An Excerpt describing how Macron, Zelensky, McKinsey and recent events are connectedThu 6:28 pm +01:00, 31 Mar 2022
“Macron and Zelensky: actors’ lines scripted by McKinsey
Considering the evidence presented earlier, it can be said that McKinsey created the Macron phenomena from scratch, with the drafting of the controversial “Macron 2” law in 2015, and the creation of his political party En Marche. This is now undisputed.
In light of the current conflict in eastern Europe, if one was to take a serious look at Ukraine and its government, we would find none other than McKinsey & Co., reproducing the very same patterns with the government of Volodymyr Zelensky. In this way, these two “heads” of state are nothing more than actors who perfectly regurgitate prefabricated scenarios scripted by McKinsey.
Many have observed the overt level of control and influence over the government in Kiev by the US Embassy in Kiev, Victoria Nuland, and the US State Department, but few have noticed where the western levers of control are installed inside the government itself. Let’s take the example of Oleksandr Danylyuk, the former Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council and Minister of Finance of Ukraine.
Under Zelensky’s leadership and Oleksandr Danylyuk’s close counsel, the Ukrainian Government spiraled into receivership by racking up an enormous debt with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and devised a deadly strategy in the Donbass region, further inflaming the violent civil war in eastern Ukraine.
Incredibly, Danylyuk had previously worked three years in McKinsey’s offices in London and Moscow. His projects included the reform of the UK tax system, as well as the development of strategies and the optimization of operations in the energy and telecommunications sectors.
Moreover, Danylyuk and McKinsey developed the strategy for the Economic Reform Coordination Center of Ukraine. The firm drafted the cooperation agreement with the IMF, and it was Danylyuk who actively supported the signing of the EU-Ukraine association agreement, despite active opposition within the government from the pro-Russian lobbyists.
It doesn’t end there, as McKinsey’s fingerprints are everywhere to be seen, including their timely intervention behind the curtain to stop the Germany and Russia’s joint Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.
Again, it was Oleksandr Danyliuk, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, who could be heard saying on several occasions that, “We see Nord Stream 2 as a security threat.”
“Poland, the United States and Ukraine consider the North Stream 2 gas pipeline a threat to national security in the region,” exclaimed Danyliuk.
Where the EU procures its energy supplies wouldn’t normally be of interest to a country like Ukraine, but it is a central issue for realizing Washington and London foreign policy objectives.
Indeed, Danyliuk’s comments echo far, and today we can see the obvious results when observing the United States and the European Commission’s new commitment to severely reducing Europe’s dependence on Russian energy.
Their last Joint statement made during Biden’s visit to Brussels is a clear indication that through the Joint European Action on More Affordable, Secure and Sustainable Energy (REPowerEU), the EU has confirmed its goal of becoming completely independent of Russian fossil fuels. As for the US, they will without a shadow of a doubt, take advantage of the situation and try to increase their more expensive LNG gas exports to Europe in an attempt to replace Russian fuel.
The White House announcement on the 26th March 2022 confirms the U.S. intention to rapidly increase exports of liquefied natural gas to Europe as Germany and other E.U. nations who are trying desperately to diminish their dependence on Russian fossil fuels.
In many ways, this recent overhaul of European energy policy is also harmonizing with the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset” agenda, and stakeholder governments’ “Net Zero” decarbonisation commitments. Here we can remind you again, that McKinsey & Co. is the top strategic advisor to the WEF.”