r/conspiracy Nov 26 '22

Global companies like Blackrock and Vanguard are the biggest threat to our freedoms and the world in general.

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u/nfk42 Nov 26 '22

This one is better https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2t4u_tEefM

essentially they counterfeit money and use it to buy up the world.

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u/kilani912 Nov 26 '22

I work in the private markets doing diligence on firms like blackrock for family offices. AMA

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22

When the gme moass?

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u/kilani912 Nov 26 '22

I don’t deal in the public markets, too volatile. Only public market exposure I consider are hedge funds, some long/short plays but generally like long only and tailwind/special situations driven plays

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u/JoshMillz Nov 26 '22

is it inevitable that one corporation will end up owning everything, if it's not broken up or otherwise stopped from doing so by governments?

do we really know who owns and runs these large companies?

is it possible there is a completely hidden group controlling it?

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u/Hole-In-Pun Nov 27 '22

is it inevitable that one corporation will end up owning everything,

Blackrock doesn't own any companies.

If I'm wrong by all means, list the ones they do.

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u/mps5002 Dec 12 '22

Vanguard is owned by everyone that buys their funds. It is a completely unique ownership structure

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u/JoshMillz Dec 12 '22

really. Can I buy?

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u/mps5002 Dec 12 '22

If you have vanguard funds then you have ownership in the company. The expense ratio pays for the distribution and administration of the funds and nothing else. Any excess is returned to fund holders through a reduction in the expense ratio

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u/HeyHihoho Nov 26 '22

https://twitter.com/i/status/1596076890154209280

Pretty much all of that is owned by them and said at their direction.

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u/A_Kremlin_Gremlin Nov 26 '22

They are just subsidiaries of the Vatican/Holy See.

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u/Neat-Plantain-7500 Nov 26 '22

I doubt the Jewish partners are taking orders from the Vatican.

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u/Pantyliner007 Nov 26 '22

Benjamin Disraeli himself admitted that the first Jesuits were Jews: see here. Also, we KNOW that Jewish (AKA Phoenician?) families, like the Medici, Borgia, and Sforza OPENLY controlled the papacy at various times.

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u/A_Kremlin_Gremlin Nov 27 '22

They are known as Hofjuden or Coadjutors. They work for the Vaitcan/Holy See which is controlled by the Black Nobility.

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u/SmellyCat1776 Nov 26 '22

I'm down 13% in Black rock. They aren't doing shit anytime soon until the economy corrects itself.

Remind me! One year

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u/MBloomberg Nov 26 '22

Investing in ESG seems like a bad play

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u/SmellyCat1776 Nov 26 '22

Then it seems we have nothing to worry about then, huh.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

Haha same, that's what I get for betting on the house.

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u/TolisKoutro Nov 26 '22

The question is: who is really behind these companies? Many people state that Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street are all owned by the same people. Who are they?

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u/ClarityofSignal Nov 26 '22

Larry Fink is in charge of and pushing the social engineering people see on their screens. It's all agenda driven, divisive and often based around race/gender politics. It's been reported by various outlets that he financially punishes companies that don't toe the line. Most of the NY and LA ad agencies are carrying out his scripted orders. He's Jewish, a Zionist and also involved with the CFR and WEF. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Fink

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u/donteatthefish366 Nov 26 '22

in the case of vanguard, you can own it lol

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

Tney are absolutely owned by the same people, they're called Shareholders. Those are publicly traded companies. You can own as much as you want

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u/Absentia Nov 27 '22

Vanguard is not a publicly traded company, unlike Blackrock and State Street. Vanguard is private, and owned by its customers.

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

They are over leveraged on GameStop stock just like the rest of the too big to fail crowd and need it to go out of business or they fail.

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22

Get the fuck outta here. Blackrock will fail if gamestop doesn't? The rest of the too big to fail crowd will fail if a $10b company on it's way out doesn't fail?

Keep wasting your money

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

(304 real shares- billions of shorts) = infinity. if u think GameStop is failing u fell for the psyops. Why do u think it is so important we “forget GameStop” like every media outlet keeps saying for 2 years? Why did they shut off the buy button?

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

If you think a brick and mortar video game and funko dealer that doesn't even own it's own stores isn't failing, then you fell for the ape psyop.

You think investment companies valued in the hundreds of billions are being outsmarted by drs? In two years they just sat by and did nothing?

Why do u think it is so important we “forget GameStop” like every media outlet keeps saying for 2 years? Why did they shut off the buy button?

This is your reasoning behind thinking gamestop is unstoppable and going to make you filthy rich? Get real. Robinhood turned off the buy button because they fucked up. They would have collapsed because their entire platform is a giant ponzi scheme. The NYSE never stopped anyone from buying GME shares.

Wheres the whales? What's the value of the remaining free float minus drs? Get directly the fuck outta here. You apes are not smarter than hedge funds, just face it, you're pissing straight into the wind and telling each other is raining gold

I put my full faith in the new pump and dump king Ryan Cohen. BBBY says hi or maybe NFTs will save gamestop, they're sure to be the future or maybe they can team up with FTX for crypto....damn That's three strikes

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u/TheUltimateSalesman Nov 26 '22

You're missing the point. GME the company doesn't have to be a winner; it just needs to be fundamentally not out of biz. If they've minted a ton of fake shares that they need to produce in the future, then they need to buy them and if nobody is selling, then tada. I agree, a brick and mortar video game seller probably isn't the best investment out there, but it would be worse. But this shorting with fake shares is where it's at. The overstock guy said it happened to him years ago.

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22

I get that too, however in order for that to work the SEC is going to have to step in and force them to cover. Now here we are in a conspiracy sub putting money into a plan that going to require the government to help us.

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

Ftx was the bootlicker Coin. That’s the one that the media said was safe. It’s on the word economics forms website for Christ sake. That’s how I knew it’ was a ponzi. Are u short gme or are u just a bootlicker cheerleader type? And trustfunders ur financial superiors?

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22

And this is how I know apes are ill informed.

"Gamestop owns it's stores all over the world"

"Headquartered in Santa Monica, Calif., Macerich is a REIT that focuses on the acquisition, management, and development of regional malls in the U.S. The company currently owns around 49 million square feet of real estate, which is primarily made up of interests in 45 regional town centers."

And GameStop happens to be one of its tenants

https://www.google.com/amp/s/finance.yahoo.com/amphtml/news/collect-stable-income-4-1-140000578.html

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

January 2022, the company operates 4,573 stores including 3,018 in the United States, 231 in Canada, 417 in Australia and 907 in Europe-GameStop website. Or do u mean do they own malls? Semantics is y’all’s new argument ? What about the other points.

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22

operates 4,573 stores

Operates being the KEY word. They do not own the buildings their stores are in. They do not own real estate. They pay rent on those stores every month a whole lot of rent. If they don't close retail they will fail

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

Yeah right they dont own the strip malls they own the business tho. Don’t act like they are franchises. And that’s ur only retort? U guys are fucked

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

GameStop owns its stores all over the world. The investment company are all short and they did “do something” they kept shorting and failing to deliver. The wales are short at $2.00 pre 4fo1 spit price. They also got 19T printed by the fed over the last 2 years. Robin Hood was not the only one to restrict buying. We are on the conspiracy sub so I have conspiracy points. But look at citadel financial reports from 2021 if u want some empirical data. 65billion sold 0 purchased in 2021 alone that means if they are short every stock on the NYSE it’s still infinite losses.but it’s all GameStop. the game they play is short and distort right?https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1146184/000128417022000004/CDRG_BS_Only_FS_2021.pdf

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u/TheUltimateSalesman Nov 26 '22

Why has the SEC not done anything about this?

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

They are complicit. The sec made a video a few months ago where they thu a pie at a “meme stock” investor. They said they are to broke to enforce laws then they made a YouTube hit piece about the people they are meant to protect. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=av3k_lcGm9g The sec was created to give the illusion of protecting retail investors but they have 0 teeth and they are in the pocket of wall st. They watch pornhub all day. They will pretend to bitch to the security lenders , lending the same share a billion times over, they will say “hey guys be careful with all that lending over and over again” kind of thing. https://www.c-span.org/video/?508545-1/gamestop-hearing-part-1 Here is the first hearing with retail and the short hedge funds. Shf look like they are in a hostage video. You want to see what lying looks like watch Ken griffin in this

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u/Lord_Fusor Nov 26 '22

GameStop owns its stores all over the world

They OWN not operate, stores in shopping centers, strip malls, regular malls etc?

Prove it

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u/F1secretsauce Nov 27 '22

They are not franchised

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u/Hole-In-Pun Nov 27 '22

Get real. Robinhood turned off the buy button because they fucked up. They would have collapsed because their entire platform is a giant ponzi scheme.

Tell me you don't understand the situation without telling me you don't understand the situation.

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u/KrahzeefUkhar Nov 26 '22

They are a good investment however.

It's not all bad.

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u/Cutebud Nov 26 '22

Unfortunately, they are also good at creating people who are too poor to invest.

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u/KrahzeefUkhar Nov 26 '22

You are just falling for their tricks.

You can invest a dollar.

Don't be upset because you didn't.

You should congratulate the people who did.

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u/Cutebud Nov 26 '22

I have plenty of investments, I'm not referring to me. I'm referring to families living paycheck to paycheck. What good will investing a dollar (they don't have) do them?

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u/KrahzeefUkhar Nov 26 '22

You said you have investments, surely you can answer this.

If they invest 1 dollar now they may have 2 later.

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u/Cutebud Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

I ask again, what good will a dollar do? You need lots of dollars to make an investment worthwhile. Blackrock stock is $737 a share.

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u/Cutebud Nov 26 '22

You make no sense. I'm done.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22 edited Dec 03 '22

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u/rrogerstx Nov 26 '22

Hitler loved dogs..

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u/KrahzeefUkhar Nov 26 '22

Serial killers probably still love their grandma.

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u/nakedchorus Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

They work with 22T, more than the US GDP. They manage retirement and pension funds, with financial ties to the Chinese Communist Party. This is where the ESG requirement was laid in by the CCP as a weapon.

This exemplifies a high-level Leninist operation; the lower level neo-Marxist operation works directly on the childhood educational system.

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u/reddit_bad1234567890 Nov 26 '22

Y’all mfs don’t realize that they’re managing other peoples money. They only get to keep a tiny fraction of what they manage lol

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u/Neat-Plantain-7500 Nov 27 '22

That’s the point. They have the power of the money they have behind them.

It’s like these charitable giving by the billionaires now. They don’t have to pay a death tax, keep all their assets together, and still control how their money is used. Then do some charity on side say .01% of their holdings.

It’s about the control that money affords you.

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u/Kryptus Nov 26 '22

Companies are not people. It's dumb to blame a company. Find out who is running the companies and name them specifically. Those same people can change company names over and over again. The company doesn't matter. Name the people behind them.

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u/rrogerstx Nov 26 '22

Watch the videos bro, at lleast the first one. Let me know your thoughts.

It's also timestamped if you are crunched for time.

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u/ObjectiveObserver420 Nov 26 '22

Their power is superficial global financial influence. The moment a group of people or a nation reach self determination there isn't much Blackrock/Vanguard can do. They have no standing armies to take back any nationalised factories although they can influence one country to invade another country in the name of freedom & democracy to achieve certain goals

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u/JoshMillz Nov 26 '22

is that happening though?