Economics/Class Relations

How BlackRock Conquered the World — Part 2

by James Corbett
corbettreport.com
November 19, 2022

If you read Part 1 of the How BlackRock Conquered the World series, you will know how BlackRock went from an obscure investment firm in the 1980s to one of the most powerful asset managers in the world after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007—2008. You will also know how BlackRock’s CEO, Larry Fink, wasted no time in using the company’s immense riches—with over $10 trillion under management and a position as one of the top three institutional investors in seemingly every Fortune 500 company—to gain political power.

But Fink and his lackeys were not interested in accruing power merely for its own sake. No, the point of getting power is to use it. So the question is: how did they use this newly acquired political power?

Well, did you hear about a little thing called the COVID-19 pandemic? If you’re reading The Corbett Report, then you likely already know that the events of the last three years had nothing whatsoever to do with a virus. But if the pandemic was actually a scamdemic and it was never really about a viral contagion, then what was it about?

There are, of course, many answers to that question. The scamdemic served a number of agendas and the various players on the grand chessboard each had their own incentives for playing along with it. But one of the most important—not to mention one of the most overlooked—answers is that the scamdemic was, at base, a financial coup d’état. And that entire coup d’état was engineered by (you guessed it) BlackRock.

Last week, I presented A Brief History of BlackRock.

Next week, we will examine the Aladdin system, the ESG scam and where BlackRock is hoping to take society in the future.

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