Who is “The Oligarchy”?

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  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 01:31pm

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    davefairtex

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    Who is “The Oligarchy”?

RFK has done the heavy lifting here:

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/blackrock-vanguard-own-big-pharma-media/

BlackRock and the Vanguard Group, the two largest asset management firms in the world, combined own The New York Times and other legacy media, along with Big Pharma.

Wait.  Vanguard?  Blackrock?

Interestingly, Vanguard is the largest shareholder of BlackRock, as of March 2021. Vanguard itself, on the other hand, has a “unique” corporate structure that makes its ownership more difficult to discern. It’s owned by its various funds, which in turn are owned by the shareholders. Aside from these shareholders, it has no outside investors and is not publicly traded…

So – Vanguard?

That assertion will become even clearer once you realize that this duo’s influence is not limited to Big Pharma and the media. Importantly, BlackRock also works closely with central banks around the world, including the U.S. Federal Reserve, which is a private entity, not a federal one. It lends money to the central bank, acts as an adviser to it, and develops the central bank’s software.

While it would take time to sift through all of Vanguard’s funds to identify individual shareholders, and therefore owners of Vanguard, a quick look-see suggests Rothschild Investment Corp. and the Edmond De Rothschild Holding are two such stakeholders. Keep the name Rothschild in your mind as you read on, as it will feature again later.

The video above also identifies the Italian Orsini family, the American Bush family, the British Royal family, the du Pont family, the Morgans, Vanderbilts and Rockefellers, as Vanguard owners.

Really??!

Is this, then, the Oligarchy?

Are Vanguard and Blackrock modern-day ownership-cutouts, providing plausible deniability, so the Oligarchy remains several steps removed from accountability?  Today,  “No Treatments For You” is blamed on NIH.  “Defund the police” is blamed on BLM.  And “Lockdowns” – NIH.  And “all the children must get the shot” – NIH.  Even though, of course, the children are not at risk.  Flu is worse.

So according to “the establishment”, the Plebes – and the Plebe’s children – must get the shot.  The Oligarchy?  Who knows.  What they do remains hidden behind cutouts.  Vanguard and Blackrock.  From what CHD says, anyway.

Do these names sound familiar?  Orsini.  Bush.  British Royal Family.  Du Pont.  Morgan.  Vanderbilt.  Rockefeller.

And the NIH continues to tell us: NO TREATMENTS FOR YOU!

And: The Plebe Children Must Get The Shot!

Who controls the NIH, I wonder?

I really wish I had something more extraordinary.  Say – Aliens.  Or, The Devil Incarnate.

All I can do is my best.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 03:07pm

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    Who is “The Oligarchy”?

Great find Dave!

It has been obvious for months that the plandemic, ‘vaccines’ and the lockdowns have been a coordinated program.

This really explains a lot!

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 06:50pm

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    Dr. Chris

Wow. @Chris Martenson…is this why we are experiencing shortages in all areas?

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 07:51pm

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    Who is “The Oligarchy”?

RFK Jr at Children’s Health Defense mirrored the article from this by Joseph Mercola. While copying the article accurately, CHD omitted the footnotes.

The top source in the footnotes for Mercola’s analysis was a piece from LewRockwell.com, written by Bill Sardi. And, Sardi refers almost entirely to the video that’s also posted as the lead video for Mercola, and CHD.

Sardi attributes the video to “Dutch creator, Covid Lie”. I couldn’t find any Dutch creator called “Covid Lie”, but the title of the video in the opening screen is “Monopoly: an overview of the Great Reset”.

Generally when a video is hosted at YouTube or Vimeo, it’s possible to follow a link back to the originating channel. But these videos don’t have such a link, at least not that’s visible without studying the html source. The videos look like they’re probably hosted at Bitchute.

I searched at YouTube under the title “Monopoly…” and found that the video was originally created and posted by the Dutch group Vrouwen Voor Vrijheid (Women Stand for Freedom). They say they translated it into English from a film created by Tim Gielen, who has several other interesting-looking videos at his site, all in Dutch. But the original film was an hour long, and the translation by the women’s group is only 45 minutes. So I find myself wondering what’s been left out.

Along with the shell game, I see a subtle shift in the messaging. The film presents a more nuanced view of the complexities of ownership and management of the companies. At least in the English version, the film does state that Vanguard and Blackrock “appear at the top of the pyramid”, and have a “complete monopoly”. But it also talks about the fact that as asset management companies, Vanguard and Blackrock are managing funds actually owned by thousands of billionaires.  (Not to mention also funds belonging to millions of thousandaires and millionaires.)

The film identifies Gates, Soros and Clinton as major players in the Great Reset, working through public foundations which hide conflicts of interest. The foundations often place their funds through institutional fund managers. And I feel it’s worth mentioning that although institutional investors like Vanguard and BlackRock own significant interests in nearly every public company, those companies are in many cases actually controlled by blocks of stock that are owned by the founders or managers of those companies, or their heirs.

And it’s true that the film identifies the Rothschilds, “Orsini family, the American Bush family, the British Royal family, the du Pont family, the Morgans, Vanderbilts and Rockefellers, as Vanguard owners.”

The Sardi article, and the Mercola article even more so, shift the emphasis towards the Rothschilds in particular. But the provided links are almost laughable, showing that Rothschilds own not Trillions, not Billions, but merely a few Millions of Dollars of Vanguard stock. References to “Rothschilds” are, of course, a dog whistle for folks with a special animus against Jews.

I’m not trying to minimize the significance of companies like BlackRock or Vanguard. They’re a very interesting and relatively recently emerging feature of late stage capitalism. And the Rothschilds are very interesting characters as well. Also I’m not saying there is anything sinister or covert about the process of quoting and mirroring the original material here, but there’s a bit of the “Chinese Whispers” or “Telephone” game going on.

 

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 08:59pm

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    Who is “The Oligarchy”?

This is worth reading, as it helps to put it all in perspective.

TAKE ACTION: Financial Takeover & Your Bank Account – BlackRock, Envestnet/Yodlee, and The Federal Reserve

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 09:30pm

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    The Oligarchy’s Asset-of-Last-Resort

What does “The Oligarchy” really own?

Physical gold.

How do I know? Because the market is saying “gold is for suckers” when common sense is screaming “own some freaking gold!”

Besides, true wealth among the elite is measured in gold and real estate….real assets in a make-believe world.

 

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 11:17pm

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    Who is “The Oligarchy”?

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.” He went on to explain: “It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.”

— David Rockefeller, Speaking at the June, 1991 Bilderberger meeting in Baden, Germany

“I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls the British money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply.”

Nathan Meyer Royhschild, 1815

I think you are right on target Dave.  And lets not forget the Fed is a privately owned institution that has had the right to print money and set policy for over 100 years Follow the trail to the centres of wealth and power. They can’t be anywhere else.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 11:56pm

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    Vanguard

So Vanguard operates a large number of mutual funds and ETFs.  A broad cross section of individuals, pension funds, etc. own shares of these funds.  I used to own some in my retirement accounts until I took a different route in 2008.  Certainly some portion is owned by billionaires, but how much? Perhaps they exert a disproportionate influence on the funds and their voting, leverage over important decisions, etc.  But all I see is speculation in these comments and linked articles.

  • Sun, Jun 20, 2021 - 03:38am

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    dog whistles & cutouts

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The Sardi article, and the Mercola article even more so, shift the emphasis towards the Rothschilds in particular. But the provided links are almost laughable, showing that Rothschilds own not Trillions, not Billions, but merely a few Millions of Dollars of Vanguard stock. References to “Rothschilds” are, of course, a dog whistle for folks with a special animus against Jews.

Whoa.  A dog whistle, you say?  I’m a bit tone-deaf when it comes to those sorts of things.  Was Rothschild Jewish?  I had no idea.  I really need a minder.  Who knows how many dog-whistles I would miss if expert-dog-whistle-detectors weren’t around to clue me in.

That said – when someone tells me I shouldn’t look at something, it kinda makes me curious.  “Do NOT look in that box over there.”  You might have been better off – strategically speaking – not mentioning the “dog whistle.”

My sense is, there’s a pony in here somewhere.  I’m guessing there are trillions stashed away in the Grand Caymans – or other tax havens – and this money is then funneled through places like BlackRock, and Vanguard.

Does Vanguard do “private wealth management for really rich people” in addition to their index fund work?  I bet they do.  All the banks do this.

Example: here’s the institutional ownership of MRNA.  Can we see who funded “Flagship Ventures”?  Or “Baillie Gifford”?  There’s Vanguard and Blackrock too – note this is NOT the mutual fund ownership page.  Which also has Vanguard on there.

Institution Name Shares Held (% Change) % Outstanding
Baillie Gifford & Co.  45,337,764(+5.24%) 11.29
Flagship Ventures  20,581,016(-2.56%) 5.13
The Vanguard Group, Inc.  18,919,030(-1.11%) 4.71
BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.  16,346,241(+0.02%) 4.07
Theleme Partners LLP  6,302,056(+0.24%) 1.57
State Street Global Advisors (US)  6,008,874(0.00%) 1.50
Fidelity Management & Research Company LLC  5,752,579(-0.55%) 1.43
Morgan Stanley Investment Management Inc. (US)  4,568,334(+0.48%) 1.14
Geode Capital Management, L.L.C.  3,806,430(+0.06%) 0.95
Banque Pictet & Cie S.A.  3,039,409(+0.00%) 0.76
Bellevue Asset Management AG  2,809,950(-0.03%) 0.70
Allianz Global Investors U.S. LLC  2,437,437(+0.56%) 0.61
T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.  2,337,895(+0.25%) 0.58
Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM)  2,306,050(+0.00%) 0.57
Ivy Investment Management Company  2,096,747(0.00%) 0.52

My guess: The Oligarchy – the ones that have lived a very long time – don’t drop their money directly into companies.  That’s so 1900/Rockefeller-Oligarchy.  Rockefeller got a lot of pushback from that, which took a long time and a sustained propaganda campaign to rectify.  Who wants that sort of drama?  [Gates – same thing.]

Individually, these ownership stakes look tiny – as they are meant to look.  In aggregate?  Not-so-tiny.

If I wanted to own MRNA, and profit from a “pandemic”, I’d make sure that a dozen “institutions”, collectively, owned my shares.  If millions were going to die, I’d want several levels of plausible deniability between me and the “vaccine” company.

In this system, everyone in “wealth management” would know the score – and be well paid for keeping silent.  If they didn’t keep quiet – they’d have a weightlifting accident/light plane accident/suicide.

https://www.newsmax.com/us/clinton-tarmac-story-dead/2021/06/13/id/1024938/

  • Sun, Jun 20, 2021 - 11:32am

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    Who is “The Oligarchy”?

Who is “The Oligarchy”?

 

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