Yesterday sundance did a terrific post, which I assume many have already read. If you haven't you need to:
I'm going to quote fairly freely from the post, but I'll just point out one thing up front. Well, two things.
1. I'm surprised that sundance didn't use his trademark line: There are trillions at stake. It's no exaggeration.
2. I'm also surprised that sundance didn't point out--something I'm sure he's aware of--the way in which all this money and stakeholding intersects with the US National Security establishment, i.e., the Deep State. Simply put, anyone rising up through the national security establishment--whether civilian or uniformed military (think Lloyd Austin as one currently prominent example out of many)--who wishes to become majorly wealthy needs to be approved by Blackrock (one of two such outfits, the other being Vanguard) for membership on corporate boards. Or for legal business. Etc. You get the idea. You'll see why I think this is worth mentioning.
So, with that in mind, sundance:
Let's see. If you want to predict political events, wouldn't the best idea be to actually control political events? That would make the predicition business much more, um, predictable. Makes sense to me.
This is all about pulling strings. It's about who are the puppets and who are the puppeteers.
Who was it that said, personnel is policy? Whoever it was knew a thing or two. Maybe it was the same guy who said,
As a good Socialist, I'm going for the money. As a good Capitalist, I'm sticking with the revolution, because if you can't beat it, spy on it. ... you scratch my conscience, I'll drive your Jag.
How innocent Smiley seems these days. Anyway ...
Eyes and ears. If you're in the National Security establishment and want to get ahead in the world, it would pay you well to get to know and stay on the right side of young Sarah.
Overall, I'd say that's brilliant.
But Blackrock isn't alone. They may have the inside track inside the Zhou Baiden regime, but there's more to the picture. Meet Vanguard Group:
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.
My excerpts here will be much briefer, by comparison with the length of the article:
The word “vanguard” means “the foremost position in an army or fleet advancing into battle,” and/or “the leading position in a trend or movement.” Both are fitting descriptions of this global behemoth, owned by globalists pushing for a Great Reset, the core of which is the transfer of wealth and ownership from the hands of the many into the hands of the very few.
So, those ritual meetings of US presidents with the Queen? It's not necessarily all ritual. Did I mention that the Maxwell family had connections to the "royals" and that provided a connection for Jeffrey Epstein? Weird.
As George Carlin said, It's a big club, and you ain't in it.
If your head is spinning already, you’re not alone. It’s difficult to describe circular and tightly interwoven relationships in a linear fashion. The world of corporate ownership is labyrinthine, where everyone seems to own everyone, to some degree.
However, the key take-home message is that two companies stand out head and neck above all others, and those are BlackRock and Vanguard. Together, they form a hidden monopoly on global asset holdings, and through their influence over our centralized media, they have the power to manipulate and control a great deal of the world’s economy and events, and how the world views it all.
There's actually a lot more than what I've quoted. The primary interest of the author is in how the Covid Panic--with all its seeming anti-science irrationality propagated by people who know better--plays into the Great Reset, which turns out to be the Great Wealth Transfer:
As I’ve reviewed in many previous articles, it seems quite clear that the COVID-19 pandemic was orchestrated to bring about this New World Order — the Great Reset — and the 45-minute video featured at the top of the article does a good job of explaining how this was done. And at the heart of it all, the “heart” toward which all global wealth streams flow, we find BlackRock and Vanguard.
The video he refers to was lifted from another article: Who Runs The World?
Donald Trump had to go.
And Bluto Barr was no George Smiley.
ADDENDUM: Forasmuch as God hath shown thee all this, there is none so discreet and wise as thou.