It is largely unknown that less than a handful of corporations dominate every aspect of our lives - our food and everything we do and purchase are all dependent on these corporations. Investment companies manage the major flow of money on earth. What do they do with all this money, and why are they hell-bent on subjugating humanity?

First, watch this video by Tim Gielen (Monopoly - Who Owns the World?). By the time you get to the end, you will be appalled at the staggering deception and wool that has been pulled over the world population's eyes. Humans are at our depths a very trusting bunch. You need to be informed about these massive corporate string-pullers who understand human nature far better than most of us.

The Vanguard Group, Inc & Blackrock, Inc

One thing that's certain is that two firms in particular have come to dominate the global financial markets: Vanguard and BlackRock (along with State Street and a handful of others tailing not far behind).

Vanguard was founded in 1975 by John Bogle in Malvern, Pennsylvania, with about $7 trillion in global assets under management, as of January 13, 2021.

BlackRock was founded in 1988, and is the world's largest asset manager, with US$10 trillion in assets under management as of January 2022

Every well-known brand belongs to one of these investment firms who own companies that appear to be competing brands. Watch this eye-opening short video to see how practically all companies in the world are offshoots from Vanguard and Blackrock, shown in many graphics throughout the video.

Everything we purchase is majority-owned by Vanguard and Blackrock

Food, Technology, Travelling (Websites, Airlines, Hotels and Aircraft), Primary Industries (Oil and Gas, Mining), Agriculture and Manufacturing (including Textiles), Tobacco, Pharmaceuticals, Engineering (14 car companies control a combined 54 car brands, Aircraft Manufacturers, Military Industry), Online Marketplaces (Amazon and eBay), Payment systems (Paypal, Visa and MasterCard, Insurance, Banks, Construction), Telephone Companies, Restaurant Chains, Cosmetic Brands.

Corporate Domination and Big-Tech Monopoly

Take the time to read this article from Organic Consumers Association, to see that the two allegedly-competing brands of Pepsi and Coca-Cola are both owned by Vanguard or Blackrock, whilst also owning the greatest shareholdings in each other's companies.

Since the mid-1970s, Vanguard and Blackrock have bought up most companies in the world, thus destroying the competitive market. They have a monopoly. Each company owns a huge majority of the shareholdings in the other company.

From the point of view of Vanguard and Blackrock, there really are no competing brands.

When two companies own everything - choice is an illusion

These corporations are the subject of criticism and controversy, for good reason, as they have far too much power and influence, and prioritise profits over the well-being of their customers and the broader society.

As long as money rules the world, these corporate shareholders run the world. Unfortunately, their plans for humanity are insidious, and the ease with which they are able to fool you comes down to these elitists who own the world are master-psychologists.

They know our inherent empathy and compassion (which they lack), and they use this to manipulate the masses - funnelling us into an ever-narrowing tunnel of restriction until we will need to rely on them for everything (our reward for compliance with their system).

When you come to know the truth, as told particularly in the first video in this article, you cannot forget it. That is a good starting point to draw from within you the courage to resist these imposters on our planet.

Only when we are divided can the Elite retain its power over us.

The greatest fear of the Elite is that we will realise what is really going on on Earth.

And the only way the Elite think they can prevent this from happening is through censorship, preventing human contact, the incessant framing of political opponents or those who think differently, and the use of brute force.

Tim Gielen (Monopoly - Who Owns the World?)

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