was busy implementing aggressive DEI policies.
But Tim Ryan doesn’t care about that. His position as a multi-millionaire is quite secure so long as he continues pushing the anti-White agenda. If Ryan cared about equity, he would be demanding the international brand divest from and boycott Israel, until their human rights situation improves. Moreover, the deaths of ‘unarmed black men’ were the whole reason Ryan started a company-wide conversation on race way back in 2016. Many Americans are outraged by the Waukesha terror attack, the Jupiter Paulsen murder, and the Ethan Liming murder. To further racial justice, I demand PwC hold a company-wide conversation tackling anti-Whiteness.