The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, visited the headquarters of BlackRock!
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NEW – Jacinda Ardern, PM of New Zealand, visited the headquarters of BlackRock, the “world’s largest shadow bank” with $10 trillion in assets under management.pic.twitter.com/bemyoEGNNR
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) June 4, 2022
Am I the only one who finds it particularly degrading for the acting head of a sovereign state to go to an appointment in the Wall Street offices of Blackrock?
At the very least it’s revealing of the balance of power between those finance firms and stateshttps://t.co/1FG2Q85hxl
— Arnaud Bertrand (@RnaudBertrand) June 4, 2022
BlackRock is a globalist investment firm that owns more than $11 trillion in assets under management. It makes them economically more powerful than most nations.
Money Inc. reported:
BlackRock maintains more than $9 trillion in assets under their management as of June of 2021. Holdings include massive amounts of coal investments that it plans to sell in a bid to fulfill its commitment to achieving environmental sustainability. It will sell $500 million of its coal investments. Future investments will fall in line with this new initiative announced early in 2020. BlackRock manages two of the Federal Reserve’s bond-buying programs as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. These are the Primary Market Corporate Credit Facility valued at $500 billion and the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility. BlackRock additionally has secured approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission for its set up of a mutual fund business in China. BlackRock is the third-largest stakeholder in Pfizer Pharmaceuticals. This also includes the subsidiary companies that are under the control of Pfizer, considered Big Pharma. It is also one of the top two stakeholders in four of the six major American media companies including News Corp, Disney, Comcast, and Time Warner. It also owns a stake in The New York Times.
NOQ Report added:
- BlackRock and Vanguard form a secret monopoly that own just about everything else you can think of too. In all, they have ownership in 1,600 American firms, which in 2015 had combined revenues of $9.1 trillion. When you add in the third-largest global owner, State Street, their combined ownership encompasses nearly 90% of all S&P 500 firms
- Vanguard is the largest shareholder of BlackRock. Vanguard itself, on the other hand, has a unique structure that makes its ownership more difficult to discern, but many of the oldest, richest families in the world can be linked to Vanguard funds
What does The New York Times and a majority of other legacy media have in common with Big Pharma? Answer: They’re largely owned by BlackRock and the Vanguard Group, the two largest asset management firms in the world. Moreover, it turns out these two companies form a secret monopoly that own just about everything else you can think of too. As reported in the featured video:1,2
“The stock of the world’s largest corporations are owned by the same institutional investors. They all own each other. This means that ‘competing’ brands, like Coke and Pepsi aren’t really competitors, at all, since their stock is owned by exactly the same investment companies, investment funds, insurance companies, banks and in some cases, governments.
The smaller investors are owned by larger investors. Those are owned by even bigger investors. The visible top of this pyramid shows only two companies whose names we have often seen …They are Vanguard and BlackRock.
The power of these two companies is beyond your imagination. Not only do they own a large part of the stocks of nearly all big companies but also the stocks of the investors in those companies. This gives them a complete monopoly.
The BlackRock’s unfathomable power in the economic world, CEO Larry Fink, is on the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees.
And you know what? Jacinda Ardern is a graduate of Schwab’s WEF Young Global Leaders Initiative.
Her coronavirus mandates made New Zealand a dystopian hellscape that Schwab’s cronies fantasize about.