Blackrock is buying every single family house they can find, paying 20-50% above asking price and outbidding normal home buyers

Thanks definitely going to check this out...

Unfortunately whether by design or simply by coercion - any populist movement either ends up neutered or Pro Israel and Open borders. I have lost count of the number of times a populist movement or politician has been elected only to become the same old story- a cabinet/office filled with (((experts))) advising him to to the opposite of why he was elected.

Silicon valley started off quasi libertarian and free speech - 'those in power' saw they were losing narrative control and quickly corrected it. I can't think of a mainstream institution that hasn't been comprised. At this point change will only come from without. They are too greedy and stupid to realize it but they have undermined faith in all public institutions to the point that one day they are going to find the system that supported them is no longer there...
Fash The Nation has done a lot of shows on Blackrock and other Wall Street firms strong arming the CCP and taking over their banks. We need to put the silly notion that the CCP is a legit threat to bed. The CCP has become nothing more than a fake opposition to the banking elite, much like the GOP is in the USA. This was the latest show where they cover it in far greater detail than any other source I have heard. BTW, if your political source claims the CCP is your enemy, then turn it off.

https://therightstuff.biz/2021/05/23/ftn-409-reload-the-dip/
 

DanielH

Pelican
Fash The Nation has done a lot of shows on Blackrock and other Wall Street firms strong arming the CCP and taking over their banks. We need to put the silly notion that the CCP is a legit threat to bed. The CCP has become nothing more than a fake opposition to the banking elite, much like the GOP is in the USA. This was the latest show where they cover it in far greater detail than any other source I have heard. BTW, if your political source claims the CCP is your enemy, then turn it off.

https://therightstuff.biz/2021/05/23/ftn-409-reload-the-dip/
That's concerning, because although I'm no fan of China, they were (at least prior to now in my mind,) the main opponent of the globohomo one world government.
 
That's concerning, because although I'm no fan of China, they were (at least prior to now in my mind,) the main opponent of the globohomo one world government.
Well, you can research where Mao came from and who supported him and you have to really question if the CCP was ever a true opponent of globohomo.

But whether it was at one time a true opponent of globohomo or not is not a debate I think is worthwhile. As of June 2021, you can see former CCP owned banks being bought up by Blackrock financial and other Wall Street firms. The one thing Trump did accomplish was the Chinese trade embargos which forced the CCP to open up their banking industry to foreign investment. And now Blackrock is buying up Chinese investments so heavily that they plan to be 50% invested in China within 5 years. And Blackrock is HUGE, in the trillions of dollars in controlled assets. And they are only one of many Wall Street firms doing this.

Also, in another episode, Fash The Nation does a deeper dive into the Belt and Road initiative and why Wall Street is so hyperfocused on it. Basically it is allowing China, and thus the Wall Street bankers who own China, to buy up all of Africa for pennies on the dollar.
 

budoslavic

Owl
Gold Member
Here are 9 fascinating facts to know about BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager popping up in the Biden administration
(Jan. 8, 2021)
  • The world's biggest fund manager, BlackRock, has become an increasingly influential player in Washington, DC.
  • The firm's global head of sustainable investing is set to head Biden's National Economic Council, and a former advisor to BlackRock Chief Executive Larry Fink will serve as a top official at Treasury.
  • Meanwhile BlackRock's global chief investment strategist, who worked in the Obama administration before joining the firm, is going to be chief economic advisor to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
BlackRock, the world's largest investment manager, has become an increasingly influential Wall Street player in Washington, DC as a poster child of the revolving door between finance and politics.

The firm has hired notable policy-makers over the years, and two executives with the New York-based asset manager on their resumes are now set to hold prominent roles in President-elect Joe Biden's cabinet.

BlackRock investment executive Brian Deese is set to head Biden's National Economic Council, effectively serving as his top advisor on economic matters. Biden has also tapped Adewale "Wally" Adeyemo, a former chief of staff to BlackRock chief executive and longtime Democrat Larry Fink, to serve as a top official at the Treasury Department.

Meanwhile Michael Pyle, BlackRock's global chief investment strategist who had worked in the Obama administration before joining the firm, is going to be chief economic advisor to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.

But unlike Goldman Sachs, a household brand name synonymous with executives leaving finance to go shape public policy, BlackRock isn't as well-known to people outside the investment industry.

Here's a rundown of fast facts you need to know about the firm.

1. BlackRock controls $7.8 trillion, making it the largest money manager in the world.

BlackRock manages a staggering $7.8 trillion in other people's money. That's more than the gross domestic product of every country in the world, except for the US and China.

For its largesse in investment management, it's a new firm by Wall Street institution standards. BlackRock was founded in 1988 by Fink, who also serves as the chairman, and seven others, including BlackRock President Robert Kapito and Vice Chairman Barbara Novick.

BlackRock's makes most of its money handling investments for outside clients, mostly institutions like public pension plans, endowments, and foundations.

As of September, 60% of its overall assets under management are for institutional investors, most of which is products linked to stock markets. It also has a $222 billion alternative investments business, managing products like private equity, private credit, and hedge funds.

2. It runs a massive technology platform that oversees at least $21.6 trillion in assets.

In 1999, BlackRock started selling Aladdin, which analyses and tracks investors' portfolios, which can help professional money managers spot risks. Today, it is a juggernaut widely used in the money management industry and beyond.

One of the definitive descriptions of Aladdin and all its connections, a February report in the Financial Times, detailed its sheer scale:

"Vanguard and State Street Global Advisors, the largest fund managers after BlackRock, are users, as are half the top 10 insurers by assets, as well as Japan's $1.5tn government pension fund, the world's largest. Apple, Microsoft, and Google's parent firm, Alphabet — the three biggest US public companies — all rely on the system to steward hundreds of billions of dollars in their corporate treasury investment portfolios."

In February, $21.6 trillion in assets sat on the platform from just a third of its 240 clients, the FT reported, citing public documents verified with the companies and first-hand accounts. Firms try to replicate it as a product, but none have been able to do so at the same scale.

4. The firm played a significant role in aiding the Federal Reserve this year.

The FMA unit, which is effectively BlackRock's consulting arm, separate from its investment management operations, had a significant role to play in the US government's coronavirus pandemic response this year.

In March, the Federal Reserve picked the FMA division to handle an emergency asset-purchasing program. There was no process where other asset managers could have bid for the job, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

After an analyst said on an April earnings call that investors viewed BlackRock's mandate as a "bailout" for his firm or the exchange-traded fund industry broadly, Fink called the question "insulting."

5. The Federal Reserve tapped BlackRock during the last financial crisis, too.

The investment manager had been there before, defending its connection to the Federal Reserve. During the global financial crisis of 2007-2009, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York asked BlackRock's FMA division to handle assets of Bear Stearns and AIG, both on the verge of collapsing.

"They have access to information when the Federal Reserve will try to sell securities, and what price they will accept. And they have intricate financial relations with people across the globe," Republican Senator Chuck Grassley told the New York Times at the time. "The potential for a conflict of interest is great and it is just very difficult to police."

BlackRock has emphasized that the division handling Fed mandates, the FMA, is distinct from its core money management business to prevent conflicts.
 
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And what's incredibly frustrating is that white leftists are completely on-board with it. They don't want to own things. They don't want the responsibility of owning things. Literal manchildren begging the parenthesis clan to be their daddies.

Which is proof that what America really needs most right now is physical hardship. Men need to harden up, gird up their testicles, and start taking more responsibility. Embrace responsibility, rather than flee from it. But as long as men are permitted to be manchildren, they will not. Only hard times can fix that.

When people are under the spell of the Prince of this World. Why be surprised?

Its no different from the clapping seals applauding the Antichrist in the end times.
 
The used car market is also in disarray. Supply is low and prices are going through the roof because people are flush with stimulus. The system seems to be partially seizing.

In every single metric that the government is supposed to "serve" or "protect" us, they are failing. I rather be under the Italian mafia or Japanese yakuza than what we currently have.

I suppose its back to feudalism. Already happening in Mexico and many other Nations in Latin America under the brutal rule of the Cartels and Street Gangs.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Keep in mind that in China equity doesn't mean the same thing at the US. CCP will still run the show at the end of the day and retains the right to get rid of any executives they like. You can't hostile takeover any chinese based company in the same way that the USA has tolerated hostile takeovers of US based companies.
 

Feyoder

Kingfisher
Yes indeed. I've heard from some in the silicon valley realm, there are start ups there are working on fleets of cars that are self-driving, hence once again no ownership of cars. Of course if you don't bow down to the system, then you won't have a ride.

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Subscription cars. You will own nothing, pay rent on everything, and be happy. Usury on an insane level.
 

Feyoder

Kingfisher

This scumbag lickspittle for the oligarchs just makes me fume--because I know the huge amount of otherwise decent people who are taken in by his shtick (not knowing that he is basically the other side of oligarchic propaganda--designed to rule and enslave you and your children). It's very black stuff but he cloaks himself in this "decency" charade that takes in some conservative Christians. SAD!

He is pure black hearted scum.
 
Keep in mind that in China equity doesn't mean the same thing at the US. CCP will still run the show at the end of the day and retains the right to get rid of any executives they like. You can't hostile takeover any chinese based company in the same way that the USA has tolerated hostile takeovers of US based companies.
No, they literally changed the constitution this year. Blackrock and the Globalist bankers will now run the Chinese banks. The CCP. formed by Wall Street originally, is completely owned by Wall Street. There is no CCP, it is just fake opposition boogie man. Listen to the FTN I posted, they give you all the information, in very deep detail.
 
This scumbag lickspittle for the oligarchs just makes me fume--because I know the huge amount of otherwise decent people who are taken in by his shtick (not knowing that he is basically the other side of oligarchic propaganda--designed to rule and enslave you and your children). It's very black stuff but he cloaks himself in this "decency" charade that takes in some conservative Christians. SAD!

He is pure black hearted scum.
Yeah he appeals to the 'free' market - we are 'artificially preventing them' from buying homes...- kind of like we artificially prop up Israel, or black rock artificially is allowed to print money, and gets its bets covered every time it loses?
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
When a private company denies you entrance into your leased premises, it's totally legal man.
Or denies you transportation rental at the only vehicle rental station in town.
Or denies you entrance into the for-profit health clinic.
Or denies you use of your credit card.

Totally ok, cause its like, a private company, man.
Private companies now trump everything! That's what America was always about, right?
Right???
 
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