BlackRock: The Secret Company that Owns the World
Hyperinflation is going to change everything. It’s happening.
The greatest trick the Devil ever played was convincing the world that he doesn’t exist.
Inflation is here to stay. It wasn’t transitory. It never was.
Now we’re on the brink of economic collapse, the likes of which we haven’t seen since 2008. It turns out printing one-fourth of the total money supply in a matter of months isn’t a good idea. Who knew?
To make matters worse the company secretly pulling the strings behind everything is about to take center stage.
Enter BlackRock — the company that owns you and you don’t even know it.
Why You Should Be Scared of BlackRock
Founded by Larry Fink in 1988, BlackRock is the most powerful Wall Street fund in the world with $9 trillion worth of assets under management. That’s larger than the gross domestic product (GDP) of every single country around the globe, with the exception of China and the United States.
If you were to make $1 every second, you would be worth as much as BlackRock in about 240,000 years.
I know. You’re sick of it. There are plenty of companies and powerful people that have enough blood money to grind everyone into a paste. But here’s why you should be particularly scared about BlackRock.
BlackRock’s absurd liquidity means that if you look at just about every major publicly traded company in the world you’ll find that BlackRock is its first, second or third-largest shareholder. Go ahead, try it.
Now, with that out of the way let’s talk about why you shouldn’t be scared of BlackRock. You should be terrified.
What BlackRock Does is Terrifying
If you put the big three asset management firms together being BlackRock, Vanguard and StateStreet, they control a collective of $15 trillion dollars. That’s roughly 70% of the United State’s GDP.
But this isn’t why you should be terrified of BlackRock. You should be terrified because they are the lynchpin between Wall Street and Washington D.C.
During the 2008 housing crisis when the government bailed out “too big to fail” giants like Lehman Brothers, Citi Group, AIG, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac who do you think the Federal Reserve hired to clean up the mess?
You guessed it, BlackRock.
“Prior to the financial crisis I was not even familiar with the name. But in the years after the Lehman Brothers collapse [in 2008], BlackRock appeared everywhere. Everywhere!” — Even Heike Buchter, German financial correspondent covering Wall St. for over a decade
What made all of this worse is that BlackRock held significant shares in the exact institutions they were helping bailout. In finance we call this “circular ownership.” I just call it horse shit economics.
BlackRock also owns part of CNN and FOX, meaning they can unilaterally influence bipartisan information flow.
Oh, and they manipulate what we buy, sell, consume, and even where we decide to live. They also own our politicians.
According to William D. Cohan, author of the best-selling ‘House of Cards,’ BlackRock’s founder Larry Fink is “like the Wizard of Oz. The man behind the curtain.”
BlackRock’s Next Big Move
As of 2021, at least three executives from BlackRock operate notable positions in President
In fact, since BlackRock has a habit of creating “shadow cabinets” before presidential transitions, they’ve been unofficially named as the “fourth branch of government” by the media and those in the financial industry.
The reason why BlackRock is so efficient in helping out governments around the world is they use an extensive technology program called ‘Aladdin,’ which operates more than $21.6 trillion is assets.
The Tl;dr is that Aladdin is approximately 5,000 supercomputers that now act as the central nervous system for the world’s most sophisticated investors and asset managers.
Here’s what’s going to happen next.
[Cue dramatic end of the world music]
Earlier in the pandemic, BlackRock helped the Federal Reserve manage to buy corporate bonds (i.e. when the government buys corporate debt to bail them out) and will probably do it again in the coming months.
My prediction is that after the holidays the Biden administration and media narrative will shift from COVID-19 to a ‘total economic collapse’ mantra. Americans will be fed up with a disease with a 98% survival rate when they don’t have any money to eat or enough gas to drive up the road.
Maybe it won’t get that bad, but the reports indicate otherwise.
Why haven’t you heard of BlackRock?
Because you’re not supposed to know them.
I don’t want to get into conspiracy territory here, but most media coverage of BlackRock seems to get quietly de-prioritized and shuffled out of the mainstream view. It’s effectively deleted.
Meanwhile, there are many forces pressing against the economy right now. I’m not sure what will happen next. Maybe you, myself and the rest of my readers should pool our funds together and start a bunker out in Nevada or something. Nobody from BlackRock is getting an invite.
And if you still don’t believe that BlackRock is trying to downplay their power just hear what their founder said in an interview with Bloomberg:
“This may sound trite, but it’s really important for me to be perceived as a good human being, a caring individual who always comes across as real and unpretentious. And one thing I tell everybody — you may not be able to print this — is that I’m the same turd I was 30 years ago, and I really am proud of that.” — Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock
BlackRock is Secretly Taking Over the World Right Now
And what Joe Rogan has to do with all of it
BlackRock, Fidelity, Vanguard and State Street are the four horsemen of the global economy. They own the world. They own you.
Anytime you act economically you are transacting with BlackRock.
This means —
Anytime you watch television (they own most of the media).
Anytime you use medicine or get a vaccine (they own Pfizer).
Anytime you eat fast food or most snacks (they own Pepsi and Coke).
Anytime you use social media (they own much of Google and Apple).
Anytime you do any of these things you’re paying BlackRock money because, along with Vanguard, they own the largest stakes in top global companies. And when you add in the third-largest global owner, State Street, their combined ownership encompasses nearly 90% of all S&P 500 companies.
BlackRock is so powerful that they are infamously considered the “fourth branch of government.” So let’s talk about how they’re controlling your life.
BlackRock vs. Joe Rogan
If you didn’t believe that BlackRock tied into almost every facet of your life, you’d be dead wrong.
Two weeks ago BlackRock’s CEO Larry Fink, who’s often called the “most powerful man in the world,” made an announcement that he will start punishing companies if they are not woke enough. Seriously, he used the word “woke”.
Two days later Neil Young threatens to remove his music from Spotify. There’s only one problem, Young doesn’t own his music. Reprise Records owns it, and they are owned by Warner Media. Of course, they are all on board with removing it though.
Days pass and Joni Mitchell also comes out and says she’s removing her music if they don’t shut down the JRE Podcast. Who owns her music? Warner Media. Who owns Warner Media?
BlackRock. BlackRock owns everything.
So the question becomes: Why does BlackRock care so much about censoring a stoner comedian?
Because BlackRock owns a majority share in all vaccine producers. In fact, almost the entirety of Big Pharma and the mainstream media are largely owned by BlackRock and Vanguard.
They can’t stand that a guy like Joe Rogan has such a huge media share. And honestly, I hope they overplay their hand and censor him. It will do the reverse of what they think it will.
BlackRock Destroyed the American Dream
Dozens of BlackRock’s employees have held positions in the George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Joe Biden administrations. BlackRock is nonpartisan. They only care about money.
They even own part of CNN and FOX, meaning they can effortlessly influence bipartisan information flow.
Do you remember when the housing market suddenly skyrocketed in price last year? That was BlackRock too. BlackRock bought up thousands of tracts of residential housing paying 20–50% above asking price.
They destroyed the American dream for many middle-class Americans.
As a result, we now have one company that has an outsized monopoly on the real estate available to the working and middle class.
Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This?
As the famous science-fiction writer Aldous Huxley concluded, one-third of the population can easily be hypnotized, another one-third teeters between being hypnotized and not at all, and the last third can never be hypnotized.
In other words, we’re not too bright of a society.
We constantly focus on surface-level issues.
We believe the gender of Spider-Man is important politics and that the Super Bowl should be considered a national holiday. We’re honestly 100% retarded.
The vaccines, cancel culture, Trump, Biden — these aren’t even the real problems. The big problem is that the worst aspects of capitalism have manifested themselves. A few companies do own everything and are able to spread their own narrative unilaterally. And anyone who questions that narrative is to be attacked. They are the other.
“The problem isn’t that Johnny can’t read. The problem isn’t even that Johnny can’t think. The problem is that Johnny doesn’t know what thinking is; he confuses it with feeling.” — Thomas Sowell
Really, I guess the only answer is to challenge your own dogmatic ways of thinking. For me, that can be reading a book by modern socialist philosopher Slavoj Zizek. It’s not that socialism is the entire answer, but capitalism has its problems. BlackRock is it.
For you, it could be listening to Joe Rogan’s podcast #1757 with Doctor Robert Mallone and forming your own opinion, instead of only reading articles about it.
All of this reminds me of the 1998 film “The Truman Show.”
Truman’s entire life is a TV show in a big dome and all his friends and family are actors who gaslight him into believing their “truth.” When Truman finally finds the exit the director gives a long speech about how he can give him a world without fear, danger, or any kind of risk and Truman basically tells him to fuck off and leaves.
How can BlackRock be destroyed?
More eyes need to be opened to BlackRock and just how problematic it is to have two major investing firms pretty much own everything.
The cynical side of me wants to say, it’s too late we’re screwed, people only care about football and their political team winning.
God help us if this is the case.
But I do have some hope. My dad who’s never heard much of Joe Rogan decided to give the controversial Peter McCullough episode a listen. He wondered, “who is this evil man, maybe I’ll see for myself.”
Three hours later, sure, he had his own criticisms, but we both agreed that Joe is objective and unjudging, and just asks questions that people genuinely want to ask. One thing we both know for certain: if a book or show gets banned you know there is something in there they don’t want you to know.
Things might get worse before they get better. But have some hope dammit! And never stop questioning your own beliefs in search of the truth. source